Moville Days 2018

Photos from the 2018 Moville Days celebration.  See more pictures in the June 14 edition of The Record.

Kingsley Car Show

This album contains 36 photos from the Kingsley Tri-State Cruisers Car Show.  All photos courtesy of The Record's Pam Clark.  (In the preview image is Joe Beeson, a K-P grad who now lives in Akron).

Memorial Day 2018

Photos from this year's Memorial Day services in Moville and the surrounding area, including the Memorial Day pancake breakfast in Moville.  (Preview image -- 2018 Pierson scholarship recipients (left to right): Rachel Stewart, Darin Carlson, Catelyn Hoppe & Kaylee Campbell.  Not pictured: Tyler Hill)

Kingsley Pool Opening

Kingsley's Loring Memorial Pool opened on June 1.  Here are some photos from the pool.  (Preview image: Lifeguards on duty -- Trey Dugan, Abby Sitzmann, Alli Bailey, Rachel Stewart, Sydney Seuntjens, Trina Stewart)

Mother and 6 Baby Raccoons in Field

Here's an interesting set of photos -- a mother and 6 baby raccoons in a field south of Pam Clark's house.

Misc. School Pictures

These are misc. pictures from various school articles. These photos include L-B Quiz Bowl pictures and photos from WC's Olweus Community Service Day  (Preview image: Jadyn Haggin, Beth Struve, Josie Buckholtz, and Kaylie Coulter help out during Olweus Community Service Day at WC).

Lawton-Bronson Preschool Graduation

Here are some pictures from Lawton-Bronson's preschool graduation, which took place May 23 in Bronson.  (The preview image shows Oscar Clark, one of the preschool graduates).

K-P Students at Iowa Industrial Technology Exhibit

Several K-P students who are taking industrial technology classes with Mr. Benson had the opportunity to attend the Iowa Industrial Technology Exposition on Friday, May 11, at Southeast Polk High School in Des Moines. Several of the projects and ribbons are pictured here.  (Preview image: Nathan Kabisch - Blue Ribbon - Beginning Woodworking - cutting board)

2018 Track Photos

This album contains 42 track photos from the 2018 season, courtesy of The Record's Blake Stubbs.

K-P Students at Northwest Iowa Industrial Technology Fair

Kingsley-Pierson students who are taking industrial technology classes with Mr. Benson had the opportunity to attend the Northwest Iowa Industrial Technology Fair on Wednesday, May 2.  These pictures show several of the students who attended, along with their ribbons and medals and projects. (Preview image: Tyler Sitzmann - 1st place Mechanical Board Drafting, 2nd place Mechanical CAD.  Zack Smith - 1st place Mechanical CAD, 2nd place Mechanical Board Drafting.  Not pictured: Alex Martensen - 3rd place Mechanical CAD)

Woodbury Central's Olweus classes do Community Service Projects

Woodbury Central's Olweus classes worked on Community Service Projects. The Moville Senior Center is very grateful for Mrs. Marcy Clark's and student teacher Hayley Senuntjens' group for deep cleaning the Center as well as decorating 250 tray favor cups for the Sioux Falls VA Hospital. Mrs. Kelly McElrath's class handed out May Baskets around Moville, some groups cleaned up the ball diamonds, the Frontage Road area, and a couple of groups entertained the first graders at the Moville Main Street Park. Other groups prepared a thank you dinner for Moville's fire and police staff.

Kingsley-Pierson Egyptian Fair 2018

On Friday, April 20, the Kingsley-Pierson 6th graders taught by Mrs. Boustead had their annual Egyptian Fair -- complete with costumes, snacks, and lots of information about the ancient Egyptians.  (The preview image shows the whole class with their student teacher, Molly McGinnis of Sioux City). 

