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Sully Cadets raise $7,600 at annual hog roast supper

Sully Cadet Trew Arthur, shown walking between tables with his back to the camera, checks on local community members – including his parents Shannon and Miranda and sister Trinity – enjoying the hog roast supper the Cadets served on Wednesday, Nov. 16, at Sully Christian School.   Cold temperatures didn’t stop locals from enjoying or Sully Christian...
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Sully Family Fun Night draws a supportive crowd

Over 200 people escaped the season’s coldest temperatures to date and warmed up inside the Sully Community Center on Saturday, Nov. 19, at Family Fun Night featuring bingo and a soup supper. Doors to the public opened at 5 p.m. and all seats were taken shortly after as guests geared up for a night of hearty...
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Farm to table by Julie Van Manen

We are anticipating an exciting, event-filled end of the week celebrating Thanksgiving, the annual turning on the Christmas lights at the farm, Christmas tree excursion (just looked at email and saw the pig load schedule for the week – looks like we will load a load of pigs before the Christmas tree excursion on Friday),...
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Vos continues as L-S Board President, parking lot contract moves forward

The Lynnville-Sully Board of Education held its annual meeting on Monday, Nov. 21, at 6:35 p.m. in the high school library. President Tammy Vos called the meeting to order with boardmembers Jer Schnell, Amanda Jones, Gerry Van Dyke, and Dave Foster present along with superintendent Matt Dunsbergen, board secretary Karla De Cook, student ex-officio Kyle...
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Fall Sports Salute

Memorable volleyball season for L-S netters Lynnville-Sully’s volleyball team finished its 2022 season with a 7-26 overall record and 2-8 conference record. “We had a great group of girls this season and it’s encouraging, but not always easy, to watch the program develop,” said head coach Kyra Smith. From the start of practice on Aug. 8 to...
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L-S Winter Sports Preview

Tough season-opener loss for girls basketball against state-ranked E-B-F The Lynnville-Sully girls basket-ball team kicked off the regular season by traveling to Class 2A’s sixth-ranked Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont on Friday, Nov. 18. The state-ranked Rockets were too much for the Hawks, whose slow start caused trouble early. The Hawks fell in their season debut, 60-44. The Hawks were only...
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