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May 12, 2014 Volume 2 • Issue #36

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Q: Why don't cows have any money? A: Because farmers milk them dry.

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Q: Why does a milking stool have only 3 legs? A: Because the cow has the utter.


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Mahatma Gandhi, as you know, walked barefoot most of the time, which produced an impressive set of calluses on his feet. He also ate very little, which made him rather frail, and with his odd diet, he suffered from bad breath. This made him .... A super callused fragile mystic hexed by halitosis.

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Publisher's Corner by Sean Athey

Hey Everyone! Thanks for picking up this issue of Tidbits of the Lake Area. Time sure flies when you are always watching the clock! I sure hope eveyone is enjoying getting out of the house with the warmer weather, it is about time. Whether you like to garden, fish, bike or just sit on the porch and take it all in, at least it is outside. My own little projects are sort of moving along here. We are planning to put in some vegetables to can, and some flowers, so far I have only dug around a bit in the garden, but I am calling it progress. We also have a gradution for our youngest son coming up on the 25th of this month, so... busy is the word of the day.

And, that holds true today as well. I am going to have to wrap this up and get it off to the printer. Thanks again for taking time to relax and read Tidbits of The Lake Area. We hope you enjoy!! Next week, more pressure cooking meals, new year's resolution update and various "bits" and pieces... enjoy your week! Sean Athey, publisher


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May 12 - Elementary Boys Basketball Camp @ Koch May 12 - Milbank FFA Banquet - 7pm May 12 - Varsity Girls Golf-Region @ Aberdeen - 10am May 12 - Junior Varsity/Varsity Boys Tennis vs. Aberdeen Roncalli - 1pm May 12 - 7th & 8th Grade Track @ Watertown - 4:30pm May 13 - Elementary Boys Basketball Camp @ Koch May 13 - Varsity Boys Tennis vs. Benson - 2:30pm (MS/JV to follow) May 13 - High School Spring Concert - 7:30pm May 14 - Elementary Boys Basketball Camp @ Koch May 14 - Athletic Banquet-Dennis McCulloch - 6:30pm May 14 - AA Meeting - 8pm - Grant County Courthouse Basement May 14 - Veteran's Open House - 10am-2pm - Grant County Courthouse May 15 - Junior Varsity/Varsity Boys Tennis vs. LQPV - 4pm (Makeup Date) May 15 - Elementary Boys Basketball Camp @ Koch May 15 - 5th Grade NeSoDak Camp May 15 - 7th & 8th Grade Track NEC @ Groton - 10am May 15 - Toastmaster's Club - 12pm - State Auto Cafeteria May 16 - 5th Grade NeSoDak Camp May 16 - Varsity Track @ Sisseton - 5:30pm May 17 - Varsity Boys Tennis @ Madison - 9am May 18 - GRADUATION - 2pm May 19 - Varsity Girls Golf State - Spearfish May 19 - Koch School Field Day May 19 - Junior Varsity/Varsity Boys Tennis vs. Watertown - 4pm May 20 - Varsity Girls Golf State - Spearfish May 20 - Last Day Of School - Out at 11am May 20 - Alzheimer's Support Group - 2pm - American Lutheran Church

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May 15 - Norwegian Musicians - Senior Activities Center Potluck at 6:30pm - Music at 7pm May 15 - AARP Mature Driver Safety Program - Watertown Police Dept. - 12:30pm May 16 - Williams & Ree Comedy Show - Dakota Sioux Casino - 8pm For more info call 1-800-658-4717 May 17 - 3rd Annual Walk, Run & Bike-A-Thon - City Park 9am - For more info call Betsy at 651-636-9700 May 17 - Poetry A Lens For The Soul - Harmony Hill Hall - 9:15am - For More info call Sister Emily Meisel at (605) 886-4181 May 17 - Helicopter Dedication & Program at The Veterans Memorial Park - Stokes-Thomas City Park - 3pm - Bring your own lawn chair May 21 - Workforce Summit - Lake Area Technical Institute - 9:00am4:00pm - Call (605) 884•0340 for more info or visit

