February 22 2006

[b]Woster to entertain at Farm and Home Show[/b]

Posted by Nicole
By Lucy Halverson

Vendors offering something for everyone will be exhibiting their services and wares at the Presho Gym Saturday, Feb. 25 at the annual Presho Farm and Home Show.

The show starts at 10 a.m. and runs until 4 p.m. Along with indoor and outdoor exhibitors, a Pen of Three Breeding show will take place outside in the west gym parking lot.

Show organizers, the Presho Area Chamber, furnish free entertainment at the annual Farm and Home Show. New to this years show is Lyman County native Jim Woster who will take the stage at 11 a.m. and again at 2 p.m. Woster grew up north of Reliance and graduated from Chamberlain High School. He went on to graduate from South Dakota State University at Brookings. After years of working in the cattle industry as a buyer and a market reporter for local television and radio stations, Woster now does public relations work for Avera McKennan Hospital and South Dakota State University. Woster writes a weekly column for the Tri-State Neighbor. In addition, Woster collaborated with his two brothers Terry and Kevin, who are also writers, and published a collection of their favorite columns. Woster is a highly sought after public speaker at events throughout South Dakota and surrounding states.

When asked what kind of performance he has planned for the Presho Farm and Home Show Woster replied, Ill tell a few jokes, leave a message with attendees, and have a little fun. Woster has been known to play guitar and sing. If the crowd asks, Woster said he may be persuaded to sing one of the two songs he knows.

At 12:30 p.m. Lonis Wendt of Vivian will present his production of The Story of Lewis & Clark. Wendt and his wife Lois spent the past few years traveling the Lewis & Clark trail during the 200th anniversary of the expedition. Wendt has produced a video of his own photos.
At 10 a.m. District 26 Legislatures will hold a cracker barrel on the stage.

Mark your calendar and make plans to attend the Presho Area Chamber Farm and Home Show Saturday, Feb. 25 at the Presho Gym. There will be something for everyone at this years show.

There is still time to enter your breeding stock exhibit, contact Presho Area Chamber executive secretary Tammy Cole at 605-895-2528 or Pen of Three show organizers Rob and Lois Comp at 605-895-2156 for more information or to secure your booth space.

February 22 2006


Posted by Nicole
Jay D. Jandreau, 26
Funeral services for Jay D. Jandreau, 26, of Lower Brule, SD, were Saturday, February 18, 2006 at 10 AM at St. Marys Catholic Church in Lower Brule with burial in the Holy Angels Catholic Cemetery at Presho, SD. A rosary was held at 7 PM on Thursday, February 16 at St. Marys Catholic Church in Lower Brule and a wake service was at 7 PM on Friday, February 17 at St. Marys Catholic Church in Lower Brule.

Bill Smithburg 58
Bill Smithburg 58, of Draper died Thursday, February 16, 2006 in Upton, WY.
Prayer service was held 6:30pm, Tuesday, February 21, 2006 at Isburg Funeral Chapel in Murdo.
Funeral Services were 2pm, Wednesday, February 22, 2006 at the Draper Lutheran Church in Draper with burial taking place in Oregon on February 28, 2006.

Anna M Sinclair
Anna M Sinclair passed away February 7th, 2006 in Clovis, CA. She and her husband will both be interred at the Kennebec Cemetery. Donations may be made to donors choice of charities.

Simon Bert Hendricks Leuning, infant
Simon Bert Hendricks Leuning, infant son of Scott and Lana Hendricks Leuning, died at Providence, Alaska Medical Center on February 4, 2006.
A funeral service was held at Central Lutheran Church on Wednesday, February 8.
Simon was born on January 21, 2006, in Anchorage, Alaska.

February 14 2006

Posted by Nicole

Brian Miller, on the right, was named Kennebec's Citizen of the Year for 2005. T&C Club president Trusty Mertens, on the left, presents Miller a plaque at the T&C Club Business Appreciation Saturday, Feb. 11th at the Kennebec Gym.

February 14 2006

[b]Mertens elected to lead Kennebec T&C Club[/b]

Posted by Nicole
By Lucy Halverson

Trusty Mertens was elected to serve as president of the Kennebec Town & country club at the Business Appreciation held at the Kennebec gym Saturday ,February 11th. Mertens will serve for the next year along with Cody Moore, vice president; Donelle Christensen, treasurer; and Gracie Stiefvater, who was reelected to the position of secretary.
Brian Miller, a member of the Kennebec Volunteer fire department and past president of T&C Club, was chosen by the members in attendance as Kennebecs Citizen of the Year for 2005. Brian and his wife Debbie are the owners of BJs Food Center in Kennebec.

Twelve pots of chili were entered in the annual T&C Club Chili Cook-off. Volunteering to judge this years contest were Maureen Cadwell, CEO of Mid Dakota Medical Center, which has a clinic in Kennebec; Pastor Sandi Neil of the United Methodist Church of Kennebec, Reliance, and Presho; and South Dakota Highway Patrol Trooper Mike Welter of Presho. T&C Club member Kim Halverson assisted with the judging. After nearly an hour of taste testing the impartial judges named Grannys Chili by Peg Boysen as the winner. Merle Aamots Code 3 Chili took second place followed by Carmen Millers Chunk Pork and Black Bean Chili in third place.
Area businesses offered food, refreshments and many door prizes during the 5th annual appreciation event.

The community really enjoys the annual Business Appreciation and we believe its a great time to show our appreciation to all our customers, said Linda Gerard of BankWest.
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