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Danforth “I Dare You” winners honored at the Marshall County 4-H Recognition Event held on Sunday at the Community Building from left to right are Regan Ringkob, Cassidy Biel, and Jacob Punt.

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Megan and Ryan Biel were honored as this year’s Friend of 4-H at the annual Marshall County 4-H Recognition Event held on Sunday.

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Julie Symens, left, of the 4-H Leaders is pictured with this year’s 4-H Alumni Award winners Tammy and Jason Bender at the annual 4-H Recognition Event on Sunday.

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Honorees at the 4-H Recognition Event from left to right are Jacob Punt, 4-H Graduate; Taylor Storbakken, Lorne Tilberg Award; and Maddie Biel, Bee Lady’s Choice Award.

County 4-H’ers Recognized

COVID-19 concerns didn’t allow the public to attend the annual Marshall County 4-H Recognition Event on Sunday, but local 4-H’ers were still recognized for their work during the past year.

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Rose Hill secretary Judy Johnson and Pastor Mike Honl are pictured in the new fellowship hall at the church located about 12 miles northeast of Langford. The growing church is in the midst of a $500,000 renovation project.

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A “Sharpie Party” was held last summer instead of a normal groundbreaking for a renovation project at the Rose Hill Church northeast of Langford. Congregation members penned Bible verses or words of encouragement on 2x4’s that will become part of new classroom and office space at the church.

‘God Doing Something’ At Rose Hill Church

In a time when many rural churches are struggling to survive, Rose Hill Evangelical Free Church located about 12 miles northeast of Langford is going in the opposite direction.

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The 22nd annual

The 22nd annual Heart of Dakota winners were recognized with the presentation of plaques from Marshall County Publishing and the Britton Area Foundation and Britton Bucks from the Britton Area Chamber of Commerce on Monday. No formal recognition event was held due to COVID-19. From left to right are Kristen Sundin and Cindy Schilling (fourth from left), Wheatcrest Hills, Community Hero Award for employees; Rhonda Elsen, People’s Choice in memory of her husband Dale Elsen; Nick Fosness, Community Hero Award for employees of the Marshall County Healthcare Center and Spruce Court; Cathy Wegleitner, Customer Service at Dollar General; and Jenn Gustafson, Missi Smith, and Joe Gustafson of the Claremont Summer Rec Baseball Committee for Community Involvement.

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Former Wheatcrest Hills administrator LaVonne Furman of Britton was recently honored with the prestigious Service Award for 2020 from the South Dakota Health Care Association.

Retiree Earns Recognition

Former Wheatcrest Hills Administrator LaVonne Furman of Britton has been recognized with the Service Award for 2020 from the South Dakota Health Care Association (SDHCA).

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Marshall County Journal

PO Box 69, Britton, SD 57430
Phone: (605) 448-2281
Fax: (605) 448-2282