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March 2001
South Dakota Jaycee
State Officers

Rick Huntimer, President
Mary Krizan, MemVP
Beth Delzer, IDVP
Louis Hentges, CDVP
Angie Weber,, COB
Steve & Rhonda Weidner, P. A.’s
Ross Determan, Treasurer
Julie Anderson
, Chaplain
Kim Williams, Secretary
Julie Anderson, Chaplain
Tom Mortland, Legal Council

Chapter Services Center
909 N. Main St.
PO Box 863
Mitchell, SD 57301

Phone # 605-996-6308
Fax 605-996-6322

Office hours
Monday - Friday
9am - 3pm

Executive Secretary
Pam Stransky

South Dakota Jaycees

Wow, what a way to start the year! South Dakota Jaycees, congratulations on achieving our goal of membership growth for the month of January! With the cold, snow and less than desirable weather that we have been having, you all came through as a team and we should all be very proud of that. I cannot tell you how proud I am of each and every one of you. The final numbers for February are not in yet as I write this, but I am confidant that we will see great results as a team again.

I would like to take a moment and thank you all for the excitement and enthusiasm that was shown at our YearEnd Convention in Mitchell. The energy level that I saw at the events was amazing. The hospitality that you showed our special guest, National President Sydney Ward, was great. It showed exactly why the South Dakota Jaycees are one of the greatest groups around.

A similar opportunity exists for us right around the corner. On April 6-8, our North Central Institute Meeting will take place in Deadwood, SD. Here you will get the chance to have some valuable training, meet people from all around our region of states, see how other states do things, and most importantly, have fun with a bunch of people with a common goal. I understand that there will be some VIJ's there (Very Important Jaycees), including some past National Officers. Make your plans now, because you don't want to hear about it later and wish that you had been there.

As we continue to move forward through the year, remember to look at the impact that each and every one of us can have. Each of us has the power to change this organization. Each of us has the ability to create things that will be remembered by future generations of Jaycees. Each of us has the potential to do things that no one has ever thought of. And each of us has the courage to change ourselves, which sometimes can be the most difficult, yet rewarding change that there is. South Dakota Jaycees, thank you for all the hard work you have done, and thank you for believing in yourself and in this organization. Together we are a tremendous team, and together we will continue to succeed as a team.

Take care and keep believin'

Rick Huntimer

1 – Feb. National Close Out
1-4 – Local Prez summit Tulsa
3 – Regional Local Prez Summits TBA
17 – NE Regional Rally - Garretson
24 – SE Rgional Rally - Worthing
25 – State Mailing Articles due
29 – Closeout & Early Retention

1 – Coyote Article Due
2 – First Blue Chip Due
25 – PARADE info Due

25 – State Mailing Articles due
26 – Close out & Early Retention

11-12 1st Trimester Convention
25 – State Mailing Articles due
31 – Close out & Early Retention

20-23 National Convetion – Dayton OHIO
25 – State Mailing Articles due
28 – Close out & Early Retention

25 – State Mailing Articles due
26 – Close out & Early Retention
28 – State Volley Ball – Sioux Falls

1 – Coyote Article Due
25 – State Mailing Articles due
30 – Close out & Early Retention

25 – State Mailing Articles due
27 – Close out & Early Retention

25 – State Mailing Articles due
25 – Close out & Early Retention

1 – Coyote Article Due
25 – State Mailing Articles due

4 – Year End Close out
7 – Final Blue Chip Due
25 – State Mailing Articles due
31 – Coyote Article Due

1st Trimester Parade information is due in my office postmarked April 25
 due to the timeline of the May convention.


South Dakota Jaycees,

Did you have fun in Mitchell. SD Feb 2& 3rd I sure did by getting Community Development Program Manager 3rd Trimester for Handicap Comp Sales and got the wingman award from my friends.

I am also selling Handicap Camp T-shirts they cost $20.00 for each T-shirt and some of the money goes to the Camps so please use the order form and note what sizes you need they run from SM – XXXL.

Just order now in each size’s you need and the total of T-shirts together

If you want a t-shirt make the check out to J&B Screen Printing. So don’t forget the t-shirts are $20.00 each. Mail the order for & check to:

Mike "Kool" Grengs
222 8th Ave. S.w. #301
Watertown, SD 57201

See you in Aberdeen on May 11-13th, Also my theme every year is Get Excited. My song is I can’t Deny It for this year by Rod Stewart.

