NewsDecember 05 2018

Kids Shopping day planned at Thrift Store

Posted by Lucy

Kids Shopping day planned at Thrift Store
By Angela Eves/LCH
 
   The Presho Thrift Store & More will hold a Kids Night at the store Wed., Dec. 12 from 4:00 to 7:00 pm to allow children the opportunity to shop for family members. 
   Youth fifth grade and under are invited to bring a shopping list of the people they want to shop for and Thrift Store volunteers will assist them in finding appropriate gifts to fill their shopping list and will assist the children in wrapping their gifts. Each child will receive a $10 gift certificate to use towards purchasing their gifts. 
   We want to give them the opportunity to experience the joy of shopping for family members but also to learn that sometimes it’s necessary to budget your money,” said Comp. 
   Comp stated that parents or guardians may drop their children off at the store to shop and pick them up after they complete their purchases and the gifts are wrapped. 
   The store has a large supply of Christmas related items for sale including decorations, cards, and other supplies. 
   There are lots of nice, new things we have held back throughout the year to give the kids a good selection of gifts to shop through,” stated Comp. “It’s so fun to see the kids and their excitement.” 
   Donations of gently used items including clothes, toys, household items, decorations and furniture are always appreciated. 
   Volunteers are needed to help the children shop and wrap gifts, contact the store at 895-MORE. 
   The Thrift Store will be open Dec. 20, 21 and 22. Christmas décor will be half price on those days and Quarter Day will be held the following weekend on Sat., Dec. 29. 
   To remind Lyman County residents the local food pantry located at the Thrift Store & More is available to those in need twice a month. Even with food well stocked donations are always welcome.

NewsDecember 03 2018

Newspaper delivery delayed

Posted by Lucy

Newspaper delivery delayed
 
The United States Postal Service has announced that USPS offices will be closed Wed., Dec. 5 to observe a national day of mourning for former President George H.W. Bush. Due to this closure, this week's issue of the Lyman County Herald will be mailed Thursday, December 6.

NewsNovember 28 2018

Sundall recognized for years of service

Posted by Lucy

Sundall recognized for years of service 
 
Herb Sundall was recognized during the Fall Awards Banquet held Monday, November 19. Sundall, who is known as the voice of the Lyman Raiders, has been the only full time announcer the school has ever had for football and basketball. With over 50 years experience announcing basketball and football games, Sundall has announced that he will not be able to be the voice of the Lyman Raiders as often as he has done in the past. Sundall does state that he will be a Lyman Raider fan forever, regardless of where he may be.

NewsNovember 28 2018

Kennebec lights up for the Holidays

Posted by Lucy

Kennebec lights up for the Holidays 
 
   Kennebec Town & Country Club along with local businesses invite the public to the 5th annual Lighting Up Kennebec event, Tues., Dec. 4 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. 
   Kennebec businesses will hold individual holiday open houses and offer refreshments and door prizes to patrons.  
   Santa and his elves will be at the library to visit with children and pose for photos starting at 6:30 pm.  
   At 7:00 p.m. Santa will flip the switch on the outdoor light display at the courthouse to Light Up Kennebec! Come out and enjoy this holiday event in Kennebec.
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