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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com October 18, 2016 • Page 3 South Dakota Reports First Flu Detection Of Season South Dakota is reporting its first influenza detection of the 2016-2017 season, a Pennington County resident in the 20-29 age group confirmed with influenza A. The first influenza hospitalization was also reported in a Potter County resident in the 20-29 age group with influenza B. “A yearly flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and those around you from influenza and now is the time to get vaccinated,” said Colleen Winter, family and community health director for the department. Yearly flu vaccination is recommended for everyone over the age of 6 months, but some groups are at higher risk – pregnant women, people over 50 years and people with chronic medical conditions. Health care workers and household contacts of high risk populations, especially those with young infants in the household, should also be vaccinated. Last flu season, 56.6 percent of South Dakotans got a flu vaccine, the highest vaccination rate in the nation for the third straight year. South Dakota has had the nation’s highest flu vaccination rate for five of the last six seasons. In addition to annual vaccination, people can help prevent flu by washing hands often with soap and water, covering coughs and sneezes and staying home when sick. Learn more about influenza and how to prevent it at http:// flu.sd.gov. Preventing and controlling infectious disease is one objective of the Department of Health’s 2015-2020 strategic plan, http://doh. sd.gov/strategicplan. The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) announced today that it was awarded another grant from the United State Small Business Administration (SBA), this time a State Trade and Export Promotion (STEP) grant in the amount of $116,250. The SBA recently awarded GOED a FAST grant to promote entrepreneurs and commercialization of innovations. “Trade is vital to our economy. South Dakota had close to $1.4 billion in exports in 2015,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. “This grant will support businesses in our state that wish to export products to new markets across the world.” The STEP grant program is an export initiative that provides matching funds to states that assist small businesses with international trade development. The program’s objectives are to increase the number of U.S. small businesses that export and the value of those exports. State government organizations manage STEP activities locally, while the SBA’s Office of International Trade manages activities at the national level. “This grant will build on our mutual international trade efforts statewide, including the multi-agency Export Awareness Workshops being held in October,” said John L. Brown II, South Dakota SBA district director. “Workshop attendees will meet local and regional international business experts and will learn more about grant assistance that may be available to facilitate overseas sales.” South Dakota small businesses interested in utilizing STEP grant assistance are encouraged to attend upcoming Export Awareness Workshops that will be hosted this October in Sioux Falls, Watertown and Yankton. The GOED is also in the process of exploring a possible trade mission in 2017 with the aid of STEP funds, and it will survey South Dakota businesses before the end of the year to determine interest. Details and registration information can be found on the calendar at www.sdreadytopartner.com, or by contacting Alex Smith, STEP grant project director at the GOED, at alex.smith@sdreadytowork.com or 605.782.3287. October is Financial Planning Month: Easy Tips to Stick to a Budget (StatePoint) It can be easy to let your finances fall by the wayside when juggling work, family, school and other priorities. October is Financial Planning Month and a perfect time to make sure you are prepared for the future. To help, the discount experts at Dollar General are offering some useful tips to assist you in staying on budget and avoiding financial stress. Pack Your Own Lunch To help stick to your budget, skip pricey restaurants. Instead, save money and spend the evening cooking with your family. For affordable and simple ideas for cooking favorite dishes, consult resources like Dollar General Easy Meal recipes at dollargeneral.com/easymeals. Remember to Treat Yourself Just because you’re stick- Too many mouths to feed? Place an ad in the Missouri Valley Shopper today! 605-665-5884 319 Walnut • Yankton, SD ing to a financial plan doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself. 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