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Yankton Daily Press & Dakotan ■ LIFE ■ Monday, May 18, 2009
COMMUNITY NOTEBOOK BIRTHS MENUS
BLAKE CUNNINGHAM Bev Evenson, all of Scotland. Menus listed below are for the week of
Great-grandparents are Kay May 18-22. Menus are subject to change
The Community Notebook appears each Monday and Thursday. Jim and Pam Cunningham of without notice. All meals are served with milk. Yankton High School Salad Bar
Contributions to this list of upcoming events are welcome and should be Yankton announce the birth of Kurtenback of Mitchell, Elnora YHS Combo Line meals are served with Monday — Salad bar w/ chef toppings
submitted two weeks before the event. Submissions must be typewritten their son, Blake Kelly, who was Zander of Scotland and Alice choice of milk or shake. Tuesday — Salad bar w/ casserole
or legibly printed and include the name and phone number of a contact born May 8, 2009, at 1:16 p.m. He Evenson of Yankton. ——— Wednesday — Breakfast bar w/ top-
person. Send items to P&D Calendar, PO Box 56, Yankton, SD 57078, or weighed 9 pounds and was 20 1/2 Yankton Elementary Schools pings
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. inches long. SYDNEY STAHLECKER Thursday — Salad bar w/ soup
Monday — Chicken nuggets Friday — Salad bar w/ sandwich
Grandparents are Jim and Tuesday — Hot dog
Monday Margaret Cunningham of Sioux Jeff and Sara (Deckert)
Wednesday — Pizza
NAMI Yankton, support group for family members caring for someone City, Iowa, and Harold and Janice Stahlecker of Tea, S.D., announce Thursday — Chicken burger Sacred Heart School
with mental illness, call 668-1732 for more information.
Buettner of Primrose, Neb. the birth of their daughter, Friday — Sack lunch Monday — NBreaded chicken sand-
Yankton Morning Optimist Club, 7:15 a.m., Fryn’ Pan Restaurant. Sydney Beth, who was born April
Adult Day Care Services for the elderly, daily, 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m., Avera wich
Sacred Heart Majestic Bluffs Assisted Living Apartments, 2111 W. 11th St., 29, 2009, at the Sanford USD Yankton Middle School Tuesday — Hamburger
Yankton, 668-8625. ISAAC OLNES Medical Center, Sioux Falls. She Wednesday — Chicken strips
Monday — Nachos w/ toppings
Exercise & Current Events, Pine Lane Estates East (2905 Douglas Ave.), Marvin and Lisa Olnes III of weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces. Tuesday — Breaded chicken Thursday — No school
8:30 a.m. Yankton announce the birth of Grandparents are Earl and Friday — No school
Line Dancing, The Center, 900 Whiting Dr., 9:30-11 a.m. Wednesday — Pizza
Exercise & Current Events, Pine Line Estates West (2903 Douglas Ave.), their son, Isaac LeRoy Olnes, who Joyce Stahlecker of Yankton, and Thursday — Chicken burger
10:15 a.m. was born March 14, 2009, at 11:32 Gary and Muriel Deckert of Friday — Hot dog The Center
Instructed cardio class, The Center, 900 Whiting Dr., 11-11:45 a.m. a.m. He weighed 7 pounds, 15 Doland, S.D. Monday — Beef stew
Alcoholics Anonymous Daily Reprieve Group, noon, 12-24 Club, 1019 ounces, and was 21 inches long. Tuesday —Baked potato w/ sour
West Ninth. Yankton High School ‘A’ Line
Grandparents are Marvin and cream
Interchange Inc., noon, Waterfront Gourmet Grill, 201 Capital.
