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vCULTURE vFARGO continued from page 9 continued from page 13 Field trips were a great option to get Fargo’s children exposure in the world. They have traveled to the Black Hills, to DeSmet for the Ingalls family history, visited Spirit Mound, the Music Museum in Vermillion and day trips like Cemetery Walks around the area. Game, Fish & Parks in Nebraska and South Dakota offer many programs and educational opportunities for youth, which they enjoy as a family Fargo said. “Sometimes one misses all the great activities we have in this area which can be used for education,” Fargo said. Fargo believes one of her best decisions was the move to become involved in the theatre in Yankton – not only for herself but for her children. “My kids just love performing and they seem to be thriving,” Fargo said. “Giving a speech in front of your brothers and sisters is just not very exciting so the social aspect is really good for them.” Even Fargo’s youngest cannot wait to be able to go on stage and perform. Over the years, the Fargos have been involved in 4-H and Library programs in Yankton and Vermillion but working in performances at Lewis & Clark Theatre has been a very positive experience. Being the director of the Lewis & Clark Theatre has also been a very positive experience for Fargo as well. “Every day is different and it’s exciting to move from production issues to scheduling to conducting a capital campaign for fundraising,” Fargo said. Fargo’s second part-time job is also at a place dear to her heart – a bistro café in downtown Yankton. She said she spent so much time there because the atmosphere suited her so well, the owner finally said, “Here, put on an apron and help out.” Fargo’s teaching career was put on hold when her family started arriving but recently she began volunteering at the Boys and Girls Club in Yankton. She works in the STEM program, building with Legos and constructing robots. “I love it; working with the kids is exciting and I rediscovered why I wanted to be a teacher,” Fargo said. “You never know where life is going to take you.” And Fargo is looking forward to the next great adventure. n Carne Asada Tacos Ingredients: • 3 pounds flank steaks Marinade • 1 teaspoon salt • 1 teaspoon ground black pepper • 1 teaspoon garlic powder • 1 teaspoon ground cumin Onion Relish: • 1 white onion or purple, chopped • ½ cup chopped fresh cilantro Taco Garnish: • 1 (32 ounce) package corn tortillas • 2 limes, cut into wedges Directions: • Lay the flank steak in a large glass baking dish. Season with salt, black pepper, garlic powder, and cumin. Whisk marinade until well blended, then pour over the steak in the dish. Turn over once to coat both sides. • Heat vegetable oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Cut the marinated flank steak into cubes or strips. Cook, stirring constantly, until the meat is cooked through and most of the liquid has evaporated. • Now the onion relish: In a small bowl, stir together 1 chopped white or purple onion and cilantro. Set aside to use as a relish for the tacos. • Warm the tortillas in a skillet for about a minute on each side. Arrange two or three tortillas on a plate and lay a generous amount of beef over them. Top with a sprinkle of the onion relish and salsa. Garnish with lime wedges and serve. n Everything You Need For A Gorgeous Lawn & Garden Is At Hy-Vee! •Annual Flowers •Perennial Flowers •Roses •Accent Plants •Hanging Baskets •Garden Tools •Top Soil •Lawn Ornaments •Landscape Mulch •Vegetables •Shrubs •Bird Baths •Planters •Fountains •Yard Stakes •Sand & Rock •Potting Soil COUPON • ONE WEEK ONLY! Lawn & Garden GARDEN • LANDSCAPE • GRILLS • PATIOS 14vHERVOICEvMAY/JUNE 2018 10OFF % LU #583 Your Greenhouse Purchase of $10 or More Valid May 19-26, 2018. Limit 1 coupon per person. Yankton Hy-Vee.

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