by Hannah Baker/SUN
It’s true that Chamberlain school hallways look a little bare during the summer months without students walking to and from classes. But, that doesn’t mean those hallways have gone to sleep completely for the summer. Rather, the sounds of student chatter, slamming lockers, and class beginning and ending bells have been replaced with school employees getting some much-needed construction work completed. “Work doesn’t stop when students leave for the summer,” said Nagel. “There are many who are still hard at work.”
The river was flooded with woman this weekend taking part in the Size Really Matters Fishing Tournament for breast cancer. In honor of the event, anglers decorated themselves and their boats with pink balloons, feathers and jewels. One pontoon in particular was decked out as a Cadillac while its crew called themselves the “Pink Ladies”.
Over the next several weeks The SUN will highlight jobs around the community that usually fly under the radar, but are jobs we are so glad are there when we need them.
4H Club members from all over the state participated in the Brule County 4H Rodeo on Saturday, July 18. Cowboys and cowgirls showed off their roping and riding skills in various events. Results can be received from the Brule County Extension office in Chamberlain.
The fourth annual CHS Athletic Hall of Fame banquet is August 7 at Cedar Shore. This year’s honorees are Clyde Saukerson, Wayne Saukerson, Vanessa (Vlasman) Munger, Norma Ann (Hupp) Johnson and the 1970-71 cross country teams.
The 1st Annual SD Junior Dart Tournament was hosted at Cedar Shore Resort July 25-27. There were 572 entries that represented 315 teams made up of 175 individuals, as of right now it is the largest Junior Dart tournament in the world and the only Junior State Dart Tournament in the country.