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The Compassionate Friends (TCF) support group meets the first Thursday of each month at 7pm at Great Plains Lutheran High School in Watertown. June 9, 2014-April 30, 2015 - Building A Community Exhibit Codington County Museum - For more info Call (605) 886-7335 June 9 - Watertown Banquet Grace Lutheran Church - 5:30pm June 10 - Joy Ranch Faith Family Night Session 1- 5:30pm - Call Betsy at (605) 886-4622 for more info June 12 - Arts Night at Dempsey's Pub Call Ann at (605) 880-9285 for more info June 13-15 - Coca Cola Classic Youth Baseball Tournament Call Chad at (605) 868-2145 for more info June 13-14 - SD Jr. Hereford Association Field Day Codington County Extension Complex - Call Darla at (605) 882-3000 ext. 108 for more info June 14-15 - 16th Annual Watertown JO Classic Slowpitch Invitational - Koch Complex - Call (605) 884-4469 for more info June 14 - Hospital Hill Run - Proceeds benefit the Prairie Lakes Caring Club House Call Kris Munger at (605) 882-7719 for more info June 15 - Casino Speedway Toys for Tots Night 5:45pm - call Todd Brink at (605) 881-1781 June 17 - Joy Ranch Faith Family Night Session 1- 5:30pm Call Betsy at (605) 886-4622 for more info July 18-19 - Cookin' on Kampeska (Save the Date) August 17 - Watertown's South Dakota 125th Anniversary Celebration - Joy Ranch - 3pm Sept. 30-Oct. 7 - Travel with us to Germany & Austria Call (605) 886-5814 for more info Don't forget to thank these fine businesses for supporting your Community Calendar!! Remember to submit your EVENT at www.LakeAreaTidbits. com Click on Community Event Submission Page, & submit your event…it's that easy…or you can mail your event to Tidbits Community Event, P.O. Box 313, Big Stone City, SD 57216-0313

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New VA Health Program Draws Praise from Vets The spotlight on delayed medical care at a number of Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers has overshadowed some recent good news about the VA’s PACT program, its method of providing personalized primary care. PACT (Patient Aligned Care Teams) was started in 2010 as a team approach to the wellness of individual veterans by using health plans with care provided at clinics and online via eHealth. Teams are made up of nurse care managers, clinical associates, providers and administrative associates, in tandem with nutritionists, social workers and pharmacists. Appointments with specialists are easily arranged. Sounds pretty good, doesn’t it ... individualized medical attention. The veterans who receive

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these services like it, too, according to a VA news release. Here are some of the stats: • Using secure electronics such as telehealth video conferencing, email messaging, home-based monitoring, phone calls and group meetings, the number of interactions with veterans increased 50 percent. • Of veterans asking for a same-day appointment with their personal provider, 65 percent got it. Of those who asked for a specific appointment date, 78 percent were accommodated. In the past year, care during non-business hours increased 75 percent. • More than 70 percent of veterans who are discharged from the hospital are contacted within two days to make sure they understand their instructions and to see how they’re doing. • Mental-health care services, also a component of PACT, increased 18 percent. • As a result of PACT, there’s been a 33 percent decrease in the number of veterans needing urgent care, and hospital admissions decreased 12 percent for acute conditions. The bottom line? In a PACT satisfaction survey, over 90 percent of veterans had positive assessments of both inpatient and outpatient care. Freddy Groves regrets that he cannot personally answer reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@ gmail.com. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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June 16 - Big Stone City 130th Anniversary Meeting will be held at the Community Center at 7pm...come & help make this an event to remember! Anyone interested in Summer Rec. can pick up an application at the City Office. If you have questions or need more info, Contact Donna at (605) 862-8121 Big Stone City Library Big Stone City Summer Reading Program - FIZZ, BOOM, READ - Held each Wednesday from 12:30 - 1:45 - Contact Janelle Kelly during library hours or email her at bslibrary12@hotmail.com for more info. *ATTENTION: We have some High School Students who are raising money for the opportunity to explore the arts in New York. From NOW - JULY 1, they will rake yards, wash windows, babysit, etc. ...excellent Gift Idea, for more info call (605) 237-3087 Don't forget the first Wednesday of the month you can get free blood pressure checks from 2pm-3pm at the Big Stone City Branch Library.

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June 19 - Little Miss Estelline Contest - Gazebo Park - 7pm June 20 - Estelline Rodeo Days June 21 - Estelline Rodeo Days Rural School Museum Open from 9 am to noon on Saturdays. Recycle Days are on the first and third Monday of every month. if a holiday falls on Monday, the service will be delayed one day. ESTELLINE NURSING CARE CENTER June 10 - Craft Project - 9:30am June 10 - Bingo - 2pm June 10 - Bible Study - 3:30pm June 10 - Evening Program - 6pm June 11 - Weather Watcher June 11 - Puzzle Day June 11 - Gazebo Gathering - 2pm June 11 - Evening Program - 6pm

