Chamberlain High School seniors walked across the stage in the Armory on May 17 to accept their diplomas and celebrate with friends and family. Left: Haley Stewart poses with her small
friend, Charley Gonzales, son of Steven Gonzales and Sunshine Schooler. Middle: Angela Kills in Water and Kyran Medicine Eagle stand in line as the ceremony begins. Right: Taylor
Cleland and Lucas Currin share a laugh before Superintendent Debbie Johnson welcomed the graduates and audience members to the 128th Annual Graduation Ceremony.
She is a fisherman, hunter, cheerleader, bowler and swimmer. She adores fashion. She cherishes friends. She enjoys work and loves to shop. She is also competitive, determined and resourceful. Yes, by all definitions that matter, Morgan Meagher of Chamberlain is a typical Midwestern teen girl.
When it comes to transient merchants, better know as peddlers or solicitors, the City of Chamberlain does not have any regulations who or what type of business can go about knocking on people’s doors.
Dakota Wesleyan University head women’s basketball coach Jason Christensen will be in Chamberlain to work with girl basketball players. Christensen will be entering his fifth season with the Dakota Wesleyan Lady Tigers this upcoming season.
Girls in grade 3-6 will have the opportunity to participate in a Basketball Academy this June and July. The academy will stress individual basketball fundamentals, ball handling, shooting, rebounding and footwork. This is also a fundraiser for the Lady Cubs basketball team.
– The Summer POWER Satellite program for middle school and high school athletes begins June 8. POWER is sponsored by Sanford Chamberlain and is a Satellite program of Sanford POWER in Sioux Falls.