Mike "Kool" Grengs
Handicap Camp Sales & Promotions
Program Manager 2001

Slide show Pictures

Chapters and Executive Team, Please submit any and all pictures you may have
for the May Boards slide show to

Rhonda Weidner
47378 SD Hwy 50
Elk Point, SD 57025.




Hosted by:
The Garretson Jaycees

At the Garretson Legion Hall

Regional Rally Agenda:

3:30-4:30 Individual Development Opportunities

ID College/Competitions

4:30-6:00 Regional Rally

Entertainment Agenda:

6:00-6:30 Social Hour

7:00-9:00 Garretson Local Outstanding Young Banquet

9:00-???? Dance to follow OY Banquet

  • Social hour and OY Banquet is open to everyone!
  • A meal of either roast beef or ham will be available.
  • Cost of the meal and dance is $8, if you wear green, it is $7.
  • If you plan to attend this event, you must contact Brent Lindemann at 594-8110 by Wed. Mar. 7.




Individual Development VP

Beth Delzer

Hello South Dakota Jaycees--

The month of February brought a fantastic convention. We had wonderful training from Sydney Ward, the NVP, 2001. I am sure several nights were spent recruiting by several chapters. Thank you to all those chapters who have committed to a rehab or an extension. Your efforts are greatly appreciated. I would also like to thank Groton, Ipswich and Aberdeen for wonderful hospitality show to me on the weekend of the 17th. I had a wonderful time all the way around and look forward to getting up that way again in the future.

I don't know about all of you, but I am looking forward to March. March means one month closer to Spring. Even though I enjoy the snow, there is a time when enough is enough. March also means Regional Rally's. We will be doing something a little different with some of the ID Programming areas. Nothing too drastic, just a little variety. I will be looking forward to seeing you all there!!!

Beth Delzer--2001 IDVP

Directory Updates

District Director
Josh Bibierdorf W: 341-7500

Sturgis President is Jerrid Goebel
H: 720-4234

Colman’s President Bart Sample, 
214 S. Florence St. Colman, SD 57017 
H: 534-3897
Meeting place The Norman

Program Managers

Fam Life/ Spiritual Development
Dawn Rice

Dawn Connor
752 Lion Dr
Rapid City, SD

Shannon Brinkman
820 NE 3rd St
Watertown, SD 57201

Jaycee Jeopardy
Patty Kontz
308 W. 2nd Ave # 2
Humboldt, SD


If you have any more Updates as the Year goes along let Pam at the State Office know.

Community Development VP - Louis Hentges

Happy march everyone! It is hard to believe we are 2 months into the new year already. Well I just got back from a road trip with Pres. Rick, we went to Aberdeen, through the storm, and then attended the state Hot Shot competition in Lake Preston. Great job done by everyone involved in that. I am looking forward to many more fun trips to see events, so make sure you let me know when they are.
Many of you have received e-mails about siding the remaining cabins at the camp near Baltic. The cost for siding one cabin is $500, we will be
happy to accept donations of any amount. Checks can be sent in or presented in person on camp clean up days April 21 & 28. Also thank you to everyone who donated for the furnace.
Now I have to apologize to Elisa Bentler, at general membership meeting in Mitchell I forgot to bring up Diamond Skills. Big time vapor lock in my brain. Elisa is the program manager for diamond skills and the local competitions should be run in April. The state finals are scheduled for
May. If you have any questions contact Elisa. Sorry about that again Elsie.
Believe it or not spring is coming so the time is here to start thinking about Golf for Guardianship. Remember $5 of every card we sell goes to the Camps for the Exceptional. Just thinking about golfing makes me warm.
I have been in contact with Budweiser about corporate sponsorship for a friendly bartender competition more on that at a later date.
Remember the Northeast Regional Rally will be held March 17 in my own backyard of Garretson. Rally at 3:30-6:00, Garretson's local OYF
Banquet at 6:00-9:00, and a dance from 9:00-1:00. Cost for dinner & dance is $8.00 wear green and save a dollar. Admission to the dance
only is $2.00 or $1.00 if you wear green.
Keep those projects going and let me know if you need my help, other wise I'll see you all in Aberdeen for the next Boards.

Louis Hentges
2001 CDVP


Recruitment & Orientation Program Manager - Jo Wahle

The value of orientation

It's easy to forget to conduct new member orientations. We have so many activities going on, then it takes time to get in touch with the new members and put together a packet of materials and actually do the orientation.

