__MAIN_TEXT__

Page 1

Wednesday, February 17, 2021 • Find The Loop and Home Show Sections Inside

339-3633

TAXES CAN BE PUZZLING G ...

TAXES CAN BE PUZZLING G ...

NNEE SS SS IC SSEERR VV IC EE

*Make appt online @ TA X & B O O K K E E P I N G

©

sfshoppingnews.com

Contactless & Drop Off Available www.nesstax.com

TA X & B O O K K E E P I N G

20 20

INCOME %%INCOME TAX TAX PREPARATION Good on only original individual tax returns from 1040 series. Maximum discount $35.

OFF PREPARATION OFF

4005 S. Western Ave., PO Box 5184, Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184

INCOME TAX PREPARATION

NESSTAX.COM NESSTAX.COM

EXPIRES 2-28-21 3220 West 57th St., Sioux Falls | 605.361.5311 617 N. Main Ave., Garretson 3220 St., Sioux | 605.361.5311 617 N. Main Ave., Garretso 1616 EastWest 10th 57th St., Sioux Falls | Falls 605.332.4829 605.594.6484

1616 East 10th St., Sioux Falls | 605.332.4829

605.594.6484

Loosbrock Digging Service is currently seeking hard working, motivated applicants for:

BUY TEN $5 GIFT CERTIFICATES, GET TEN FREE

Boring Operator • General Laborer

These are seasonal positions and pay is based on skills and experience. Hubs located in Worthington and Lismore with future outpost in South Dakota. We provide services in SW Minnesota, SE South Dakota and NW Iowa. Light travel with paid hotel and meal reimbursement. CDL preferred but willing to train. Benefits include 401k, HSA and Health Insurance. Email Resume to: loosbrockdigging@outlook.com or call 507-472-8448 or 507-381-1151

FOOT SURGICAL CENTER P.C. Minimal incision surgery is the latest technique that corrects ingrown toe nails in one session with relative lack of pain. We’ll be happy to discuss how this procedure may help you.

Call us today for a consultation

THAT’S $100 in gift certificates for only $50!

362-7997

1-800-888-1296 footsurgicalcenter.com 3217 S. Carolyn Ave., Sioux Falls, SD Sample on

DR. ROBERT J. HEATH ly. Not rede em

BOARD CERTIFIED PODIATRIC SURGEON A.B.L.E.S.

able.

Wanted: Part-time driver

*MUST PRESENT THIS OFFER THIS 50% OFF GIFT CERTIFICATE PROMO EXPIRES 3/15/21. Cards valid for one year from purchase. One $5 card valid per order or one $5 card per buffet. Cards are valid only at the 41st St Sioux Falls Pizza Ranch..

One overnight per week (Wed) & local deliveries the other days. Paid hourly or by mileage depending on the distance.

DAKOTALAND T R A N S P O R TAT I O N

– CALL –

Dakotaland Transportation Inc. and ask for Jon 605-543-6640

BOGO!

BOGO!

BOGO!

BOGO!

BUY A $20 FUN ZONE CARD, GET A $20 FUN ZONE CARD

BUY A $20 FUN ZONE CARD, GET A $20 FUN ZONE CARD

BUY A $20 FUN ZONE CARD, GET A $20 FUN ZONE CARD

BUY A $20 FUN ZONE CARD, GET A $20 FUN ZONE CARD

*160 Total Credits Valid ONLY at 41st St. Sioux Falls

*160 Total Credits Valid ONLY at 41st St. Sioux Falls

*160 Total Credits Valid ONLY at 41st St. Sioux Falls

*160 Total Credits Valid ONLY at 41st St. Sioux Falls

FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE!

Exp 3-15-21

Exp 3-15-21

Exp 3-15-21

Exp 3-15-21

2717 W 41st Street, Sioux Falls | 271-8646


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 2 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

This Week's Inserts

CLASSIFIEDS FEATURED PAGES General: Announcements; Business Services.......... 4 Antiques & Collectibles; Employment.................12 Misc; Sporting/Firearms; Franklin Food Want to Buy; Auto..........2 Market.........................3 Real Estate: Mobile Homes & Modular; Rentals.........4

Text ADS to 72727 if you would like to learn more about marketing your business with Sioux Falls Shopping News ©

LOOP....................... 7-11 HBA Home Show..... 7-9 Obituaries.......................6 Pizza Ranch...................1 Puzzles...........................5

School Lunch Menus.....4 Sunshine Foods......11,16 Super Crossword Puzzle...........................4 Today's Family....... 14-15 Weekly Features...........13

Page 7-9

When something is important enough, you do it even if the odds are not in your favor. Disposition of Storage Notice Dakotaland Storage -3801 West Innovation Brenda Sanchez Rodas De Marro - C13 2016 Chevrolet Camaro You Have Until February 24th To Make Full Payment or Your Vehicle Will Be Sold By Dakotaland Storage Please Call Our Office at 605-332-9922

$5 Jewelry Lead & Nickel Free Must See! Call 605-413-6772 Everything goes by color

Name Name Name

SANDY ROBAR SANDY SANDY ROBAR ROBAR INDEPENDENT AGENT INDEPENDENT INDEPENDENTAGENT AGENT

Call 605.728.1115 or visit Call Call605.728.1115 605.728.1115or orvisit visit SandyRobarInsurance.com SandyRobarInsurance.com SandyRobarInsurance.com

Text: Medicare To: 72727

Sioux Falls Healing Rooms Free Prayer For •Physical •Spiritual •Emotional Healing Trained Prayer Leaders Tuesday & Thursday 6:30 PM To 8:30 PM Thursday 11 AM - 1 PM Western Mall

NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING

Call toschedule scheduleyour yourreview reviewtoday! today! Call Callto to schedule your review today! For Sale: •GE Refrigerator 18.2 Cubic Foot •GE AboveRange Microwave •GE Dishwasher •LG Glass Top Convection Range Good Condition 605-271-5059

WANT TO BUY! Junk Cars & Pick-Ups. Will Pay $100-$400 (605)310-0329 B & B STEELWORKS

MAPLETON TOWNSHIP

Greetings Readers,

Don’t miss the HBA Home Show, February 26-28, at the Convention Center & Arena. Plus, we are featuring a Home Show section in THE LOOP! All this & more in the Shopping News!

HOME IS AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW After a terrible rainstorm, in the sky, I saw a rainbow. All the bright, beautiful colors made me feel so warm as they dipped down so low. I thought back to that legend of old, sitting on my grandfather's knee, "At the end of the rainbow is a pot of gold," he would say to me. Every time I would see a rainbow, in that big, beautiful sky so bold, I would cross my fingers and make a vow, "I would be the one to find that pot of gold." So one day I bid my family and friends good-bye, as I started on my journey, following that rainbow. I walked away quickly, if I lingered I would cry. I left to find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. But as I traveled so far and so long, I could not find the end of that elusive rainbow. Feeling very sad, I began to hear a song, a song from my childhood so sweet and low. By the song I was sold. No more did I need to roam. In all that time I was searching for that pot of gold, it was with my family and friends, at home. K.A. Lesnar President/Publisher Sioux Falls Shopping News

Notice Is Hereby Given Pursuant To SDCL 8-3-1, That The Annual Township Meeting Of Electors For Mapleton Township, Minnehaha County, South Dakota Will Be Held At The Mapleton Township Hall Located At 47421 258th Street, Renner, SD 57055 Starting At 7:00 P.M. On Tuesday March 2, 2021. Purpose Of This Meeting Is Election Of Township Officers, Approval Of The Budget And Any Other Business Which May Properly Come Before The Board To Be Done At Said Meeting. Positions To Be Filled Are Township Supervisor - 3 Year Term, Treasurer - 1 Year Term, And Clerk - 1 Year Term. Nominations For Those Positions Will Be Taken And Voted On At The Meeting. Nomination Petitions Are Not Required. (In Case Of Inclement Weather, This Meeting Will Be Rescheduled For The Following: Tuesday, March 9, 2021, At The Same Time And Location) Janet Kauer Clerk Of Mapleton Township Minnehaha County, South Dakota FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Shop the Grocery stores that advertise in the Shopping News. They bring their ads to you FREE of charge.

THE WAREHOUSE Join Us As A Vendor Rent A Space Month-to-Month ARTS, CRAFTS, ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & MORE 1001 N Splitrock Blvd Brandon, SD Monday - Saturday 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sunday 11:00 AM - 4:00 PM (605)212-5647

Carriers Wanted TUESDAY ONLY To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Years Old. Paid Every Two Weeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money!

!! BIG GUN SHOW !! ********************** March 5th, 6th, and 7th MidAmerica Center Council Bluffs, IA Friday 4:00pm-9:00pm Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm Sunday 9:00am-3:00pm Large Selection of Rifles, Shotguns , Handguns, And Ammunition Info (563)608-4401 For Sale: 7.62 X 39 Rifle Ammunition 1,000 Rounds Will Sell All For $600 Cash Only 605-368-4439 Hog Hunts And Big Game In NE Iowa (563)535-7549 www.scenicviewhunting.com Wanted: Merino or Rambla Rams The Shopping News has a 24 hour mail slot in the door.

FOR SALE: 40 - White Cabinets Recently Removed In Remodel Of Office. Base & Upper Units, Excellent Condition, Counter Tops Etc. Various Sizes $40 Each 605-929-7083

Buying Junk & Unwanted Vehicles Call Anytime (605) 261-0818

•1965 Chevy Bel Air Station Wagon Runs Great •1957 Chevy Bel Air Station Wagon Nice Original •1961 Studebaker Lark V-8 Call Jack 605-929-7083 For Sale: 2008 Chevy Impala White, 110K Miles, Great Shape, New Battery And Tires 20 - 30 MPG 605-254-2404 For Sale: 2014 Chevy Cruze 50,000 Miles Salvage Title, Repaired Rear Damage, Remote Start $12,000 605-310-3843 For Sale: 2019 Impala 8,000 Miles Salvage Title, Repaired Damage On Driver’s Side Back Door,Remote Start Great Price $17,500 605-310-3843

END ROLLS OF PAPER! $5, $10, $15 Mail A Package? Moving? Washing Windows? Child’s Art Projects! Cover Your Floor If Painting! SHOPPING NEWS 4005 S. Western Ave. Sioux Falls, SD


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021 • Page 3

FRESH 10 LB. TUBES 93% LEAN 85% LEAN GROUND BEEF GROUND BEEF

80% LEAN GROUND BEEF Fresh Bone-In Boston Butt Pork Shoulder Roast

1

$ 18

Big Buy 1 lb.

Bacon..............................................

2

$ 44

Pork Sausage...........................

Ice Cream 4.5 qt. Banquet Family Size Entrees 24-28 oz.

Coke Products

5

2/$

Jimmy Dean 16 oz. roll

Blue Ribbon

lb.

4 $ 44 2

$ 99

11

4/$

6 pk. 16.9 oz. btls.

Always Save 1 lb.

Saltine Crackers.............. Best Choice 6 ct. roll

Toilet Tissue..........................

1 $ 44 2 $ 00

Frozen 10 lb. bag

Chicken Leg Quarters

39

2 2 3

$ 17 $ 67 $ 67

¢

1

lb.

lb.

Bar S 16 oz.

$ 69

Tray Pack Boneless Chicken Thighs

Jumbo Franks ..................... Bar S 16 oz.

lb.

lb.

lb.

Bologna ........................................

1 $ 18 1 $ 18

Frozen 1 lb. chubs

85% Ground Beef...... Frozen 1 lb. chubs

90% Ground Beef......

Fillets Alaskan Pollock

1

$ 99

10 lb. box

Smaller Packages ......

2 $ 33 3 $ 57

lb. lb.

US Choice Bone-In

Beef Rib Rack

2

3

2

$ 19

lb.

Tray Pack Catfish Nuggets

$ 39

lb.

lb.

5 $ 99 3 $ 99

Supreme Choice 16 oz. Shrimp ........................ 41/50 ct.

$ 99

Van De Kamp’s Fish

lb.

Sticks or Filets...................

AD PRICES GOOD FEBRUARY 17-23, 2021

Best Choice

Cheese

Shredded or Chunk 8 oz.

2 lb. box

Velveeta ...................................... La Banderita 12 inch

Flour Tortillas.......................

Best Choice

Water

3

2/$

Not Responsible for picture errors or misprints. We reserve the right to limit quantities

711 N. CLIFF • 605-338-1649 HOURS: MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM SUNDAY 8:00 AM - 7:00 PM

6 $ 99 1 $ 88

5 2/$ 3

FRANKLINFOODMARKET.COM

2/$

Always Save

Sugar 4 lb. bag

24 pk. 16.9 oz. btls. Best Choice

Peanut Butter 16 OZ.

1

$ 77

Best Choice 7.25 oz. Taco Bell 16 oz.

Salsa.................................................

1

2/$

Mac & Cheese ........................

1

$ 18

PAAVO’S DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS $5.00

MONTH OF FEBRUARY 10am-1:30pm MONDAY: Chicken sand & fries TUESDAY: Personal size pepperoni pizza WEDNESDAY: 2 Chili dogs & tater tots THURSDAY: Burrito & chips FRIDAY: Chicken strips & fries *Special comes with small fountain or coffee

LOCATED IN THE HUB SOUTHEAST TECHNICAL COLLEGE 2001 N. Career Ave., Sioux Falls, SD Mon.-Fri.: 7 a.m.-2:30 p.m. • 605-367-4899 or 605-367-4453

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

TAKE-N-BAKE PIZZA AVAILABLE

Buy one special, Get second one

1/2 OFF

AT

See our full menu on line at Southeast Technical College www.southeasttech.edu

ALL ITEMS ARE WHILE SUPPLIES LAST - NO RAINCHECKS

Bring in coupon. Call in your order or email. Expires 2-28-21

Malt-O-Meal

Cereal

20-26 oz. bag

5

2/$

Best Choice 12 oz.

Cocktail Sauce..................... Barilla

Pasta..................................................

99¢ 99¢

3

Yellow Onions 2/$ 3 lb. bag

Fresh

Cucumbers or

Green Peppers..............

Best Choice

Tuna

5 oz. can

Classic Romaine

lb.

9 oz.

ea.

39 $ 49 2 ¢

Maxwell House

Wake-Up Coffee

Pink Salmon 14.75 oz.

1

$ 99

4

$ 99

30.5 oz.

LIMIT 4 PER DAY!

Best Choice

$ 33

3 lb. bag Red Delicious Fuji • Braeburn

99¢ 59¢

Jalapeño Peppers......

3

Apples

Always Save 25 oz.

Sandwich Cookies ...... JJ’s 4 oz.

1

$ 33

I n t e r - L a k e s C o m m u n i t y Action P a r t n e r s h ip Helping People. Changing Lives

1

2/$

Snack Pies ...................................

FREE

Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) If your household income is below $57,000

◆ Get your taxes prepared FREE by cerfied volunteers at Inter-Lakes Community Acon Partnership.

