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What the red poppy stands for

Chamberlain, SD, May 15, 2020 – With Memorial Day on the horizon, The American Legion Family reminds the public that Congress supports May 22, 2020 as National Poppy Day®. The American Legion encourages all patriotic Americans to wear or display a red poppy as a symbol of remembrance and hope.

2020 Memorial Day Events

Memorial Day observances in Brule County will be somewhat different this year than in past years due to COVID-19 pandemic and the need for social distancing, however the reason for the annual observance has not changed. Taking time to remember those who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces is still as important as ever.

Waving goodbye to CHS Seniors
Waving goodbye to CHS Seniors
Waving goodbye to CHS Seniors

Waving goodbye to CHS Seniors

The CHS Class of 2020 Wave Parade was held last Wednesday night in front of the elementary school. Seniors dressed in their caps and gowns gathered in front of the school to accept congratulations upon their upcoming graduation. L-r; Kolby Sinkie, Darynn Burke, Karlee O’Neal, Breckin Steilen, Katelyn Steckelberg, Zevany Burdeau, Kassidy Hansen and Shannon Brown. The official graduation ceremony will be Saturday, June 27 in Chamberlain, however the location and details have yet to be determined. The SUN’s 2020 Graduation Special Section is published inside this week’s issue.

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