November area happenings
November 4, 2011
KCHE receives historical plaque -
The Cherokee Historical Preservation Commission recently dedicated a historical plaque at the KCHE building, located at 201 S Fifth St. in downtown Cherokee, The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Pictured, left to right, Jim Adamson and Steve Schroeder, who both are representing the Cherokee Historical Preservation Commission, Jeff Fuller, KCHE Owner, and Curt Carlson, KCHE Sales Manager.
(Photo by Mike Leckband)
Thanks, guys -
River Valley Activities Director Bill Mathers, right, presents special plaque awards to dedicated Wolverine supporters Wally Duncan and Tom Volkert for their 40 years volunteering as clock runner and announcer at the River Valley home football games.
(Photo by Jolene Smith)
Avenue of Flags -
Just in time for Veterans Day, the new Avenue of Flags in Holstein will be fluttering in the breeze, thanks to an Eagle Scout Project and the contributions of a great many dedicated people.