◆ All returns are e-filed. ◆ You may qualify for Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on your 2020 Federal Tax Return. ICAP’s VITA Partners:

WHEN

EXPERIENCE

- In business since 2009 with over 50 years of experience - Reliable tax and small business consultation services - Providing top-quality tax preparation with the highest ethics at an affordable price

PRICES LOWER

Bruce Marek, E.A. Senior Tax Consultant 30+ yrs. experience

COUNTS

Schedule your appointment today!

Tracey Watson, E.A. President 17+ yrs. experience

20% OFF

Daniel Foster, CPA 7 yrs of tax prep experience

CALL 1-605-334-2808 for an appointment.

• University of Sioux Falls • United Way • And other local funders

ICAP is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

than the national tax prep chains

your tax preparation* Hablamos Español with this coupon Expires 4-15-21 *Discount does not apply to entity returns. 1600 W. 12th St. • www.taxconsultantsinc.net 605.275.4002 (Just west of Get N Go on 12th St.)

Published Every Wednesday

339-3633 339-3633 ©

Will Wray, E.A. 2 yrs of tax prep experience

www.sfshoppingnews.com

4005 S. Western Avenue., Box 5184, Sioux Falls, 57117-5184 4005 S. Western Avenue., POPO Box 5184, Sioux Falls, SDSD 57117-5184 E-mail: info@sfshoppingnews.com • Find online E-mail: info@sfshoppingnews.com • Find us us online at at

K.A. Lesnar - President & Publisher Cory Johnsen - VP of Sales Catherine Krause - Composition Manager Dawn Gould - Circulation Manager

Member SF Area COC

www.sfshoppingnews.com www.sfshoppingnews.com 4005 S. Western Ave. • P.O. Box 5184 • Sioux Falls, SD 57117-5184 • sales@sfshoppingnews.com 605-339-3633 •1-800-843-6805 • Fax w/CC: Display: 605-334-2953 • Classified: 605-334-2953 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am - 5pm • Display & Classified Deadline: Friday at 1pm


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 4 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

Business Services & Real Estate ATLAS TREE SERVICE

• TREE TRIMMING AND REMOVAL • STUMP REMOVAL LICENSED & INSURED

605-201-5356

“BAKER’S” “HANDYMAN SERVICE” “LLC” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ •Licensed •Insured •Bonded Free Estimates

Call Jeff (605)359-7955

•Sheet Rock Replace & Repair •Demolition •Laminate & Wood flooring •Light Carpentry Work Insured & Bonded Call Jason 605-728-4524 “AAA Handyman Service” Decks~Doors, Fencing~Flooring, Garages~Kitchens, Remodeling~Roofing, Sheds~Siding~Windows, Bonded~Insured~Licensed Dan~605-728-4690

THILL’S CARPENTRY No repair too small

605-728-1972

WORK WANTED: Interior Painting Gutter Cleaning • Doors Carpentry • Gutters Hauling • Windows

Hellek Construction •New Homes And Remodeling •Basement Finishes •Window & Door Installation •Kitchen & Bath Remodeling •Framing •Decks •Roofing •Siding And More!! Free Estimates C.C. Accepted Ted (605)413-9321 *Licensed *Bonded *Insured JRT Painting •Interior Exterior Painting •Drywall Repair Free Estimates Licensed & Insured Call Jordan: 605-212-0633 The Shopping News is not responsible for errors in Classified Ads due to illegible copy.

School Lunch Menus February 17-23, 2021 SIOUX FALLS SCHOOL DISTRICT - Elementary Lunch Menu Meals Includes Veggie, Fruit & Milk WG = Whole Grain 2/17 WG Fish Tenders, Corn, Diced Peaches, WG Dinner Roll 2/18 WG Italian Flat Bread, Marinara Sauce, Tossed Salad, Fruit 2/19 WG French Toast Bites, Scrambled Eggs, Dragon Juice, Mixed Fruit 2/22 WG Cherry Blossom Chicken, WG Rice, Peas, Pineapple 2/23 Taco Burger on WG Bun, Shredded Lettuce & Cheese, Black Beans, Fruit Sioux Falls School District - Secondary Lunch Menu 2/17 Dakota Burger WG Bun, Baked Seasoned Fries, Veg, Fruit 2/18 Hot Ham & Cheese, WG Hamburger Bun, Veg, Fruit 2/19 WG Bean & Cheese Burrito, Veg, Fruit 2/22 Teriyaki Chicken, WG Chicken Egg Roll (HS), WG Rice, Veg, Fruit 2/23 Cheeseburger (HS), Hamburger (MS), Crinkle French Fries

For Rent: One Bedroom Apartment $600 All Utilities Paid 605-321-6018

Nick’s Handyman Service Handyman & Custom woodworking, Exercise Equipment & Furniture Assembly, Home Repair/ Appliance Install and Repair, Garage and Closet Organizers Call Nick 605-212-3297

FOR RENT Sleeping Room $400 All Utilities Paid 605-321-4006 For Rent: Westside Location 4 Bedrooms, Single Car Attached Garage, Fenced In Spacious Backyard, One Full Bath, One 3/4 Bath Living Room Fireplace $1,250 Per Month Contact Al: 605-940-3777 Delivering The Shopping News Is A Great Way To Make Extra $$$. 940-4914 Or 275-6372

2 Heated Warehouse Spaces For Lease At Tea Exit Just Off I-29 2,160 Sq. Feet, 54 x 40 14’ Overhead Doors Jack 605-929-7083

Brandon, SD

Autumn View Apartments

1 Bedroom HUD SEC 8 1 level, Security, Amenities! Visit painteddoorproperty.com or call 605-924-0118 or 605-360-9770

BUILD YOUR NEW HOME THE BETTER WAY, Inside A Modern Factory With Superior Strength, Quality & Workmanship. Enjoy Low Maintenance, Energy Efficiency, Fast Occupancy & Outstanding Value. Plus A Hassle Free Construction And Design Process With Guaranteed Pricing. Choose From Hundred Of Floor Plans Or Custom Design Your Own For No Extra Charge. Order Now And Save Thousands! Contact GREEN ACRE HOMES Today To Get Started! 3003 Murray Road, Estherville, IA. 800-397-5545 Or www.greenacresnewhomes. com

Lennox School District - Lunch Menu Grades K-6 2/17 Pizza Crunchers, Baked Beans, Fresh Celery, Pineapple Tidbits 2/18 Chicken Strips, Ranch-Style Mashed Potatoes, Lettuce, Sugar Cookie, Apple Salad 2/19 Colby Cheese Omelet, Cinnamon Roll, Baby Carrots, Orange smiles, Dragon Punch 2/22 Chicken Nuggets, Carrots, Creamy Cole Slaw, Peaches, Scooby Doo Grahams 2/23 Chicken Alfredo, Garlic Toast, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots, Strawberries

LENNOX SCHOOL DISTRICT - Lunch Menu Grades 9-12 2/17 Cheese Pizza, Boneless Wings, Cheez-it Crackers, Fries, Zesty Pasta Salad, Peaches 2/18 Hot & Spicy Chicken Sand., Chicken Strips, Roll, Sweet Potatoes, Corn, Applesauce 2/19 Garlic Cheese Bread, Buffalo Chicken Pizza, Broccoli, Baby Carrots, Pineapple 2/22 Beef Stroganoff, Mini Corn Dogs, Steamed Broccoli, Lettuce Salad, Mandarin Oranges 2/23 Chili, Cinnamon Roll, Cheese Quesadilla, Baked Beans, Baby Carrots, Sliced Pears

SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS - Lunch Menu MS/HS & Elementary 2/17 A Chs stick w/sauce, Nachos, peas, pears, B Pep. pizza, C Turkey & chs sandwich 2/18 A Chicken patty/bun, lettuce, corn, fruit cocktail, B Cheese pizza, C Ham & chs sub 2/19 A Soft taco, mixed vegs, mandarin oranges, B Hawaiian pizza, C Turkey & chs sub 2/22 A Popcorn chicken, potatoes, beans, pineapple, B Saus. pizza, C Turkey & chs sandwich 2/23 A Hamburger/bun, tri-tater, fresh fruit, cookie, B Ck bacon pizza, C Ham & chs sandwich * For Elementary, lunch is “A”

Lennox School District - Lunch Menu Grades 7-8 2/17 Cheese Pizza, Boneless Wings, French Fries, Zesty Pasta Salad, Sliced Peaches 2/18 Hot & Spicy Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Strips, Sweet Potatoes, Carrots, Applesauce 2/19 Garlic Cheese Bread, Buffalo Chicken Pizza, Broccoli, Carrots, Pineapple Tidbits 2/22 Beef Stroganoff, Mini Corn Dogs, Steamed Broccoli, Salad, Mandarin Oranges 2/23 Chili, Cinnamon Roll, Cheese Quesadilla, Baked Beans, Sliced Pears, Baby Carrots

SIOUX FALLS LUTHERAN SCHOOL - Lunch Menu 2/17 Ham/Cheese Roll Up, Peaches, Juice, Choc.Chip/M&M Cookie 2/18 Black Bean Dip w/Salsa, Shredded Cheese, Tortilla Chips, Mandarin Oranges 2/19 Chicken Bacon Wrap, Cookie, Pineapple, Juice 2/20 Turkey/Cheese Hoagie, Applesauce, Baby Carrots w/Ranch, Choc.Chip/M&M Cookie 2/23 Flatbread Pizza Kit, Romaine Lettuce w/Ranch, Pineapple

2021 King Features Syndicate, Inc. All rights reserved.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

G

A

M

E

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • Feburary 17, 2021 • Page 5

S 1. Who was the trainer of Triple Crown-winning racehorses Gallant Fox (1930) and Omaha (1935)? 2. It’s tradition for Notre Dame Fighting Irish football players to touch a sign posted in Notre Dame Stadium before taking the field. What does the sign read? 3. What former NFL defensive lineman played the role of Sloth in the 1985 adventure comedy film “The Goonies”? 4. What American female distance runner won the Boston Marathon in 1979 and ‘83, and won the gold medal in the marathon at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics? 5. What cross-country skiing distance race, first held in 1973, is traditionally run every February in northern Wisconsin? 6. What Boston Celtics player suffered a season-ending knee injury attempting a dunk after the whistle in the final minutes of a 97-84 loss to the Indiana Pacers in 2007? 7. What NHL defenseman, who played with the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche from 19902009, raced in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series from 2009-15? Answers 1. James “Sunny Jim” Fitzsimmons. 2. “Play like a champion today.” 3. John Matuszak. 4. Joan Benoit. 5. The American Birkebeiner. 6. Tony Allen. 7. Patrice Brisebois.

There are 13 black hexagons in the puzzle. Place the numbers 1 - 6 around each of them. No number can be repeated in any partial hexagon shape along the border of the puzzle.

© 2021 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

February 15, 2021

© 2021 King Features Synd., Inc.

King Features Weekly Service

1. THEATER: Which city was the setting for the musical “Cabaret”? 2. LANGUAGE: What does the Latin phrase “veritas vos liberabit” mean? 3. TELEVISION: What was the name of the pet “dog” on “The Flintstones”? 4. ASTRONOMY: What is a zenith in terms of our solar system’s sun? 5. HISTORY: How many days were in an ancient Roman week? 6. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a group of zebras called? 7. LITERATURE: Which 19th-century novelist’s last work was titled “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”? 8. AD SLOGANS: Which brand of pet food uses the slogan, “Tastes so good cats ask for it by name”? 9. U.S. STATES: Which state’s residents might be called “Nutmeggers”? 10. GEOGRAPHY: Which four countries are included in the United Kingdom? Answers for answers: 1. Berlin, Germany check out the rest of the 2. The truth shall set youshopper! free 3. Dino 4. When the sun is directly overhead and objects cast no shadow 5. Eight 6. A dazzle or zeal 7. Charles Dickens 8. Meow Mix 9. Connecticut 10. England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland


Obituaries

The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 6 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

See more obituaries at www.legacy.com/obituaries/sfshoppingnews.com

Celebrating Lives. The monument Sioux Falls people. Monument Co. 4901 W. 12th St., Sioux Falls, SD 57106 339.3180 or 800.765.3364

Mark & Jennifer Ernste • siouxfallsmemorials.com

Vickey Lundstrom Vickey Lundstrom, 72, passed away on Saturday, January 23, 202. A Public memorial service was held at 10:00 am on Saturday, February 6, 2021, at Baltic Lutheran Church, Baltic, SD. The service was live streamed at the Minnehaha Funeral Home & Cremation Services Facebook page. Memorials to the Baltic Lutheran Church. minnehahafuneralhome.com Robert "Bob" Enstad Robert "Bob" Alan Enstad, age 62, passed away on Saturday, January 30, 2021. Funeral service was held at 10:00 am on Thursday, February 4, 2021 at the Heritage Funeral Home. Visitation, with family present, was held on Wednesday, February 3, 2021 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm at the Heritage Funeral Home. Link to the livestream at www.heritagesfsd.com. Wilmer Peterson Wilmer R. Peterson, 96 years, 8 months & 22 days, passed away on Friday, January 29, 2021. Visitation was held on Tuesday, February 2, 2021 from 5:00 - 7:00 pm at the Madison Kinzley Funeral Home. Funeral Service was held on Wednesday, February 3rd, 2021 at 2:00 pm at the Ramsey Baptist Church, Montrose, SD with burial in the church cemetery. www. kinzleyfh.com John Pierson John Pierson, 89, passed away Thursday, January 28, 2021. Visitation was on Monday, February 1, 2021 from 5:00-7:00 pm, at Miller Funeral Home downtown Sioux Falls, SD. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, February 2nd, 2021 at 10:00 am at the First United Methodist Church in Sioux Falls, SD. www.millerfh.com Melvin Selken Melvin E. Selken, age 89, passed away on Sunday, January 31, 2021. His funeral service was held at 1:00 pm on Friday, February 5, 2021 in the Reformed Church, Dell Rapids. Visitation with the family present to greet friends was held from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm on Thursday, February 4, 2021 at Kahler-Brende Funeral Home. www.kahlerfh.com

Donald "Don" D. Kees Donald "Don" D. Kees, 76, passed away Thursday, January 28, 2021. Private family memorial services were at 7:30 pm Wednesday, February 3, 2021, at Osthus Funeral Home in De Smet. Service was Live-Streamed on FB. Public visitation was at funeral home Wednesday, February 3, 2021 prior to service, from 5:00-7:00pm. Burial of his ashes will be at the Spirit Lake Cemetery, rural De Smet, later this summer after a celebration of life event. Don was born on October 4, 1944. Arrangements by Crawford-Osthus Funeral Chapel. www.crawfordosthus.com Dorothy Wolterstorff Dorothy Wolterstorff, age 85, passed away Friday, January 29, 2021. Funeral services were held at 11:00 am on Saturday, February 6, 2021 at the Pipestone Christian Reformed Church, Pipestone, MN, with burial at Hillside Cemetery, Egan, SD. Visitation was held at 10:00 am prior to the service. Memorials to Cure Kids Cancer at www. sanfordhealthfoundation.org. www.skrochfc.com. Scott Pearson Scott Lynn Pearson, age 67, passed away Thursday, January 28th, 2021. Public visitation was held from 1:00 - 2:00 pm on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at the Benton Lutheran Church, rural Crooks. Burial followed in the church cemetery for him rest with his father and brother. The burial service was live streamed at the Minnehaha Funeral Home Facebook page. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to Churches United (Moorhead, MN) or the Great Plains Food Bank (Fargo, ND). www.minnehahafuneralhome.com Robert Handwerk Robert Handwerk, 84, passed away on Friday, January 29, 2021. Visitation with the family present was from 4 to 6 pm on Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at the Miller Southside Chapel, 7400 S. Minnesota Avenue. The family held a private funeral with burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. www.millerfh.com

