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Pennington County Courant, March 29, 2012

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Number 13 Volume 107 March 29, 2012
Toastmasters International a valuable tool in speaking and leadership skills
Getting up and speaking if front of a crowd can bring on stage freight, anxiety and pure terror to anyone. If you experience these emotions and want to overcome them how about joining Toastmasters International. Toastmasters is a world leader in communication and leadership development. Their membership is 270,000 strong. Its members improve their speaking and leadership skills by attending one of the 13,000 clubs in 116 countries that makeup their global network of meeting locations according to www.toastmasters.org. Their website also goes on to say, “Toastmasters has developed a meeting which is a learn-by-doing workshop in which participants hone their speaking and leadership skills in a no-pressure atmosphere. A typical group has 20 - 40 members who meet weekly, biweekly or monthly. A meeting lasts from 60 - 90 minutes. There is no instructor in a Toastmasters meeting. Instead, members evaluate one another’s presentations. This feedback process is a key part of the program’s success. Meeting participants also give impromptu talks on assigned topics, conducts meetings and develop skills related to timekeeping, grammar and parliamentary procedure. Members learn communication skills by working in the Competent Communication manual, a series of 10 self-paced speaking assignments designed to instill a basic foundation in public speaking. Members also learn leadership skills by taking on various meeting roles and working the Competent Leadership manual. In our learnby-doing approach, members aren’t lectured about leadership skill, they are given responsibilities and mentoring to help. They are then asked to take the lead.” If anyone is interested in joining Toastmasters and improving their speaking and leadership skills please e-mail Jill Reinert at reinert4@gwtc.net.
The John Covell story
Wall Ambulance District proposal is made affordable to residents of Eastern Pennington County
wanted to know if the budget included the cost of training an EMT. Dick Johnson responded to Lytle’s question by saying that the student pays for the book and after passing the test and serving successfully as a EMT for six months they are paid back for the book. Johnson said, “It takes a lot of hours to do the class.” Lytle then wanted to know what would happen if the district was formed and there were no volunteers to cover a shift? Gravatt said, “Stan Anderson asked the same question.” Gravatt is hopeful and very optimistic that this plan will work and asked members of the audience to become volunteers for the ambulance service. Gary Williams would like to see full time Level 2 EMTs or Paramedics on staff so we aren’t meeting another ambulance on the road. A paramedic who is on staff for the Wall Ambulance stated, “the majority of medical calls can be performed by an EMT. It’s a big expense to have paramedics on staff for 185 calls per year when a EMT can handle the call. Martha Whitcher asked what other options do townships have if their geographic location isn’t conclusive to the ambulance service. Gravatt said that township would need to change its 911 service. They would also need to meet with Rapid City, Wall and New Underwood to have them taken out of that area for whatever reason. Gravatt would then have to go back to the equalization board and have the mill levy redone. Either way that township will still receive service from Wall. Byron Denke wanted to make sure that the resolution states only ag buildings and not ag land. Gravatt said, the resolution states designated property which is the key word, but will make sure that the ag buildings are separated from the ag land. Denke also wanted to know who is responsible for the insurance of the new district. Gravatt replied the insurance will be paid for by the funds from the ambulance district. Jem Kjerstad asked a key question, “How will the district be governed.” Gravatt explained once the district is formed the city attorney Jim Nelson will develop a set of bylaws for a non-profit organization. A first annual meeting will be created and nominations for a minimum of five directors will be held along with an election. The board will then meet once or twice a month to prepare a non-profit budget which will be sent to the county auditor for the tax roll. Kjerstad said, “This is a fair and equitable plan for the community and is in favor of the new ambulance district.” Bill Leonard wanted to know how many people have used the ambulance and said, “Without it and Mrs. Wilson he probably would not be here.” Leonard stated, “Either we support it or we loose it.” Ballot sheets were then handed out and the community was thanked once again for attending the meeting. The ballots were tallied with 48 in favor and six opposing the ambulance district.
