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Broadcaster Press 3 May 29, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com National Guard Team Honored During Deployment Ceremony to welcome back these outstanding Soldiers," said Reisch. "Congratulations to Capt. Francisco and Sgt. 1st Class Thorne for bringing everybody home safe." Lt. Gov. Michels also praised the team's leadership and also thanked the Soldiers for the worked they did in Syria. "I want to thank all of you in this unit for building bridges, and I don't mean the physical type," Michels said. "There are a lot of bridges that are built with coalition forces, with people who are natives, who understand now our country through a different lens, not some sort of a media prism. "It's by building bridges, literally, so we can have coalition forces support individuals who yearn for freedom... for people that all they want to do is live their dreams," Michels continued. "Freedom wins, freedom overcomes and it's because of the dedication of all of you PIERRE, S.D. - Fifteen Soldiers from the South Dakota Army National Guard's 200th Engineer Company were honored during a homecoming ceremony in Pierre, May 19. Hundreds of family members, friends and community supporters assembled at the T.F. Riggs High School auditorium to welcome home the Soldiers who served for nine-months in Syria. The Soldiers served as a bridge training team where they emplaced and repaired bridges throughout the region to ensure freedom of movement for U.S. military and coalition forces. State and local government leaders to include Lt. Gov. Matt Michels, Pierre Mayor Steve Harding and Maj. Gen. Tim Reisch, SDNG adjutant general, spoke to the 200th and their family members during the ceremony. "What a great day it is to be in Pierre who are willing to build those bridges. "The governor and I are so honored, as just regular people, to stand on the shoulders of all of you in this unit, and others, who have served proudly so that we can live our dreams and have them come true," Michels ended. The bridge team's commander, Capt. Mark Francisco, spoke of the Soldiers being ready for this deployment and a successful completion of their mission. "Ten months ago I stood before you and told you that we were ready. And, of course, like any other South Dakota National Guard unit, we were," Francisco said, during the ceremony. "We've had vast accomplishments, but the greatest has been the readiness to embark on such an endeavor. "It all starts with readiness at home," he continued. "It begins with the Soldiers and their support network and moves on $30.7 Million More To Support Education By Gov. Dennis Daugaard If you’ve ever taken a course on psychology, you have probably heard of the marshmallow test. The social experiment was first initiated at Stanford in the 1960s and it involves sitting a child in a room by themselves with a marshmallow. If the child can refrain from eating the marshmallow for 15 minutes, they are then rewarded with a second marshmallow. The study found that, for the most part, the kids who were willing to wait for the second marshmallow went on to achieve better outcomes in life. I can’t speak to whether the science behind the study is sound – or claim that I would have held off for that second marshmallow as a child – but there is no doubting the power of delayed gratification and the rewards it can bring. That’s true for us as a state as well, and the reason why we recently received payments totaling $30.7 million that will go toward education. to the readiness throughout the unit." In July, the team members left for Fort Bliss, Texas, and a few weeks later they were in Syria building bridges - successfully building two major bridges within the first three weeks of being in theater. During the team's deployment, the unit emplaced eight bridges, conducted 78 bridge inspections, and completed 49 bridge repairs, to name a few. The Soldiers conducted 57 missions outside the protection of their base, totaled over 600 mission hours and traveled more than 8,500 miles throughout Syria. "I'm very proud of the job you did over there," Reisch said. "You added to the great legacy of the South Dakota National Guard. Thank God for the safe return of these Soldiers and continue to pray for all the Soldiers and Airmen we have deployed and all our service members around the world." State Fair Centennial Stage Seeks South Dakota Talent The South Dakota State Fair and entertainer Sherwin Linton are in search of guest entertainers for one of Linton’s fifteen shows on the AARP Centennial Stage during the 2018 South Dakota State amendment directed any expected to continue Fair, which runs Aug. 30 through Sept. 3. Those interested in being proceeds from the MSA for future generations. considered should send information to the South Dakota State Fair to the Education EnMeanwhile, other states office. The AARP Centennial Stage features South Dakota musicians hancement Trust Fund. have spent their tobacco and entertainers as opening acts for each of Linton’s shows. The South Dakota funds or are receiving “We are now inviting South Dakota talent to submit CDs, DVDs, Investment Council MSA payments that are photos and bios for consideration to be included as a guest on the invests the assets of the declining. When this 2018 AARP Centennial Stage,” stated Sherwin Linton. “We welcome trust. State law allows $30.7 million is fully real- people of all ages and skill levels to submit.” Materials can be sent to: a 4 percent distribution ized in the trust distribuSouth Dakota State Fair from the trust fund to the tion formula, it will proAttn: AARP Centennial Stage general fund each year, vide more than $1 million 1060 3rd Street SW without invading princiin additional ongoing Huron, SD 57350 pal, to support education support for education in The 2018 South Dakota State Fair will run from Thursday, Aug. in South Dakota. future years. 30, through Monday, Sept. 3. Channel Seeds Preview Day will be Since 2003, more I am grateful for all of Wednesday, Aug. 29. This year’s theme is “Experience the Magic.” than $220 million has the Investment Council’s For more information on State Fair events, contact the fair office at been distributed from hard work and that South 800.529.0900, visit sdstatefair.com or find us on Facebook or Twitter. the trust fund to supDakota is comprised of Agriculture is a major contributor to South Dakota’s economy, port education. During individuals willing to for- generating $25.6 billion in annual economic activity and employing the Great Recession, the Save $30 on a Summer ACover 115,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agrigo an immediate benefit Tune-Up! culture's mission is to promote, protect and preserve South Dakota market value of the trust to gain even more later. agriculture for today and tomorrow. Visit us online at sdda.sd.gov or fund dropped below In this case, the second $270 million. Today, the marshmallow was really find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The majority of the funds came from previously disputed tobacco payments that have been held in an escrow account since 2004 regarding the enforcement of the tobacco Master Settlement Agreement. The Master Settlement Agreement (MSA) was an accord between 46 states and the major cigarette manufacturers in 1998, which provides yearly payments to participating states. Some states securitized their MSA payments through issuing bonds to receive large upfront sums of cash and forgo their future payments. In many cases, states spent this one-time cash many years ago, on budget deficits or capital projects, and it is gone. In South Dakota, we took a different approach. In 2001, the citizens passed an amendment to the South Dakota Constitution with a 72 percent “yes” vote to create the Education Enhancement Trust Fund. 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