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May 12 - Chorus Concert - 7:30PM w/Rehearsal All Day - Aud May 13 - Boys Tennis (H) 10AM May 13 - Girls Golf @ Aberdeen - 10AM May 13 - Senior Awards Night - 6:30PM - Aud May 14 - Band Rehearsal - Block 1 - Aud May 14 - Senior Commencement Practice - 11:40AM - Mandatory for ALL Seniors (Includes, FREE Lunch) - Arena May 15 - Band Concert - 7:30PM w/Rehearsal All Day - Aud May 15 - Girls Golf @ Brandon - Noon May 16 - Boys Tennis ESD @ Pierre - 9AM May 16 - MS Choir Rehearsal - All Day - Aud May 17 - Track ESD @ Brandon - 11:30AM May 18 - Baccalaureate - 8PM - Aud May 18 - Band Banquet - 5PM May 19 - Boys Tennis @ Milbank - 4PM May 19 - Girls Golf/State @ Pierre May 19 - MS Choir Concert - 7th Graders @ 7PM; 8th Graders @ 8PM - Rehearsal All Day - Aud May 20 - 5th & 6th Band Concert - 7PM w/Rehearsal All Day - Arena May 20 - Girls Golf/State Continues May 20 - MS Talent Show Rehearsal - 4PM - Aud May 21 - Dakota Gold Rehearsal - 4:30PM - Aud May 21 - MS Talent Show - AM - Aud May 22 - Boys Tennis/State @ Rapid City May 22 - Dakota Gold Performance - 7PM - Aud May 22 - Last Day of School - 12:30PM Dismissal - Qtr 4 Ends May 22 - Track @ Huron - 4PM May 23 - Boys Tennis/State Continues May 24 - Boys Tennis/State Continues May 25 - Graduation - 2PM - Arena SUBMIT YOUR WATERTOWN NON-PROFIT EVENTS THROUGH THE COMMUNITY EVENT SUBMISSION PAGE

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Inter-Lakes Community Action Program

May 12 - Tater Tot Casserole May 13 - Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Carrots May 14 - Lasagna, Broccoli, Garlic Bread May 15 - French Dip Sandwich, Company Potatoes, Peas May 16 - Taco Day - Meat, Vegetables, Salad May 19 - Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Coleslaw, French Bread May 20 - Chicken, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Mixed Vegetables May 21 - Meat Loaf, Baked Potato, Carrots

Clark School

May 5 - JH Track @ Britton-Hecla - 3pm May 12 - Golf Regions @ Watertown May 12 - Senior Government Days - 8am May 13 - LCC Conference Meet at Hamlin - 2pm May 13 -Senior Scholarship Night/NHS Installation - 7pm May 14 - Baccalaureate @ HS Gym - 7pm May 15 - JH NEC Track @ Groton - 10am May 16 - Hamlin Last Chance - 4pm May 17 - Graduation - 2pm May 19 - State Golf @ Mitchell May 19 - Retirement Party @ HS Library 3:30pm May 21 - Last Day of School May 22 - Region Track Meet Hamlin 11:00 am

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May 18 - KC Pancake Breakfast - Parish Hall - 9:30am FREE WILL OFFERING May 13-16 - 4th Grade SD Field Trip May 17 - Preschool Spring Carnival Fun'Raiser - Open to the public of all ages at the Big Stone City School from 10am-4pm, with proceeds going towards helping to offset the costs of preschool tuition and programs. May 21 - Graduation/Awards Night May 23 - Last Day of School On May 17 we have our Spring Carnival Fun'Raiser to help our Preschoolers get off to the very best start for their school years. So stop on in to Big Stone City School for some Spring Fun on May 17 from 10am-4pm. Call the Big Stone City School at (605) 862-8108 for more info or if you have questions. *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. Submit a Big Stone City event... go to and click the event submission link

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The Appleton Golf Club clubhouse will be opening soon! Membership for first time members is $182 for a single and $249 for a family. Other membership rates: Single age 18-24 non-student is $314. High school & College Student is $92.00. Men’s League will be starting Tuesday, May 13th with a full meal served. If you are interested in Friday Night Couple League, contact Scott Sawatzky 289-2627. Any other questions about the golf course, contact James Massee (daytime) 289-1454.