PLEASE NOTE: The Shopping News is a weekly publication, and there are a large amount of notices. Some notices may not appear before the services. Notices received AFTER the THURSDAY before publication may NOT appear in current issue. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Judith Wilson Judith Wilson, age 76, passed away on Thursday, January 28, 2021. Funeral Mass was held at 10:30 am Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at St. Lambert Parish, 1000 S. Bahnson Ave., Sioux Falls, SD with interment at St. Michael Cemetery. The St. Lambert Parish live streamed this service on their YouTube or Facebook Page. The family was present to greet friends from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Tuesday, February 2, 2021, at Miller Funeral Home-Downtown, 507 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls, SD with a Liturgical Wake Service held at 6:00 pm. Judith Ann Friedbauer was born on February 23, 1944. Memorials may be directed to the Sioux Falls Humane Society or St. Lambert’s Catholic Church. For a more complete obituary and online guestbook, please visit www.millerfh.com. Rick Verhey Rickey Lee Verhey, 58, passed away on Monday, January 25, 2021. A memorial service will be held by the family in the spring. Flowers and cards in memory of Rick may be sent to Heritage Funeral Home in Sioux Falls, SD. www.heritagesfsd.com Tim Gjoraas Tim Gjoraas, age 45, passed away on Friday, January 29, 2021. He donated his body to USD Medical School, so he can continue to teach. A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held at a later date and announced on Facebook. Obituary and online guestbook at georgeboom.com. Pauline Eloise JoAnne Melin Glenchur Pauline Eloise JoAnne Melin Glenchur, 92, passed away on January 22, 2021. Ashes will be interred later this year at Benton Lutheran Cemetery in Crooks, South Dakota. Rose Family Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. Pauline was born on November 20, 1928. Vilma J. Hansen Vilma J. Hansen, 91, took her final journey on Jan. 23, 2021. A memorial was held at Bethany Mennonite Church in Freeman, SD on Feb. 5th at 10:00 am. A full obituary is available at freemansd.com/obituaries and walterfuneralhome.com. Michael O'Brien Michael Philip O'Brien, age 62, passed away Thursday, January 28, 2021. Michael was born August 23,1958. www. millerfh.com

Fran Ingalls Frances E Ingalls, 85, died Wed, Jan 27, 2021. Funeral services were at 2:00 pm on Wed, Feb 3, 2021 at the United Methodist Church, Parker. Visitation was from 5:00-7:00 pm Tuesday, February 2, 2021 at the Hofmeister Jones Funeral Home, Parker. Burial at Black Hills National Cemetery. Service was livestreamed on www.facebook.com/Hofmeister-Jones-Funeral-Home. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the Fire Department, United Methodist Church or Booster Club, all of Parker. www.hofmeisterjones. com Rhonda Mack Rhonda Kay Mack, 67, passed away on Friday, January 29, 2021. She was born on August 30, 1953. Visitation was at 4pm, Thursday, February 4, 2021, at Brandon Lutheran Church with Funeral Services at 6pm. Full obit at www.heartlandfunerals.com

FOR YOUR MEMORIAL NEEDS Discounts starting at $300 for memorials Marlon Mollet • 605-334-1816 Cal Plienis • 605-359-1591 Sioux Falls Darlene Dammer Darlene M. Dammer, 83, died Tuesday, January 26, 2021. A memorial service was at 10:00 AM, Monday, February 1, 2021 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. Visitation was from 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm, Sunday, January 31, 2021, also at the funeral home. Interment at Hills of Rest Cemetery, Sioux Falls, SD. georgeboom.com Veronica Groeneveld Veronica Ann Groeneveld, age 94, died January 28, 2021. Private family funeral service was at 10:30 AM Monday, February 1, 2021 at Christ Lutheran Church, Hartford. Visitation with family present was from 1:00-3:00 pm Sunday, January 31, 2021 at Minnehaha Funeral Home, Baltic. The service was live streamed at the Minnehaha Funeral Home & Cremation Services Facebook Page. Veronica Ann Rothans was born on January 12, 1927. www. minnehahafuneralhome.com Ronald Verville Ronald Verville, age 84, died Monday, February 1, 2021. Funeral Mass was at 11:00 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 5th, preceded by visitation at 10:00 am, at St. Michael Catholic Church, Sioux Falls.

Ralph Mahoney Ralph Wendell Mahoney, 85 (one day short of his 86th birthday), passed away on January 25, 2021. A private Mass of Christian Burial was held. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to Holy Family Catholic Church. Condolences may be sent to Mary Mahoney, 41358 247th St, Fulton, SD 57340. For full obit see www. willfuneralchapel.com Charles "Pete" Peterson Charles "Pete" E. Peterson, age 73, passed away on Sunday, January 31, 2021. Charles "Pete" E. Peterson was born July 1, 1947, Visitation was Thursday, February 4, 2021 at 5:00 pm at Barnett-Lewis Funeral Home with a time of sharing at 6:30PM. A complete obituary is available at barnett-lewis.com. Donald Hardegger Don J. Hardegger, age 85, passed away Tuesday, February 2, 2021. Don was born August 7, 1935. Memorial service will be held 1:00 pm on Saturday, April 24, 2021 at Rustic Hills Community Church, 4500 E. Fernwood Drive, Sioux Falls. A visitation with family present will be held from 5:00 - 7:00 pm on Friday, April 23, 2021 at Miller Funeral Home - Downtown, 507 S. Main Ave., Sioux Falls. For the full obituary visit www. millerfh.com Edward Roach Edward Roach, age 97, passed away Tuesday February 2, 2021. The family was present to greet friends from 9:30 am until Mass at 10:30 AM Tuesday February 9, 2021 at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Following Mass there was a private family burial at Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to St. Mary's or to Sioux Falls Catholic Schools. Edward M. Roach was born January 9, 1923. www.millerfh.com Mary Jo (Jodi) (Karst) Stitt Mary Jo (Jodi) (Karst) Stitt, 74, died Jan. 30, 2021. Jodi was born Oct 7, 1945. Her friends on 1st street at The Resort in Mesa had a party to celebrate her life. A memorial service will be held at a later date this spring in Sioux Falls, SD. Memorials can be directed to The American Cancer Society, sweetadelines.com/ education/young-women-harmony, or Music Ministries at First United Methodist Church, 401 S Spring Ave, Sioux Falls, SD, 57104.

Isabelle Gannon Isabelle Margaret (Crow) Gannon died on February 1, 2021. Isabelle was born on March 24, 1927. A private family memorial mass was held at 10:30 am on Friday, February 5, 2021 at St. Nicholas Catholic Church in Tea, SD. Visitation was Thursday, February 4, 2021 at Heritage Funeral Home from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. A private burial was in St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery in Dell Rapids. Heritage Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Isabelle's' funeral will be livestreamed on zoom. Please check Heritage web site and Isabelle's obituary for the zoom address. www. heritagesfsd.com. Jeanne (Schulte) Richardson Jeanne Ellen (Schulte) Richardson, age 85, passed away on Tuesday, February 2, 2021. Funeral Mass was at 10:00 am Saturday, February 6, at Church of St. Mary, 2109 S. 5th Ave., Sioux Falls, SD with interment at Mount Pleasant Cemetery in Sioux Falls next to her husband, Lorin. Open visitation was from 4:00 - 7:00 pm Friday, February 5, at Miller Funeral Home-Downtown, 507 S. Main Ave. Sioux Falls, SD. Due to Covid-19 the family will not be present to greet friends. Jeanne was born February 26, 1935. The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorials be directed to St. Mary Catholic School. www.millerfh.com Bruce A. Iwerks Bruce A. Iwerks, 71, passed away Sun., Jan. 31, 2021. His Celebration of Life service was at 10:30 AM Fri., Feb. 5 at Abiding Savior Free Lutheran Church, Sioux Falls, and was livestreamed. The family was present to greet friends from 5-7 PM Thur., Feb. 4 at George Boom Funeral Home & On-Site Crematory, Sioux Falls. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in memory of Bruce to his family for a future memorial designation. Obit, online guestbook and livestream link at georgeboom.com. Margaret Hartog Margaret Hartog, age 80, died Sunday, January 31, 2021. Visitation was on Wednesday, February 3, 2021, from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm, at the Benson Funeral Home in Worthington, MN. Memorial services were held on Thursday, February 4, 2021, at 11:00 am, at the Benson Funeral Home in Worthington, MN. Burial was in the Maplewood Cemetery in Luverne, MN. Benson Funeral Home in Worthington.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021 • Page 7

February 26-28, 2021 Friday & Saturday (10AM - 8PM) Sunday (11AM - 5PM) Sioux Falls Convention Center & Arena (1201 N West Avenue, Sioux Falls, South Dakota)

Free parking on site

Gold Sponsor

Tickets Regular admission..........................................................$7 Senior Citizens (65+) Friday only ..............................$6 3-day wristband ........................................................... $10 Kids 12 & under...........................................................Free

Silver sponsors

Bronze Sponsors Good towards regular admission tickets only

Find the Best Deals for your Home at the Sioux Empire Home Show™ Building, decorating, home technology, landscaping and much more will be featured at the annual Sioux Empire Home Show™, the area’s largest home and outdoor living show. If you’re considering buying, building or remodeling your home, this is the perfect one-stop shop as over 200 companies will showcase their newest products and services for your home over this 3-day event.

A number of booths will have items on display that you can purchase on the spot and some will be offering show-only discounts and door prizes. See the list of several new products, services and show-only discounts on the event’s website. Show dates & hours • Friday, February 26 (10:00AM - 8:00PM) • Saturday, February 27 (10:00AM - 8:00PM) • Sunday, February 28 (11:00AM - 5:00PM)

Show Highlights KIDS’ AREA Saturday and Sunday (11:00AM - 4:00PM) in the Arena Kids are invited to build wooden toolboxes (while supplies last), drive simulated road graders and excavators and use other home builder equipment.

Location Sioux Falls Convention Center & Arena (1201 N. West Avenue, Sioux Falls, SD) Free parking is available on site Ticket information Purchase your tickets during show hours at the Arena Ticket Box Office. Cash is the only accepted method of payment. There is an ATM across from the Arena Ticket Box Office.

• Regular Admission ($7) • Senior Citizens ages 65+ ($6) Discount good Friday, February 26 only, $1 off coupon cannot be applied • Children 12 & under (Free) • Three-day Wristband ($10) Good for admission during show hours Official event website Visit hbasiouxempire. com for the most up-todate list of exhibitors, maps, list of show discounts and more.

Express Talks Stop by several booths throughout the show to hear exhibitors speak about a variety of topics. The list of talks can be found on the event’s website. Beer, spirit & seltzer FREE drink samples Stop by the feature booths to enjoy free samples of new beers, spirits and seltzers provided by Beal Distributing Inc. Must be 21 & provide a valid ID.

Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation Seeking Project Applications for Repair Affair™ Day by April 15 For many of us, health and a steady income are daily blessings, others are not so fortunate. The Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation is once again out to help the local community through the annual program called Repair Affair™.

The goal of the program is to update an applicant's home by making it more accessible (wheelchair ramps, grab bars, add railings, etc…), for the low income and elderly or permanently disabled all for no cost to the homeowner (income guidelines apply).

Labor will be donated by volunteers and materials purchased through a grant received by the Housing Division of the City of Sioux Falls and the Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation. All projects will be completed one day only on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. The event is sponsored by Great Western Bank and Xcel Energy. If you or someone you know is in need of accessibility related projects to be completed in their home, please contact the Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation at (605) 361-8322 to have an application mailed or visit hbacarefoundation.com to download applications to apply for the program. Applications are due by Thursday, April 15, 2021.

Feature Areas Explore these multi-company areas to get elevated design ideas for your interior and outdoor living spaces in your own home while sampling new beers, spirits and seltzers. Feature Area #1 Convention Center (Booth N1) Presented by: Montgomery’s & Scott’s Lumber & Supply Experience a multitude of interior design styles when you visit the “Home Within the Home Show.” As you walk from room to room in this fun and unique setting, you’ll discover the latest style trends reflected in the furnishings, accessories, window treatments, cabinetry and countertops unique to each room. If you’re thinking of building, remodeling or simply sprucing things up, inspiration for your home awaits you in this feature space. Feature Area #2 Arena (Booth AH1) Presented by: Better Living of Siouxland Combined Pool & Spa, Hebron Brick Supply, Kwik Kerb, and Weller Brothers Landscaping Dream of summer while exploring this feature area specializing in upgrades to your home’s outdoor living elements. Enjoy complimentary drink samples as you experience the possibilities of what could be integrated into your own backyard including a beautiful, relaxing pool as you exit your sunroom. Whether you’re dreaming of a full-on backyard oasis or just looking to spruce up your patio for some simple relaxation after a long day, you’re bound to get plenty of ideas from this unique feature area.

ANY DRAIN...ANY TIME Price & Quality Second To None!

4 FULL TIME TRUCKS • 24 Hr. Same Day Service Regular Price 8am to Midnight - 7 Days a Week

AROUND THE CLOCK DRAIN MASTER

335-0384

Price & Quality Second To None!

Get Culligan for 50% Off for the first 3 months!

Disc. 50% off for the first 3 months then standard rates apply. Cannot be combined with other offers. Limited time offer from your participating dealer.’