Cancer survivor John Covell pictured with son Chaos and wife Lorinda. ~Courtesy Photo
Testicular Cancer (TC) Awareness Week is the first week in April. John Covell felt this was an appropriate time to share the story of his battle with this cancer with the intent to inform young men of the symptoms and the need for early diagnosis in the hope that lives may be saved. John Covell and Lorinda Simon chose their wedding date to be 07/07/2007; what better wedding date could bring good luck to a marriage? One of John’s best friends even wrote a poem for them titled “Jackpot Wedding” about how their wedding was a jackpot, not won by luck, but by love, sacrifice and dedication. But just nine months later good luck was not in their lives as John, at the age of 22, was diagnosed with advanced testicular cancer already in stage III; it had spread to his lungs, liver, and lymph nodes. John’s immediate treatment was surgery to remove the testicle. When it was discovered how rare and serious this particular case was, the decision was made to get the rest of his treatment at Indiana University Hospital, a world renowned testicular cancer hospital. Due to the extent of the growth and aggressiveness of his type of cancer, he had no time to waste. Less than two weeks after John was diagnosed he was coughing up blood and about to start chemotherapy. The leading oncologist at IU gave John a 50 percent chance of surviving. This information, though it was somber, did not dishearten John. With his wife and family supporting him, he was ready to do battle. John spent the next three months receiving chemo treatment at the Indiana University Hospital. Upon completion of this treatment it appeared the cancer was in remission. John returned to work and continued to have frequent checkups. Less than six months after completing treatment, a blood test revealed the cancer was back. John immediately returned to Indiana to undergo high dose chemotherapy along with a stem cell transplant. He spent about six weeks in Indiana and was able to return to work a few weeks after the transplant. This was in April 2009. John has been cancer-free since with an excellent prognosis. But John’s story does not end here. Like all cancers, it is imperative that it is caught in the early stages. TC caught in the early stages has a cure rate of over 95 percent. Even in its advanced stages, the cure rate for TC is over 85 percent. Despite the high cure rate, too many young men are still dying of this disease. Over 400 men die in our country each year of testicular cancer. And why is that? It is because young men do not realize they are the ones this disease strikes, (primarily those between the ages of 15-35) and they do not know the symptoms; therefore they do not get to the doctor when they should. Since John’s recovery from cancer he has made it a goal to help spread the word about testicular cancer. He serves as a moderator for the TC-Cancer.com forum where he counsels other young men and their families. He has also had articles published in newspapers, magazines, and been on KELO-Land News to make young men aware of the disease and its symptoms. Two men from western SD contacted John to let him know one of his articles prompted them to get to the doctor; both of them were diagnosed with testicular cancer, treated, and are currently cancer-free. This is just what John hoped would happen; that publicizing his story would help save lives. John is continuing to spread the word by offering to make presentations to young men in South Dakota high schools. He created a power point to present to young men which informs them of the symptoms of testicular cancer and the importance of early diagnosis. He also shares his personal story of battling this disease, with the main point being that had he not ignored the symptoms and saw a urologist earlier, his story might have been a lot less eventful. He recently gave his first presentation to the freshman class at Yankton High School. He is currently making arrangements to give his presentation at New Underwood and Wall. His goal is to give his presentation to all the high schools throughout South Dakota. In his presentation John emphasizes the various symptoms of testicular cancer (a lump or enlargement in the testicle, a feeling of heaviness in the scrotum, a dull ache in the abdomen or groin, a sudden collection of fluid in the scrotum, pain or discomfort in the testicle or scrotum, enlargement or tenderness of the breasts, and in later stages a severe backache). If a young man has any of these symptoms he should see a urologist immediately. Chances are he will not have cancer, but if he does, he needs to be diagnosed and start treatment immediately for the best chance of survival. It is better to be safe than sorry. John also stresses the importance of men doing self exams every month to detect lumps. He hopes that some day there will be as much public awareness on the topic of testicular cancer as there currently is on breast cancer. John and his wife Lorinda currently live in Yankton where John is an electronics technician at Vishay and Lorinda is completing her third year in medical school. They welcomed their son Chaos into the world on September 2, 2011. They have come a long way since their wedding day on 07/07/2007. Some might say that date ultimately brought them good luck, but John would say it had more to do with that love, sacrifice and dedication that was mentioned. After two years of being cancerfree he had this to say about the experience: “Without Lorinda I probably wouldn’t have made it this far. I owe a lot to her; she has done more than anyone can ask, from bathing me to holding the puke bucket. She has been my rock.”
