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Frederick F.Y.I. - November 2013

Frederick F.Y.I. - November 2013

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Frederick F.Y.I. is a newsletter serving the communities of Frederick, Barnard and Westport, S.D. The November newsletter features coverage of Titans football, a thwarted bank robbery, senior sports players and much more. The newsletter is sponsored by Frederick Forward, Frederick Area School, and the Town of Frederick.
Frederick F.Y.I. is a newsletter serving the communities of Frederick, Barnard and Westport, S.D. The November newsletter features coverage of Titans football, a thwarted bank robbery, senior sports players and much more. The newsletter is sponsored by Frederick Forward, Frederick Area School, and the Town of Frederick.

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B󰁹 K󰁹󰁬󰁥 K󰁥󰁮󰁳󰁥󰁲, M󰁡󰁲󰁩󰁡󰁨 M󰁩󰁫󰁫󰁯󰁮󰁥󰁮, B󰁲󰁩󰁡󰁮󰁡 N󰁯󰁲󰁤󰁩󰁮󰁥 󰁡󰁮󰁤 N󰁡󰁴󰁨󰁡󰁮 B󰁬󰁯󰁣󰁫
FASD Journalism
Many people enjoy going ou o socialize and geing a bie o ea a ian Bar & Grill, bu ohers may find he bar closed a inopporune imes.  Anhony Melendez, he owner o he resauran, said he bar had odd hours or was ofen closed because o a ew key acors: lack o workers, no consisen flow o cusomers, and he difficuly o running wha amouns o a one-man show.
What’s coming up
Coninued on page 3
NOVEMBER 2013
 F R  E D E R  IC K 
 F. Y. I.
Se r vi n g F rede ric k ,  Ba r na rd &  Wes t po r t , S. D.
    o            
 F R  E D E R  I C K 
S po nso red  b y
 F rede r ic k   A  rea  Sc hoo l  D is t r ic t
 T H E  TO WN O F
MONDAY, NOV. 18
 Junior high girls baskeball,
 v. Roncalli, 4:30 p.m. in Frederick.
Frederick Forward monhly meeing,
 7 p.m. a he Frederick Area Museum.
TUESDAY, NOV. 19
 Junior high girls baskeball,
 4:30 p.m. in Groon.
Regional Oral Inerpreaion,
 Webser.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 20
Flu shos
 or sudens and communiy a Frederick Area School. See deails on p. 3.
FRIDAY, NOV. 22
Blood drive,
9 a.m. o 1:45 p.m. in caeeria a he school.
POST-SEASON
POWERHOUSE
Titans plow past opponents on way to state
P󰁨󰁯󰁴󰁯 󰁢󰁹 B󰁲󰁯󰁣󰁫 P󰁡󰁳󰁨󰁥󰁮
Logan Weisser (28) gashes the Lemmon-McIntosh defense for another long scamper. Austin Hoerner (14) was among those providing blocks to clear the way. Weisser caught three passes for 93 yards in the game.
Photos inside:
 Recognition of seniors in fall sports
B󰁹 H󰁡t󰁩󰁥 Z󰁩󰁮󰁴󰁥󰁲 
FASD Journalism
Tis year’s ooball eam has exceeded expecaions, says head coach Mary Morlock. “Tis season so ar, we’ve se goals a he beginning o he year o win conerence and home field advanage hrough playoffs,” Morlock said. “We were successul in ha, and i we keep winning,  we will be a home or all o our playoff games.Te pos-season began wih a 38-0 vicory over he Lemmon-
See
FOOTBALL
 on page 7 
Businesses face challenges that affect hours
Questions
 Conversations
 Better Community.
Generation
(WH)Y
With this issue of Frederick F.Y.I., we’re starting a new feature called Generation WHY. The goal is to use questions from young people to start conversations about how our community works and how we can make it better. The newsletter staff selected this for the first question: 
“Why do some businesses in Frederick not have set hours?”
They mentioned sometimes when they had tried to patronize a Frederick business, it wasn’t open. They took their question to two business owners, and here’s what they learned.
See
WHY
 on page 4
Edior’s noe:
 
 Jus beore his was sen o press, he Tians  persevered o deea Wolsey-Wessingon, 38-34. Wach or special coverage in he  December issue o he Tians’ experience a he Dakoa Dome!
Resident’s warning likely stopped local bank robbery
B󰁹 K󰁲󰁹󰁳󰁴󰁩 M󰁩󰁫󰁫󰁯󰁮󰁥󰁮
Frederick Forward
Shorly beore noon Oc. 24, Frederick residen Becky Campbell noiced somehing suspicious. Te driver o a vehicle siing a he sop sign beween he bank and gas saion had a hooded sweashir on and looked o be puing on a ski mask.
See
ROBBERY
 on page 3
 
2
 
 
Frederick
 
F.Y.I.
 
