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
The South Dakota Telecommunications Association (SDTA) is now accepting applications for the Brian Meyer Memorial Scholarship. Two scholarships in the amounts of $1,250 and $625 will be awarded for the 2018 spring semester.
Check out the details here: Brian Meyer Scholarship
Movies, Medicare, and time with the Mayor are all on the docket for Super Senior programming at Rawlins Library this fall. The Super Senior programs are designed with senior citizens in mind. The goal of Super Senior programming is to provide personal development and community engagement opportunities for senior citizens. The programs are free and no registration is required.
For more information about library programs and activities visit, rawlinslibrary.org.
Monday, Sept. 11, 10 a.m.
The fall lineup begins on Sept. 11. The Super Senior Book Club will wrap up its discussion of the Janette Oke’s “Love Comes Softly” series with the movie “Love’s Abiding Joy”.
Monday, Sept. 25, 10:30 a.m.
On Sept. 25, a representative from the SHIINE (Senior Health Information and Insurance Education) program will be available to answer questions regarding Medicare Open Enrollment.
Monday, Oct. 2, 10:30 a.m.
To learn about opportunities to stay physically active this fall, visit the library on Oct. 2. Mindy Cheap with the City of Pierre Recreation Department will provide an introduction to the Seasoned Citizens program that includes classes like Line Dance and Tai Chi.
Monday, Oct. 16, 12 p.m.
Enjoy a lunch with Pierre’s Mayor Steve Harding on Oct. 16. Bring your own lunch to the library and learn about what’s going on in the Pierre community. This program is open to all community members.
Monday, Nov. 6, 10:30 a.m.
With the holiday season nearing, Avera Health will provide a dietician to help you keep your eating habits healthy despite all the holiday goodies.
Save the Dates:
October 6 & 7 – The 8th Annual “R U Tuf Enuf to Eat Pink” weekend at the Cattleman’s – she donates a proceeds of her weekend to the Hughes/Stanley County Relay For Life so take your family out to eat that weekend and encourage your friends to go as well.
October 28th – Bras For A Cause at the AmericInn from 6-10. This event was wildly successful and helped Hughes/Stanley County raised over $8000 last October for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If you or your team member would like to help with this event, a percentage of the total raised will go to your team fundraising, just like with the Flamingos and just like we offer for the Salad Luncheon in the spring.
If anyone has any questions, please reach out to Tanya 280-6956
By order of the Bowdle City Council
Water Restrictions for the residents of the City of Bowdle
Effective until further notice
Watering will be allowed as follows:
East of 4th Ave can water on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays
West of 4th Ave can water on Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays
ABSOLUTELY NO WATERING ON SUNDAYS
Your cooperation is appreciated
Greeter signup for the Capitol Christmas Tree display will be Thursday October 26, 2017, at the Capitol Lake Visitor Center from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The 2017 Christmas Tree Display will begin November 22, 2017, and ends December 26, 2017. Greeter duties include providing general information about the Capitol Christmas tree display and having guests sign the guest book. Shifts vary from 2 to 3 hours.
For additional information regarding the opportunity, please contact Tammi Florentz, Bureau of Administration, (605)-773-3688. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Joseph School Extravaganza
Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017
Time: 5:30 PM
Tickets: $35 for one or $250 for a table of 8 – on sale at the St. Joe’s school office beginning October 10.
Wild West Scholastic Book Fair at the Kimball School Library
October 16th-19th 7:45am to 3:30pm
October 24th 7:45am to 7:30pm (parent teacher conferences)
October 25th & 26th 7:45am to 3:30pm
Books make great birthday, Christmas and ‘just because’ gifts.
The McLaughlin Youth Organization will be selling Christmas Wreaths to raise
money to help reopen the movie theater.
If you would like to place an order please contact
Ira Taken Alive
or call 605-823-4490 and leave a message
Thank you for your support!
The Selby Community Library will not be open during
Community Hours this Thursday, October 19th.
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.
