Dear O’Gorman Parents & Students:
As we began the mad rush to begin our school year, August has come and gone. We would like to take this
opportunity to say THANK YOU to the parents and students who assisted us in moving our school materials and
furnishings into the new academic wings. We are extremely excited about our new classrooms. Our students and
teachers have adapted well to the new environment, classrooms and corridors. By late spring/early summer, we
will have our final academic wing completed (O-wing) along with the administrative and technology offices. When
all is said and done, we will have three new academic wings (O, G & K). The naming of O, G & K wings
represents our name O’Gorman Knights.
I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all of our parents and families for the support you have shown to
our great community over the years and throughout the “Building on Excellence” campaign. You have raised the
bar of expectation for all of us at O’Gorman, and we intend to exceed those expectations. At our open house on
Wednesday, Sept. 3rd, we had a record number of parents attend. Our open house was a success due largely to the
commitment and dedication of our parents and staff. As I mentioned at the opening session of our open house –
“THANK YOU” for sending your child(ren) to O’Gorman High School and for giving us the opportunity to
educate your child(ren). We are excited about our new classrooms and all the new furnishings provided to us. We
will continue to be “Good Stewards of the Gifts Entrusted to Us.”
* Our student enrollment has increased to 751 students. This is the 6th consecutive year that we have increased our
enrollment. Families are excited to join the Sioux Falls Catholic School System and to be a part of the O’Gorman
community. The success of our students in the areas of academics, community service, performing arts, and
athletics has provided a platform that allows our students to shine and create excitement.
* I encourage our parents to attend the upcoming Homecoming Mass on Friday, September 26th @ 10:30 a.m. in the
* As we move throughout the fall semester, please keep in mind that our first parent-teacher conference is
scheduled for Thursday, November 6th in the Rec. Ctr. from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
* Our Christmas vacation runs from Monday, December 22nd through Friday, January 2nd.
* In addition to Christmas vacation, our comprehensive semester finals will arrive the week of January 12 th. Finals
week begins on Monday, January 12th with the final exams held on Wednesday, January 14th through Friday,
January 16th. We ask that you assist us by not planning your vacation plans during final weeks. Having your child
present during semester finals reduces the level of anxiety for the student and teacher. Thank You!
“LET NO ONE EVER COME TO YOU WITHOUT LEAVING BETTER AND HAPPIER”
COMMUNITY - FAITH- EXCELLENCE!
“We’ve Got It All!”
Kyle L. Groos
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Knight Lights .................................................................................................................................... 3
SFCS Questions and Answers ........................................................................................................... 4, 5
Student Information .......................................................................................................................... 6
Campus Ministry ............................................................................................................................... 7
ACT Prep Information ...................................................................................................................... 8
Guidance Department News ............................................................................................................. 9, 10, 11
Knight Line Directory Information ................................................................................................... 12
FCA Schedule ................................................................................................................................... 13
The Knight Letter will attempt to recognize individual students for their achievements in and out of school. If your high
school child receives an award or is recognized for some other achievement for an activity outside of school, please call the
Activities Office at 575-3300, or fax the information to 575-3398, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SF Baseball Team wins Tourney - The Sioux Falls Cobras, a 14-and-under baseball team, won the
triple-A division of the Gopher State Tournament of Champions on Sunday in Andover, MN. The 32-
team field consisted of some of the top big-school baseball teams in Minnesota. After making it through
pool play Friday and Saturday, the Cobras won three straight games on Sunday, defeating Osseo-Maple
Grove 7-5, Burnsville 11-9, and Andover 10-4 in the title game. The Cobras were the only non-
Minnesota team in the tournament.
The team consists of boys from the city of Sioux Falls in 6 different schools. They are (From O’Gorman)
Damon Baruth, Alex Nelson, and Connor Schaefbauer; (From Lincoln) Josh Kunzmann and Alex
Schultz; (From Roosevelt) Scott Tyler; (From Washington) Brooks Cross, Patrick Fiala, Kevin Freisner,
and Cody Havermann; (From Memorial Middle School) Nate Gerry; and (From Edison Middle School)
Jon Hander. The core team for the SF Cobras, have been playing together for the past 4 years.