Wall Ambulance District meeting. Members from the surrounding communities of Wall and within Wall attended the second ambulance district meeting held at the Wall Community Center on Thursday, March 22. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
by Laurie Hindman Community members from the surrounding area of Wall attended a Wall Ambulance District meeting held on Thursday, March 22 at the Wall Community Center. Pete Dunker opened the meeting and thanked everyone for attending. He then turned over the floor to Larry Gravatt. Gravatt explained without “Funding for a Pulse” the Wall Ambulance would die. He informed the community that he had found an alternate way to fund the district, which would make the Wall Ambulance District affordable to everyone. Gravatt went on to say, “You cannot put a price on the health and welfare of our community and families. An ambulance can be a few minutes away or up to hours away.” The Wall Ambulance is critical to this area and Gravatt proposed to hire more help by coming in with a reliable source of funding to maintain an extremely important source, which is the Wall Ambulance Service. Gravatt went on to say that the Rural residents ag land was taken out of the district assessment and only the Non-ag buildings would be assessed. He is aware that this isn’t fair to the commercial business owners but said, “hopefully we can make this as affordable as possible.” Gravatt added the Wall residents rely on the Wall Ambulance Service a lot and to think of the district as an affordable insurance policy. The district has support from the Wall City Council who have passed a resolution to either give six percent of the sales tax or $50,000. Wasta has also passed a resolution in support and Quinn is reviewing the plan. As of now there are only six local volunteer EMTs who average 12 years of service. This low number is due to the additional regulations that are required to become a new EMT. If there was 100 percent local volunteers the cost of savings per year would be $30,000 and with 60 percent local volunteers the ambulance district could save $14,400 a year. Gravatt recounted that the new assessment for ag land is now $53,500,000. A maximum of .60 mill levy for an operating budget would bring in $39,300 and .50 mill levy for a capital outlay budget would raise $32,750 and according to state law a mill levy can not go over 1.10. The district would have to have fundraisers and bring in donations to help the budget. The new budget that Gravatt has drawn up shows $171,000 for labor costs and a projected revenue based on 75 percent collection rate would bring in $104,000.00, with the city kicking in $50,000, donations of $25,000 and the assessed value being $36,000 the new revenue would be $215,000 and if you times $65,494,000 by .25 for the capital outlay budget the total figure would come in at $231,373. Gravatt understands that there is variations and work that would have to be done to the budget but using three different values for residences and the amount of ambulance calls in-town, out-of-town and I-90 would make the new budget fair to all. The community also has to stepup with donations and the need for EMTs from the local area would be a big economical support for the district. Gravatt noted that this was the second public hearing and would like to see the resolution that is to be taken before the Pennington County Commissioners pass without the issue having to come to a vote. As Gravatt said, “This will be the best opportunity that we have to control our own destiny. This plan is workable, affordable and we need to support it.” Dunker then made a comment to the audience, “The city council decided after their last meeting to lease the ambulances and garage to the district for a proposed amount of one dollar. The council felt it was important for them to maintain the titles of the ambulances.” Charles Kruse asked Gravatt once the district is formed can the mill levy be changed to include ag land. Gravatt replied he had talked to the county auditor and once the resolution is signed by the county commissioners it will stay that way. Kruse said, “At the Castle Butte Township meeting the consensus was not in favor of the ambulance district, but this was before they knew that ag land wasn’t going to be taxed. Their feeling may change since they didn’t have all the facts.” Angela Lytle asked about the amount of labor force and volunteers that it takes to run the ambulance and the additional regulations to become a EMT. Gravatt explained that EMTs are now required to have 170 hours of training and another 20 hours every year in continuing education. John Kitterman added that a EMT has to recertify every two years. Lytle