Bring your children to Northridge Plaza for the annual Trick or Treat Nite, October 19th 6-8pm. Bridget M Photography will be setup at Center Court to take photos of your children in their Halloween costumes, and will be ready to be picked up before Halloween! Many stores will be handing out candy, so make sure to stop in!
Fundraiser for an elderly music program the Pierre Music Store is starting. The “Cruise” is October 20, 2017 – You will board at 5:30 pm at Lily Park in Fort Pierre, the cost is $35.00. Dinner and entertainment will be provided. The entertainment will be Ron Smith & Jeff Speaect. They will be performing Country Music and Rock & Roll. The ride is limited to 60 people. Call the Pierre Music Store to make a reservation 220-3088
Catch the Spirit of the Hunt
Knight of Columbus 50th Annual
Hunter’s Roast Pork & Dressing Feed
Friday, Oct 20th
Hoven American Legion Hall, Main St. Hoven
Doors Open & Serving Starts at 6pm
12 yrs & Up $15
5-7 yrs $7
Tickets at the Door, No Advance Tickets
Raffle Includes: 3 Shootguns & 3 Rifles…plus many more items too numerous to mention!
Sign up to win a YETI Cooler!
Prairie Ringneck Chapter #825 Pheasants Forever Banquet
Friday, Oct. 20th at the Faulkton Legion Hall
Social Starting at 6pm
Meal is being served at 7pm catered by Bauer’s Super Value
Auction to follow the dinner provided by Henery Auction Company
Door Prizes for everyone!
Herreid Fire Department Annual Fun Night
Friday, Oct. 20th from 8pm to 1am
Herreid Community Center
Games, Gun Raffles, Cards, Pull Tabs
Bar and Lunch Available
The Herreid Community Center is a smoke free facility
A $3.00 donatoin will be accepted at the door.
2nd Annual Rooster Jam with 35th & Taylor opening for Judd Hoos at Drifters Bar & Grille! You do not want to miss this show! Free Admission! October 20th 9pm – 1am.
Pheasant themed stained bar height table with 3 chairs.
Drawing date 10/21/17 in the late evening
$20/ticket or 3 for $50
View the table at the Bill of Rights brewery or on their Facebook page
Tickets sold at brewery and Pierre Jr Shooters
The Annual Hunter’s Wives Day Out Craft and Vendor Fair will be held Saturday, October 21st 10am – 6pm and Sunday, October 22nd noon – 5pm at the Northridge Plaza.
All you can eat Breakfast Buffet October 21st at the Roscoe Fire Hall 7:30a to 11:00a, serving pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, coffee and juice.
Faith Lutheran Church in Pierre will hold their annual Country Fair on Saturday, October 21st from 9 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
The bazaar features crafts, baked goods, candy, collectibles, homegrown produce, a used treasures booth, gift baskets, Kids Corner, fresh caramel rolls for breakfast, and a lunch counter with homemade soup, sandwiches and chips, plus homemade pie by the slice.
Proceeds will benefit local, regional and national mission efforts.
Faith Lutheran Church is located at 714 N. Grand Ave. in Pierre. For more information, call 224-2216.
Plan to attend the 43rd Annual Faulkton Area Arts Council
Arts & Craft Festival
Sat. Oct 21st
10 am to 5 pm
In the Faulkton High School Auditorium & Faulkton Community Center
75 plus vendors
Make and Take Tables
Pierre United Methodist Church Fall Festival October 21st 10-2pm, join for lunch or stop by and enjoy a fresh roll or pie with free coffee. Plus Granny’s Attic Treasures, Baked Goods, Treats & Crafts.
SE Pierre United Methodist Church (2315 E Park)
Annual Autumn Wine Walk on upper and lower Pierre Street. Featuring 25 different wines at 15 locations.
Tickets are: $25 for single or $40 for a couple.
Come out to sip, shop and stroll on upper and lower Pierre Street!
Timber Lake Volunteer Fire Dept. would like to invite you to the
4th Annual Doug Kraft Memorial Trap Shoot
Saturday, October 21st starting at 3pm MT
at the Timber Lake Trap Shoot range
Prizes will include gunsm hunting gear, and More!
