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1 ~- HORN Continued from Page 11 the altar of the Chair of St. Peter in Stl Peter's Basilica in the Vatican. "It was a beautiful and powerful celebration to share with my family and friends," he recalled. After ordi- nation he served at Mass, preached on occasion, took communion to the homebound and and continued spending time out among the people of Rome. - After he completed his studies in Rome, Fr. Mark returned to South Dakota where his journey to the priesthood had started. On July 2, 2016, he was ordained to the priest- hood by Bishop Robert Gruss at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Rapid City. A West River parish priest serv- ing in the Black Hills He is currently serving par- ishes in the Black Hills. Monsignor Michael Woster is the pastor of the churches where Ft. Mark serves as the parochial vicar. "Msgr. Woster has been a priest for 33 years. It's great to have him as a mentor-father to be able to walk me through these new experiences." Gaining more than giving up Like other Catholic priests, Fr. Mark is asked how it feels to give up so much, like getting married and having kids. This is the same - question he asked back in Burke in the summer of 2006, and he knows the answer. "I feel like I've given up so little and gained so much more, because you get such a huge fam- ily when you become a priest. Sure, you make a promise of celibacy, but that opens you up to a greater spiri- tual fatherhood. When people call me Father Mark, I recognize that. People older than me call me Fr. Mark. Little kids call me Fr. Mark and give me hugs after Mass." "They open up to me, not be- cause of who Mark Horn is, but because of who Jesus Christ in his priesthood is, and they recognize Jesus Christ in the priest, and they see a spiritual father. I've done nothing to deserve this, but, as St Paul said in 1 Corinthians 15:10, 'By the grace of God, I am what I am.'" "I feel like I have the vastest family. We have the parishes of Spearfish, Belle Fourche and New- ell and also the Newman Center and these are large parishes. I joke with people that at times I feel like an ab- sent father, because I'm always run- ning to the next thing. I feel what parents feel like when they have a lot of kids and some kids feel left out, and they say, 'No, actually I love you just as much as I love the other one.'" Fr. Mark lives in the city now, but he still loves the outdoors and nature. He's not so busy that he can't find time for the occasional trip to the Black Hills slopes for skiing. He hasn't lost his love of basketball. He attends BHSU basketball games. He's a member of Men in Black, the priests' basketball team that oc- casionally plays to raises money for seminarians. And he's always ready for a pick up game. ROG'S ROD Continued from Page 7 Lord Grizzly, arguably the best-told story of Hugh Glass, my strongest connection is a love affair with the Grand River. Hugh Glass's griz- zly attack took place on the Grand River south of l_,emmon, SD near Shade Hill. For the past 47 years, I have hunted deer, coyotes, and sharp- tail grouse along the Grand not too far from the location of the Glass- grizzly attack. I couldn't begin to count the times I've imagined see- ing Glass's head protruding above a limb as it washed downstream in the current. I've also picked up stone arrow and spear points along the Grand I've attributed to the Ree or Arikara ..... Glass's adversaries. It appeared to me that the pro- ducers of the film had mixed objec- tives. The weapons, dress, and Na- tive American language as well as the native actors were authentic in my opinion. Two particular scenes - the wolf pack taking down a buf- falo, as well as the grizzly bear at- tack scene, were fantastic! Were they computer generated? I don't know. Then accuracy is all but forgot- ten. The actual grizzly attack hap- pened in the summer. The film por- trayed a winter scene. There are no stark mountains south of Lemmon. There were in this movie. Putting these aside, I enjoyed the movie. See you next week. The following is the schedule for the 2016 Burke/South Central Var- sity Golf Schedule: Friday, Apr. 8-Class B Classic @ Lakeview/Mitchell Thursday, Apr. 14-Southeast SD Small Schools Tournament Fox Run/Yankton Tuesday, Apr. 19-Mt. Vernon @ Lakeview/Mitchell Friday, Apr. 29-Burke/SC/Gregory Boys @ Burke & Girls @ Gregory Friday, May 6-Avon/Scotland Invite Boys @ Tyndall & Girls @ Scotland Friday, May 13-Burke/SC/Platte Invite Boys @ Platte & Girls @ Burke Friday, May 20-Avon/Bon Homme Invite Boys @ Springfield & Girls @ Tyndall Monday, May 23-Pre-Regions Boys & Girls Wild Oaks Mitchell Tuesday, May 31 -Region Golf Boys & Girls Wild Oaks Mitchell Monday & Tuesday, Jun. 