Laura Hey received one of two college scholarships awarded during the 2008 session of Girls State held
during the last week of May at the University of SD in Vermillion. She received the Bonnie Slade
Memorial Scholarship, which is to be used for college expenses.
"Joe Viereck T-shirts, headed by Hannah Statz last spring... raised a total of $400.29. That money went
into the Joseph Viereck Memorial Scholarship Fund.
Brian Voss, a junior at O'Gorman High School, received his Eagle Scout rank award at his Court of
Honor on August 24, 2008 at Holy Spirit Church. Brian is a member of the Sertoma Boy Scout Troop
48. Brian was chosen as one of five recipients of the Sioux Falls Stampede "Teammates in the
Community" grants, which provided funding for this Eagle Scout community project. For his Eagle Scout
project he lead his fellow scouts in the construction of 2 picnic shelters for Lake Pahoja Recreation Area
OGHS will make every effort to include the information we receive from our parents regarding OGHS student
accomplishments outside school. However, we are responsible only for the information we receive from parents. If your
child’s name was omitted from any of the information, please call the Activities Office and we will include your child in
the next month’s Knight Letter. Thank You!
Our opening session of Power of a Praying Parent is on Tuesday, Sept. 16 @ 7 a.m. Due to
construction, the OG chapel is located at the end of the "K" wing by the north (new) parking lot and
closest to Kiwanis. There is a door at the end of the wing by the parking lot, and the chapel room is the
first door on the right. Sr. Easley has said the door will be unlocked for us to meet at 7:00 a.m. our usual
practice time. I am so excited to start up our weekly prayer again, and ready to offer our children and
school to the Lord. Please come and invite a new friend or remind an old friend to try us out. Sincerely,
Superintendent · Admissions · Development · Personnel · Alumni · Business Office · Foundation
336-6241 575-3358 336-6354 575-3350 575-3360 335-6557 575-3343
Q & A from the Superintendent….
Question: What is SFCS’s relationship to the Sioux Falls hospitals?
The largest employers of families having children in SFCS are Sanford and Avera hospitals. Both have a history
of giving to us and both have given to the Building On Excellence Campaign. Both have an interest in having
strong public and private schools. This is practical in attracting medical personnel to Sioux Falls and in
developing their future workforce. We greatly appreciate their support.
The success of Catholic education and Catholic health care is due to the religious sisters who founded McKennan
and staffed the Sioux Falls Catholic schools. Today, Presentation and Benedictine sisters form the Avera
Corporation, which continues to have a mission similar to SFCS. The campaign provided a great opportunity for
the two Catholic institutions to partner in a way that would promote the common mission of faith-based health
Some of the areas where the partnership might be obvious include:
Support for each other’s mission
Health education opportunities in classrooms, newsletters and in-services
Health screenings (height/weight, vision/hearing, etc.).
Volunteer nursing program
Career preparation and exposure
Coordinated support of community projects (cancer screenings/events, blood donations, health fairs)
We are very pleased with the partnership with Avera and appreciative that Sanford Health has given generously
to the endowment to assist SFCS teachers’ salaries. We are fortunate to have the support of these two generous
organizations to assist in this historic campaign!
Q & A from the Superintendent….
Question: What was the purpose of Summer Jam? Were there problems with some of
the entertainment? Will Summer Jam continue?
The Board originally instituted this event to replace the funds which were being donated by the Sioux Falls
parishes to provide reduced tuition for Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Josephine Bakhita families in grades K-6
at St. Joseph Cathedral. Many people have volunteered over the past few years in an attempt to achieve the
Board’s goal to conduct an event that would produce revenue from sources other than our traditional donors.
After three years at Great Bear, the Summer Jam Committee moved the event to Canaries Stadium, hired a new
promoter and booked a more well-known band. This proved to be a good move in reducing staff workload,
providing parking and attracting a larger audience. Unfortunately, the entertainment was not representative of
the SFCS mission and caused a perception that SFCS Catholics believe that the end justified the mean – right
cause, wrong vehicle.
Although this will be a disappointment to many who have worked so hard for this worthy cause, we are at the
point where we have determined that the resources going into the production of the event, and the areas for
which we have very little or no control, lead us to believe that it would be best to discontinue this event. I
personally offer my apologies to anyone who attended this year’s event and to the general community for
allowing entertainment which was contrary to our mission of promoting Gospel values. We will continue to
explore other means of supporting the Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Joseph Bakhita educational mission.
