Chamberlain High School students chose Jill Swanson, Madeline Tyrell, Amber Hopkins, Tyson Fluery, Morgan Fast Wolf and Shawn Foote as 2014 Homecoming candidates. Coronation is Monday, Sept. 22.
For many, watching the leaves change color and cooler temps in the forecast are reminders of the colder months ahead. But in Chamberlain and Oacoma these are reminders that the Fall Festival is just around the corner. The sixth annual Fall Festival is scheduled for October 4, 2014 and every moment of the day is scheduled with family friendly activities and competitions. Regardless of what age group you fall into there are activities to participate in.
A large crowd attended the Inductee Meet and Greet held at the South Dakota Hall of Fame on Friday, September 12. The banquet and induction ceremony took place on Saturday, September 13 at Cedar Shore Resort.
Jill Swanson has been student council president, participated in band and choir, show choir, jazz band, PAWS, FFA, girls state, drama club and student director of the the plays throughout high school. Madeline Tyrell is the daughter of Mike and Kim Tyrell. Madeline has been involved in student council, band, choir, show choir, jazz band, girls state, drama club, honor roll, track, cross country, one acts, fall play and national honors.
The Cubs played Wagner on Sept. 4. Hallie Hallock and Madi Harmon both had four kills. Brigitte Byrd had two ace serves. Madi Harmon led with two solid blocks while Allison Swenson had four assists and Hallie Hallock came out with seven digs. The Cubs fell to the warriors all three games. Cubs went on to play Mobridge/Polluck on Sept. 6. Chamberlain came out strong early in the match. Willow Kott had three aces and Madi Harmon had 7 kills. Maisey Fees- Spellman led in digs with fourteen. The Cubs were defeated.
(Chamberlain, S.D.) – On September 13, St. Joseph’s Indian School held their 38th Annual Powwow – Wacipi – in Chamberlain. Nearly 200 youth dancers competed in a variety of categories. Four drum groups also participated, including St. Joseph’s own Chalk Hills Singers.