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Milbank Train Festival Celebrate the Golden Age of Trains in Milbank, SD, founded in 1880 when the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul first laid rails. August 13-15, 1999 Whetstone Valley Express Departure Schedule Friday, August 13 5:00 p.m .................. Pizza Express 7:00 p.m .................. To Corona Saturday, August 14 Noon .................................. To Corona 3:30 p.m ............................. To Corona 7:00 p.m ............................. To Corona Short Rides: 10:30 a.m.; 12:30 p.m.; 1:45 p.m.; 4 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. Sunday, August 15 12:30 p.m ........................... To Corona 5:00 p.m ............................. To Corona Short Rides: 10:45 a.m.; I p.m.; 2:15 p.m.; 3:30 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. For more information or to make reservations call the Milbank Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-675-6656 A Stroll through the Park Visit Milbank's Courthouse Park for a Victorian-era arts fes- tival. More than 100 artisans dis- play their handmade treasures. Horsepower in Action See cowboys and horses perform at the Whetstone Valley Rodeo Association's Ranch Rodeo. After riding the real thing, be sure to check out the Model Train Show. Or enjoy the annual auto show which features antique vehicles. Enhancing the Quality of Life in Milbank and Surrounding Communities T Pr " Opp "" We Work o ovlde ortunltles For Educational Scholarships Better Recreation Facilities Improved Health Care Social Activities Youth Programs . . * Historic Preservation ,, A A\\; Cultural and Artistic Opportunities L" X,,%I " " ' " vV" 'I The Milbank Community Foundation was formed June 17, 1993 to receive and accept .l,- "^ II ,,,,,4,, /'_ money and property for charitable or benevolent purposes for the residents of the  M,, ,u,,uo Milbank area. 501(c)3 status was granted October 1993. The Milbank Community  are aenerated from Foundation currently manages 12 funds. Three are operating funds, Unity Square, - .'LL.-.----  Midwest Dairy Institute and Whetstone Valley Railroad Historical Society. Other funds 17 IOl3Zll I;;llZlrlRIUIt are Grant County Combined Appeal Fund, Grant County Medical Fund, Grant-Deuel -",, rlnll:r_l '' High School Scholarship Fund, Parks and Recreation Fund, Youth in Agriculture Fund, ".-L,, ....... ,." M"I Windmill Restoration Fund, Renee Mclntosh, Friends of the Prairie. r V' N" We appreciate your support.t v v " COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 301 S. Main St., Milbank, SD 57252 For more information call David Gulck at 605-432-9229 or mcf@tnics.com Milbank Train Festival Celebrate the Golden Age of Trains in Milbank, SD, founded in 1880 when the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul first laid rails. August 13-15, 1999 Whetstone Valley Express Departure Schedule Friday, August 13 5:00 p.m .................. Pizza Express 7:00 p.m .................. To Corona Saturday, August 14 Noon .................................. To Corona 3:30 p.m ............................. To Corona 7:00 p.m ............................. To Corona Short Rides: 10:30 a.m.; 12:30 p.m.; 1:45 p.m.; 4 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. Sunday, August 15 12:30 p.m ........................... To Corona 5:00 p.m ............................. To Corona Short Rides: 10:45 a.m.; I p.m.; 2:15 p.m.; 3:30 p.m. & 5:30 p.m. For more information or to make reservations call the Milbank Chamber of Commerce at 1-800-675-6656 A Stroll through the Park Visit Milbank's Courthouse Park for a Victorian-era arts fes- tival. More than 100 artisans dis- play their handmade treasures. Horsepower in Action See cowboys and horses perform at the Whetstone Valley Rodeo Association's Ranch Rodeo. After riding the real thing, be sure to check out the Model Train Show. Or enjoy the annual auto show which features antique vehicles. Enhancing the Quality of Life in Milbank and Surrounding Communities T Pr " Opp "" We Work o ovlde ortunltles For Educational Scholarships Better Recreation Facilities Improved Health Care Social Activities Youth Programs . . * Historic Preservation ,, A A\\; Cultural and Artistic Opportunities L" X,,%I " " ' " vV" 'I The Milbank Community Foundation was formed June 17, 1993 to receive and accept .l,- "^ II ,,,,,4,, /'_ money and property for charitable or benevolent purposes for the residents of the  M,, ,u,,uo Milbank area. 501(c)3 status was granted October 1993. The Milbank Community  are aenerated from Foundation currently manages 12 funds. Three are operating funds, Unity Square, - .'LL.-.----  Midwest Dairy Institute and Whetstone Valley Railroad Historical Society. Other funds 17 IOl3Zll I;;llZlrlRIUIt are Grant County Combined Appeal Fund, Grant County Medical Fund, Grant-Deuel -",, rlnll:r_l '' High School Scholarship Fund, Parks and Recreation Fund, Youth in Agriculture Fund, ".-L,, ....... ,." M"I Windmill Restoration Fund, Renee Mclntosh, Friends of the Prairie. r V' N" We appreciate your support.t v v " COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 301 S. Main St., Milbank, SD 57252 For more information call David Gulck at 605-432-9229 or mcf@tnics.com