The last time you started a job, did you receive some kind of orientation about the company and your role? If you joined a new church, was there a welcoming committee? What about the last time you moved to a new area - did you receive any kind of welcome packet that described your new town and some of the services available? The materials may or may not have been highly valuable, but how does it feel when no one even seems to acknowledge you're new?

Your members joined to meet people and get involved, but not all members are forward enough to jump in without a little direction. Even the types who will try anything will still probably

Recruitment & Orientation continued

appreciate that you took time out to show them the basics and introduce them to their new
organization. However you conduct orientations, it's worth the time.

Jo Wahle
Recruitment & Orientation Program Manager

Western Whispers from West DD Janet Naasz

Another month has flown by. Convention memories still near and dear to me. The convention reminded me of my start in Jaycees banquet evening when they were announcing new Senators. One of those Senators was my mentor. Nancy Steiger from Mobridge. I served with Nancy as an officer of the Jaycettes. She honored me with Jaycette of the Year. My start and firm belief in the Jaycees came from my first chapter. We always worked hard and many lasting friendships were made. During the past year when I was serving as local president, I relied on my skills I learned back then and support from the State and Past President Angie. Jaycees is truly a networking of friends and bridging new and old.

When speaking with the new President of Sturgis Chapter this past week in conversation we learned we were from the same home town. There again, even though we didn't know each other we have a common link.

Sturgis has some fun events planned for this year. One of there biggest is the Track meet they host in May. The date is May 5th. If anyone is in the area this would be the event to come and help them host and make it another success.

The Rapid City Chapter will be hosting the Bronco basketball on March 18. This event is named after it's participants. It's a game of BB of players from the Denver Bronco football team and then the Rapid Jaycees. From what I know of this, this will be a fun event. Come West and see this event.

Thanks to Nan and Jerrid for their help in new members to meet the challenge that I signed at convention. The West is BELIEVING AND ACHIEVING!!!!!!

Committed to Community

Membership Vice President

Mary Krizan

South Dakota Jaycees,

Hope this finds everyone happy and hopeful that we have just seen our last winter storm!

Good thing National President Sydney got a chance to see South Dakota in prime winter form! Wasn’t it exciting to have her come to Year End Convention!!! She is very impressed with our State and has great expectations for the South Dakota Jaycees. We can do anything we set our minds to.

We have just come off of one of our largest membership months of the year. The final numbers aren’t in yet, but I want to thank everyone for going out in less than pleasant conditions to spread the Jaycee opportunity to others!! You are the best! We have a lot of extensions and restarts in the works, and it is so exciting! I know it’s hard work now, but don’t forget to focus on the final result… a community being offered a great organization, that has the potential to become a great asset to everyone involved!!

There are many exciting events planned for this month!! It is great to see the Regions working on upcoming Rallies, which are perfect for a mid-trimester boost! We all need to get together to re-group and re-ignite our members and that’s exactly what will be happening in March!! Also, South Dakota has the honor of hosting the NCI meeting in Deadwood in April. Get your members there! It is sure to be a weekend of great training and fun. I know South Dakota will show the attending states what hospitality is all about!!

Keep Believing and you will Achieve!

Membership Vice President

Mary Krizan

*Executive Secretary Notes*

If anyone wants to submit articles, can you put them in Word format, I have had trouble copying some formats. I wish I could make them look as nice as they do when I get them, but I can at least get the information out there.

Thanks Pam

Humboldt Jaycees 6th Annual Casino Night

March 10th at the Humboldt Community Center

Black Jack, Chuck-a-Luck, Dice and More!

Games start at 7:30pm

Door prizes throughout the evening with the auction @ 10:30pm

Tacos and cash bar for your enjoyment.

Dealers are needed. If you can help, please contact Deb Webb at 363-3683.

Southeast Region Jumpin Jamboree

  • Worthing South Dakota

  • Saturday, March 24

  • Worthing, Legion (Main Street)

  • Registration starts at 6:45

  • Regional Meeting at 7:00

  • ID College at 8:30

  • Party at Boondocks 9:30 – close

  • Bring the Frogs and come on Down!

  • Door Prizes

  • Special Prize for the chapter that brings the most members

If you have any question contact, Kelli Bohls SERD 339-4998

I want to share this story with you it made me stop and think how great full I am to have been given the opportunity to join the Jaycees, without the opportunity I would not have met most of you! Please enjoy.

