The Mitchell Public Library accepting donations for new book sale

The Mitchell Public Library is again accepting donations of books for the new book sale room. All donations must be in clean and usable condition. No donations of equipment will be accepted.

The new book sale room will officially open on Friday, January 2nd, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. The room will be available to the public during library hours.

All proceeds will be used for programming and events at the Library.

For more information, please contact Jackie Hess, Library Director at 995-8480.

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Giving While You Shop!

If you shop on Amazon visit CASA’s site and Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible Amazon Smile purchases to First Circuit Court Appointed Special Advocate Program whenever you shop on AmazonSmile.
AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know. Same products, same prices, same service.
If you show on EBay a % of your sales/purchases can be donated to CASA if you use this link –


The Experimental Aircraft Association December Pancake Breakfast

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is a group of aviation enthusiasts who promote aviation safety in all aspects from piloting to building aircraft. Our members offer free introductory flights to young people on a voluntary basis through a national Young Eagle program. The local EAA chapter is located at Lincoln County Airport and uses monthly pancake breakfasts to help fund our activities.

Our December Pancake Breakfast is Saturday the 20th from 8:00 to 10:30 AM. It features all you can eat pancakes with a serving of scrambled eggs, coffee, juice, coffee and milk for a $5.00 donation. Located at the EAA Chapter 289 building, 47014 Great Planes Place, Tea South Dakota. (Also called the Tea Airport)

Home for the Holidays

Home for  the Holidays – Christmas Variety Show featuring local artists.
$10 general admission tickets available at or at the Mitchell ACT box office.

Featuring:  Jason Zehr, Jim Wagner, Jenna Miller, Trisha Callies, Tanner Fuhrer, Katie Raak, Maddie Graves, Clayton & Elizabeth Mick, Angella & Morgan Buenzow, Andrew Paulson, Kendall McMahon, Becky Bauman, Brianna Bernard, Maci Kotbra, John Paul II School choir, and more…

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Mitchell Skating Academy – Practice ice – Join Anytime

Tonight is Open Ice for all Mitchell Skating Academy members – Prospective members are always welcome to come and check us out.

The Mitchell Skating Academy is one of Mitchell’s newest opportunities for children, youth and families in the Mitchell area. Mitchell Skating Academy was formed in the spring of 2014 by a group of parents who were inspired by their children’s love of skating. As a member of United States Figure Skating Association, the national governing body for the sport of figure skating, we are of committed to promoting excellence in figure skating through quality coaching, practice and classes. Our program offers basic skills instruction as well as specialized classes in ice dance, choreography and performance, adult skating – even therapeutic skating for individuals with developmental disabilities.


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