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PROUD TO SERVE It’s the soldier, not the reporter, that gives you freedom of the press. It’s the soldier, not the poet, that gives you freedom of speech. It’s the soldier, not the campus organizer, that allows you to demonstrate. It’s the soldier who salutes the flag, serves the flag, whose coffin is draped with the flag, that allows the protester to burn the flag. Shame! Shame! Lord, hold our troops in Your loving hands. Protect them as they protect us. Bless them and their families for the selfless acts of heroism they perform for us in our time of need. Press close to them the hope of just coming home safe.

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Let's honor our military, the men and women who serve, whose dedication to our country does not falter, halt or swerve. Let's respect them for their courage, they’re ready to do what's right, to keep America safe, so we can sleep better at night. Let’s support and defend our soldiers, their hardships brutal and cruel, whose discipline we can’t imagine, who follow each order and rule. Here’s to those who choose to be warriors, the patriots good and true, who fight for American values, they fight for me and you. K.A. Lesnar, President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News


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Health Care as Close as the Drugstore If you’re a veteran in Arizona and you need medical care, why not just head on down to the drugstore? You soon may be able to do just that. The Department of Veterans Affairs has partnered with CVS to give veterans another place to go for care. The pilot program will give approximately 120,000 veterans in the Veterans Choice Program access to care at the 24 CVS MinuteClinic locations in the Phoenix area. You won’t be able just to stroll in, however. First you’ll need a referral from a nurse at the Phoenix VA. Which means you’ll need to get someone at the VA on the phone and then get permission. What care will you get at a MinuteClinic? You’ll get treatment by family nurse practitioners or physicians assistants for a number of minor illnesses and injuries. You can get flu shots and birth control, treatment for sprains and poison ivy, sports physicals, and diabetes and high blood-pressure tests. If you have allergies, nausea or a bladder infection, they can help. Not all conditions will be covered, however. If, for example, you have a temperature of 103 F and higher, you don’t qualify for care there. If you have chest pain or think you’ve been poisoned, don’t go there. If you need a prescription for a controlled substance, they can’t help you. If you need an X-ray for a broken bone or injuries from a car wreck, they will send you elsewhere. If you’re in Texas and need a referral, call the Phoenix VA Health Care System Help Line at 602-222-6550 or 800-574-7174. Meanwhile, take a look at the MinuteClinic website to see what it will cover, so you’ll know whether to head there first. After each visit, your medical information will be forwarded electronically to the VA. © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.


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Rattlesnakes Aren’t Only Danger Dogs Face DEAR PAW’S CORNER: We’re planning a road trip out West this summer to several national parks, and our two dogs are coming along. We’ve done all our research on which parks allow pets and have everything planned out. But I’m worried about the dogs while we’re out hiking, especially that they might be bitten by rattlesnakes. I heard there’s a snakebite vaccine available. Should I give it to them before we go? — Betsy J., Madison, Wisconsin DEAR BETSY: Snakebite vaccine is really expensive — $800 or more — and not covered by pet insurance. And it doesn’t mean they’re

out of danger if they are bitten. Heat, jagged terrain and ticks are much bigger hazards than snakes. While there’s no guarantee that accident or injury won’t happen, you can drastically improve the odds in your favor by observing just a few guidelines. • Follow park service rules for pets: Dogs must be on a leash at all times. • Check the bulletin board at park entry points or ranger stations for the latest on health and safety hazards in the park. Better yet, ask a ranger directly. • Make sure your dogs’ vaccinations are up to date

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Make a Memorable Memorial Day As the days get warmer and the Memorial Day holiday (and relatives) descends upon us, it’s time to grill outdoors. Memorial Day is a federal holiday that was created to remember those who died while serving our country. The holiday originated after the Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers. Today, the holiday commemorates all of those brave men and women who served in the American military and sacrificed their lives for our country. It is observed every year on the last Monday in May. Memorial Day also is considered to be the unofficial start of the summer vacation season. Family gatherings featuring barbequed or grilled meats and vegetables are a traditional part of the holiday. Here are a few tips and a great recipe to guarantee that your outdoor grilling will be something to celebrate! Grilling Tips: • Take time to properly prepare your grill before using it. If it’s been a while, give your grill a good spring cleaning. Scour the grate with a wire brush. Save future cleaning time by using a nonstick cooking spray to prevent food from sticking to the grill. • Keep safety in mind. Place your grill on a level surface in a well-ventilated area and away from overhangs, deck railings and shrubs. Use long-handled tongs and flame-retardant mitts to protect your hands. • Preheat your grill. You can estimate the approximate temperature by counting how many seconds you can hold your hand 4 inches above the

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SRIRACHA MAYO SAUCE cup mayonnaise cup sour cream or plain Greek yogurt 1½ tablespoons Sriracha 1 teaspoon honey or agave syrup 1 teaspoon lemon juice 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1. Gently combine beef, 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce, steak sauce, garlic powder, and salt and pepper in a bowl. Set aside. 2. Heat oil and butter in a small skillet over medium-high heat. Add onion and remaining teaspoon of Worcestershire sauce and cook, stirring occasionally, until translucent, about 2 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool completely. 3. Make Sriracha mayo sauce: In a small bowl, combine mayonnaise, sour cream or Greek yogurt, Sriracha, honey or agave, lemon juice, salt and pepper until well-combined. Set aside. 4. Heat grill to medium-high. Gently form meat mixture into 8 one-inchthick patties. Grill 4 to 5 minutes per side for medium-rare. Top with a square of cheese after flipping burger. Close grill for 30 to 60 seconds to melt cheese. Toast buns on the grill, about 30 seconds. 5. Place hamburger patty on a bun, top with reserved onions, tomato slice, lettuce, Sriracha mayo sauce and remaining bun. *** Angela Shelf Medearis is an award-winning children’s author, culinary historian and the author of seven cookbooks. Her new cookbook is “The Kitchen Diva’s Diabetic Cookbook.” Her website is www. divapro.com. To see how-to videos, recipes and much, much more, Like Angela Shelf Medearis, The Kitchen Diva! on Facebook. Recipes may not be reprinted without permission from Angela Shelf Medearis. 1 1/2

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FAMOUS HAND

This deal occurred in a U.S.-Argentina match in 1958. South was B. Jay Becker, editor of this column from 1955 to 1987. The following is his own account of the deal: “I was South and bid only one spade, although I had a practically sure game in my hand. The Argentine West doubled, and East responded two hearts. I bid two spades, confident that in a hand where I was missing 12 hearts and 13 diamonds,

someone would bid again. “West bid three hearts, and when this rolled around to me I decided I had dillydallied long enough. So I bid four spades, which East doubled. “The defense started out in a rather distressing fashion. East won the heart lead with the ace and returned the three of clubs. West took my jack with the queen and continued with the ace of clubs, East contributing the two. “I sat there petrified, waiting for West to play a third club and ruin the best hand I’d held in months. But West tried to cash the ace of diamonds at this point! I ruffed, drew trumps and so made four spades doubled. “The bidding and play went differently at the other table. The Argentine South opened two spades and jumped to four spades after North bid two notrump. Tobias Stone (West) led a trump, and South could have drawn trumps and claimed the contract. “Instead, he won the trump lead with the eight and played a low trump to dummy’s jack. Then, trying to steal a trick, he led a low heart from dummy. However, East went up with the ace and returned the three of clubs. “Stone took declarer’s jack with the queen and cashed the ace of clubs, East contributing the two. Stone did not bother to look at the deuce. He led the ace of diamonds. Finis.” © 2017 King Features Syndicate Inc.

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ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You might have to turn your Arian charm up a few degrees if you hope to persuade that persistent pessimist to see the possibilities in your project. Whatever you do, don’t give up. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A “tip” about a coworker’s “betrayal” might well raise the Bovine’s rage levels. But before charging into a confrontation, let an unbiased colleague do some fact checking. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Although a relationship still seems to be moving too slowly to suit your expectations, it’s best not to push it. Let it develop at its own pace. You’ll soon get news about a workplace change. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A continually changing personal situation makes you feel as if you’re riding an emotional roller coaster. But hold on tight; stability starts to set in early next week. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Believe it or not, someone might dare to say “No!” to the Regal One’s suggestion. But instead of being miffed, use this rebuff to recheck the proposition and, perhaps, make some changes. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) You might find it difficult to make a decision about a family matter. But delay can only lead to more problems. Seek out trusted counsel and then make that important decision. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Concentrate your focus on what needs

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to be done, and avoid frittering away your energies on less-important pursuits. There’ll be time later for fun and games. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Although the conflicts seem to be letting up, you still need to be wary of being drawn into workplace intrigues. Plan a special weekend event for family and/or friends. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Your quick wit helps you work through an already difficult situation without creating more problems. Creative aspects begin to dominate by the week’s end. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Be patient. You’ll soon receive news about a project that means so much to you. Meanwhile, you might want to reconsider a suggestion you previously turned down. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) There are still some aspects about that new job offer you need to resolve. In the meantime, another possibility seems promising. Be sure to check that out as well. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Opening up your emotional floodgates could leave you vulnerable to being hurt later on. Watch what you say, in order to avoid having your words come back to haunt you. BORN THIS WEEK: You’re usually the life of the party, which gets you on everyone’s invitation list. You also have a flair for politics.

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4017 E. 23rd St. Multi-Family Sale Thursday - Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Movies, LP’s, Books, Household Items, Kids’ Clothes, Toys & Lots More! Something For Everyone!

3309 E. Oak St. 2 Family, Sports Collectibles, Furniture, Jewelry, Books, Household Items, Christmas Items Thursday & Friday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Saturday 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Downsizing SaleEverything Must Go! Many “Make An Offer” Items. 4005 S. Benjamin Dr. Friday, May 19 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM Saturday, May 20 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Cash Only.

Huge Moving Sale! Appliances, Exercise Equipment, Furniture, Garden & Handyman Tools, File Cabinets, Decor, Much More! 4321 Ash Grove May 18th - 20th 9 AM - 6 PM

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**One Day Moving Sale** May 18th Opens At 9 AM 2 Lawn Mowers, Snowblower & Lots Of Good Tools!! 5105 Blackberry Drive 1004 South Lyndale Moving Sale 18th 3:00 PM - Dark 19th 7:30 AM - 5:00 PM Furniture, Dishes, Decor, Mower, Power Washer, Luggage, Miscellaneous www.sfshoppingnews.com

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Saturday, May 20 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM 605 W. LaQuinta MULTI-FAMILY RUMMAGE Flat Screen TV, 18-2T Boys’ Clothes, Ergo Baby Carriers, Pack’N’Play, Toys, Junior, Men’s & Women’s Clothes, Seasonal & Home Decor, Patio Rug & Umbrella, Schwinn Bike, Bedding, Furniture, And MUCH MORE!

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LARGE RUMMAGE SALE 3616 N. 8th Ave. Friday May 19th 8:00 AM To 7:00 PM Saturday May 20th 8:00 AM To 7:00 PM Sunday 8:00 AM To ? Mowers, Weedeaters, Snow Blowers, Bikes, Clothes, Toys, Knick-Knacks, Harley Stuff, & Much Misc!

