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September 18, 2018 • Page 14 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Cultural Heritage Center To Participate In 14th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Museum Day Event PIERRE, S.D. -- On Saturday, Sept. 22, all visitors to the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre will be welcomed free of charge courtesy of Smithsonian magazine. This is the 14th anniversary of the event across the nation, and the sixth since the Museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society became a Smithsonian Affiliate. The event represents the Smithsonian’s commitment to make museums accessible to everyone across all 50 states by providing free admission to patrons, like the admissions policy of Smithsonian museums in Washington, D.C. Last year’s event drew more than 200,000 visitors nationwide, and 2018 promises to be even bigger. “We are delighted to participate in this program with our partners at the Smithsonian and many other museums around the nation,” said Jay Smith, museum director. “It will be great to see thousands of people taking advantage of this unique opportunity to visit some of the best museums in the world, and we are proud to stand alongside so many of our colleagues participating in this project.” The museum at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre became an Affiliate of the Smithsonian Institu- AUCTIONS tion in January 2013. On Sept. 22, the museum will also be conducting its annual “Traditional Arts Day” program with American Indian artists demonstrating their craft activities from 10 a.m.4 p.m. CDT. There will also be a showing of the Smithsonian Channel™ film “Pocahontas: Beyond the Myth” at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Visitors to the Museum of the South Dakota State Historical Society will be admitted free of charge on Sept. 22, but if they want to visit other participants in Museum Day, visitors merely need to visit Smithsonian.com/museumday, fill out a short form, and The right job is just one click away. they will receive free tickets to the Cultural Heritage Center and other participating institutions. Museum Day tickets are valid on Sept. 22 only. At the Cultural Heritage Center, kids 17 and under are always admitted for free. “This is a great opportunity to come out and enjoy Traditional Arts Day,” said Jay D. Vogt, director of the South Dakota State Historical Society. “People can also visit the ‘Spirit of the 70s’ exhibit, which has proven to be quite popular over the summer.” The museum is open from 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. CDT Monday through Saturday, and 1-4:30 p.m. on Sundays and most holidays. Call 605-773-3458 for more information about exhibits, special events and upcoming activities. www.missourivalleyshopper.com In Print and Online! Call 665-5884 Yankton County Land AUCTION Tuesday, Sept. 25 -- 10 a.m. Auction will be held on site from Yankton SD, travel 10 miles west on Hwy 50 and then 1 mile south on 430th Avenue D E REAL ESTATE consists of 159 +/- acres of unimproved crop ground with some timber on the south end of the parcel. Surety Agridata shows the the tillable ground to have a highly impressive productivity rating of 85 with the predominate soils being EganEthan-Trent complex, Wentworth silty clay, and Egan-Wentworth complex. This tract of land drains well and the tillable acres have a slope of 0 to 2 and 1 to 6 percent slopes. This is a very high producing piece that is also perfectly located for future development projects. This land also offers excellent deer and turkey hunting opportunities LL CE N LEGAL DESCRIPTION: S 1/2 of SE 1/4 5-93-57 and N 1/2 of NE 1/4 8-93-57 Yankton County, South Dakota A C TERMS & CONDITIONS: Cash sale with 10% non refundable down payment day of auction with the balance due at closing which will be on or before October 25, 2018. Possession will be on March 1, 2019. Title insurance and closing service fees will be split 50-50 between buyer and seller. Announcements day of the auction will take precedence over promotional material. Peterson Auctioneers are representing the seller. Robert, Vicki, and Ardis Dummett, Owners Peterson Auctioneers Glen Peterson, RE #234 www.petersonauctioneers.com Lee Wittmeier - Tyndall, SD Cody Peterson - Avon, SD MACHINERY