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May Events at the Appleton Public Library: -Monday, May 12, 4:30 p.m.Friend of the Appleton Public Library meeting -Thursday, May 15, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Senior Surf. The library will be offering beginning internet classes over a 2 day opportunity. For more information and/or to sign up, contact the library -Friday, May 16, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Senior Surf. The library will be offering beginning internet classes over a 2 day opportunity. For more information and/or to sign up, contact the library -Monday, May 19, -4:30p.m.-"Spy Mistress" by Jennifer Chiaverini-pick up your copy today and join us! Wednesday, May 21, 7:00 p.m.: MovieSweetland. Author Will Weaver will introduce the viewing of the movie Sweetland which is based on his book "A Gravestone made of wheat". -Monday, May 26: Library CLOSED for Memorial Day holiday Any non-profit organization that would like to hold a fundraiser during the 2014 Summer Concert Series is encouraged to contact Tom Rice at 289135 now. The concerts are Tuesday evenings and start June 17th and run for 6 weeks. FRIDAY, MAY 16 • 6:30 PM Western Minesota Autisim Supporters Organizational and support group meeting at Pioneer Public TV, 120 W. Schlieman Ave., Appleton, MN. Contact Jonathan Miller 320-297-9064 (daytime hours)

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Monday May 12th ECC HS Track Meet at Agency Village at 3:00 pm. Tuesday May 13th Waubay JH Track Meet at 2:00 pm.

Thursday May 15th All School Spring Concert at 7:00 pm at the hall. Friday May 16th Waubay Legion Track Meet at 2:00 pm. Sunday, May 18 10:30am communion Worship at Hope Lutheran

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May 12 - Citizens for Big Stone Lake - 7pm Library Hours May 13 - GED - 2pm Monday - Thursday May 13 - Big Stone Arts Council - 6:30pm 11am-7pm May 13 - Member Art Gathering - 7pm May 14 - Chamber Board Meeting - 12pm Friday 12-5pm Ribbon Cutting and After 5 Saturday 10am-3pm at Grandma’s Thrifty Hideaway. May 15 - Lego Club - 3pm May 16th & 17th MWC will be in town for a Fishing Tournament May 19 - Mystery Book Club - 12pm May 19 - City Council Meeting - 5pm May 20 - GED - 2pm May 20 - Library Book Club - 5pm May 21 - Driver Improvement Class - 5:30pm - Cost of Class $20 Call Larry Hastad at (320) 220-1866 for more info May 22 - Adopt a Pet Day from 2-4:30 on Main Street of Ortonville JUNE 11 Cornfest Fundraiser at the Chamber / Museum Grounds and also the Malt Wagon will be on hand!!

Ortonville School

May 12 - Varsity Golf Meet @ Tipsinah - 1pm (Quad County Conference Tourney) May 12 - Varsity Girls Golf Meet @ Tipsinah Golf Course - 1pm May 12 - Varsity Baseball Contest @ Ortonville - 4:30pm May 12 - 7 & 8 Grade Baseball Contest @ Ortonville - 5pm May 12 - Varsity Girls Softball Game/Contest @ Ortonville - 5pm May 12 - Junior Varsity Girls Softball Contest @ Ortonville - 5pm May 13 - Junior Varsity Golf Meet @ CGB - 4:30pm May 13 - Band Concert - Ortonville Auditorium - 7:30pm May 14 - Varsity Golf Invitational @ Benson Golf Club - 9am (Rescheduled from April 24) May 14 - Varsity Girls Golf Invitational @ Benson Golf Club - 9am (Rescheduled from April 30) May 15 - Varsity Track Meet @ Ortonvillle - Pheasant Conference Meet - 4:15pm May 15 - Varsity Girls Softball Contest @ Ashby - 5pm May 16 - Varsity Baseball Contest @ DeLagoon Field - 4pm (Rescheduled from April 24) May 16 - Varsity Baseball Contest @ DeLagoon Field - 5pm May 16 - 7th & 8th Grade Baseball Contest @ DeLagoon Field - 5pm May 17 - Varsity Baseball Contest @ Morris Area - TBD May 19 - School Board Meetings - 7pm May 19 - Choir Concert 7:30 p.m. May 20 - Awards Ceremony 1:30 p.m. May 22 - Kindergarten "End of the Year Program" 1 p.m. in the auditorium (performing with HS Drama students) May 25 - Graduation - 2pm May 26 - No School Memorial Day


