Senior Health Information and Insurance Education (SHIINE) volunteer counselors will be available to help people compare their Medicare Part D plans in Chamberlain by going to the Chamberlain Community Center on Tuesdays from 9:00-3:00 10/17/17 thru 12/5/17. Outside of Chamberlain call 605-494-0219 or 877-331-4834 for information on where to get help. The Program is free for eligible seniors.
The Library has set a goal of providing 100 Christmas cards to those living at a local nursing, and they want you to help make the cards. Here is how it works.
Anytime during the month of November, patrons can stop by the library to pick up a card kit. The kits include a card and materials for decorating it. Individuals are encouraged to draw on the cards, write messages and sign their names. Once people are done designing the card, it should be returned to the front of desk of the library. The library will then deliver the cards to the nursing home patients.
People of all ages are encouraged to participate. Cards kits must remain in the library, and all cards need to be completed by Nov. 30. The library will be closed Nov. 10-11 and Nov. 23-24
For more information about library programs and activities visit, rawlinslibrary.org.
Click here to learn more about the story of the Seven Sisters!
Thursday, November 16th
is the day to Pledge to be
“Smoke Free for the Day” or
“Support a Quitter”
Great American Smoke Out
Quit Line 1.866.SD-Quits (1.866.737.8487)
Pierre Blood Drive at Lutheran Memorial on November 16th from 9am to 3pm. Any questions contact 224-1336.
A.H. Brown Library in Mobridge is holding a
Thursday, November 16th from 10am-5pm
Want to be an EMT??
Mobridge Regional Hospital and Clinics will be offering classes!
Please join us for an informational meeting
Thursday, Nov. 16th at 7pm
at the Education Center at Mobrige Regional Hospital and Clinics
Presho to Hold Cancer Center Fundraiser November 17 through 18 at Jet Lanes. Funds raised from “Game On, Cancer,” a 24-hour games marathon, will go towards building the Helmsley Cancer Center in Pierre and will be matched 1:1 by the Helmsley Foundation. Game players, fans and spectators are welcome to come and go throughout. Free will donations may be dropped off at any time during the 24 hours. Volunteers are needed to assist making game supplies, preparing cakes, running games, or to be available to lend a hand.
A beam that will be placed in the lobby of the Helmsley Cancer Center will be on hand for all to sign. Those signing have their choice of three pen colors: one for a cancer survivor, one in memory of, and one as a supporter of those who have had cancer.
A variety of games, suitable for all ages, will be offered and include some special events. 6:00 pm Friday will be the cancer derby, a race organizers created of horses representing cancer colors (pink for breast cancer, gold for pediatric cancer, etc.) that will call a winner based on donations designated for each color. Race progress will be posted hourly as donations are tallied. Lyman cheerleaders donated the “Cheer for a Cure” money jar where a donation gains a guess at the amount of money in the jar with the closest guess winning the money jar.
Games involving bowling, darts, bean bags, cards, dice and boards are on the agenda. Event planners challenge participants to organize/create their own games, noting supplies will be available. Lyman High Honor Society is in charge of games during “Teen Time,” which is 2 am until 7 am. Later Saturday morning, kids may decorate the face of their stick horse (provided) before racing their horses. A treasure hunt, two cake walks, and at least one balloon dart board are also planned.
Owner Carl Brakke says Jet Lanes is pleased to host “Game On, Cancer“ and he plans to donate a portion of his sales to the Helmsley Cancer Center. The kitchen will remain open later than usual with pizza and snacks offered all night. Breakfast will also be on the menu.
The cancer derby horses will cross the finish line at 5:59 pm Saturday, November 18, at which time funds donated will be tallied. Representatives of Avera St. Mary’s Foundation will also be on hand for a special announcement.
Faulkton Senior Living Fall Fun & Feast
Friday, November 17th
Meal Time: 11:30am to 1:30pm
Meals served at the Nursing Home dining room
3 kinds of soup
3 kinds of sandwickes
Variety of Desserts
(No Take Out Orders)
Craft Fair in the Meadows dining room, shopping time: 10:30am until gone
Medical Expense Benefit for Amber Johnson at “T’s” Tavern November 17th 6pm -1am. Free will donation supper; sandwiches, beans, salads, chips and desserts. Karaoke hosted by Jeremy and Jason Pullman. Come out and bid in the silent auction.
Amber was diagnosed June 2016 with Neuroendocrine Carcinoma. She has had many setbacks and continues to undergo chemo therapy for an ‘ugly’ spot on her liver.
