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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com August 28, 2018 • Page 13 South Dakota Country Music Hall Of Fame Annual Awards Ceremony At Fair Sept. 1 HURON — The South Dakota Country Music Hall of Fame (SDCMHoF) will be presenting its 15th annual awards in a ceremony at the South Dakota State Fairgrounds in Huron on Sunday, Sept. 2, 2018. The 2018 inductees will be presented their awards on the Farm Bureau Dakotaland Stage by Gate 3 starting at 6 p.m. The 2018 event is dedicated to the memory of Chris Woodard who passed away from her courageous battle with cancer April 28, 2018. Woodard was the wife of 2017 inductee Tim Woodard and a longtime musical duo of 16 years. Tim and Chris as Rural Route #1 played for many functions in the northern area of South Dakota. Tim has retired both guitars that he and Chris played together. The 2018 Inductees are: • Phyllis Hummel — Lester Prairie, • Ray Hilmer — Harrisburg, • John Thiesen (posthumous) — Valley Springs, • Gerald Heitmann — Lake City, • Franklin Keeble Sr. — Grenville, • Maurice Bueber —Tripp, • Craig Winquist — Alcester, • Paul Larson — Hill City, • Gordon Olson — Mission Hill. Other 2018 awards winners include: • Lifetime Achievement Award: Elva Meyers — Yankton, • Gospel CD of the Year — Leland Harding III / Anton Mack — Willow Lake/Watertown “You Got To Have Faith.” • CD of the Year: Dave Oyen — Kalispell “Acoustic” & Kim Plender — Box Elder “These Are a Few of My Favorite Things.” • The new 2018 category Songwriter of the Year: Dale Allen Pommer — Nashville, and • Promoter of the Year: High Country Guest Ranch — Hill City. Inductees are all nominated by their peers, friends or family. They are then selected based on their musical history, promotion and support of country music in South Dakota. Musicians and performers are selected from throughout the entire state of South Dakota. There are no age restrictions except for the Lifetime Achievement Award. For this award, the selected inductee must be at least 70 years old and have promoted country music in South Dakota for most of their lives and be a prior hall of fame inductee. In addition to honoring the musicians, the use of some of the donations for the Hall of Fame is to help provide musical supplies for the beginners in the elementary school levels. It is the belief of the SDCMHoF that kids need support and encouragement to become involved in the arts and music is an art. This is the organization’s way of giving back to the community as well. Helping children get music supplies is very important. The SDCMHoF is the only statewide organization that puts musical supplies into the hands of elementary students in their formative years. The South Country Music Hall of Fame is a non-profit organization and all work is done on a voluntary basis. The organization relies primarily on donations for its support. South Dakota merchants and vendors are used for the business needs whenever possible, and is our way of supporting South Dakota. The SDCMHoF thanks the South Dakota State Fair Board for hosting this event in Huron and the Farm Bureau Financial Services for hosting the event on the Dakotaland stage at the state fair. On Saturday Night, Sept. 1, the Hall of Fame will present two musical events also on the Dakotaland Stage. • At 6 p.m., Kim Plender, 2018 CD of the Year Award winner, will perform • At 6:45 p.m., Milbank’s Neil and Jenni Bagaus will perform music from their career with South Dakota’s own “Suns of the West Band.” Artists Sought for SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks: Senior Art Show SIOUX FALLS — The South Dakota Health Care Association (SDHCA), Great Western Bank, and KELOLAND Television announce that Entry Forms are available for the 22nd annual SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks Art Show, which is open to all South Dakota citizens age 60 and older. Entries will be accepted at the South Dakota Health Care Association Office located at 804 N Western Avenue, Sioux Falls, Oct. 1-5 from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. Entry forms are available at www.sdhca.org by following the SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks link or call 1-800-952-3052. The Exhibit Show will be held Nov. 1-2 in the Jerstad Center at the Good Samaritan Society National Campus in Sioux Falls. Free public admission to the Exhibit Show. SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks was created to showcase the talent and creativity of South Dakotans 60 and older. Tealwood Senior Living, Good Samaritan Society, Tieszen Memorial Home, Dow Rummel Village, Clarkson Health Care, Westhills Village Retirement Community, Fischer Rounds & Associates, Jenkins Living Center, Imagery Photography and Sisson Printing. This year’s artwork for the poster titled, “Victory” was created by last year’s People’s Choice winner, Dennis