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June 12 - Catholic Services - 9:30am June 12 - Dakota Poker - 2pm June 12 - Evening Program - 6pm June 13 - Music/Massage - 9:30am June 13 - Bingo - 2pm June 13 - Walks - 3:30pm June 13 - Evening Program - 6pm June 14 - FLAG DAY June 14 - Maureen fixes hair June 14 - Bingo - 2pm June 14 - Nail Care June 15 - FATHER'S DAY June 15 - Mass on TV - 10am June 15 - Coffee - 2:45pm June 15 - Church Services - 4pm - Pastor Enderie June 15 - Evening Program - 6pm June 16 - Coffee & Conversation 9:30am June 16 - Card Bingo - 2pm June 16 - Noodle Ball - 3:30pm June 16 - Evening Program - 6pm June 17 - Adopt a Cat Story Day - 9:30 June 17 - Bingo - 2pm June 17 - Bible Study - 3:30pm

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Too Many Pets? DEAR PAW’S CORNER: Is it possible to have too many pets? My neighbor’s two children were proudly showing off their numerous house pets during their first-communion party a few days ago. They have four budgies, two rabbits, a cat, a dog and an iguana! Isn’t this a bit much for two young children to handle? -- Concerned Next Door DEAR CONCERNED: If the pets all appeared to be well-cared for, then it’s probably not a problem. And without knowing anything about the situation, I’m willing to bet that the iguana is cared for by the parents, since their care and feeding is pretty tricky. With caged pets -- like birds, rabbits and lizards -- it’s usually pretty simple to tell whether they’re receiving good care. If their cages are really dirty (piles of waste, very smelly sawdust bedding) and if there isn’t clean water available, then there is likely a problem. With other pets, behavior and living area can be signs. Was the dog badly behaved, or was it well-socialized, or kept in a quiet room to stay calm during the party? Did you notice or smell an overflowing litter box?

If none of these signs were apparent, then the family is probably taking pretty good care of all their pets. The fact that the kids proudly showed off their pets to party guests is a good sign. With younger kids, parents’ involvement in keeping, caring for and training pets is important. Parents have the opportunity to teach children not just responsibility, but awareness of and compassion for other living creatures. In the case of your neighbors, if the pets appear to be cared for, then I’d say the parents are doing their jobs, and you have no more cause for conern. Send your questions or comments to ask@pawscorner.com. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

Philly-Style Hoagies 2 teaspoons olive oil 1 large onion, cut in half and thinly sliced 1 medium green pepper, thinly sliced 1/8 teaspoon salt 1/8 teaspoon coarsely ground pepper 1 package (17 ounces) fully cooked pork or beef roast au jus, sliced, reserving juices 4 (8-inch) soft hero rolls (about 4 ounces each), each split almost in half 8 thin slices Provolone cheese (4 ounces) 1. Preheat broiler. Meanwhile, in nonstick 12-inch skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add onion, green pepper, salt and black pepper, and cook 15 minutes or until vegetables are very soft and browned, stirring occasionally. Stir in sliced meat with its juices and cook about 2 minutes until heated through. 2. Spread rolls open and place, cut sides down, on large cookie sheet. With broiler rack at closest position to heat source, toast rolls about 1 minute or just until browned. Turn rolls over and toast cut sides 2 to 3 minutes longer, until browned. 3. Place one-fourth meat mixture with pan juices in each roll. Top each with 2 slices of Provolone, overlapping if necessary. Place sandwiches in broiler and broil about 30 seconds or just until cheese melts. Makes 4 main-dish servings. • Each serving: About 635 calories, 42g protein, 67g carbohydrate, 23g total fat (9g saturated), 5g fiber, 92mg cholesterol, 1,380mg sodium. For thousands of triple-tested recipes, visit our website at www.goodhousekeeping.com/recipefinder/. © 2014 Hearst Communications, Inc. All rights reserved

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June 20 - Toronto Daze - Unique Entertainment at Rick's Bar - 9pm June 21 - Toronto Daze - 5K Neon Run - 8am Registration in Front of Rick's for more info call Kelli at (605) 690-5280 June 21 - Toronto Daze - CO-ED Softball Tournament June 21 - Toronto Daze - Rick's Motorcycle Poker Run June 21 - Toronto Daze - Toronto Cafe's Car Show at 10am For more info call (605) 794-2541 June 21 - Toronto Daze - Firemen's Benefit Feed - 5:30pm-8pm June 21 - Toronto Daze - Fuzzy Dice Band at 9pm at the Firehall June 22 - Toronto Daze - CO-ED Softball Tournament June 22 - Toronto Daze - Bean Bag Tourney at 3pm at Rick's For more info call Rick's at (605) 794-7425 City Park & Camping: 4 camp sites are available at the City Park. Sewer/water/electrical hookups. $15 per night / $10 per night after 7 nights Reservations are accepted by e-mail to Toronto@itctel.com or by calling 605-794-2351. Don't forget to thank these fine businesses for supporting your Community Calendar!! Remember to submit your EVENT at www. LakeAreaTidbits.com Click on Community Event Submission Page, & submit your event…it's that easy!

