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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com August 28, 2018 • Page 5 Aaron Walberg Named Day Sponsors Offer Special CTVSO Of The Year Activities At The SD State Fair PIERRE, S.D. – Aaron Walberg of Aberdeen has been named the 2018 South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs “County/Tribal Veterans Service Officer of the Year.” Walberg was recognized by his peers at SDDVA’s annual benefit conference Monday, Aug. 20, in Pierre. Aaron Walberg, veterans service officer for Brown County, was awarded the 2018 County and Tribal Veterans Service Officer of the Year award for his knowledge of federal and state regulations governing veteran’s benefits, as well as quality of the claims his office files. Key Achievements of the CTVSO of the Year: • Customer service. • Submission of complete and accurate claims. • Outstanding office management. • Utilizing new and innovative procedures and technologies. “Aaron Walberg, in his role as county veterans service officer, is willing to step up and give his all for helping veterans of his county, state and country.” said Larry Zimmerman, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs. “His career path of son of a veteran, active duty and National Guard has given him a strong foundation to be a great leader.” Walberg’s office serves over 2,500 veterans in Brown County, as well as numerous veterans from counties bordering Brown County. The South Dakota Department of Veterans Affairs and its partners assist South Dakota veterans in receiving over $650 million in annual benefits. The Department’s mission is to be the voice for South Dakota’s veterans. Visit us online at: https://vetaffairs.sd.gov or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Huron, SD - With the help of day sponsors, the State Fair is able to offer special days at the 2018 South Dakota State Fair. Wednesday, Aug. 29, is Channel Seeds Preview Day. Preview Day at the State Fair offers free gate admission to allow fairgoers a sneak peak of the fair. The carnival will open at 5 p.m. and all rides will be $1 each. The Red Wilk Construction Tuff Hedeman Bull Bash kicks off the grandstand entertainment at 8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, is Value Added Ag Day where attendees can experience the magic of value added agriculture in South Dakota. All day long at the Day Sponsor tent, different food, farmaceutical, fuel and feed products from across the state will be featured, courtesy of the whooping cough), chickSD Specialty Producers enpox, MMR (measles, Association. There will be mumps and rubella) and cooking demos of local polio. Older children need food inspired creations Tdap (tetanus, diphtheand tasting opportunities. ria, and pertussis) and Also on Thursday, the MenACWY (meningococcal South Dakota Dairy Proconjugate virus) vaccines. ducers will host the 19th In addition, yearly flu vac- annual Ice Cream Social. cines are recommended Friday, Aug. 31, is Prosfor all children 6 months trollo Motors Day. Make and older and the HPV sure to stop by Prostrollo (human papillomavirus) Motors on east Highway vaccine is encouraged for 14 in Huron prior to the teens and pre-teens. fair to pick up a coupon Vaccines are tested for $1 off gate admission to ensure that they are at the State Fair. Stop by safe and effective for the Prostrollo Motors children to receive at the Building to see the newest recommended ages. Most vehicles from Chevrolet, insurance plans cover Buick, GMC and Cadillac, the vaccines needed for including a great selection school entry and there is of 2018 Chevy and GMC help available for families pickups with huge model who do not have coverage. yearend discounts. Also, If you have questions or sign up for a chance to need more information, win the “Best Seats in the check with your physician House” at the Friday, Saturor local community health day and Sunday shows in office. the Grandstand. There is much on the horizon as children head back to the classroom. So enjoy the last few days of summer, but don’t forget to vaccinate your children. Let’s get our kids ready for a safe and healthy school year. Make It A Healthy School Year By Gov. Dennis Daugaard Now that back-to-school season is here, I know parents have no shortage of items on their to-do lists. You have school supplies to buy, school lunch arrangements to make and new schedules to coordinate. With so much to do, I hope you will still be sure your children are up-todate on their vaccines. Childhood vaccines protect against serious and potentially life-threatening diseases, including polio, measles, whooping cough and chickenpox. Thanks to vaccines, most of these diseases have become rare in the United States. But many still exist here, and they can make children very sick, leading to days of missed school, missed work for parents, or, in serious cases, even hospitalization or death. In 2014, the United States experienced 667 reported cases of measles in 27 states. That’s the greatest number of cases since the year 2000. We have seen some cases this year as well, with 93 people from 19 states reported to have measles from Jan. 1 to June 16. Outbreaks of whooping cough can occur at middle and high schools as protection from childhood vaccines fades. In 2016, there were 17,972 reported cases of whooping cough in the U.S., and as recently as 2012 there were over 48,000 cases. Without vaccines, these numbers would be much, much higher. By ensuring your children are vaccinated, you help protect them from these kinds of outbreaks. You also help protect those who cannot receive vaccines – like newborn babies and people with weakened immune systems due to cancer or other health issues. Finally, vaccinations help ensure that your children meet state requirements before entering the classroom. You can check with your school or your child’s doctor to learn what vaccines children need at a given age. For example, children who are 4 to 6 years old are due for boosters of four vaccines: DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis, also called Saturday, Sept. 1, is SD Farmers Union Day. SD Farmers Union will host events throughout the day celebrating the family farmers, ranchers and rural communities from across the state of South Dakota that they so proudly represent. Highlighting the day of activities will be the annual Farmer’s Share Luncheon (limited number of meals available) located in the tent near the Freedom stage from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. In comparison to the retail price of the meal, $10, attendees will pay just $0.30 for a meal that showcases the farmer’s share on retail food dollars. The Farmers Union will also host a panel featuring South Dakota State Farm Service executive director Paul Shubeck and South Dakota Farmers Union president Doug Sombke, who will discuss and welcome feedback on the new upcoming Farm Bill. Sunday, Sept. 2, is DPS Share the Road Day, when officials with the South Dakota Department of Public Safety will be present in the Day Sponsor Tent to highlight all the ways the department works to keep the public safe. The department’s theme this year is motorcycle safety. DPS will be reminding individuals to slow down, watch for others, wear the proper safety equipment and be ready to “share the road” with others. Also in the tent will be educational programs, games, the chance to renew driver’s licenses (two address documents required) and Highway Patrol police dogs. Monday, Sept. 3, is Fairytales and Fantasy Day when kids can dress up as their favorite fantasy character and will be eligible for $1 off admission in to the fair. Also on Monday, the Diaper Derby and Mane Attraction are all part of the entertainment put on at the NorthWestern Energy Freedom Stage. The State Fair will be ‘Paying the Magic Forward’ on Monday thanks to businesses that have banded together to sponsor gate admission passes. Fair officials will randomly hand out free passes at the gate admission entrances. Participants can also ‘Pay it Forward’ to the food pantry by bringing a nonperishable food item for the “Drive to End Hunger” between the hours of 7 and 11 a.m. and receive $2 off gate admission. The 2018 South Dakota State Fair will run from Thursday, Aug. 30, through Monday, Sept. 3. Channel Seeds preview night will be Wednesday, Aug. 29. This year’s theme is “Experience the Magic.” For more information on State Fair events, contact the Fair office at 800.529.0900, visit www.sdstatefair.com or find them on Facebook or Twitter. 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 sdda.sd.gov or find us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. MV Shopper 665-5884 Highway Patrol Superintendent MV Shopper Joins IACP Executive Board In Print and Online! 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