Supper will be available
Thanks for your support
Eureka Volunteer Fire Dept. Annual Steak Fry
October 21st starting at 5pm
Raffle Tickets: $5
Raffle Tickets: $20
Remington 700 CDL Stainless 7mm Beretta a400 xplor 20 ga
Tristar Viper G2 Bronze 28 ga S&W M&P 15 Sport II
Ruger 10/22 Takedown Savage B. Mag 17 WSM
Raffle Tickets: $5
More prizes will be raffled off all night long!
Stop by and have a good time!
Weather permitting; the display will start on October 21st and go through October 31st. The times will be from 5:30 p.m. until 9 p.m. during the weeknights and 10 p.m. on Friday & Saturday nights. The best time to visit is in the evening, after sunset.
Please feel free to walk around to see all the different jack-o-lanterns and spooky displays.
We do ask that all drivers be mindful of traffic, wildlife and especially pedestrians of all ages.
Directions: 19988 Grey Goose Road. Just a little over four miles north of highway 1804 on Grey Goose Road, and approximately two miles north of the Grey Goose Store.
Landowners are not responsible for accidents or lost items.
Have a safe and happy Halloween!
Benefit for the Fort Pierre Community Youth Involved Center and St. John’s Church. Saturday October 21st at the Pat Duffy Center, Supper 6pm Band 8:30pm. Event includes: 6pm Spaghetti supper ($10 meal only at door) Danny Hall and Joe Creek Band featuring Donnie Williams with music and dancing ($10 band only at door). $20 for both, cash bar. Tickets available at Prairie Pages Bookstore, Youth Center and St. John’s Church.
Isabel Volunteer Fire Department Soup & Pie Fundraiser
Raffle tickets available now and at the event–need not be present to win
Win a Drawing for $100 cash
plus drawing for 2 Fire Exinguishers & 2 First Aid Kits
Saturday, October 21st from 5-7pm in the Isabel Community Hall
Donations are used to purchase new equipment, general upkeep & expenses.
Jones County Annual Wild Game Feed and Auction on Saturday October 21st. Doors open at 6pm and dinner auction to follow at Jones County Sportsman Club in Murdo.
Lake Campbell Wildlife Club
Pancake & Sausage Supper
Sat. Oct 21st from 6-8pm
Mound City Community Center
12 and up $7
Ages 6-11 $4
Preschool – Free
Register for door prizes and raffles
Bake Sale by the Mound City Community Club
Pierre Players fundraiser October 21st, 7-9:30pm, General admission: Free Will Offering. At the Grand Opera House (109 S. Pierre) The Rambling Rangers from Hot Springs, SD 7-7:30, Plains Folk will perform from 7:30-9pm.
Eureka Chamber of Commerce Community Breakfast
Milk, Coffee & Juice
Free Will DOnation, Everyone Welcome
Eureka Senior Center
October 22nd from 8 am to 1 pm
Before the hunt, treat yourself to an excellent breakfast.
Sausage, scrambled eggs, pancakes, and drinks
Hunter’s Breakfast Buffet
Sunday, Oct 22nd
KC Hall, Main Street, Hoven
8am to 11:30am
12 yrs – Adult 410.00
Sponsored by the Hoven Knights of Columbus
Sponsored by: BHS Class of 2019
Free Will Donations-All You Can Eat!
Pancake, Sausage, Eggs, Juice, & Coffee (to-go containers available)
Sunday, October 22nd
8am to 1pm
Bowdle American Legion
Sunday, Oct. 22nd
serving from 8am to 1pm
Great Plains Family Restaurant, Mobridge
FREE WILL DONATION
proceeds will support our local Lions Club
St. Paul Lutheran Church in Jave is hosting a
8am to 11am
in the Church Hall
Free Will Offering
Hoven Service Club
Is sponsoring their
Annual Craft & Vendor Fair
Sunday, Oct. 22nd
Hoven Legion Hall
10am to 3pm
Come browse OVER 30 Vendors!
