Letcher

A first birthday party was held Sunday at the Sportsman’s Club in Mitchell hosted by Jamie’s parents Haley Ruml and Colby Talcott. Guests were Jamie’s grandparents Sara and Curtis Adams of Letcher, Carl Talcott of Lincoln, Neb.,  Carrie and Scott Groepper of Mitchell, great-grandparents Ron and Sandi Ruml of Letcher, aunts Chloe, Miley, Kaylee and Whitney Adams, uncles Camden and Quentin Groepper, great uncles and aunts. and cousins, Stacy Ruml of Artesian, Steven, Liz and Leighton Ruml of Sioux Falls, Shanna and Tim Moke, Camden, Olivia and Brielle of Dell Rapids, Shawn, Kelsey, Lauren and London Ruml of Mitchell and MaryAnn Hetland of Mitchell, Jay Smith of Alexandria and Natalie Ann Witte and Preston of Sioux Falls. 

…See a photo in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal.

Hegg Insurance of Woonsocket, along with Farmers Mutual Insurance Company of Lincoln County, announce Madi Moody of Letcher as the recipient of the $500 SDAMIC educational scholarship. She is one of four recipients whose parents are insured with an SDAMIC insurance company.  Madi’s parents are Perry and Tracy Moody.  

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

This year’s Mitchell Outlaws team competing at the South Dakota State Special Olympics in Huron last week were back row, left to right: Kyle Clarambeau, Coach Shana Jensen, Matt Baysinger and Aaron Krouse; front row: Julia Stach, Ian Ames, Brent Hieb and Coach Rod Clarambeau.

On July 15-16, six teams from all over South Dakota and one team from Iowa competed in the 2019 State Equestrian Competition in Huron. A local team, the Mitchell Outlaws, competed well and brought home several placings in each category. Members of the Mitchell Outlaws team that competed in Huron were Kyle Clarambeau of Letcher, Matt Baysinger of Woonsocket, Aaron Krouse of Montrose, Julia Stach of Letcher, Ian Ames of Woonsocket and Brent Hieb of Mitchell. The Mitchell Outlaws were coached by Shana (Clarambeau) Jensen and Rod Clarambeau, both of Letcher.

…Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!