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Helping to decorate for fall

Posted: Thursday, Oct 30th, 2014
Students from Huron Middle School recently brought boxes of fall table decorations to SunQuest Healthcare Center to share with the residents. It was very thoughtful of the students to share, and the residents loved seeing all the kids.
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Flamingos flock for Angel Tree gifts

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
The Our Savior's Lutheran Youth Group Flamingos continue to fly throughout the Huron area. The birds flocked recently to the home of Rod and Wendy Voss in Huron. From left, are Matthew Voss, an eighth grader at Huron Middle School, and his father, Rod, along with the family pet, Misti. The dog had quite a time trying to get this flock
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Halloween pumpkins bring smiles

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Huron High School Key Club members, from left, Sydney Shillingstad and Brianna Lichty, recently brought 40 pumpkins, that had been beautifully created and decorated by Key Club members, to SunQuest Village for residents to enjoy.
Everyone at SunQuest Village has been enjoying the display.
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Campaign to raise money for United Way

Posted: Wednesday, Oct 29th, 2014
Wells Fargo employees recently held their UWHR workplace campaign. Employees held a friendly "pie in the face" challenge and Ranae Puterbaugh was the "lucky" recipient of the cream pie.
Because employees reached their donation goal, UWHR president Chris Nohr also took one for the cause and received a pie in the face as well. Wells Fargo also made a $2,250.00 contribution to
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October is Disability Employment Month

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
Having a job, earning a wage, and being valued for your work; these are valued by all, including people with developmental disabilities. Given the opportunity, and sometimes a little support, everyone has the capacity to advance economically and be productive members of their community. October is Disability Employment Month and the Center For Independence offers these stories as testimony to
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Giving local groups a lift

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
Representing organizations receiving Christen Hohm Lusk Greater Huron Area Foundation grant funds this year include:
First photo, from left, Tristan Hamilton and Barry Cranston, Huron Baseball Association; Donna Christen, foundation chair; Scott and Linda Rutledge, Special Olympics; Gary Harrington, City of Huron; and Marilyn Hoyt, Paul and Carol Hohm Designated Fund.
Next, from left, Nancy Wallenstein, Samantha Torguson, Briea Torguson,
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Carving Halloween pumpkins with dad

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
The second grade at Holy Trinity Catholic School invited their dad's and other important adults in their lives to help them carve pumpkins. The kids had a great time helping design their pumpkin.  The Holy Trinity Pumpkin Patch donated the pumpkins to the students.
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Learning about Fire Prevention Month

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
Mount Calvary Lutheran Preschool visited the Huron Fire Department recently for Fire Prevention Month. Children were able to see a firefighter in his outfit and the fire truck.
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Beadle County CFEL Fall Council

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 28th, 2014
Installation of officers during the Beadle County Community and Family Extension Leaders Fall Council meeting on Oct. 9 was conducted by president Florence Adermann, far right. Installed were Lorene Cavigielli, left, secretary, and Lynette Spanbauer, vice president.
Next, Bob Glanzer, who spoke about South Dakota history and shared personal experiences on the wagon train commemorating the state's 125th anniversary is
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VTMH to raffle quilt

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
Residents at Violet Tschetter Memorial Home, with support and assistance by Jolene Fredrickson, created a beautiful 59-inch-by-75-inch quilt bearing the pink ribbon for breast cancer awareness.
This quilt will be raffled as a fundraiser, with all proceeds to be donated to the American Cancer Association for breast cancer research and patient care.
For more information contact the VTMH at 352-8533.
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Dakota Energy recognizes local student as ‘Scholar of the Week’

Posted: Monday, Oct 27th, 2014
Bailey Zerfoss, daughter of Sandy Zerfoss of Huron, has been recognized as the Touchstone Energy Cooperatives' Scholar of the Week for Oct. 19-25. She is a senior at Wolsey-Wessington High School. She was nominated by her school counselor Kathy Stevens.
Dakota Energy Cooperative salutes Zerfoss and all students who set an example of hard work and high academic standards. Jodene
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Rainbow Flowers supports United Way

