June 22 2004

[b]Lines from Lucy [/b]

Posted by Kim
What I learned at Kennebec's Ag Day

* It doesn't matter what the calendar says. The weather in South Dakota is unpredictable and just because the calendar says it's the first day of Summer doesn't mean it's going to be warm.

June 22 2004

[b]Letter to the Editor[/b]

Posted by Kim
Where is Presho's Summer Recreation Program?

Due to the City of Presho and Turp Johnson, we have an excellent swimming program. We are fortunate to have the swimming pool and lessons.

Reliance has a summer recreation program, some offerings as track (ages 2 & up), soccer, crafts (7& under), Spanish (all ages), T-Ball (ages 4-7), story hour (ages 2-7), and the list goes on. Where is Presho's Summer Recreation Program? Our children deserve the best that we can provide in an organizational recreation program.

Deanna Johnson
Presho, SD

June 22 2004

[b]Presho News[/b] by Donna Cole

Posted by Kim
Virgil & Louise Miller returned home June 14th from a 12-day trip to Chesterfield, V A. to visit Doug, Sara & Kristie Miller. They attended Kristie's graduation and also visited several historical plantations; Appomattox Court House where Gen. Robert E.Lee (Conf. Army) officially surrendered to Gen. Grant (Union Army) to end the Civil War; and Montpelier which was owned by our 4th President James Madison. Steve Miller from Middletown, NY was also a visitor in the Miller home in Virginia.

June 16 2004

[b]Sweeney family erects sign at museum[/b]

Posted by Kim
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Mike and Wanda Lee Sweeney on the left and Paul and Wanda Sweeney on the right inspect the new sign recently installed on the old Sweeney Church at the LCHS Museum in Presho.photo by Lucy Halverson

by Lucy Halverson

The family of the late Syl and Vera Sweeney of Presho recently purchased a sign for the front of the Sweeney Church at the Lyman County Historical Museum that was installed in time for Memorial Day services May 31, 2004.

The Church was moved from south of Presho to its present site at the museum December 30, 1976. Built in 1904 it served the Catholic families of the Sweeney community for many years.

Donating the funds for the sign were family members; Martha and Bill Blake, St. Peters, MO; Jerry and Betty Sweeney, Kennewick, WA; Mike and Wanda Lee Sweeney, Presho; Paul and Wanda Sweeney, Presho; Dee and Keg Pleuger, LeMars, IA; and Leroy and Helen Sweeney, Lakewood, CO.

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