By Meliss a Chipps
The Chamberlain PTO and the Chamberlain Elementary students have once again proved to be successful in there fundraiser skills. Chamberlain Elementary PTO’s annual fundraiser has raised over $9,000 this year. With these funds, the PTO is able to provide the elementary children with 24 new Chromebooks, along with a mobile charging cart for all the students to use to help ensure the best possible education.
By Hannah Ruhlman
April 9, 2012
It had been a year since Jim and Karri Swenson began the proceedings to adopt a child into their family of six. Nearly 365 days of hope followed by disappointment was becoming a process that began to weigh heavily on the husband and wife, and their four daughters, Kelli, Madie, Alli and Kerigan.
By Hannah Ruhlman
Piece by piece, detail by detail, the Dignity sculpture that will rest near the Lewis and Clark Rest Area of Chamberlain is coming together. Last December, Governor Dennis Daugaard announced the Norm and Eunabel McKie family from Rapid City donated $1 million to have a sculpture of a Native American woman receiving a star quilt created and featured in Chamberlain.
Kenny McGregor made his ownership of the Bowling Dome official with a snip of the scissors during a ribbon cutting on November 19. Later McGregor (far left) and CFC’s John Hloucha (far right) honored Mike Allen, Keith Fluery and Mike Chilson with a $300 check from CFC and The Bowling Dome for bowling a score of 300.
By John Donovan
We are really excited this season with all of the returning letter winners and experience that is returning. The team is led by four seniors: Nathan Powell, Spencer Kirkpatrick, Nick Claussen and Jake Lopez.
By Heather Core
The Chamberlain middle school girls basketball team played in a tournament on Saturday, Nov. 14 in Winner. Both the seventh and eighth grade teams went 1-1 for the tournament. The first game the seventh grade girls played was against Winner.