If you would like to get your information on the bulletin board, please email bulletinboardpsa@gmail.com.

 

 

Strong Together Fundraiser

Riverfront Broadcasting & First National Bank in Yankton are partnering up with other area businesses to help flood victims in NE Nebraska and SE South Dakota. You can help two ways.
Make a financial donation to the “Strong Together Flood Relief” Fund at First National Bank or by purchasing our special “Strong Together” t-shirt for only $10!

100% of all proceeds will be going to LOCAL flood victims. Get your Strong Together t-shirts at the Riverfront Broadcasting Studios, 202 W. 2nd St.

 

 

FECC Raffle

Looking for a chance to win and help with a good cause? Participate in the Family Education and Counseling Center raffle in Yankton! FECC is a non-profit agency that doesn’t deny services to anybody regardless of ability to pay and the money raised will go towards ensuring that this mission is possible. The cash raffle drawing will be held on July 26th during the quarterly board meeting and you don’t need to be present to win. Each ticket is $10 with the Grand Prize of $500 plus 20 other individual winners. You can purchase your tickets at FECC and Riverfront Broadcasting. Somebody has to win this money! It might as well be you.

Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Cash Raffle to Support FECC.

 

 

Boys & Girls Club Raffle

Your chance to win a 2019 Chevy Cruze LT Hatchback is here, but it ends July 31st! The Boys and Girls Club are selling Raffle tickets for $100 which could win you a 2019 Chevy Cruze LT Hatchback or $20,000 toward a new vehicle from Northtown Automotive. Raffle tickets area available at The Boys and Girls Club of Yankton, Northtown Automotive, Riverfront Broadcasting or online at www.greatfuturessd.org. The grand prize drawing will be held on the evening of July 31st with a free meal and fun games.

 

 

Cedar County Fair

Don’t miss the Cedar County Fair, July 17th- 21st in Hartington. The fair begins Wednesday with the Barrel Racing and local talent show. Thursday night is the Cedar County Fair Rodeo. Come watch professional cowboys and cowgirls compete in seven rodeo events and cheer on your favorite contestants. Rock out with the lead singer of Posion, Bret Michaels on Thursday night and Friday the party continues with country music star, Jordan Davis! End the fair fun on on Sunday with the crowd favorite Nebraska Bush Pullers Tractor Pull.

Visit www.cedarcountyfair.net for a full schedule and to purchase tickets.

 

 

Movie at the Meridian

Bring your family and friends to enjoy the Movie at the Meridian featuring Emperor’s New Groove on Saturday, July 20th.  This completely free event includes activities and snacks. Enjoy inflatables & games beginning at 8:30 PM. The movie, Emperor’s New Groove will start at  at 9:45 PM (or dusk).

Movie at Meridian is hosted by Restore Church in Yankton and Services Center Federal Credit Union.

 

 

Charity Poker Run

Help  the Yankton Sack Pack program continue to feed kids in our community with the 8th annual Charity Poker Run on Saturday, July 20th. All vehicles are welcome! Register at the Upper Deck from 11 am to noon. Cost is $20 and includes t-shirt and a chance to win up to $1,000! This poker run includes five stops ending with a free dinner at the Upper Deck, a 50/50 auction, and gun raffle.

Don’t miss the Hy-Vee Supermarket Sweep. Tickets are $10 each or 6 for $50 to will be entered into a drawing after the Poker Run. Grad prize winner gets a 2-minute solo run through Hy-Vee to grab any food items you want (no alcohol, tobacco, or baby products). Two runners- up will also receive gift cards. All money raised from the poker run and super market sweep is sent directly to the Ynakton Sack Pack and School Food Pantry programs.

Check out Yankton Food for Thought on Facebook for more information, or call Kenneth at (605) 661-4952 or Jeff at (605) 660-8582.

 

 

Heritage Music Fest

Enjoy a day of country, gospel, and big band music at the Heritage Music Fest, Saturday, July 20th at the Elk Point school gym. Experience the sounds of Terry Smith, Prodigal Sons, Dale Eichor, Jan Schifrel, Phil & Friends, Kim Plender, Roy King, Elaine Peacock, and more.

Enjoy the Masons famous roast beef dinner at 5 pm. Bring your lawn chair and a free will donation for excellent music benefiting the Elk Point Masonic Lodge Youth Scholarship program. The Heritage music fest will be held 11 am to 9 pm in the air conditioned Elk Point school gym. Visit www.epmusicfest.wix.com/2019.