SIOUX FALLS 336-2165 GET ONE OF THE WORLD’S MOST EFFICIENT WATER CONDITIONERS!

www.siouxfallsculligan.com


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 8 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

EXHIBITOR BOOTH#

LIST OF HOME SHOW EXHIBITORS BY CATEGORY BOLDED COMPANY NAMES = GOLD/SILVER SPONSORS

AIR PURIFIERS Aire Serv / Mr. Electric / Mr. Rooter........................ G7 Electrolux / Aerus....................................................AB2 Nature’s Solution......................................................... R1 APPLIANCES Dakota Grills, LLC..................................................... AE4 Dugan Sales & Service................................................ F1 Karl’s TV-Audio & Appliance..................................... H3 Mahlander’s Appliance & Lighting............................ i9 Your CBD Store / EV of South Dakota................... AE6 BRICK, STONE & MASONRY Dakota Wall Systems, Inc.........................................O12 Hebron Brick Supply.................................................. H7 BUILDERS/REMODELERS 3D Construction LLC.................................................. R3 Bath Fitter................................................................... Q4 Bath Planet.................................................................AE1 Boulder Creek Custom Homes, LLC......................... H2 Dobesh Construction................................................ E12 Dustin Hoffman Construction, LLC.......................... B2 Falls City Construction, Inc...................................... C4 Fisher Sisters Real Estate / Pride Built Homes..... K4 G. A. Johnson Construction, Inc..........................F10 Glacial Lakes Log Homes........................................ AC7 Hjellming Construction, Co........................................F8 Houg Construction, LLC............................................. D6 Jarding Construction.................................................. i6 K Construction........................................................... Ai5 Longhenry Custom Homes........................................ B5 MLC Construction, Inc................................................. i4 R.E.S. Construction, LLC............................................N12 Rapid Foundation Repair........................................... E8 ReBath.......................................................................AF12 Ronning Companies................................................... A2 Trenkle Construction, Inc.......................................AC3 Your Home Improvement Company LLC................AD2 BUILDING SUPPLIES Bighorn Products....................................................... R7 Dakota ICF, LLC......................................................... B7 DT Building Components........................................... Q5 EPS Buildings.............................................................. E4 Glacial Lakes Log Homes........................................ AC7 Scott’s Lumber & Supply............................................N1 Siouxland Gutter Helmet........................................... O2 Wynia’s Custom Handrails........................................ Ai3

EXHIBITOR

EXHIBITOR BOOTH# CABINETS/COUNTERTOPS Builder’s Millwork & Window LLC............................. G9 Creative Surfaces Countertops & Tile..................... G2 Dakota Cabinets, LLC............................................. AB10 Dakota Kitchen & Bath, Inc...................................... N11 Grassland Granite........................................................E2 Hard Tops of South Dakota....................................... O5 HELMUT Cabinetry...................................................... A8 Kitchen Refresh.........................................................O17 Kitchens & Windows Unlimited................................. N7 Moda Stone.................................................................AG1 Rosebud Wood Products...........................................O10 Scott’s Lumber & Supply............................................N1 Showplace Cabinetry Design Center........................ L1 StarMark Cabinetry...................................................N15 CLEANING SERVICES A-1 Preferred Air Duct Cleaning..............................AF1 Best Choice Cleaning & Restoration....................... Q7 Chem-Dry of Sioux Falls.........................................AF15 INTEK Cleaning & Restoration.................................. O4 ServiceMaster of Sioux Falls.................................... C4 SERVPRO....................................................................... B4 CLOSETS Closets N More...........................................................E10 Save Our Space, Inc.................................................... i8 CONCRETE CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing............. AE11 Edge Pros, LLC..........................................................AB12 Kwik Kerb...................................................................AB9 River’s Edge Decorative Concrete, LLC.................AB8 Select Painting............................................................ C1 DECORATING Audio Video Integrations & Rehfeld’s.................. C5 Omorfia Designs, Inc...................................................L7 DEVELOPMENTS CK Construction, LLC................................................ AF9 First Choice Development......................................... E3 Ronning Companies................................................... A2 Van Buskirk Companies............................................N13 DEWATERING SYSTEMS Blackburn Basement Systems................................. Ai2 DRAFTING/DESIGN 605 Drafting & Design...............................................H6 Oakridge Nursery & Landscaping, Inc...................AD7 ELECTRICAL Aire Serv / Mr. Electric / Mr. Rooter........................ G7 Hat Creek Electric, LLC.............................................. R9 Muth Electric, Inc....................................................... D3 Waterbury Heating & Cooling..................................N18

List of exhibitors

EXHIBITOR BOOTH# FENCES American Fence Company.......................................AB5 Dog Guard................................................................... Ai6 Extraordinaire Fence Co., LLC............................... AB13 Invisible Fence of Sioux Falls....................................L5 FINANCING Black Hills Federal Credit Union.............................O18 Central Bank................................................................. i2 CorTrust Bank N.A...................................................... C2 First Bank & Trust....................................................... A5 Plains Commerce Bank.............................................. B3 Quoin Financial Bank................................................. N5 SD Housing Development Authority..................... N2 Service First Federal Credit Union........................O20 FIREPLACES Fireplace Gallery.........................................................F9 Fireplace Professionals, Inc...................................... J1 Flue Doctor, LLC.......................................................... E9 Hebron Brick Supply.................................................. H7 FLOORS/ FLOOR COVERINGS All Around Surfaces.................................................AD5 Carpet Land................................................................O19 Dakota Applicators.....................................................Ai1 Dakota Floors............................................................. L12 Dave’s Flooring America............................................G1 Ellis Design & Coatings, LLC..................................... O9 Family Floors & Furniture, Inc................................... K1 Garage Experts of Sioux Falls................................ AF3 Garage Force............................................................... R2 Garage Living.............................................................. D4 Kwik Kerb...................................................................AB9 Martin’s Decorative Stones........................................L4 Montgomery’s..............................................................N1

EXHIBITOR

BOOTH#

Resurface by Design................................................ AF7 Thornton Flooring.....................................................N14 Tri State Snap Sports............................................... AE9 FOAM FORMS Dakota ICF, LLC......................................................... B7 Lite-Form Technologies............................................. D2 HEALTH SERVICES Baker Audiology & Hearing Aids...........................AF14 Borgil Enterprises.......................................................J7 Dynamic Spine Chiropractic................................... O23 Hawaiian Moon...........................................................R10 Highest Health Chiropractic..................................... N4 M & E Sales...................................................................E7 R & R Mobility Conversions, Inc..............................O14 Radon Mitigation Systems........................................ O7 Redfern Enterprises..................................................N17 Reinecke Chiropractic Clinic, Inc............................ G4 Sioux Falls Audiology Associates.......................... O22 Sioux Falls Chiropractic............................................ K3 Sioux Falls Fire Rescue.............................................O11 TH Enterprises ............................................................. i1 TNR Group.....................................................................L3 TruPulse................................................................ Q2; Q3 Tuning Elements......................................................AF10 Upper Cervical of Sioux Falls..................................O21 Your CBD Store / EV of South Dakota................... AE6 Ytm Enterprises........................................................ AE2 HEATING & A/C Affordable Geothermal............................................... i5 Aire Serv / Mr. Electric / Mr. Rooter........................ G7 Central Heating & Air, Inc..........................................F7 Ellis Design & Coatings, LLC..................................... O9 Lambert Heating & Air Conditioning....................... H5 Redfern Enterprises................................................. AF2 Roger’s Plumbing and Heating..................................J2 Waterbury Heating & Cooling..................................N18 HOME ENTERTAINMENT Audio Video Integrations & Rehfeld’s.................. C5 DTV PROS LLC..............................................................N8 Dupont Pro....................................................................F2 Own Your Own Arcade Game..................................... O3 Sioux Falls Aquatics................................................. O24 Unlimited Electronic Lifestyles................................N9 HOME FURNISHINGS & ACCESSORIES Audio Video Integrations & Rehfeld’s.................. C5

BOOTH#

Beds By Design......................................................... AF5 Human Touch............................................................AC5 Juna Sleep Systems....................................................F6 Lifetime Cookware.................................................... AF6 Montgomery’s..............................................................N1 Scentsy - Mary Schwebach........................................O1 Simply Perfect..........................................................AB9 The Superior Sleep Experience............................... Ai4 INSULATION CityWide Insulation.....................................................F3 Dakota Applicators.....................................................Ai1 Four Way Insulation, Inc............................................ H4 New Prairie Insulation, Inc...................................... L10 Olson’s Pest Technicians..........................................O13 Providence Financial, Inc.......................................... G5 INVESTING Falls Planning Group @ Waddell & Reed................. J5 LANDSCAPING Action Lawn and Tree............................................. AB11 Bluestone Landscape Co.........................................AD3 Dakota Wall Systems, Inc.........................................O12 Earthscapes, Inc....................................................... AE7 Equity Green Lawn & Tree Experts............................Q1 Granberg Landscaping & Concrete........................ AC2 Hardscapes Outlet....................................................AD4 Hebron Brick Supply................................................ AH1 Help You Landscape.................................................AB3 Kut & Kill.......................................................................A1 Kwik Kerb...................................................................AB9 Landscape Garden Centers...................................... E14 Maximum Promotions................................................. E1 Oakridge Nursery & Landscaping, Inc...................AD7 Pebble Beach Landscaping, Inc.............................AB6 Rexbuild LLC.............................................................AB14 Sharp Lawn Care......................................................... A4 Sod Busters, Inc.......................................................... K5 Weller Brothers Landscaping................................. AH1 LIGHTING Cozy Home & Lighting................................................ R6 Mahlander’s Appliance & Lighting............................ i9 Oakridge Nursery & Landscaping, Inc...................AD7 Pahl’s Designer Showroom........................................F4 Unlimited Electronic Lifestyles................................N9 MEDIA/ MARKETING Home Ideas Magazine.............................................. O26 WNAX Radio............................................................... AF8 MILLWORK Builder’s Millwork & Window, LLC............................ G9

THE STRONGEST, MOST DURABLE GUTTER PROTECTION

WE HAVE AFFORDABLE OPTIONS AVAILABLE TO FIT YOUR GUTTER NEEDS CALL US TODAY!

Gutter Protection System

Call Today! Let us help with your next big project Design Installation Upgrades Maintenance Repairs

FAMILY OWNED • LICENSED, BONDED & INSURED

Do you need Gutters, Gutter Protection, Windows & Stone Siding, Decks, Basement Finishes/ Remodels, New Additions ... WE DO IT ALL! Contact us for more details on how we can help.

GET STARTED TODAY WITH A FREE PROJECT ESTIMATE!

CLOG FREE GUTTER COVERS FASCIA WRAP & SOFFITS HEAT TAPE INSTALLATION SEAMLESS GUTTERS

605-291-5397

TAXES CAN BE PUZZL PUZZLING LING ...

PO Box 298 Hartford, 57033 POSD Box 298 Cell# 605.212.7647 Hartford, SD 57033 Phone# 605.528.8728 Cell# 605.212.7647 Fax#605.528.7111 Phone# 605.528.8728 www.traviselectricinc.com Fax#605.528.7111 email: travis@traviselectricinc.com www.traviselectricinc.com email: travis@traviselectricinc.com

605-291-5397 info@titangutters.com www.titangutters.com

WE CURRENTLY PROVIDE OUR SERVICES TO CUSTOMERS IN IOWA, SOUTH DAKOTA, NEBRASKA & MINNESOTA.

Is a Reverse Mortgage Right For You?

• Gutters RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL • Gutters Protection • Windows • Stone Siding • Decks • Basement Finishes & Remodels • New Additions ... 605-291-5397 | info@titangutters.com | www.titangutters.com and much more!

Contactless 10% OFF &

ANY SERVICE Drop Off Available

NOT VALID WITH ANY OTHER OFFERS - MUST PRESENT COUPON. EXPIRES 5/31/21.

*Make appt online @ TAXES CAN BE PUZZL PUZZLING LING ...www.nesstax.com

Contactless & Drop Off Available

Submitted by Jake Droge

If you’re a retiree, you have probably heard talk of reverse mortgages. What exactly are they? What are the pros and cons? Is a reverse mortgage a good idea for you personally? Reverse mortgages are basically loans available to people over 62. Using your house as collateral, the lender gives you money to use during your retirement. The income usually is not taxable, and it generally won’t affect your Social Security or Medicare benefits. There are no loan payments — since you’re borrowing money against the equity in your house, you don’t have to repay the loan as long as you own the house. You can choose to receive your money as a monthly income, or as a line of credit — a pool of money you can write checks against. You can live in your home as long as you want. You can’t get evicted unless you fail to pay your property taxes or other expenses required by the reverse-mortgage contract. A tax-free income and a home for life? Why wouldn’t you want to take out a reverse mortgage? To begin with, this deal is not free. In fact, it’s an expensive option. The fees connected with reverse mortgages can be very high. Second, the loan has to be repaid when ownership of the house changes. If you sell the house, whatever money the lender has paid you will be taken out of the proceeds of the sale. If you live in the house until your death, the house changes ownership when you die, so the loan comes due. If the money you were paid over your lifetime equals or exceeds the value of the sale price of your house, there might not be anything left for your heirs to inherit. Is a reverse mortgage for you? If money is very tight and you need another source of income, it can be a good option. Visit JakeDroge.com for more information about the many ways that a HECM can impact your future, or call today to speak with Jake at 605-941-7029.

Questions about a Reverse Mortgage?

20 % OFF *Make appt online @ www.nesstax.com

%

20 OFF

INCOME TAX PREPARATION

NESS S E RV I C E

• Specializing in individual / Small Business Returns • Walk-ins Welcome • Hablamos Español

TA X & B O O K K E E P I N G

INCOME TAX PREPARATION

Jake Droge I AM THE ONLY CERTIFIED REVERSE MORTGAGE PROFESSIONAL LOCATED IN SOUTH DAKOTA!

We strive to bring you a better mortgage experience for all your life’s big moments.

605-941-7029 jakedroge.com

Good on only original individual tax returns - from 1040 series. • Specializing in individual / Small Business Returns Maximum discount $35. Expires 2-28-21 • Walk-ins Welcome • Hablamos Español

NESS S E RV I C E TA X & B O O K K E E P I N G

NESS S SI C E S ENREV

Good on only original individual tax returns - from 1040 series. Maximum discount $35. Expires 2-28-21

TA X & B O O K K E E P I N G TA X & B O O K K E E P I N G

NMLS # 403695, Corp NMLS # 2975 45776 263rd St, Humboldt SD 57035 Licensed in South Dakota

Equal Opportunity Housing Lender.

Unparalleled support with transparent communication

S E R V I C EIN15AYEARS ROW! 15 YEARS IN A ROW!