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Rendezvous Point Events

May 15 - Barbeque Sauce/Cooking Class - 6:30pm

Wilmot School

May 12 - Track - ECC Conference Meet @ Tiospa Zina - 3pm May 12 - School Board Meeting - 7pm May 13 - JH Track @ Waubay - 3:30pm May 13 - PK Celebration - 6pm May 14 - 5th Grade Field Trip - PAWS Mentor Trip May 14 - Baccalaureate - Gym - 7pm May 16 - Track Meet @ Waubay - 2pm May 18 - Graduation - 2pm May 19 - KD & 3rd Grade Field Trip to the Zoo

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Mozzarella Vegetable Salad It’s a well-known fact that vegetables are good for you. But just as important, this ultra-easy salad tastes good!

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May 12 - Chicken, Scalloped Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables May 13 - Lasagna, Peas, Coleslaw May 14 - MOTHER'S DINNER - Roast Turkey, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Creamed Corn May 15 - Ham Potato Omelet May 16 - French Dip Sandwich, Company Potatoes, Peas May 17 - Hayti Pet Clinic 9am - 11am - Hayti Fire Hall May 19 - Spaghetti w/Meat Sauce, Green Beans May 20 - Pork Chop w/Celery Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Mixed Vegetables

1 cup sliced carrots 1 cup chopped fresh broccoli 1 cup chopped fresh cauliflower 1 cup sliced fresh mushrooms 3/4 cup shredded reduced-fat mozzarella cheese 1/2 cup fat-free Italian dressing 2 tablespoons fat-free mayonnaise

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1. In a large bowl, combine carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, mushrooms and mozzarella cheese. Add Italian dressing and mayonnaise. Mix gently just to combine. 2. Cover and refrigerate for at least 1 hour. Gently stir again just before serving. Makes 4 (1 cup each) servings.

May 12 - 3:45pm - PTO Meeting May 12 - 4pm - Track: 7th/8th Meet @ Estelline High School May 12 - 8pm - School Board Meeting May 13 - 4th Grade Field Trip May 13 - 5th Grade Field Trip May 13 - Kindergarten Field Trip May 13 - 2pm - Track: Varsity Meet @ Hamlin May 14 - 10:30am - Preschool Morning Program May 14 - 2pm - Kindergarten Graduation May 14 - 2:30pm - Preschool Afternoon Program May 15 - 2nd Grade Field Trip May 15 - 10:30am - Preschool Morning Program May 15 - 2:30pm - Preschool Afternoon Program May 15 - 4pm - Track: 7th/8th Meet vs. TBA @ Hamlin May 16 - 4pm - Track: Varsity Meet @ Hamlin

• Each serving equals: 95 calories, 3g fat, 8g protein, 461mg sodium, 3g fiber; Diabetic Exchanges: 2 Vegetable, 1 Meat.