Pinochle/Whist, The Center, 900 Whiting Dr., 12:45 p.m. Marcia Olnes, Jr. of Yankton and B I R T H D AY S Monday — Stuffed crust pizza dippers
Tuesday — Breaded chicken Wednesday — Lasagna
Bingo, Pine Lane Estates East (2905 Douglas Ave.), 1:30 p.m. Marvin and Evelyn Lange of Wednesday — Nachos w/ toppings Thursday — Swiss steak
Bingo, Pine Line Estates West (2903 Douglas Ave.), 2:45 p.m. Fordyce, Neb. MERLIN JENSEN Thursday — Club sandwich Friday — Grilled hamburger on a bun
Boys Town Common Sense Parenting classes, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Trinity Great-grandparents are Friday — Chicken O’s
Lutheran Church, 403 Broadway. Classes are free and nursery is provided. Merlin Jensen Tabor Senior Citizens Center
Class size is limited, call 665-4811 to register. Marving and Betty Olnes, Sr. of
Albion, Neb. and Helen Kaiser of will celebrate his
Alcoholics Anonymous Daily Reprieve Group, 7 p.m., 12-24 Club, 1019
90th birthday on Yankton High School Combo Line Monday — Beef tips
West Ninth. Tabor. Monday — Chicken fajita Tuesday — Hamburger steak
River City Harmony Sweet Adelines, 7 p.m., First United Methodist May 20, 2009. A Wednesday — BBQ pork
Tuesday — Bacon cheeseburger
Church, 11th and Cedar. For more information, call 661-7162. card shower is Wednesday — Chicken littles Thursday — Biscuits and gravy
Yahweh-Shalom Charismatic prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m., St. Benedict LUKE TRAVNICEK requested. Friday — Fish sandwich
Church. Thursday — Corndog
Narcotics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Vermillion Area Hospice, 25 S. Plum, Dr. John and Victoria Greetings may Friday — Power slice pizza
Vermillion. Travnicek of Chancellor, S.D., be sent to him at
Missouri Valley Model Railroad Club, 221 West 3rd in lower level; busi- announce the birth of their son, 2111 W. 11th,
ness meeting 7-9 p.m. first Monday of month, regular meetings and work- Luke Michael Travnicek, who Yankton, SD Jensen
shops from 7-9 p.m. Mondays the rest of month. Public is always invited.
Yankton Lions Club, first and third Monday, 6 p.m. dinner, 6:30 p.m. busi-
ness meeting, Bonanza Family Restaurant, north Highway 81.
Yankton School Board meeting, regularly meets the third Monday of each
month, 5:30 p.m., RTEC Community Room, 1200 W. 21st St. Check the pub-
lic notices section for any changes in time, day or location.
was born April 20, 2009, at 8:58
a.m. He weighed 8 pounds, 1
ounce, and was 21 inches long.
He joins two siblings: Ellie, 5,
— Births and birthday notices
must be submitted to the P&D by
and Ray, 3. noon Friday for publication in
Social On May 26
Friends Of The Yankton Community Library, 5:30 p.m., third Monday,
Yankton Community Library, 515 Walnut. Grandparents are Ken and Monday’s paper. No exceptions
Yankton American Legion Auxiliary, meets third Monday, 7:30 p.m., VFW Mary Travnicek and Olyn and will be made.
Building, 209 Cedar Street.
Tuesday by open-meetings laws.”
Table tennis/darts, 8:30 a.m., The Center, 900 Whiting Dr.
Cards & Scrabble, Pine Lane Estates East (2905 Douglas Ave.), 9 a.m.
Ladies Billiards, 10 a.m., The Center, 900 Whiting Dr.
Cards & Scrabble, Pine Line Estates West (2903 Douglas Ave.), 10:15 a.m.
SCHOOL An Associated Press review of
the NSAA’s most recent
International Revenue Service
Yankton School District’s
annual Recognition Social will
be held at Minerva’s on
Tuesday, May 26, running from
Jeannine Evans, Melody Fender,
Janiece Gall, Katherine Greene,
Carri Hales, MaryBeth
Herrboldt, Michelle Hoesing,
Weight Watchers, 10:30 a.m., 12:15 p.m., 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Weigh-ins 30 From Page 1 Form 990, which all nonprofits 4:30-6:30 p.m. Rhonda Hofer, Brooke Kenney,
minutes before meeting time. 23rd St. Suites, 904 W. 23rd. Everyone welcome. 1-
800-651-6000. must file annually, showed that A brief program will begin at Jeanne Laffey, Donna
Alcoholics Anonymous Daily Reprieve Group, noon, 12-24 Club, 1019 West the NSAA had more than $3.6 5:30 p.m. Teachers and staff Livingston, Julie Manning, Kim
Ninth. committee, which has the million in revenue and $3.4 mil-
responsibility to make sure pub- members who have served the Olson, Angela Savoy, Lori
Yankton ALANON, noon, 1019 W. 9th St. lion in expenses in 2007. district for 1, 5, 10, 15, 25, 30 Schaeffer and Melanie Vlasman.
