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4 Broadcaster Press 1820 Give Aways FREE: Kittens 6-7 weeks old, litter box trained, tuxedo, grey and black in color. Call 605553-5182. 1850 Agriculture Wanted: Round and big square bales of grass and alfalfa hay. Old and new hay. 605-957-4752. June 19, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com 4-H Volunteer Launches Kids In The Kitchen WE HAVE SEVERAL CREWS OF BEAN WALKERS. We do any type of farm work including cutting cedar trees. Put up fence and tear down fence. 24 years' experience. For more information call 712-943-2084, Cell 712-251-3277. By Lura Roti for SDSU Extension Breakfast for 11-year-old Abby Christensen isn't coming from a cold cereal box this morning. Instead, she cracks a few eggs into dish, beats them and pours the mixture into a skillet. Once the 1870 Ag Equipment eggs are the right consistency, she adds ham, folds the edges over Strip Till: Custom coulter dethe filling and sprinkles the omelet sign. Any row machines. 1015hp per row. Tills 7” wide, 2- with cheese. 4” deep at 6-9mph. 308-550"It feels good being able to 0370. cook on my own because I can 1875 Livestock - Poultry make whatever I want, like this omelet or French toast - some2 Year old Virgin Angus Bulls times I even make a meal for my grandson of Traveler 124 & family," explains the Bennett grandsons of Rido 7075. Call County sixth grader. Bierema Angus 605-661-5624. Although she has played the For Sale by private treaty reg- role of sous chef to her mom, istered Black Angus 2-year-old Amy, since she was a toddler, and yearling bulls from AI. Bred for performance, calving Christensen's confidence in cookease, maternal traits and docili- ing for herself is due in large part ty. Call John Schieffer 605- to Kids in the Kitchen. 661-8531 or Marnie Schieffer Kids in the Kitchen is a weekly, 605-661-8526. school-year program held in the Purebred Angus Bulls and Herford Bulls, yearling and 2yr. Home Economics kitchen of BenOld, bred for calving ease and nett County High School. When carcass quality. O'Brien Angus, school lets out at 4 p.m., Abby and Tilden, NE. 402-368-2195 or about 15 to 20 of her peers gather 402-649-1327. www.obrienanto prepare a meal together under gusfarms.weebly.com the guidance of 4-H volunteers, like her mom, Amy and Tauna Ireland. The purpose of the weekly 4-H event is to empower youth, like Abby, with the skills necessary to prepare meals, from scratch, for themselves at home, explains Ireland. "If you have food in your home, The Summer Food Program at but don't know what to do with Jolley Elementary will be serv- it, it doesn't do you any good," ing lunch Monday through Friday says Ireland, who came up with from May 29th to July 27th the idea for Kids in the Kitchen from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. This meal is FREE to anyone 18 after witnessing hungry youth or younger. For more attending an afterschool program information call 677-7000. at her church just for the meal. "If kids need food, I feel like that is a basic need. If people aren't fed, you can't feed their spirit; so, I thought, why not teach them how to cook so they can feed themselves." Kids are welcome to make messes in this kitchen It was fall 2015 when Ireland came up with the idea. She was grieving the recent loss of her mom, Ria Hatch, who she says inspired her to make the idea a reality. "She was always looking out for the 'least of these.' If she knew someone was hungry, she would have fed them.'" Ireland adds that her mom was instrumental in teaching her to cook. "She encouraged us to cook. She let us make messes and experiment," says Ireland, who has 11 siblings. "I remember, she let me make divinity as a 10-year-old." By September 2016, Ireland was leading the first Kids in the Kitchen program. She began by promoting the program to fourth and fifth graders, selecting some kid-friendly recipes and, with funds she and her husband, Brent, set aside from their monthly budget, purchasing equipment and ingredients. At first, the group met in her church's kitchen, but soon outgrew the space. She reached out to the Bennett County Principal, Nick Redden, who quickly volunteered the school's Home Economics kitchen. Entirely hands-on, during Kids in the Kitchen, youth work together and do all the food preparation - following the recipe, measuring, cutting, stirring, sautéing, clean up - everything. Once the meal is prepared, VERMILLION SUMMER LUNCH MENU Menu listed below is for June 20 – June 26. Menus are subject to change without notice. Wednesday – Hot Dog, BBQ Baked Beans Thursday – French Toast Sticks, Sausage, Potato Triangle Friday – Cheese Pizza, Corn Monday – Chicken Nuggets, Minneapolis, MN -- People engaged Potato Triangle in sustaining and advancing indigenous Tuesday – Beef Tacos, culture from across the region will have Refried Beans, Sugar Cookie they sit down and enjoy it together. The youth are sent home with the recipe. "At first, people were nervous that we let the kids use knives, but we teach them the safe way to cut using the claw and the saw method," Ireland says. "At 10 or 11, they are eager to learn and they are capable of learning pretty complicated things." To date, the group, which averages 15 youth each week, have prepared more than 115 recipes. Although some recipes are elaborate, like chocolate crepes and homemade pasta noodles, Ireland and Amy, who is a weekly volunteer, look for recipes that include ingredients youth have at home. "We try to keep it