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• It was noted British lexicographer Samuel Johnson who made the following sage observation: “The true measure of a by Samantha Weaver man is how he treats someone who can do him absolutely no good.” • If an American black bear is pregnant when it goes into hibernation, she could give birth without ever awakening. While she is still in her torpor, her body will draw on reserves of fat to produce milk to nurse her young. However, if something that could be dangerous to her young comes within 50 feet of the

May 12 - 1pm - Boys Golf @ Ashby-AWAY May 12 - 1pm - Girls Golf @ Ashby-AWAY May 12 - 4pm - Track: Varsity @ Battle Lake-AWAY May 12 - 5pm - Baseball: Varsity @ Ortonville-AWAY May 12 - 5pm - JV Baseball @ Ortonville-AWAY May 12 - 5pm - JV Softball @ Ortonville-AWAY May 12 - 5pm - Softball: Girls Varsity @ Ortonville-AWAY May 12 - 7:30pm - Almond Highlanders May 12 - 8pm - Graceville American Legion May 13 - 4:30pm - JV Golf @ TBD May 13 - 7:30pm - Graceville Ambulance May 13 - 7:30pm - MS/HS Concert May 14 - 8:30am - Tops May 14 - 9:00am - Boys Golf @ Benson-AWAY May 14 - 6:30pm - Al-Anon May 15 - 4:15 pm - Track: Varsity @ Ortonville-AWAY May 15 - 5pm - Baseball: Varsity vs Hancock-CHOKIO May 15 - 5pm - JV Baseball @ Hancock-AWAY May 15 - 5pm - JV Softball vs Brandon-Evansville-HOME May 15 - 5pm - Softball: Girls Varsity vs Brandon-Evansville-HOME May 15 - 6pm - Welding Class May 16 - 5pm - Baseball Baseball: Varsity vs. WHN-CHOKIO May 16 - 5pm - JV Baseball @ Wheaton-AWAY May 16 - 5pm - Track: Varsity @ Sisseton-AWAY May 19 - 4pm - Baseball: Varsity vs Ashby-HOME May 19 - 4:30pm - JV Golf @ West Central Area-AWAY May 19 - 5:00 pm - JV Baseball @ Ashby-AWAY May 19 - 6:30 pm - FCCLA Awards Night May 19 - 6:30 pm - Monthly School Board Meeting @ Graceville May 20 - Softball Playoff May 20 - 7pm - Elementary Concert May 21 - Golf-Subsection @ Minnewaska May 21 - 8:30am - Tops May 21 - 6:30 pm - Al-Anon May 22 - Track -Sub Section @ Morris SUBMIT YOUR GRACEVILLE EVENTS THROUGH THE COMMUNITY EVENT SUBMISSION PAGE

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den, the mother bear’s heart rate will spike and she will wake to defend the cubs. • If you’re holding your nose, you can’t hum. Try it. • On a chemical level, there’s not too much difference between blood and seawater. • If you’ve ever looked closely at a zipper, you may have noticed the letters YKK on the tab. The letters stand for Yoshida Kogyo Kabushikigaisha, which is Japanese for “Yoshida Manufacturing Shareholding Company,” which produces most of the zippers found in the U.S. • An octopus has three hearts.

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FOR SALE: New, still in box, 5" wide Chrome Running Boards with Brackets, for a 4-Door Ford F-150 Pick-up. New sells for $600, asking $300. Also, new still in box, After Market LED Headlights & Taillights for a 2006-2007 F-150. New sells for $425, asking $200. Contact Mark at 605-467-9749.

A Radon Free Home is A Healthy Home. K-Builders, Certified Radon Mitigators. Ken: 320-444-4593 or Michelle: 320-4444595. 9 Years Experience. Dawson and Starbuck locations. 04144 FOR SALE: Fridgerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave, bed, china hutch, mirrors, cages, much more. Bryant, SD 605-233-0480. Sat, April 26 & Sun April 27. 04212 FOR SALE: Two blue velour, tufted, wingback chairs. Call 605/345-3962. FOR SALE: Queen dark oak headboard. 605-873-2630 FOR SALE: White medium size microwave $30. 605-753-5313. FOR SALE: Black Avery Reclining Swivel Leather Chair. New $299. Will sell $100/ OBO. Excellent condition. 320-839-7099. Leave phone number. FOR SALE: Two black leather office chairs with ottomans in good condition. $100 each or best offer. 320-839-7099. Leave a message and your phone number. FOR SALE: Dining Set, six chairs with leaf $175. Hospital Bed, like new $500. Larry 605-690-2301. Jim 605-620-5459. FOR SALE: Brand new electric lift chair. Fern colored, medium size. $400. ($600 new). 605-874-2016 or 605-237-3744. Clear Lake, SD. FOR SALE: Craftmatic Lift Bed. $75. Call 320-265-6950.

