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Locals represent Sisseton with high honors

by Katy Heinecke
Courier Staff Writer

The local Sisseton Snow Queen contest held in Nov. 2014 sent a Snow Queen and a Jr. Snow Queen contestant from Sisseton to the State competition held in Aberdeen in January. Senior Snow Queen, Morgan Janisch, made it into the Top 10 contestants and competed against 28 others entrants. She represented our community extremely well and had a lot of fun competing. With her years of experience in rodeo competition and pageantry, she competed like a pro. Morgan plans to attend college next fall at USD and major in dental hygiene. For the rest of this story please buy a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.

Olivia and Brianna

Snow Queen Competitors - Pictured at the State Snow Queen Contest in Aberdeen are Olivia Heinecke (left), 2015 Sisseton Junior Snow Queen and State Junior Snow Queen 1st Runner Up, and Brianna Fisher (right), 2015 State Talent Competition Winner. ~ Courtesy Photo

Carly Goodhart

Pictured above is Carly Goodhart, 2014 Sisseton Snow Queen and State Snow Queen 2nd Runner Up. Goodhart also represented Sisseton in the SD Homecoming Queen Pageant and then at the national pageant in Memphis, TN last summer. ~ Courtesy Photo

Roberts County Breakfast in Arizona

It was a beautiful morning in Mesa, AZ, when a group of friends met at 9:00 a.m. at the Golden Corral for the Roberts County Breakfast. .For the rest of this story please buy a copy of this weeks Sisseton Courier on news stands now.

Cans for Kids reaches milestone

The local aluminum can collection site recently exceeded $10,000 in sales since its inception a few years back. Also, over 25,000 pounds of material has been kept out of the landfill as a result of the project.
Of further note is the three pickup loads of cans donated by Steve and Cindy Pallesen, as well as the dump trailer load contributed by Amy and Jeff Currence. Mark Tasa continues to be a stalwart of the overall effort as the day to day coordinator.
All proceeds go toward supporting local youth activities.

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