Schedule your appointment online! Schedule your appointment online! WWW.NESSTAX.COM WWW.NESSTAX.COM SIOUX FALLS: WEST WEST SIDE SIDE SIOUX FALLS: 3220 57th West 57th | 605.361.5311 3220 West St. |St. 605.361.5311

EAST SIDESIDE SIOUXSIOUX FALLS: FALLS: EAST 1616 EastEast 10th St | 605.332.4829 1616 10th St | 605.332.4829

GARRETSON: 617 N. Main Ave. | 605.594.6484

GARRETSON: 617 N. Main Ave. | 605.594.6484


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

EXHIBITOR

BOOTH#

MISCELLANEOUS Bishop Dudley Hospitality House............................E11 Clean Ride Auto Spa / The Clean Bean................... Q8 Cutco Cutlery...........................................................AE10 Huset’s Speedway........................................................L8 La Vie Marketing..........................................................F5 Lee Unlimited.............................................................. K2 Midwest Solar Inc....................................................... J3 Nyberg’s Ace Grill ‘n Smoke..................................... G8 Office of Attorney General Consumer Protection.E6 MOVING SERVICES Movin’ on Out, Inc.....................................................O16 OUTDOOR BUILDINGS MLC Construction, Inc................................................. i4 Northland Buildings................................................... A7 Quality Storage Buildings........................................AC1 OVERHEAD DOORS Mobile Screen Works / Garage Plus.....................AE12 Overhead Door Co. Of Sioux Falls, Inc.................... A9 Pro Garage Door......................................................... L11 Wire Hide.................................................................... AE3 PAINTING 360 Painting............................................................... E13 Fresh Coat Painters of Sioux Falls........................AB7 PowerLift Hydraulic Doors........................................ B6 Select Painting............................................................ C1 PATIO FURNITURE Kwik Kerb...................................................................AB9 M & E Sales.................................................................AD1 PEST CONTROL Action Lawn and Tree............................................. AB11 Mosquito Authority / Pest Authority.................... AE8 Olson’s Pest Technicians..........................................O13 Woods Roofing / Nicebats.......................................AB4 PLUMBING Aire Serv / Mr. Electric / Mr. Rooter........................ G7 Coreline, LLC................................................................ A6 Handy Man Home Remodeling Center.................. N10 Roger’s Plumbing and Heating..................................J2 Waterbury Heating & Cooling..................................N18 REAL ESTATE Dave & Co. Real Estate Team - Hegg Realtors, Inc.....Q6 Discovery Realty Group Keller Williams..................B1 EXIT Realty - Great Plains..................................... AB15 Fisher Sisters Real Estate / Pride Built Homes..... K4 Heather Nagel Real Estate.......................................R12 RETAINING WALLS Kut & Kill.......................................................................A1 Redi-Rock Retaining Walls......................................AC6 Rexbuild LLC.............................................................AB14 ROOFING 1 800 HANSONS........................................................AF13 Boulder Creek Custom Homes, LLC......................... H2 Central States Mfg...................................................... J8 Clark Construction......................................................L2 CRC Seamless, Inc.....................................................O15 Dustin Hoffman Construction, LLC.......................... B2 E & B Construction, Inc........................................... AF4 LeafGuard Gutters of South Dakota.........................L9 Love Our Roof.............................................................AB1 Mart Brothers Construction..................................AF16 MLC Construction, Inc................................................. i4 Premier Systems, Inc...............................................AC4

1

EXHIBITOR

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021 • Page 9

BOOTH#

Roof Maxx of Sioux Falls........................................... R8 Vision Roofing, Inc................................................... AE5 Woods Roofing / Nicebats.......................................AB4 Your Home Improvement Company, LLC...............AD2 SECURITY Audio Video Integrations & Rehfeld’s.................. C5 Midwest Alarm Company............................................ i3 Safe-N-Secure............................................................. G3 Sioux Merchant Patrol, Inc....................................... R5 Unlimited Electronic Lifestyles................................N9 SIDING 1 800 HANSONS........................................................AF13 ABC Seamless of Sioux Falls.................................... J6 Boulder Creek Custom Homes, LLC......................... H2 Central States Mfg...................................................... J8 CRC Seamless, Inc.....................................................O15 James Hardie Building Products.............................R11 Mart Brothers Construction..................................AF16 Northland Seamless.................................................... i7 Universal Windows Direct of Sioux City................. R4 Window World.............................................................. D5 Your Home Improvement Company LLC................AD2 SMALL REPAIR PROJECTS Ace Handyman Services Sioux Falls......................AD6 PatchMaster................................................................ O8 SPAS & POOLS Combined Pool & Spa............................................... AH1 Oakridge Nursery & Landscaping, Inc...................AD7 Premier Pools & Spas.................................................D1 SPORTS CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS SportGames Center, SportGames, LLC.................... O6 STRUCTURAL INSULATED PANELS Extreme Panel Tech, Inc..........................................AF11 SUNROOMS BetterLiving of Siouxland....................................... AH1 Boulder Creek Custom Homes, LLC......................... H2 UTILITIES Sioux Valley Energy / Southeastern Electric........A10 WATER CONDITIONING/TREATMENT Applied Water Technologies......................................L6 Aqua Falls Water - Kinetico.......................................H1 Culligan Water of Sioux Falls................................... A3 EcoWater Systems of Sioux Falls, LLC..................... J4 WINDOW COVERINGS (DRAPES, BLINDS & TINTING) Betz Blinds, Inc...........................................................N6 Budget Blinds of Sioux Falls.................................N16 Montgomery’s..............................................................N1 WINDOWS/DOORS 1 800 HANSONS........................................................AF13 ABC Seamless of Sioux Falls.................................... J6 Bristol Windows.......................................................... E5 Builder’s Millwork & Window, LLC............................ G9 CRC Seamless, Inc.....................................................O15 Fargo Glass & Paint Company................................... C3 Kitchens & Windows Unlimited................................. N7 MLC Construction, Inc................................................. i4 Northland Seamless.................................................... i7 Pella Windows & Doors.............................................. G6 PowerLift Hydraulic Doors........................................ B6 Schoeneman Bros. Co................................................ N3 Universal Windows Direct of Sioux City................. R4 Window World.............................................................. D5 Your Home Improvement Company, LLC...............AD2

Create An Ideal Sleep Environment

Most people sleep most comfortably when the air is slightly cool, so target a room temperature between 65-70º F . If this is cooler than you keep the home during the day, consider using a programmable thermostat that automatically lowers the temperature at bedtime. Also, remove distractions that may keep you awake and, if necessary, use a white noise device for uninterrupted sleep.

2

4 HEALTHIER HOME Tips for Creating a

Photo courtesy of Getty Images

(Family Features) People are spending more time at home, where their living spaces have become classrooms, gyms, offices, restaurants and more. The additional time at home provides a unique opportunity to make changes to create healthier living environments. In fact, a majority of Americans (54 percent) report being more concerned about having a healthy home since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent online survey of 2,000 adults conducted by The Harris Poll on behalf of Carrier Global Corporation, a leading global provider of healthy, safe and sustainable building and cold chain solutions. If you’re looking to improve your living space, consider these tips for making your home the healthiest it can be:

3

Install Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Another cause for concern amid the COVID-19 can be the potential for dangerous levels of carbon monoxide (CO) in homes. CO alarms should be installed on each level of the home, outside sleeping areas, and be tested monthly. Install alarms with a 10-yr battery, such as Kidde Wire-Free Interconnect 10Year Battery Combination Smoke & CO Alarm for less hassle. It offers wire-free interconnect capability, a voice warning feature that accompanies the loud alarm tone and verbal announcements such as “replace alarm” at the end of the alarm’s life.

ESTABLISHED IN 1971

• LICENSED BONDED & INSURED • CERTIFIED INSULATION CONTRACTOR • WALLS • ATTICS • FREE ESTIMATES • NEW CONSTRUCTION OR EXISTING • THE ULTIMATE FOUNDATION WATERPROOFING • “AIRTIGHT” INSULATION SYSTEMS • SPRAYED URETHANE FOAM • BLOWN-IN-BLANKET® SYSTEM CONTRACTOR

Update Your Fire Protection

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, people are also more concerned about fire safety precautions in their homes, such as smoke detectors and fire extinguishers. Smoke alarms should be installed on each level of your house and inside each bedroom. Test the smoke alarms monthly and replace batteries as needed. In addition, install a fire extinguisher on each level and consider one for the kitchen, as well. Make sure to check extinguishers routinely and replace every 10-12 years.

4

Improve Indoor Air Quality

Maintaining heating & AC filters is a concern many homeowners reported. In the survey, 49% are concerned about reducing dust, pollen and other indoor pollutants as part of their filter maintenance. In addition to changing air filters on a frequent basis, air purifiers and humidifiers can help make the air inside homes fresher, cleaner and more comfortable. For example, third-party testing has shown the Carrier Infinity Whole Home Air Purifier inactivates 99% of select viruses and bacteria trapped on the filter, such as common colds, streptococcus pyogenes and human influenza. The purifier was also tested by a third party against the murine coronavirus, which is similar to the human coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 that causes COVID-19. In that testing, the purifier inactivated 99% of coronavirus trapped on the filter.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 10 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

Cold Enough for a

I’ve lived in South Dakota my entire life but I woke up yesterday and I’ve had it. I love living in the best state in the United States, but I had my finger posed above the “buy now” to escape to a nice beach when travel restrictions said “don’t go”.

Chubber Special! By Heather Taylor

Our kids are in school thank God, but they feel as if they have to walk through their days with heads down, masks up in a weird Orwellian kind of existence. Our teachers deserve massive kudos and we all will survive. That being said, it is cold as a well-digger’s hiney and all I can think about is a hot toddy. The first time I ever had a hot toddy was at Skelly’s a downtown staple when I was a young adult. Yes, this may date me, but it is my life. I used to hang out at the piano bar and one night went in and Danny (he is another story and a doozy) asked what song I was going to sing. The second I croaked my response he ordered me a “Chubber Special”.

Thursday Feb 18 is

National Drink Wine Day

To celebrate use this coupon and save

20%

All Wine Excluding wines already on sale.

Offer ends 2/21/2021

41st & Minnesota Avenue, Sioux Falls | 605-339-1500

u n i t y Action n e r s h ip r - L a Iknetse rC- Loamkme su nCiot my mAction P a r t n ePrasrht ip

a k eI sn t eCro- Lmamk eusn Ci toHelping ym mAction PChanging a r t nPearr stLives u n i People. t y Action nheip r s h ip HelpingHelping People. Changing Lives People. Changing Lives

Helping People. Changing Helping People. Changing Lives Lives

Chubber yelled at Danny and asked “what for” and Danny said “Heather can’t sing, her throat hurts” Magically the elixir appeared. Hot water, Grand Marnier, fresh squeezed lemon and a healthy dose of honey. Even if I don’t have a sore throat this is still my favorite winter beverage of all time. Not only is it easy and simple the add on work great. So here is the base: hot water. I know, super simple right? So, check out your bar and see what you have for spirits. Start with about 4 ounces of hot water, two ounces of your fave spirit (bourbon, whiskey, brandy, rum) add citrus such as lemon or orange spritz and don’t forget the honey!

Stay warm this week!

FREE FREE FREE

FREE

V o l u n t e e r I n c o m e T a x A s s i s t a n c e ( V I T A ) i s t a n c e ( V I T A ) V o l u n t e e r I n c o m e T a x A s s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

olunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) If your household incomeincome is below is $57,000 If your household below $57,000

f your household income is below ur household income is below $57,000 volunteers at ♦ Get your taxes prepared FREE by $57,000 ♦ Get your taxes prepared cerfied FREE by cerfied volunteers at Inter-Lakes Community Acon Partnership. et Get youryour taxestaxes prepared FREE by cerfied volunteers at ♦ prepared FREE by cerfied volunteers at Inter-Lakes Community Acon Partnership. ♦ AllCommunity returns are e-filed. nter-Lakes AconAcon Partnership. Inter-Lakes Community Partnership. ♦ All returns are e-filed. ♦ You may qualify for Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on are e-filed. ♦l returns All returns are e-filed. 2020 Federal Taxfor Return. ♦your You may qualify Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) on Partners: ICAP’s VITA ou may qualify your for Earned IncomeTax TaxReturn. Credit (EITC) 2020 Federal ♦ You may qualify for Earned Income Tax Crediton(EITC) on • University University of Sioux Sioux Falls of your 2020 Tax Return. CALLFederal 1-605-334-2808 ICAP’s VITAFalls Partners: your 2020 Federal Tax Return.

WHEN IT COMES TO TAX PREP,

• United Way United Way VITA Partners: WE’VE GOT YOU COVERED. for an appointment. ICAP’s ICAP’s • University of Sioux Falls VITA Partners: CALL 1-605-334-2808 • And And other other local local funders funders 30% OFF • University of Sioux Falls TAX PREP L 1-605-334-2808 • United Way Falls • University of Sioux for an appointment. ALL 1-605-334-2808 • United Way • And other localONEfunders an appointment. LOCATION TO CARE FOR ALL OF YOUR NEEDS! • United Way 3001 E. 10TH STREET | 605-271-3123 or an appointment. • And other local funders Virtual Tax Pro

Secure Drop-Off

ONE COUPON ONLY TO BE USED ON INDIVIDUAL TAX RETURNS. EXPIRES APRIL 15TH.

In-Person

Liberty Tax App

Say hello TO

• And other local funders

ICAP is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

HHH

Download the LibertyTax App from these trusted stores

DISCLAIMER: *With paid tax preparation. Valid at participating locations. Cannot be combined with other offers or used toward past services. One coupon per customer and per return. Other exclusions may apply. Void where prohibited by law. Valid April 15th.


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021 • Page 11

PRICES VALID FROM FEBRUARY 17-23, 2021

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2021 IS ...

NATIONAL

The purpose of National Drink Wine Day is to spread the love and health benefits of wine. Wine has played an important role in history, religion and relationships. We embrace the positive benefits of wine such as new friends, reduced risk of heart disease and the enhancement of food and life.

Rich & Rare Whiskey

DAY! WINE LOLLIPOPS Yield: About 12 lollipops

• 1 1/2 cups plus 2 tbsp Port wine • 3 tablespoons corn syrup • 3/4 cup sugar • 1/8 tsp. kosher salt • 12 Lollipop sticks • Gold luster dust *optional

Barton Vodka

1.75 L

1.75 L

1199

$

9

$ 99

Bring red wine to a simmer in a small saucepan. Simmer wine until reduced to 1/3 cup, this should take about 20-25 minutes. Remove from stove-top and let cool completely. In a medium saucepan combine sugar, corn syrup, salt and wine reduction. Stir until combined. Clip a candy thermometer to the side of the saucepan and bring to a boil over medium heat. Stir occasionally with a heat-proof spatula until all sugar granules have dissolved. Boil until candy temperature registers 298-310 degrees on a candy thermometer.

Robert Mondavi Wines 750 ml

7

$ 99

Remove from heat and fill greased lollipop molds with the hot candy. Place lollipop sticks in the stick crevices and rotate until the stick is coated in the hot candy. Alternatively, you may also drop the hot candy from a spoon onto a silicone mat or parchment paper, making two to threeinch disks and leaving room to place -and rotate- the lollipop sticks.

Bud, Miller & Coors Family Beers

Miller Lite & Coors Light

24 pk. 12 oz. cans

30 pk. 12 oz. cans

Truly & White Claw

Sam Adams & New Belgium Family Beers

1899 $1599 $1799

$

Allow the lollipops to harden completely. These are best if you wait a day to consume them, as this gives the red wine flavor plenty of time to develop. Embellish with luster dust if desired and store between sheets of parchment in an airtight container

Michelob Ultra 12 pk. btls. or cans

Did you know 14 muscles are activated when opening a bottle of wine?

1 OFF

CARRY-OUT & DELIVERY COUPON

$2 additional charge per pizza for stuffed crusts. Some restrictions may apply. Expires 2-28-21.

East 10 Street 275-9777 th

Any 2 Large Pizzas

9

Brandon 582-6322

7

$ 99

FRUIT. REAL

PAPA BURGER COMBO

HAPPY. 5 SIOUX FALLS F LOCATIONS A

EACH Not good with other special offers. Substitution extra. Tax extra. No reproductions accepted. Offer expires 2/28/2021. Limit 1 coupon per order. Valid at 3401 E 10th St., Sioux Falls location only.

Tea 368-5588

6 pk. 12 oz. btls.

