NewsJune 03 2015
The Medicine Creek Lions Club of Presho received the Centennial Diamond Patch for completing the four goals requiring projects in environment, hunger, youth and vision and also reporting club activities.
District Governor Julaine Arient-Rollman of Rapid City presented the patch that will be added to the club’s banner during the Lions last meeting of the year May 27th at Hutch’s
The projects completed this year include the adopt a highway program, vision screenings, youth hoop shoot and donating money for childrens books at the Presho Library, and contributing to the Food Pantry in Presho.
Pictured: Lions Club vice president Mike Sprenger accepted the award from 5SW District Governor Julaine Arient-Rollman.
NewsJune 03 2015
The Lyman alumni association officers met Wed., May 20 to complete plans for the 2015 school reunion to be held Saturday, July 25.
The alumni gathering will be held at the Medicine Creek Golf Course Clubhouse from 6 pm to 9 pm. It was decided that the alumni association will furnish pork loin sandwiches, prepared by the clubhouse staff, and alumni may bring appetizers, chips, salads or desserts if they desire. A free will offering will be taken for the sandwiches.
There is no need to secure a spiking permit as the clubhouse has a full liquor license.
The officers went through applications for the Lyman Alumni Scholarship and selected a winner that will be announced at the alumni gathering in July.
Honor classes will be those ending in "5" and "0." A representative from each honor class will be asked to introduce the class and the class will be asked several trivia game questions based on their high school class. The Lyman County Herald will take photos of the honor classes for publication in the following week’s issue.
A short business meeting to elect officers for the next year will be held.
Current officers are Jim Cole, president; Norval Millard, 2nd – president, Christie Collins, 3rd- president, Shelli Collins, secretary, and Lucy Halverson, treasurer.
All Lyman alumni are invited to attend, no other invitations will be sent out. Officers ask that you notify classmates of the reunion and join the Lyman Alumni Facebook page at Lyman High School Alumni (South Dakota).
NewsMay 27 2015
Tom Perry, a US Marine Corp. veteran, was the guest speaker at services in Kennebec and Reliance. Seated on the stage, l-r; Charley Hamer, and Kent Hamiel, Post Commander. A potluck dinner was held at the Kennebec gym following the service.
NewsMay 27 2015
By Jan Rabern
The 2015 PHS all-school reunion will take place on the last weekend in July. On Saturday, July 25th, the banquet will be held at the Christ the King parish hall, with the doors opening at 5:00, and the banquet beginning at 6:00 p.m.
Following the meal a brief business meeting will be held. The distinguished alumnus will be named, and the honored classes, those ending in "0" and "5", will be introduced. Guests will then be treated to a program featuring talented PHS graduates Diana Boe and Gordon Garnos.
This year’s event commemorates the 100th anniversary of the first four-year graduating class of PHS. There were eight members of the class of 1915: Maella McKim, Hollis Andis, Donald Crawford, Maclin Walters, Pearl Fahrenwald, Elsie Beale, Edmund Harrington, and Kenneth West.
The PHS Association would like to extend a special invitation to members of the 1971 and 1972 graduates of East and West Lyman.
The Saturday evening meal will be prepared and served by the Catholic ladies organization. PHS alumni members are asked to provide salads and desserts.
On Sunday, a private room has been reserved at Hutch’s Café for a pay-as-you-go breakfast/brunch from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.
Make your plans now to be a part of the PHS Alumni activities. Come, share a meal, socialize and reminisce with your friends.
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