Linn of Rapid City. To receive an entry form contact: SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks, 804 N Western Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD 57104 or call LuAnn Severson, SDHCA, 339-2071 or 1-800-952-3052. Entry forms and entry information may also be found by visiting www.sdhca.org and follow the SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks link. “The second half of life is full of creative growth and fulfillment, and SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks demonstrates that reality,” said SDHCA Dakota MasterWorks Coordinator LuAnn Severson. The competition is open to every citizen of South Dakota age 60 and older. The winning entries will be exhibited at various sites throughout South Dakota following the Sioux Falls Show. Categories include watercolor painting, oil painting, acrylic painting, drawing/pastels, photography, mixed media and wood carving. A first ($75), second ($50), and third ($25) place award will be given in each of the categories. In addition, professional judges will select a Best of Show ($100). A People’s Choice ($100) will also be awarded. Two entries are allowed from each entrant completed within the past three years. Corporate sponsors include Welcov Healthcare, Mead Update MV Shopper 665-5884 MV Shopper M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y In Print and Online! M I S S O U R I VA L L E Y Donates to YHS Booster Club PHOTO: DAKOTA TERRITORIAL MUSEUM Thank you to everyone who stopped and saw us down at Riverboat Days. It sure was a busy weekend. Amongst everything going on, we received our Model T (pictured above) for the Children’s Museum on Sunday. It sure is a beauty, and we thank David and Bubble Mensch for allowing us to purchase the vehicle. It will be a great addition to the museum when we get her ready for display. Over the weekend, we also made it official — yes an opening date has been set! Mark your calendars for Dec. 15, 2018. We will officially be open to the public that day, and we have a Vintage Christmas event planned. Watch for more details. Everyone is encouraged to join the Yankton County Historical Society. Among the many benefits you also receive free admission to the museum. Contact us today to become a member, or check out our website for more information. Are you still looking for another way to help? There are many ways you can get involved. Our Schwan’s Cares campaign is still an opportunity, as well as our anniversary registries that are still active at Menards and Kopetsky’s Ace Hardware. If you would like to help, please contact the Dakota Territorial Museum at 610 Summit Street (in FR Ope EE & Westside Park), on Facen to book/Dakota Territorial SDSU SE Research Farm Pub the Museum, visit us online at lic Thursday, September 6, 2018 www.dakotaterritorialmuseum.org or www.meadbuilding.org, or call us at 605-665-3898. Fall Field Day 9:30am to 2:30pm Field Day Topics Include: The right job is just one click away. www.missourivalleyshopper.com In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 • Annual Forages • Grazing Impacts on Grain Yield • Soil Health and Grazing • Rye as Cover Crop/Forage Production • Grain Market Overview •Feedlot Profitability Factors • Advanced Beef Reproductive Strategies 29974 University Road, Beresford, SD 6 miles west of Beresford on Highway 46 and 2.75 Miles South on University Road For more information call 605-563-2989 ruth.stevens@sdstate.edu peter.sexton@sdstate.edu Pictured left to right: Hilary Eidsness, YHS Booster Club PR Committee; Chasity Feser, YHS Booster Club President; and Beth Rye, Missouri Valley Shopper Marketing Representative. The Missouri Valley Shopper recently presented the Yankton High School Booster Club with a generous donation. This donation was made possible through the area businesses that participated with advertising on the Yankton High School Athletic calendars. The Missouri Valley Shopper wishes to thank the Booster Club for the many great things they do and also sincere thanks to the businesses for their sponsorship of the athletic calendar. The businesses that generously sponsored the athletic calendar are: Affordable Self Storage Applied Engineering Charlie’s Pizza/Chuck Stop Chesterman Company Collision Center (The) Czeckers Sports Bar & Grill Dakota Archery & Outdoor Sports Dakota Plains Ag Center, LLC Ear, Nose & Throat Associates, PC First Chiropractic Centers, PC First Dakota National Bank Fox Stop (The) H&H Roofing Hydro Koch Insurance Kolberg-Pioneer, Inc. Larry’s Heating & Cooling M.T. & R.C. Smith Insurance Mead Lumber Midwest Insurance Agency, Inc. Northtown Automotive Olson’s Pest Technicians Parker (formerly Baldwin Filters) Peloton RTEC, Inc. Shurco Slowey Construction, Inc. State Farm-Roy Wilcox Vishay Yankton Medical Clinic, PC Yankton Motorsports Yankton Surgical Associates, PC
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