REAL

$ 99

COUPON CODE: LSM299

12 pk. 12 oz. cans

PRICES VALID AT SIOUX FALLS LOCATION: 530 S. 2ND AVENUE | 605-332-1891

$ NEW CONTACTLESS DELIVERY OPTIONS AVAILABLE

Stella Artois

12 pk. btls. or cans

1399 $1499 $1499

$

Busch Light

18 pk. 12 oz. btls.

5115 S Louise Ave 1716 S Marion Rd #1 2601 S Minnesota Ave #101 4611 Ar Ar ro row whead Pkwy 1200 E 57th St #3 JuiceStopSiouxF JuiceStopSioux Fall allss.com

$1 OFF

Any 24 oz Smoothie Expires 5/30/21. Not valid with any other offer. Value up to $1.00.

YOUR

PARTY HEADQUARTERS

Try one of our 5 signature bowls or build your pita Try one of ourfavorite Your order as a bowl 5 signature

3 0ff

COUPON Balloons •COUPON Helium Tank Tableware • Decorations Catering Supplies “Where Fun Parties B

$

bowls or build your favorite pita as a bowl

when downloading the app

OFF 1525 OFF OFF 2 OFF OFF 510 OFF JANUARY COUPON “Where Fun Parties Begin”

$ 00

pitapitusa.com/app

FREE BOWL OR PITA with purchase of a w/Combo Rice Bowl owl or Pita w/Com

• Eat-in • Take-out • Delivery • Drive thru • Box Lunches for Catering

“Where Fun Parties Begin” Any Purchase “Where• Fun Parties•Begin” Balloons Helium Tank Rentals • Tableware of $10.00

$ 00 $%00

$ 00 $ 00

Any Purchase Any Purchase of Purchase $10.00 of Purchase $25.00 Any Any YOUR IN-STORE or$25.00 MorePURCHASE or$50.00 More of of or More or More 5231 W. 26th St. • 36

• Balloons • Helium• Tank Rentals •• Catering Tableware Decorations Supplies • More... or More • Decorations • Catering5231 Supplies • More... “Where Fun Parties W. Begin”26th St. • 362-1178 W. 26th St. • 362-1178 5231

Not valid with any other offers or specials. Expires 2/17/21.

• 2401 925 S. Ave.Ave. E. 10th 925Minnesota S. Minnesota 2401 E. 10thSt.St.• 2312 2312W. W. 69th 69th St St. Order Online at: pitapit.com Order Online At: pitapit.com

5231 W. 26th St. • 362-1178

#SN1 #SN11-1

Not valid with other promotion, offers or prior purchases. #SN 02-21 Expires 2-28-21 Valid on in-store merchandise only. Not valid on candy.

5231 W. 26th St. • 362-1178 • Sioux Falls, SD


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 12 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

EMPLOYMENT

Opportunities

EXPERIENCED HOUSE CLEANERS

************ Salary DOE Mon.-Fri. 8am - 4 or 5pm Pay reviews yearly, Paid days off, Employer matched retirement, Supplement insurance: Life, Dental, Vision, Accident, Disability, Hospital

EARN $14.90-$17.40/Hr. •Fun

Team Atmosphere Bonus Incentives •Paid Weekly •Paid Vacation •401(K) •Excellent Training •Health, Dental, Vision •Opportunity for Advancement

•Daily

Cleaning By Judy 605-359-3735

END ROLLS OF PAPER

Mailing a Package? Moving? Washing Windows?

Carriers Wanted TUESDAY ONLY To Deliver The Shopping News From Age 10-75 Years Old Paid Every Two Weeks Contact Dawn 605-275-6372 605-940-4914 Office Or Cell Great Exercise And Make Some Money!

Blue Beacon of Sioux Falls, SD 5307 N. Cliff

(Behind Loves Truck Stop, Exit 399, I-90) No phone calls please We value diversity/ We drug test www.sfshoppingnews.com

Loosbrock Digging Service is currently seeking hard working, motivated applicants for:

Boring Operator • General Laborer These are seasonal positions and pay is based on skills and experience. Hubs located in Worthington and Lismore with future outpost in South Dakota. We provide services in SW Minnesota, SE South Dakota and NW Iowa. Light travel with paid hotel and meal reimbursement. CDL preferred but willing to train. Benefits include 401k, HSA and Health Insurance. Email Resume to: loosbrockdigging@outlook.com or call 507-472-8448 or 507-381-1151

CHS Farmers Alliance Full Time Positions Available. Comprehensive Benefit Package Including; Health, Dental, Vision, 401K With Company Match And A Company Funded Pension Plan. Ethan *Custom Applicator *CDL Drivers *Seasonal Drivers 605-227-4297 Corsica •Custom Applicator • CDL Drivers •Seasonal Drivers 605-946-6215 Mitchell *Custom Applicator •CDL Drivers •Seasonal Drivers 605-996-7322 Freeman •Custom Applicator •CDL Drivers •Seasonal Drivers 605-925-4254 Wagner •Custom Applicator •CDL Drivers •Seasonal Drivers 605-384-3671 Bridgewater *Custom Applicator •CDL Drivers •Seasonal Drivers 605-729-2518 White Lake •CDL Driver •Seasonal Drivers 605-249-2610 Visit Our careers page www.chsfarmersalliance. com/careers/ For Full Details And To Apply Online. FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! Shop the Grocery stores that advertise in the Shopping News. They bring their ads to you FREE of charge.

Established Cleaning Company Looking For Part Time Help Monday Through Friday Evenings In Sioux Falls And The Surrounding Area Must Have Transportation Call Stephen 605-940-7812 Call 275-6373 to place an ad! Help Wanted Front Desk and Overnight Housekeeping •Wages Depend On Experience •Ask For Patrick or Tracy 605-274-1001 EXT 0

• • • •

Excellent healthcare benefits Employer-matched 401(k) retirement plan Tuition assistance Paid vacations & holidays

Search

Sioux Falls

General production roles available. An Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability and veterans.

Apply now at smithfieldfoods.com/careers

super crossword answers 2-17-21

Help Wanted: Concrete Finisher and Laborer Looking To Start Around April 1 Brian Johnson Enterprises 605-321-6018 THE SHOPPING NEWS is closed on Saturdays for the winter. Thank you. J&P Roofing Systems Inc. We Are A Commercial Roofing Applicator. We Are Expanding Our Work Load And Are Looking For A Sheet Metal Worker, And Roofer This A Full Time Position. We Work All Through The Winter And Summer So You Don’t Have To Be Worried About Finding Winter Work. You Must Be Able To Lift A Minimum Of 50lbs And Not Be Afraid Of Heights. Wages Are Negotiable Based On Previous Experience, Workability, And General Construction Knowledge. We Work In The Sioux Falls Area But We Also Travel. We Are Located In Dell Rapids. Per Diem Is Provided When Traveling Over Night. If Interested Contact Patrick (605)251-0094 Or Jerry (605)212-0459

Join our team in South Dakota today.

Outstanding benefits package:

INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU INVEST: The Shopping News does not knowingly accept fraudulent or deceptive advertising. Readers are cautioned to thoroughly investigate all “Business Opportunity” and other ads which require an investment.

DELIVERING THE SHOPPING NEWS is a great way to earn extra money.

We’re Hiring! • Starting Pay at $15.60-17.85/ Hour • Retention Bonus • 1st & 2nd Shift Available

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

- Quarterly Safety Mileage Program - Stop Pay - Layover Pay - Holiday Pay - Vacation Pay Available

crossword answers 2-17-21


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021 • Page 13

Community EVENTS

Video on Demand 1. Honest Thief .................. (PG-13) Liam Neeson 2. American Skin ....................... (R) Omari Hardwick 3. Tenet ............................... (PG-13) John David Washington 4. The War with Grandpa ......(PG) Robert De Niro 5. Synchronic ............................. (R) Anthony Mackie 6. Come Play ...................... (PG-13) Azhy Robertson 7. Redemption Day ................... (R) Gary Dourdan 8. The Croods: A New Age .....(PG) animated 9. Unhinged ................................ (R) Russell Crowe 10. Brothers by Blood ............... (R) Matthias Schoenaerts

OF PAPER

Mailing a Package? Moving? Washing Windows?

February 15, 2021

King Features Weekly Service

THE BOLD AND THE BEAUTIFUL Zende begged Paris for a second chance after Carter issued her a warning. The Logan sisters came together as Brooke and Donna weighed in with Katie about her relationship with Dollar Bill. Hope admitted to Liam that the results of Steffy’s paternity test had her questioning everything. Finn made his intentions clear to Steffy. Steffy delivered a powerful speech to Finn and Hope about her feelings for Liam. Bill and Liam leaned on one another about their relationships with Katie and Hope. Finn laid down the law to Liam with a new set of boundaries for Steffy. Wait to See: Thomas becomes concerned for Steffy. Steffy offers an apology to those she may have hurt. Thomas decides to help Hope and Steffy in an unusual way.

King Features Weekly Service

LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Disappointments are never easy to take, but you have the ability to learn from them and go on to success. Meanwhile, continue to build up your contacts. You’ll need them soon. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) Things might still be going much too slowly to suit you. But you need the time to make sure they’re going in the right direction. It’s easier to make a course correction now rather than later. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Showing some temperament at the way things are going is one way of getting your point across. Just don’t overdo it, or you risk turning away more-moderate supporters. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Things could change more quickly this week than you like. But don’t fret; you’ll most likely find that you’re up to the challenges. The weekend offers much-needed relaxation. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) Big challenge coming up? Uncross those fingers and believe that you’re going to do well. And keep in mind that so many people have faith in your ability to succeed. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Testing the waters is a good way of learning about an opportunity before plunging right in. Ask more questions and be alert to any attempts to avoid giving complete answers. BORN THIS WEEK: You have a gift for making people — and animals, too — feel special and loved.

DAYS OF OUR LIVES Ciara finally got a message to Ben. Charlie urged Claire to believe him. Lucas and Allie had a run-in with Charlie. Nicole pressured Rafe into allowing Ava to live with him. Chloe felt a pull toward Brady. Vivian and Kristen reunited in prison. Ben and Claire sought help from Susan once again. Orpheus manipulated Rhodes. Xander proposed to Sarah. Gabi made a pitch to Philip. Jake questioned whether Gwen was telling the truth. Abigail and Gwen got into a fight at the cemetery. Gabi informed Jake she was working on a deal with Philip. Clyde gave Ben a lead regarding Ciara. Wait to See: Claire takes action after learning from Belle that Charlie could get away with his crimes. Abigail asks Gabi to team up with her to bring down Gwen. Ciara has a surprising reunion. GENERAL HOSPITAL Brando feigned ignorance. Portia accompanied Curtis on a stakeout.

© 2021 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

King Features Weekly Service

February 15, 2021

King Features Weekly Service

1985© adventure comedy filmInc.“The 2021 King Features Syndicate, Goonies”? 4. What American female distance runner won the Boston Marathon in

HOCUS FOCUS ANSWERS 2/17/21 1. Sale sign is added. 2. Button missing from woman's jacket. 3. Ceiling light is added.

END ROLLS

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Time is on your side in the early part of the week. But anything left undone by midweek will need to be put into rush mode. The weekend offers choices for you and someone special. TAURUS (April 30 to May 20) Finally getting credit for a contribution is nice for all you idea-generating Ferdinands and Fernandas. But don’t sit on your laurels under the cork tree. Use it1.asWho a firstwas step the to a trainer bigger opportunity. of Triple GEMINI (Mayracehorses 21 to June 20) Despite Crown-winning Gallant the (1930) progress made, a hint of doubt might Fox and Omaha (1935)? set in. That’s OK. You need to stop and 2. It’s tradition for you’re Notre doing Damebut consider not only what Fighting football to also how Irish you are doing. players Make adjusttouch sign posted mentsawhere needed.in Notre Dame CANCER to field. July 22) The Stadium before(June taking21the What dreamer is read? dominant in the Moon does the sign Child’s aspect, but a dollop of hard3. Whatpracticality former NFLisdefensive line-fast headed coming up man the role of SlothThe in the and played jockeying for space. chal1985 lengeadventure is to make comedy room forfilm both “The modes. LEO (July 23 to August 22) It’s a Goonies”? good week for Leos and Leonas 4. What American female distance to start assessing what they’ve done and runner won the Boston Marathon in what they plan to do. Moving to a new 1979 and ‘83, and theorgold medal environment — won home job-related in—theismarathon at the Los Angea possibility for1984 some Cats. (August 23 to SeptemlesVIRGO Summer Olympics? ber 22) The week calls for Virgos 5. What cross-country skiing dis- to make tough decisions, but in a way tance race, first held in 1973, is tradithat leaves the door open for changes. tionally every February in northAsk forrun advice from someone who has ern Wisconsin? been in the position you’re in now.

6. What Boston Celtics player suffered a season-ending knee injury attempting a dunk after the whistle in the final minutes of a 97-84 loss to the Indiana Pacers in 2007? 7. What NHL defenseman, who played with the Montreal Canadiens and Colorado Avalanche from 19902009, raced in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series from 2009-15? 1. Who was Answers the trainer of Triple Crown-winning racehorses Gallant 1. James Jim” (1935)? Fitzsimmons. Fox (1930)“Sunny and Omaha 2. like a champion today.” 2. “Play It’s tradition for Notre Dame 3. John Matuszak. Fighting Irish football players to touch a sign posted in Notre Dame 4. Joan Benoit. Stadium before taking the field. What 5. The American Birkebeiner. does the sign read? 6. Tony Allen. 3. What former NFL defensive line7. Patrice man playedBrisebois. the role of Sloth in the

©2021 King Features Syndicate Inc.

4. Bowtie is missing. 5. Man's tie is white. 6. Row of rings is missing.

© 2021 King Features Synd., Inc.

February 15, 2021

group of zebras called? © 2021 King Features Synd., Inc. 7. LITERATURE: Which 19th-century novelist’s last work was titled “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”?

