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January 7, 2020 • Page 6 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com SDSU Extension Releases Dakota And Lakota Traditional Games Resource Guide “WHEN I WAS LOOKING FOR A JOB, I PUT THE CLASSIFIEDS TO WORK!” Our Help Wanted Listings Have Hundreds Of Opportunities For You... easy-to-use and promotes physical activities • Full-Time for families, teachers in classrooms, tribal • Part-Time programs, and museum • Permanent presenters, among others,” • Temporary said Prairey Walkling, SDSU Extension Family and Community Health Field Specialist. Content was provided by Jeremy Red Eagle, 319 Walnut • Yankton, SD member of the Sisseton 605.665.5884 Wahpeton Oyate who is currently employed at the Sisseton Wahpeton College as an apprentice learning the Dakota Language, and Mike Marshall, a Lakota artist of the Sicangu Lakota. The project was coordinated by Walkling. 1315 Drivers 1320 Medical Education 1325 A partner in these efforts is the International Yankton Transit is seeking a Full-time CNA/NA Crofton Community Traditional Games Society part-time driver, Class C, CDL 12 hour night position 10:30 School with passenger endorsement of Montana, which aims pm-7:00am. Spend quality is seeking a special educapreferred, but will help in gettime with our sisters while tion high school para-profesto recover, restore and ting CDL. Salary, depends on providing nursing care in our sional for immediate hire. re-introduce traditional experience. Pick up an applica28-bed private long-term Call 402-388-2440 or email tion at 901 E. 7th St., Yankton, games. The games were care center. No computer clook@croftonwarriors.org SD 57078, 605-665-4610. YT is an EOE. BROOKINGS, S.D. SDSU Extension recently released a resource guide on traditional Dakota and Lakota games. The free, downloadable guide contains six traditional Dakota games and six traditional Lakota games, including photos, instructions on how to play and how to craft the game pieces. “The resource is charting. Includes rotating weekends/holidays. Benefits available. Apply at Sacred Heart Monastery 1005 West 8th St Yankton, SD 57078 605-668-6284 1340 Honoring the tradition, St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain, South Dakota, seeks an Family Service Counselor Responsible for student counseling, providing communication between St. Joseph’s Indian School and the family and/or custodian for each student, and coordination of services in an effort to meet the individual needs of the child. Master’s Degree (Counseling, Sociology, or Psychology). Licensure preferred. Option to apply for loan repayment program. 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