NewsApril 29 2015
The Lyman Alumni Association officers met last Wednesday to plan the 2015 Lyman Alumni reunion.
Vice president Norval Millard led the meeting in the absence of president Jim Cole. Others present were Christie Collins, second vice, and Shelli Collins, secretary. Lucy Halverson, treasurer was also absent.
The date of the alumni reunion will be the last Saturday in the month of July, which this year falls on July 25, 2015. The honored classes will be those ending in "5" and "0".
This is the same weekend the Presho High School alumni meet and the Presho Fire Dept. has traditionally held their street dance as a fund raiser.
Several suggestions collected at last years gathering were reviewed by the officers and considered.
There was a suggestion made to have the reunion at a location in or near Presho. Shelli will contact Karen Willis with regards to renting the new Eastern Star building on Main Street in Presho since it is air conditioned, and has tables and chairs available. It was also decided that the Lyman Alumni Association will provide meat of some sort and buns for sandwiches at the social and ask other alumni to bring chips or salad.
The deadline to make an application for the Lyman Alumni Scholarship is May 1st.
To qualify for the scholarship, the college attendee must have graduated from Lyman, be a full time student in his/her 2nd year or more of college and have a C average or better. In order to apply, please send name and proof of grades to Lucy Halverson, PO Box 518, Presho, SD 57568 or email email@example.com or contact Brittany Reuman at Lyman High School.
Next meeting of the officers will be May 13th at 7:00 at Hot Rods.
NewsApril 22 2015
Juniors Phyzon Milton and Andee Arnoldy were voted King and Queen at the 2015 prom Saturday, April 18th held at the Lyman Gym. The juniors under the direction of advisor Randi Diehm chose the theme, Old Hollywood, for their prom. Fifty four couples participated in the grand march. See more photos inside on page 2.
NewsApril 22 2015
The 2015 annual spring event for the Greater Lyman Foundation is May 9th at 6:00 pm in the Kennebec Gym. The band Mogen’s Heroes of Sioux Falls will be back by popular demand, and a special appearance will be made by the always entertaining Jim Woster, a Reliance native and good supporter of GLF.
The dinner will be served at 6:00 pm, followed by a short report on GLF and then Mogen’s Heros will start the entertainment. In addition to the band and Woster, local performers may also perform, according to Sundall.
A limited number of tickets for the event will be sold at $20 each, payable in advance, and can be ordered from any GLF director, including Sundall at 869-2233; Janet Schindler at 473-5642; Judge Jessop, 895-2301; Kim Halverson, 869-2372; Wayne Monson 473-5463.
Sundall said the annual spring fundraiser features a great meal, wonderful entertainment and a little down-home humor from Woster and friends.
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