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January 23, 2018 • Page 2 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com First Dakota Hosts Agrivisions 2018 Snap Up a Deal in the Classifieds Call or go online to browse, buy or sell! In Print and Online! 665-5884 • www.missourivalleyshopper.com The Right Care, Right at home. Let us keep you in your home... www.rahsesd.com Call today for an In-Home visit or more information 605-205-0625 Southeast South Dakota Experiment Farm Annual Meeting Yankton, SD – January 18, 2018 First Dakota National Bank will host AgriVisions 2018 featuring Kevin Van Trump on Thursday, February 15, at the Best Western Kelly Inn, 1607 East Highway 50, Yankton, SD with registration beginning at 6:30 pm and Mr. Van Trump presenting at 7:00 pm. Farmers, Agri-Business professionals and business owners are invited to attend. Nate Franzen, president of First Dakota’s Agri-Business Division, states, “Mark Thursday, February 15, on your calendar and plan to attend AgriVisions 2018. Kevin Van Trump is a leading expert in Agricultural marketing and analysis. Plan to join us at AgriVisions 2018.” Van Trump is a leading expert in Agricultural marketing and analysis, he also produces an award-winning 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018 Find What You’re Looking For! Freeman Prairie Arboretum near Freeman Academy South Main St., Freeman, SD Afternoon Program Topics • New Oat Lines & Oat Variety Development • Small Grain Markets • Profitable Nutrient Management • To Till or Not to Till - 25 Years of Data from the Southeast Farm in the Classifieds. In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 Open To Public Everyone Welcome. For more information Call 605-563-2989 • Visit http://igrow.org www.missourivalleyshopper.com Prices Best n Town! I We’ll Match All Local Advertisin g Prices! 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We will be featuring our annual “Beautiful Baby Contest” in print and online on Wednesday, February 28th To enter, simply submit your photo and entry form with a $10 submission fee by Friday, February 16th ou eone y or som et we If you ld or p s a chi ude them a know h ve to incl ! uld lo wo feature in our : Entr y To Submit ss & Dakotan e Daily Pr t St. ankton Y lnu 319 Wa 57078 , SD Yankton 1) 2) 3) 4) First place winners in the following categories will receive a framed winners print and prize. newborn-6 months 5) Multiple Births 7-12 Months 6) “Fur Babies” 13-24 Months (Pets of any species/age) 25 Months-4 years and world-recognized daily industry Ag wire called "The Van Trump Report." With over 20 years of experience trading professionally at the CME, CBOT and KCBOT, Kevin is able to 'connect-the-dots' and simplify the complex moving parts associated with today's markets in a thought provoking yet easy to read format. With thousands of daily readers in over 40 countries, Kevin has become a sought after source for market direction, timing and macro views associated with the agricultural world. Kevin is a top featured guest on many farm radio programs and business news channels here in the United States. Kevin is currently the acting Chairman of Farm Direction, an international organization assembled to bring the finest and most current agricultural thoughts Tourism Industry Members Honored By Gov. Daugaard PIERRE, SD – Gov. Dennis Daugaard and the South Dakota Department of Tourism presented awards to tourism industry members the evening of Thursday, January 18th at the 2018 Governor’s Conference on Tourism in Pierre. The 9th Annual Rooster Rush Cacklin’ Community Award went to the community of Pierre for its efforts to welcome pheasant hunters to the state. The Pierre Chamber of Commerce organized giveaways, hosted concerts, and held a craft and vendor fair for hunters’ wives. “Pierre once again rolled out the orange carpet and went above and beyond to make our pheasant hunters feel extra special,” said Gov. Daugaard. The George S. Mickelson Great Service Awards were given to The Lodge at Deadwood, Rush Mountain Adventure Park, and Crazy Horse Memorial. This award honors businesses, communities, or organizations that have done an exemplary job of exceeding visitors’ expectations in customer service. “Our winners are constantly evolving to meet the wants and needs of today’s visitor and working to increase their length of stay in our state,” said the governor. “They are raising the bar on customer service.” The Excellence in Tourism Innovation Award is given to an industry partner for their innovative thinking in making their destination, business, or attraction even