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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com September 17, 2019 • Page 3 Dissertation Panel To Be Highlighted At The 2019 South Dakota Indian Education Summit PIERRE, S.D. – The Office of Indian Education will showcase the inaugural Dissertation Panel at the 2019 South Dakota Indian Education Summit, which will be held Sept. 22-24 at the Ramkota in Pierre. The panel will consist of Indigenous professionals who have completed their doctorate degree and others who have completed their doctorate degree and have researched on Indigenous education. The panel will share their own dissertations and aspects of the dissertation process. Summit participants will learn how scholarship impacts our Indigenous communities. Panel members are: Laurel Vermillion, Ph.D., President of Sitting Bull College Cherie Farlee, Ed.D., Tribal Education Director for the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Sherry Johnson, Ph.D., Tribal Education Director for the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribe Twyla Baker, Ph.D., President of the Nueta Hidatsa Sahnish College Derek Stewart, Ed.D., Instructor at Sitting Bull College Nora Antoine, Ph.D., Director for Regional Impact at Leadership for Educational Equity The summit will begin Sunday evening with a welcome dinner and featured speaker, Mandy Smoker Broaddus of Education Northwest. Monday morning will be the opening ceremony with a keynote address from Barry Dunn, President of South Dakota State University. Other featured speakers are Dr. Ann Maria De Mars, CEO of 7 Generation Games and Dr. Twyla Baker. The summit will also feature 50-minute sessions and 80-minute workshops with various topics that include the Oceti Sakowin Essential Understandings, culturally responsive practices, incorporating Lakota language and culture using technology, Native Knowledge 360° at the National Museum of the American Indian, teaching Native youth through video game design principles, increasing school board proficiency in Indian Country, and other Native education topics. To learn more and register, visit http:// indianeducation. sd.gov. SD Army National Guard Names Recreational Trails Receive Funding Soldier, NCO Of The Year PIERRE – Governor Kristi Noem has and Pierson Ranch-Chief White Crane Conawarded Recreational Trails Program nector Trail. (RTP) funding to several cities, trail “These project sponsors have shown By Pfc. Alexis Stevens sharp." also to improve their peers groups and state parks totaling $1,358,113. a strong commitment to improving their The federal assistance program provides communities and state parks and recrea29th Mobile Public Voight and Schoeberl and subordinates as well. up to 80 percent reimbursement for trailtion areas. They’re making South Dakota Affairs Detachment will advance to the "It gives me a better related development and maintenance a better place to live, work, and play,” RAPID CITY, S.D. Region 6 Best Warrior sense of a baseline of projects. said Governor Noem. “These projects will The South Dakota Army Competition, which is where Soldiers should The following applicants were awarded undoubtedly benefit future generations of National Guard selected scheduled to be held in be in their training," said grants for trail construction and upgrades: South Dakotans and encourage more famifour enlisted Soldiers and May 2020 in South Dakota. Voight. "I know I have not •Black Hills Nordic Ski Club – Trial lies to enjoy the outdoors together.” six non-commissioned They will face competitors been training them [in $7,259 The Recreational Trails Program is officers to compete in from Alaska, Idaho, some of these tasks] and I Groomer and Signs, •City of Crooks – Sunset Park Trail funded by the Federal Highway Administhe state's Best Warrior Montana, North Dakota, need to work on that." Extension, $57,750 tration and administered in South Dakota Competition in Rapid City Oregon, Washington and Like any event, the •City of Pierre – Griffin Park Trail Reha- by the Department of Game, Fish and and Sturgis, Sept. 6-8, to Wyoming. organizers also learn and bilitation, $95,000 Parks. The funds come from the Federal identify the next Soldier "I am excited to be grow as they try to make •City of Spearfish – Recreational Trail Highway Trust Fund and represent a porand Non-commissioned able to further compete in the competition more Extension, $100,000 tion of the motor fuel excise tax collected Officer of the Year. regionals," said Schoeberl. challenging each year. •Trailbusters Snowmobile Club, Beresfrom non-highway recreational fuel use. At the conclusion of "It is a chance to meet new "There is always room ford, Snowmobile Trail The five-person citizen RTP Advisory the three-day competition, people and grow in my for improvement," said Council reviewed the applications and two individuals were training." Couser. "I encourage these Groomer, $194,800 •Yankton County – HWY 52 Trail Resur- made recommendations to Governor named victors. Sgt. 1st The competition and Soldiers to let us know Noem. Class Brian Voight, 109th the training, involvedth, 16th & 17th •went good and what facing, $129,618 what 1-3:00PM nd rd th December 2 & 3 9 & 10 Additional grants were awarded for For more information on this program, Regional Support Group, preparing for it provides went bad because we want Bring the competitors trail improvement projects at the followcontact Randy Kittle, Grants Coordinator, was named the SDARNG's Your Cameras! not only to make this bigger and ing locations: The Black Hills Snowmobile at 605.773.5490 or by e-mail at randy.kitNon-commissioned Officer with the opportunity to better for future events." Trail System, George S. 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