Mobridge area businesses and the local Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitor’s Bureau are kicking off the holiday season with a number of events next week, starting with a Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving (Thursday, Nov. 27) morning.
Everyone is welcome for this free, family-friendly fun run/walk in Scherr Howe Event Center from 9 a.m. until 10 a.m.
The next day, Black Friday, Nov. 28, is traditionally the day the Chamber hosts the Parade of Lights. They are currently looking for entries for the event.
Organizers want at least 20 entries to make the event a success. Anyone interested in participating with an entry for the parade is asked to call Haden or Kayla at 605-845-2500 by Monday, Nov. 24. Last year, the event was cancelled due to extremely cold weather.
Finally, next Saturday, Nov. 29, is Small Business Saturday all across the country. It’s a day to celebrate shopping small and support local businesses in our rural communities. The Chamber office will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with lots of merchandise and Make It Mobridge Coupon Cards to sell. They are giving away Shop Small cloth tote bags to the first 300 shoppers they see--and each tote comes with a small surprise inside.
Snow Queen Royalty
The royal court of the 2014 Mobridge Snow Queen pageant includes (from left) Cloe Jungwirth, Junior Queen Miss Congeniality Liliy Miner, second runner-up, Alexandrie Steiger, Junior first runner-up and Junior Snow Queen Sierra Wessel; Snow Queen Keely Moriarty, Treinae Schweitzer, first runner-up, Alexis Frey, second runner-up; Miss Congeniality Miranda Eisemann. Not pictured are Prince William Blankartz and Princess Emma Ofstehage.
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