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Minions will be wandering the streets of Chamberlain Sat., Sept. 30 as part of the annual Chamberlain/Oacoma Fall Festival.

Active Aging Week, Sept. 20-26

Baby Boomers, (1946-1964) the generation that brought you rock’n’roll and the flower child, are now qualifying for senior citizen discounts.

“I love working for the people we support at Dakota Milestones! Where else can a person go to work where they can see people get excited just to see you in the morning?

Top: Winners in the beef brisket category included, l-r; Mark Schwartz, Matt Sherwood, holding the traveling prize for brisket, and Nick Doney ( not pictured Newly Schooler).

Jim and Karri Swenson along with daughters Madison and Kerrigan left Chamberlain Thur., Aug. 31 about 10 p.m.

Minions will be wandering the streets of Chamberlain Sat., Sept. 30 as part of the annual Chamberlain/Oacoma Fall Festival.

The trouble with recycling, is that it’s a lot like voting, or eating healthy. You know it’s good for you, but sometimes it’s just difficult to make yourself do it.

Classes started at Chamberlain School District Wed., Aug. 23 with 941 students enrolled, approximately 78 more students than started classes in August of 2016.

FallFest Beef Cook-off organizers are looking for entries for the 5th annual event to be held Sat., Aug. 9 at American Creek Campground in Chamberlain.
 

Sports

On a cold, wet evening, Fri., Sept. 15, the Chamberlain Cubs traveled north to play football on the Groton Tigers' gridiron.

Chamberlain hosted their Invitational in conjunction with the Big Dakota Conference Cross Country Meet at the Chamberlain Country Club on Thurs., Sept. 14.

SD Game, Fish and Parks hosted their annual Kids Having F.U.N. event Saturday, Sept, 9 at the American Creek Day Use area.

Alayne Daly has been chosen as the Volleyball Player of the Week. Daly has been a starter for the last three years. She is a leader who tries to help the younger teammates improve their skills.

The first home football game was a big event on Fri., Sept 8. to start the evening, the Cubs' Booster Club hosted a tailgate supper.

It took just less than two quarters for the Chamberlain Cubs to conquer the St. Francis Warriors 51-0, on Fri., Sept. 1. Chamberlain scored seven touchdowns in the first quarter.

Cameron Caldwell shot a par 72 for eighteen holes of golf at the Chamberlain Invite Tournament that was held on Thurs., Aug. 31, at the Chamberlain Country Club.

Coach Amy Donovan and her assistant coach, Lindsey Hoffman, will start the new season with many returning letter winners that have experience from previous years.

The premier football game for the Chamberlain Cubs was filled with firsts. It was the first game being coached by head coach, Dan Olson.

Chris Caldwell is the head boys’ golf coach and has an optimistic outlook for the season. “I’m excited about this year even though I have a very young team.

Coach Garry Winter believes the varsity girls cross country team should be better than last year, and be competitive in most of the scheduled meets. Last year's team qualified for the state meet.

On Thurs., Aug 3 the minors baseball team took on their moms as a fun game to end their baseball season. The game resulted in a tie with a score of 15-15.

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