Any and all donations are greatly appreciated by Amber, her family, and the many friends who continue to help her fight his terrible monster. If you would like to donate to the silent auction or food items for the supper, please contact Lindsay Beckwith 641-5961 or Loni Beckwith Stewart 280-8816.
The Stanley County School Student Council and the Stanley County Booster club are hosting a benefit featuring the “Dueling Duo” (a dueling piano request show).
The when, where & etc are as follows:
Saturday – November, 18th, 2017 from 7:30 P.M. to 10:30 P.M. (doors open at 6:30 P.M.)
At the Drifters Bar and Grille
Ticket prices are – 1 for $25 OR a Reserved Table (of 8) for $180
Ticket Sales start September 1st, 2017
Proceeds benefit the Stanley County Student Council and the Stanley County Booster Club
Tickets may be purchased at Capital Sports 224-1808 , The Fort Pierre Cowboy Country Store 494-0221 or contact number 280-2491
Post 8 Pancake Feed will be held on Saturday, Nov 18th at the American Legion cabin on the end of Pierre (Main) St. serving at 7:00 to 11:00 AM. Cost ($3), for all you can eat. For the benefit of American Legion and Teener Baseball in Pierre.
All guests arriving at the feed before 8:30 AM will receive a delicious pancake breakfast prepared by the Post 8 Baseball Board and as a token of our appreciation will receive a free day at any of the Post 8 tournaments this coming season year. To receive the free one day tournament pass just show up before 8:30 AM, we will add you to our Early Bird list.
Java Community Booster Annual TUrkey Shoot
Saturday, Nov. 18th
Meal is at 6pm
BINGO is at 7pm
All are Welcome!!!
Saturday, November 18 the T.F. Riggs oral interpretation team will host a free event to showcase this season’s top performances at 7 PM at the Riggs’ High School Theatre. The community will experience ten-minute cuts of published literature without the aid of props, costumes, music and set. Categories of performance include storytelling, humor, poetry, drama and oratory. Performers include seniors Judah McKinley, Hannah Gates, Claire Mohr and Carson McCaskell, junior Nancy Li and sophomores Sarah Hancock and Eli Houdyshell.
Nov. 20th is the deadline for Urban and Community Forestry Grant
The South Dakota Department of Agriculture is communities to apply for a 2017
Urban and Community Forestry Comprehensive Challenge Grant
Applications and accompanying documentation must be submitted to the South Dakota
Department of Ag Division of Resource Conservation and Forestry by Nov. 20th
The Challenge Grant can be used to help communities solve specific community forestry problems
or demonstrate the imprtance of trees and urban forests in South Dakota communities.
Projects must be for trees or tree management on public land or public right of ways.
For more information
www.sdda.sd.gov under the Happening Now tab
or contact Rachel at 605-280-4854
Take Heart Screening
(Cholesterol, triglyceride, blood sugar, BP, HDL, LDL and BMI)
Tuesday, Nov. 21st
Registration at the Bowdle Hospital Lobby
There is no charge
BLOOD DRAW 8am to 10am FAST: 10 HOURS
Sponsored by: Bowdle Healthcare Center
To pre-register call 605-285-6419, if no answer, leave message
The churches in Timber Lake and Isabel will have Community Thanksgiving Services
Sunday, November 19th at UCC in Isabel
and Tuesday, Nov. 21st at United Parish in Timber Lake
A meal will be served at 5pm
and worship will follow at 6pm
Onida Blood Drive November 22nd in the community room 1:30-5pm. Any questions contact 258-2359.
Mobridge Medical CLinic will be CLOSED
Thursday, Nov. 23rd for Thanksgiving
OPEN Wed, Nov. 22 & Fri., Nov 25th
Emergency Services Available, A Dr will be on call and available for emergencies by calling the hospital at 845-3692 or 911
One and all are welcome to the
“SHARE THE SPIRIT”
Community Thanksgiving day Dinner
Nov. 23rd from 11am to 2pm at the Mobridge Moose Lodge
Enjoy Roast Turkey and all you favorite Trimmings
FREE TO ALL
Any free will offerings will be donated to local charities
*To volunteer on Wed or Thurs. call Jim at 845-6671
*To donate turkeys (8-14#), red potatoes, sweet potaoes, or bread crumbs for stuffing, sign up at Paylessfoods or Merkel’s Foods
*To donate salads, desserts or cranberry sauce, call Carol at 845-3413 or the Moose Lodge at 845-3637,
*For a ride or meal delivery, call by 11am Thursday 845-3637
*For more information contact Jim at 845.6671
This is a Mobridge and Selby Area Fund Drive…to Aid Local Community
Share the Spirit Mobridge and Selby Area Fund Drive…to Aid Local Charities
Community Thanksgiving Day Dinner
11am to 2pm
Moose Lodge, Mobridge
Enjoy Roast Turkey & all the trimmings
FREE TO ALL
Any free will offerings will be donated to local charities
The Faulkton Business and Processional Assocation will host a Santa visit on Sat. Nov 25th beginning at 10am at the Lyric Therater.
