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JAck and Bernie Davis receive the Fans of the Year award at Woonsocket School’s AAA Banquet.

Woonsocket School held their annual AAA Banquet on the evening of May 7. See the names of all who were honored, along with more pictures, in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

This year’s winner of the L.J. Van Dyke $1,000 Memorial Scholarship is Jared Goldammer, son of Maria and Rick Olsen and Kelly and Kim Goldammer. Jared is a 2018 graduate of Woonsocket High School. 

Jared has done well academically and been very active in extracurricular activities, FFA and 4-H. He will be attending Mitchell Technical Institute’s SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) program. 

Linda Van Dyke Kilcoin, daughter of L.J. Van Dyke, established this scholarship as a memorial to honor her father. The scholarship is awarded to an individual who shows focus, determination and drive to succeed in whatever field they have chosen.

Kilcoin and the committee were impressed by the focus and drive of this year’s applicants for their chosen fields. Kilcoin encourages next year’s seniors to apply for this scholarship in the spring of 2019. 

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

On Monday, May 7, the Sanborn County 4-H building became the frontier as boys in cowboy hats and cowboy boots and girls in bonnets and long dresses relived some of the things early settlers did.  The third grade classes from Sanborn Central and Woonsocket, along with the third graders from Parkston met pen pals they had been writing throughout the school year.  The teachers, Mrs. Ogle and Mrs. Malloy, dressed the part of the country school teacher.

Some of the activities they shared were making homemade ice cream by rolling the ingredients in two cans, the outside one filled with ice. They also made corn husk dolls and played hoop games. They shared their journals about monuments along the Oregon Trail.

A total of 43 students and several helpers brought a little of the Old West to Forestburg. 

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