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Girls Basketball Program Reunion planned

by Katy Heinecke
Courier Staff Writer

A very special afternoon of memories and reminiscing is just around the corner for alumni of the Sisseton Redmen girls basketball program. Valley View Golf Course will play host to former coaches, players and fans who care to celebrate the last 30 years of victories on Saturday, July 2, from 2:00-5:00 p.m. For more of this story please buy a copy of the Sisseton Courier on news stand now..

CoachesCal Schubert

Left to right: Coaches Cheryl Jenner, Tom Prendergast and Cory Grimsrud ~ Courier Photo

 

Coach Cal Schubert
~ Courtesy Photo

 

 

Sisseton School Board election results in

Unofficial results are in for the three open seats on the Sisseton School Board. Incumbents David Nelson and Jennie Lynn Evenson will retain their seats, with Debra Flute as the newcomer taking over the seat vacated by Ron Evenson, who did not seek re-election. Unsuccessful candidates in the Tuesday, June 21, election were Sherry Johnson, Jeanne Huber and Thomas Wilson.
David Nelson tallied the most votes, 468, followed by Jennie Lynn Evenson with 409 and Debra Flute with 283. Sherry Johnson received 249 votes, Thomas Wilson 175, and Jeanne Huber 158.
A total of 1742 votes were cast by 601 voters. In the Sisseton School District, voters may cast up to three votes on the ballot for school board elections -- either for the same candidate or different candidates in any combination.

Stavig Front Porch

Stavig House

Sisseton’s Front Porch Welcomes You - Alumni and friends are invited to visit the Stavig House Museum when they are back in town for the reunion and holiday festivities. The Stavig House is celebrating 100 years and its 20th anniversary as a museum. Hours are 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily and 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday (Closed Tuesday and Wednesday). Feel free to browse or enjoy a guided tour of the house. Admission will be free! The museum will be closed on Monday, July 4. ~ Courtesy Photo

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