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Vintage Valentines Q: During the 1950s, one of my first jobs was working at a Texaco service station in a suburb of San Antonio. I began collecting such things as oil cans, signage, maps and premiums. I have several boxes of these items in storage, and I wonder what they might be worth. -- Steve, West Memphis, Ark. A: One of the better references for this field of collecting is “Warman’s Gas Station Collectibles: Identification and Price Guide” by Mark F. Moran and published by Krause Books. There are current prices for such items as cans, bottles, signs, globes and even gas pumps. Incidentally, many of the gas pumps from the 1930s and ‘40s have become extremely popular with collectors, and some sell for well above $1,000. Prices listed in this guide include a Veltex glass globe, $1,300; a Shell oil rack, $375; a quart can of Texaco 574 oil, $60; a toy Texaco truck by Buddy L, $100-plus, and two highway maps, one dated 1924, $80 for the pair. •••

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Q: It seems like I’ve been wait- the indie band the Eels at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. ing forever -- when will “True Paul, Minn., singing an Eels song with the band, as Blood” be back? -- Heidi T., via well as Journey classics “Open Arms” and “Lovin’, email Touchin’, Squeezin’.” He sounded absolutely fabuA: Your wait is almost over: lous, and I hope this is an indication that he is ready “True Blood” returns to HBO for its seventh (and fi- to step back into the spotlight, make a new album and nal) season June 22 at 9 p.m. I spoke with series star go on tour. Amelia Rose Blaire, who plays ••• newly turned vampire (who just READERS: It’s time to anhappens to be the late-Gov. Trunounce the fate of your favorman Burrell’s daughter) Willa ite (or not-so-favorite) ABC Burrell, and she gave me some shows from the 2013-14 season. scoops on the hit supernatural seGood news first -- the renewed ries’ final season: shows are: “America’s Funniest “Generally, I think fans are goHome Videos,” “The Bachelor,” ing to be really happy. The writ“Castle,” “Dancing With the ers and everyone are doing a Stars,” “The Goldbergs,” “Grey’s wonderful job. Everyone wants Anatomy,” “Marvel’s Agents of to make this the best ending to S.H.I.E.L.D.,” “The Middle,” ‘True Blood’ that they can possi“Modern Family,” “Nashville,” bly make. Everyone is putting in “Once Upon a Time,” “Resurrec110 percent, and it is going to be tion,” “Revenge,” “Scandal” and epic.” “Shark Tank.” Shows that won’t be She also told me a bit about returning for 20014-15 are: “The how the cast is holding up during Assets,” “Back in the Game,” “Bethese last few months of shooting, trayal,” “Killer Women,” “Lucky knowing that the series is com7,” “Mind Games,” “Mixology,” ing to an end: “We’re going to be Amelia Rose Blaire “The Neighbors,” “Once Upon a shooting until June, maybe even Time in Wonderland,” “SuburgaJuly, so right now I don’t have much of that ‘it’s all tory,” “Super Fun Night” and “Trophy Wife.” going to be over soon’ feeling. But I’m positive that Write to Cindy at King Features Weekly Service, P.O. Box 536475, Orlando, FL as it comes closer, that it’s going to affect everyone, 32853-6475; or e-mail her at letters@cindyelavsky.com. because most of the cast and most of the crew have 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. been here since season one. They’ve been working together seven years, which is an incredible amount of time to spend with someone.” ••• Q: I read in “Billboard” last month that Journey and Steve Perry were not going to reunite, despite the rumors to the contrary. What can you tell me about that? -- Peter F., Tempe, Ariz. A: Neal Schon of Journey has indeed spoken out against the rumors of a Journey reunion with Steve Perry. In fact, the rock band is presently touring with current lead singer Arnel Pineda. However, last month, Steve Perry made a rare and unannounced appearance (he hasn’t sung publicly since 1995) with


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by Samantha Weaver • It was famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright who made the following sage observation: “Many wealthy people are little more than janitors of their possessions.â€? • According to statisticians, about 200 people a year die while watching -- not playing -- football. • Collective nouns are fascinating, especially when one kind of animal has multiple ones that can be used. Take ducks, for instance: A group of them can be called a flock, a badling, a brace, a plump, a sord or a waddling. If you see them on water you can call them a bunch, a

paddling or a raft; and a group of ducks flying together is known variously as a skein, a string or a team. • Noted industrialist John D. Rockefeller was the son of a notorious con man, William Avery Rockefeller. • It takes about one minute for blood to make a complete circuit of your body. • The 1950s TV show “The Adventures of Supermanâ€? starred George Reeves, and for the rest of his short life he was best known for that title role. After his untimely death at the age of 45, he was buried in the same suit he wore as Clark Kent on the show. • Those who study such things say that more babies are born after the new moon and the full moon than at any other time of the month. Interestingly, more girls are born after the new moon, and more boys after the full moon.

• For one week in April of 1964, the top five songs on the Billboard chart were all by The Beatles. That also was the year that the band had a whopping 31 songs on the charts. Š 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. Answers on page 14


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be helpful. You can request “Valentine Writer,” its newsletter, at P.O. Box 647, Franklin Lakes, NJ 07417, nancyrosen@aol.com, and info@valentinecollectors.com. ••• Q: I have a set of Puss ‘n Boots salt and pepper shakers marked “Shawnee.” Are they collectible? -- Margaret, Manitowoc, Wisc. A: The Shawnee Pottery Company was founded in 1937 in Zanesville, Ohio. The company produced more than 100,000 pieces of pottery each working day, so examples are fairly plentiful. Your S&P set is probably worth about $15.

