April 12 2005

[b]LeadershipPlenty Lake Francis Case class of 2005 prepares for graduation[/b]

Posted by Nicole
The Leadership Plenty Class of 2005 will be graduating from the LeadershipPlenty Training course on Friday, April 22, 2005. The ceremony will take place at the South Dakota Hall of Fame at 6:30P.M. Special Guests include Christine Hamilton, the Christiansen Foundation and Beth Davis, President of South Dakota Rural Enterprise Inc.

The LeadershipPlenty Class is comprised several individuals in the Lake Francis Case area. The LeadershipPlenty curriculum was developed by the Pew Partnership for Civic Change and is a hands on learning experience. For over a month the participants of LeadershipPlenty LFC have been learning how to build partnership by working together, how to take action on behalf of their communities, how to identify the assets of their communities, learning how to effectively manage conflict within communities and planning strategies for the growth and development of their communities.

April 12 2005

[b]Obituaries[/b]

Posted by Nicole
Orvin C. Sletto, 90

Orvin C. Sletto, 90, of Pierre died April 9, 2005, St. Marys Palliative Care Room, Pierre. Visitation was Monday, April 11, 2005, 4:00 to 8:00 pm with a 7:30 pm prayer service, Feigum-VanLith Funeral Home, Pierre. Funeral service was Tuesday, April 12, 2005, 10:00 am, Vivian Lutheran Church, Vivian with visitation one hour prior. Interment followed at the Vivian Cemetery, Vivian, SD.


Virgil Fulwider, 90

Virgil Bill or Billy Fulwider died at the Avera Gregory Hospital on April 7, 2005.

Private graveside services at the IOOF Cemetery were held April 12, 2005 followed by a memorial celebration of Bills life at the Gregory United Methodist Church. The Rev. Lin Jennewein officiated. Music was provided by Geoff Smith accompanied by Jean Moser. Lunch was served by the Friendly N

April 05 2005

Posted by Nicole
Image: http://www.lcherald.com/e107_files/images/MCRC.jpg


Medicine Creek Riding Club team members enter the gym under an arch of branding irons held by cheerleaders, Penni Almond, Lorri Wagner, Heather Moore, and Syndi Ozanne. Leading the MCR team is Donnie Moore, followed by Cody Moore, and Wes Moore.

April 05 2005

[b]Kennebec Challenge ends in tie between two clubs[/b]

Posted by Nicole
by Lucy Halverson

Members of the Medicine Creek Riding Club traded their cowboy boots for basketball shoes Saturday night when they met members of the Kennebec Town & Country Club at the Kennebec gym for the basketball game of the year, the Kennebec Challenge. No champion was declared, as the final score was tied 35 to 35 at the final buzzer. Speculation runs high that a rematch is in the works for next year.

The two clubs worked together to hold a fund raiser to benefit the entire community. It was a team effort between both clubs that paid off. We all had a good time and successfully raised money for a much needed building at the arena, commented Wes Moore MCR Club president. Early reports estimate the event raised around $ 2,000. Fraternal organizations Modern Woodmen of America and Thrivent Financial for Lutherans will contribute matching funds.


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