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4220 N. Alaska Ave Friday 8 - 7 Saturday 8 - 4 Baby/Adult Clothes, Furniture Household, Tools, Grill Smoker Jewelry, Trailer, Bike, Antiques

May 19th 8 AM - 8 PM May 20th 8 AM - NOON Home Decor, Misc. Household, Holiday, Furniture, Area Rugs, Chico’s Clothing, Brand Name Handbags, Luggage, Garden Pots, Kid Items, Brand Name Golf Balls, Beer Lights, Football & Baseball Card Sheets & More!

Garage Sale: 3427 South Alpine Avenue Friday 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM Saturday 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Furniture, Loveseat, Armoire, Shelving, Dorm Frig, Comforters, Miscellaneous Household, Tires 23560R16 Good, 24560R16 Fair, 1999 Grand Caravan Bench Seat, 2003 Grand Caravan Bucket Seats, Infant Car Seat

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From 12th & Marion Road, Head South On Marion Until Dardanella Road, Then Head West. At Stop Sign, Head North For One Block, Then West Into Silver Glen.

PHILLIPS

1509 N. Tahoe Trail Multi-Family Rummage Sale Friday, May 19 & Saturday, May 20 From 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 3 Wooden Swivel Bar Stools, Single Daybed, Train Table, Toys, Wall Ladder Shelf, Dept. 56 Christmas Decor, Comforter Set & More!

Huge Sale 2111 E. 11th St. 5/19 - 5/21 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Tools, Audio & Video Equipment, Lamps, Dishes, Clothing, DVD Players

Rummage Sale

When:

May 19th - 21st Multiple Homes With Loads Of Items! Kid’s & Baby Clothes In Every Size, Designer Brand Clothes, Baby Changing Table, Baby Toys & Items, American Girl Doll Clothes, Hunting Gear & Equipment, Furniture & MUCH, MUCH MORE!!

GRANGE

Holiday Estates Rummage 352 N. Meyer Lane May 18th & 19th 8:00 AM To 7:00 PM May 20th 8:00 AM To 3:00 PM Pet Stairs, Books, Puzzles, Handmade Items

Multi Family Saturday, May 20th 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Hunting Gear, Household Items, Home Decor, Purses And Clothes, Crafts And Much More! 5909 W. Pebble Creek Road Sioux Falls

6001 W. Silver Place Sioux Falls, SD 57106

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Downsizing Again! Quality Home Decor, Teen Girl Clothes, Exercise, Outdoor Equipment, Including Dog Kennel 7824 W. Browning St. 19th & 20th

Garage Sale! 2404 S. Valley View Road May 18th 4 PM - 7 PM May 19th 9 AM - 6 PM May 20th 9 AM - 1 PM Bun Warmer, Desk Trays, Candles, Coffee Cups, Wall Hanging, 5.1 Channel Power Speaker System, New Turn Table For Stereo System, Youth T-Shirts, Women’s Tops, Duffle Bags, Cast Iron Grill, Christmas Lights, AM-FM Radio Turn Table Cassette Player, Camp Lights, 40”by40” Movie Screen, Men’s Dress Slacks,Shirts, & Shorts!

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Moving Sale 510 Pennsylvania Ave. Harrisburg, SD May 25, 26, & 27 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Furniture, Gun Cabinet, Dishes, Everything Goes!

Holiday Estates Rummage 317 N Locust Thursday, May 18, 2017 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM Grilling Accessories, Keyboard, Wood Folding Picnic Table, Home Decor, Transformers & Cat Collectibles, Computer Accessories, Small Furniture, Suitcases And Travel Accessories, And Much Much More!

Garage Sale Boy’s Size 7-10 Clothing, Boy’s Bike, Kitchen Appliances & Lots of Misc! May 17, 18, 19 7812 S. Hughes Ave (85th & Louise)

Garage Sale 4420 S. Judy Ave Thursday & Friday 8-4 Saturday 9 - 12 Garden Wagon, Bike Trailer/Stroller, King Bedding, Bar Stools, Girls & Boys Clothing Size 5 - 7 HD Throw Pillows & Accessories, HD 03 RK Parts, Fire Pit, Misc.

3rd Annual Multi Family Garage Sale 4006 - 4014 S. April Place May 19, 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM May 20, 8:00 AM - NOON Cash Only! Loveseat, Chair & Ottoman, Recliner, Swivel Rocker, Deep Freeze, Bose 321 GSX DVD Home Entertainment System, Kids Summer Clothes (Girls 0-4T, Boys 0-24M), End Tables, Lamps, Headboards, Steelcase Shelves, Lawnboy Mower, Fertilizer Spreader, Oak Bar Stools, Walker, Shower Chair, Elevated Toilet Seat, Small Microwave & Cart, Hirsch Saw Table, Hammock, Hose Reel, Books, Computer Desk, Office Desk, Miscellaneous!

MARION

400 W. 10th St. Apartment #3 Dell Rapids Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Dinette Set, Microwave, Curio Cabinet, Exercise Bike, 6 Ft. Fold-Up Table, End Table & Coffee Table, 2 Drawer File Box, Desk & Computer Chair, 6 Ft. Aluminum Step Ladder, Much Miscellaneous!

Garage Sale 5816 W. 50th Street Friday - Saturday 8 AM - 6 PM Baby Clothes 0-6M And Lots Of Misc.

TALLGRASS

2 FAMILY ESTATE SALE: Friday & Saturday May 19th & 20th 8 AM - 5 PM SUV, Antiques, Household Goods, Kitchen Items, Furniture, Glassware, Etc. 130 W. 1st Street, Tea

HOLIDAY ESTATES RUMMAGE SALE May 18th-20th Open 8 AM. 3800 East 7th Street, South Of East 6th St. And Stewart Dr. Unique, Natural Wood BirdSquirrel Houses Deer Wooden Birds Feeders; Clothing Girl’s, Men’s, & Ladies’; Men’s Leather Jacket; Kitchen Items; 3-Way lamp; Dept 56 Village Pond; Home Décor Items; 2 Skate Boards; 24” Bar Stools; Cigar Boxes; Fishing Rods; Tackle Box W/Contents; Cracked Corn; Pond Vac; Weber Q Grill; 10 Gal Shop Vac; Various Tools; Golf Balls; Miscellaneous And Much More.

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MOVING SALE 7632 S. Rose Crest Trail Furniture, Tools, Sports Equip, Clothes, Household Items, Misc. & More! Friday May 19th 9 AM - 6 PM Moving To Retirement Complex Everything Needs To Go!

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Friday, May 19 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday, 8:00 AM - Noon Variety Of Antiques, 50 Years (600 Copies Of Reader’s Digest) 1967-2016. Many Books, Some By Local Authors, Hand Tools, Housewares, Electrical, Painting, Auto, Lawn & Garden Supplies, 18”x18”x6’ Storage Bench With Cushioned Cover, Kitchen Table With 4 Cushioned Chairs, 2 Matching Upholstered High Back Chairs, One Rose Occasional Chair, 2 Recliners, Bedroom Set (Dresser, Chest Of Drawers, Night Stand), Coffee Table With 2 Matching End Tables, Treadmill, 20’ Wooden Industrial Extension Ladder, 6’ Industrial Wooden Step Ladder. Rose St. Rummage May 18 - 20th 1 Block South Of Tomar Soccer Fields

Rummage Sale May 19th Noon - 5 PM May 20th 8 AM - 5 PM Elliptical, 2 Sets Of Dining Room Chairs, Lots Of Scrapbooking/Art Supplies, Kids Clothing (Infant-6x), Dinnerware & More!

3304 S. Grace Ave

Rummage/ Moving Sale 2501 S. Alpine Ave. May 18th & 19th 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM Dinette Set With Matching Buffet, 7 Foot Corner Entertainment Center, Kimball Organ, End Tables, Lamps, Dishes, Garden Hoses, Gas Grill With 2 Tanks, Home Decor.

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Friday/ Saturday May 19 - 20 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Snow Blower, Futon, Recumbent Exercise Bike, Vintage Fabric, Quilt Books, Collectible Tins & Coca Cola, Canning Jars, Tupperware, Miscellaneous Kitchen, Patio Table, Hose Reel, Clay Pots

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2601 S. Hawthorne Ave (Corner Of Hawthorne & 33rd St) Wed May 17th Thurs, Friday 8:30 AM - 6 PM MULTIFamily Sale: 3 pc. Patio Set, Wii Gaming System Never Used, Motorcycle Pipes, Kids Books, Adult Books, Shoes, Clothing All Ages All Sizes, Wolf Decor Plates & 2 Framed Wolf Pictures, Gun Cabinet, Toys, Games, Decorations. So Many Items. So Many Different Families! Cash Only. Don’t Miss This One!!

2615 S. Hawthorne Ave. Multi-Family Sale

504 E. 35th St Thursday 3 PM - 7 PM Friday 7:30 AM - 5 PM Name Brand Girls (6T-Teen) Teen Boys & Men’s Dress Clothes, Power Wheels Firetruck, Desk, Hardware, Toys & Lots More!

Moving Sale 2713 W. 28th St Thursday - Saturday 8:30 AM - 7 PM Nearly New Curio Cabinet, Small Cabinet With Doors, Various Decorations, Treadmill, Books, Misc!

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2 FAMILY ESTATE SALE: Friday & Saturday May 19th & 20th 8 AM - 5 PM SUV, Antiques, Household Goods, Kitchen Items, Furniture, Glassware, Etc. 130 W. 1st Street, Tea

Moving Sale 510 Pennsylvania Ave. Harrisburg, SD May 25, 26, & 27 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM Furniture, Gun Cabinet, Dishes, Everything Goes!

Downsizing Again! Quality Home Decor, Teen Girl Clothes, Exercise, Outdoor Equipment, Including Dog Kennel 7824 W. Browning St. 19th & 20th 1509 N. Tahoe Trail Multi-Family Rummage Sale Friday, May 19 & Saturday, May 20 From 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM 3 Wooden Swivel Bar Stools, Single Daybed, Train Table, Toys, Wall Ladder Shelf, Dept. 56 Christmas Decor, Comforter Set & More!

400 W. 10th St. Apartment #3 Dell Rapids Saturday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Dinette Set, Microwave, Curio Cabinet, Exercise Bike, 6 Ft. Fold-Up Table, End Table & Coffee Table, 2 Drawer File Box, Desk & Computer Chair, 6 Ft. Aluminum Step Ladder, Much Miscellaneous!

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Trailer Service Technician

M.H. Eby,Inc., a leading manufacturer of aluminum livestock trailers, is looking to add a service technician to our service department. This position requires proper use of hand tools (which are provided), tape measures, power tools, basic mechanical aptitude, and the ability to work as a team. Prior experience with trailer maintenance, brakes, electrical, metal fabrication, and system diagnosis is preferred. An excellent compensation package includes: gain sharing, health, dental, 401k, paid holidays, and vacation. To join our winning team, email resume to: taylor.deneui@mheby.com or stop by our facility to fill out an application.