Yankton Rotary Club, noon, Hillcrest. lic entities are open and account- Tenopir’s salary was $141,625,
Open cards, 12:45 p.m., The Center, 900 Whiting Dr. able and transparent.” and 40 years as well as retirees • 15 Years: Faydra
Izaak Walton Trap League trap practice, 5 p.m. to dark every Tuesday. For and his seven assistants were will be recognized. In addition Christensen, Robert Evans,
information, call Dave at 660-5402. NSAA executive director Jim paid between $59,417 and
Tenopir acknowledged that the to school staff, friends, family Angela Hejl, Kellie Holmstrom,
Victims of Domestic Violence support group, 5:30-6:30 p.m., Trinity Lutheran $98,871. The NSAA paid a lobby- and patrons are welcome to Leonard Kallis, Ladonna
Church, 403 Broadway. Nursery provided. No charge. For more information, call NSAA has told parents no when ist $25,200 to monitor the goings-
665-4811. they’ve asked for access to asso- attend. Kniffen, Marilyn Kulm, Arlin
Legion of Mary, a lay apostolic organization, 6 p.m., Sacred Heart School on in the Legislature. The following people will be Likness, Deborah Merkwan,
teacher’s lounge. 665-5786. ciation records. He said the The association, headquar-
NSAA readily provides informa- recognized for their years of Tami Olson, Robin Taylor and
Boys Town Common Sense Parenting classes, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Trinity tered in a spacious $4.2 million service. Kristi Zimmerman.
Lutheran Church, 403 Broadway. Classes are free and nursery is provided. Class tion to member schools upon Lincoln building it leases from
size is limited, call 665-4811 to register. request. He said he typically • 1 Year: Martha Ausborn, • 20 Years: Barbara Bruder,
Gamblers Anonymous, 7 p.m., United Church of Christ (Congregational), 5th the city, generates most of its Jean Barkley, Stephanie Adeline Creviston, Suzanne
and Walnut, Yankton. Please use west entrance. For more information, call Vickie directs parents to go through revenue through admissions to
their school to make a request. Bernatow, Jason Bietz, Peggy Dumke, Douglas Haar, Mary
at (605) 463-2502 or Gary at (605) 665-9273. district and state-level competi- Black, Dana Bos, Amy Bruening, Hibbs, Yvonne Huennekens,
NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) Peer to Peer Support Group, every “We’re not a parents’ associa- tions.
Tuesday evening 7p.m., 1012 Walnut St., Yellow House, Yankton, free. tion. We’re an association of Elizabeth Dooley, Brenda Teresa Janssen, Jerome
Bingo, 7-9 p.m., The Center, 900 Whiting Dr. The NSAA also receives from Dowling, Paul Eichfeld, Lilah Klimisch, Renee Kramer, JoAnn
Billiards/Snooker, 7-9 p.m., The Center, 900 Whiting Dr. schools,” he said. each school $40 in annual dues
Tenopir disputes that the Gillis, Meganne Hovden, Moses, Dawn Mueller, Robert
Alcoholics Anonymous STEP Meeting, 7 p.m., 12-24 Club, 1019 West Ninth. and an additional $45 for each Matthew Jacobsen, ReNae Muth, Dwain Swenson, Suzanne
Alcoholics Anonymous Alano Group, 8:30 p.m., 12-24 Club, 1019 West Ninth. NSAA uses tax dollars, even if activity or sport that is governed
Kiwanis Club, 12:00 p.m., Fryn’ Pan Restaurant. (Board meeting first Monday member schools use tax money Jackson, Jacqueline Jerke, Tessier and Cheryl Winter.
each month.) by the NSAA and offered by the Jennifer Kapla, Maria • 25 Years: Renae Bouza,
Yankton Community Forum, 9 a.m., Hillcrest Country Club, 2206 Mulberry. to pay dues and fees. school.
