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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com November 1, 2016• Page 11 South Dakota Veterans Commission Elects Officers For Coming Year The South Dakota Veterans Commission elected new officers to lead the Commission in enhancing the lives of South Dakota veterans. Helen Parr of Sioux Falls was elected as chairman, and Lori Vosika of Hot Springs was selected as vice chairman. Parr succeeds Chairman Jim Ross of Whitewood. “The Commission has made history,” said Larry Zimmerman, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs. “We have three female and three male commissioners and for the first time in the history of the Commission, both leadership positions are commanded by female commissioners.” “Commissioners Parr and Vosika are strong advocates for veterans,” said Zimmerman. “Collectively, these two commissioners have dedicated over 50 years of service to enhance the lives of our veterans.” “Dedicating my life to assisting veterans obtain their benefits has given me a great foundation to lead the Commission,” said Helen Parr. “I look forward to working with the Commission and the SDDVA staff in growing our communication with our veterans.” “I am honored to continue my role on the Veterans Commission and to be selected for a leadership position,” said Vosika. “Serving as vice chairman is another opportunity to be a voice for veterans. Our role as a Commission has evolved and changed with the implementation of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs and it’s been exciting to learn, listen, watch, guide and support the many new efforts ongoing by the Department.” “We live in a great State that cares about our nation’s heroes and to be able to experience some of this firsthand as a commissioner is one of the highlights of my life of service to veterans,” said Vosika. Yankton Library Be Thankful For Your Library! BY KATHY WIBBELS Yankton Community Library Have you visited the Yankton Community Library lately? Did you know we are open 64 hours per week and our online catalog is available 24/7? Did you know we have downloadable books for all ages and downloadable magazines? Have you used one of our computers or accessed our WiFi recently? Did you know that, on the average, we add 300 new physical items to our collection each month plus titles are always being added to OverDrive, OneClickDigital and Zinio? Did you know we subscribe to 150 magazine and newspaper titles, and we have 41 electronic databases for research with free access to all library card holders? Did you know we have all of the old Yankton newspapers on microfilm available to the public? If you answered no to any of these questions, you need to visit the library today! A library card is one of the most cost effective investments you can make for you and your family. If you own property in the City of Yankton, a library card is free. If you own property in Yankton County, there is a nominal fee. Anyone living outside of Yankton County and not owning property there can purchase a nonresident card. For no cost or a very minimal cost, a library card holder gains access to over 73,000 items in our collection plus all of our electronic resources. That is money well spent! Join us for story times on Mondays at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15 a.m. Toddler times are Tuesdays at 10:15 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. All morning sessions are followed by sensory play. Programs for elementary children take place every Thursday from 3:45-4:45 p.m. The first Thursday is craft day; the second is LEGO Club; the third, science club; and the fourth is movie day with a 3:30 p.m. start. The Wii is set up every Friday from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Individuals and teams are invited to participate. Author Wayne Fanebust will read from and discuss his most recent book, “Outlaw Dakota, the Murderous Times and Criminal Trials of Frontier Judge Peter C. Shannon,” on Thursday, Nov. 3. He’ll have books for sale both before and after his author talk which begins at 6:30 p.m. Teen Tech Tutors are here on Nov. 12 and 26 at 1-3 p.m. both days. This program is free to anyone who needs help with computer basics. Just call the library to set up your time and tell us what type of help you need. Saturday, Nov. 19, is International Game Day. To celebrate, the library is hosting games for all ages from 1-4 p.m. Individuals and families are invited to come play old favorites or new games we’ve purchased, or bring your own games. Games for teens takes closed Friday, Nov. 11, in celplace from 2-4 p.m. ebration of Veteran’s Day. Craft classes for adults are We will close at 5 p.m. held the third Tuesday of each on Wednesday, Nov. 23, and month beginning at 6:30 p.m. remain closed Nov. 24-25 in On Nov. 15, participants are celebration of Thanksgiving. learning basic book sculpture We will operate on regular techniques and making two weekend hours Nov. 26-27. different styles of flowers. Did you know that in 2015, Register and pay your fee at we loaned 14,335 electronic the library. books, magazines and movies Adult Coloring Time is Nov. to our patrons! 26-27 at 2-4 p.m. both days. We’ll furnish all of the supplies You can contact the library and a relaxing atmosphere. at 668-5275 or e-mail me at You bring your creativity. kwibbels@cityofyankton.org. There is no registration or View us online at http://library. charge for this program. cityofyankton.org, visit us on Between the Lines, our Facebook by searching Yankton evening book club which is Community Library, follow us also open to new members, on Twitter @ YanktonLibrary, meets the fourth Tuesday of or search Yankton Community each month at 5:30 p.m. The Library on Pinterest. club meets on Tuesday, Nov. 22, to discuss “A Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Backman. 2013 Ford Edge SE Parents’ Night Out is Saturday, Dec. 3, from 4:30-7:30 p.m. at the Summit Activities Center. The Black,?V6,?AT,?41K Parks and Recreation Department and #B78330 library are again partnering to sponsor an evening of 2016?Ford?F-150?Crew? fun for 6- to 12 year-olds. We’ll have crafts, games, gym time, pizza and swimming. 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