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-q-- I SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN GREGORY COUNTY: $30.00 plus $1.95 tax = $31.95 per year. - IN SOUTH DAKOTA: $35.00 plus $2.28 tax = $37.28 per year. co co [FJ OUT OF STATE: $40.00 (Continental U.S.) per year. ::17 ..4 o 1 , ;ct: ! .. > O -El ..... > VOL WEDNESDAY, J--U NE 1, 2016 USPS- 079- 740 50 Per Copy 16 PAGE NUM A warm overcast morning unteers gathered at the VFW Post greeted those attending the Annual to erect the avenue of flags at the Memorial Day Tribute to those that Graceland Cemetery. Following have served in the armed forces, that all those helping were treated to The Color Guard is pictured above a breakfast at the Post. presenting the colors during the This year's program was em- program held at the school gym on ceed by Jack Broome with a nice Monday morning, crowd on hand to enjoy the pro- The Annual Memorial Day gram. Brigadier General Rodney L. Program is sponsored by the Burke Johnson was the guest speaker. Mu- VFW and Auxiliary and the Burke sical selections were performed by Legion. the Swift family, the very talented Early Monday morning vol- Swift children did an outstanding job. Randy Martin read the Roll of the Honored Dead, which continued to grow, this year another twenty- three names were added to the list for a total of 663. Following the program the Color Guard conducted ceremonies at the Graceland Cemetery, Catholic Cemetery, Lucas Cemetery and the Peterson Cemetery. - Gazette Photo 1) Call to order 2) Approve agenda 3) Approve minutes 4) Approve reports 5) Resident Input 6) Bills to pay 7) Business And any old or new business that may come before the board. Ladies Golf League To Begin Wednesday Nite Ladies Golf League will begin on Wednesday, June 1~t at the Burke Golf Course. li!i i; iN! !il F is h i ng your wallets at home, there is no I charge for the event. Fishing has | iii / E Fc r been reported tobe good this year. Take some time out of your busy ! ii!ii day and spend a couple of hours at IN', ' Sa u rday Lake Burke with your kids fishing! i!i;i ~:iii!:i~!iii:i~Uiii iiiii!~i:| The Annual Johnny Steffen Herrick Town Memorial Kid's Fishing Derby will be held at Lake Burke on Saturday, June 4th from 1:00 to 3:00 PM. Kids through the age of 16 are welcome to attend with their parents and enjoy an afternoon of fishing. Door prizes will be drawn for following the fishing and a "wienie roast" will be held compliments of the Burke Community Club. Everyone is welcome and leave Board To Meet On nday The Board of Trustees, for the Town of Herrick, will meet in regu- lar session Monday, 06 June 2016, at 7:30 PM in the Town Hall, 417 8th street, Herrick, South Dakota. The agenda is as follows: The expiration date of your subscription is on the mailing la- bel. If the label on your paper is dated 6-1-16 your subscription is now due. The subscription rates per year are, within Gregory County - $30.00 plus $1.95 tax = $31.95. Within South Dakota - $35.00 plus $2.28 tax = $37.28 and out of state $40.00. The,Burke Gazette PO Box 359 Burke, SD 57523 T And Dryer an The weather over the past week brought more moisture to the area. The total for the week was 1.85" coming in four separate showers on Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Monday night. The high tempera- ture for the week was 85 recorded on Memorial Day and the low for the week was 51 o recorded on Tues- day morning of this week. The ad- vance forecast looks good with the only moisture predicted for Thurs- day at 20%. The weekend looks great with highs in the upper 70s and lows in the mid 50s. Wednesday Sunny, with a high near 71. North- west wind around 15 mph. Wednesday Night Mostly clear, with a low around 50. North northwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming southeast in the evening. Thursday A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms after lpm. Mostly sunny, with a high near 81. South wind 5 to 15 mph. Chance of pre- cipitation is 20%. Thursday Night A slight chance of showers and Continued on Page 2