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Broadcaster Press 3 April 24, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com SCHOOL LUNCH MENUS Menus listed below are for April 25 – May 1. Menus are subject to change without notice. Vermillion Schools Breakfast Available everyday: Breakfast entrée or choice of cereals with toast. Fruit or Fruit Juice, Milk choices Wednesday – A. Breakfast Pizza, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Pineapple, Juice Choices Thursday – A. Egg & Cheese Biscuit Sandwich, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Peaches, Juice Choices Friday – A. Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Applesauce, Juice Monday – A. French Toast Sticks, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Pineapple, Juice Choices Tuesday – n/a Vermillion Elementary Schools Lunch Wednesday – A. Mexi Tots with Dinner Roll, B. Domino’s Pizza, (Jolley), Cheese Pizza (Austin), Golden Corn Thursday – A. Home-style Goulash and Garlic Bread Stick, B. BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Chili Smothered Baked Potato & Dinner Roll, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Vermillion Middle School Lunch Wednesday – Domino’s Pizza, Golden Corn Thursday – BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie Friday – Chili Smothered Baked Potato & Dinner Roll, Mixed Vegetables Monday – Chicken Fajitas, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Vermillion High School Lunch Wednesday – Chili Smothered Baked Botato & Dinner Roll, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – Epic MD Cheddar Bacon Apple Grilled Cheese, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie Friday – Mexi Tots with Dinner Roll, Domino’s Pizza, Many South Dakota Counties Experience Visitor Spending Growth In 2017 PIERRE, S.D. – In 2017, visitor spending in South Dakota reached $3.85 billion, resulting in $2.59 billion in GDP and more than $290 million in state and local tax revenue. It was the eighth straight year of record growth in the state. A recent analysis shows that more than half of the counties in South Dakota saw an increase in visitor spending over 2016. The detailed analysis, done by Tourism Economics, indicates a majority of visitor activity took place in Minnehaha, Pennington, Lawrence, Brown and Custer counties, making up 66 percent of all visitor spending. While these five counties received the majority of spending from visitors in 2017, more than half of the counties in South Dakota saw an increase over 2016. The counties that experienced the largest year-over-year growth were Sully (8.7 percent), Lincoln (5.9 percent), Hutchinson (5.2 percent), Lake (5.1 percent), and Aurora (4.8 percent). “The impact these visitors have on communities across our state is significant. These visitors come to enjoy the beauty of our open prairies, fish our pristine lakes and abundant rivers, hunt our bountiful fields and stand in awe at our monuments. These visitors support the diners, marinas, hotels and attractions in communities large and small. Tourism is and always will be an incredibly important part of the South Dakota economy,” said James Hagen, Secretary of the Department of Tourism. Along with other industries, the tourism industry felt the indirect effects of a struggling agriculture economy across the Midwest and the decreased discretionary income of households in the region. “Despite local and regional challenges, our visitors return year after year to experience our well-known hospitality and diverse tourism offerings,” said Hagen. “Hospitality workers and residents all go out of their way to welcome visitors, and that’s what sets us apart from our competition,” continued Hagen. To view the full Tourism Economics County and Region Level Impact Report, visit www.SDVisit.com. The South Dakota Department of Tourism is comprised of Tourism and the South Dakota Arts Council. The department is led by Secretary James Hagen. appy Ads H Golden Corn Monday – Chicken Fajitas, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Sticks, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Pineapple, Juice Choices Tuesday – n/a St.Agnes School Lunch Wednesday – A. Mexi Tots with Dinner Roll, B. Domino’s Pizza, Golden Corn Thursday – A. Home-style Goulash and Garlic Bread Stick, B. BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Chili Smothered Baked Potato & Dinner Roll, B. Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Elk Point-Jefferson Elementary School Lunch Wednesday – A. Chili Smothered Baked Potato & Dinner Roll, B. Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – A. Home-style Goulash and Garlic Bread Stick, B. BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Bean & Beef Burrito, B. Pizza, Golden Corn Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Elk Point-Jefferson Breakfast Wednesday – A. Breakfast Pizza, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Pineapple, Juice Choices Thursday – A. Egg & Cheese Biscuit Sandwich, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Sliced Peaches, Juice Choices Friday – A. Fresh Baked Cinnamon Roll, B. Cereal Choices and Toast, Applesauce, Juice Monday – A. French Toast Elk Point-Jefferson Middle School Lunch Wednesday - A. Chili Smothered Baked Potato & Dinner Roll, B. Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – A. Home-style Goulash and Garlic Bread Stick, B. BBQ Rib Sandwich, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie Friday – A. Bean & Beef Burrito, B. Pizza, Golden Corn Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Elk Point-Jefferson High School Lunch Wednesday Wednesday - A. Chili Smothered Baked Potato & Dinner Roll, B. Crispy Chicken Sandwich, Mixed Vegetables Thursday – A. Home-style Goulash and Garlic Bread Stick, B.Epic Meltdown Cheddar Bacon Apple Grilled Cheese, Green Beans, Sugar Cookie A. Bean & Beef Burrito, B. Pizza, Golden Corn Monday – A. Chicken Fajitas, B. Corn Dog, Refried Beans Tuesday – n/a Irene-Wakonda School Breakfast Available every day: Breakfast entrée or Choice of cereals w/toast, Fruit, Milk Choices Wednesday – Waffles, Fruit, Milk Choices Thursday – Sausage Pancake Stick, Fruit, Milk Choices Friday – No School Monday – Dutch Waffle, Fruit, Milk Choices Tuesday – n/a Irene-Wakonda Elementary School Lunch Wednesday – A. Sloppy Joe, B. Hot Dog on Bun, French Fries Thursday – A. Mac & Cheese w/Bread, B. Taco Quesadillas, Sidekicks Frozen Juice Cup Friday – No School Monday – A. Cheesy Chicken Penne, B. Stuffed Crust Pizza, Peas Tuesday – n/a Irene-Wakonda Middle & High School Lunch Wednesday – A. Sloppy Joe, B. Hot Dog on Bun, French Fries, C. Italian Sub, French Fires Thursday – A. Mac & Cheese w/Bread, B. Taco Quesadillas, C. Ham & Cheese Sub, Sidekicks Frozen Juice Cup Friday – No School Monday – A. Cheesy Chicken Penne, B. Stuffed Crust Pizza, C. Ham & Cheese Sub, Peas Tuesday – n/a Dakota Senior Meals Served at The Main Street Center & Town Square, “Meals on Wheels”. Please call before 9:00am to schedule or cancel a meal at 624-7868. Menus listed below are April 25 – May 1. Menus are subject to change without notice. All menus are served with whole grain bread and 1% milk unless otherwise noted. Wednesday – 3oz Liver & Onions, 1/2c Company Potatoes, 1/2c Parslied Carrots, 1/2c Fruit Cocktail Thursday – 3oz Roast Turkey, 1/2c Baked Sweet Potato, 1/2c Creamed Peas, Orange, Cookie Friday – 3oz Baked Cod, 182c Oven Brown Potatoes, 1/2c Parslied Carrots, 1/2c Pineapple Chunks Monday – 3oz Roast Pork, 1/2c Mashed Potatoes, & Gravy, 1/2c Harvard Beets, 1/2c Cooked Apples Tuesday – 3oz Ham Loaf, Baked Potato, 1/2c Carrots, 1/2c Strawberries w/whipped Topping Cool And Wet Spring Slowing Down Planting Season 2018 this time. tions, ideal soil temperatures for corn April Climate Outlook are above 50 degrees Fahrenheit. According to the National Oceanic Currently, the SD Mesonet is measuring Atmospheric Administration Climate 30 to 48 degrees Fahrenheit at 4-inch Outlook, April 2018 will be slow to depth. This is about 12 degrees cooler warm and looks to continue the curthan last year at this time for most rent cool and wet pattern. locations. The weather has proven to be most For spring wheat germination, ideal challenging for South Dakota's livesoil temperature is around 40 degrees Fahrenheit, so even that crop is slow to stock producers who are in the midst of calving and lambing. Wildlife have get planted this year in many areas. also suffered. Gardening "In the long run, the additional A lot of gardeners are asking when moisture will be beneficial for improvthe last frost will occur. ing drought conditions in pastures and Although average last frost ranges grazing areas, and providing early seafrom late April to mid-May, moving from east to west across the state; this son soil moisture in cropping areas," Edwards said. growing season Edwards said an exact She added, "Spring-like weather will date is not clear. come, as it always does, and we will "The climate outlook through April embrace the warm weather." 24, continues to show a cool and wet pattern across the state, transitioning to warmer and drier conditions the last few days of the month," Edwards said. Let Our Family She said the Business Keep Yours active storm track will likely In The Go With: continue during BROOKINGS, S.D. - Spring is slow to come this year, as late season snowstorms continue to impact South Dakota. "Indeed, as of April 10, this is currently the coldest start to April on record for many locations in the state," said Laura Edwards, SDSU Extension State Climatologist. She explained that during the first third of the month, air temperatures were 12 to 20 degrees below average nearly everywhere statewide. Crop planting It will come as no surprise that soil temperatures are struggling this season. Although most of Central and Southern areas are thawed out through the profile, Northern and Eastern areas still have some frost in the soil profile. According to the SD Mesonet, as of April 10, frost depth was still 2 to 4-feet deep in the Northeast. "As we are entering into the early season for corn planting, per the crop insurance rules, we have a little way to go before the soils are ready for corn seeds," Edwards said. 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