November 2013
Meet the F.Y.I. staff
To help you ge o know he people who are working on his newsleter, we’ll eaure a ew o hem here each monh. Here hey answer he quesion,
“What do you like most about the Journalism class?” 
Kyle Kenser
 Junior 
 Aciviies:
Fooball, Baskeball, Baseball, rack, Grand Tef Auo 5“I enjoyed our field rip o he Aberdeen  American News o ge an insigh ino how he paper is made.” 
Mariah Mikkonen
Senior 
 Aciviies:
Homework, Reading, Baskeball, Gol, Spending ime wih riends and amily, piano, and lisening o music.
Fuure Plans:
Undecided on where o go,  bu plan on majoring in secondary mah educaion.“I have enjoyed keeping up wih evens ouside he school.” 
Hattie Zinter
Senior 
 Aciviies:
reading, eaing, sleeping, and spending ime wih amily.
Fuure Plans:
 Aend Lake Area echnology Insiue or cosmeology.“I have learned inerviewing skills ha will help me or uure job applicaions. 
 Jimmy King
 Junior 
 Aciviies:
 Fooball, Baskeball, rack, Baseball“Learning how  journalism can have an effec on people’s opinions, based on how an aricle is  wrien.
Practice makes harmony for All-State Chorus singers
B󰁹 C󰁯󰁬󰁥 H󰁩󰁮󰁺
FASD Journalism
More han 1,000 o Souh Da-koa’s bes musicians aended he 61s Annual All-Sae Chorus and Orchesra in Sioux Falls on Nov. 1-2. Te perormance was Nov. 2 a he Sioux Falls Arena.Each year Liz Labesky, Fred-erick’s music direcor, akes one quare o chorus sudens o All-Sae. Anyone in chorus in grades 9-12 is eligible or ryous. Su-dens who are chosen o ake par in All-Sae Chorus are required o pracice seven hours a week on heir own and pracice sev-eral imes wih Ms. Labesky. Te quare is also expeced o aend he Norhern Sae Universiy Choral Workshop.In his year’s quare were Mariah Mikkonen (soprano), Cole Hinz (bass), Haie Ziner (alo), and Jayden Mikkonen (enor).  Jayden, a junior, aended All-Sae or he firs ime, bu he res o he members, all seniors, have been o All-Sae beore. Haie will graduae wih wo  years’ paricipaion, Mariah wih hree, and Cole wih a rare five. (Cole aended All-Sae as an eighh-grader, when no older su-dens waned o paricipae.)Te sudens, along wih oher quares, wen o he NSU Choral Workshop on Oc. 2. Dr.
P󰁨󰁯󰁴󰁯 󰁢󰁹 B󰁲󰁯󰁣󰁫 P󰁡󰁳󰁨󰁥󰁮
Frederick’s quartet had a coordinated look for their performance at All-State Chorus in Sioux Falls on Nov. 2. Pictured from left are Hattie Zinter, Jayden Mikkonen, music director Liz Labesky, Cole Hinz and Mariah Mikkonen.
imohy Woods, direcor o choral aciviies, direced he sudens o help hem prepare or heir peror-mance in Sioux Falls. Aside rom he workshop, Frederick’s quare prac-iced regularly wih Miss Labesky. Te group me afer school and on enhancemen days.“I’s he mos difficul music I’ve seen in years,” Labesky said beore he even, “bu we have a very compeen and experienced quare. I have complee confidence in hem.”Te quare lef or Sioux Falls on Oc. 31. Pracice sared he nex morning and coninued unil noon on Saurday. Te final perormance was Saurday nigh and was aired live hrough Souh Dakoa Public Broadcasing.
Pink Ladies put together ‘cancer-kickin’ cookbook
Te local Pink Ladies group is selling cookbooks as a undraiser or Brown Couny Relay or Lie.“Everyone loves cookbooks so we hough we would give i a ry,” said Sephanie Sumpion, one o he Pink Ladies. Also, insead o consanly calling each oher or recipes, we decided we would jus make a book so we had hem a our fingerips.’’Te cookbook has 500 recipes, including a secion dedicaed o slow-cooker meals.Te books are $15. Tey will arrive by Nov. 25, in ime or Chrismas giving. Tey can also be shipped or an addiional ee.o order, call Milissa Podoll a 329-7511 or Sumpion a 252-0302.
 
Frederick
 
F.Y.I.
 