1. Batman: Soul of the Dragon (R) Warner Bros. 2. Tenet ............................... (PG-13) Warner Bros. 3. Fatman ................................... (R) Paramount 4. Synchronic ............................. (R) Well Go USA 5. Top Gun ...............................(PG) Paramount 6. Love and Monsters ....... (PG-13) Paramount 7. Come Play ...................... (PG-13) Universal 8. Justice League ............... (PG-13) Warner Bros. 9. Mulan ............................. (PG-13) Disney 10. Yellowstone: Season 3 (TV-MA) Paramount Source: Comscore/Media Play News

February 15, 2021 King Features Weekly Service

WEEKLY SUDOKU ANSWER

1. THEATER: Which city was the setting for the musical “Cabaret”? 2. LANGUAGE: What does the Latin phrase “veritas vos liberabit” mean? 3. TELEVISION: What was the name UNIQUE, of the pet “dog”FUN on “TheSCRATCH Flintstones”? 4. ASTRONOMY: is a zenith PADS FORWhat SALE in terms of our solar system’s at The Shopping News.sun? LOTS 5. HISTORY: How many days were of choices, clever sayings for in an ancient Roman week? all occasions. GREAT GIFT 6. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a group of Shopping zebras called?News, 4005 IDEA! 7. LITERATURE: Which 19th-cenSouth Western, 275-6373. tury novelist’s last work was titled “The Mystery of Edwin Drood”? 8. AD SLOGANS: Which brand of pet food uses the slogan, “Tastes so good cats ask for it by name”? 9. U.S. STATES: Which state’s residents might be called “Nutmeggers”? 10. GEOGRAPHY: Which four countries are included in the United Kingdom? Answers 1.1.THEATER: Which city was the Berlin, Germany 2. The set you free setting fortruth the shall musical “Cabaret”? Dino 2.3.LANGUAGE: What does the Lat4. When“veritas the sunvos is directly overhead in phrase liberabit” mean? and objects cast no shadow 3. TELEVISION: What was the name 5. Eight of the pet “dog” on “The Flintstones”? A dazzle or zeal What is a zenith 4.6.ASTRONOMY: 7. Charles Dickens in terms of our solar system’s sun? Meow Mix How many days were 5.8.HISTORY: 9. Connecticut in an ancient Roman week? 10. England, Wales, Scotland and 6. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What is a Northern Ireland

DVD, Blu-ray Sales

February 15, 2021

ACTIVE GENERATIONS LUNCH MENU Feb. 17: Tuna Noodle Casserole, Italian Vegetables, Peaches. Feb. 18: Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, Winter Mix Vegetables, Breadstick, Grapes. Feb. 19: Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes & Gravy, Green Beans, Raspberry Sherbet. Feb. 22: Meatballs & Gravy over Mashed Potatoes, Squash, Applesauce. Feb. 23: Polish Sausage, Creamed Potatoes, Green Beans, Mandarin Oranges.

Bridge is not what you’d call a guessing game. When you have a problem, there is usually a way to figure out the right answer. There are very few guessing situations in bridge where there isn’t at least a smidgen of a clue to steer you in the right direction. Take this case where South is in four spades and West leads the K-A of diamonds. Declarer ruffs and notes that he will almost certainly lose two

clubs, so that to make the contract he must avoid losing a trump trick. This doesn’t look like much of a chore, since the trumps are likely to be divided 2-1, but if South is by nature a cautious soul, he makes allowance for the possibility of a 3-0 trump division. This matter cannot be ignored, since if the spades are actually divided 3-0, the trump loser can still be avoided by initiating the suit correctly. Thus, if West has the Q-6-5, the lead of the king exposes the situation and wipes out West’s potential trump trick, while if East has the Q-6-5, starting the trumps by cashing the ace first similarly overcomes the potential trump loser. How does declarer resolve the question of whether to play the king or ace first? Obviously, he doesn’t just mentally toss a coin; he starts by looking for clues instead. There is a strong indication that West is unlikely to have a spade void. With the A-K of diamonds and one or two of the other missing honor cards, plus a void in spades as well, he might have overcalled or doubled for takeout at his first turn to bid. Declarer therefore plays the king of spades at trick three and is rewarded for his caution when East shows out, rendering West’s queen worthless.

Sonja Flemming/CBS

Tanner Novlan stars as “Finn” on “The Bold and The Beautiful.” Britt enlisted Jason’s help. Nikolas promised to keep Ava safe. Franco tried to make light of a bad situation. Jordan was grateful for her time with TJ. Cameron looked to Trina for support. Michael’s date was interrupted. Jax felt conflicted. Maxie offered Nina her support. Britt made a plea to Obrecht. Anna reached out to Peter. Maxie passionately defended Peter to Britt. Alexis tried to make amends with Olivia. Carly wondered what Nina would do next. Obrecht barely avoided a confrontation. Portia pleaded with Jordan to keep Taggert out of jail. Wait to See: Jackie and Martin make strides in tracking down Florence. Laura gives Nikolas advice regarding his relationship with Spencer. Ava stands her ground. THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS Victoria crashed Billy and Lily’s fun. Elena spent the day making amends. Sharon made a shocking discovery. Kyle was haunted by a secret. Devon’s loyalty was tested. Victor plotted his next move. Sally dug into Jack’s past. Summer received an eerie warning. Victor did damage control. Rey demanded the truth from Sharon. Chelsea’s world was turned upside down. Wait to See: Nick takes matters into his own hands. Amanda has a chilly meeting with Naya. Abby is faced with a tough decision about her future. © 2021 King Features Syndicate, Inc.

EMBARGOED — DO NOT RELEASE BEFORE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2021

“Shades of Love” is an exploration of love through music by composers from around the world. It includes the music of Italian composer Giovanni Sollima, Taiwanese composer BEN, Chia-Fu YU, Dutch composer Chiel Meijering, and Danish composer Rune tonsgaard Sorensen. Fun fact: You might also hear some short love stories from Taiwan, which is a small island country in the pacific ocean! Link to watch the show on YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCO436mPGQasZGvWBGTikI1A NOTE: You do NOT need a YouTube account to comment and interact with our performers directly during the concert premier on YouTube. Free-will donation link: www.sfcmcollective.com/support-us COVID-19 has brought a lot of stress to people, so Sioux Falls Chamber Music Collective does not want to charge tickets for this show because music is what a lot of people need at the moment. However, if you have the ability to donate a normal ticket price or any amount, they thank you in advance for your support of good music and art. Artists involved: Alex Ramirez from USA Media TV sound/video producer of the show; Dr. Elizabeth York (violin), associate concertmaster of SDSO; Anne Ainomäe (viola), violist at Minnesota Orchestra and St. Paul Chamber Orchestra; Robbie Erhard (cello), cello principal at SDSO; Dr. Yi-Chun Lin (violin), viola principal at SDSO; Derek Somnis, light and tech engineer of the show Special thanks to: 1) Dr. Peter Folliard and Augustana University for their support of this project and providing the beautiful Hamre Recital Hall for the online concert! 2) Artist Laura Engebretson for the design of this beautiful poster! Sioux Falls Chamber Music Collective is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting exceptional quality professional musicians and artists to collaborate on projects that are educational, diverse, creative, and inclusive of a variety of cultural and musical influences. Its mission is to make music and art more accessible at all corners of the community, bridge art forms for more creative possibilities, and break the barrier between performers and audiences.

February 15, 2021

DETECTIVE WORK WORKS WELL

King Features Weekly Service

Weekly FEATURES


Page 14 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

THE KITCHEN DIVA

Casseroles are one-dish wonders

by

Angela Shelf Medearis Photo courtesy of Phil Curry

I was looking for a baking pan in the back of a cupboard and inadvertently discovered I have quite a collection of casserole dishes. I started thinking about all the casserole recipes I've collected over the years. When I was a newlywed and novice cook almost 46 years ago, preparing a casserole was my "go-to" dinner recipe. I decided to do some research on the origin of the casserole, and I discovered a photo of an ancient casserole dish in a museum in Athens, Greece. Casseroles, both the dish and various recipes, have had a long and interesting culinary history. There's some debate about the origin of the term "casserole" but most culinary historians think it's from the French word for "saucepan." Casseroles come in a variety of styles, but what they all have in common is that they are typically a large, deep dish used both in the oven and as a serving vessel. The word casserole also is used for the food cooked and served in the dish. The Oxford Encyclopedia of Food and Drink in America provides detailed information about casseroles: "Casserole cookery has been around since prehistoric times, when it was discovered that cooking food slowly in a tightly covered clay vessel softened fibrous meats and blended succulent juices. With the addition or subtractions of leftovers or inexpensive cuts of meat, the casserole is flexible and economical in terms of both ingredients and effort. The classic casserole, a French dish, was originally made with a mound of cooked rice. Fannie Meritt Farmer's Boston Cooking School Cook Book (1896) had one casserole recipe, for Casserole of Rice and Meat, to be steamed for 45 minutes and served with tomato sauce. "In the 20th century, casseroles took on a distinctive American identity. During the depression of the 1890s, the economic casserole provided a welcome way to stretch meat, fish and poultry. Certain items also were scarce during World War I, and leftovers were turned into casserole meals. The same was true during the Great Depression of the 1930s." The casseroles we know today became popular in the 1930s during the Great Depression. Typically, casseroles are composed of a meat, starch, creamy sauce (after 1934, it was usually a creamed soup from a can) and a vegetable. Casseroles are an economical, one-pot meal, and can be prepared in advance for breakfast, lunch or dinner. During the 1950s-'70s, casseroles became an easy way for a busy cook, and a modern workforce composed of

women, to prepare the family meal ahead of time. Today, casseroles have been updated to include a variety of ingredients from lobster and tofu to made-from-scratch sauces and locally grown vegetables. The shape, size and construction materials of casserole dishes have also changed over its centuries-old history. However, the purpose of the casserole is still the same, to bring a familiar container of comfort food to the ones we love. Bring a little comfort to your family and friends with this Sausage and Gumbo Casserole With Garlic Toast Topping, and enjoy a little history with each bite! SAUSAGE AND GUMBO CASSEROLE WITH GARLIC TOAST TOPPING 1 pound smoked sausage, cut into 1/4-inchthick slices 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 1 medium-size green bell pepper, chopped 1 small onion, chopped 1/4 cup instant roux mix, like Tony Chachere's Creole Instant Roux Mix 1 (10-ounce) can diced tomatoes and green chiles, like Rotel's 1 (32-ounce) container chicken broth 1 (16-ounce) package frozen okra 1 cup quick-cooking rice, uncooked 1/2 teaspoon Cajun seasoning 1/2 teaspoon dried thyme 3 tablespoons butter, melted 2 garlic cloves, minced 1 (12-ounce) French baguette, cut into 1/2-inchthick slices Fresh parsley, finely chopped for garnish 1. Heat the oil in a Dutch oven over high heat, 1-2 minutes. Add the sausage, green bell pepper and onion. Saute the sausage mixture for 8 minutes or until browned; stir in roux mix. Cook, stirring constantly, 2 minutes. 2. Stir in tomatoes, chicken broth, okra, rice, Cajun seasoning and thyme. Bring mixture to a boil. Remove from heat. Pour into a 13- by 9-inch baking dish. 3. Stir together butter and garlic; brush on one side of bread slices. Top sausage mixture evenly with bread slices, buttered side up. 4. Bake, covered, at 425 F for 10 minutes. Then, uncover casserole dish and bake 10 minutes. Let stand 10 minutes before serving. Sprinkle with parsley, if desired. Makes 8 to 10 servings. *** 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. (c) 2021 King Features Synd., Inc., and Angela Shelf Medearis

How to Teach Children About Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Children develop their identities right alongside their abilities to crawl, walk, talk and recognize letters. There's also a common misconception that children are "colorblind." However, studies have found children can show signs of racial bias at an early age, with psychologists from Northwestern University finding children as young as 4 may be picking up on cues of intolerance from adults around them. Children may not understand prejudice or racial bias, but from their earliest days, they absorb and mimic attitudes that are held by the adults in their lives. "For children, differences are a way of learning about themselves and others, a way of building their sense of self and a place in their family and community," said Dr. Elanna Yalow, KinderCare Education's chief academic officer. "Children will naturally look to their parents and caregivers for explanations about the diversity they see in their world and what those differences can or should mean. That's why it's so important to help even the youngest children learn how to embrace diversity in a way that's respectful and celebrates different cultures, backgrounds and experiences."

The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

TO YOUR GOOD HEALTH

Animals, not men suffer irritable male syndrome DEAR DR. ROACH: Is there such a thing as irritable male syndrome, similar to PMS in women? If it is real, does it cycle yearly or monthly? My husband is negative and blames others for things at some times more than others. Also, is there a cure or ways to manage it? -- Anon. ANSWER: The term "irritable male syndrome" was coined in 2002 in a review of animal behavior, among male animals with a strictly seasonal breeding pattern. After mating season in these animals, testosterone levels drop markedly, and the animals exhibited symptoms of nervousness and irrationality. In humans, low testosterone has a set of common symptoms, including low libido and low overall energy. Loss of body hair and decreased muscle mass happen after prolonged time without testosterone. Psychiatric symptoms, such as depressed mood and anxiety, are less strongly tied to low testosterone levels. Most experts do not believe that the findings in animals are analogous to what healthy men experience. While it is possible that your husband has low testosterone, and that this level may be causing a degree of irritability, it is much more likely

with

Keith Roach, M.D. that his behavior has a different underlying cause than loss of testosterone. By contrast, premenstrual syndrome, where there are dramatic shifts in hormones, is clearly associated with mood swings, irritability, anxiety and depression. As the hormone changes are cyclical, so the symptoms are cyclical as well. No such cycles exist in men for testosterone. I have certainly known many irritable males, however, and anybody can be more irritable one day compared with another. I would note that, especially in men, irritability and being easily angered can be a sign of depression, among many other possibilities. ***** DEAR DR. ROACH: I’m 85 and had been taking my blood pressure medicine in the morning for probably 25 years. I take metoprolol, losartan and a water

pill. Lately I’ve been reading that I should take this medicine at night, so that we will be better protected against heart attacks and strokes when we wake up in the morning, when most of them occur. Since I started taking my medicine at night, my readings have been wonderful — for example, 117/70 at the doc’s office! To my surprise, my heart doctor told me to return to taking my meds in the morning because she doesn’t agree with the new suggestions. What is your opinion? — Anon. ANSWER: A study from Spain in 2019 showed a surprisingly large benefit to taking blood pressure medications at night. People who did had a lower risk of heart attack and stroke. The difference was so large that some experts have difficulty believing how important the time of day was. While waiting for confirmation, however, I have told my patients to take all blood pressure medication at night; however, some people find taking a diuretic (“water pill”) at nighttime problematic. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. cornell.edu. (c) 2021 North America Synd., Inc. All Rights Reserved

THIS WEEK IN HISTORY * On Feb. 20, 1792, President George Washington signs legislation renewing the United States Post Office as a cabinet department led by the postmaster general, guaranteeing inexpensive delivery of all newspapers, stipulating the right to privacy and granting Congress the ability to expand postal service to new areas. * On Feb. 21, 1885, the Washington Monument, built in honor of America's revolutionary hero and first president, is dedicated in Washington, D.C. Three years later it was opened to the public, who could climb to the top of the monument by stairs or elevator. By District of Columbia law, it remains the tallest building in the nation's capital. * On Feb. 18, 1929, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announces the winners of the first Academy Awards, which were printed on the back page of the academy's newsletter. A few days later, Variety published the information -- on page seven. * On Feb. 19, 1945, the U.S. Marines' inva-

sion of Iwo Jima is launched. When the American flag was finally raised atop Mount Suribachi, the image was captured in a famous photograph that later won the Pulitzer Prize. * On Feb. 15, 1965, in accordance with a formal proclamation by Queen Elizabeth II of England, a new Canadian national flag is raised in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. The search for a new national flag began in 1925. * On Feb. 17, 1972, the 15,007,034th Volkswagen Beetle rolls off the assembly line, breaking a four-decade record held by the Ford Motor Company's iconic Model T. The VW Beetle dates back to 1930s Germany. * On Feb. 16, 1984, Bill Johnson becomes the first American man to win an Olympic gold medal in downhill skiing, a sport long dominated by European athletes. Johnson quickly became a national hero, but never again competed in the Olympics. (c) 2021 Hearst Communications, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Understanding and addressing issues of diversity, equity and inclusion can be challenging, which is why some parents may shy away from having these conversations with their children. Yalow offers these tips to help parents lay the foundation for honest and developmentally appropriate discussions. Start by acknowledging differences. To ignore differences among people is to ignore a part of the person. When children ask, "Why does...?" questions, rather than shy away or tell them, "We don't ask those questions," embrace the moment and answer in simple, direct language. For example, explaining that melanin creates different skin tones or people may use wheelchairs because their legs work differently, and they need help moving around. By answering their questions, children can learn differences aren't bad or embarrassing - they're what make each person unique and special. Reflect the diversity of the world within your own home. Books are an easy way to help children learn about diversity because stories are natural conversation starters. Look for books with diverse main characters who have different races, ethnicities, backgrounds and abilities, and reflect a number of family structures. As you read together, talk about the differences and similarities between the characters and your children using simple, clear language. It's important to ensure your children see themselves in the toys, books and media around them. Children feel welcome and important when their identity and their families' identities are represented in their world. Build empathy. Go beyond the common refrain, "put yourself in someone else's shoes," and ask your children why it is important to understand other people's perspectives. Help your children think of times they learned something about someone else and how that knowledge helped them be better friends or family members. Empathy can help children comprehend the lasting, harmful impact inequality and exclusion can have and show them why it's important for them to understand, respect and appreciate differences. "Learning about and celebrating diversity, equity and inclusion are lifelong commitments," Yalow said. "Children have the benefit of approaching these topics with a fresh perspective and a strong sense of what's fair and unfair - skills that will help them build a better future for everyone." To learn more about talking with your children about differences, visit kindercare.com/dei.

