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Condolences to the Lachelt- Birdsall families on the passing of Jane Lachelt Maynard, class of 63.

Also condolences to the Farrell family upon the passing of Etta Farrell Pascoe, class of 60.

Belated condolences to the Hardman family on the loss of their brother Don Hardman, class of 55.

Also belated condolences to the Britton - McCleery families on the loss of Karen Britton McCleery, class of 57.

Another belated condolence to the Schmaltz - Krumholz families. Mary Anne Krumholz, class of 59 passed away in Feb.

I have not added their obits to my obit pages yet but I hope to add them and many, many more that I have found in the Rapid City Journal archives. Keep checking the link below for the additions.

click here for obits

It was voted at the recent reunion to hold it again next year and at the same location. The reunion will be July 20, 2019 at the Post 22 Legion Club in Rapid City, SD.

Hopefully all of those that got the newsletter realized that I got carried away with the 2's. As I stated above the reunion in on the 20th, not the 22nd.

The All-Class Reunion will be July 20, 019 at the American Legion Club Post 22 at 818 E St Patrick in Rapid City. Happy hour, sign-in 4:00 pm. Short program at 5:00 pm and meal at 5:30 pm. The price for the meal is $25 payable by July 4, 2019 to the Provo High School Alumni Association. Mail to Jim Anderson, 822 E Indiana St, Rapid City, SD 57701-5835

Individual class reunions are usually on Friday evening. (no info at this time but several members of the Class of 63 are planning a cruise early in 2020, for more information contact Jim Kime (

Set-up Saturday morning at 10:00 am. Coffee and visiting Saturday afternoon, All-Class Reunion Saturday evening, times above. Coffee and visiting from 10:00 am to noon.

The All-Class reunion / Igloo picnic has morphed into a combined Igloo - Provo School - BHOD reunion and all who are interested are welcome. If you have questions, you can contact me with the contact information at the bottom of the page.

The important thing is that the reunion will continue and as I said in the last newsletter, IGLOO LIVES ON.

I am finding a lot of information in the Rapid City Journal archives in addition to the obits and am still working on the "Igloo Magazine" copying and indexing at the Case Library. I am hoping to build a master index but I am not sure if I have that many years left.

Looking for copies of the Igloo Magazine which was published in the 1940's.

I am also looking for pictures and info about Camp Old Broadaxe, the old Boy Scout camp near Nemo.

Igloo, South Dakota: The Utopia That War Built

I meet a couple of years ago with Michael Zimny from South Dakota Public Broadcasting concerning an article that he was doing about Igloo. I was fortunate to accompany him on a tour of the Renovation area of BHOD. The links to his article are;SDPB link and

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