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February 6, 2018 • Page 8 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com 4-H Experience Helps SD Legislator Serve Effectively Consider Starting A Summer Food Service Program In Your Community PIERRE, S.D. - In an effort to fend off hunger, the South Dakota Department of Education’s office of Child By Lura Roti He and his wife, Ashley, have three Gosch sees this same talent and Adult Nutrition Services is seeking sponsors for a For SDSU Extension young children. among today's 4-H members. "As a federally-funded program that provides nutritious meals Whether leading a calf around Growing up, Gosch says 4-H was a sports broadcaster, I can tell who the showring or giving an illustrated family tradition for him and his four has some sort of background in 4-H, and snacks to children in low-income areas during the summer months. Community organizations, nonprofits, talk, when Spencer Gosch competed siblings. Showing cattle was their or like programs, when I conduct in 4-H he knew where he stood. project of choice. interviews with these young individ- schools, tribal and local governments can apply to be "No matter what that project was "But, my mom always made us uals. When asked, I am shocked how sponsors if they operate in low-income areas, serve a - it could have been a market steer, branch out and do other things, like many kids confirm that assumption." group of mostly low-income children or operate a summer camp with a high proportion of low-income participhotography, banana bread or a talk illustrated talks," he says of the 4-H 4-H also expanded his circle of on bicycle safety - when I competed project area where members put friends beyond the rural community pants. Parks and recreation departments, city and county health departments, libraries and neighborhood service in 4-H, I either received a purple ribpublic speaking skills into practice. of Selby. "When you are in 4-H, your agencies can participate as sites or sponsors. bon or I didn't," explains the District "It was a welcoming challenge for world opens up. 4-H provides rural “I commend those individuals and organizations who 23 Representative. "Through 4-H, my me to get up and speak in front of youth, like me, with so many opstep forward to make summer feeding sites possible in father taught me that I was never so people." portunities to travel and meet kids good I couldn't get better and never Looking back on the experifrom all over," he says. "Today, I have their local communities,” said Julie McCord, program specialist with South Dakota’s Child and Adult Nutrition so bad I couldn't get worse." ence, Gosch says as a South Dakota lifelong friends, who I met through Gosch says involvement in 4-H Legislator he puts what he learned 4-H, from towns that I now represent Services. “The Summer Food Service Program helps ensure that South Dakota students have access to healthy instilled a drive to better himself and through 4-H illustrated talks into as a Legislator. Lifelong friends who continuously work to improve. It's a action each time he speaks on the returned home and are now trying to meals all summer long when they lack access to the National School Lunch Program.” mindset he carries into every aspect House floor. do the right thing for their commuWhen school is in session, over 61,000 South Dakota of his full life. "When I open my mouth in the nity. It is an honor to represent these students receive free or reduced-price meals through Along with public service, the Legislature, I am speaking, potential- people today in Pierre." 34-year-old is a fourth-generation ly, in front of hundreds of thousands. A responsibility he takes serious- the National School Lunch Program. The Summer Food Service Program is federally funded through the U.S. farmer/rancher, an insurance agent, And, what I say is going on the ly. "Like I said, in 4-H I learned that I a sports broadcaster for the Dakota record," he says. "4-H taught me how can always do more and it's our duty Department of Agriculture and administered by the South Dakota Department of Education. It provides meals to Radio Group and owns a traveling DJ to speak in a way where I get my to help others." students when school is not in session. Children age business, Nighthawk Entertainment. point across without droning on." 18 and younger may receive a meal free of charge at a participating site. In 2017, South Dakota Summer Food Service Program sponsors served 523,239 meals, which is an increase from the 477,796 meals served in 2016. Summer food program sites must be in the attendance When You Place Your Ad In The Classifieds! area of a school where 50 percent or more of students are eligible for free or reduced-price meals, or within the boundary of a U.S. Census block where at least 50 percent of children are eligible for free and reduced-price meals when at school. A site meeting those criteria is open to all children under age 18 with special considerations for children from migrant households or those with a disability. It is important to note that while some areas may not qualify with school data, such areas may still be able to qualify using census data. To determine eligibility in your area, see http://www. fns.usda.gov/sfsp/mappingtools-summer-meal-programs. Organizations interested in reviewing sponsor responsibilities can watch the Summer Food Service Program Overview on the South Dakota Department of Education’s Summer Food Service Program webpage. To learn more about serving as a sponsor or site, call Child and Adult Nutrition Services at 605-773-3413. For more information and to register for training, go to http:// doe.sd.gov/cans/sfsp.aspx. The deadline to register for training is Thursday, Feb. 22. Sponsors are often looking for partners to help provide activities and educational programs to encourage continfcsamerica.com ued student participation throughout the summer. School food authorities also have the option to utilize the Seamless Summer Option to provide meals in the summer. 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The four This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. plaint_filing_cust.html and at any USDA office, or write a highest bidders will then be invited to a private auction, to letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of be held Friday, February 23, 2018, at Swier Law Firm at which Find BIG Savings... AUCTIONS MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y CLASSIFIEDS IN PRINT & ONLINE BON HOMME COUNTY LAND FOR SALE the weather may surprise you. your crop insurance shouldn’t. 154.98 Acres, more or less time bids may be raised. TERMS: CASH: All bidders must accompany their bid with a check for ten percent (10%) of the bid amount made payable to the Swier Law Firm, Prof. LLC Trust Account and said sum will be applied to the total purchase price if bidder is the successful purchaser. Bidder must specifically represent the aforesaid payment shall apply to any and all subsequent bids for the above-described property. 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