Source: KinderCare

Article Courtesy of Family Features


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021 • Page 15

Today’s FAMILY

TWO MINUTES WITH THE BIBLE Show the Lord's death After our Bible conference last fall in Alcester, England, my son Jesse and I did some sightseeing in London. As we waited for one of London’s legendary double decker tour buses to pick us up, I noticed that the Ritz Hotel across the street had some pockmarks on the exterior of their otherwise beautiful building. These marks didn’t look like the kind of deterioration that all buildings suffer from age. They looked more like the kind of damage that is inflicted when something impacts the building. That got me to wondering if those marks might be injuries sustained during the Blitz of London in World War II. Sure enough, our tour bus driver later pointed out similar pockmarks on St. Paul’s Cathedral, and confirmed that they were indeed the result of shrapnel from the countless bombs that rocked the city during Hitler’s horrendous eight-month onslaught of England’s capital. Our tour guide said nothing further about the marks, but I began to wonder why those damaged areas were never repaired. Surely a hotel as fine as the Ritz could easily have afforded to erase the scars of the Nazi barrage. And I have to assume that at some point the Church of England could have scraped together the money to restore the flagship church of their religion, and put the memory of that horrific bombing behind them. The only conclusion to which I could come is that they don’t want to put it behind them. They don’t want to forget the suffering they had to endure as a city. They don’t want to forget the price they had to pay for the freedom from fascism that they continue to enjoy to this day. And it’s not likely that they will forget. Those pockmarks won’t let them. That got me to thinking of how we’ll never be able to forget the price the Lord paid to save us from our sins. The pockmarks in His blessed face won’t let us. Isaiah describes how His face was brutalized (Isa. 52:14), and He retained those scars after He rose from the dead (cf. John 20:27). We know He continued to bear them even after He ascended into heaven, for in a vision of heaven John describes Him as “a Lamb as it had been slain” (Rev. 5:6). So once the Lord raptures us to heaven, His pockmarked face will “shew the Lord’s death” for all eternity. But “till He come,” our apostle Paul says it is important to “shew the Lord’s death” in the communion service (1 Cor. 11:23-26). If God’s people didn’t tend to forget Him, He wouldn’t have had to keep telling His people in Israel not to (Deut. 6:12; 8:11,14,19). No wonder the Lord tells us to partake of the bread and the cup “in remembrance of Me” (1 Cor. 11:24,25). © 2021 Berean Bible Society

Saint John's Wort

Traditionally, sprigs of this plant were harvested in June to honor St. John the Baptist, then hung near a painting or statue of him in the home to protect it from evil spirits. As a garden plant, it performs best in fertile soils with ample moisture, but can tolerate drier conditions once established. Saint John's Wort has long been used in healing treatments for kidney ailments, insomnia, depression, lung ailments and in wound care. -Brenda Weaver MEDIEVAL WOOD CUT Source: www.thespruce.com © 2021 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved.

FOCUS ON THE FAMILY Blended family faces challenges Q: I'm married for the second time, with a total of four children -- two from my first marriage and two from this one. Unfortunately, my wife clearly favors her own kids over my two older ones, and she's become unfairly critical and overbearing. Is this unusual in blended families? What can I do about it? Jim: Many stepfamilies deal with divided loyalties and conflicts. In some ways it's only natural for a biological parent to feel protective of his or her offspring. But while the problem is common, it's not necessarily easy to resolve. It requires cooperation and deliberate hard work on the part of everyone concerned. In view of the circumstances, I strongly recommend that you and your wife seek professional help ASAP from a trained therapist who is skilled in working with stepfamilies. Your older children have already been impacted by the breakup of your first marriage. The last thing they need is additional stress and pressure on the home front. Perhaps the most important goal to set for therapy will be that of strengthening your marriage. In any family, whether intact or blended, the marital relationship needs to take priority. It's fairly apparent that you and your wife aren't on the same page -- at least where the kids are concerned -- and if you can't find a way to heal this rift, your children are ultimately going to suffer. You need to invest time and energy into getting

with

Jim Daly President

Focus on the Family

your "couple" relationship back on track, while clarifying the complex roles and expectations within your blended family. Start by calling our counseling department for a free consultation; the number is 855-771-HELP (4357). Our counselor will be able to give you some initial feedback and then provide you with a list of licensed marriage and family specialists in your local area for long-term assistance. Q: I have a fairly sarcastic sense of humor -- it's what I grew up with and how I express myself. It's all a joke and I don't mean any harm by it. But my wife says this is going to be damaging to our kids, especially as they move into the teen years. What do you think? Danny Huerta, Vice President, Parenting & Youth: I'd tend to agree with your wife and say, "Be careful." By definition, sarcasm can be funny but also caustic -- i.e., burning and corrosive. As with any caustic

substance, it must be used sparingly and judiciously to avoid destructive results. The risk is especially high when you're dealing with teenagers. Sarcasm can lead to hurt feelings (especially if your child has a sensitive personality), and a teen's world is already filled with sources of potential wounds at school, on the playing field and especially through social media. Home should be a refuge from that kind of treatment -- a safe haven from hurt and a place to be encouraged and built up. Occasional playful sarcasm is OK if you maintain boundaries. Give your children the right to tell you when it bothers them. If they ask you to stop, respect their wishes. And don't be too proud to apologize, even if it seems like no big deal to you. Parenting is just as much about your own growth as it is about your children's. Finally, remember that you reap what you sow. You may call your "style" sarcastic, but when the tables are turned and it comes back at you from your teen, you'll probably call it "disrespectful" behavior. Mutual respect is critical in any relationship, and especially between parents and kids. It goes both ways, but modeling that respect starts with you. And if it's time for selfassessment and change -- your whole family will benefit. For more helpful tips, see FocusOnTheFamily.com/parenting.

*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. © 2021 Focus on the Family, 8605 Explorer Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80920

DAVE SAYS

with Dave

Ramsey

Retirement funding comes before college savings Dear Dave, A friend told me about your Baby Steps program. I have one question, though. I noticed that according to your plan, saving for retirement should come before saving up a college fund for your kids. Why is this? Natalie Dear Natalie, In short, college funding is not a necessity. Being able to set aside money for college is a great thing to do if parents can afford that sort of thing. But you can fund your education in other ways. There are loads of scholarships out there just for getting good grades. You can also work while you’re taking classes. And one of the biggest things when it comes to getting an education is choosing a school or training program you can afford. Trust me, I believe

with

Dave Ramsey

in education. But there are lots of ways to get a college degree, or other career training, without your parents having to foot the bill or taking out student loans. Another reason I advise this approach is because everyone is going to retire someday—unless, unfortunately, they

happen to die before reaching retirement age. Retiring and eating are necessities. College is a luxury. Lots of people succeed in life without going to college, and thousands have worked their way through college. I worked 40-plus hours a week in college, and still graduated in four years. The only good way to retire is by planning for it years ahead of time, and that means saving and investing. Sure, you should try to help your kids with their educations if you can. Even a little bit each month over the course of several years can help a lot. But some parents might not be able to put a dime toward their kids’ educations after high school. That doesn’t make them bad people or bad parents. And it doesn’t mean their kids can’t still go to college, and avoid debt doing it! —Dave

*Dave Ramsey is a seven-time #1 national best-selling author, personal finance expert, and host of The Dave Ramsey Show, heard by more than 16 million listeners each week. He has appeared on Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Today Show, Fox News, CNN, Fox Business, and many more. Since 1992, Dave has helped people regain control of their money, build wealth and enhance their lives. He also serves as CEO for Ramsey Solutions.

20 $ 00 OFF 2

% OFF

F M II LLI Y RRI R SSAAS LLA O HIIA F FA AA MM YL Y H H AA OLNNO N

www.costcutters.com www.costcutters.com

www.costcutters.com

CUT ..................................................... 14.95 (All include Wash) CUT .....................................................$ $14.95 PERM PERM (All include Wash) CUT ..................................................... 14.95 PERM (All include Wash) KID’S CUT $ Short Hair ..................................... 50.95 KID’S CUT $ $ (12 & Under) ............................................ 12.95 Short Hair ..................................... 50.95 KID’S CUT $ $50.95 (12 & Under) ............................................$ $12.95 Medium Short Hair ..................................... Hair ............................... 55.95 WASH $ (12 & Under) ............................................ 12.95 Medium Hair ............................... 55.95 WASH (Shampoo & Conditioner) ......................... $5.00 Long HairHair ............................... $55.95 Medium $ WASH (Shampoo & Conditioner) ......................... 5.00 Long Hair STYLE FINISH $ (Specialty Wraps Extra) ................ $70.95 & Up (Shampoo && Conditioner) STYLE FINISH (Shampoo Conditioner, ......................... 5.00 Long Hair (Specialty Wraps Extra) ................ $70.95 & Up (Shampoo Conditioner, Blow Dry,&FINISH Curling Iron) ............................ $20.00 COLOR ..................................... $49.95 & Up STYLE Wraps Extra) ................ $70.95 & Up& Up $ Blow Dry, Curling Iron) ............................ $20.00 (Specialty COLOR ..................................... 49.95 (Shampoo & Conditioner, $

Blow Dry, Curling Iron) ............................ $20.00 COLOR ..................................... $49.95 & Up

Conveniently located at West Park Plaza (12th & Kiwanis) 335-3264 Monday - Friday 9-8 • Saturday 9-6 • Sunday 12-5

Hair Color

With this coupon

F A M I LY H A I R S A L O N

Not valid with other offers. Good at Sioux Falls Cost Cutters. Expires 2/28/2021

Any Haircut

With this coupon

F A M I LY H A I R S A L O N

Not valid with other offers. Good at Sioux Falls Cost Cutters. Expires 2/28/2021

FREE WEEK PASSES for Koko Fit Club (While supplies last) Passes available at Sioux Falls Shopping News Office 4005 S. Western Avenue


The Entire Paper on the internet 24/7 at www.sfshoppingnews.com

Page 16 • Call 605-339-3633 to place an ad • February 17, 2021

PRICES GOOD FEBRUARY 17-23, 2021

530 S. 2ND AVE., SIOUX FALLS | 332-1891

USDA CHOICE

4

117 N. SPLITROCK BLVD, BRANDON | 582-3512

$ 99

Boneless Beef Top Sirloin Steaks

lb.

Coke Products 6 PK. 16.9 OZ. BTLS.

USDA CHOICE

Boneless Beef Sirloin Tip Roast

GRADE 'A'

Bone-In Chicken Split Breasts

2

$ 99 lb.

1

8

4/$ 88 WHEN YOU BUY 4

OR $2.99 EACH!

$ 49 lb.

General Mills Cereals

USDA INSPECTED

Boneless Center Cut Pork Chops

SUNSHINE'S OWN

1

HONEY NUT CHEERIOS, LUCKY CHARMS, TRIX, COCOA PUFFS, OR MULTI-GRAIN CHEERIOS CEREALS 9-10.8 OZ.

$ 99

Bacon Wrapped Top Sirloin Fillets

5

2/$

lb.

5

Bone-In Ham Steaks

HUNT'S

Ketchup

99 20 OZ.

Condensed Soups SELECT VARIETIES 10.5-11.5 OZ.

Cake Mixes

¢

99

16.5 OZ. VARIETIES

5

¢

4/$

$ 99 lb.

Doritos Chips SELECT VARIETIES 9.25-10.5 OZ.

2/$

COOK'S TRADITIONAL

CAMPBELL'S RED & WHITE BEST CHOICE

2

$ 49 lb.

5

WASHINGTON EXTRA FANCY

Honeycrisp Apples

1

$ 49

lb.

79

Fresh Large Dozen Eggs

All Meat Hot Dogs

SALE PRICE:

FINAL PRICE:

1 - 1 FREE

$ 85 $ 85

KEMP'S PREMIUM Ice

Sherbet

Cream

48 oz. or 54 oz. select varieties

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

2 -50 $ 99 1

SALE PRICE: BEST CHOICE PURE GRANULATED

Sugar

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

$ 49 ¢

BEST CHOICE

3

$ 49

FAMILY PACK

lb.

Olive Oil

select varieties 17 oz.

SALE PRICE:

5 - 1 $ 49 4

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

$ 49 $ 00 USE 4 TIMES

$ 99 $ 00

USE 4 TIMES

BEST CHOICE Burritos big 32 oz. select varieties

SALE PRICE:

3 - 1 $ 49 2 $ 49 $ 00

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

USE 4 TIMES

85% Extra Lean Ground Beef

3 - 1 $ 99 2

SALE PRICE:

LIMIT 1 WITH $10 ADDITIONAL PURCHASE

4 lb. bag

SUNSHINE’S OWN BUTCHER FRESH

¢

DOWNLOAD OUR APP FOR EXTRA SAVINGS!

JOHN MORRELL

5

1

$ 99

DIGITAL DEALS OF THE WEEK DIGITAL COUPON:

5/$

Fresh Roma Tomatoes

Red or Green Seedless Grapes

USE 3 TIMES

BEST CHOICE

Tall Kitchen Bags or Trash Bags select varieties 25-45 ct.

SALE PRICE:

5 - 1 $ 49 4

DIGITAL COUPON: FINAL PRICE:

$ 49 $ 00

USE 3 TIMES

CHECKOUT OUT OUR AD ONLINE AT SUNSHINEFOODSTORES.COM FOR MANY MORE GREAT DEALS!!!

Profile for sfsnmedia

The Sioux Falls Shopping News 2-17-21  

The Sioux Falls Shopping News 2-17-21  

Profile for sfsnmedia