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8 Broadcaster Press May 1, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com State 4-H Leaders Sponsor Financial Assistance BROOKINGS, S.D. - The South Dakota 4-H Leader's Association annually sponsors financial assistance for youth wanting to attend 4-H summer camp programs. "The South Dakota 4-H Leaders are proud to sponsor these scholarships each year. The yearly camps allow youth to meet new friends, experience new culture, learn new things, and have a lot of fun," said Donna Bittiker, SDSU Extension State 4-H Program Director. The many opportunities include: 4-H Camp at Lake Poinsett; 4-H camp at Camp Bob Marshall near Custer; Performing Arts Camp in Aberdeen and the Teen Leadership Conference in Brookings. Thanks to the generous support of the South Dakota 4-H Leader's Association 4-H members can apply for $25 in financial assistance to attend 4-H Camp at Lake Poinsett or Bob Marshall or $50 for participation in Teen Leadership Conference or Performing Arts Camp. When 4-H members apply for scholarships, they agree to share their camp experiences with one local group if they attend 4-H Camp or two local groups if they attend Teen Leadership Camp or Performing Arts participants. "Participants can share their 4-H club or a civic group," Bittiker explained. Participants will receive their scholarship after they submit their application. Scholarship application details Scholarship application forms are due by December 31, 2018. Forms can be found online. The registration deadlines for the summer opportunities are drawing near. Please follow these steps: Step 1: Register for the 2018 camp and pay the full camp fee. Step 2: Attend camp Step 3: Tell a group about camp •For the $25 4-H Camp scholarship one group •For the $50 Teen Leadership Camp or Performing Arts Camp scholarship, two groups. Step 4: Complete the camp assistance/ scholarship application form complete with necessary signatures and submit to the South Dakota 4-H Leaders Association. Step 5: All youth who complete all steps will receive scholarship within 2 weeks of its receipt. The South Dakota 4-H Leaders Association raises these funds for scholarships through two State Fair dances held Saturday and Sunday night during S.D. State Fair and through the sale of 4-H attire at the Leaders Booth in Nordby Hall during State Fair. Both of these activities receive volunteer assistance from many of the 4-H leaders and parents throughout the state. For The Summer Reading Challenge By First Lady Linda Daugaard Now that it is starting to feel a little more like spring, students are looking forward to summer. The family vacations, camping trips, picnics and baseball games will soon begin and our children will get a well-deserved break from their studies. One thing students should not take a break from, though, is reading. When I was a librarian, I came to realize just how crucial reading is to child development and learning. Children who read regularly tend to be better writers and speakers. Unfortunately, as a nation we haven’t been performing very well in reading. In 2017, only 47 percent of American students who took the ACT met the Reading Benchmark. Knowing that nothing inspires like a little competition, I’m issuing a challenge to students across the state. I’m calling on schools to participate in the Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge, which is a free, 18-week online reading program designed to help students turn the “summer slide” into a “summer leap.” Next school year, the Governor and I will visit the school that logs the most Scholastic summer reading minutes and present that school with the winning plaque. The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge is open to students in all 50 states. To participate, students must be registered by a teacher, public librarian or community organization leader. Once registered, students can begin logging their summer reading minutes. Students can unlock digital rewards as they complete weekly reading challenges. Last year, for the second year in a row, Castlewood Elementary School logged the most minutes in South Dakota. I hope Castlewood will compete again this year. I also hope many other schools will join the competition and give them a run for their money! Summer reading is very important. Whether or not they participate in the Scholastic Summer Reading challenge, Dennis and I hope students across the state will find a good book to enjoy this summer. We’re looking forward to reading some new books too! To learn more about the reading challenge, visit scholastic.com/summer/home/. South Dakota Veterans Bonus PIERRE, S.D. – If you served with the Armed Forces any time after Aug. 2, 1990, or are currently active duty military, the State of South Dakota and South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs want to say thank you! The Department administers a bonus program for those who were legal residents of the state for no less than six months prior to their active duty service and who meet other qualifications. In the past 14 years, the department has made bonus payments of up to $500 to more than 9,400 service mem- 2 Bedroom Single Story Home At In Centerville SD Tuesday evening, May 15th • 6:30pm bers for their active duty service after Jan. 1, 1993, through today. Since 2005, bonus awards have also been made to over 880 service members activated from Aug. 2, 1990, to Dec. 31, 1992. Bonus payments cannot be paid for Active Duty for training. Read more about the state’s Armed Forces bonus under the “Benefits” tab on the Department website at http:// vetaffairs.sd.gov, contact