Question: Were the improvements at McEneaney Field necessary? How were the funds
Most people recognized the need and limited functionality that O’Gorman had with regard to the deteriorating
activity surface at McEneaney Field. The condition of the field was such that it could only be used for varsity
football games and other locations had to be sourced for varsity soccer or sub-varsity soccer or football practices
or games, band practice, while rentals or other uses were not even a possibility. With limited space for activities,
there was strong support for the new turf (primarily funded by a couple of entities). Through the generosity of
Pete and Mado Peterson, a new eight-lane track has been constructed. O’Gorman was the only larger high
school in the state that did not have an eight-lane track.
A number of people have expressed concern about the amount spent for the new scoreboard. That is a legitimate
concern as we look to raise teachers’ salaries and control tuition increases. The facts are that the sign cost
$375,000 and has generated over $700,000 in pledges and advertising. No dollars came from operations or the
general campaign. The funding has come from a few sources. Future revenue generated by the sign will help
fund many needs.
It is very important that O’Gorman continue to improve all facilities and programs but at no time should those
endeavors get in the way of teachers’ salaries or affordable tuition. We believe we have been good stewards by
maximizing the use of our land and entering into agreements (e.g., advertising) to improve facilities while not
taking from the priority areas.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Sept. 24 Late Start – Classes begin at 9:05
Sept. 25 Homecoming Variety Show 7:00 pm in main gym
Sept. 26 Homecoming Mass 10:30 am in main gym
Sept. 29 Junior Parent Meeting 6:30 pm in auditorium
Oct. 1 National College Fair in Minneapolis
Oct. 2 OGHS school picture retakes during 4 & 5 periods-main gym
Oct. 6 Senior Parent Meeting 6:30 pm in auditorium
Oct. 8 Planning Day @ Elmen Center for Juniors
Oct. 10 No School – In Service Day
Oct. 13 No School – Native American Day
Oct. 22 Late Start – Classes begin at 9:05
Attention 2009 Senior Parents! OG All-Knighter Meeting-The first parent meeting for the 2009 OG All-
Knighter after graduation party is on Wednesday October 15th @ 7pm in the Ronning Library public meeting
room. If you are a senior parent who wants to participate, this is the meeting to attend. We will need people to
party plan so come help us get started. Planning the event is half the fun. To get on a committee, call Karen
Johnson at 336-8395 or email@example.com . We will need everyone’s help with the event! We aren’t sure how
many are faithful readers of the newsletter online, so please spread the word! Remind people to get on the email
list and keep us current, call Mary Lais at 334-0485 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any email address changes. We
will be collecting fees at fall conferences, but if you have questions about your balance due, call Molly Heisler at
338-4336 or email@example.com . Please call with any questions you have. Hope to see you at the meeting!
KNIGHT LEGEND - Order your 2008-2009 Knight Legend Yearbook today. The theme of Something Old,
Something New will focus on the transitions taking place at O'Gorman. This limited edition is available for $50
and may be purchased in room G-17. No extra copies will be ordered, and sales will be for a limited time only
SCHOOL PICTURE RETAKES will be held on Oct. 2nd during lunch periods. Students should bring their
picture packets with them and report to the main gym during their specific lunch periods.
FREE DESSERT??????? Bring in a can of food or a food item on Oct. 16th and you will receive a free dessert in
the cafeteria during your lunch period.
GOT MILK – MILK MUSTACH - Oct. 22nd you can have your picture taken in the cafeteria with a milk
mustache for $1.00. Join in the fun!
FRESHMEN UNITY DAY HIGHLIGHTS - On August 28th, the school year opened with Freshmen Unity Day,
as the faculty, staff and seniors welcomed the incoming freshmen to our O+Gorman Faith Community. While all
students were required to attend the orientation portion of the day, the seniors volunteered to spend the entire day
preparing the freshmen for their first day of school and beyond. Freshmen were able to reunite with, and in some
cases meet their classmates, as well as tour the building and walk through their schedule. Parents joined us at the
close of the day to celebrate Mass. They also had the opportunity to listen to two seniors, Francesca Fogarty and
Joe Scholten, reflect on how our faith community has impacted their lives. The success of the day, in large part,
was due to the positive attitudes and extraordinary energy of the seniors involved. According to the freshmen,
Unity Day helped them become more comfortable with their surroundings and made them feel at home in their new
school. Welcome class of 2012! We hope you enjoy the next four years here!