M.H. Eby, Inc. 28183 Commerce Ave. Worthing, SD 57077 I-29 Exit 62

Help Wanted Full Time Warehouse Position Burbank, SD M-F Starting pay: $10 hr. Must Be Able To Lift 50 lbs. Bobcat Skid Loader Experience A Plus. Work Duties Will Include Operating Cardboard Compactor, Stacking/Sorting Boxes Send resume to: sherri@helluva.com Or Fax 605-356-2122 www.sfshoppingnews.com Help Wanted: Working Janitorial Supervisor, Evening Hours At Various Locations, Must Have Transportation And Valid Driver’s License, Above Average Pay Depending On Experience, 605-526-4467

Live In Christian Lady For Senior Couple Sioux City IA 712-333-1072 Looking For... Company Drivers & Owner Operators =Late Model Equipment= Top Pay, Regional & Long Distance Family Owned Company Refrigerated, Livestock, Flatbed Contact Marla (605)546-2107 Merry Maids Needs Housekeepers Call Or Text 605-496-6559 UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373.

Is looking to an fill immediate opening for:

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER

PRODUCTION MACHINISTS

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If you’re looking for a career that will challenge you to maximize your current skills and develop new ones,

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2080 10th Street, PO Box 178, Rock Valley, Iowa 51247 712-476-5315 • E-mail: hr@tcsiowa.com • www.tcsiowa.com An Equal Opportunity Employer


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Employment Opportunities

COLORFUL 30’ flag banners available at The Shopping News.

PART TIME DRIVER WANTED Must have Class A CDL 2 yrs. Experience required Clean MVR Min Long Runs - Home Daily (Based in Elk Point, SD) DOT Knowledgeable Mechanical A Plus Able To Operate A Bobcat Send Resume: sherri@balconinc.com Or Call: 605-356-2232

WANT TO EARN AN EXTRA $300- $400 A MONTH? Permanent P/T Office Cleaning Monday- Friday Evening Positions In Sioux Falls SERVICEMASTER 623 S. Lyons Avenue (605)335-1200

NOW HIRING Part-Time Charter Bus Drivers Windstar Lines of Sioux Falls 2-4 Days a Week Full Time Opportunity for the right person Call Eric at 712-792-4221 or email Eric@gowindstar.com

WANTED • Concrete Pump Truck Driver • Concrete Finishers • Laborers • Form Setters Experience Is A Plus Must Be A Hard Worker & Reliable Team Player Apply Online Now Or Apply In Person At 27081 Sundowner Avenue, Just West Of The I-29 And Tea Exit, Or Call Sandie At 605-368-5447. WANTED DRIVER OR OWNER OPERATOR For Local or Long Distance Grain & Livestock Hauling •Good Equipment •Benefits V & S Trucking/ Prime Time Express Corsica, SD (605)946-5657 Ext 12 or 14 WANTED: Delivery Man, General Farm Person, Electrician/Maintenance Man, Welder Must Have A Driver’s License Phone (507)483-2245 Or (507)370-1590

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Last Week’ s WINNER: Dale Stern

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Entry forms must be received by 4:00pm on Tues., May 23, 2017. Please do not enter if you have won in the last 90 days. Multiple entries will not be accepted. Sioux Falls Shopping News and Western Commercial Printing employees & employees’ immediate families are not eligible to enter this contest. Prizes must be claimed within 30 days. For complete list of contest rules, go to: www.sfshoppingnews.com/rules

Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

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• Housekeepers • Front Desk

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Assistant McCain Saddle Stitch Operator

IMMEDIATE FOR ... OPENING

Job Description: Setup and operation of perfect binding and saddle stitching machines, following guidelines set in the job ticket, load and unload printed material from machines, perform maintenance and oversee any helpers assigned to the run. Duties & Responsibilities: • Machine setup and make ready • Read and understand work order completely • Conduct quality checks during and before each job. Each job must be by a supervisor. • Once job is running, operator must work independently & maintain consistent quality through run. • Additional responsibilities as required, such as Moving skids and Packing boxes Experience: 5 years of experience perfect binding and/or saddle stitching is required. Education: High school diploma Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old. Must be able to read and understand written and verbal instructions. Physical Demands: Stand: 7.5 hours daily, 3.5 at one time; Walk: 1.0 hours daily, 0.25 at one time; Lifting: 1.0 hours daily, 0.25 at one time (> 50lbs)

Contact K Lesnar at Western Commercial Printing today at 605-274-2659

4005 S. Western Ave, Sioux Falls, SD 57105 • Email Resume to careers@sfshoppingnews.com WE OFFER COMPETITIVE PAY AND BENEFITS INCLUDING: GROUP MEDICAL INSURANCE AND 401K.

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Experienced Concrete Finisher & Laborers 2 Years Experience Serious Inquiries Only! (605) 359-6305 (605) 757-7260

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Attracting Talented Team Members Is Important To Our Continued Success! We Are Looking For Genuine, Nice People Who Value Serving Others In An Upbeat Environment. As A Key Part Of Our Team You Will Be Ensuring That Every Guest Expectation Is Met And Every Guest Experience Is A Positive One. We Have Full & Part-Time Positions Available. Must Be Able To Work Weekends. Please Apply In Person Paradise Casino Located At 1821 West 12th St. (Corner Of 12th & Western) In Sioux Falls. The Shopping News Sells! CITY OF BROOKINGS Is Now Hiring For Multiple Positions FT Communications Operator Hourly Pay Range: $17.90-$21.78 FT Temporary Patrol Officer $22.34 - $27.17 Visit: www.cityofbrookings.org For Completion Of On-line Application

CROSSWORD

MOTIVATED HELP Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699

EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP 40 Miles North Of Minot, ND Full-Time, Long-Term Position. New JD Equipment $50,000+?? House/Vehicle. Excellent Opportunity For The Right Person. All Inquiries Kept Confidential. Serious Inquiries Only. Wade Feland (701)263-1300 Email Resume To: wadef@srt.com or Fax To: (701)756-6047 EXPERIENCED FRAMING Carpenters 605-940-8174 Help Wanted Full Time Warehouse Position Burbank, SD M-F Starting pay: $10 hr. Must Be Able To Lift 50 lbs. Bobcat Skid Loader Experience A Plus. Work Duties Will Include Operating Cardboard Compactor, Stacking/Sorting Boxes Send resume to: sherri@helluva.com Or Fax 605-356-2122 Help Wanted: Working Janitorial Supervisor, Evening Hours At Various Locations, Must Have Transportation And Valid Driver’s License, Above Average Pay Depending On Experience, 605-526-4467 Live In Christian Lady For Senior Couple Sioux City IA 712-333-1072 Looking For... Company Drivers & Owner Operators =Late Model Equipment= Top Pay, Regional & Long Distance Family Owned Company Refrigerated, Livestock, Flatbed Contact Marla (605)546-2107 Merry Maids Needs Housekeepers Call Or Text 605-496-6559

Answers

to this week’s Shopping News Crossword Puzzle!

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WANT TO EARN AN EXTRA $300- $400 A MONTH? Permanent P/T Office Cleaning Monday- Friday Evening Positions In Sioux Falls SERVICEMASTER 623 S. Lyons Avenue (605)335-1200 WANTED • Concrete Pump Truck Driver • Concrete Finishers • Laborers • Form Setters Experience Is A Plus Must Be A Hard Worker & Reliable Team Player Apply Online Now Or Apply In Person At 27081 Sundowner Avenue, Just West Of The I-29 And Tea Exit, Or Call Sandie At 605-368-5447. WANTED DRIVER OR OWNER OPERATOR For Local or Long Distance Grain & Livestock Hauling •Good Equipment •Benefits V & S Trucking/ Prime Time Express Corsica, SD (605)946-5657 Ext 12 or 14 WANTED: Delivery Man, General Farm Person, Electrician/Maintenance Man, Welder Must Have A Driver’s License Phone (507)483-2245 Or (507)370-1590 Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

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Check Out The Shopping News On The Web At www.siouxfallsshoppingnews.com Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • May 17, 2017 • Page 11

Employment Opportunities

****WANTED**** Commercial Roofing Sheet Metal Workers & Foreman, Wages $15 - $25 Per Hour DOE,

Call Mike @ 605-940-7266

••••WANTED•••• Commercial Flat Roofing Laborers * *Call For Wage Details* *

Call Mike @ 605-940-7266 ••WANTED••

Experienced Concrete Finisher & Laborers 2 Years Experience Serious Inquiries Only! (605) 359-6305 (605) 757-7260

••WANTED••

••HOUSEKEEPERS•• Full-Time & Part-Time Salary D.O.E./ Ask About Best Western U-BAR Motel Bonus Canistota (605) 296-3466

Attracting Talented Team Members Is Important To Our Continued Success! We Are Looking For Genuine, Nice People Who Value Serving Others In An Upbeat Environment. As A Key Part Of Our Team You Will Be Ensuring That Every Guest Expectation Is Met And Every Guest Experience Is A Positive One. We Have Full & Part-Time Positions Available. Must Be Able To Work Weekends. Please Apply In Person Paradise Casino Located At 1821 West 12th St. (Corner Of 12th & Western) In Sioux Falls. BLUE BEACON TRUCK WASH Is Now Hiring Easily Motivated People To Join Our Team. *Fun Team Atmosphere *Daily Bonus Incentives *Paid Weekly *Opportunity For Advancement *Flexible Hours *Paid Vacation *401(k) Plan *Heated Wash Bay *$13 Plus Please Apply In Person At: Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls 5307 N Cliff [Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90] We Drug Test EOE UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373.

CITY OF BROOKINGS Is Now Hiring For Multiple Positions FT Communications Operator Hourly Pay Range: $17.90-$21.78 FT Temporary Patrol Officer $22.34 - $27.17 Visit: www.cityofbrookings.org For Completion Of On-line Application

EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP 40 Miles North Of Minot, ND Full-Time, Long-Term Position. New JD Equipment $50,000+?? House/Vehicle. Excellent Opportunity For The Right Person. All Inquiries Kept Confidential. Serious Inquiries Only. Wade Feland (701)263-1300 Email Resume To: wadef@srt.com or Fax To: (701)756-6047 EXPERIENCED FRAMING Carpenters 605-940-8174 Help Wanted Full Time Warehouse Position Burbank, SD M-F Starting pay: $10 hr. Must Be Able To Lift 50 lbs. Bobcat Skid Loader Experience A Plus. Work Duties Will Include Operating Cardboard Compactor, Stacking/Sorting Boxes Send resume to: sherri@helluva.com Or Fax 605-356-2122 Help Wanted: Working Janitorial Supervisor, Evening Hours At Various Locations, Must Have Transportation And Valid Driver’s License, Above Average Pay Depending On Experience, 605-526-4467 Live In Christian Lady For Senior Couple Sioux City IA 712-333-1072 Looking For... Company Drivers & Owner Operators =Late Model Equipment= Top Pay, Regional & Long Distance Family Owned Company Refrigerated, Livestock, Flatbed Contact Marla (605)546-2107 Merry Maids Needs Housekeepers Call Or Text 605-496-6559

MOTIVATED HELP Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699 NOW HIRING Part-Time Charter Bus Drivers Windstar Lines of Sioux Falls 2-4 Days a Week Full Time Opportunity for the right person Call Eric at 712-792-4221 or email Eric@gowindstar.com The Shopping News is open 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Closed on Saturdays for the Winter.