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Q: While cleaning out my mom’s house, I found a shoebox full of valentines from the 1930s and ‘40s. She was a schoolteacher, and they appear to be ones that were given to her by her former students. Are they worth keeping? -- Stella, Sun City, Ariz. A: Some valentines are extremely collectible. For example, ones that feature Disney or cartoon characters, movie themes, Black Americana or unique designs are especially desirable. There are even some political ones, such as a 1937 example with the likeness of Franklin Roosevelt, which would probably retail for about $95. Nancy Rosen is president of the National Valentine Collectors Association, a group formed more than 30 years ago. It currently has about 120 members scattered throughout the country. This group might

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T-ball games start at 6:30 and PeeWee follows about 7:15 Wednesday June 4 @ Waverly          Thursday June 5 Waubay @ Summit Monday June 9 Florence @ Summit June 8-10:30am Thursday June 12 South Shore @ Summit  VBS program at Tuesday June 17 @ Florence Hope Lutheran Monda June 23 Waverly @ Summit with potluck dinner Tuesday June 24 @ South Shore to follow. Tuesday July 8 @ Waubay June 10-9:30am-11:00am-summer reading starts at Summit School. Open to all Summit students who completed K-6th grade. Contact Dawn Wright to register. June 11-Theme contest for Fog Fest ends. Friend us on facebook for more info. Follow us on facebook and twitter. Also check out our website www.seesummitsd.com. Contact Dawn Wright, Community coordinator at thewrights@tnics.com with any questions!

• On June 22, 1611, after spending a winter trapped by ice in presentday Hudson Bay in Canada, the starving crew of the Discovery mutinies against its captain, English navigator Henry Hudson, and sets him, his teenage son, and seven supporters adrift in a small, open boat. Hudson and the others were never seen again. • On June 20, 1782, Congress adopts the Great Seal of the United States. The front of the seal depicts a bald eagle clutching an olive branch in its right talon and arrows in its left. The eagle’s beak clutches a banner inscribed, E pluribus unum, a Latin phrase meaning “Out of Many One.” • On June 17, 1885, The Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States, arrives in New York City in more than 200 packing cases. The last rivet of the disassembled monument was fitted on Oct. 28, 1886. • On June 19, 1917, during World War I, Britain’s King George V orders the British royal family to dispense with the use of German

June 13 - Western Minnesota Autism Supporters Meeting - Pioneer Public TV Station - 6:30pm Appleton Sportsman’s Club Spring/Summer Trap League & Open Trap Shooting will start Wednesday, June 11th at 5:00 p.m. Contact the Club House or (320) 297-1099 if you are interested in trap shooting. Teams need a minimum of 5 people, with a max of 8 people. Send a letter with team name and team members to the Appleton Sportsman’s Club, PO Box 75, Appleton MN 56208. Shooting is open to men, women & kids 16 & under with an adult present. An open meeting for a possible dog park in Appleton will be Thursday, June 12th at 5:30 p.m. at the Appleton Civic Center. The Methodist Church will be having an Ice Cream Social Thursday, June 19th from 3:00-7:00 p.m. The will also be serving Beef Sandwiches, Assorted Salads and Homemade Pies. June Events at the Appleton Public Library: -Thursday, June 12: Bus Trip to Ft. Snelling, St. Paul, MN. Seating is limited, call to register. Any non-profit organization that would like to hold a fundraiser during the 2014 Summer Concert Series is encouraged to contact Tom Rice at 289-135 now. The concerts are Tuesday evenings and start June 17th and run for 6 weeks. APPLETON A's Upcoming games Sunday, June 15 - Minneota - Away - 2:00 p.m. Saturday, June 21 - Dumont - Home - 4:00 p.m. Submit an Appleton event at www.LakeAreaTidbits.com

titles and surnames due to strong anti-German feeling within Britain. He changed the surname of his own family from Saxe-CoburgGotha, to Windsor. • On June 21, 1947, after an interim of seven years during World War II, the first post-war Mille Miglia (“Thousand Miles”) auto race is held in Brescia, Italy with 155 starters. The race on public roads had been delayed two years as Italy’s infrastructure had to be rebuilt. • On June 16, 1961, President John F. Kennedy agrees to send 900 U.S. troops to train and supervise Vietnamese troops in combat. The number of U.S. personnel rose to 3,200 by the end of 1962 and 16,000 by the time of President Kennedy’s assassination in November 1963. • In June 18, 1983, the space shuttle Challenger is launched on its second mission. Aboard the shuttle was Dr. Sally Ride, the first American woman to travel into space. During the six-day mission, Ride, an astrophysicist from Stanford University, operated the shuttle’s robot arm, which she had helped design. © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Inter-Lakes Community Action Program June 9 - Pork Loin w/ Celery Sauce, Baked Potato, Broccoli June 10 - FATHER'S DINNER - Chicken, Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy, Mixed Vegetables June 11 - Tater Tot Casserole June 12 - French Dip Sandwich, Company Potatoes, Peas June 13 - Taco Day, Meat/Vegetables/Salad June 16 - Country Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Carrots June 17 - Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Creamed Corn June 18 - Grilled/Cold Club Sandwich, English Pea Salad

Heather's Bistro & More NOW has Ice Cream!!! YUM!!!!

