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Constituent meeting
Representative Kristi No-em met with Dr. elizabeth Gravley, Webster who represented the South Dakota Academy of Family Physicians.

Prepare for state FCCLA
Webster Area High School students will attend the state Family Career and community Leaders of America meeting in Sioux Falls April 27-29. The organization supports the school’s family and consumer sciences program. students work on leadership projects throughout the year to prepare for competitive events at the state meeting. students from Webster have completed projects dealing with healthy eating, making good life choices, planning major life events, teaching elementary students, volunteering, leading food drives, creating budgets and working with other student organizations.

Piano recital and contest
Piano students of Suz-anne Olawsky played in recital. Performing were Harley Johnson, Addison matthews, Charlotte Grewe, Madelyn Knight, Olivia Dor-sett, Matthew Block, Ashley Garduno, Dessa and Dawson Anderson.
Students of olawsky also played in a piano contest in Milbank. Contestant ratings were: superior plus-matthew Block, Olivia dorsett, Ashley Garduno, Dawson Anderson, Michael Gravley; superior-Dessa anderson, Madelyn Knight.

FFA convention awards
South Dakota FFA members were recognized at the state FFA convention April 6-8 for excellence in developing career-specific skills through their supervised agricultural experience proficiency projects. Area results are as follows:
Agricultural communications-first Madison kos-lowski; agricultural educat- ion-third Megan Knutson; agricultural mechanics energy systems-first Nathan duerre; diversified crop production-third Kyle johnson.
Webster FFA chapter received the first place Image Builder award. FFA Foundation member Craig Dybedahl presented the award to Sandra Vehe.
Arlie Larson and Rosie Larson received state officer parent awards for outstanding contributions to South Dakota FFA.

Basic training graduate
Army National Guard Pvt. Andrew Bolish has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, MO. He received nine weeks of training in drill and ceremony, weapons, rifle marksmanship qualification, bayonet combat, chemical warfare, field training and tactical exercises, marches, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, army history, traditions and core values.
He is the son of Catherine and Richard Lemke, princeton, MN and brother of Amber Bolish, Webster. He is a 2010 graduate of princeton High School.


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