Her name was Mrs. Thompson. As she stood in front of her 5th grade class on the very first day of school, she told the children a lie. Like most teachers, she looked at her students and said that she loved them all the same. But that was impossible, because there in the front row, slumped in his seat, was a little boy named Teddy Stoddard.  Mrs. Thompson had watched Teddy the year before and noticed that he didn't play well with the other children, that his clothes were messy and that he constantly needed a bath. And Teddy could be unpleasant. It got to the point where Mrs. Thompson would actually take delight in marking his papers with a broad red pen, making bold X's and then putting a big "F" at the top of his papers. 

At the school where Mrs. Thompson taught, she was required to review each child's past records and she put Teddy's off until last. However, when she reviewed his file, she was in for a surprise. Teddy's first grade teacher wrote, "Teddy is a bright child with a ready laugh. He does his work neatly and has good manners...he is a joy to be around." His second grade teacher wrote, "Teddy is an excellent student, well liked by his classmates, but he is troubled because his mother has a terminal illness and life at home must be a struggle." His third grade teacher wrote, "His mother's death had been hard on him. He tries to do his best, but his father doesn't show much interest and his home life will soon affect him if some steps aren't taken." Teddy's fourth grade teacher wrote, "Teddy is withdrawn and doesn't show much interest in school. He doesn’t have many friends and he sometimes sleeps in class." 

By now, Mrs. Thompson realized the problem and she was ashamed of herself. She felt even worse when her students brought her Christmas presents, wrapped in beautiful ribbons and bright paper, except for  Teddy 's. His present was clumsily wrapped in the heavy, brown paper that he got from a grocery bag. Mrs. Thompson took pains to open it in the middle of the other presents. Some of the children started to laugh when she found a rhinestone bracelet with some of the stones missing, and a bottle that was one quarter-full of perfume. But she stifled the children's laughter when she exclaimed how pretty the bracelet was, putting it on, and dabbing some of the perfume on her wrist. Teddy Stoddard stayed after school that day just long enough to say, "Mrs. Thompson, today you smelled just like my Mother used to." 

After the children left she cried for at least an hour. On that very day, she quit teaching reading, and writing, and arithmetic. Instead, she began to teach children. Mrs. Thompson paid particular attention to Teddy. As she worked with him, his mind seemed to come alive. The more she encouraged him, the faster he responded. By the end of the year, Teddy had become one of the smartest children in the class and, despite her lie that she would love all the children the same, Teddy became one of her "teacher's pets." A year later, she found a note under her door, from Teddy, telling her that she was still the best teacher he ever had in his whole life. 

Six years went by before she got another note from Teddy. He then wrote that he had finished high school, third in his class, and she was still the best teacher he ever had in his whole life. Four years after that, she got another letter, saying that while things had been tough at times, he'd stayed in school, had stuck with it, and would soon graduate from college with the highest of honors. He assured Mrs. Thompson that she was still the best and favorite teacher he ever had in his whole life. Then four more years passed and yet another letter came. This time he explained that after he got his bachelor's degree, he decided to go a little further. The letter explained that she was still the best and favorite teacher he ever had. but now his name was a little longer - the letter was signed, Theodore F. Stoddard, MD.

The story doesn't end there. You see, there was yet another letter that spring. Teddy said he'd met this girl and was going to be married. He explained that his father had died a couple of years ago and he was wondering if Mrs. Thompson might agree to sit in the place at the wedding that was usually reserved for the mother of the groom. Of course, Mrs. Thompson did. And guess what? She wore that bracelet, the one with several rhinestones missing. And she made sure she was wearing the perfume that Teddy remembered his mother wearing on their last Christmas together. They hugged each other, and Dr. Stoddard whispered in Mrs. Thompson's ear, "Thank you, Mrs. Thompson for believing in me. Thank you so much for making me feel important and showing me that I could make a difference." Mrs. Thompson, with tears in her eyes, whispered back. She said, "Teddy, you have it all wrong. You were the one who taught me that I could make a difference. I didn't know how to teach until I met you." Warm someone's heart today . . . share this with someone.

Please remember that wherever you go, and whatever you do, you will have the opportunity to touch and/or change a person's outlook please try to do it in a positive way.