simple, but delicious. We want to show them that you don't have to go to a restaurant to eat fettuccini Alfredo or fish tacos," Amy explains. "Many of our kids' families receive commodities, so we look for creative ways to prepare what they receive." According to feedback, the program is working. "I run into parents or grandparents who tell me, their kids are cooking. One grandma told me that her granddaughter made our meatball recipe for the entire family for a holiday meal. Another mom, I ran into at the grocery store with her daughter, told me, 'she is the one taking cooking classes so she is the one who cooks.' The kids are receiving positive feedback from their families,'" Ireland says. Today, most of the ingredient funds come from small grants Ireland has applied for or are donated by community members. She worked with Mary Kay Sell, SDSU Extension 4-H Program Assistant - Bennett County, to run Kids in the Kitchen as a 4-H event hosted by Tip Top 4-H Club. All funds go through the club account. "Kids learn by doing," Sell says. "This program addresses a very real issue of kids going hungry, not because there isn't anything in the home to eat, but because they do not know how to prepare the food that is available." Along with Amy, each week about three to five adults volunteers show up to help out. "People are willing to donate their time if their time isn't wasted," Ireland says. Amy would agree. "We have an awesome group of kids who are eager to learn. They are totally hands-on in the kitchen. They don't just stand there and wait for us to tell them what to do, they come in and begin going to the cupboards for supplies and measuring out ingredients," she says. To learn more about Kids in the Kitchen, contact Ireland 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. Bush Foundation Supports Indigenous Cultures with $75,000 Scholarship Fund Consider it... Sold! Classifieds will be held at the Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel in Prior Lake, Minnesota (outside Minneapolis) from October 8-11, 2018. The Bush Foundation is providing up to $75,000 in scholarship funding for eligible applicants from Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota or the 23 Native Nations that share the same geography. Scholarships will include registration for pre-conference workshops, travel and lodging. Pre-conference workshops take place on Tuesday, October 9 and conference sessions are scheduled Wednesday, October 10 and Thursday, October 11. More information and the application for the scholarships can be found on ATALM’s website - www.atalm. org. Applications must be received by June 21, 2018 at 11:59 PM CST. These scholarships are intended for staff members of a tribal archive, library, museum, historic preservation office, and/or language program, those that work with indigenous collections in a non-tribal cultural institution, currently an opportunity to receive scholarships to attend the 2018 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries, and Museums presented by the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, and Museum (ATALM). The conference • AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR • PAINT • FRAMEWORK • GLASS REPLACEMENT HOURS: M-F 9AM-6PM SAT 9AM-12PM 1205 CARR STREET • VERMILLION • 605.670.0471 BlainesBodyShop@gmail.com Remorse, Forgiveness Abuse Tension Builds enrolled students in a museum, library, or archival-related education program, or culture bearers in a tribal community who are actively involved in the preservation of traditional knowledge, practices, and/or culture. The conference features over 100 workshops, cultural site tours, and conference sessions that are specific to the needs of Native cultures. As the only conference of its type, it attracts more than 700 participants from throughout the United States, Canada, New Zealand, and Australia. With the theme of “For Our People: Past, Present, and Future”, this year’s conference honors notable Minnesota Natives for their work to preserve and advance indigenous cultures. Honorees include activist Clyde Bellecourt on the 50th anniversary of the American Indian Movement, Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community Chairman Charlie Vig for his support of culture and other tribal communities, and Dr. Anton Treuer, an internationally renowned expert on cultural and language preservation and author of 13 books including Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians But Were Afraid to Ask. The Bush Foundation is investing in great ideas and the people who power them. They encourage individuals and organizations to think bigger and think differently about what is possible in communities across Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota and the 23 Native nations that share the same geographic area. ATALM is an international non-profit organization that maintains a network of support for indigenous programs, provides culturally relevant programming and services, encourages collaboration among tribal and non-tribal cultural institutions, and articulates contemporary issues related to developing and sustaining the cultural sovereignty of Native Nations. For more information, contact Susan Feller at 405-401-8293 or president@ atalm.org 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 June 20 – June 26. Menus are subject to change without notice. All menus are served with whole grain bread and 1% milk unless otherwise noted. 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