Around The Region: Platte, Presho & Avon
A look at news from around the region, as reported by weekly newspapers:
BENEFIT AUCTION PLANNED: A benefit is planned for Paysen Munneke, a 3-year-old who was diagnosed with a rare blood disease. The disease has caused a decrease in Paysen's kidney function.
The benefit, featuring an auction, will be held Jan. 27 in Platte. The location and time of the benefit was not listed. For more information, contact Erynn Meyerink at (605) 680-0638.
— The Platte Enterprise
LYMAN SCHOOL BOARD VOTES TO BEGIN BUILDING PROJECT: At its Monday meeting, the Lyman School Board unanimously voted to begin phase one of the district's building project.
The $8 million addition to the Presho site is dependent upon the Presho City Council's agreement to vacate a portion of a local road to accommodate building. Architects presented alternate plans if the original is not approved.
— Lyman County Herald
FEEDING SOUTH DAKOTA STOPS IN AVON: Feeding South Dakota held a pop-up mobile food pantry on Friday in Springfield, Avon, Tyndall and Scotland.
The food distribution centers contained meat, produce and bakery products.
— The Avon Clarion