PART TIME DRIVER WANTED Must have Class A CDL 2 yrs. Experience required Clean MVR Min Long Runs - Home Daily (Based in Elk Point, SD) DOT Knowledgeable Mechanical A Plus Able To Operate A Bobcat Send Resume: sherri@balconinc.com Or Call: 605-356-2232

WANT TO EARN AN EXTRA $300- $400 A MONTH? Permanent P/T Office Cleaning Monday- Friday Evening Positions In Sioux Falls SERVICEMASTER 623 S. Lyons Avenue (605)335-1200 WANTED • Concrete Pump Truck Driver • Concrete Finishers • Laborers • Form Setters Experience Is A Plus Must Be A Hard Worker & Reliable Team Player Apply Online Now Or Apply In Person At 27081 Sundowner Avenue, Just West Of The I-29 And Tea Exit, Or Call Sandie At 605-368-5447. WANTED DRIVER OR OWNER OPERATOR For Local or Long Distance Grain & Livestock Hauling •Good Equipment •Benefits V & S Trucking/ Prime Time Express Corsica, SD (605)946-5657 Ext 12 or 14 WANTED: Delivery Man, General Farm Person, Electrician/Maintenance Man, Welder Must Have A Driver’s License Phone (507)483-2245 Or (507)370-1590 Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

****WANTED**** Commercial Roofing Sheet Metal Workers & Foreman, Wages $15 - $25 Per Hour DOE,

Call Mike @ 605-940-7266

••••WANTED•••• Commercial Flat Roofing Laborers * *Call For Wage Details* *

Call Mike @ 605-940-7266

SPEND SOME QUALITY TIME WITH YOUR KIDS! Delivering the Shopping News is a great way to teach your children responsibility and earn extra money!

••WANTED•• Experienced Concrete Finisher & Laborers 2 Years Experience Serious Inquiries Only! (605) 359-6305 (605) 757-7260

••WANTED••

••HOUSEKEEPERS•• Full-Time & Part-Time Salary D.O.E./ Ask About Best Western U-BAR Motel Bonus Canistota (605) 296-3466

Attracting Talented Team Members Is Important To Our Continued Success! We Are Looking For Genuine, Nice People Who Value Serving Others In An Upbeat Environment. As A Key Part Of Our Team You Will Be Ensuring That Every Guest Expectation Is Met And Every Guest Experience Is A Positive One. We Have Full & Part-Time Positions Available. Must Be Able To Work Weekends. Please Apply In Person Paradise Casino Located At 1821 West 12th St. (Corner Of 12th & Western) In Sioux Falls. BLUE BEACON TRUCK WASH Is Now Hiring Easily Motivated People To Join Our Team. *Fun Team Atmosphere *Daily Bonus Incentives *Paid Weekly *Opportunity For Advancement *Flexible Hours *Paid Vacation *401(k) Plan *Heated Wash Bay *$13 Plus Please Apply In Person At: Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls 5307 N Cliff [Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90] We Drug Test EOE

MOTIVATED HELP

EXPERIENCED FRAMING Carpenters 605-940-8174 Help Wanted Full Time Warehouse Position Burbank, SD M-F Starting pay: $10 hr. Must Be Able To Lift 50 lbs. Bobcat Skid Loader Experience A Plus. Work Duties Will Include Operating Cardboard Compactor, Stacking/Sorting Boxes Send resume to: sherri@helluva.com Or Fax 605-356-2122

Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699 COLORFUL 30’ flag banners available at The Shopping News.

Help Wanted: Working Janitorial Supervisor, Evening Hours At Various Locations, Must Have Transportation And Valid Driver’s License, Above Average Pay Depending On Experience, 605-526-4467 Live In Christian Lady For Senior Couple Sioux City IA 712-333-1072

NOW HIRING Part-Time Charter Bus Drivers Windstar Lines of Sioux Falls 2-4 Days a Week Full Time Opportunity for the right person Call Eric at 712-792-4221 or email Eric@gowindstar.com

COMPONENT MANUFACTURING COMPANY HIRING NOW Truss Fabrication

Looking For... Company Drivers & Owner Operators =Late Model Equipment= Top Pay, Regional & Long Distance Family Owned Company Refrigerated, Livestock, Flatbed Contact Marla (605)546-2107

Day and night shift positions available! Come join Component Manufacturing as a Fabrication Assembler! Build roof and floor trusses, work indoors, steady hours, starting at $14/hour + overtime and opportunities for advancement. Construction and framing experience helpful. CMC offers fantastic benefits package.

DELIVERING THE SHOPPING NEWS is a great way for young people to learn responsibility. Call 940-4914 or 275-6372 today!

Apply in person at 4101 N. 4th Avenue Sioux Falls, SD

BE YOUR OWN BOSS! Deliver the Shopping News! EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP 40 Miles North Of Minot, ND Full-Time, Long-Term Position. New JD Equipment $50,000+?? House/Vehicle. Excellent Opportunity For The Right Person. All Inquiries Kept Confidential. Serious Inquiries Only. Wade Feland (701)263-1300 Email Resume To: wadef@srt.com or Fax To: (701)756-6047

Job Fair Come grow with us! Immediate openings for: Day/Night Bakery production Day USDA Production May 25th from 10am to 1pm Department of Labor 811 E 10th St #41, Sioux Falls

On site interviews will be conducted. Clean work environment with full benefits. Drug screen/background check required. Orion is an AA/EOE

WESTERN COMMERCIAL PRINTING IS LOOKING FOR A

Part-Time Bindery Operator (Leading to full time)

Responsibilities will include (but not Limited to): • Operation of Large Paper Cutter, Folder, Perforating/Scoring, Multi-binder and other bindery work. Some hand work and heavy lifting is sometimes necessary. Requirements: • Ability to understand written instructions, set-up the equipment & carry out instructions • Frequent lifting, bending and turning • Able to lift 50 lbs. • Experience with the offset printing and commercial bindery industry is helpful, but not required (Will train the right candidate) • Pay based on experience

Please Contact K Lesnar at 605-339-3633 or email careers@sfshoppingnews.com


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Employment Opportunities

PART TIME DRIVER WANTED Must have Class A CDL 2 yrs. Experience required Clean MVR Min Long Runs - Home Daily (Based in Elk Point, SD) DOT Knowledgeable Mechanical A Plus Able To Operate A Bobcat Send Resume: sherri@balconinc.com Or Call: 605-356-2232

WANT TO EARN AN EXTRA $300- $400 A MONTH? Permanent P/T Office Cleaning Monday- Friday Evening Positions In Sioux Falls SERVICEMASTER 623 S. Lyons Avenue (605)335-1200 WANTED • Concrete Pump Truck Driver • Concrete Finishers • Laborers • Form Setters Experience Is A Plus Must Be A Hard Worker & Reliable Team Player Apply Online Now Or Apply In Person At 27081 Sundowner Avenue, Just West Of The I-29 And Tea Exit, Or Call Sandie At 605-368-5447. WANTED DRIVER OR OWNER OPERATOR For Local or Long Distance Grain & Livestock Hauling •Good Equipment •Benefits V & S Trucking/ Prime Time Express Corsica, SD (605)946-5657 Ext 12 or 14

WANTED: Delivery Man, General Farm Person, Electrician/Maintenance Man, Welder Must Have A Driver’s License Phone (507)483-2245 Or (507)370-1590 Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

****WANTED**** Commercial Roofing Sheet Metal Workers & Foreman, Wages $15 - $25 Per Hour DOE,

Call Mike @ 605-940-7266

••••WANTED•••• Commercial Flat Roofing Laborers * *Call For Wage Details* *

Call Mike @ 605-940-7266 ••WANTED••

Experienced Concrete Finisher & Laborers 2 Years Experience Serious Inquiries Only! (605) 359-6305 (605) 757-7260

••WANTED••

••HOUSEKEEPERS•• Full-Time & Part-Time Salary D.O.E./ Ask About Best Western U-BAR Motel Bonus Canistota (605) 296-3466

THE SIOUX Falls Shopping News will not be responsible for errors in Classified Ads due to illegible copy furnished by the Customer. Thank You.

Attracting Talented Team Members Is Important To Our Continued Success! We Are Looking For Genuine, Nice People Who Value Serving Others In An Upbeat Environment. As A Key Part Of Our Team You Will Be Ensuring That Every Guest Expectation Is Met And Every Guest Experience Is A Positive One. We Have Full & Part-Time Positions Available. Must Be Able To Work Weekends. Please Apply In Person Paradise Casino Located At 1821 West 12th St. (Corner Of 12th & Western) In Sioux Falls. UNIQUE, FUN SCRATCH PADS FOR SALE at The Shopping News. LOTS of choices, clever sayings for all occasions. GREAT GIFT IDEA! Shopping News, 4005 South Western, 275-6373.

BLUE BEACON TRUCK WASH Is Now Hiring Easily Motivated People To Join Our Team. *Fun Team Atmosphere *Daily Bonus Incentives *Paid Weekly *Opportunity For Advancement *Flexible Hours *Paid Vacation *401(k) Plan *Heated Wash Bay *$13 Plus Please Apply In Person At: Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls 5307 N Cliff [Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90] We Drug Test EOE

WANTED!!

CITY OF BROOKINGS Is Now Hiring For Multiple Positions FT Communications Operator Hourly Pay Range: $17.90-$21.78 FT Temporary Patrol Officer $22.34 - $27.17 Visit: www.cityofbrookings.org For Completion Of On-line Application EXPERIENCED GRAIN FARM HELP 40 Miles North Of Minot, ND Full-Time, Long-Term Position. New JD Equipment $50,000+?? House/Vehicle. Excellent Opportunity For The Right Person. All Inquiries Kept Confidential. Serious Inquiries Only. Wade Feland (701)263-1300 Email Resume To: wadef@srt.com or Fax To: (701)756-6047 EXPERIENCED FRAMING Carpenters 605-940-8174 Help Wanted Full Time Warehouse Position Burbank, SD M-F Starting pay: $10 hr. Must Be Able To Lift 50 lbs. Bobcat Skid Loader Experience A Plus. Work Duties Will Include Operating Cardboard Compactor, Stacking/Sorting Boxes Send resume to: sherri@helluva.com Or Fax 605-356-2122 Help Wanted: Working Janitorial Supervisor, Evening Hours At Various Locations, Must Have Transportation And Valid Driver’s License, Above Average Pay Depending On Experience, 605-526-4467

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Sioux Falls Shopping News

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Looking For... Company Drivers & Owner Operators =Late Model Equipment= Top Pay, Regional & Long Distance Family Owned Company Refrigerated, Livestock, Flatbed Contact Marla (605)546-2107 Merry Maids Needs Housekeepers Call Or Text 605-496-6559