Equalization board hears from local residences on overly excessive taxes
by Laurie Hindman The Local Board of Equalization met on Monday, March 19 at the Wall Community Center meeting room. Mayor Dave Hahn called the meeting to order with board members: Bill Leonard, Pete Dunker, Rick Hustead, Jerry Morgan and Mike Anderson present. Finance Officer Carolynn Anderson was also present. There were 21 appellants who appeared before the board. Many property owners have seen a tax increase of 10-13 percent on their assessed structure value from last year. The board agreed in all fairness to property owners in the Kelly and Shearer addition to lower their taxes to nine percent. Homeowners within the City of Wall also came before the board and asked for explanations of why their taxes have raised so much. One home owner said, “Her total assessed value for 2012 was more that what her home market value was worth.” The board looked at other homes similar in square footage size and agreed with her statement that equal houses are not being equally valued. The board approved the 2012 total local suggest value. The board approved to lower one homeowners property considerably due to surrounding homes on either side of her. The board wanted her to know that the county will probably reject the 2012 local suggested land value. The board also agreed to lower another homeowners land value along with her businesses due to weather damage to the home and water, pavement and concrete damages to the businesses. After hearing from all appellants the meeting was adjourned.
Area News
Get your children volunteering
April is National Volunteer Month and there is no better time for you to get involved in the community. Set a great example for your children by volunteering with them when they are young. Here are a few great volunteer ideas for parents and kids: •Visit a nursing home: The simple act of sharing a story or playing a game could brighten an elderly person’s day. •Donate food: Have your children pick out items at the grocery store; then take the food to a pantry together. •Clean up: Pick up litter in a local park. It could be a fun way to get outdoors and will instill in your children respect for the environment.
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Shearer Styles to open soon Wall Main Street getting an early
jump start due to nice weather
tional parking will be opened as phasing allows. Concrete crews are on site and concrete paving has commenced on the east side of main street as well as the intersection of 5th Avenue. The 6th Avenue intersection concrete paving is complete. The east side of main street and the 5th Avenue east intersection is scheduled to be completed by the end of March and crews will start on the west half of main street in early April. The west side of the 5th Avenue intersection will be closed in the next traffic switch. Sidewalk replacement, joint sealing, and pavement marking on the east side of main street will commence once the paving is complete. The electrical contractor is on site and continued with conduit installation and light pole base installation. The conduit is installed between 4th and 7th Avenues and the concrete light pole bases are poured. Light pole installation is scheduled for late April. The old wooden light poles will be removed from 4th Avenue to 7th Avenue with the project. The concrete crews continue with the west side of main street and will be followed by asphalt paving connections once the asphalt plants open in mid-April. Pedestrian access is open in the 6th Avenue intersection with temporary pedestrian detours in the 5th Avenue intersection.