November 2013
 
 
3
FRIDAY, NOV. 22
Enhancemen,
 10 a.m. o noon.
SATURDAY, NOV. 23
 Junior high girls baskeball,
Brion Jamorboree, 9 a.m. in Brion. Sevenh-graders only.
Frederick Area Snow Queen cones,
4:30 p.m. a he school. Te senior Snow Queen winner  will receive a scholarship, sponsored by Frederick Forward, and he senior alen cones winner will receive a cash prize.
TUESDAY, NOV. 26
 Junior high girls baskeball,
 v. Ellendale, 4 p.m. a Leola.
THURSDAY, NOV. 28
Happy Tanksgiving!
 No school Tursday and Friday.
MONDAY, DEC. 2
Frederick Ciy Council meeing,
7 p.m. a he Communiy Cener.
FRIDAY, DEC. 6
 Junior high girls baskeball,
 v. Norhwesern, 4 p.m. in Frederick.
Sae Oral Inerpreaion Fesival,
 Waerown. Coninues on Saurday.
SATURDAY, DEC. 7
Fesival of rees,
 par o he Holiday Exravaganza, 9 a.m. o 4 p.m., Frederick Area Museum. Coffee and cookies will be served.
Cookie Walk,
par o he Holiday Exravaganza, noon o 4 p.m., Communiy Cener.
 Junior high girls baskeball ournamen
in Groon.
MONDAY, DEC. 9
Frederick Area School Board meeing,
 7 p.m. in he school library.
TUESDAY, DEC. 10
 Junior high girls  baskeball,
 v. Brion, 4 p.m. in Brion.
THURSDAY, DEC. 12
 Winer concer,
7 p.m. a Frederick Area School.
FRIDAY, DEC. 13
Baskeball doubleheader,
 v. Faulkon, 4 p.m. a Leola.
SATURDAY, DEC. 14
Baskeball doubleheader,
 boys and girls, 2 p.m. a Groon.
 Junior high girls baskeball,
 v.  Warner in Warner.
MONDAY, DEC. 16
Boys baskeball,
 v. Langord, in Frederick.
 Junior high girls baskeball,
 v. Ipswich, 4 p.m. in Leola.
Your independent community bank since 1882
314 Main St. Frederick, South Dakota 605-329-2455
FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
What’s coming up
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 Ha ve so me t h i ng  to add  to  t he ca le nda r ?
 E-ma i l  yo ur s u bm iss ion  to 
 ne ws@ f  rede r ic k sd.co m.
  Te dead l ine  f or s u bm iss ion  f or  t he ne x  t  iss ue o f   Freder ic k   F. Y. I.  is  No v.  25.  Tan k s!
Family far away?
Give them a gift that keeps them connected.
Frederick F.Y.I. gift subscriptions available!
To order, send $30 to
Frederick Forward, P.O. Box 533, Frederick, SD 57441.
 Make sure to include a note with the new subscriber’s name and address.
Family far awa
 
y?
Give them a gift that keeps them connected.
Frederick F.Y.I. gift subscriptions available!
To order, send $30 to
Frederick Forward, P.O. Box 533, Frederick, SD 57441.
 Make sure to include a note with the new subscriber’s name and address.
Flu shots
Adults in the community can get flu shots at Frederick Area School on Wednesday, Nov. 20. Students will also receive flu shots that day. The cost is $20. Community members should arrive at 9 a.m. For insurance filing reasons, Brown County Health prefers that Medicare patients get their shots at a clinic in Aberdeen or Ellendale. Those who would have difficulty getting to an out-of-town clinic, however, are welcome to get a shot at the school Nov. 20.
For more information, call 626-2649.
Campbell immediaely noi-fied he bank. Te vehicle lef bu reurned a shor ime laer. Employees now on he lookou saw he ve-hicle approaching and immedi-aely locked he door. Te driv-er saw he employee a he door and anoher a he window ob-serving he car, hen fled.  A bank employee called po-lice, who warned oher banks in surrounding owns wih descripions o he vehicle and he driver.  A 2:30 ha afernoon, Gae Ciy Bank in Carringon, N.D., abou 120 miles norh o Fred-erick, was robbed when a per-son meeing he same descrip-ion, bu in a differen vehicle, handed a noe o he eller. Te police caugh he suspec abou 60 miles away rom Car-ringon, near Marin, N.D. A vehicle maching he de-scripion o he one in Freder-ick was ound abandoned. I is no known i he robber  was armed, bu no one was in- jured in he robbery.Residens are encouraged o repor any suspicious aciviy hey see, even in a small own such as Frederick, as crime can happen in a own o any size.
ROBBERY:
 Suspect was caught
Coninued fom fon page

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