MOTIVATED HELP Wanted Related To Cranes, General Construction And Maintenance. Driver’s License Required, CDL A Plus. Also Wanted Crane Operator For Duty Cycle Crane Work. E-mail Resume To conrad@c-acompany.com Or Call/Text 712-348-1699 NOW HIRING Part-Time Charter Bus Drivers Windstar Lines of Sioux Falls 2-4 Days a Week Full Time Opportunity for the right person Call Eric at 712-792-4221 or email Eric@gowindstar.com PART TIME DRIVER WANTED Must have Class A CDL 2 yrs. Experience required Clean MVR Min Long Runs - Home Daily (Based in Elk Point, SD) DOT Knowledgeable Mechanical A Plus Able To Operate A Bobcat Send Resume: sherri@balconinc.com Or Call: 605-356-2232

WANT TO EARN AN EXTRA $300- $400 A MONTH? Permanent P/T Office Cleaning Monday- Friday Evening Positions In Sioux Falls SERVICEMASTER 623 S. Lyons Avenue (605)335-1200

WANTED • Concrete Pump Truck Driver • Concrete Finishers • Laborers • Form Setters Experience Is A Plus Must Be A Hard Worker & Reliable Team Player Apply Online Now Or Apply In Person At 27081 Sundowner Avenue, Just West Of The I-29 And Tea Exit, Or Call Sandie At 605-368-5447. WANTED DRIVER OR OWNER OPERATOR For Local or Long Distance Grain & Livestock Hauling •Good Equipment •Benefits V & S Trucking/ Prime Time Express Corsica, SD (605)946-5657 Ext 12 or 14 WANTED: Delivery Man, General Farm Person, Electrician/Maintenance Man, Welder Must Have A Driver’s License Phone (507)483-2245 Or (507)370-1590 Work From Home All Training Provided - Call Me Doug 605-321-1032

****WANTED**** Commercial Roofing Sheet Metal Workers & Foreman, Wages $15 - $25 Per Hour DOE,

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Honor Flight Veterans Honored at White House WASHINGTON, May 2017 — Veterans of World War II and the Korean and Vietnam Wars gathered at the White House on May 8th to be honored for their selfless service and the freedoms that endure to this day because of their brave actions. The veterans at the White House ceremony were part of an Honor Flight from northern Colorado. Honor Flights are conducted at no cost to the veterans and enable them to see the national memorials of the wars in which they fought. The men and women who have served and fought for freedom are the nation’s most cherished citizens, and are owed a debt of gratitude that will never be fully repaid, Vice President Mike Pence said. Pence and his wife Karen Pence, and the secretary of Veterans Affairs, David J. Shulkin, hosted the approximately 200 guests at the White House’s Eisenhower Executive Office Building. “It is my great honor, on behalf of the first family, here on National Military Appreciation Month, to welcome so many heroes to this special place,” he said. The veterans are “patriots of the highest order” who stepped forward and served with courage to “protect our nation and the values that we hold dear,” Pence said. The vice president said it is especially humbling to welcome the veterans since he had not served in the military himself. Pence noted the event comes on the 72nd anniversary of Victory in Europe Day. “It’s an honor and privilege more than I can say to be here with so many who fought in the greatest conflict of the 20th century, and who won freedom in World War II,” he said.

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other explosive devices have inflicted injuries that have our service members struggling to function once they get home. Studies have shown that creating art can decrease stress hormones, which can relax and lessen anxiety. Service members often deal with a complex set of feelings and emotions because of what they have experienced in combat, and that makes it difficult to relate to friends and family members. The invisible wounds can lead to feelings of shame, guilt and identity crises that might cause them to retreat and engage in isolating behaviors. Creating art to express feelings and help them externalize what they might have repressed for a long time can help service members resume a normal existence. The Military Healing

Arts program is a partnership between the Department of Defense and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). NEA grants help fund a military “healing arts” network. The results have been so promising that plans were made to extend the program to 12 more facilities across the country this year. However, possible cuts

to the NEA in the upcoming federal budget process may put such programs in serious jeopardy. To find out how you can voice your support for the Military Healing Arts program and other programs that benefit from NEA funding, see StandForTheArts. com. Stand for the Arts is an initiative of Ovation TV.

National Native American Veterans Memorial to be Washington WASHINGTON, May 2017 — A memorial to Native American veterans will be placed on the outside grounds of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. The anticipated dedication of the National Native American Veterans Memorial is Veterans Day, Nov. 11, 2020, according to Rebecca Trautmann, project manager of the memorial. Ben Nighthorse Campbell of the Northern Cheyenne nation and Chickasaw Nation Lt. Gov. Jefferson Keel are leading an advisory committee of tribal leaders and veterans in assisting with outreach to Native American nations and tribes and advising on plans for the memorial, Trautmann said. Also, the advisory committee and the museum are conducting community consultations to seek input and support for the memorial, she added. “Regional events

bring together tribal leaders, Native [American] veterans, and community members to gather their insights and advice.” There have been some 30 consultations to date with several more planned this summer. Trautmann noted that the memorial has received congressional approval and that no federal funding will be used for the project. The project is expected to cost $15 million and donations are being solicited. Proud Heritage Eileen Maxwell, public affairs director of the museum, said the memorial is fitting because “Native Americans have served in the armed forces in every major military conflict since the Revolutionary War and in greater numbers per capita than any other ethnic group.” She added that today, the Defense Department estimates that some 24,000 American Indian and Alaska

Native men and women are on active duty, and more than 150,000 veterans selfidentify as American Indian or Alaska Native. A new exhibit opened recently on the museum’s second floor, honoring Native Americans in the nation’s wars, Maxwell said. The exhibit, titled “Patriot Nations: Native Americans in Our Nation’s Armed Forces,” consists of 24 panels that depict achievements of Native Americans in various wars. Several duplicate panels have been made and the museum has been sending these “traveling” exhibits to both Native American and nonNative American communities across the U.S., she said. Another exhibit, which is temporary and will close Oct. 7, is titled “For a Love of His People: The Photography of Horace Poolaw.” Poolaw, a citizen of the Kiowa nation, was a World War II photographer and many of

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William F. Clayton William Francis Clayton, 93, passed away on Thursday, April 20, 2017. Visitation was at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Ave. on Friday, April 28, 2017 from 5:00-7:00 PM. Funeral Service was at Gloria Dei Church, 5500 E 57th St. on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 9:00 AM. Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society and to the South Dakota Tennis Hall of Fame. www.millerfh.com Lyle E. Hanson Lyle E Hanson, age 84, died on April 24, 2017. Funeral services was at 10:30 AM on Saturday, April 29, 2017 at George Boom Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. The family was present to greet friends for visitation from 5-7 PM on Friday, April 28, 2017 at the funeral home. Nicole Heidi Seeman Nicole Heidi Seeman, died April 25, 2017. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be designated to: Feisty Fighters. Memorial services were held 11:00AM Friday, April 28, 2017 at First Lutheran Church. The family was present to greet friends from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Thursday, April 27, 2017 at Miller Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Avenue. www.millerfh.com Daniel "Danny" T. Kealey Daniel Thomas Kealey died April 21, 2017. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00-7:00 PM with a scripture service at 7:00 PM Friday, April 28, 2017 at Miller South Funeral Chapel, 7400 S. Minn. Ave. Funeral Mass was at 10:30 AM Saturday, April 29, 2017 at St. Michael Catholic Church, 1600 S. Marion Rd. Memorials may be directed to Sanford Hospice, Dow Rummel Foundation, St. Michael's School, or support of any music education program of your choice. www.millerfh.com Gene Edward Woltjer Gene Edward Woltjer, age 67, passed away on March 1, 2017. Gene's remains were laid to rest at Salisbury National Cemetery, Salisbury, NC. in a private committal service. A Celebration of Life Service, with full military honors, was held to honor the memory of Gene Woltjer in the chapel at McCrossan Boys Ranch, 47135 260th Street, N, Sioux Falls, at 3:00 PM on Saturday, April 29, 2017.

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Mardella Edna Marie Lounsbery Mardella Lounsbery, 83, died Monday, April 24, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30AM Friday, April 28, 2017at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Sioux Falls with burial at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery, Marion. Visitation with family present was from 5:30-7PM Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the church with a Scripture Service at 7:00PM. Arrangements by Heritage Funeral Home. www.heritagesfsd.com Rev. Joan Jacobus Rev. Joan (Stary) Jacobus, 69, died on February 21, 2017. Memorial services were at 11:00AM Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the First Presbyterian Church in Parker. Arrangements by Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home. hofmeisterjones.com Ella Roling Ella M. Roling, age 95, died Saturday, April 22, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 10:30 AM Friday, April 28, 2017 at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Madison. The family was present for visitation 5-7 PM Thursday, April 27, 2017 with a wake service at 7:00 PM at Ellsworth Funeral Home. Visitation also one hour prior to Mass at the church. Inurnment was at Franklin Cemetery, rural Chester. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.ellsworthfh.com. Julie Sendelbach Julie Sendelbach died on Monday, April 24, 2017. Funeral Mass was Friday, April 28, 2017 at 10:00 AM at Holy Spirit Church, 3601 Dudley Lane in Sioux Falls. Burial was at Woodlawn Cemetery. There was a visitation at Holy Spirit Church Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 6:00 PM; and a wake service at 7:00 PM. Heritage Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. www. heritagesfsd.com Eldine Ruth Den Boer Eldine Ruth Den Boer, 74, passed away Sunday, April 23, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30 AM Thursday, April 27, 2017 at the Reformed Church in Dell Rapids. Burial was in Logan Reformed Cemetery, rural Dell Rapids. Visitation with the family present was from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at Minnehaha Funeral Home in Dell Rapids. Prayer service was at 7:00 PM. minnehahafuneralhome.com Robert May Robert May, 74, passed away on Sunday, April 23, 2017. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00 - 7:00 PM Wednesday, April 26, 2017 at Miller Funeral Home-Downtown, 507 S. Main Ave. Memorial service was at 10:30 am Thursday, April 27, 2017 at Faith Temple Church, 2121 W. 33rd Street. www.millerfh.com

Robert Mincer Robert W. Mincer passed away Sunday, April 23, 2017. A memorial service was held on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 11:00AM at the Miller Funeral Southside Chapel, 7400 S Minnesota Ave. Family was present for the visitation on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 5-7PM at the Southside Chapel. www. millerfh.com Joyce Pederson Joyce L. Pederson, died April 29, 2017. Funeral services were held at 10:00AM Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Visitation was from 5-7 PM on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 with family present at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. www.millerfh.com Patrick J. McMahon Patrick James McMahon, 62, passed away April 30, 2017. Funeral Service was at 11:00 AM Friday, May 5, 2017 at Miller Southside Funeral Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Ave. Family was present to greet friends from 5:00 - 7:00 PM on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at Miller Southside Funeral Chapel. millerfh.com Virgil Bosch Virgil Bosch, 89, died Saturday, Apr. 29, 2017. Services were held at 10:30 AM Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at Chancellor Reformed Church, Visitation with the family present was from 5 to 7 PM, Tuesday, May 2, 2017 at Dindot-Klusmann Funeral Home, Lennox. dindotklusmann. com Darline Meinerts Darline D. Meinerts, 82, died Sunday, April 30, 2017. A complete obituary and online condolences may be found at www. georgeboom.com Anzelika Mestserjakov Anzelika "Angie" Mestserjakova, 55, died on April 29, 2017. Private arrangements were entrusted to Miller Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be designated to Transfiguration Orthodox Church or Feisty Fighters. Messages of condolence and memories may be left at www.millerfh.com. Jason Miller Jason Miller, 43, died April 30, 2017. Funeral Services were held 10:30AM Wednesday, May 3, 2017, at First Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls. The family was present to greet friends from 5:00 to 7:00PM Tuesday, May 2, 2017, at Miller Funeral Home, 507 S. Main Avenue. www.millerfh.com Valera Morgan Valera (Vicki) Maxine (Plooster) Morgan was born on November 24, 1932. The family was present from 5:00 to 7:00 PM Thursday, May 4, 2017 to greet friends at Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls. A private family memorial service was held. www.heritagesfsd.com

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Jim Larson Jim Larson passed away on May 8, 2017. Visitation was 3-7 PM Friday, May 12, 2017 at Wesley United Methodist Church with family present 5-7 PM. Funeral was 10 AM Saturday, May 13, 2017 at the church. Full obituary chapelhillfuneralhome.com.

