November 24 2004

[b]Presho Centennial Committee receives first donation [/b]

Posted by Kim
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Arlene and Arvid Ambur, center, are presented a certificate of appreciation by committee co-chairs Mike Sprenger and Steve Hayes, right.

by Lucy Halverson

Presho residents Arlene and Arvid Ambur were the first to contribute $500 to the Presho Centennial Committee Fund. Committee co-chairmen Mike Sprenger and Steve Hayes presented the Ambur's with a certificate of appreciation for their financial support.

Following the Ambur's gift there has been numerous other individuals and local businesses that have contributed to the centennial fund. All financial gifts of $ 500 or more receive a certificate. Fund raising efforts for the July 2005 Presho Centennial Celebration continue. All donations are accepted and appreciated.

November 24 2004

[b]Lines from lucy [/b]

Posted by Kim
Take time to give thanks

On Thursday many of us will gather around a table with family and friends and partake in a delicious Thanksgiving dinner while giving thanks for our many blesses. I am especially thankful that a few unfortunate incidents and accidents that recently occurred involving members of my family were not any worse than they were.

Here's a few of the things I'm thankful for.

Be thankful for seat belts, infant car seats, and a young mother who is adamant that her children buckle up.

November 24 2004

[b]Local News from Kennebec [/b]

Posted by Kim
Kennebec Seniors meet

The Senior Citizens met Friday at the Community Center in Kennebec with four ladies present for the luncheon. Marie Houchin and June Brammer did the calling for bingo with Doris Hills winning the first bingo and Galdys Manger blackout. June served lunch. Doris will serve next week.

Merle Aamot underwent surgery on his shoulder last Wednesday at McKennan Hospital in Sioux Falls. Merle and Marlene returned home to Kennebec on Friday. He's doing good.

November 16 2004

[b]Lyman "Band of the Day" at State Football Finals Friday[/b]

Posted by Kim
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Lyman High School Pep Band, under the direction of Scott Muirhead and Julie Muirhead, provided pep music during the 9AA and 11A championship games Friday night at the Dakota Dome in Vermillion, SD. This was the pep band's second appearance at the Finals while under the Muirhead's leadership. The Lyman Banner singers sang the National Anthem prior to the start of the evening games.

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