Canistota American Legion Post 162 Bingo

Canistota American Legion Post 162 will be having Bingo from 2-5pm starting October 4 through March 6, every first Sunday of the month.  We will play for 50/50 and our sponsors have donated a $25 blackout prize that we’ll pay for the last game.  Every tenth game 50/50 will go to the BIG blackout pot that will be played for at the March event.

We would like to thank our community sponsors:  Lambertz Properties, Anderson Publications, Baxa’s Good Times Cafe & Pub, Larry’s Service, The Depot Inn, and the Total Stop.

Come on out and enjoy the fun!


Fall Prevention Strategies and Screenings

Have you fallen in the last 6 months?
Do you steady yourself by holding on to furniture when walking at home?
Do you need to push with your hands to stand from a chair?
Are you ever light headed or dizzy?

If you answered YES to any of the above questions, please join therapists from Integrated Therapy Services (a division of Avera) as they present a four part series of FALL PREVENTION strategies and screenings.

This Fall Prevention program will help teach you strength and balance exercises, and discuss community mobility, assistive devices, appropriate footwear, home safety and the effects of low vision and medication on fall prevention. Sessions will be held at James Valley Community Center from 10:45-11:30 on:
Wednesday, October 7th – Footwear, Assistive Devices and Community Mobilty
Wednesday, October 21st – Home safety
Wednesday, November 4th – Vision and Medication and how they affect fall risk

Free personalized 1:1 fall screening will be completed on site after each session.

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United Methodist Church Annual Roast Beef Supper

The United Methodist Church Annual roast beef supper will be held on Wednesday, October 7, 2015

The Serving time will be from 5 30pm to 7 30 pm. Adults get in for $9.00, children 12 and under get in for $4.00 and children 6 and under get in free.

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Senior Day

Senior Day will be on October 8 2015 at the Moose Lodge

Admission will be $6.00 and comes with a meal

Join us at the Moose Lodge for a day filled with * Live Music* Dancing *Fun*Food*Door Prizes* Fellowship


United Blood Service Blood Drive in Forestburg

There will be a blood drive on Thurs, Oct 8 from 9-1:30pm Forestburg, SD at Sanborn Central High School-4H & Ag Bldg.
Sponsor: National Honor Society Tracy Moody at 495-4183 OR go to and enter code: sancen


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