Therissa Te Slaa Mrs. Therissa Te Slaa, age 92, passed away on Sunday, April 30, 2017. There was a funeral service on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 11:00AM, at the First Reformed Church in Hull. Interment followed the service at the Hope Cemetery in Hull. Visitation was on Tuesday, May 2, 2017 with the family present from 5:00 to 7:00PM, at the Oolman Funeral Home in Hull. Memorials may be directed to the Hull Christian School. You may view the full obituary and express your sympathy at www. oolman.com.

Donarae "Poppy" Jolley Donarae "Poppy" Jolley died May 5, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30AM May 9, 2017 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Sioux Falls. The family was present an hour before the service. Private family burial at Bluff View Cemetery in Vermillion.

Angeline Calsbeek Angeline J. Calsbeek, 88, died on April 21, 2017. Funeral services were at 10:30AM, May 1, 2017 at First Reformed Church, Sibley. Visitation with family was from 6-8PM, April 30, 2017 at Andringa Funeral Home, Sibley. andringafuneralhome.com Leonard Cimpl Leonard John Cimpl, 92, died April 23, 2017. Mass of Christian Burial was at 10:30AM, April 28, 2017 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Tabor. Burial in St. Wenceslaus Cemetery, Tabor, with Military Graveside Rites by the Kortan-Hatwan American Legion Post #183, Tabor, and US Navy Honor Guard. Visitation 5PM, April 27, 2017 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Tabor, Wake Service at 7PM. opsahl-kostelfuneralhome.com Clinton R. Juhnke Clinton R. Juhnke, 85, passed away on Friday, May 5, 2017. Funeral service was on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at 10:AM at Salem United Church of Christ in Parkston. Visitation was on Monday, May 8, 2017 from 5 to 7 PM at Koehn Bros. Funeral Home in Parkston. Walter Holtkamp Walter Holtkamp, 96, passed away on Friday, May 5, 2017. Funeral Service was at 10:00 AM Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at Peace Lutheran Church in Alcester. Burial was in the Peace Lutheran Cemetery rural Alcester. Visitation with the family was held at 6:30 PM Monday, May 8, 2017 with a prayer service at 8:00 PM at Peace Lutheran Church in Alcester. The Porter Funeral Home is assisting the family. Condolences may be sent to www.porterfuneralhomes.com.

Marvin Coulter Marvin W. Coulter, 83, died Wednesday, May 3, 2017. Funeral services were at 11:00 AM, Wednesday, May 10, 2017, at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was from 5:00 until 7:00 PM, Tuesday, May 9, 2017, at George Boom Funeral Home & Crematory, Sioux Falls. Memorials may be directed to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Genevieve J. Harmon Genevieve Jeanette Harmon, 77, died May 3, 2017. Funeral services were at 10AM Tues., May 9, 2017 at the Centerville United Church of Christ. The family was present from 6-8PM Monday, May 8, 2017 at Wass Funeral Home in Centerville. wassfuneralhome.com Harvey Schmidt Harvey Schmidt, 90, passed away on May 5, 2017. Visitation was from 5-7 PM on Monday, May 8, 2017 at the Walter Funeral Home in Freeman. Burial was held at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at the Freeman City Cemetery followed by a Memorial Service at First Baptist Church of Sioux Falls at 2 PM also on Tuesday. Dale J. Krier Dale J. Krier, 81, passed away Thursday, May 4, 2017. Funeral mass was at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, May 9, 2017 at St. Ann's Catholic Church in Humboldt. Visitation was Monday, May 8, 2017 from 5-7 PM with a 7 PM rosary and prayer service at the church in Humboldt. www. kinzleyfh.com Alan Spackman Rickert Alan Spackman Rickert , 86, passed away May 6, 2017. A memorial service was held at 7:00PM Wednesday, May 10, 2017 at Heritage Funeral Home, with visitation from 5:00-9:00PM. A funeral service and burial will be held Memorial Day weekend at First Presbyterian Church in Sisseton. www. heritagesfsd.com


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Total time: 1 hour, 25 minutes Serves: 6 1/3 cup ketchup 1/3 cup packed dark brown sugar 1/3 cup low-sodium soy sauce 1/4 cup pineapple juice 4 tablespoons olive oil, divided, plus additional for brushing grill 1 1/2 tablespoons rice vinegar 4 tsp. Litehouse Instantly Fresh Garlic 1 tablespoon Litehouse Instantly Fresh Ginger 1/2 teaspoon sesame oil 3/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, plus additional, to taste salt, to taste 1 3/4 lb. boneless, skinless chicken breast, chopped into 1 1/4-inch cubes 1 large red onion, diced into 1 1/4-inch pieces 1 1/2 large green peppers, in 1 1/4” pieces 3 cups fresh cubed pineapple Coleslaw: 1 package (14 ounces) coleslaw mix 1 cup diced red pepper 1 cup diced pineapple 1/2 cup slivered almonds 1/2 cup Litehouse Coleslaw dressing In mixing bowl, whisk together ketchup, brown sugar, soy sauce, pineapple juice, 2 tablespoons olive oil, rice vinegar, garlic, ginger and sesame oil. Stir in pepper and season with salt, if desired. Place chicken in gallon-sized re-sealable bag. Reserve 1/2 cup marinade in refrigerator then pour remaining marinade over chicken. Seal bag and refrigerate 1-2 hours. Soak 10 wooden skewer sticks in water 1 hour. While chicken marinates, prepare coleslaw. In medium bowl, toss together coleslaw mix, red pepper, pineapple, almonds and coleslaw dressing. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Heat grill to 400 F. Drizzle remaining olive oil over red onion, bell pepper and pineapple; toss. Season red onion and bell pepper with salt and pepper then thread red onion, bell pepper, pineapple and chicken onto skewers until all chicken is used. Brush grill grates with olive oil then place skewers on grill. Grill 5 minutes then brush along tops with 1/4 cup marinade. Rotate to opposite side and brush remaining marinade on opposite side; grill about 4 minutes, or until chicken registers 165 F in center on instant read thermometer. Serve skewers warm with coleslaw.

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MAKES: 6 SERVINGS • 12 slices watermelon cut into rounds or squares, approximately 3 inches wide and 1/2 inch thick, with seeds removed • 1/2 cup balsamic vinegar • 2 tablespoons honey • 1/2 pound fresh mozzarella cheese, cut into 12 slices • salt, to taste • pepper, to taste • 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves, loosely chopped • 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil • 1 sprig basil, for garnish Place watermelon slices on paper towels and cover with additional paper towels to absorb excess fluid. In small saucepan over medium heat, add vinegar and honey. Stir to blend, bring to simmer and reduce heat. Stir occasionally until mixture is reduced by almost half. (Do not let reduce too far or allow to froth.) Set aside to cool slightly. On large platter, place watermelon slices and top each with slice of cheese. Add salt and pepper, to taste, then sprinkle basil leaves evenly over top. Drizzle with olive oil, followed by reduced balsamic vinegar. Garnish with sprig of basil. Tip: Use red and yellow watermelon for an extra pretty presentation.

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10th St Hy-Vee Cafe at 3PM. • Coffee Chats – Tuesdays in May from 10-11:00am. This is a chance to sit down and visit with local employers about topics that you may have thought about, or wondered about. It’s an informal way to “chat”, and ask your questions, and get their insights. May 9: Why use an employment agency, featuring Todd from Employment Edge. May 16: TBD - something with DOL/Career Center. May 23:Why would I want to work in healthcare? Featuring Cierra, HR from Avera. May 30: Best & Worst Interviewing Stories, with Jeff from PeopleReady. No registration required, just show up and enjoy. For more information, call (605) 333-3318 or email bridgeserc@ activegen.org. • Workshop: Interviewing Basics – Wednesday, May 17th from 10-11:30 am. Learn tips and tricks to really do well at YOUR next interview! Interviewing is often the hardest part of the entire job search process. We will talk about how to answer tough questions, like “what are your weaknesses”, “tell me a little bit

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about yourself”, “what did you like and dislike about your former boss”. Come join us for an interactive presentation, and leave feeling empowered! Registration requested, call (605) 333-3318 or email bridgeserc@activegen.org for more information. • Active Generations Dance Schedule: May – May 23: Happy Memories – Spring Fling; May 30: Larry The Rythmair. Active Generations Members $5, Non-Members - $6. *Special Dances: A.G. Members $6 / Non-members $7. In case of inclement weather do call Active Generations to make sure dance is still on: (605) 336-6722. • Sioux Falls Stamp Club Meeting – 1st Wednesday of the month at 7pm at Caille Branch Library, 4100 Carnegie Circle, W 49th St. Next meeting is May 3, 2017. Collectors of all ages welcome. For more information, call (605) 361-8331. • Legends of Dakota Country Music: Hall of Fame Annual Event – Sunday, May 21 starting at 2pm. Held at the American Legion, 1701 W. Legion Drive. Admission is $5. Larry Olsen will open the inductees show. House band is Colt 45 Country. After the inductees, it’s an open jam. Food will be served. • Free Public History Event, “Native American History through Artifacts” – Thursday, May 18 at the Old Courthouse Museum, 200 W 6th St. Larry Ness, CEO and Chairman of the Board of the First Dakota National Bank will present on his collection of Western Americana including his extensive collection of American Indian art & artifacts, 1000’s of photographs of Plains Indians and papers & letters of early South Dakota History at 7pm. For more information, call (605) 951-9200 or email info@ minnehahahistory.org or Like us on facebook. • Sioux Falls Area Retired School Personnel Association Meeting – Tuesday, May 23 at 11am at the Royal Fork Restaurant, 4601 W. Empire Place, for a Buffet Luncheon. All area retired school personnel are invited to attend. Program: Installation of Officers and Memorial–Remembrance Service. • Davis “Second Saturday” Flea Market & Artisan Fair – Mark your calendars on second Saturday of each month to be in Davis from 9am-4pm! You name and it you just might find it here at The Davis Flea Market & Artisan Fair! Decor, antiques, primatives, restorables, upcycled, repurposed, home baked breads & pies and things we haven’t even thought of yet in one day of shopping with LOCAL VENDORS! All here just outside your doorstep! Marge’s Antiques is open for everyone to shop in near the park. Hot lunch is being served at the American Legion, and “husband sitting” is always available at the Davis Bar and in the seating area of The General Store. The list of vendors is available on the Solace Farm General Store facebook page and a few spaces may be available still for upcoming months. If you are interested in selling download the information from