AUCTION THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 2018 10:00 AM JD 4440, JD 4430, JD 568 ROUND BALER, JD 9500 COMBINE We will sell the following at public auction located at 29312 467th Ave. Centerville, SD. From the I-29 Centerville Exit #50 go 3 ¼ miles west on 294th street; ¾ mile north on 467th Avenue. Auctioneer Note: Pat has started his new HVAC business and will sell his line of farm machinery at auction. There are no small items so be on time. This auction will feature items ready for use this fall. For more information and pictures visit www.westraatkins.com. Tractors: 1981 John Deere 4440, powershift, 13,605 hrs., AC, wheel weights, 18.4-38 tires; 1975 John Deere 4430, quad, 18.4-38 tires, AC, wheel weight, front fenders, new seat, 13,395 hours. Combine/Heads: John Deere 9500 combine; excellent tires, mud hog, chopper, new out auger; John Deere 843 corn head; John Deere 925 bean head; John Deere 444 38’’ corn head; 2- header carts. Semi/Trailer: 1991 Mack semi, 10 speed, wet kit, all new tires, sleeper, AC, 738,083 miles; 2002’ Dakota grain trailer, 40’, steel. Trailers: 2014 PJ 5th wheel, 25’ deck, 5’ dovetail, dually axles; 2013 Load Trail car trailer, 18’, ramps. Backhoe: Case 580 Super L backhoe, 8,281 hours. Farm Machinery: JD 568 round baler; 18,308 bales, monitor; Parker 7000 grain cart, dual axle; FarmKing 1060 auger, 10’’, hopper; Mayrath 10x31 pto auger; 2- 350 bu. Parker gravity wagons; 2- New Holland 116 hydro swings; JD 400 rotary Hoe; JD 265 disc mower; JD 2350-2450 7 bottom plow; JD 2600 5 bottom plow; JD AW 14’ disk; Brady 14’ stalk chopper; Beefco 5 wheel 3pt. rake; JD 15’ stalk chopper; Kewanne 370 28’ field cultivator; Hesston 8 wheel VRake. Misc. Items: 1000 gal. water tank; 500 gal. water tank; misc. tile and culverts; 200 gal. truck fuel tank, 16 gpm electric pump; 2-40 gal. L-shape fuel tanks; JD weight bracket, misc. cylinders. Consigned Items by Troy Anderson: 1981 IH 6788 2+2, 7,364 hrs., 2000 on a reman engine, 18.4R-38 tires, 9 bolt hubs; CIH 1660 combine, SN36318, 4,617 hrs., IH 466, tires 70%; CIH 6 row corn head, 30’’; CIH 1020 20’ bean head. Read and Recycle Ron’s Auto Glass Home Auto Business Glass Repair & Replacement 605-665-9841 1915 Broadway Street, Yankton www.ronsautoglass.com YOUR RADIATOR HEADQUARTERS! • Great Parts • Great Warranty On-Hand & In-Stock! NO WAITING! Cox Auto 1007 Broadway Ave Yankton, SD 605•665•4494 CROP FARM LAND FOR SALE Parcel 1: 133 +/- acres The Northeast Quarter (NE1/4), except Lots One, Two, Three, Four, Five, Six and Seven as platted in Book S6, page 11A, and excepting Lots Eight, Nine and Ten as platted in Book S13, page 131, and further excepting Lot One A as platted in Book S11, page 9, and excepting Lot Four A as platted in Book S18, page 158), all in Section Twenty-Four (24), Township Ninety-Five (95) North, Range Fifty-Six (56) West of the 5th PM, Yankton County, South Dakota . Location: US Hwy 81, West side of Highway next to the Schramm Housing Development Parcel 2: 78 +/- acres The South Half of the Southeast Quarter of section Thirteen (13) township Ninety-Five (95) North, Range Fifty-Six (56), West of the 5th PM Yankton County, South Dakota.. Location: US Highway 81 and 300th Street (Lesterville Rd) Parcel 3: 26 +/- acres The North Half (N1/2) of the Government Lot Two (2) in the Northwest Quarter (NW1/4), Section Eighteen (18), Township NinetyFive (95)North, Range Fifty-Five (55) West of the 5th PM Yankton County, South Dakota. Location: US Highway 81, East side of Highway before the Jim River Bridge IF INTERESTED, PLEASE MAIL BIDS TO: Willard Schramm Family Land, P Box 272, Yankton, SD, 57078. .O. Please specify which parcel(s) you are interested in All bids must be received by September 28th, 2018. If you have any questions regarding the property, please contact Joe Schramm @ 563-340-2409 All bids must have a certified letter from financial institute of fund availability or proof of the ability to financially purchase included with written bid. SERIOUS INQUIRES ONLY! Dakota At Home By Gov. Dennis Daugaard Aging can be a difficult thing. Whether it’s harder on the one growing older, or their loved ones, I’m not sure. When a spouse or a parent grows older and starts to need help with everyday tasks, there are many difficult decisions to make. You want them to be close, to have as much independence