“As soon as that leaves the Kirkendall, Kristi Kokesh, Jack Robin Brooks, Jane Brown,
Board meeting first Tuesday. Many other states’ high Kyriss, Sara Marlow, Lindsay Sandi Kramer and Kathryn
County Commission, regularly meets the first and third Tuesday, 5 p.m., school, that is not tax money,” school athletic and activities
Yankton Government Center. Check the public notices section for any changes in Tenopir said. “We don’t have an Neiles, Ana Olson, Lisa Schanche.
time, day or location. associations are run in similar Papstein, Cassandra Pietz, • 30 Years: Mary Ellen
Yankton Area Banquet, 6 p.m., first and third Tuesdays, United Church of ability to set a levy. So if we have fashion, as nonprofits with little
a shortfall, we’re in trouble.” Norma Pokorny, Heidi Sandal, Hornstra, Sandra Pierce, Sally
Christ (Congregational), Fifth and Walnut, Yankton. or no oversight by state depart- Daniel Steffen, James Toyne, Stanage and Linda Storgaard.
Fiddlers, 6 p.m., first and third Tuesdays, The Center, 900 Whiting Dr.Evening Tenopir gave an example of a ments of education or other
M.O.P.S. (Mothers of Preschoolers), 6:15-8 p.m., third Tuesday (during school school administrator using tax Susan Trapp, Darrell Vitek, • 35 Years: Marlene
year), 1700 Burleigh. Contact Cathy for more information at (605) 661-6979. agencies. Jayna Wagner, Susan Wendle, Johnson, Darrel Mogck,
Crohn’s-Colitis Support group will meet at 6:45 p.m. third Tuesdays in money to buy a screwdriver at a Avery said he plans to hold
hardware store. Lydia Wentworth, Jessica Wiese Kenneth Schaefer and Terry
Conference Room 3 of the Avera Professional Office and Pavilion and Education public hearings on the NSAA and Larry Wynia. Winter.
Center. “Are those tax funds the hard- across the state this summer
Lewis and Clark Optimist Club, 6 p.m., third Tuesdays, Fryn’ Pan. For more ware store is accepting and, if • 5 Years: Cynthia Bohnet, • 40 Years: Daniel Miller.
information call 664-1531. and have staff research the his- Jacqueline Ellis, Barry Hollman, • Retirees: Jane Bobzin,
Yankton County Right to Life, 7:30 p.m., third Tuesday, Yankton County so, should they open their books tory of the NSAA and whether
to the public?” Tenopir said. Patricia Kortan, Jolene Mary Ellen Hornsta, Craig
Extension Service Office, 901 Whiting Drive. the association has ever Mondragon, Vernon Morgan Johnson, Nora Lee, Kenneth
Helping Adults With Disabilities Participate in Yankton, 5:30 p.m., third “When the school buys text- received public money.
Tuesday, Chamber of Commerce, Yankton. books, you don’t expect the text- and Stacy Ryken. Schaefer, Dwain Swenson and
Lewis and Clark Water Gardeners, 7 p.m., third Tuesday (May-September). “They,” he said, “aren’t going • 10 Years: Victoria Barron, Terry Winter.
For the location call Connie Thiesse at 665-5830. book company to have to abide to be able to deny us information.” Rhonda Bartekoske, Kris Binde,
Sons of Norway, 6:30 p.m., third Tuesday, Christ the King Lutheran Church.
Visually Impaired Peer Support Group (VIPS), 1 p.m., third Tuesday, Sunrise
Apartment Dining Room, 2015 Green St. Elaine Wiese, 665-3853 or Prairie
Freedom Center for Independent Living, 668-2940.
Cross Disabilities Peer Support Group, 3 p.m., third Tuesday, Canyon Ridge
Apartments, 1700 Locust, Yankton. Call 668-2940.
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