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By Ted Schultz CETEC Engineering Favorable March weather conditions allowed the Contractor to get a jump start on main street, concrete paving between 6th Avenue and 5th Avenue. The water main installation was completed in the fall of 2011. The double curb step on the east side of main street has been eliminated with the new curb and gutter design. Traffic on main street is currently limited to head to head traffic on the west side of main street with no parking allowed on main street from 4th Avenue to 6th Avenue. Access to the parking lot north of First Interstate Bank is allowed from 4th Avenue and addi-
A new business is coming to town. Tisha Rose fiance of Jace Shearer will be opening a hair salon at 609 Glenn Street. Tisha owns a Salon in Durant, Oklahoma which employs seven stylists. She will be taking appoints for men, women and children’s styles within the next couple of weeks. Pictured is Tisha Rose, 3-year old Londyn Rose and Jace Shearer. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
Papousek receives “February Excellence has a Face Award”
Wall Art Guild will host art show
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Some of the Wall Art Guild members. Pictured from left to right ... Dorothy Jones, Past President Vivene Matthews, Norma Volz and Nola Price. ~Courtesy Photo
Wall Art Guild will be hosting an art show at the Wall Drug on Friday, March 30 and Saturday, March 31. Members are President Nola Price; Vice-President - Lori Schreiber and Secretary - Lorna Moore. Members include: Norma Volz, Linda Hiltner, Donita Denke and Dorothy Jones. Lorna Moore joined the guild in 1988. She paints in water color, oils and does some colored pencil. Lorna’s interests are western, animals, rodeo, family portraits, historical buildings, floral and landscapes. Dorothy Jones paints mostly in oils and does beautiful native american paintings and landscapes. She also tutors other members when they need advice on artwork. Nola Price paints mostly in water colors. She paints barns, landscapes and florals. Nola has a beautiful style of painting, very soft and pretty. Donita Denke paints in oils. She is a new member and will have artwork in this years Art Show at Wall Drug. Loretta Schreiber paints in oils. She does portraits and landscapes. A very talented artist. Linda Hiltner from the Wall Writers group is a new member in this years Wall Art Show. Norma Volz shows more in photography but does some water color art. By: Theresa Koupal, Reporter (Reprinted with permission from Wagner Post/Lake Andes Wave/Announcer/Dakota Action Rocket) Evan Papousek, agriculture teacher at Wagner Community School, has been named the winner of the February Excellence Has a Face Award. Papousek’s nomination stated that he “consistently goes ‘above and beyond’ what is expected to engage and reach students.” Papousek’s nominator cited an example of his “can-do” attitude and explained that he developed a new after-school program for middle school students to enhance their interest in school through a hands-on agricultural and industrial arts curriculum. The nominator stated, “It is my understanding that Mr. Papousek has volunteered his time to organize and supervise this program because he felt there was a need, and he wanted to better serve our students.” The nominator added that Papousek’s room is “always filled with students after school, many of them high school students who need a listening ear or help with an assignment.” According to the nominator, Papousek has “gone out of his way to support students, coming in early, staying late, and giving up his preparation periods to help them get their work done, not only for his class, but for all their classes.” The nominator added that many students, even those who do not have Papousek as one of their teachers, seek his advice and his help. The nominator stated, “Even on his bad days, he can be found encouraging students, sharing jokes and smiles. He is positive, upbeat, and willing to go the extra mile for his students. It is evident that he loves his work and the WCS students.” The nominator concluded, “Mr. Papousek definitely lives out the motto, ‘Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day.” Individuals nominated for the monthly award must have worked at Wagner Community School for a minimum of six months. The nomination form adds that these individuals must be “highly engaged and committed to the mission, vision, and values of the school district.” They must demonstrate “a can-do attitude” and “go the extra mile in giving to the school district and doing their best.” Individuals nominated for the award must also function “in a spirit of partnership with other employees and students” and have “a clear understanding of personal accountability” and “tend to look at themselves first for resources and solutions.” Individuals nominated for the award must also “embrace change and look for ways to reinvent themselves while continuing to provide a high level of value to the organization.” Monthly winners of the award receive a thank you with a token of appreciation. They also have their pictures displayed on the bulletin board by the school lunch room. Evan is the son of Lorayna and Richard Papousek of Quinn.
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Kenneth Beer named to Modern Woodmen’s President’s club
Kenneth A. Beer, Rapid City, South Dakota, a representative of Modern Woodmen of America, has been named to Modern Woodmen’s President’s Club. This distinction recognizes Beer’s high achievement in life insurance sales among the organization’s representatives nationwide. Founded in 1883, Modern Woodmen of America touches lives and secures futures. The fraternal financial services organization offers financial products and fraternal member benefits to individuals and families throughout the United States.