Clark "Spuds" Teeners 2014 Schedule June 4 - @ White - 6pm June 5 - vs. Clear Lake - 6pm June 11 - @ Huron - 5pm June 13 - @ Lake Norden - 6pm June 16 - vs. Huron - 6pm June 18 - vs. Lake Norden - 6pm June 21 - @ Clear Lake (Round Robin) Game 1 - Clear Lake - 9am Game 2 - Sisseton - 11am June 14 - Congratulations Game 3 - White - 3pm on your Wedding, June 27 - vs. Elkton - 5pm Clyde & Evelyn Bishop... July 8 - @ Elkton 6pm May you have many July 13 - vs. White - 3pm happy years together. July 15 - @ Claremont - 5pm July 24 - Claremont - 6pm July 28-August 1 - @ TBA - Region 6B - TBA August 7-August 9 - @ Northville - State Tourney - TBA

Don't forget to thank these fine businesses for supporting your Community Calendar!! Remember to submit your EVENT at www.LakeAreaTidbits.com Click on Community Event Submission Page, & submit your event…it's that easy!

Potato Day Aug 2, 2014

June 10 - Blood Drive - 12:15pm-5:30pm National History Fair Fundraiser Bean Bag Toss Raffle Tickets are $5 - Drawing to be held June 10 - Contact Jenny DeGreef for tickets or more info at (605) 938-4472

Rendezvous Point Events

June 12 - Youth Art Class - 1pm June 14 - Advanced Canvas & Cork - 12pm June 17 - Basic Canvas & Cork - 6pm June 19 - Cooking Class - 6:30pm

July 25-27 - Harvest Fest & Ranch Rodeo Farmers Market at the City Park at 4:30pm Will be held every Wednesday throughout the summer. Wilmot Public Library 123 Main Street, Wilmot, SD • (605) 938-5698 Hours: Wed 10am-12pm & 1pm-5pm Thursday - 2pm-5pm Friday - 2pm-5pm Saturday - 1pm-4pm

Home of the Wilmot Wolves

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Funky-Smelling Porch By Samantha Mazzotta

Q: I have an enclosed front porch that has a moisture and mildew problem. Even on days that are just humid, not rainy, the porch smells musty and mildewy. There also is a carpet across the porch floor that stays damp. If I take up the carpet, will that cure the problem? -- Doreen in Cleveland A: Carpets retain moisture, so it could be a major contributor to the mildew smell, even if it’s an “indoor/outdoor” type carpet that dries quickly. But another important question is why so much moisture is getting into the enclosed porch area, and why it isn’t drying out quickly enough to prevent mildew. Unseen damage and deterioration are usually the biggest culprits in moisture problems anywhere within a home. You need to look from top to bottom for possible trouble spots. If the porch has an overhanging roof, look for damaged shingles or whether the overhang has pulled slightly away from the walls. Check windows for cracks and the frames for damaged or warping. Look for water stains below window frames and at any potential entry points, such as doors, roof eaves and wall corners. Outside, check the gutter system. Make sure rain gutters are in good repair and note where downspouts are placed and how far from the house they extend. Downspouts that drain next to the foundation can cause all sorts of moisture problems. Extending them is an inexpensive solution. Now it’s time to look underneath that carpet. Wear a filter mask to protect yourself from mold spores, and carefully pull back a corner of the carpet. Underneath, you may find plastic sheeting, an inexpensive moisture prevention method for front porches. The sheeting keeps water from damaging the porch floor, and weather-resistant carpet provides traction. It’s not an optimal solution, but the alternative involves replacing the flooring and improving the underlayment, and that can be expensive.

Lift up that plastic sheeting as well, drawing both carpet and plastic back a foot or so, and check the floorboards. If they appear to be in good condition, that’s a good start. You also need to check underneath the porch to see what the flooring looks like from there. This may be tricky, depending on how your house is built. If the porch extends separately from the foundation, you (or a contractor) can likely shimmy into or shine a flashlight into the crawlspace to check the underside of the floorboards and the joists, and look and smell for mold. If the foundation extends under the porch, access the crawlspace or basement and check under the porch for potential water entry spots. Once you’ve located potential moisture trouble spots, work with a contractor to resolve these problems. Be sure to get estimates from more than one contractor before agreeing to any work. The faster you address the problem, the less expensive it may be to fix.

INSURANCE SOLUTIONS PLUS of Milbank, Inc. Terri Holtquist Independent Insurance Agent/Owner

AUTO • HOME FARM COMMERCIAL HEALTH • LIFE

209 S MAIN. ST. MILBANK, SD 57252 605-432-5884 • FAX 605-432-5876 email: terriholtquist@itcmilbank.com Licensed in SD,MN & ND

Milbank Events June 9 - Drivers Education June 9 - School Board Meeting - 7pm June 9 - Cancer Support Group Call Corrine McCulloch for more info at (605) 432-3290 June 10 - Drivers Education June 10 - Girls Basketball Camp @ Koch & High School - Grades 3-9 June 11 - Drivers Education June 11 - Girls Basketball Camp @ Koch & High School - Grades 3-9 June 11 - AA Meeting - 8pm - Grant County Courthouse Basement June 12 - Drivers Education June 12 - Girls Basketball Camp @ Koch & High School - Grades 3-9 June 12 - Cheeseburger Days - Lake Farley June 13 - Drivers Education June 13 - Girls Basketball Camp @ Koch & High School - Grades 3-9 June 14 - Flag Day June 14 - SDAAU June 14 - Milbank Football Golf Classic - Pine Hills Golf Course Registration at 10am - for more info call (605) 949-1315 June 15 - Father's Day June 15 - SDAAU June 16 - Mornings - Boys Basketball Camp at High School June 16 - Afternoons - Girls Basketball Camp at High School June 16 - Drivers Education - 2nd Classroom Session June 17 - Alzheimer's Support Group June 17 - Mornings - Boys Basketball Camp at High School June 17 - Afternoons - Girls Basketball Camp at High School June 17 - Drivers Education - 2nd Classroom Session