Campus M n stry
Greetings in Christ! May God’s peace be with you as we begin another school year!
I am excited to be returning to O†Gorman for my third year, and I look forward to working with
your children and meeting many more of you.
All students are invited to participate in Campus Ministry activities. Events are announced through
the daily Student Bulletin, as well as in Theology classes, and sign up sheets are always located in
the Campus Ministry office (Room K-100). Students may participate in whichever activities they
choose, i.e. signing up for one Habitat for Humanity workday doesn’t obligate them to sign up for
other events. Upcoming activities include:
Prayer/Discussion Groups Students for Life Activities
During periods 4B and 5D, students October is Respect Life month! Our first
meet in the Campus Ministry office for meeting for Students for Life will be on
small group discussions and prayer. Friday, September 19. We will discuss
Topics TBA- interested students can see the annual Respect Life Mass at the
Ms. Moser for more details. Cathedral, the Life Chain on 41st St.,
Spiritual Adoption of an Unborn Child,
and other activities. Meetings will be
Habitat for Humanity held in Campus Ministry (K-100), and
Three Saturdays have now been set as students may attend at either at 7:30 am
Habitat for Humanity workdays for OG OR 3:30 pm.
students. Workdays will run from 8-
11am on Sept. 20, Sept. 27, and Oct. 4. Serving at The St. Francis House
To participate, students must fill out
waiver/permission and safety forms. On Thursday, Oct. 9, several O†Gorman
students will be needed to serve the
evening meal at The St. Francis House.
Visit to Carmelite Monastery
Wednesday, October 1 is the Feast of St.
Therese of Lisieux, and Campus Ministry Senior Time Retreat
will be taking students to Alexandria, SD The Senior Time Retreat on Wednesday,
to join the Carmelite sisters for a Novus October 17 is an opportunity for
Ordo Latin Mass. We will also have the O†Gorman seniors to prepare for
opportunity to visit with two of the lifestyle changes, challenges, and
sisters about their vocation to the choices they will be facing in college.
cloistered religious life. Interested Held at Holy Spirit Parish, the day will
students can see Ms. Moser for more include talks, activities, recreation, and
details. time for personal reflection and prayer.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at 575-3347 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You
can also visit the Campus Ministry website for more information. I look forward to working
with your teens and with you!
ACT TEST PREP SEMINAR
O’Gorman High School
3201 S. Kiwanis Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
Dates have been set for the fall session of the O’Gorman ACT Test-Prep Seminar. The session will
meet on the following dates and times:
Sept. 24, Oct. 1, 8, 15, and 19
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
(*the final evening will run 5:30 – 9:30 with practice testing)
The twelve hours of instruction will include an overview of the ACT and its contents,
test-taking strategies for the ACT, review of each of the four content areas, and a full-
length test simulation. Cost for the course is $90, which includes a fee to cover the study
guide and other class materials. The registration fee must accompany the form below in
order to reserve a spot. Please detach the registration form and return it with
registration fee to:
O’Gorman High School
Attn: Joan Mahoney, Seminar Coordinator
3201 S. Kiwanis Ave.
Sioux Falls, SD 57105
Class size is limited. Classes are filled on a first come first serve basis. Deadline for registration
(on a space available basis) is two weeks prior to the start of each class.
ACT Prep-Seminar Registration
(Return this form with $90 to O’Gorman High School to reserve your spot)
Call Joan Mahoney at OGHS (605) 575-3309 for more information.
GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NEWS
Welcome to the 2008-2009 school year! The guidance department is here to serve the students. It is our hope that
students and parents utilize the services available: individual counseling, college information, scholarship and
career information, scheduling, course planning, etc.
The guidance department consists of counselors Art Hagg and Donna Carlson, and registrar Sue Knight. Counselor
Angie Rotter is also here half-time (Tuesdays and Fridays) providing individual counseling and prevention
SENIORS: You should be in the planning phase of the college application process. Narrow down your choices
and start your application process within the next two months. Set a deadline for yourself to have your applications
in by Thanksgiving, with an absolute deadline of Christmas. Financial aid and scholarship deadlines will follow.
