The local Future Farmers of America is hosting their 2nd Annual Kiss the Pig Fundraiser. This year’s event if in honor of Holly Endres, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis five years ago. Of those who might be smooching a pig this year are CHS Principal Karen Fox, Theater Director Trisha Burke and FFA Advisor and Agriculture Teacher Justin Graves.
It was a night of crunching numbers for the Chamberlain School Board at they discussed Native American student achievement and also rebidding of the new fine arts, wrestling, gymnastics and administrative office project. Of the two topics, Native American achievement was discussed first, as it was also a night dedicated to allowing Native American parents and tribal members the opportunity to address the board about any questions or concerns they might have. However, there were no parents in attendance on Monday night.
When it came to commissioners choosing between two companies for computer software upgrades at the water and sewer plant, there was very little contest. Wink Enterprises, Inc., (WEI), provided commissioners with a contract totaling $160,000. There was also a Short, Elliot and Hendrickson, Inc., (SEH), proposal for nearly half that price, totaling $86,400.
Shelby Byrd, Brigitte Byrd, Rod Byrd and Toria Byrd
Chamberlain survived a late scoring run by the Lady Buffaloes and went on to win, 46-38, on February 17. The Lady Cubs had two players score in double figures, Brittany Goodlow
and Rachel Reuer had 11 and 10 points respectively for Chamberlain in the Tuesday night contest.
CHS One Act: Top Left: Hunter Eimers, Casey Iversen, Brooke Allen, Ellie Swanson, Sydney Hall, Audreyanna Martin, Madeline Tyrrel, Derrek Thompson and Caleb Menzie