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THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Having waited for what seemed like forever to marry Brooke, Bill planned a beautiful private ceremony to take place sooner rather than later. A concerned RJ confronted his mother about marrying Bill knowing that she still had feelings for Ridge. As Brooke was getting ready for her wedding, Katie questioned her sister about which man she planned to marry when she walked down the aisle. Quinn made a phone call, which she hoped would fix the problem that she helped cause. Nicole and Zende made a decision about their marriage after spending a significant amount of time with another family member. Brooke finally walks down the aisle to greet her groom. Will she say “I do”? Wait to See: Guilt becomes overwhelming for a recipient of a lifesaving favor. DAYS OF OUR LIVES Deimos’s plan started to fall apart when Xander presented a new list of demands. Gabi and Chad were stunned to run into each other in Greece. Eric and Nicole worked together to escape. Dario received some surprising news and asked Abigail for a favor. Nicole was reunited with Holly. Xander and Eric went over their past as Xander made plans to find Nicole. Kayla informed Brady that his condition was getting worse. Marlena shared an emotional reunion with John. Abigail thought about accepting Dario’s proposal. Chad confided in Gabi about the amulet. Lani urged Eli to fight for Gabi. Chloe got a new job opportunity. Wait to See: Sonny and Paul deliver Guy into JJ’s custody. GENERAL HOSPITAL Valentin rose to the challenge. Franco returned to Port Charles. Jason had a heart-to-heart talk with Jake. Alexis made significant progress. Michael made a startling discovery. Anna gained an ally and then got the upper hand. Liz was extremely hopeful. Jake’s hobby seemed very promising. Lulu caught a break with Charlotte. Nina confided in Andre. Martina made a house call. Michael was rebuffed. Bobbie wanted what was best for Carly. Robin sensed something was amiss. Michael ran into Kiki. Nelle felt all alone while Lulu was surrounded by family. Hayden laid a trap. Nathan came to Anna’s rescue. Lucy was won over. Carly ran into Ava. Hayden didn’t know what to believe anymore. Wait to See: Bobbie tells a white lie. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Billy convinced Victoria to move up her travel plans for the commercial shoot. She then hired Jordan for the job, who in turn invited Hilary on the trip. Juliet tried to lift Cane’s spirits, but he felt shut out by Billy and Victoria. Phyllis did her best to hide her disappointment when Billy told her about his trip with Victoria. Sharon confessed to Scott that she wasn’t officially divorced yet. They later connected as they talked about her work at the crisis hotline. Abby admitted to her mother that she was the one who reached out to Dina. Ashley gloated to Phyllis that Billy and Victoria probably were already back together. Wait to See: Noah grows suspicious of Tessa. (c) 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

& 3. Open Friday 5pm till close, Saturday 3pm till close. Canton Optimist Club Youth Days Carnival! Advance tickets available at Farmers State Bank, First Bank & Trust, Great Western Bank, Haisch Pharmacy and Sunshine Foods. • 3rd Annual Women’s Sparkle, Shine & Wine Run – Saturday, June 3 starting at 10am. Held at the Strawbale Winery, Renner, SD. 10K, 5K or 2-Woman Relay. All ages and abilities of women and girls are encouraged to participate. A run to benefit Women’s Education. For more information, visit www.sparkleshinerun.com. • Annual Spring Open House – June 3rd from 12-6pm, held at the Wilde Prairie Winery,

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According to OSHA and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, out of 4,379 worker fatalities in private industry in the 2015 calendar year, 937 or 21.4% were in construction — that is, one in five worker deaths last year were in construction. May 8-12, 2017 is National Safety “Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction” week. The local Home Builders Association of the Sioux Empire (HBASE) is dedicated to the promotion of best safety practices for construction jobsites. Each month, the association holds an educational safety course as a part of their ongoing Safety Series. The classes are open for member and non-member companies to register. The HBASE encourages all local companies to register their employees for these courses as a way to improve the safety knowledge and awareness of everyone involved in helping to grow our communities. UPCOMING 2017 SAFETY SERIES COURSES: • Hand and Power Tool Hazards – June 6 ($40 HBASE Members / $80 Non-Members) • Fall Protection; Competent Person Training – July 11 ($80 HBASE Members / $160 Non-Members) • PPE & Life Safety Equipment – August 1 ($40 HBASE Members / $80 Non-Members) • Trenching & Excavation; Competent Person Training – September 5 ($80 HBASE Members / $160 Non-Members) • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Course – November 7 & 8 ($150 HBASE Members / $300 Non-Members) • Most Frequently Cited OSHA Violations – December 5 ($40 HBASE Members / $80 Non-Members) View more information about each course by visiting the calendar page at hbasiouxempire.com. The courses are held at the Home Builders Association of the Sioux Empire’s office, which is located at 6904 S Lyncrest Place in Sioux Falls. Those interested in registering for an upcoming course can do so by calling 605-361-8322. Safety Series courses are sponsored in thanks to Fischer Rounds & Associates Inc. and Lloyd Companies. Following this year’s event, we will be having our Appreciation BBQ at the Ranch. It will feature fabulous ranch-cooked food, wagon rides, tours, and more. • 2017 Dakota Royal Charity Draft Horse Show – Featuring the top six-horse hitches in the U.S. Saturday & Sunday, June 24 & 25. 1pm show time both days. For more information, visit www. swiftelcenter.com

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Top 10 Movies On Demand HOLLYWOOD — Big news in Hollywood ... Jack Nicholson’s making a new film! His last film was the 2010 dud “How Do You Know,” with Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd and Owen Wilson ($100 million cost and $49 million gross). The film’s failure must have been a big disappointment for Jack, because he hadn’t announced any new projects since then. When asked in 2013 if he’d retired, he said, “I haven’t quit acting; I just quit hitting on women.” It was known he had trouble memorizing and remembering lines, and many speculated he was suffering from early stages of dementia. But apparently Jack approached Brad Grey at Paramount Pictures with the idea that he play the kooky father in the remake of the hit German/Austrian comedy “Toni Erdman,” which scored big at Cannes and was nominated for a best foreign film Oscar this year. Paramount moved on his idea and has already cast Kristin Wiig to play his daughter. *** Netflix is moving full steam ahead with the $105 million production of Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” with Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci, Bobby Cannavale and Harvey Keitel. It’s about a mob hit man who recalls his possible involvement with the slaying of Jimmy Hoffa. Scorsese is currently working on “The Devil in the City,” with Leonardo DiCaprio, and “Killers of the Flower Moon,” which also will star DiCaprio and De Niro. Pacino, meanwhile, has finished playing Tennessee Williams in “God Looked Away,” which, judging from reviews, will not hit Broadway without being reworked. He was represented at The Tribeca Film festival with “Dabka,” with Evan Peters and Melanie Griffith, and is working on the crime drama “Hangman,” with Brittany Snow (of “Pitch Perfect”). *** Merchant Ivory Productions is cele-

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Jack Nicholson brating the 30th anniversary of “Maurice,” originally released in 1987. A 26-year-old Hugh Grant has a love affair with 29-year-old James Wilby. It also has Ben Kingsley (then 43) and Rupert Graves (then 23). The film has been upgraded with a 4K scan, new magnetic soundtrack and a new 5.1 audio mix. Director James Ivory hopes a new generation of moviegoers will pay to see “Maurice,” despite its being available on DVD and for downloading. It hits big screens June 2. Mark May 26 on your calendar. That’s when you’ll be able to see the long-awaited “Baywatch,” with Dwayne Johnson, Zac Efron and, yes, even David Hasselhoff. “Baywatch” is up against Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man Tell No Tales,” and newly single Brad Pitt in “War Machine,” with Ben Kingsley, Tilda Swenton and Topher Grace. Can “Baywatch” sink “Pirates,” or will Brad Pitt’s “War Machine” blow up the box office? © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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competition begins at 10am. It’s all about the Music, Wine, Beer and BBQ. Contact Lisa Verdin at (605) 306-5335 or email lverdin@bgcsiouxempire.org. • 2017 McCrossan Golf Classic for Kids & Appreciation BBQ – Wednesday, June 21st at Elmwood Golf Course in Sioux Falls (1:00 shotgun start). Get your four-some together today and get registered! It’s sure to be a day filled with friendly competition, fun games and lots of prizes.

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• Learn to Dance the Cha Cha – Dance Lessons at Borrowed Bucks. Next five Saturday Nights beginning at 6 PM. Instruction by Jerry and Kathy Nusz. $6.00 per person. • Suicide Awareness 5K & Walk (Sioux Falls) – Saturday, June 17 held at Falls Park. Check-in is at 8:30am & Walk/Run starts at 9am. All proceeds support local suicide prevention and survivor servifes. #stepforwardSD. To register: helplinecenter.org or call (605) 274-1418. • 2017 Event for the Boys & Girls Club of the Sioux Empire – Celebrity Walleye Classic: Saturday, June 17 held at Lake Poinsett, SD. Event link: http://www. bgcsiouxempire.org/celebritywalleye-classics/4591889748. Cost: $160/team. Our featured celebrities this year will be Zach Zenner (Detroit Lions) and Riley Reiff (MN Vikings). Watch for details on additional celebrity guests. All proceeds to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of the Sioux Empire. 7-8am: Registration, 8am-4:pm: Tournament. Lake Region Golf Course: Weigh-ins & Social, Awards Ceremony and Celebrity After Party. Buffalo Wild Wings Club Classic: Friday, July 21. Cost: $500/team or $125/person. Registration begins at 8am, Tee-off at 9am. Held at Brandon Golf Course. Event link: http://www.bgcsiouxempire.org/ golf-tournament/4591125976. This will be a 4-person scramble with a shotgun start. Folk Off & Rib Challenge: Saturday, July 29, competition begins at 10am at Strawbale Winery. Cost: $15. Event link: http://strawbalewinery.com/folk-off. Up to 12 bands will compete for Peoples’ Choice and Judges Choice and a chance to perform at the Sioux River Folk Festival the following weekend. Up to 6 local BBQ vendors will compete for Peoples’ Choice. The

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Top 10 DVD, Blu-ray Sales 1. Underworld: Blood Wars ..... (R) Sony 2. La La Land .................... (PG-13) Lionsgate 3. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story ............. (PG-13) Disney 4. Moana ..................................(PG) Disney 5. Hidden Figures ....................(PG) FOX 6. Split ................................ (PG-13) Universal 7. Sing .......................................(PG) Universal 8. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them ..................... (PG-13) Warner Bros. 9. Sleepless ................................. (R) Universal 10. Trolls ...................................(PG) FOX Source: ComScore © 2017 King Features Synd., Inc.