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My senior project
House plants – our all weather friends
by Elke Baxter Master Gardener Is it Spring yet? Those of us who love to garden utter this phrase many times each winter. Luckily for us gardening with House Plants helps to keep us sane when winter winds are howling and the snow is piled high on our favorite garden spots. Even the ancient Egyptians planted their cherished favorites in urns and troughs thousands of years ago. With the discovery of the New World in the 15th century many species of our all weather friends started making the long journey from their tropical homes to foreign shores. Whether you want to “green up” your thumb or try something new, you will initially need to dedicate a little time and energy as you first explore your new hobby. You wouldn't get a dog or cat without knowing their basic needs (I hope!). Plants are no different. If you expect them to not only survive but flourish, you will have to approach the situation with your eyes and ears wide open. Since most house plants hail from tropical regions, their needs are somewhat similar but don't fall into the trap of believing that all house plants are created equal. As their keeper you've taken over nature's job, therefore you are now responsible to mimic their natural habitat as closely as possible. The better you do your job, the better your plant will do. Your first step in becoming the proud owner of a happy and healthy plant is to know what you have. In some instances that's easier said than done. Modern varieties are endless and whether you get a plant from a friend or buy one with an ID tag you often know as little after the acquisition as you did before. Luckily help is everywhere: friends, neighbors, garden clubs, master gardeners, books and the world wide web. With a little effort it won't take long before you know exactly what you own. Your next order of business will be to find out your plants exact needs. Like us, plants need food, water and air. To provide food you'll need light since plants are able to convert light into food. The amount of light depends on the plant. Most like more rather than less but direct sun if often too intense. You may find yourself moving plants from one window into another as the seasons change. Make sure that leaves don't touch any window panes as some plants are quite sensitive and will pout if you're careless. Interior spaces away from windows are usually too dark for plants to survive and light intensity diminishes very quickly as you move away from windows. Plant food of sorts is also a necessity but NEVER takes the place of light. Watering can be a tricky exercise. If you own many different types of plants be aware that the “once a week watering” expedition will not necessarily yield satisfactory results. Water usage depends on the size of a plant and the pot it is in. Plants need to be potted into the proper sized container. When a flower pot is too large for the plant it will often rot. Plants which are more sensitive to “wet feet” are especially prone to this failure. A plant in bright light will generally use more water than one in a dimmer spot. Time of year, growing cycle and blooming stages also change water needs. If in doubt, invest in a watering globe. They're available in different sizes for very little money and take all the guess work out of watering. Like us plants also need to breathe but since they produce oxygen in the process, plants definitely help to purify your indoor air simply by being there. A nice lukewarm shower or regular dusting does much to maintain a plants breathing ability by removing dust from their leaves. Fresh air is good for both you and your plants but avoid cold drafts as much as drying air from heat vents. Most plants appreciate a fair amount of humidity in the air which you'll achieve automatically with the ownership of multiple plants. You know you've arrived at that juncture when your other half threatens to bring home a machete to clear a path through your jungle. While they need attention and some TLC, for us “plant freaks” house plants are a worthwhile effort. When the winter doldrums hit and you admire your new orchids blooms and discover the sparkle on that African Violet blossom remember this quotation; "If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly our whole life would change."....Buddha
Wall Middle School student of the month
“Anna Kitterman’s Guide Service.” Anna who is a seasoned hunter wanted to learn the aspects of running a business and chose to start a guide service for hunting. She put together a brochure of pictures of hunters she has guided with the help of Tom Kruger. Anna plans to attend WTI this fall and either become ~Photo Laurie Hindman a nurse or paramedic.
Taylor Richter is the Wall Middle School student of the month for March 2012. Taylor is in the seventh grade and is an excellent student. She always exceeds her own academic goals because she works so hard to research and learn. Taylor is also a great role model for other students. She volunteers to work with other students who need extra help and has stood up to students who have bullied others. Taylor follows classroom rules and is a very compassionate individual. Taylor participates in many activities including 4-H, volleyball, basketball, rodeo, golf, and youth to youth. She is also a member of the student council.
Taylor is the daughter of Troy and Dawn Richter. Brett Blasius from First Interstate Bank presented Taylor with a First Interstate Bank sweatshirt and bag. Congratulations Taylor!
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“Quilting.” Aleshia Feldman who didn’t know anything about sewing or sewing machines decided to piece together a quilt from scratch. Feldman said she spent 34 hours just on the quilt itself minus the quilting. She will be attending cosmetology school this fall in Hayes, KS. ~Photo Laurie Hindman
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