 

 

Vacation Bible School

 Join the Redeeming Grace Bible Church in Babylon, where you’ll explore what life was like for Daniel and his friends, captives in a strange land, and how their faith and courage helped them stay true to God in hard situations. Visit with Daniel, play games, craft cool projects, sing, eat yummy snacks and make new friends. There is no charge to attend.
This 3-day adventure is open to children 3 to 12 years old and runs from Sunday, July 21 through Tuesday, July 23, 6:00 to 8:30 pm. Check in begins at 5:30pm on Sunday, July 21, but please pre-register online or call to register.
Please pre-register at www.RedeemingGraceBC.org/vacation-bible-school/  or call 661-0938 if you cannot access the website online.
Redeeming Grace Bible Church is located at the corner of 19th St. and Burleigh in Yankton.

 

 

YALC Adult Spelling Bee

Get a team together for some friendly competition. The Yankton Area Literacy Ccouncil is hosting the  2nd Annual Adult Spelling Bee on Wednesday, July 24th. Teams of 4-6 can compete for a $30 registration fee with funds going to support literacy events and book giveaways across the Yankton community. Message the Yankton Area Literacy Council’s Facebook Page to reserve a spot and bring your registration fee to the event. YALC Adult Spelling Bee will be hosted at The Copper Room.

Lucky Ducky Pluck

The Yankton Kiwanis Club and Yankton County Parents as Teachers are sponsoring the 10th Annual Ducky Pluck on July 25th at the Memorial Park Pool area. The Kiddie Carnival will begin at 6:00 pm
followed by the Lucky Duck Pluck at 7:00 pm.
The theme for this year’s Kiddie Carnival is summer and beach fun. For the children’s lucky duck carnival game, children can purchase a rubber ducky for $1.00 at the carnival and those ducks will be dumped into the kiddie pool. There will be prizes for first, second and third place for whose lucky duck is plucked.
All other carnival game tickets will be sold at the events for .25 cents each. The carnival is held near the
kiddie pool. Tickets for the 10th Annual Duck Pluck are currently being sold by PAT board members, Kiwanis Club members and various weeknights at HyVee. Tickets are $10.00 for each duck or a Quack Pack of 3 for $25.00.

 

 

Rock N Rumble Motorcycle Rally

Rev up for the 5th Annual Rock N Rumble Motorcycle Rally in Downtown Yankton July 26th & 27th. Enjoy FREE live music featuring Jade Monkey and Judd Hoos Friday and The Rock Hardy’s Band, Quazy Band and The Rude Band on Saturday. Both days have poker runs with the winner bringing home 1,000 dollars! There is plenty more to enjoy at this year’s Rock N Rumble with The Mrs. Rock N Rumble contest , bike parade, bike show, loudest pipes contest as well as the best biker couple contest!

Get to downtown Yankton Friday and Saturday the 26th and 27th for delicious food from a variety of vendors and a beer garden with proceeds going toward local charities! Support the community by having fun and enjoying the 5th Annual Rock N Rumble in downtown Yankton Friday the 26th and Saturday the 27th.

 

 

South Dakota Chislic Festival

It’s time for the Second Annual South Dakota Chislic Festival in Freeman Saturday, July 27th  from 9am to 9pm. This year will feature more room, more hours, more beer, and more chislic! Enjoy 40 acres of chislic, craft beers, live bands, vendor booths, and  kids activities. Go to www.SDChislicFestival.com for list of events.

 

 

Step Forward to Prevent Suicide Walk

Bridging Yankton, Pathways to Hope, Help & Healing, will be hosting the 3 rd annual Step Forward to Prevent Suicide Walk on Saturday, August 3 rd , 2019 at Riverside Park in Yankton. Registration will start at 8:30am, and the event will begin at 9:00am at the Riverside Park Amphitheater. The 1.5 mile walk will include the Yankton Meridian Bridge and is followed by a remembrance ceremony at the amphitheater. There is no cost to participate, and walkers can register as individuals or as a team the day of the event or online at helplinecenter.org.
Proceeds from the event will also support the Helpline Center to provide statewide prevention services, educational programs, and support to survivors of suicide loss. Bridging Yankton, Pathways to Hope, Help & Healing, is a suicide prevention group to increase suicide awareness by supporting local and statewide prevention efforts which provide hope, help, and healing to individuals and families in our community. For more information about the event, please call 605-665-6766 or email info@yanktonunitedway.org.

 

 

Concert to benefit McCrossan Boys Ranch

Mark Wills one of the newest members of the Grand Ole Opry is coming to Parker, SD on November 2nd, 2019 at 7PM to the Parker High School Gymnasium.  This event is sponsored by the Turner County Charity Youth Pheasant Hunt.   Tickets are available now on line at  www.itickets.com and at Merchant State Bank in Freeman, Hurley, Viborg, & Irene,  Security State Bank in Chancellor, and at McCrossan Boys Ranch in Sioux Falls.  Cost is $25 for adults and $10 for youth in grades k-12.  All seats are general admission.  The money raised will be given to McCrossan Boys Ranch.