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: House to be moved. 2 bedroom, 1 bath. new shingles, windows, insulation. Solid cottage style. $7,500. Original wood floors, doors. Appleton. FOR SALE: Patio door. One door is stationary and one swings open to the inside. $100 Call 320-297-1015. Great for Hunting or Lake. OBO. 605-753-5313 FOR SALE: Traverse Lake Property. 2 bedroom, FOR SALE: Hitch for Jeep Grand Cherokee large bathroom, central air, double garage, private 2011-2014. New Class 3 2" receiving tube office, dock area, level lot, garden. 320-438-0598. 04214 with pre-existing bolts. $110 or make offer. FOR SALE: Ralley Roper Riding Mower, Call 320-598-7973. Leave message. House and Land 11hp Briggs $300, Murray Rider 12hp Briggs FOR SALE Near Summit, SD FOR SALE. Tires - 4 265-70R17 tires. $100 $150, Gilson Snow Blower, 26in, needs moFOR SALE WITH OPTIONS: House has:3 bedrooms, formal dining room 5 Bedroom House Located In Wheaton, tor $40. Madison, MN 320-226-3626. OBO. One 750-16 Snow Tire. New $50. hickory cupboards, granite counter tops & MN. Call 320-760-4467 for more details. OBO. Call 605-882-2446. oak floors in kitchen, a great room, office 2 FOR SALE: Wyndham Vacation Timeshare. full bathrooms, 3 stall garage with attached FOR SALE: Crafter Electric Acoustic heated shop 9.8 acres with house and/or Includes resorts rentals on over 40 US FOR SALE: 2011 Yamaha Stryker motorGuitar (Model CCL 80/RS) and amp. 200 acres of farm land cycle 455 miles on it. blue in color with 1300 Wyndham Resorts plus other discounts. Call $350. Red sunburst finish. Perfect Call (605) 398-6457 leave message cc motor. Show room clean. 7500.00 OBO. 605-237-8054. $16,000. 0602 condition. 868-3964 For Sale: 5 Bedroom House, with 1 1/2 FOR SALE: 13 Brand New Red Hatters Call or text: 605-924-1513. Will send photo. FOR SALE:1978 Honda 750A Hondamatic Collector items. 1 used item, over 100 value, All for Bathrooms, Central Air & Heating, 2 Car 0602 Garage. This home has a solid foundation & Motorcycle. Low miles. Excellent condition. New battery $55. 450-0254 / 472-2292. and tires. NADA book $2,285. Asking $2,000 OBO. Call FOR SALE: DH225NGK 400 amp electrical was built in the 1920's. Asking $49,999. Call (320) 760•4467. 605-868-9405. WANTED TO BUY: Old outboard motors disconnect, CH42L225 load center, and - running or not - the smaller the better. FOR SALE: Top of the Hill Cafe. GREAT three (3) Cooper-Bussman FRN-R-400 amp FOR SALE: 1984 1200cc Honda Goldwing Aspenbusiness opportunity!! Call (605) 398-6464. 605-881-3540. cade, low miles, lots of extras. Call day or evening, cartridge fuses. All items are new and in Evenings call (605) 398-6457. Summit, SD original unopened packaging. 320-304320-273-2181, if no answer leave a message. 2736. 0526 FOR SALE: Large quantity of bubble wrap 2008 Red Polaris Sportsman 400 HO. ATV small and large bubbles will sell in small or AWD. Less than 400 miles! Cross Country Plow, large quantities. 1/2 price. 605-691-9473.0512 Winch and Windshield, Dual Mirrors, $4,000. OBO, FOR SALE: Interstate Classic Leather please call 605-882-2436. Originals - Jacket & Pants - lg. Priced to FOR SALE: 2011 6'X10' Royal Cargo enclosed sell. 320-839-3138 trailer, drop ramp back door and side door, spare, FOR SALE: Cat248 Skid Steer Loader, cab charcoal, excellent condition. 605-203-1279. heat, 2000 hours, 2000 lb lift capacity. 24 FOR SALE: 1996 Shasta 24' Motorhome. New tires horsepower. 605-290-3208. Very reasonon 3500 Ford frame & engine. Very clean. No pets & able. 0519 no smoking. $10,500. Call (507) 249-3994. FOR SALE: 2 Bruno Scooter Lifts for FOR SALE: Aluminum Boat Lift. 2000#. Full vehicles. 1 model 670 Curbsider $400. 1 length bunks, motor stop and electric winch. model Scooter Lift Jr, $150. 605-881-3950. Watertown. 605-694-2743.

