SEYMOUR

The News from Seymour

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The Ben and Karen Muenster family of Seymour are proud to announce the promotion of their son, Dustin J. Muenster as Sergeant in the U.S. Army of the Golf Company 132D BSB (FSC) (INF). We are so very proud of…

Seymour Police Calls

May 9 0128 hours – Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of S Main Street for an alarm call. Building was secured. 0131 hours – Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of Depot Street for an alarm call.…

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Shopko store manager José Chavez presents Police Chief Richard Buntrock with a check for $250 from Shopko Foundation’s Community Charitable Grant Program. The grant funds will be used towards the K-9 project. – Photo by Linda Titel

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Members of American Legion Auxiliary Unit #106 Barb Luepke, Rhonda Marsh, Kit Buckland, and Deb Court packed and delivered cookies to salute all teachers and support personnel, who contribute to the educational experience of Seymour’s children. – Submitted photo

Cards

May 11 Men 1. Gary Weihing: 40 2. Roger Schmidt: 38 Ladies 1. Grace Palubicki: 46 2. Mary Tesch: 45 Door Prizes 1. Dave Tesch 2. Joyce Sherman 3. Kay Vande Corput 4. Helen Vande Hei High for season: $15.00…

Cards

Seymour Seniors Duane Doersch had 50 points for first place on May 9. Pete Mullen had 44 points for second place. Bud Henn had 43 points for third Jerry Vande Hei, Helen Vande Hei, and Big John Lueck tied for…

Community Events

Tuesday, May 16 ●Seymour School District Color Run at 3:50 p.m. starts at the corner of Lee and Hickory streets in Seymour ●Seymour Food Pantry, 9:30-11 a.m., Seymour Municipal Building ●PACE, 9-11 a.m., Rock Ledge Primary Ctr. Wednesday, May 17…