Scrapbook photos, published Jan. 17

The Clark County Riders Motorcycle Club purchased a dog kennel for the new building at the Aberdeen Area Humane Society. Accepting the check on behalf of the Aberdeen Area Human Society is Elaine Schaible, center.
The Clark County Riders Motorcycle Club purchased a dog kennel for the new building at the Aberdeen Area Humane Society. Accepting the check on behalf of the Aberdeen Area Human Society is Elaine Schaible, center.
In November 2021 the Aberdeen Pit Stop promoted the Aberdeen Hockey Association. Pictured are, from left to right: Chris (manager of the Aberdeen Pit Stop), Julie (manager at South C), Mike (Aberdeen Hockey Association), and Brenda (operations manager/Pit Stop Stores)
In November 2021 the Aberdeen Pit Stop promoted the Aberdeen Hockey Association. Pictured are, from left to right: Chris (manager of the Aberdeen Pit Stop), Julie (manager at South C), Mike (Aberdeen Hockey Association), and Brenda (operations manager/Pit Stop Stores)
The Aberdeen Area Community Foundation made a grant of $2,500 to the Presentation College Diversity Club to support bringing Jackie Bird and Family to present a program of traditional and contemporary Native American singing, dancing and storytelling to Aberdeen for a free performance for Native American Heritage Month. The project was a partnership among the Presentation Diversity Club, Northern State University Native American Student Association and Aberdeen Central High School Indian Education Office & Native American Student Association. Pictured are, back row row, from left to right: Nicholas Delgado and Gabby Lopez (Presentation students); Brody Treetop (Central); Sharmayne Hardy (Presentation); Hannah McElhany (Tutor, Central); Grant Bourelle (Central); Braelle Antonio (Central); Dakota Redwing (Presentation); Gordon Treetop (Central Indian Education Program Coordinator); Kaelynn Hanley, Taelynn Sainz, Elizabeth Martin, and Leila Bosque (Central). Front, from left: Megan Biegler and Heath Johnson (AACF board members).
The Aberdeen Area Community Foundation made a grant of $2,500 to the Presentation College Diversity Club to support bringing Jackie Bird and Family to present a program of traditional and contemporary Native American singing, dancing and storytelling to Aberdeen for a free performance for Native American Heritage Month. The project was a partnership among the Presentation Diversity Club, Northern State University Native American Student Association and Aberdeen Central High School Indian Education Office & Native American Student Association. Pictured are, back row row, from left to right: Nicholas Delgado and Gabby Lopez (Presentation students); Brody Treetop (Central); Sharmayne Hardy (Presentation); Hannah McElhany (Tutor, Central); Grant Bourelle (Central); Braelle Antonio (Central); Dakota Redwing (Presentation); Gordon Treetop (Central Indian Education Program Coordinator); Kaelynn Hanley, Taelynn Sainz, Elizabeth Martin, and Leila Bosque (Central). Front, from left: Megan Biegler and Heath Johnson (AACF board members).
C-Express teamed up with the Avera Cancer Institute for a fundraiser during C-Express’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. T-Shirt sales were donated to the Avera Cancer Institute. A check for $10,000 was presented to Regional Philanthropy Director for Avera Foundation Amy Blackstone by Laura Siefkes, Heather Bucy, and Michael Carrels of C-Express.
C-Express teamed up with the Avera Cancer Institute for a fundraiser during C-Express’s Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. T-Shirt sales were donated to the Avera Cancer Institute. A check for $10,000 was presented to Regional Philanthropy Director for Avera Foundation Amy Blackstone by Laura Siefkes, Heather Bucy, and Michael Carrels of C-Express.
Platinum Auto Spa donated a Day of Sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Sept. 15 was Platinum Auto Spa's Day of Sales which contributed to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Platinum Auto Spa presented them with this check.
Platinum Auto Spa donated a Day of Sales to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Sept. 15 was Platinum Auto Spa's Day of Sales which contributed to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Platinum Auto Spa presented them with this check.

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