Posted: Saturday, Oct 25th, 2014
Cara Osier from Rainbow Flower Shop hosted an event at Rainbow Flower Shop to promote the United Way Heartland Region and give back to the community. Proceeds from all cash and carry sales on Oct. 17-18 went to the United Way 2015 campaign and $1,400 was raised. Presenting the check is, from left, Osier, owner of Rainbow Flower Shop and
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All for just one fence

Posted: Saturday, Oct 25th, 2014
What do three community agencies, two local businesses, one church and a group of Boy Scouts have in common? 
The answer is: A fence.
No one could ever have guessed how a dilapidated old fence could reach so many, but this one will take you on a wonderful journey of community effort reaching from Huron to Japan.
The story goes
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Flamingos flock for Angel Tree

Posted: Saturday, Oct 25th, 2014
Sophie  and Blake Kannegieter, children of Eric and Nikki Kannegieter, stand among a flock of flamingos that appeared in their yard overnight recently as part of a fundraiser by Our Savior's Lutheran Church youth to benefit the Salvation Army Angel Tree. Blake wanted to keep the pink lawn ornaments, but they will be seen flocking around Huron for the next
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Huron High School plans comedy western: ‘The Rest of the West’ comedy to be presented Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. at HHS

Posted: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
The Huron High School drama department is busy preparing for its fall play, "The Rest of the West," a comedy by Tyler Rinne.
The play will be presented at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday at HHS. There is a small fee. The play is directed by Molly Perry, who teaches language arts and drama at HHS.
This rousing cowboy comedy
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Our Savior’s youth plan ‘pink flamingo’ fundraiser

Posted: Friday, Oct 24th, 2014
Our Saviors Lutheran Youth Group will be starting a Pink Flamingo Fundraiser to raise funds for the Salvation Army Christmas Tree. Last year the group was able to support 10 children on the Angel Tree.
This year, with the Pink Flamingo Fundraiser, they are hoping to double the number of children we can serve.
Tammy Dramstad, youth leader said,
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Oh, give me a home: New home sought for 12-foot Schefflera house plant at SunQuest Village

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 21st, 2014
Phebejean Mills, who was known far and wide as the Plant Doctor during her years with the Beadle County Extension Center, watched for years as the dwarf umbrella schefflera plant she transplanted grew straight and tall in the lobby at SunQuest Village.
"I transplanted the original twice and ended up with four separate plants from that," said Mills, who has
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‘Celebrate My Drive’ for Huron High School: Community has chance to win $100,000 grant by logging onto celebratemydrive.com daily

Posted: Tuesday, Oct 21st, 2014
Huron High School staff and students are committed to keeping teens safe on the road. They are asking everyone 14 and older to go to www.celebratemydrive.com once a day, every day, from today through Oct. 24. Just indicate you want to support Huron High School and commit to drive safely!
The more safe driving commitments the community makes, the better
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Frosting Halloween cookies

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Thirty-five residents at SunQuest Healthcare Center enjoyed decorating (and eating!) Halloween cookies Friday afternoon. It helps get people in the mood for the spooky holiday.
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Huron Elks donation

Posted: Monday, Oct 20th, 2014
Jamie Guericke, ER of Huron Elks Lodge No. 444, presents a check to Huron Hockey Association, accepted by Anna Scheibe and Doug Solem. Funding was provided by a Gratitude Grant through the Elks National Foundation. Elks support their communities through programs that help children grow up healthy and drug-free. Huron Hockey Association was one of four local recipients of the
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‘Celebrate My Drive’ daily for Huron High School

Posted: Saturday, Oct 18th, 2014
Huron High School staff and students are committed to keeping teens safe on the road. They are asking everyone 14 and older to go to www.celebratemydrive.com once a day, every day, from today through Oct. 24. Just indicate you want to support Huron High School and commit to drive safely!
The more safe driving commitments the community makes, the better
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‘C’ is for Cowboy and Cowgirl Day

Posted: Friday, Oct 17th, 2014
Kindernook Preschool celebrated letter "C" with Cowboy and Cowgirl Day -- Yee-Haa! Each student was given the opportunity to ride in the saddle, thanks to the family of Gary and Jackie Scholl and ponies. Additional excitement included shelling corn, playing horseshoe, stick horse racing and roping practice. After the lil' wranglers mustered up an appetite they settled in for a
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