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ho l iday 2011 SIOUX FALLS WOMAN 1
JudyShaw A Life of Service
Quick&Easy Holiday Party FavoritEs
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22 Featuring SiouxFalls Whatdoes GreenMean
24 Featuring SiouxFalls MyTuesdayGirl
26 Weddings ACelebrationof Love
28 TheBigDay AlexandBlayne Hagen
32 LegallySpeaking Makingthe Transition
42 Style ReadMyLips!
44 HairTrends HairStyleTrends for2012
46 FashionTrends RedHot!
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60 Recipes QuickandEasy (andzesty)Holiday PartyFavorites
62 Foods Homegrownforthe Holidays
64 AutoStyle TreadingThrough theTire-Buying Experience
66 Travelogue StartPlanningNow forAlaska74 Home&Garden ComfortableLiving
84 AbouttheHouse LivingtheDream
90 Lifestyle EatingfortheNew YearandaNewYou
92 Health TheOIWay
94 Health HolisticTherapies
96 Family HypnoBirthing
98 Health Itching,Twitching andTurning
104 CoverStory JudyShawDoing forOthers
112 Entrepreneurs Designing Women
117 WhatsNew NVStudioSalon
118 SiouxFallsWoman ArtBeat ArtistryRevealed
120 GoodReads BooksontheShelf
115114 WhatsNew OliveDestination
115 WhatsNew SantoshaHotYoga
116 WhatsNew RewsAppliance
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happy holidays! 2011
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MargaretPennockMargaret Pennock has called the Sioux Falls area home for the past 13 years and has enjoyed it thor-oughly. After graduat-ing from Iowa State University with a Journalism degree, she has experienced a rewarding career including writing and producing for an advertising agency, marketing for a health-care system and cur-rently works as a Marketing Coordinator for Southeast Technical Institute. Margaret and her hus-band Marty have been blessed with two incredible children, Brandon and Amanda. She enjoys spending her free time reading, catching new flicks, attending her chil-drens activities and traveling with her fam-ily.
Jennifer DumkeJennifer Dumke loves to create. Whether on paper or in a room, she enjoys design. Jennifer has a back-ground in interior dec-orating, journalism and real estate. She received her degree in journalism from South Dakota State University and has settled into her job working in healthcare philanthropy. Her hobbies include play-ing piano, exercising and remodeling their home, in particular the nursery. Jennifer and her husband, Brad, welcomed the long-awaited birth of their daughter Kaydence. They are enjoying their new role as par-ents.
Jill FunkeJust across the South Dakota border in Northwest Iowa, Jill and her husband Dan are raising their spirit-ed daughters Abigail and Lindsey. Jill learned strong Midwestern values while growing up in the small town of Bronson, Iowa. She completed her Bachelor of Arts degree in Corporate Communications at Buena Vista College. She sought employ-ment which would allow her to make a difference in the lives of others and found herself leading semi-nars for non-profit organizations in South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa. Today, Jill stays busy with free-lance assignments for area newspapers and magazines and she works part-time in a marketing position. When she is not work-ing or writing, Jill can be found teaching piano lessons, leading her dance team or volunteering for a function at her church.
Thea Miller RyanThea studied medi-eval and renaissance history, art and archi-tecture in Oxford, England. She lists Lake Como, Italy, as her favorite travel destination and she assisted in a study of nuisance black bears in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. Theas travels and education have taken her to great distances but she still believes theres no place like the grand prairies of South Dakota. Thea is the director of The Outdoor Campus, a nature center in Sertoma Park, where kids can get dirty out-doors and learn to fish, camp, hunt, kayak and canoe. In her spare time she enjoys writing and reading anything available and she vol-unteers for the South Dakota Festival of Books and The Big Read. Thea, her hus-band Tim, and daugh-ter Maddy, spend fam-ily time traveling, gar-dening, geocaching and catching butter-flies.
JoAnn Yanez, ND, MPH (c)Dr. Jo is a passion-ate advocate for wellness, preven-tive evidence-based medicine and access to high quality health care. As a licensed Naturopathic Physi-cian (Arizona) for the past ten years, she has helped chronically ill patients navigate health care naturally and has taught medi-cal and nursing stu-dents. Equally inter-ested in public health, Dr. Jo has been called upon to present to US Senators, Congress-men, Governors, State elected officials and health care pro-fessionals. Dr. Jo is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Public Health and has recently moved to Sioux Falls from New York with her husband Dr. Victor Waters. In her free time, she en-joys singing/playing music, salsa dancing, cooking and being ac-tive outdoors.
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SFW LIfE The holidays are a busy time, full of parties and events. Celebrate this season by attending some of the festivities taking place in the com-munity. You wont want to miss the Christmas Madrigal Dinners or the Holiday Jam. Also, learn what it means to actually be green before check-ing out the wedding pho-tos and reading about the Hagens big day.
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Nov. 25 Avera Parade of Lights 7:30p.m. Downtown Admission-Free
Nov. 25 Sioux Falls Jingle Bell Run/Walk 4:30p.m. SiouxFallsFamilyYMCA Admission-$25beforeNov.19, $30afterNov.19
Nov. 25 27, Dec. 1-4 & 8-11 Art Moms (and friends) Holiday Boutique ThursdaySaturday:10a.m.- 7p.m.;Sunday:1-5p.m. ParkPlaceCenterParkinglot www.art-moms.comorlikeuson Facebook
Nov. 26 Pictures with Santa 10a.m. J&LHarley-Davidson Admission-$8
Nov. 29 and Dec. 27 Cooking with Sanaa 6p.m. MuseumofVisualMaterials Admission-$5 Call605-271-9500toregister
Dec. 1-3 University of Sioux Falls Christmas Madrigal Dinners 6:30p.m. McDonaldCenter Fortickets:usfmadrigals@ usiouxfalls.eduor605-331-6580, www.usiouxfalls.edu
Dec. 1, 8, 12 & 15 Wilton Cake Decorating Class 6:00p.m. NybergsAce12th&Kiwanis Admission-$30 Call605-336-6507 orvisitwww.NybergsAce.com.
Dec. 3 - 4, Jan. 7- 8 Bensons Flea Market Dec.3&Jan.7at9a.m.; Dec.4&Jan.8at11a.m. Fairgrounds Admission-$2
Dec. 3 Breakfast with Santa 7:30a.m. GreatPlainsZoo Admission-Call605-367-7003 forticketinformation
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Dec. 3 North Pole Carnival 10a.m. CenterForActiveGenerations Admission-Free
Dec. 4 The 35th Annual Handels Messiah 3p.m. FirstBaptistChurch Call605-336-6588 orvisitwww.sfseminary.edu.
Dec. 4 MoVM Holiday Art Sale 12p.m. JessElofsonFineArtStudio Admission-Free
Dec. 5 University of Sioux Falls Science and Theology Forum: Peoplejustlikeotherpeople: CognitiveDisability,Theology andtheChurch 7:30p.m. McDonaldCenter Admission-Free Call605-331-6677 orvistwww.usiouxfalls.edu
Dec. 6 Tom Roberts The Little Lost Sock Book Signing 6:30p.m. NybergsAce41st& Minnesota Admission-Free
Dec. 6 Free Lefse Seminar 6:30p.m. NybergsAce41st&Minnesota Call605-336-6474 orvisitwww.NybergsAce.com.
Opening December 10th!For class schedules and more
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Dec. 8 The Browns Celebrate Christmas 2p.m.Matinee,7p.m.Concert OrpheumTheater Admission-$20ArtistCircle,$15General,$7Youth Call605-367-7288 orvisitwww.ticketmaster.com