The counselors will be visiting the senior English classes with information to help them with the timelines and the
college application process.
COLLEGE AND CAREER PLANNING DAYS: This event will be held at the Augustana Elmen Center on
Wednesday, October 8th. The event runs from 8am until 12pm, with O’Gorman students scheduled to attend
from 8-9 a.m. Students will report directly to the Elmen Center for attendance. All juniors will be required to
attend. Senior attendance will be optional. Seniors wishing to attend will be required to sign-up in their English
classes. Parents are welcome and encouraged to attend any time throughout the day. Colleges and technical
schools from South Dakota and surrounding states, as well as military representatives will be in attendance to visit
NATIONAL COLLEGE FAIR: On Wednesday, October 1st, we will be taking a bus to the National College
Fair at the Minneapolis Convention Center. 400-500 colleges nationwide will have representatives in attendance.
This is a good opportunity for your student to talk to representatives and get information from colleges. We will
take up to 50 juniors. Cost is $30.00 and a space will be reserved only when registrations are received with
payment. Contact the guidance office at 575-3320 for more information.
CAREER/COLLEGE INFORMATION: A new on-line program called Career Cruising will be available in the
near future. We will notify students and put information on the website when it’s up and running.
COLLEGE INFORMATION: In the near future, we will be talking to SENIORS regarding the post-secondary
planning process. We will discuss timelines regarding applications, scholarships, financial aid, testing, etc. We
will also provide them several websites to help in the process.
TESTING: The PSAT/NMSQT will be administered on Wednesday, October 15th from 8-11 a.m. The PSAT is
also the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. It is NOT a college admission test, but is useful as an
additional testing experience under timed conditions. The test is administered to juniors and sophomores with a
strong academic background. Students can sign up for the test in the Guidance Office. Cost is $15.
CAREER/COLLEGE INFORMATION NIGHT FOR PARENTS: Following are the dates for our parent
meetings. These nights are designed to inform parents about various aspects of guidance services, including high
school course planning, post-high planning, career information, and timelines to follow.
All meetings start at 6:30 in the high school auditorium.
Juniors Monday, September 29th
Seniors Monday, October 6th
Sophomores Tuesday, November 18th
Freshmen Monday, November 24th
PSAT/NMSQT Juniors/Sophomores Wednesday, October 15th a.m.
PLAN Sophomores Fall testing window TBD
TEST Test Date Registration Deadline Late Registration Deadline
ACT Oct 25 Sep 19 Sept 20 – Oct 3
ACT Dec 13 Nov 7 Nov 8-20
ACT Feb 7 Jan 6 Jan 7-16
ACT Apr 4 Feb 27 Feb 28 – March 13
ACT June 13 May 8 May 9-22
SAT Oct 4 Sep 9 Sept 16
SAT Nov 1 Sep 26 Oct 10
SAT Dec 6 Nov 5 Nov 18
SAT Jan 24 Dec 26 Jan 6
SAT Mar 14 Feb 10 Feb 24
SAT May 2 Mar 31 Apr 9
SAT June 6 May 5 May 15
Sep 22 Augustana 1:30 pm
Sep 29 UNL 1:30 pm
Oct 8 Gustavus Adolphus 1:00 pm
Oct 9 St. Olaf 9:00 am
Oct 21 Buena Vista 9:00 am
Oct 23 SDSU 9:00 am
Nov 4 Mt. Marty 1:30 pm
The South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship provides $5,000 over four years to a qualifying student who attends an
eligible higher education institution in South Dakota. The funding for this scholarship was appropriated during the
recent legislative session. Recipients receive $1,000 per year for the first three years and $2,000 for the senior year
of college. The criteria for the scholarship is as follows:
1. Have an ACT composite score of 24 or higher. If using an SAT score, the sum of the verbal and math scores
must be at least 1070. The score must be attained before the student graduates from high school.
2. Complete high school course requirements commonly known as the Regents Scholar curriculum with no final
grade lower than a C and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. The Regents Scholar curriculum is as
4 credits of English
3 credits of social studies
4 credits of Algebra I or higher-level math*
4 credits of science
2 credits of same language (Spanish, German, etc.)*
1 credit of fine arts (art, music, theater)
1/2 credit of computer science
*Algebra I and Spanish I taken in the 8th grade can be used, BUT must be transcripted with grade to the high
school transcript and be figured into the student’s cumulative high school grade point average.