TICKETS ON SALE NOW - Chad Pfeiffer opening for Jerrod Niemann at 8th Annual Farley Fest June 27, 28 & 29 - Call Connie at the Chamber, 605-432-6656 for more info or to purchase your tickets

FARLEY FEST 2014 June 27, 28 & 29th Milbank, SD Tickets on sale now! www.farleyfest.com

Arts In The Park • Burn Out Competition • Q-Fest Milbank Mill • Parade • 5K/10K Run/Walk/Kid's Run Fireworks • Concert • Car Show • Destination Ride

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July 18, 19 & 20 Farkleberry Days

Check back with Tidbits for further details.

Taste the Spirit of Hamlin Cookbooks ON SALE NOW Contact Leah Haug at (605) 881-1315 for more info… Thank-you for supporting the Hamlin Playground Equipment Committee

HEC Library Summer Hours

Thursdays from 10am-1pm in June & July (except July 10)

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Puzzle Answers

June 8 - 2pm - Leonardsville & Toqua Troopers 4-H June 9 - 7:30pm - Almond Highlanders June 10 - 7:30pm - Graceville Ambulance June 11 - 8:30am - Tops June 11 - 6:30pm - Al-Anon June 12 - 7pm - Graceville City Council June 16 - 6:30pm - Monthly School Board Meeting June 18 - 8:30am - Tops June 18 - 6:30pm - Al-Anon June 25 - 8:30am - Tops June 25 - 6:30pm - Al-Anon

COUNTRY CORNER CAFE

Every Friday Night - Fish, Bullhead & Chicken Buffet - 5-7:30pm Every Saturday Night - Prime Rib - 5-8pm

There will not be a Mexican Buffet on Father's Day. June 22 - Sunday Brunch Buffet - Chicken & Pork June 22 - Mexican Buffet - 4-7pm SUBMIT YOUR GRACEVILLE EVENTS THROUGH THE COMMUNITY EVENT SUBMISSION PAGE

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WANTED: Pull type pop-up camper. All I really want is the running gear in good shape. Call 320-598-7810 leave message. 0609

FOR SALE: Queen dark oak headboard. 605-873-2630 0609 FOR SALE - Freezer, Refrigerator, Stove, Washer, Dryer, Dishwasher Reasonable - Call (605) 868-9203 FOR SALE: White medium size microwave $30. 605-753-5313. 0609 FOR SALE - Used Beds-Twins-FullsQueens-Kings - Call (605) 868-9203 FOR SALE: Black Avery Reclining Swivel Leather Chair. New $299. Will sell $100/ OBO. Excellent condition. 320-839-7099. Leave phone number. 0609

FOR SALE in Watertown. 1980 3/4 ton 4 x 4 FOR SALE: 2003 Excel 33' Fifth Wheel FOR SALE - Bookshelf, Metal Cabinets runs and drives 350 motor has small water leak Camper. 3 slideouts stored inside. Very clean. Appleton, MN (320) 289-2780. 0609 (holds clothes & shelves) - Call (605) make a great mudding truck 2500$ obo call 0616 868-9203 605-882-1882 FOR SALE: Shasta Phoenix 30' Fifth Wheel Camper. Living area in front. ExcelFOR SALE - 3 Pieces of Antique Furniture FOR SALE: White 2007 Tahoe LS, 5.3 lent condition. Must see. 605-793-2145. 0609 - Motel Oak Towel Bar Dresser with Mirror, liter V8, 38k, Excellent condition. Asking 0609 Dresser with Mirror, Hutch - Call (605) $24,995. 605-880-9884. 868-9203 FOR SALE in Watertown SD 97 cavalier runs CLOVER LEAF SPORTING CLAYS Estelline, SD. Bring your friends and try our sceFOR SALE - New Mattresses - ALL SIZES and drives it was side swiped so lil damage 1000.00 obo call or text 605-690-6125 0616 nic Sporting Clay Course. A great place to - Wholesale Prices Call Before You Buy Call (605) 868-9203 FOR SALE: 1970 Lincoln Mark lll. 2 door, start your bachelor party! Summer Leagues. Call Russell Nelson (605) 690-3955 0609 FOR SALE: Elec. Prism PowerChair Perfect hard top & in good shape. Blue with black top. 460 V8 engine. ALWAYS garaged. FOR SALE: Dock - (9) 4X7 sections with Fit. 605-237-6695. 0609 $3000.00 Call Ron at (605) 868-3964. 0609 poles and bench. $850. Call 605-949-0784. 0609 FOR SALE: 2010 Chevy Silverado. 37,500 Big Stone City. LAKEVIEW KENNEL PET BOARDING - A miles, V6, 2 wheel drive, $13,600 OBO. trusted name in pet care. Clean, modern, New Snow Tires. Call 605-862-6004. 0609 state-of-the-art facility. For the best care availWanted: machinist tooling 605-874-2478. able, call 605-882-3342! Watertown. 0609 Wanted small metal cutting lathe. 605-874FOR SALE: Fiberglass White Topper for 1996 2478 0609 & up 1500 Dodge. 8 ft long, front 5'10' back 5'8" For Sale: 2003 Ford Explorer XLS, Sport 4x4, For Sale: Foley Model 387 Saw Filer. $125. Madison, MN 320-226-3626. 0609 4.0 V6 Auto, Well Equipped, Clean, One Owner, Sharpens most saws. Comes with stand & 161K. $31,000 Sticker, Selling $3,900 OBO. FOR SALE: Hitch for Jeep Grand Cherokee some other accessories. Used very little. For more details call (605) 938-4360. 0609 Call (605) 520-3324 Watertown. 0630 2011-2014. New Class 3 2" receiving tube with pre-existing bolts. $110 or make offer. FOR SALE: Barrett Brake Drum Lathe. FOR SALE: 2005 Chrysler Town & Country Call 320-598-7973. Leave message. 0609 Handles 16.5” Drums. $125.00. Call Dave LT passenger van, no rust. $6,000. 320-2971015 0609 FOR SALE. Tires - 4 265-70R17 tires. $100 320-769-4337. 0609 OBO. One 750-16 Snow Tire. New $50. FOR SALE: 2003 GMC Sonoma SLS, auto, air, OBO. Call 605-882-2446. 0609 4 cyl, new tires, 93,380 miles, nice little truck.