WANTED: Pull type pop-up camper. All I really want is the running gear in good shape. Call 320-598-7810 leave message. FOR SALE: 2003 Excel 33' Fifth Wheel Camper. 3 slideouts stored inside. Very clean. Appleton, MN (320) 289-2780.

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

FOR SALE: COINS. 2012 & 2013 Uncl. Presidential dollars. Both Mints. Also, 5 Mint National Parks Quarters. Call (605) 886-6384.

FOR SALE: Shasta Phoenix 30' Fifth Wheel Camper. Living area in front. Excellent condi- WORK FROM YOUR HOME OFFICE. Looktion. Must see. 605-793-2145. ing for motivated individuals to work from home setting up shopping accounts for our 26 year old INC 500 COMPANY. No stocking LAKEVIEW KENNEL PET BOARDING - A CLOVER LEAF SPORTING CLAYS Estellor delivering. Residual income. www.helpintrusted name in pet care. Clean, modern, ine, SD. Bring your friends and try our scenic (507) 677-2356 state-of-the-art facility. For the best care Sporting Clay Course. A great place to start available, call 605-882-3342! Watertown. your bachelor party! Summer Leagues. Call Russell Nelson (605) 690-3955 IH 6200 28ft Press Drill with Kuhn TransWANTED: Looking for Pontiac Cars or port. Nice condition. 605-880-4483 FOR SALE: Dock - (9) 4X7 sections with Parts. 60's to present. Anything you might Door latches for old moline tractor cab. poles and bench. $850. Call 605-949-0784. want to sell. Trying to find a father/daughter In very good condition 25.00. For more Big Stone City. project. Call 605-940-4227.p03174 info please call 605-492-3337. FOR SALE: Elec. Prism PowerChair Perfect Fit. 605-237-6695.

FOR SALE: 1998 Dodge Durango 4X4 SUV. Black, 170K, runs good. $1200. Henry, SD. 707-334-5464. 0602

Wanted: machinist tooling 605-874-2478.

FOR SALE: 2005 Chrysler Town & Country Wanted small metal cutting lathe. 605LT passenger van, no rust. $6,000. 320874-2478 297-1015


WANTED TO BUY: Pontoon. 2000 or newer. 605-290-3208. 0526 WANTED TO BUY: Old electric gas pumps, old signs or any gas station related items. 605-290-3208 . 0526 WANTED: 15-20 gal. crock jar and wide mouth quart jars. 320-413-0758. 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.

Clear Lake, SD

Deuel School

May 12 - School Board Meeting - 4pm May 15 - PK/JK Field Trip 2:55pm May 15 - Head Start Spring Party - 6pm May 17 - Graduation - 1:30pm May 19 - 5th Grade Field Trip - DeSmet May 20 - 1st Grade Field Trip - Sioux Falls May 21 - 3rd Grade Field Trip May 21 - 4th Grade Field Trip - Madison May 22 - 2nd Grade Field Trip - Sioux Falls May 22 - KG Field Trip Brookings May 23 - Last Day of School

FOR SALE: Hay Wagon 7X24 good offers. Field Deluxe Solar 6 volt electric fencer $100. 605-881-3721.