more appealing to visitors. This year’s award was given to The Great Plains Zoo and Delbridge Museum of Natural History for their marketing and promotions efforts surrounding the hosting of two koalas, which resulted in a nine percent increase in visitation. “The Great Plains Zoo has been expanding and upgrading its offerings for the past decade but really knocked it out of the park when they created a promotion that had visitors extending their stay to experience it,” stated Gov. Daugaard. This year, a brand new award was presented to three industry members from across the state who displayed outstanding and genuine hospitality to visitors. The Ruth Ziolkowski Outstanding Hospitality & Customer Service Award was given to Pouran Borchardt from the Children’s Museum of South Dakota in Brookings, Rita Franz from the Black Hills Visitor Information Center in Rapid City, and Dennis Scott from the Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell. “These industry members represent the generosity and hospitality that Ruth showed visitors each day. I thank them for extending South Dakota kindness to everyone they meet,” said Gov. Daugaard. The A. H. Pankow Award recognizes a representative of the media for showing superior interest in and coverage of the South Dakota tourism industry. The Meredith Corporation and Midwest Living Magazine were awarded the honor for their tireless promotion of South Dakota as a premier vacation destination to their millions of readers. “Meredith Corporation and Midwest Living has been a longtime advocate for South Dakota travel and know South Dakota as well as most of us living here. They are consistently touting the state as a ’must-see’ destination to the entire country,” said the governor. Lastly, the Ben Black Elk Award honors an individual who makes outstanding contributions to the state’s visitor industry. This year’s award was given to Craig Pugsley for his 40 years of service to the tourism industry through his work with Custer State Park. “Craig is credited with helping shape the annual Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival into the world-class, three-day event it is today. He has also been involved in efforts promoting the city of Custer and the entire Black Hills region, believing that all destinations benefit when travelers come to see our icons,” said the governor. The South Dakota Department of Tourism is comprised of Tourism and the South Dakota Arts Council. Dining & Entertainment Check out the line: tr y Dead, En Friday th 16 Februar y Category#___________ and strategies directly to the world's top producers. The markets have dramatically changed and Kevin is trying to redefine how those in the agricultural world can better manage their risk and better understand the adversity that lies ahead. AgriVisions 2018 begins with registration from 6:30 – 7:00 p.m. and Mr. Van Trump’s presentation at 7:00 p.m. An ice cream social will follow the presentation. Please go to FirstDakotaAg.com to register online today. Or call us, at 605-665-4904 or 800-657-5826, to reserve a seat. First Dakota was founded in 1872 and holds the first bank charter issued in Dakota Territory. It has 19 full-service banking locations in 14 South Dakota cities. It also has six loan production offices throughout South Dakota and Nebraska. for great specials at your local restaurants! In Print and Online! Volin Fire & Rescue Beautiful Baby Contest Age:____________ PANCAKE BREAKFAST Date of Birth_________________ Volin Town Hall January 28th Breakfast Starts 7AM Serving Pancakes, Eggs, and Sausage Contestant’s Name___________________________________________________ Submitted by____________________________________________ Freewill Donation Relation to Contestant___________________ Phone #_______________________ Winners will be selected by the staff of Yankton Media Inc. Employees and family members of Yankton Media Inc. are ineligible to win. *Submission of this form authorizes the publication of photo in this contest in print and online at www.yankton.net. Submission fee ($10) must accompany entry form to be valid. Only contestant’s name and name(s) of person submitting will be printed in paper. (Example: Jon Doe, submitted by parents Bob & Beth Doe) 2 TV RAfflES QuESTionS CAll CoREy logAn 660-6006 Pinochle Tournament Registration at 12:30 p.m. Starting at 1 p.m. Payout For Top 3 Teams Dakota Territory Gun Collectors GUN SHOW Easton Archery Center, E. Hwy. 50, Yankton Sat., Jan. 27th 9am - 5pm Sun., Jan. 28th 9am - 3pm BUY • SELL• TRADE Admission $ 5.00 Concessions Available
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