Lunch will be available throughout the day
A walk to bring awareness and comfort to parents, family, and friends grieving the loss of a child will be held on Sunday, October 22, 2017, in Pierre. The community is invited to join the walk. The route begins at Avera St. Mary’s Hospital (801 East Sioux Avenue) at 2:00 pm, and will end at Faith Lutheran Church (714 N. Grand).
Snacks and water will be provided and a short prayer service will be held at the church. The event will conclude at 3:30 and rides will be provided from the church back to the hospital.
Participants are asked to please park on Washington Avenue on the east side of the Hospital or in the lot on Dakota Avenue to allow adequate parking for patients and their guest in the hospital lot.
Isabel Ambulance Service Meeting
All interested in helping save our service please attend
We are in need of
4:30 PM October 22nd at the Ambulance Shed
New Hope Cancer Foundation Fundraiser
Sunday, October 22nd
Akaska Community Hall
5:00-6:00 Supper by Jim Houck (Beef Sandwich Meal)
6:00 Music by the Haakon County Crooners
All proceeds split between New Hope Cancer Foundation of Mobridge & Phillip, SD
Potter County battlers vs. Eureka Bowdle Lady Petriots
Indian Taco Feed
Monday, October 23rd
Serving starts at 5pm
to-go containers available- game starts at 5:15pm
Proceeds benefit the BHS Class of 2019
We thank you for your continued support!
Flu Shot at the A.H. Brown Public Library
Flu Shots available for those over 18 years of age.
Brought to you by Walworth County Community Health & Mobridge Regional Hospital
Wednesday, October 25th
10am to 1pm
Please bring one of the following:
OR $32.00 if paying on your own
Please have exact change or make checks payable to
Walworth County Community Health
Flu Clinic in Hoven
Wednesday, Oct 25th
from 10:30am to 1pm
at the Hoven Senior Center
Please bring Medicare or Insurance Card
Call 285-6419 with any questions
Northwest Area Schools & Timber Lake School District will be providing
“Screening” for children, Birth through Pre-Kindergarten Age: Provided FREE of Charge.
Wednesday, October 25th
12 noon to 3pm Mountain Time
Timber Lake Community Building
Please bring your child to detect any delays that could limit your child’s future school success.
If you have questions, contact
Timber Lake School at 605-865-3654
Northwest Area Schools Educational Cooperative at 605-466-2206
Bazaar & Smorgasbord at Reliance Methodist Hall October 25th, serving from 5pm to 7pm. Adults $10, Age 12 and under $5. Roast beef – ham – fried chicken – salad bar – dessert table
Bits Bytes & Gadgets Downtown Trick or Treating October 26th 5-7pm. Stop in for peanut free Halloween treats! October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. The first 1000 trick or treating will receive a numbered PINK ping pong ball — Check our store on October 31st – Halloween – for the winning number. Present the winning pink numbered ping pong ball in the store for a free CELL PHONE!
Don’t miss the Downtown Trick or Treating Halloween Bake Sale for Lane Hedglin, William Kessler and Thomas Vetch from Riggs High! These three will be marching in the Macy’s Great American Marching Band in the 91st Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Be entertained by Halloween’s finest “spook-tacular” musicians at Bits Bytes & Gadgets!
Come get in the Halloween spirit on Historic Pierre Street with trick-or-treating for the whole family! Costume contest sponsored by BankWest at 6:00 p.m., there will also be trunk-or-treating in the city parking lot behind Capitol City Florists, sponsored by Oahe Federal Credit Union.
All you can eat Breakfast Buffet at the Hosmer Fire Hall Ocober 28th ,7:00a to 11:00a, serving pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, coffee, and juice
Hunter Safety Course
will be held at the CRST Game, Fish & Parks Conference Room on
Saturday, October 28th starting at 8am until 4pm
This is mandatory to take the Hunter Safety Course per memorandum dated November 4th, 2016
“The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Council during Special Session on November 2, 2016 approved of a motion to lower the age limit to twelve(12) to (18) years old for hunting licenses and for the youth to take a safety course and for the youth must have adult supervision with them at all times.”
