Clubs Centerville Christian Women's Club
Let us entertain all of you ladies in the area at our Centerville Christian Women's brunch Oct. 10 at 9:30 a.m. at the Pascale Memorial Hall.
Marilyn Lauritzen will provide us with special music. Eunice Oakland has a wonderful collection of music boxes she will be showing us that she has obtained over the years.
Have fun picking up some great produce and baked items to enjoy. The proceeds will be given to Stonecroft Ministries for their Village Missionaries at Christmas time.
Polly Vander Vorst of Trail City will let us know what life is like living on a ranch with five children and no cooking skills.
To make your reservations for the brunch and free nursery, please call Wilhelmina Jorgenson at 326-5562, Ardis Johnson at 563-2829, or Lois Lounsbery at 763-5284 by Oct. 8.
Invite a friend or neighbor � she will be glad you did.
Senior Citizens Center
Twenty pitch, four pinochle and 16 bridge players came to the Senior Citizens Center Sept. 26 for an afternoon of testing their luck with cards.
Marlys Miller had high in bridge; Adeline Isaacson, second; Leona Kryger, third; Maurice Erickson, blind bogie; and Barb Ernst, low.
Servers were Lucy Storm and Opal Marshall.
Vermillion Rotary Club
Vermillion High School Athletic Director Gary Culver, who also serves as the Tanagers' head football coach, told Vermillion Rotarians Tuesday his team likely will make it to the state high school playoffs, despite some difficulties.
This season hasn't been without unique challenges for the Tanagers. Their home field, the DakotaDome, remains off limits because of new roof construction. So the team's "home" games have actually been away, at Crane-Youngworth Field in Yankton.
Some key players for the team have been knocked out of action because of injury, he said. Thad Roche has been hampered by a strained hamstring. Eric Rickord's football season ended after he suffered a head injury during the Tanagers' game against Canton. And Matt Bedard has had to take it easy after suffering a mild concussion.
The Tanagers are first in their "new" region which includes teams toward the south and west. Traditional rivals Lennox and West Central aren't in this region, but are still on the Tanagers' regular season schedule.
"We assume we'll be in the playoffs and we probably won't face either Lennox or West Central after the regular season until the semi-final or the championship round," Culver said.