Clubs Centerville Christian Women's Brunch The Centerville Christian Women's Club cordially invites women of the area to a brunch on Aug. 11, at 9:30 a.m. We will be meeting at the Pascale Memorial Hall. Dee Hult of Centerville will be giving our special feature for the morning on Stepping Stones. You won't want to miss it. Dorothy and Katie Strom of Beresford will be sharing with us in music. Our speaker will be Judi Scherkenback of Mobridge. Come and hear what she has to say about "Even Though Fairy Tales are Fiction." Please call Lorraine 563-2320 by Aug. 9 to make your reservation for the brunch and free nursery.
Coyote Cubs 4-H Club
The Coyote Cubs 4-H club met on July 21 at 7 p.m., at the Joe Hubert farm. The club discussed the upcoming fair, and reviewed the club's responsibility. The Coyote Cubs voted to donate $100 to the Camp Lakodia Fund. Demonstrations were done by: Kate Renner � "Decorative Boxes"; Emily Renner � "Incubation"; Sarah Plate � "Dog Breeds"; Andrea Lias � "Chocolate Pretzels"; Sarah Lias � "Frozen Fruit Cup"; Tabitha Hubert � "Beef Showmanship"; Kyle Hubert � "Grooming Your Beef"; Tony Hubert � "Beef Barn Behavior"; and Amanda Aga � "Cuts of Beef." Tabitha Hubert also instructed the club on beef judging.
The next meeting is scheduled for Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Vermillion Safety Center.
Vermillion Rotary Club
Randy Houska called the meeting to order on this beautiful summer day. David Lias was present as a guest. M.L. Cornette was honored with the Paul Harris Fellow of the Year Award.
Missy Mayfield, Rotary member and musicologist at the Shrine to Music Museum presented the program. Along with the collection of approximately 7,000 musical instruments there is an even larger collection of music-related photographs, slides and other materials collected at the museum. Missy has been working mightily to bring more order and retrievability to these materials for the investigators who use our world class museum. To this end she has established a computer data base for the inventory. Presumably it is Y2K immune so that the virtual museum will not go "poof" in 150 odd days.
Sons of Norway
Lillehammer Lodge 1-633 SON met at the Riverside Park for a potluck picnic on July 20 at 6:30 p.m. Great food and fellowship was thoroughly enjoyed by members and guests.
A brief business meeting followed regarding the float entry to the River Boat Days Parade in August.
The Lillehammer Lodge fifth anniversary Celebration Dinner will be held at Kelly's Inn east of Yankton on HWY 50 at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 17. Cost is $11 per person (includes dinner, tax and gratuity. Entertainment will be provided by Wilbur and Elizabeth Foss.
Contact Bev Lowe 605-263-3521 or send checks to Carol Broderson, 44980 305th. St., Volin, SD 57072-6101. Members are encouraged to bring guests. If you have Norwegian attire, please wear it.
Senior Citizens Center
On July 26 the Senior Citizens Center had 12 pitch, six pinochle and 12 bridge players.
Bridge prizes went to Midge Carlson, high, Fern Wirth, second, Jim Prosser, third and Barbara Kronaizl, low.
Refreshments were furnished by Evelyn Riehle, Lola Lawrensen, Erna Frahm, Garnette Perry, Helen Danielson and Alice Johanson.
Drawings winners were: Eve Marshall, door prize; Jim Prosser, Mearl Brewer, Louise Scott, Barb Kronaizl and Margaret Schmidt.
The regular Wednesday card party July 28 had 10 pitch, four pinochle, three skip-bo and 20 bridge players.
Bridge prizes were won by Marlys Miller, high; Lola Christensen, second, Clois Smith, third, Howard Melstad and Jim Prosser tied for fourth, and Veronica Heines and Stella Anker tied for low.
Every week day there is China painting at the center. Come join us for cards, China painting, dinners, lunches, etc.
Refreshments were served Wednesday by the center.