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Pictured above standing are: Bailey Feistner, Emily Ohlrogge, Ty Burkel, Dilyn Brooks, Lane Burkel, Nathan Linke, Hope Baysinger, Aaron Linke, Katie Hohn, Xavier Baysinger, Henry Feistner, Avery Miller, Braxton Gentles, Henry Hunter, Devyn Brooks and Elisha, Ezra and Acaiya Schultz; sitting or kneeling are: Emmitt Feistner, Sutton Senska, Carson Miller, Dani Brooks, Summer Senska, Sarah and Emily Overson, Anna Hunter, Shiloh Senska, Kaitlyn Swenson and Isaiah Schultz.

Pictured above standing are: Bailey Feistner, Emily Ohlrogge, Ty Burkel, Dilyn Brooks, Lane Burkel, Nathan Linke, Hope Baysinger, Aaron Linke, Katie Hohn, Xavier Baysinger, Henry Feistner, Avery Miller, Braxton Gentles, Henry Hunter, Devyn Brooks and Elisha, Ezra and Acaiya Schultz; sitting or kneeling are: Emmitt Feistner, Sutton Senska, Carson Miller, Dani Brooks, Summer Senska, Sarah and Emily Overson, Anna Hunter, Shiloh Senska, Kaitlyn Swenson and Isaiah Schultz.

The Town ‘N Kountry Kids 4-H Club met on April 14 at Prairie View Healthcare Community in Woonsocket.
The meeting was called to order by President Aaron Linke. The flag pledge was led by Sutton Senska, and the 4-H pledge was led by Hope Baysinger.  Roll call topic was “Your Favorite Animal.” The club brought a petting zoo to the nursing home residents, led by committee members Bailey Feistner, Xavier Baysinger, Emily Ohlrogge and Lane Burkel. Twenty-five club members brought a variety of animals to visit the residents, including three chickens, two rabbits, two puppies, two cats, two horses, a baby calf, a bird, three goats, two sheep and a prairie dog.

…See another picture in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

PokerTournamentWinners2017 35 web    Woonsocket American Legion Post 29 held their first Texas Hold ‘em Poker Tournament on April 1. Congratulations to the winners, pictured left to right: first place – Liz Swenson, third place – Daylyn Baysinger and second place – Tyler Klumb. The next tournament will be scheduled this fall.

BechenCatherine web 34    Central Electric Cooperative is sponsoring six local students to attend the National Rural Electric Youth Tour in Washington, D.C. this June.
This year’s recipients are: Catherine Bechen of Letcher, daughter of John and Gayle Bechen; Olivia Hanten of White Lake, daughter of Lisa Hanten; Hunter Gregory of Kimball, son of Nicole Gillen; Madison Hetland of Mitchell, daughter of Paul and Deanna Hetland; Ashley Henglefelt of Alexandria, daughter of Don and Jody Henglefelt; and Jessica Burghardt of Fedora, daughter of Steve Burghardt and Trina Runner.
South Dakota students will team up with more than 1,400 students from across the country for Youth Tour. They will tour Washington, DC, meet with their state’s representatives, and learn firsthand how to be involved in politics, community development and today’s social issues.