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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com May 8, 2018 • Page 3 Gov. Daugaard Proclaims May As Archaeology & Historic Preservation Month www.missourivalleyshopper.com PIERRE, S.D. – Gov. Dennis Daugaard has proclaimed May as Archaeology & Historic Preservation Month in South Dakota. The month “acquaints the public with the disciplines of archaeology and historic preservation and strengthens the enduring bond between the past and the present,” Gov. Daugaard said in the proclamation. Historic Preservation Month has been celebrated in South Dakota since it was established at the national level in 1973. The state added archaeology in 2005 to recognize it as a partner in historic preservation. “South Dakota’s cultural heritage is rich and diverse as represented by thousands of archaeological and historical sites, historic buildings and landscapes that have been identified and recorded throughout the state,” said Jay D. Vogt, director of the South Dakota State Historical Society at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. “Public appreciation and understanding is the foundation of preserving South Dakota’s past for future generations.” The 2018 theme for the month is “This Place Matters.” Vogt encourages South Dakotans to take an interest in locations that are special to them. People are invited to consider why their place matters and how it can be preserved for future generations. This year the State Historical Society sponsored a statewide essay contest for all students in the fourth grade, the year in which South Dakota history is taught. The purpose was to enable students to achieve a better appreciation of their historic resources, the stories they tell and why they should be maintained. Students were asked to write a 100400 word essay about any South Dakota location that is at least 50 years old, why it is a favorite place for them and why it should be saved. It did not need to be a historic site. Entries were judged on quality of writing, content and theme, and originality of thought. There were 50 entries from across the state. Winners of the contest were as follows. The first place winner was Makena Jutting from Tea Area Legacy Elementary School. Makena’s essay entitled “The Heart of Sioux Falls” was about Falls Park. She won a $100 cash prize and a one-year family membership to the South Dakota State Historical Society (a $50 value). Josie Spiering from Webster Area Elementary School took second place. The place that mattered to Josie was her grandparent’s farm in Day County. She won a $50 cash prize and a one-year family membership to the State Historical Society. Winning third place with a story about the Ingalls homestead in De Smet was Kyla Peskey from Holy Trinity Catholic School in Huron. Kyla won a $25 cash prize and a one-year family membership to the South www.missourivalleyshopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Visit our Web site at www.missourivalleyshopper.com www.missourivalleyshopper.com •Practice campfire safety by ensuring your fire is dead out before leaving the campsite •Keep the space around your home clear of dense vegetation •Take action in your community by organizing a wildfire preparedness event By doing a few basic home maintenance items now, you can significantly increase the chances your home has to survive a wildfire. Additional information on ways to prevent and prepare for wildfires can be found by visiting the Great Plains Fire Safe Council website at gpfiresafecouncil.com. South Dakota Wildland Fire can be found on Twitter @ SDWildlandFire and on Facebook by searching SD Wildland Fire. 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