$4,800 OBO. 605-880-1237. Rosholt. 0609

FOR SALE in Watertown SD. 1996 dodge 1500 For Sale: 1982 30 ft. Holiday Rambler, Roof 4x4 ex cab 150,000 miles new tires and breaks A/C, Generator, 77,000 Miles, 454 Chevy. See at Lakeview Resort in Lake Poinsett. and front and rear axels call 233-0051 0616 FOR SALE: Two black leather office chairs Call (605) 359-4752. 0630 with ottomans in good condition. $100 each FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy Truck. 38,000 miles, or best offer. 320-839-7099. Leave a mesFor Sale: Womens 21 inch Black 3-Speed Bike in original owner, always garaged. LIKE NEW! Call good condition. Call 886-5429. 0623 sage and your phone number. 0609 0609 (605) 460-0164. 2008 Red Polaris Sportsman 400 HO. ATV FOR SALE - 4 Bar Stools & 6 Roller WANTED TO BUY: 1957 - 1960 Ford Pickup Chairs - Call (605) 868-9203 AWD. Less than 400 miles! Cross Country Plow, to restore or one for parts. Call Ken at (320) Winch and Windshield, Dual Mirrors, $4,000. FOR SALE: Dining Set, six chairs with leaf 0609 OBO, please call 605-882-2436. 0609 $175. Hospital Bed, like new $500. Larry 605- 226-1314. 690-2301. Jim 605-620-5459. 0609 FOR SALE in Watertown SD. 1993 GMC 2500 FOR SALE: 2011 6'X10' Royal Cargo enclosed 4x4 6.5 diesel maroon in color new tires runs trailer, drop ramp back door and side door, spare, FOR SALE - Chest of Drawers & and drives $3500obo call 881-8064. 0616 Dresser - Call (605) 868-9203 charcoal, excellent condition. 605-203-1279. 0609 FOR SALE - Table & Chairs Like New Call (605) 868-9203

FOR SALE - Couch & Loverseat Recliner - Call (605) 868-9203 FOR SALE: Craftmatic Lift Bed. $75. Call 320-265-6950. 0609 FOR SALE - Dehumidifier, Air Conditioner, Microwave - Call (605) 868-9203

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Room for rent in the Big Stone City Area. For more info please call (605) 254-3979. 0609 Home-owner looking for live-in renter 360/ mo & 1/2 utilities. Mature, Responsible, Non-smoker, Drug-Free....pets Maybe.. Please call 605-212-0944 for appt.

FOR SALE: Garage Door 9X7. Light tan. Complete - like new. 605-645-9748. 0609

For Sale: Linden Beach Lake Property, 3.06 wooded acres, Big Stone Lake, excellent private area for camper or cabin, $27,500. For Details call 605-880-1237. 0616

FOR SALE: Ralley Roper Riding Mower, 11hp Briggs $300, Murray Rider 12hp Briggs $150, Gilson Snow Blower, 26in, needs motor $40. Madison, MN 320-226-3626. 0609

FOR SALE: House to be moved. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. new shingles, windows, insulation. Solid cottage style. $7,500. Original wood floors, doors. Appleton. Call 320-297-1015. Great for Hunting or Lake.