FOR SALE: Farmall Model-B Tractor. Runs Great. Everything works. Good paint. Get For Sale: Foley Model 387 Saw Filer. FOR SALE: 1948 Chevy Truck. 38,000 miles, on and go. Call 1-320-760-2054. original owner, always garaged. LIKE NEW! Sharpens most saws. Comes with stand & Call (605) 460-0164. some other accessories. Used very little. SELLING: Bale spike for skide steer. $325. 44" Swisher Rough Cut Trail Mower. $650. FOR SALE: 2000 Ford F350 XLT Club Cab. For more details call (605) 938-4360. Both in very good condition. 605-881-0569. 7.3 Diesel, black, new batteries. 215,000 FOR SALE: Barrett Brake Drum Lathe. miles. AS IS. $5,900. Montevideo, MN FOR SALE: 1947 M JD Tractor with Handles 16.5” Drums. $125.00. Call Dave 320-226-2372. hydraulic 2 pt w/ 5ft digger and 2 btm plow. 320-769-4337. WANTED TO BUY: 1957 - 1960 Ford Pickup Make Offer. New paint and tires. Call 320to restore or one for parts. Call Ken at (320) FOR SALE: Antique Dayton Hobart 394-2348. 226-1314. grocery store type scale. Up to 24#’s. Call 1-605-949-4009. FOR SALE: 2000 Silverado 1500 4X4. Extended Cab. 158,000. Call 605-561-1797.

FOR SALE: A 1947 Dodge Truck. One-of-akind to restore. Call 605-882-3095 evenings. If no answer, please leave a message. FOR SALE: White 2007 Tahoe LS, 5.3 liter V8, 38k, Excellent condition. Asking $24,995. 605-880-9884. FOR SALE: 1970 Lincoln Mark lll. 2 door, hard top & in good shape. Blue with black top. 460 V8 engine. ALWAYS garaged. $3000.00 Call Ron at (605) 868-3964. FOR SALE: 2010 Chevy Silverado. 37,500 miles, V6, 2 wheel drive, $13,600 OBO. New Snow Tires. Call 605-8626004.

FOR SALE: 600 Bobcat Skidsteer Loader. Needs Work $1500. 742 Bobcat. Excellent condition with Grapple. 605-290-3208. 0526

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MUST SELL: 1995 Toyota 4runner 172,000 miles, leather interior, power windows, moon roof, newer clutch, new water pump, radiator, timing belt, good tires. $3000 obo. Call 605-690-0314. FOR SALE: Fiberglass White Topper for 1996 & up 1500 Dodge. 8 ft long, front 5'10' back 5'8" $125. Madison, MN 320-226-3626.


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Shelters Aren’t Only Place to Volunteer

DEAR PAW’S CORNER: I want to volunteer somehow to help pets in my area, but can’t really find any opportunities. I called the local shelter, and they said they aren’t accepting volunteers right now. Why not? I thought shelters were desperate for help. Where else can I look? -- Tanya J., via email DEAR TANYA: While some shelters accept any help that is offered, many have implemented more controlled volunteer programs. This allows them to have a better handle on which

Tidbits® of The Lake Area • (605) 541-0110

volunteers are available at certain times, who has more experience working with animals and who has less, and so on. A better question to ask your local shelter is whether it has any volunteer programs available, now or in the near future, or any other opportunities to help. If not, you can ask if it is affiliated with a larger organization, such as the ASPCA, and find a contact there who has information about volunteer opportunities. Many shelters offer fundraising events that are more fun and less work. If you’re not able to give money to the cause, you could offer to help at these events. Or, you can participate in charity walks -- either by yourself or by rounding up a group of friends -- and raise money that way. Check your local newspaper for event listings and news from the local shelter. Many newspapers have an online component, and could have a lot more information on their website in a section reserved for the local shelters. Visit the veterinarian and look for a bulletin board in the waiting room. If there is one, there likely are notices posted about events and volunteer opportunities. Or you can talk to the vet or an assistant during your pet’s checkup about your interest in volunteering somewhere, somehow. Send your questions or comments to ask@ © 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.

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