your local county or tribal veterans service office, or call the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs at 605-773-7251. PIERRE, S.D. -- Every year on May 1 – May Day – the South Dakota State Historical Society encourages historical societies, archives, museums and libraries to spend some time preparing their organization in the event of a disaster. The day is meant to remind heritage organizations to be prepared for a disaster and to take the initiative to plan some activities that may help their organizations in the event of an emergency. If an organization needs assistance with preparing an emergency preparedness plan they are encouraged to contact the State Historical Book 65HOUSE: OPEN Since 1934 Home consists of 2 bedrooms, living/dining room Sudoku #1 9 8 combination divided by collinades; full2 bath, 7 5 3 4 1 8 9 6 kitchen, enclosed front entrance, handicapped 9rear 3 entrance; 4 2 8 1 7 5 6 5 4 6 9 2 7 3 4 8 1 and hot unfinished basement with natural gas furnace 5 7 5 6 2 1 8 3 9 4 water heater. 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Cole has extensive experience in behavioral health leadership and state psychiatric hospital administration, and is passionate about serving individuals with behavioral health needs. Cole is slated to start his position on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. “We are excited to have Ken join our team, and I am confident he has the skills and qualifications necessary to lead the hospital,” said state Department of Social Services Secretary Lynne Valenti. “His knowledge and background working with state psychiatric hospitals will be an asset to HSC. Cole has a Masters of Public Administration degree and is currently the director of operations for the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE)Mental Health Program in Colorado. In this position, he has led technical assistance and program evaluation projects for various state psychiatric hospitals and state mental health agencies. Prior to his role at WICHE, Cole worked for the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health and was responsible for the management of Colorado’s two state psychiatric hospitals. HSC is a licensed in-patient state psychiatric hospital and chemical dependency treatment facility which provides services for acute, psychiatric rehabilitation, geriatric and adolescent patients. The hospital is located in Yankton, S.D., and has been providing care to the people of South Dakota since 1879. Since January 2018, Steve Lindquist has been serving as the interim administrator at HSC. Lindquist previously served as the HSC hospital administrator from 1989 to 1997, and most recently was the assistant vice president for Behavioral Health at Avera McKennan Behavioral Health in Sioux Falls. South Dakota State Historical Society Participates In May Day Activities 721 Florida Street, Centerville SD Thursday,#565: Answers6-7pm May 3rd • Sudoku Book additional information please visit http:// www.southdakota4hleaders.com/. Questions, contact Susan Karels, SD 4-H Leaders Association President and Grant County 4-H Leader by email. More about South Dakota 4-H SDSU Extension's 4-H Youth Development Program is a partnership of federal (USDA), state (Land Grant University), and county resources through youth outreach activities of SDSU Extension. Youth learn and experience Leadership, Health and Wellness, Science and Ag-Vocacy through a network of professional staff and volunteers reaching more than 9,000 enrolled members with yearly programming efforts to an additional 35,000 youth participants. To learn more, contact your local SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor. A complete listing can be found at iGrow under Field Staff LIsting. 7 9 6 4 2 1 9 3 7 6 5 8 1 3 7 5 4 6 8 9 8 8 1 2 3 1 8 © 2008 KrazyDad.com 8 2 9 3 8 1 6 5 7 4 2 3 1 Surplus Property Sale 1 ch BOOK 65 #6 su do ku 3 6 © 2008 KrazyDad.com check next Tuesday’s paper for 2 7 the solution to today’s puzzle. int BOOK 65 #6 3 5 5 5 2 9 4 Society-Archives at 605-773-3804 or archref@state.sd.us. “Preparing an emergency preparedness plan or training staff to respond to different scenarios may seem daunting, but dedicating a little time on May 1 may make a difference if an emergency does happen,” said Chelle (pronounced SHELL-ee) Somsen, South Dakota state archivist. “Examples of activities that can be done on May Day include updating the contact list for staff, checking to make sure the fire extinguishers and smoke detectors are working, surveying the building for risks or conducting a disaster drill.” On May Day, the State Archives staff will update their response plans and check the batteries on their flashlights to ensure they are working correctly. State Historical Society staff are updating the emergency preparedness plan to correct any outdated information. “These are actions that we can take without the whole process becoming overwhelming,” Somsen said. For more information, contact the State Historical Society-Archives at 605-773-3804 or archref@state.sd.us. State Archives hours are 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CDT MondayFriday and the first Saturday of most months. 4 9 The University of South Dakota will be offering for sale bookshelves, dryers, floor cleaning machines, kitchen cabinets with countertops Friday May 11, 2018 from 9am to 4pm Location of the sale is at the USD Quonset located north of the Dakota Dome on Hwy 50, next to the Vucurevich Day Care Center. Any questions call 605.677-5669 Terms of Sale: Cash Only, NO Checks
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