3. Must attend a South Dakota NCA accredited university, college, or technical school. A student attending
college out of state and transferring back to a South Dakota school may retain some scholarship eligibility if
he/she meets the established criteria. Once in college, certain grade point average and credit requirements must
be maintained to renew the scholarship.
Questions can be addressed to the Guidance Office at 575-3320 or the Board of Regents website at www.sdbor.edu.
Dear O’Gorman Parents/Guardians:
A family directory is compiled every year to assist O’Gorman families in communication with one
another. Our goal is to have the directory available by Song of O’Gorman on October 20, 2008. It will
also be for sale at the Parent Teacher Conferences in November.
In an attempt to have this directory as accurate as possible, we are requesting you to complete the form
below. The deadline is September 22, 2008. If we do not receive a completed form from you, we will
compile the information off our records.
Please print for ease in reading the information for high school students only. If you do not wish to
have any portion of the information listed in the directory, please note accordingly. We will not print
address or phone numbers for any parent living outside the Sioux Falls area.
You can either mail the bottom portion, have your student drop it off in the Activities Office, or e-mail
Dody in the Activities Office at email@example.com. Thank you for your cooperation on this project. If
you have any questions, please feel free to call Dody in the Activities Office at 575-3300.
Student’s Name _________________________________________ Grade _________
Student’s Name _________________________________________ Grade _________
Student’s Name _________________________________________ Grade _________
City _____________________________ State ________ Zip ________________
Phone Number ____________________________________________
Father’s Name _______________________ Address __________________________________
Mother’s Name ______________________ Address __________________________________
_____ Please check if you would like both the father and mother’s
address listed (if applicable).
_____ Please check if you do not want to be listed in the directory.
Integrity, Serving, Teamwork, & Excellence
Subject to Change
Day Date Activity Lesson Place Time
W 9/17 Brian Hansen/Kickball FCA Purpose Mac/Rec Center 7:30pm
W 10/1 Board Games Integrity Cafeteria 7:30pm
W 10/15 Movie Knight- Community Auditorium 7:00pm
M 10/20 Song of O’Gorman Excellence Rec Center 7:30pm
W 10/22 Family to Family Service Family to Family: 7:00pm
Directions in Office
Th- 10/24- Fall Play Excellence Auditorium 7:30pm/
Mon 10/27 Sun@2:00pm
F 10/31 Trick or Treating Service CCHS Front 6:30 – 7:35pm
T 11/4 Indoor Marching Band Excellence/C OGHS Cafeteria TBA
W 11/5 Bowling Community Empire Bowl 9:30-10:45pm
1 game & shoes for
M 11/17 OGHS Serves supper Service/ Banquet TBA
W 11/19 Matball Community Rec Center 7:00pm
T 11/25 Dusty Excellence Rec Center 7:30pm
W 12/3 4-way Volleyball Community Rec Center 7:30pm
Fri- 12/5- Children’s Play Excellence Auditorium F & Sat: 7:30pm
Sun 12/7 Sat & Sun:
W 12/10 Ginger Bread House Community Cafeteria 7:00pm
Building w/ Student
M 12/15 Christmas Vespers Community Cathedral 7:30pm
W 1/7 College Speaker Panel Integrity Chorus Room 7:30PM
Th 1/15 Winter Band Concert Excellence Auditorium 7:30PM
W 1/28 OGHS Serves breakfast Service/ Banquet TBA
W 1/28 Movie Knight “Hoosiers” Community Auditorium 7:00pm
Sun 2/8 Coffee House Capers Excellence Oaks Hotel TBA
W 2/11 Ice Skating Community TBA TBA
W 2/26 Empty Bowls Faith Cafeteria 5pm – 7pm
W 3/18 Stan Biondi/Lightning Faith Rec Center 7:30pm
W 3/25 Ed Whiting/Matball Faith Rec Center 7:30pm
W 4/8 Easter Egg Coloring Service CCHS 6:30-7:30pm
Sat 4/11 Avera Easter Egg Hunt Service Avera Sports Dome 8:15am-11:00
W 4/29 Senior Share Excellence Chorus Room 7:30pm