as possible and you want to be there as much as you can. Many families are dealing with these decisions today. As the Baby Boomer generation has aged, South Dakota is seeing a growing need for services. That need will continue to grow: By 2035, it is estimated that within our state the number of elders (65 and older) will increase by 84 percent and the number of elders with disabilities is expected to be 71 percent higher than it is today. Anticipating these changes, we are redoubling our efforts to ensure that South Dakotans can access a variety of long-term services and supports. Last year, I signed an executive order to establish the Division of Long-Term Services and Supports, within the Department of Human Services. This reorganization aims to create a more integrated approach to providing long-term services in South Dakota and to ensure that people get the services they need within their own communities. The Division supports individuals 60 years and older as well as adults with disabilities. Following the reorganization, we have focused on a program called “Dakota at Home” which assists elders, those with disabilities and caregivers by pairing them with services offered in their communities. These services are designed to help people stay in their homes as long as possible. For instance, those who qualify can receive assistance with day-to-day household tasks like grocery shopping, meal preparation, laundry, vacuuming, sweeping and dusting. “Personal care” is available as well for individuals who need a hand with routine personal hygiene tasks. We also work with our local partners to offer “adult day services” which allow individuals to spend a part of their day outside of the home through structured activities. And Emergency Response Systems are available for those who may be at risk for falls. Caregiving can exact a heavy emotional, physical and financial toll. It can be especially difficult for those who are juggling full-time work schedules while acting as caregivers for other family members. To make things easier, we offer caregiver services throughout the state. “Respite Care” is available – which can provide some temporary relief for caregivers who need a break. Counseling and training is also available. Some caregivers may be eligible for a program which provides financial assistance for supporting everyday activities. There’s no need to navigate the system on your own. The process of aging is difficult enough as it is, so we have people throughout the state who are ready to help. You can reach the Dakota at Home advocates by calling 1-833-663-9673 or visiting DakotaAtHome.org. Call today, and find help to allow more South Dakotans to live longer, healthier, more fulfilled lives at home in their own communities. Oct. 15 Deadline For Urban And Community Forestry Grant PIERRE, S.D. — South Dakota communities are encouraged to apply for a 2018 Urban and Community Forestry Comprehensive Challenge Grant. Applications and accompanying documentation must be submitted to South Dakota Department of Agriculture’s Division of Resource Conservation and Forestry (SDDA RC&F) by Oct. 15, 2018. The Challenge Grant can be used to help communities solve specific community forestry problems or demonstrate the importance of trees and urban forests in our communities. Projects must be for trees or tree management on public land or in public right of ways and have a maximum request of $5,000. Funds for professional services, tree inventories and assessments, and training and education are limited to $5,000, while existing tree care and maintenance and new tree plantings are limited to $1,000 per project. Applicants are limited to one tree planting project per fiscal year. Communities must contribute an equal match for all funds awarded which can be met through cash or in-kind contributions. Looking for the best deal in town? Check the CLASSIFIEDS! For more pictures and information visit www.westraatkins.com Pat Carlson 605-553-0420 Joel A. Westra Auctioneer, Chancellor, SD 605-957-5222 Joel R. Westra Auctioneer, Centerville, SD 605-310-6941 Pete Atkins, Auctioneer, Tea, SD 605-351-9847 Craig Atkins, Auctioneer, Tea, SD 605-351-9850 MV Shopper 319 Walnut St. Yankton, SD 57078 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 605-665-5884
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