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MOMENTS IN TIME * On May 20, 1862, the Union Congress passes the Homestead Act, allowing an adult, male or female, to claim 160 acres of land from the public domain. Homesteaders had to cultivate and improve the land by building a barn or house and live on the claim for five years, at which time it became theirs with a $10 filing fee. * On May 21, 1927, Charles Lindbergh lands at Le Bourget Field in Paris, 33 hours after leaving New York, successfully completing the first solo, nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean. * On May 15, 1942, gasoline rationing begins in 17 states to aid the U.S. war effort. Rationing soon took effect in all 50 states, and coupons became a hot commodity on the black market. * On May 17, 1954, in a major civil-rights victory, the U.S. Supreme Court hands down a unanimous decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, ruling that racial segregation in public educational facilities is unconstitutional. * On May 16, 1960, following the downing of an American U-2 spy plane by the Soviet Union, Russian leader Khrushchev lashes out at the U.S. during a Paris summit meeting with President Dwight Eisenhower. The outburst angered Eisenhower and During This Week doomed any chances for in May successful talks. * On May 18, 1989, in Beijing, 1 million protesters take to the streets calling for a more democratic political system. On June 3, Chinese armed forces stormed Tiananmen Square, killing thousands and arresting over 10,000 protestors in what became known as the Tiananmen Square Massacre. * On May 19, 1997, a 3-year-old boy dies of avian influenza in Hong Kong. By the time the outbreak was controlled, six people were dead and 1.6 million domestic fowl were destroyed. The virus later mutated, becoming extraordinarily lethal, and killed 62 people in Asia before spreading to Europe.

Ex-spouse questions whether divorce did more harm than good Q: Should I consider remarrying my ex-spouse for the sake of our child? We recently got divorced, but over the past few weeks I’ve become increasingly concerned about the impact of this family breakup upon our preschooler. As the dust settles, I wonder if maybe we could have made a better go of it. Jim: Divorce often involves plenty of anger and bitterness. If your exspouse has no desire to continue the relationship, there probably isn’t much that can be done to change this. However, if you are both willing to lay those feelings aside and move beyond the hurts and resentments of the past, there’s a chance you could put your relationship back together again. You’re correct in thinking this would be in your child’s best interests. When separation or divorce occurs, it’s common for each of the spouses to focus on the changes the other party needs to make, rather than engaging in the frank self-evaluation that is always necessary for genuine growth and healing. Are you aware of ways that you may have contributed to the breakup of your marriage? Examine yourself honestly to see clearly into your own intentions, motives and blind spots. A divorce recovery class, possibly at a local church, can be very helpful in this regard. If your former spouse is willing to undergo the same rigorous process of self-examination, the time may

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Focus on the Family eventually arrive when the two of you are ready to seek counseling together. At that point, you can begin to take some definite steps toward restoring your marriage. This will take time, patience, and a great deal of wisdom and discernment. But I believe your efforts can be successful if both of you are prepared to do the hard work required. Our staff counselors would be happy to help. Call 1-800-232-6459 or visit FocusOnTheFamily.com. Q: How can we help our 4-yearold overcome her fears about going to sleep in the dark? We’ve tried everything -- an established bedtime, a night-light in the bedroom, books, prayers, songs -- but nothing seems to help. Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting and Youth: My kids were also scared of the dark when they were young; it’s fairly common for small children. Their imaginations are developing quickly and they can have

trouble distinguishing fantasy from reality. Your daughter is probably going through a phase and will outgrow it in time. First, ask yourself if there have been any recent changes at home or preschool that could have precipitated the fear. Then ask your daughter what she sees, and what looks, sounds or feels scary to her -- and what would help her feel safe. Help her train her imagination to think of fun, creative stories that have some excitement and end well. If she sees a monster in her mind, have her draw it the next day and dress it up to make it funny and friendly. Give the critter a name and make up goofy stories about it. If this isn’t working after a week or two, try other methods. A nightlight in the room or hall is great, but make sure it doesn’t cast any scary shadows on the wall. My daughter loved having several stuffed animals strategically placed on guard, including one special “bedtime buddy.” My son enjoyed listening to soothing music just before falling asleep. Each child is different, so what may work for one may not work for the other; you’ll need to be creative. The goal is to help channel the youngster’s imagination that can quickly be controlled by fear. Finally, teach your daughter simple ways to talk to God if she wakes up in the night. He cares deeply for her. © Copyright 2017 Focus on the Family

Jim Daly is a husband and father, an author, and president of Focus on the Family and host of the Focus on the Family radio program. Catch up with him at www.jimdalyblog.com or at www.facebook.com/DalyFocus. COPYRIGHT 2017 FOCUS ON THE FAMILY, COLORADO SPRINGS, CO 80995

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Precious heritage The book, We Americans, published by the National Geographic Society in 1976, depicts a family of eight early settlers, four of whom are holding Bibles in their hands. The caption opens with the words: “Book of books, the Bible, was the end and means of the education of early Americans.” This is confirmed by the

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This does not mean that all our Revolutionary forefathers were saved, or regenerated by personal faith in Christ, but the evidence is abundant that they were, as a whole, Godfearing men, and this was bound to have a significant effect on their thinking and their conduct. And, indeed, there were among them many born-again believers.

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Revolutionary times conjure up in our minds such pictures as Washington praying earnestly at Valley Forge, the members of Congress kneeling together in prayer for divine guidance, and the precepts of Scripture being pressed home again and again by those high in government, while the citizens in general trembled at God’s Word. It goes without saying that our nation plays a strategic role in the affairs of the world. Our influence is great. However, America will not again exert the right kind of influence in the world until the Church of Christ recovers from her spiritual illness and our national leaders and the populace once more become at least Godfearing. The fear of God does not in itself save from sin’s penalty, but it is the first step toward salvation. Moreover, God’s Word declares: “By the fear of the Lord men depart from evil” (Prov. 16:6). © 2017 Berean Bible Society


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Ethics and integrity Dear Dave, I’ll be getting out of the military soon, and I want to open a coffee roastery in civilian life. I had planned to work at an established place like Starbucks for a while so I can learn the business. Recently, I’ve become concerned with this idea from an ethical point of view. Can you give me some guidance? Wayne Dear Wayne, First, thank you for your

service. The fact that you have enough integrity to even think about this means you’re a conscientious, honest person. I think you’re going to be okay. Making and serving coffee is not a proprietary set of information. It’s done all over the world by lots of people, so you’re not violating any ethics by doing that. Now there would definitely be something wrong with you stealing another company’s exact recipes or logo, but I think

you already knew that. There’s nothing wrong with learning how to make different coffee drinks that are made all over the world. Starbucks doesn’t have a corner on that. There are coffeehouses all across America these days, so there’s no ethics breach. Just understand what’s proprietary about a company or a brand, and don’t duplicate that. Best of luck to you, sir! —Dave

Don’t compromise your emergency fund Dear Dave, My wife and I are debtfree, and we’re ready to start building our first home. We’re a little short on cash to make the 20 percent down payment you recommend, but we do have a fully funded emergency fund in place. Would it be okay to take a little out of our emergency fund to make up the difference? Chris Dear Chris, Well, you didn’t give me exact numbers here. I don’t know how short a little short is, and I don’t know how big

your emergency fund is. If you use a little of your emergency fund to round off the 20 percent and then you have an emergency, where are you going to be? I recommend always having three to six months of expenses set aside for emergencies. If you’ve got $50,000 in your emergency fund and you use $10,000 of it, you’ll be fine. But anything that leaves you with less than three or four months of expenses stashed away would worry me. That’s the way you’ve got to look at it. Just use a little common sense with the numbers.

I’d love for you to put down 20 percent because you’d avoid private mortgage insurance (PMI), which runs about $75 a month per $100,000 borrowed. It costs you a lot of money if you don’t put down 20 percent. You should try to do that if possible, but don’t be irresponsible with your emergency fund in the process. Your emergency fund, when it’s there, tends to keep emergencies away. When it’s not there, you have a tendency to attract emergencies and your life starts to sound like a sad country song! —Dave

* Dave Ramsey is CEO of Ramsey Solutions. He has authored seven best-selling books, including The Total Money Makeover. The Dave Ramsey Show is heard by more than 12 million listeners each week on 575 radio stations and multiple digital platforms. Follow Dave on the web at daveramsey.com and on Twitter at @DaveRamsey.

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Milk is included in all the menus. Menu’s are subject to changes Tuesday: A-Cheese Sticks, B-Cook’s Choice SIOUX FALLS ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS Thursday: Thai Chicken, Stir Fry Vegetables, **Dinner Roll, Fresh Fruit Friday: **Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, **Dinner Roll, Green Beans, Pears Monday: **French Toast Bites, Scrambled Eggs, Dragon Juice, Mixed Fruit Tuesday: **Chicken Nuggets, Green Beans, Berry Blend, **Dinner Roll Wednesday: Hot Dog on **Bun, Calico Beans, Pears SIOUX FALLS SECONDARY SCHOOLS Thursday: **Fish Wedges 5-17-17

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Reader drank mercury from a thermometer! DEAR DR. ROACH: You probably have never gotten a question like this. How much mercury is in an old thermometer? A month ago, I wasn’t feeling well, so I took my temperature with an old thermometer that seemed to be taking too long to work. Long story short, I broke it into my hot cup of coffee, which I drank before I realized that I had broken the thermometer. I didn’t finish the whole cup. What happens to mercury when it’s in hot liquid? Does it sink or float? Is it visible? Does it have a taste or smell? What will happen to me? I didn’t call the poison center or my doctor; I was too embarrassed. I did end up being sick for a long time. I had a fever (I got a new thermometer), sore throat, terrible headache that lasted for days, my blood pressure was elevated and I vomited on the fifth day after ingesting the mercury. I don’t know if some of the symptoms were from a reaction to the Nyquil I had taken, which has never bothered me before. Any suggestions? -Anon. ANSWER: I wasn’t embarrassed to call the Poison Control Center at 800-222-1222 -- you should have called immediately, too. They confirmed the teaching I received: The mercury in a thermometer is elemental mercury, not the toxic organic mercury salts,

Keith Roach, M.D. so it would not normally be absorbed. Mercury is very heavy, much denser than water, so it would have sunk to the bottom of the coffee quickly, and odds are you didn’t even ingest much of it. It stays brightsilver, but you probably would not have seen it through the dark coffee. The expert I spoke with was just as concerned about the broken glass you might have ingested. I suspect the symptoms you describe have nothing to do with the mercury. Even though the news I give you is good, I still would go to your doctor and discuss it. If someone came in to me with these symptoms, I would look for other reasons for them, not mercury. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 68-year-old man with numbness in my hand for the past seven years. A neurologist diagnosed me with carpal tunnel syndrome and prescribed special gloves. I have no

hand pain, only numbness when I elevate my arms, which also causes neck and shoulder pain. What can I do to get some relief? -B.W. ANSWER: Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by compression of the median nerve in the wrist. It may cause numbness and pain in the hands. The pain can travel up the arm, but rarely affects the arm above the elbow, and neck/ shoulder pain makes me concerned that the nerve compression causing your hand numbness might be originating in your neck. It is possible you have both carpal tunnel syndrome and a “pinched nerve” in the neck, but compression of the nerve in the neck could cause all the symptoms you are telling me about. A careful exam usually sorts this out, but an MRI may be necessary to confirm. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu. To view and order health pamphlets, visit www.rbmamall.com, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803. (c) 2017 North America Synd., Inc.

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