1st Lady

Is there someone in your chapter that needs a pat on the back for a job well done?
Is there someone in your chapter who believes in the Jaycees so much that they make you believe?
Is there someone in your chapter that deserves recognition because of their great achievement?
Is there someone in your chapter that is the true spirit the Jaycees should be about?

If so please nominate this person for the Spirit of the Jaycees award. See that the person who inspires you to Believe & Achieve can be recognized and celebrated by the Jaycee organization. See this person get the recognition that they so deserve. Awards are presented at each boards during the lunch segment. The nomination letters are read and the recipient can then be recognized and celebrated. This is a great morale boaster for the general membership to see a person so deserving be awarded.

So please consider nominating that special person in your chapter or in the Jaycee organization. Nominations should be sent (Tammy Huntimer 505 E 2nd Colton, SD 57018) or emailed ( to me by April 27th If you nominate via email please make sure I reply that I received your nomination, if not than send again.

Thanks for your consideration.
Tammy Huntimer
First Lady of the South Dakota Jaycees


Hello South Dakota Jaycees. For those of you that don’t know me my name is Teresa Morrisey and this year I am your Sustaining Member Program Manager. Some of you may be wondering what is a sustaining member and why you should participate with this program. A sustaining member is a support mechanism for businesses or individuals to support a local chapter like yours and/or the state organization.

The state has a program that is a $25.00 cost to the business or individual. For this the business or individual gets their business listed in the South Dakota Coyote magazine which is distributed 3 times a year and a plaque to display in their place of business recognizing their support. The following years when they are renewing their sustaining membership and continuing to support the organization they will actually receive a year plate to be added to their plaque recognizing the years of support. This mailing reaches approximately 1,500+ individuals across the state of South Dakota 3 times a year.

I cannot think of a better way to get advertising out to a large number of individuals for such a minimal fee and know that you are helping to support an organization committed to developing future leaders and improving communities. But this is not all. As I stated above this is also a potential revenue mechanism for your local chapters. You are welcome to charge any dollar amount above and beyond the $25.00 that you are submitting to the state and utilize that as funds to help the running of your chapter, possibly your newsletter, or supporting projects.

For example, you can charge a $50.00 sustaining membership cost. Send $25.00 of that to the state organization in which the sustaining member will receive a plaque recognizing their support and also have their business listing in the Coyote Magazine which is mailed to 1,500+ South Dakota Jaycees 3 times a year and keep the additional $25.00 for your local chapter. On your local level you can provide them a business card advertisement or business name listing for patronizing in your monthly communication that is distributed to your members. There are also chapters that charge even higher dollar amounts and include annual memberships with it. I will talk more about that in subsequent mailings.

So, what do you need to do to get one of your local businesses recognized as a South Dakota Sustaining Member? Just provide the Business or Individual’s name, address, identify if it is a new membership or renewal along with a $25.00 check to myself and I will do the rest of the work to ensure you receive the plaque’s and the information is supplied to the Coyote. My information is:

Teresa Morrisey

c/o SD Sustaining Membership Program

4 Penrose Dr.

McCook Lake, SD 57049

There are also parade points for paid Sustaining Membership submissions. The parade points will be verified by myself so it is imperative that you send all information and monies to me at the above address. If you have questions or an idea on this that you would like to run by me feel free to call me at 605-232-5022 or email me at Take advantage of this great revenue opportunity for your local chapter and the state. Our goal for this year is to increase our sustaining memberships to a minimum of 225. There will be updates on the South Dakota Jaycee website.

In Jaycees,

Teresa Morrisey

2001 Sustaining Membership Program Manager

Sustaining Members Form

General Membership Meeting

Saturday, February 3, 2001


Invocation-Julie Anderson

Pledge of Allegiance

Motion to accept Steve Weidner as Parliamentarian 1st Pierre 2nd Humboldt

Motion to approve agenda with additions of Bylaws to New Business

1st Madison 2nd Greater Dakota Valley

Roll Call

Motion to approve agenda as is with additions 1st Hartford 2nd Pierre

Treasurer’s Report given and motion to accept by 1st Humboldt 2nd Watertown

Old Business-OYF-President Rick discussed winner from Sisseton going to Nationals

Shooters Ed- No current bids. If presented, will be decided by exec board.

Onto- Laura Snow gave update and listed program managers. Also informed of dates for National Convention in Dayton, OH.

May Convention-Sandy DeWald informed members of rates and offered special rate of $40.00 if registered at this convention.

