The James Valley Community Center Farmer’s & Flea Market

The James Valley Community Center Farmer’s & Flea Market will operate each Saturday through September 27 from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm at the 5th & Main Parking lot.. The market will feature fresh produce, farm fresh eggs, home baked items, home canned items, crafts, rummage items and more. For vendor space information call 770-2604. All vendors are welcome. Like our Facebook page to stay in touch also,

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LifeServe: Corsica Community Blood Drive

Corsica Community Blood Drive, Thursday, August 21, 2014 from 3:00 PM – 5:30 PM at Community Building, Main Street.

Sign up to save a life today! Schedule a blood donation appointment online at or call 800.287.4903.



Corn Palace Craft & Home Product Show

Tupperware ~ Sue Bannwarth’s Canning ~ Rada Knives Scentsy ~ Baby Items & Fleece Quilts ~ US Borne Books Norwex ~ Luck Creations ~ Thirty-one Gifts ~ Pampered Chef ~ Reliv ~ Tastefully Simple ~ All Decked Out ~ Scarves ~ Stanley / Fuller  Permanent Make-up by Eileen ~ Wine Toppers & Bowls by Gene Hanten ~ Celebrating Home ~ Jewelry In Candles ~ It Works ~ Dove Chocolate Discoveries ~ Simply Fun ~ Signature Homestyles Steeped Tea ~ Mialisia ~ Origami Owl Personalized Jewelry & Much More! !

For more information please contact Tiffany @ 770-2276


Dakota Wesleyan Women’s Football Clinic “Tiger Football X’s & O’s”

Dakota Wesleyan Women’s Football Clinic
Presented by the DWU Football coaching staff: Ross Cimpl, Jason Glasco, Josh Kotecki, Houston Jones, Andrew Crenshaw, & Brian Rose

The content of this clinic is geared toward providing basic and fundamental information in lecture and interactive format that will take your knowledge to the next level. After the clinic, there will be a social hour with wine tasting (for participants over the age of 21) and desserts.

Friday, Aug. 22, from 7-9 p.m. at the Dakota Discovery Museum, 1300 McGovern Ave, located across the street from the DWU campus.
Tickets are $40 (pre-registration is required) and include: Women’s clinic Wine tasting
Light desserts T-shirt – IF RSVP by August 8 (And the privilege of seeing the art in the Dakota Discovery Museum – a $7 value)

To purchase ticket(s) or for more information, contact: Linda Cimpl at, 605-770-6411 Or mail the attached form to: Dakota Wesleyan University Attn: Linda Cimpl
1200 West University Blvd. Mitchell, SD 57301

Limited to the first 100 participants! Don’t wait, RSVP as soon as possible and enjoy a night out with your women friends and family!

This event is sponsored by: Wells Fargo Bank & County Fair Food Store
Proceeds will be donated to the DWU Football Team!


Fly Like Brae Benefit

On July 4, 4-year-old Braelynn gained her angel wings due to a tragic drowning accident at Lake Kampeska in Watertown. There will be a 5k run/walk benefit, along with a pork feed, and silent/live auction at Commerce Street Grille and Bar in Plankinton on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at 3:00pm to assist the family with expenses.


If you would like to donate to the live or silent auction contact Wendy at 605-254-3248 or Whitney at 605-999-4794.



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