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HOSPITAL Burke, South Dakota For the benefit of all patients, please observe the following visiting hours: 2:00 to 4:00 PM 7:30 to 9:30 PM ADMITTED Harlan "Duke" Stahlecker, Na- per, NE; Sandy Young, Burke HOSPITALIZED Steven Hoffart, Burke TICKET PRICES Continued from Page 15 thropic partner," Judson said, ex- plaining that the SDCF manages $230 million in endowed funds for a variety of organizations. The activity association's foundation currently has $141,000. When the fund grows to $5 million, Judson said a yearly payout of about $200,000 would be sent to member schools to help them pay for asso- ciation expenses like catastrophic insurance and dues. "The fund would be used, Jud- son said, "to remove the financial burden on members long-term." Association board president Jason Uttermark of Aberdeen said there's an opportunity for a signifi- cant donation to the foundation. If the association were to raise ticket prices for state events by $1 to $7 for adults and $5 for students and earmark those extra dollars for the foundation, an anonymous donor is considering making a matching do- nation. Uttermark said the new ticket prices would bring in an estimated $200,000 resulting in a $400,000 donation to the foundation. While board members would expect to hear some opposition to higher ticket prices, Uttermark said of the possible donation, "That's pretty tough to turn down." Board member Brian Maher of Sioux Falls said the first conversa- tion he every had about the SDH- SAA Foundation was "venomous." Subsequent conversation have been more cordial, he said, as member schools have learned more about the foundation. Maher said the board has to be sure to offer the message to member schools about the foundation and "what that means for kids and op- portunities down the road." Uttermark agreed that the as- sociation needs to get better about explaining their vision for the foun- dation. "We have not done a very good job of communicating this," Uttermark said. MONDAY, Mar. 14 Chicken Fried Steak w/Country Gravy, Garlic Mashed Potatoes Seasoned Cauliflower Broccoli Mix, Apple, Drop Biscuit TUESDAY Roast Pork w/Gravy Oven Browned Potatoes Parsley Carrots Strawberry Jello Salad Dinner Roll WEDNESDAY Community Memorial Hospital, Inc. Burke Medical Clinic Burke, SD NOW HIRING Full-Time Clinic RN PRN Hospital RN Applications are available in the Hospital Business Office. Accepting applications until 3/18/2016. Contact Human Resources at 605-775-2621 with questions. Community Memorial Hospital, Inc. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genc ics. Baked Chicken Creamed Potatoes Baked Squash, Apple THURSDAY St. Pat's & Birthday Dinner Corned Beef w/Broth Parsley Buttered Potatoes Seasoned Cabbage & Carrots Shamrock Sugar Cookie Rye Bread FRIDAY Tuna Noodle Casserole Italian Green Beans Pineapple Tidbits School Lunch Menu MONDAY, Mar. 14 Breakfast Egg & Colby Cheese Omelet Toast & Salsa Peaches Milk Lunch French Toast Sausage Hashbrown Juice Milk TUESDAY Breakfast French Toast Pineapple Juice Milk Lunch Deluxe Hamburger Calico Beans Peaches Milk WEDNESDAY Breakfast Egg & Colby Cheese Omelet Toast & Salsa Peaches Milk Lunch-Mrs. Sachtjen's Class Parent/Friend Day Pasta Buffet Steamed Broccoli Fresh Grapes Chocolate Chip Cookie (K-5) Milk THURSDAY Breakfast Sausage & Gravy o/Biscuit Mixed Fruit Juice Milk Lunch Chicken Nuggets Mashed Potatoes Country Gravy Pineapple Sugar Cookie (6-12) Milk FRIDAY Breakfast Freshly Baked Cinnamon Roll Applesauce Milk Lunch Fish Stars (K-5) Cheese or Pepperoni Pizza (6-12) Sweet Potato Fries Apple Slices Milk The Burke (SD) Gazette, Wednesday, March 9, 2016 16 tllH1-1411~1 you have what it takes we*re looking to odd a few quality ~iii~i dealers to our network. Call us today at 800-445-9116, ~~i or visit us online today at www.k-lown,com to learn the full story, Kugler Company PO Box 1748 McCook, Nebraska 69001 www.k4awn.com DON'T VISION AND HEARING LOSS )M BEING CONNECTED. messages or talking on toss. The iCanConnect )ment C.ONNE~NG . AL~ O~ US iCanConnect 605-773-4547 RELAYSD.COM/ICANCONNECT