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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com March 6, 2018 • Page 7 Wellness Summit For South Dakota Teens BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU Extension, in collaboration with the SDSU Wellness Center and Walmart Foundation, will host a two-day Health and Wellness Summit for South Dakota teens interested in serving as Health & Wellness Ambassadors April 5 - 6, 2018 in Brookings at the Days Inn (2500 6th St). "This summit empowers teens by providing them with training and information on wellness and overall healthy living so they are then ready to provide leadership and role-modeling on healthy living to peers and members of their community," said Nikki Prosch, SDSU Extension Health & Physical Activity Field Specialist. What is a Health & Wellness Teen Ambassador? Health & Wellness Teen Ambassadors will be trained to promote and encourage healthy living through the seven dimensions of wellness in their schools and community. During the summit, teens will develop an understanding of the following: The seven dimensions of wellness • Learn and promote healthy living choices and lifestyles • Create conversations, media, programming and community engagement around all dimensions of wellness • Specific health and wellness curricula The Summit will include a variety of breakout sessions and interactive activities focused on the topics of wellness including: • Nutrition • Sleep • Financial health • Physical activity • Environmental health • Social health Following the summit, participating teens are asked to complete six hours of programming. Once programming is complete, teens will be recognized as a South Dakota Health & Wellness Teen Ambassador. "This summit is unique, as it provides extensive training in health and wellness, with the expectation that teens will return to their communities to serve as a Health & Wellness Teen Ambassadors," Prosch said. Who can attend? Health & Wellness Teen Ambassadors are youth who are motivated and engaged learners, teens who desire to be healthy living role-models, who are responsible, reliable and trustworthy. Ambassadors are expected to return to their hometowns and schools to communicate the value of living a healthy lifestyle. If you or someone you know has these characteristics and is willing to partner and speak with adults, other peers and community members about health and wellness topics, you're encouraged to attend. Registration deadline is March 25. Youth must be 13 to 17 years old at time of registration to participate in the Wellness Summit. Participants will be staying overnight at the Days Inn in Brookings with adult supervision. This event is made possible through a grant from the National 4-H Council and Walmart Foundation. To register, visit the iGrow Events page and search for the event date of April 5. Registration is $75. Bring more shoppers to your door with locally focused advertising from the experts. Your Ad Here! MV Shopper In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y AUCTIONS Value-Added Finance Authority Board FARMS FOR SALE Approves Beginning Irrigated Crop Ground - Half-Section Farmer Bond Issues PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Value Added Finance Authority (VAFA) board approved the issuance of two beginning farmer bonds at their regularly scheduled monthly meeting. On Feb. 22, 2018, the VAFA board approved two bond issues for a total of $851,000 for two qualifying beginning farmers. Public hearings were held on both projects with no comments either for or against the project. “The beginning farmer bond program, through the VAFA board, is a great way for qualifying beginning farmers to purchase real estate,” says Terri LaBrie, executive director of VAFA. “The program enables beginning farmers to get better rates and terms and also allows for tax-exempt interest income for the bond purchasers; typically their local lenders or a contract seller that is not a closely related party.” VAFA is a seven member board established in 1995 to develop and promote agriculture in the state. The mission of VAFA is to provide lower cost financing for qualifying beginning farmers and agricultural businesses. “We are excited for these beginning farmers and happy we can provide these programs to help the next generation of farmers,” says Bob Hull, chairman of the board. The board also approved a Livestock Nutrient Management Bond application at this month’s board meeting for a project in Lincoln County. The tax-exempt bond programs offered through the VAFA are for beginning farmers, agribusinesses and projects with a solid waste disposal component. Board members are appointed by the governor. All program details and applications through VAFA or the Department of Agriculture are available on the web at http://sdda.sd.gov/ finance/. For questions on these financial programs, contact Terri LaBrie at 605.280.4745. For a list of other board members and more information on VAFA, visit https://sdda.sd.gov/ boards-and-commissions/value-added-finance-authority/. Agriculture is a major contributor to South Dakota’s economy, generating $25.6 billion in annual economic activity and employing over 115,000 South Dakotans. The South Dakota Department of Agriculture's mission is to promote, protect and preserve South Dakota agriculture for today and tomorrow. Visit us online at http://sdda.sd.gov or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. LEGAL DESCRIPTION: S1/2 NE1/4 and the SE1/4 13-32-2W and N1/2NE1/4 24-32-2W Knox County. LOCATION: 1 mile East and 1 mile North of Crofton. Good