Old Guns working or not, Skid Steer attachment, old machinery, disk, pony drag. Will dig rocks for trade, handy-man mowing, work on old equipment. Duane 612-670-4387. 0630

House and Land FOR SALE Near Summit, SD House has:3 bedrooms, formal dining room hickory cupboards, granite counter tops & oak floors in kitchen, a great room, office 2 full bathrooms, 3 stall garage with attached heated shop 9.8 acres with house and/or 200 acres of farm land Call (605) 398-6457 leave message

WORK FROM YOUR HOME OFFICE. Looking for motivated individuals to work from home setting up shopping accounts for our 26 year old INC 500 COMPANY. No stocking or delivering. Residual income. www.helpingothers4life.biz (507) 677-2356 0609

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FOR SALE: 3 Men's Black Leather Vests. Excellent condition. Sizes: 1 large, 1 extra large, 1 size 44 tall. 320-598-3404. 0609

FOR SALE: 1996 Shasta 24' Motorhome. New tires on 3500 Ford frame & engine. Very clean. No pets FOR SALE: 36" COMBINATION STORM 0609 DOOR WITH SCREEN INSERT. $35. FOR SALE: A 1947 Dodge Truck. One-of-a-kind & no smoking. $10,500. Call (507) 249-3994. WATERTOWN 605-753-5313. to restore. Call 605-882-3095 evenings. If no FOR SALE: Aluminum Boat Lift. 2000#. Full 0609 answer, please leave a message. length bunks, motor stop and electric winch. FOR SALE: Patio door. One door is stationary and one swings open to the inside. 605-694-2743. 0609

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PT Bartender needed at the Red Carpet in Estelline. 2nd shift and weekends available. Call 873-2140.

FOR SALE: Interstate Classic Leather Originals - Jacket & Pants - lg. Priced to sell. 320-839-3138 0609

FOR SALE: 2000 Silverado 1500 4X4. Extended Cab. 158,000. Call 605-561-1797.

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For Sale - Cockshutt 40" D4 Diesel Tractor, Wide Front, 18.4x34 Tires, Serial No. 40PD50252. Runs Great. Call (320) 839-3666. 0630 FOR SALE: Hay Wagon 7X24 good offers. Field Deluxe Solar 6 volt electric fencer $100. 605-881-3721. 0609 FOR SALE: Farmall Model-B Tractor. Runs Great. Everything works. Good paint. Get on and go. Call 1-320-760-2054. 0609 SELLING: Bale spike for skide steer. $325. 44" Swisher Rough Cut Trail Mower. $650. Both in very good condition. 605-8810569. 0609 FOR SALE: 1947 M JD Tractor with hydraulic 2 pt w/ 5ft digger and 2 btm plow. Make Offer. New paint and tires. Call 320394-2348. 0609

For Sale: 5 Bedroom House, with 1 1/2 Bathrooms, Central Air & Heating, 2 Car Garage. This home has a solid foundation & was built in the 1920's. Asking $49,999. Call (320) 760•4467. 0609 FOR SALE: Top of the Hill Cafe. GREAT business opportunity!! Call (605) 398-6464. Evenings call (605) 398-6457. Summit, SD 0609 FOR SALE WITH OPTIONS: 5 Bedroom House Located In Wheaton, MN. Call 320-760-4467 for more details. FOR SALE: Crafter Electric Acoustic Guitar (Model CCL 80/RS) and amp. $350. Red sunburst finish. Perfect condition. Call or text: 605-541-0110. Will send photo.

WANTED TO BUY 1 item OR complete household Call (605) 868-9203 WANTED - USED 4 WHEEL SCOOTER for handicapped. 605-265-1465.

WANTED: 1960-66 Chevrolet pickups for parts or to restore. Also, 1937-47 Plymouth and Dodge pickups or trucks. Call Ken at 320-226-1314.

TRUCK FOR SALE FOR PARTS

MUST BE RECEIVED BY 10AM ON FRIDAYS / CHECK OR MONEY ORDER: TIDBITS OF THE LAKE AREA MAIL TO: CLASSIFIEDS, P.O. Box 313, BIG STONE CITY, SD 57216 • www.LakeAreaTidbits.com

1995 Ford F150 2WD, Dual tanks, New Tires, Tinted Sliding Rear Window, Bed Liner, Good Transmission, Good Glass and Grill. $500. 605-541-0110.


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JERRODNIEMANN SATURDAY June 28 7:30pm

Lake Farley Park

Milbank SD

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PFEIFER FRIDAY, June 27

Arts In The Park ..........................................5-10pm Beer Garden ...........................................5pm-12am Burn Out Competition ........Registration at 6:30pm ...........................................Competition at 7:30pm

FIREWORKS at Dusk

SATURDAY, June 28

5K/2 Mile Fun Walk/Kidʼs Run .................Milbank High School •Registration ............7am •2 mi. Fun Walk....7:45am •5k............................8am •Kidʼs Run .....after the 5K Parade.............................................................10am Arts In The Park .............................................10am Beer Garden opens ........................................11am Car & Cycle Show Hosted by Full Throttle Cruiser Car Club Registration ..............................11am Show........................................12pm Awards .......................................3pm Q-Fest Competition (Q-Fest at 4-H Grounds if Raining) Public Sampling .......................12pm Milbank Historical Museums 3rd Ave & 3rd St .....2-4pm Destination Ride & Bike Show Top Hat Lanes Parking Lot ..........10am-5pm

CONCERT

Lake Farley Park Rain or Shine

VIP Gates open at......................................5:30pm Reserved & General Admission Gate opens.....6:30pm CONCERT STARTS AT 7:30PM Chad Pfeifer opening act

SUNDAY, June 29

Community Church Service .....................10:30am Farley Fest Couples Tourney ..12 Noon Shotgun Start Pine Hills Golf Course, call 432-4124 for information

Milling at the Historic Grist Mill ......................1pm Milbank Historical Museums 3rd Ave & 3rd St .....2-5pm All events at Lake Farley Park unless otherwise noted

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