The Chamberlain School District facility project is going to bid a second time after bids for the space came in close to $ 1 million over budget the first time around. Only this time there will be less to bid on, as CSD has made several changes to the plan in order to get the price down to a more affordable level.
Lorene (Leiferman) Gust has lived a life of great change. It’s filled with memories of 17 presidents, two world wars, The Great Depression, what it was like to not have a cell phone glued to her hands– let alone a telephone at all– and the invention of the radio and television.
Lady Cub Golf Coach, Lynn Peterson has four returning letter winners back to represent the Cubs for the 2015 golf season. The returning letter winners are Brigitte Byrd, Madyson Hammell, Alyssa Reis, and Brett Story. Rounding out the team is Taysa Hutmacher, and Irene Grass Rope. Coach Peterson is looking forward to getting practices underway, and hopes the weather cooperates. She spoke about the tough competition the Cubs will face to face this year, but thinks her team can play well in the Region competition and hopefully send some golf players to State.
The Chamberlain Cubs Track and F ield teams have started practice to prepare for the upcoming 2015 Track and Field season. Chamberlain’s coaches this year are Head Coach J erry Rhodes and Assistant Coaches Garry Winter, Renee Long, and Holly Evans.