access from county roads Taking sealed bids – Deadline is March 21, 2018 Call for brochure: 402-586-2277 Dry Crop Ground LEGAL DESCRIPTION: N1/2N1/2 of NW1/4 19-302E Cedar County. LOCATION: From Hartington: 2 miles south to 880 Rd, 1 mile east to 564 Ave., then 1 mile south to 879 Rd. 30.26 +/- acres of crop ground and 3.73 +/- acres of building site. Two story house, barn, shed, and other out building. Farm well on property with submersible pump. Taking sealed bids – Deadline is March 21, 2018 Call for brochure: 402-586-2277 flandman@gpcom.net Pfeil and Associates, Inc. Wausa, NE Frank Weberg, Broker Marvin Hochstein Jordan Johnson 402-841-2994 402-358-0423 402-360-4038 NORBERT J. LEISE REVOCABLE TRUST NOTICE OF SALE OF CEDAR COUNTY, NEBRASKA LAND BY SEALED BIDS The following property is being offered for sale in three separate tracts: Tract A: NE1/4SW1/4 and the NW1/4SE1/4 and the SW1/4SE1/4 of Sec. 36, T32N, R2E. Farmplace, Productive Soil, Cropland and Pasture. (120A. + or -) Tract B: SE1/4NE1/4 of Sec. 36, T32N, R2E. Farm ground. (40A. + or -) Tract C: SW1/4NW1/4 and the N1/2SW1/4 of Sec. 31, T32N, R3E. Farm ground, all tillable. (107A. + or -) The tracts will be sold to the highest bidder upon the following terms and conditions: A ten percent (10%) down payment must accompany a written bid. The balance must be paid at closing. Owner’s title insurance will be shared equally. Buyer pays any lender’s endorsement. Seller will pay the 2017 real estate taxes. Buyer will pay 2018 real estate taxes. Other closing costs as usual and customary. For additional sale information contact Gary Lammers (402-357-2156) or Randy Leise (402-254-6749), Co- Trustees. Written bids will be accepted until 4:00 p.m. on March 14, 2018, at the address below. The top three bidders on each tract will be invited to submit additional bid(s). Seller reserves the right to reject any and all bids. STEVEN L. PIER KENNEDY PIER KNOFF LOFTUS, LLP 410 N. Broadway, P.O. Box 867 Hartington, Nebraska 68739 fcsamerica.com the weather may surprise you. your crop insurance shouldn’t. Our full-time specialists spend every working day with crop insurance – it’s all we do. We study it, we plan it and we know how important it is. So if you ever have a crop insurance need, you won’t have to question your crop insurance plan. See for yourself with a no-cost, no-obligation crop insurance plan review. yankton retail office 605-665-9675 or 1-800-658-3631 3808 Broadway Avenue Yankton SD 57078 This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. ANTIQUE & COLLECTIBLE AUCTION Saturday, March 10, 2018 Located: Skylon Ballroom - 320 S. Robinson St. - Hartington, NE AUCTION Starts @ 9:45 AM LUNCH AVAILABLE AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Please join us in Hartington, Nebraska for this auction. Some of the items on this auction come from the Msgr. Cyril Werner Estate who served the people of Cedar County for many years, also included are other items from a Madison County Estate and folks. Many more additional items not included in this listing will be sold. Visit our web site www.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM for many photos. Special Note - Check web site or call 402-254-9753 for special weather updates & announcements. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Eddison Table Top Cylinder Record Player. 13” Cast Iron Dinner Bell. Primitive Painted Cabinet. Walnut Dresser (Marble Top & Mirror). Large Harvest Table. Oak Library Table. Wooden High Boy Dresser w/Mirror. Cedar Closet. Stackable Bookcase – Needs Repaired. Wooden Dining Table w/4Chairs. Enamel Top Table w/Drawer. Foot Locker & Flat Trunk. Patio Table w/2 Chairs. Galvanized Wash Tub on Stand. Several Small Primitive Furniture Pieces. “Hoppe” Advertising Display Rack. Gates Display Stand. 1946 Coca Cola Poster. 1943 Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps Poster. Steel Military Helmets. Old Women’s Hats. Costume Jewelry. Redwing 5 Gallon Crock Jug. Air Rifle, Compound Bow & Cross Bow. Deep Rock Grease 5 Gallon Can. Louis Marx Pinball Game. Modern Pricilla Magazines & Other Old Magazines. Dan Dugan – Sioux Falls, Toy Tanker Truck. Wicker Hamper. Wooden Ammo Boxes & Other Primitive Wooden Boxes. Swift Microscope. Cast Iron Strong Box. Putnam Dyes Cabinet. Fishing Equipment. Vintage Underwood Typewriter. Old Toys, Nut Crackers, Disney Items, Old Books, Bottles & tins. Advertising Paper Goods. Rotary Banners. Salt & Peppers. Old Cameras. Vintage Luggage Pieces. Spinning Wheel Parts. Cigarette Lighters. Small Anvil. Asst. of Collectible & Useable Tools Too Numerous to Mention. RAILROAD COLLECTIBLES: Union Pacific Railroad Large Wall Map of USA. Railroad Caboose Chair. Nebraska Railroad Junction Points of Nebraska Wall Map. Asst. Of Miscellaneous Railroad China Pieces. Masonite Railroad Signs – Including: Rock Island, Amtrak, Lackawanna Railroad, Peoria Gateway Line. Amtrak Railroad Blanket. Asst. Of Railroad Time Tables & Other Memorabilia. *** COINS*** Small offering of Coins to be sold from separate Auction Ring @ 12:00 Noon: Including, Steel War Cents, Lincoln Cents, Roosevelt Dimes, Wheat Cents, Buffalo Nickels, Silver Certificates, Clad Dollars, & Silver Dollars, Bicentennial Coin Set, US Mint Memorial Coins. For complete listing, visit our web site WWW.CHJAUCTIONEERS.COM Terms: Cash or bankable check - Not responsible for accidents or theft. AUCTION CONDUCTED BY: Creamer Heimes Janssen Auctioneers & Appraisers L.L.C. AUCTIONEERS: Ryan Creamer 402-254-9753 Alton Heimes 402-254-3315 Roger Janssen 402-388-4409
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