Woonsocket

Every year, the St. Wilfrid Youth Group members perform the Stations of the Cross. They all play a part in the 14 stations of Jesus’ last days on Earth leading up to and including his crucifixion and burial in the tomb. The kids play the parts of the characters, but some of them are in charge of the music, one of them is a narrator, and a few of them are responsible for the lighting. It is a total group effort, and they are directed by their youth group advisor, Paula Linke.

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

Megan Poyer from Woonsocket, shown above with Dakota Wesleyan Head Coach Jason Christensen, signed to play basketball with the Lady Tigers next season. 

Poyer averaged 12.3 points, 7.6 rebounds and 3.7 steals per game this season. She was honored with first-team All-Conference recognition for both 281 and CBH Conferences this year. She was also instrumental in helping the Lady Blackhawks get to the championship game of the 2017 State B Basketball Tournament and this year’s team to the SoDak 16. Her career stats include scoring 788 points, gathering 460 rebounds and dishing out 219 assists. She plans to major in nursing while continuing her basketball career at DWU in Mitchell. 

Pictured from the left are Michael Johnson – Feed and Seed Specialist, Mark Podhradsky – Sales Agronomist, Kristie Ogle and Tom Ogle – Co-Owners of Dakota AGrow, the company who has taken ownership of the Woonsocket farmer’s elevator.

On Jan. 1,  Dakota AGrow, owned by Tom and Kristie Ogle, took ownership of the farmer’s elevator in Woonsocket. Since that time, they have been working to get their business ready for planting season so they can provide the best service and products to their customers.

…Learn more in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!