There will be a free Christmas movie followed by individual visits with Santa.
Afterwards kids can head across the street to the Senior Center where FCCLA students will help them decorate coookies and write their letters to Santa.
Gettysburg Fire Dept. is holding its
Annual Fireman’s Ball
Sat. Nov. 25th
Doors Open at 6:00pm
Several Amazing Raffle items will be available
Meal will be served
Band to follow
Join us at the American Legion in Gettysburg on Nov. 25th!
Parade of Lights
Saturday, November 25th
Starting at 6PM MT
Main Street, Eagle Butte, SD
Registrtation an Line-Up 5:30 pm at the Middle School
Chili and Hot Chocolate will be served and a special visit from SANTA @ Landmark
1st Place $250, State Bank of Eagle Butte
2nd Place $200, Western Dakota Bank
3rd Place $100, Black Hills Federal Credit Union
4th Place, $50, Home Town Furniture and Applicance LLC
Don’t miss the HOTTEST PARTY of hte year!
108th Fireman’s Ball
Saturday, Nov 25th
9pm to 1am
Gettysburg Legion Hall
MUSIC BY RETROACTIVE
$5 per ticket
No one under 21 admitted without parent or guardian
ATV Raffle: $100/ticket
Pork supper following parade!
Hosted by the Gettysburg Volunteer Fire Dept.
See the Firetrucks in hte Holiday Parade of Lights downtown at 6pm!
Find the Hero in YOU!
Mobridge Regional Hospital Blood Drive
Tuesday, Novemeber 28th from 11:30am to 6pm
at the Family Worship Center on west Hwy 12 in Mobridge
For an appointment contact Holly at 605-845-8128 or go to
www.bloodhero.com, sponsor code: mobridge
*FREE lunch buffet at Pizza ranch for a successful donation!
Growing Up Together is pleased to announce a Breastfeeding class to be held on Thursday, November 30, 2017 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Avera St. Mary’s. Please call 224-3189 to register. Cost is $5.00 if you are already registered for a prenatal class or $10.00 if taking the breastfeeding class only. This class is open to all expectant mothers and dads or support persons are welcome to attend this class as well. The instructors for the class are Certified Lactation Counselors Amanda Stoeser and Mandy Steen. Scholarships are available upon request.
Making the choice to breastfeed is one of the most important choices a family will make for their infant. Breastfeeding provides a special bonding time for mother and baby. Breast milk has a perfect balance of nutrients to make it easier for baby to digest and to enhance early brain development.
The Kindergarten & 1st Grade Students of Freeman Davis Elementary School in Mobridge will have their winter concert on
Thursday, November 30th in the Mobridge Pollock Middle School Theater starting at 7pm
Elks’ Lodge #1953 Hoop Shoot contest on December 3 at the St. Joseph’s School gym.
8 & 9 year olds (birthdates between and including April 2, 2008 – April 1, 2010)
4:30 p.m. registration; 5 p.m. competition
10 & 11 year olds (birthdates between and including April 2, 2006 – April 1, 2008)
5:45 p.m. registration; 6:30 p.m. competition
12 & 13 year olds (birthdates between and including April 2, 2004 – April 1, 2006
7 p.m. registration; 7:30 p.m. competition
In Concert for Christmas: Jeff Speaect, Vocal; Lori Hall, Bells; Ron Smith, Organ/Piano. First United Methodist Church, Pierre on December 3rd 2-4pm. Free Will offering will go to support the “Church of Hope” at the Women’s Prison. Reception to follow in the Narthex of the church.
The Mobridge Pollock Students of Grades 4 & 5 will have their winter concert on
Monday, December 4th in the Mobridge Pollock Middle School Theater starting at 7pm
Grade 2-3 Students of Mobridge Pollock Elementary School will have their winter concert on
Tuesday, December 5th in the Mobridge Pollock Middle School Theater starting at 7pm