6&7- State Golf Tournament Rapid City Boys @ Hart Ranch & Girls @ The Elks Schedule The following is the Burke/South Central JV Golf Schedule for the 2016 season: Tuesday, Apr. 12-Burke Monday, Apr. 18-Scotland Tuesday, Apr. 26-Platte Tuesday, May 3-Springfield Middle Golf The following is the Burke/South Central MS Golf Schedule for 2016: Tuesday, Apr. 12-Gregory Monday, Apr. 18-Avon (Tyndall) Tuesday, Apr. 26-Pickstown Tuesday, May 3-Avon (Tyndall) Thursday, May 5-MS Masters (Burke) Bowl Bowling League results of the Tuesday Mixed Doubles held on February 23, are as follows: 1) Old Pioneer 161-55 2) PC Strikers 119-97 3) Missouri Valley M 102-113 4) Buches Lucky Stri 95-121 5) The Odd Ones 92-123 6) Rolf Constructio 7 8 138 HTG-OId Pioneer-857 HTS-Missouri Valley-2481 Scratch Game Men-Bryan Nel- son 218,197,191; Brady Peck 214, 209, 189; Marlyn Campbell 200, 192, 186; Darcy Rolf 185,146; Rob Fenenga 170; Augie Bortz 160,156; Ted Eaglestar 160, 149, 147; Justin Jelinek 156; Cody Vogt 155 Scratch Series Men-Brady Peck 612; Bryan Nelson 606; Marlyn Campbell 578; Darcy Rolf 462; Ted Eaglestar 456; Augie Bortz 436; Justin Jelinek 423; Rob Fenenga 408; Cory Smith 400 Scratch Game Women-Linda Teel 168, 153; Paula Bortz 161, 137; Chris Campbell 146; Kay Rinker 145 Scratch Series Women-Linda Teel 456; Paula Bortz 413; Chris Campbell 386; Kay Rinker 357; Heidi Fenenga 344; Ashley Peck 329 Splits: Marlyn Campbell 4-5, 5-8-10; Kendra Hoppe 3-10 Results of the Wednesday Wom- en's League held on February 24 are as follows: 1) Lucky Strikers 146-70 2) Hot Flushes 145-70~ 3) Commandos WTF 133-83 4) Bills Bar 126-89 5) Spare Me 98~-117 6) Desperate House 94g-121Y~ 7) Squids 73-143 The Burke (SD) Gazette, HTG-Lucky Strikers-858 HTS-Lucky Strikers-2376 Scratch Game-Linda Teel 202, 171; Mae Long 193; Linda Schultz 168,162 Scratch Series-Linda Teel 523; Linda Schultz 490; Connie Rajew- ich 453; Lois Kruse 446; Linda Jen- sen 443 Splits: Shelly Holmberg 5-6; Maggie Holmberg 5-10 Results of the Thursday Men's League held on March 3, are as fol- lows: 1) The Richards 147-63 2) Wilson Heating 133-77 3) Rods Sport Shop 124-86 4) Stellas 123-86Yz 5) Gregory Lanes 118Y~-91~ 6) Cats 106Y~-103~ 7) Doug Lane 47-162Y2 8) Ranchers Weldin 30-180 HTG-Rods Sport Shop-955 HTS-Rods Sport Shop-2596 Scratch Game-Rod Hlavka 267, 257; Kelly Frank 266, 232, 224; Mark Rajewich 247, 215; Jack Wenger 233; Ralph Lunn 229; Mark Bailey 229; Dustin Stukel 216; Ryan Wilson 214,201; Darrell Shattuck 213; Tim Mills 213; Bryan Nelson 212; Claude Labahn 211; Jon Soesbe 209, 204; Ben Hoffart 206; Brad Cerny 200 Scratch Series-Kelly Frank 722; Rod Hlavka 719; Mark Rajewich 641; Ryan Wilson 614 Splits: Ralph Lunn 3-10; Dave VanMetre 3-10; Augie Bortz 3-10 Results of the Youth League held on February 27 are as follows: 1) Gregory Lanes 334-105Y2 2) Team 5 254-193 3) Wild Boys 196Y2-230~ 4) Stukel Eagle Ran 189-260 5) Team 4 168-234 Scratch Game Boys-Daniel Zi- ady 178; Jase Robertson 142; Boyd Nelson 137 Scratch Series Boys-Daniel Zi- ady 489; Jase Robertson 409; Boyd Nelson 406 Scratch Game Girls-Emily Stukel 191; Addy Nelson 178; Elisabeth Long 125 Scratch Series Girls-Addy Nel- son 492; Emily Stukel 489; Elisa- beth Long 314 Gregory Lanes- Boyd Nelson 137-132-137-406 Eathan Long 84-100-92-276 Daniel Ziady 144-178-167-489 Team 5- Adrianna Ziady 64-63-65-192-579 Emily Long 95-96-100-291-627 Emma Holmberg77-42-50-169-562 Jake Wallace 106-100-73-279-630 Wild Boys- Jase Robertso 125-142-142-409-601 Jayden Seiwert 72-92-100-264-610 Dell Waters 107-124-106-337-559 Stukel Eagle Ranch- Emily Stukel 145-153-191-489 Addy Nelson 492 Cash Hemming 83-63-84-250 Team 4- Taressa Soesbe 101-88-259-535 Elisabeth Long 108-125-314-563 Wednesda% March 9, 2016 12 gns Bill :h Gov. Dennis Daugaard has signed Senate Bill 114, the USS South Dakota bill, into law. The bill appropriates $100,000 to the South Dakota Department of Military to support the USS South Dakota (SSN-790) Commissioning Committee's activities. The Com- mittee will be raising additional funds from the private sector. The Virginia-class submarine is under construction and is expected to be completed in August of 2018. It will be the first submarine to bear the name USS South Dakota. In the twentieth century, two naval battleships were named after the state: the USS South Dakota (ACR-9) commissioned in 1908 and the USS South Dakota (BB-57) commissioned in 1942. Community Memorial Hospital Building Fund Fund Drive Goal $2,000,000 $900,325 Address your contribu- tions to: Community Memorial Hospital Building Fund P.O. Box 319 Burke, SD 57523 Automatic Donations Now Available! Donations can be made monthly through direct bank transfer. Please con- tact Mistie Sachtjen at 775-2621 for more details.