This will be the last hunter safety course before the big game season begins
Lunch will be provided
any questions, call GFP 605-964-7812 ask for Juanita or Kristi
Roast Beef Dinner at Pierre Senior Citizens Center (401 W Pleasant Ave) on October 28th 4:30-6:30 pm. $10 – Adults, $5 – Children ages 4 to 10, Children under 4 are free. Dinner includes roast beef, mashed potatoes, corn, rolls and apple crisp.
Tickets may be purchased from any board member or stop in the office. Office hours are: 1-3pm on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. 9am-4pm on Thursdays. For more information call 224-7730.
Annual Akaska Fire Dept. Pheasant and Fish Feed Fundraiser
starting at 5:30
White Elephant to follow
All proceeds go to updating fire fighting equipment
Saturday, Oct. 28th at the Akaska Community Hall
SAVE THE DATE TO ATTEND
Bowdle’s Annual Pheasant Phest
Meal starting at 5:30
Games for all ages will be available agin with chances to win great prizes
The School Foundation is accepting donatons for the live auction and raffles tables for Pheasant Phest, items can be dropped off at Beadle Ford
Proceeds from the event will go to support the Bowdle School Foundation which was organized to promote, enhance and enabale educational opportunities in the Bowdle School District
Light the Capitol Purple for Pancreatic Cancer Awareness, October 29th at 3pm – Rotunda South Dakota State Capitol. Keynote Speaker: Dr. Richard Holm, MD Host, “On Call with the Prairie Doc”. Music by Kathi & Carsten Mueller and the TF Riggs High School Chamber Choir.
When: October 30, 2017 at 5:30pm
Where: Riggs Main Lobby
What: Hosted by the Tri-M Music Honor Society, includes a scavenger hunt, games, candy, and activities followed by a Halloween and Broadway-themed concert with the GMMS 7th & 8th grade band and Riggs Band, featuring the Emerald Regiment Flag Corp. Costumes encouraged!
Cost: $5 for all activities
Pollock Community Action League Halloween Carnival
Tuesday, Oct. 31st from 5:30 to 7pm at the Pollock Community Center
Cake Walk, Bean Bag Toss, Witch’s Kettle, Duck Pond,Plinko,
Punch Board, Ring Toss, Ghost Pong, Lollipop Pull, TP Toss,
AND MUCH MORE!
FREE to kids 12 and under
We encourage everyone to come in costume!
Trick or Treating to follow Carnival
Fun for All Ages
Missouri River Dentistry 2nd Annual Candy Buy Back on November 2nd from 2-5pm. Children are invited to bring their Halloween candy to earn $1/pound, the candy will be sent overseas to troops.
November 5th Midwest Music Ambassador’s 8th Annual Fall Craft and Vendor Fair & All you can eat Soup Lunch, at the Edmunds Central High School in Roscoe starting at 11:00 to 4:00.
St. William Catholic Church Annual Turkey Dinner, Midland, SD
Sunday, November 5, 2017 at noon
$8 adults, $4 kids 6-12, Free ages 5 & under
Trinity Lutheran Church of Chamberlain will be holding their 23rdannual Lutefisk, meatball and lefse supper on Sunday, November 12thfrom 4:00-7:00 PM. Besides the main items the supper will also feature wonderful homemade salads and desserts.
Come and enjoy the fun, food, and festivities. A Thrivent Financial action team will be helping with the event. The proceeds from the supper go toward church missions and expenses. For more information call Mary Brown 234-4233 or Jeff Tveit (pronounced Twite) 730-0553.
Here is a good Ole/Lena joke:
Ole is on his deathbed. One day he smells the smell of fresh lefse coming from downstairs. So he summons up the last of his strength and drags himself downstairs. He’s at the table reaching for the lefse when Lena slaps his hand and says, “Ole, that’s for after the funeral.”