Suicide Awareness & Survivor Aftercare Bereavement Group.

One of the most difficult problems suicide survivors face is finding support and mental health professionals whose education, training, and professional experience has equipped them to effectively support survivors.

If you are a suicide survivor in the Yankton area, you are invited to join the adult support group. The meetings will be held the first at third Monday of each month (April 1st & 15th) from 7:00 – 8:30 pm,located at 416 Broadway. There is no cost to attend. For questions or more information, call (605) 660-2865 or visit. www.paultaggartfoundation.org.

These session are open and continuous, and are led by licensed professionals in the most confidential of settings.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Suicide Awareness & Survivor Aftercare Bereavement Group.

One of the most difficult problems suicide survivors face is finding support and mental health professionals whose education, training, and professional experience has equipped them to effectively support survivors.

If you are a suicide survivor in the Yankton area, you are invited to join the adult support group. The meetings will be held the first at third Monday of each month (April 1st & 15th) from 7:00 – 8:30 pm,located at 416 Broadway. There is no cost to attend. For questions or more information, call (605) 660-2865 or visit. www.paultaggartfoundation.org.

These session are open and continuous, and are led by licensed professionals in the most confidential of settings.

Pioneer Memorial Foundation Extravaganza

It’s the Pioneer Memorial Foundation Extravaganza on Friday, March 29th from 6:00-9:00 pm at the Viborg Community Center. Enjoy a live & silent auction, great food, a wine pull raffle, table decorating contest, and entertainment by Autumn Road. Tickets are $20 in advance or $30 at the door. Purchase your tickets at the Pioneer Memorial Hospital business office front desk.

For more information, contact Lori Hisel at (605) 362-3028. All proceeds go towards new resident tables and chairs for the nursing home residents’ dining room.

Mr. USD

Mr. USD will be a mock Miss America Pageant with young men instead of young women. During the show Miss South Dakota and Miss South Dakota contestants will be performing. Admission is $5 at the door. The event will be in Aalfs Auditorium at 4pm on Sunday March 24th.

Reverse Your Luck Fundraiser

The 6th Annual “Reverse Your Luck” fundraiser for Southeast CASA will be held on Saturday, March 23, at the NFAA Yankton Archery Center in Yankton.

Enjoy the entertainment of The Fun Pianos Show! Also featuring gift basket raffles, games of chance, a $1000 jackpot drawing,and the Spirit ‘O Green awards.

Tickets are available at Southeast CASA office or 9th Street Clothing, Co., or online at www.southeastcasa.org. Doors open at 530 for social hour, drinks, games, and dinner. Dueling Pianos show begins at 830.

All proceeds go directly towards helping abused and neglected children in Yankton, Clay, and Bon Homme counties. Every child deserves a safe, permanent and nurturing home in which to grow up and foster care is not permanent!

Reverse Your Luck Fundraiser

The 6th Annual “Reverse Your Luck” fundraiser for Southeast CASA will be held on Saturday, March 23, at the NFAA Yankton Archery Center in Yankton.

Enjoy the entertainment of The Fun Pianos Show! Also featuring gift basket raffles, games of chance, a $1000 jackpot drawing,and the Spirit ‘O Green awards.

Tickets are available at Southeast CASA office or 9th Street Clothing, Co., or online at www.southeastcasa.org. Doors open at 530 for social hour, drinks, games, and dinner. Dueling Pianos show begins at 830.

All proceeds go directly towards helping abused and neglected children in Yankton, Clay, and Bon Homme counties. Every child deserves a safe, permanent and nurturing home in which to grow up and foster care is not permanent!