**Special Note** Holiday Inn requesting Jaycees to keep it down. If you receive 2 warnings you will be asked to vacate.

2002 Convention Updates-Checking options regarding National bylaw change which may effect our National convention but too early to tell. Sydney Ward will help Rick with planning.

Local President’s Summit-4 SD Presidents to attend.

Camp Updates-Vonita Gardner for Chad Albers. Informed of expenses for stays and a goal of $100,000 for Jaycees to donate this year. Will be opening March 1st. Vandalism has been great during last year. Looks like there will be a mobile home being moved in so someone is on site all of the time. Looking for work crews for the 21st and 28th of April. Need a new furnace approximate cost of $1500.00. Sioux Falls donated $500.00. Garretson will donate $750.00. Only needing $250.00 from other chapters.

NCI Meeting-April 6-8th in Deadwood, SD. Rates given of $60.00 for registration by 3/1/01. Rooms $59.00.

Dues Increase Update- Rates for SD to stay the same for now even though JCI upped from $8.50 to $10.50.

Approval of Old Business- 1st Pierre 2nd Estelline

New Business

PPK Bid & Return-Jim Anderson (Chamberlain) everything staying the same. Possible date of October 13. Still $35.00 entry fee. Motion to approve bid- 1st Colton 2nd Mitchell

Budget Approval-Motion by Groton 2nd by Hartford

Officer Appointment Approvals-West-Tom Connor, Josh Biberdorf, JanetNaasz. North Central-Natalie Neuharth. Northeast-Kim, Tom Mortland, Steve and Rhonda Weidner, Mary Krizan, Beth Delzer, Ross Determan.

State Volleyball-Sioux Falls will host on Saturday, July 28, 2001 at 10:00 am. Event will take place at Riverdale Park. 10 team limit of double elimination. $50.00 per team. Motion to approve by Aberdeen 2nd EPJ pending CPG and Deposit.

ByLaws-changes to:

Article 5-Dies no motion

Article 7-Motion by Laura Snow, Pierre to change 2nd by Sioux Falls. NAYE vote. Motion failed.

Article 3-Sioux Falls, Vonita Gardner, motion to accept as stated 2nd Vermillion. Discussion followed. Amend to change date to April 1st not May 30th by Greater Dakota Valley, Jeff Rabbit 2nd EPJ. All fail NAYE vote.**Call of division-Amendment passes changes to April 1st. Motion to approve 1st Pierre 2nd Greater Dakota Valley.

Article 4-Dies no motion.

Article 5-Dies no motion.

Article 6-Approved already clean up. Not necessary to vote.

Membership Commitments to Sydney Ward-Mary Krizan has list.

Foundation Report-Nancy Temple

Return the Favor (JCI)-Dan Harries

VP Reports

MDVP-Joel Boy resigned. Position open. Listed program managers.

Approval by Hot Springs 2nd Colton

IDVP-Beth Delzer-Approval by Sioux Falls 2nd Pierre

Membership-Mary Krizan-Approval by Hartford 2nd EPJ

CDVP-Louie Hentges-Approval by Garretson 2nd EPJ

President Rick’s Comments

Adjourn-Motion by Pierre 2nd by Watertown.


2001 SD State Jaycee Shooters Ed Match

Hosted by the Humboldt Jaycee Chapter
Saturday; April 7, 2001
Montrose High School Gymnasium

Ages 8 - 15

Registration: 8:00AM - 9:30 AM
Cost: $10.00 per participant

(will charge $2.50 more if desire NRA registered)

Awards at 5:00PM

Montrose is 25 miles West of Sioux Falls, SD or 42 miles East of Mitchell along I-90. If overnight lodging is required, the following motels are available in nearby towns:

Super 8 Motel in Madison = 256-6931

Lake Park Motel in Madison = 256-3524

Best Western U-Bar Motel in Canistota = 296-3466

Home Motel in Salem = 425-2828

We welcome you to join us for a very enjoyable match. It should be good competition and lots of fun! Hope to see you all in Montrose on April 7, 2001. Please call if you have any questions. Due to limited space, please register your team by March 30th.

Bryon Hahn Dave Froke

412 S. Washington 401 S. Jefferson

Humboldt, SD 57035 Humboldt, SD 57035 (605) 363-3074 (605) 363-3817

Shooters Education Schedule of Events

Shooters Education Match Registration Form