Classic Photos from Robert Nielsen

A number of classic photos have been added to our gallery thanks to Robert Nielsen.  Robert is a professional photographer and the son of former Moville dentist Owen "Obie" Nielsen.  (Preview image: Old Bleil barn just north of Moville -- April 2017)

Rehearsal Pictures from "High School Musical Jr." at MV/A-O/CO-U

The Maple Valley Anthon Oto Charter Oak Ute High School will perform "High School Musical Jr." on April 13 and 14 in the Mapleton elementary gym with a curtain time of 7:00 p.m.  The
musical is directed by Brian Smeltzer and Lori Berning.  These are some photos from rehearsals, courtesy of Lori Berning.

2018 Arlington Future Farmers Easter Egg Hunt

The Arlington Future Farmers 4-H Club held their annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Moville Park on Saturday morning, March 31, at 10:00 A.M.  It was a cold, blustery morning, but that didn't stop the kids' enthusiasm as they filled their Easter baskets.  (Preview image: Harrison and Oscar Clark with the Easter Bunny)

2018 Kingsley & Pierson Easter Egg Hunts

Photos from the 2018 Easter egg hunts in Kingsley and Pierson

March 2018 Snow Pictures

These snow pictures from March 7, 2018 were taken by Pam Clark of The Record (Preview image: Lucian Dimmitt and his friends at daycare)

Ice Photos from Pam Clark (February 20, 2018)

The Record's Pam Clark posted these photos on her Facebook page on February 20, 2018 -- a day after an ice storm closed down schools and other activities around the area.  As you can see, every branch was covered with ice.

Lawton-Bronson Speech Photos

Bobier Studio sent these group photos from Lawton-Bronson speech. Two of the groups -- Varsity Choral Reading ("Work in Progress") and TV News ("FAKE News") -- advanced to All-State.  (Preview image: Varsity Choral Reading)

5th Annual Quiltin' Bee (February 3, 2018)

The Record's Pam Clark took these photos from the 5th annual Quiltin' Bee, which took place on Saturday, February 3 at the Moville Community Center.

Eagle Photos from Pam Clark (Jan. 31, 2018)

The Record's Pam Clark took these eagle photos on January 31.  She says, "It reached 38 degrees this afternoon and the eagles were back in their favorite tree south of Kinglsey on our farm."

District Speech Photos

On pages 12 and 13 of this week's Record (Feb. 1, 2018), you will find photos and information about the speech students who advanced to the state contest, which will take place this Saturday (Feb. 3) in Le Mars.  This gallery contains additional photos from the speech students who competed at the district contest on January 20.  (Preview image: Lawton-Bronson Varsity Choral Reading)

Sunrise Photos from Pam Clark

These beautiful sunrise photos were all taken by Pam Clark of The Record.  The preview image shows a golden sunrise in November, and Pam took the other five photos on January 19, 2018.

Basketball and Wrestling Pictures (January 9-15, 2018)

This album contains basketball pictures from January 9 (Kingsley-Pierson vs. Lawton-Bronson) and January 12 (Kingsley-Pierson vs. Woodbury Central), as well as wrestling pictures from January 13.

Sunset Photos from Pam Clark

The Record's Pam Clark took some beautiful sunset photos over the past week.  She took some of them at her home, and she took some as she was driving to Omaha over the weekend.

Class Photos from River Valley Elementary

The Record's Karen Newman sent us these class photos from River Valley Elementary School.  There are 16 photos in this album -- one of each class from preschool through fifth grade.

Anthon-Oto Elementary Class Photos

The Record's Karen Newman sent us these class photos from the Anthon-Oto elementary building (preschool through fifth grade).  

Pierson Santa Day (December 16, 2017)

Santa visited Pierson on Saturday afternoon, December 16, and handed out treats with the assistance of his helper, Beth Christensen (shown in the preview image). The American Legion & Auxiliary served a delicious soup lunch, and a drawing for hams and turkeys was also held. (This album contains two pages of photos -- 42 pictures all together.  All photos by Pam Clark of The Record.)

Lawton-Bronson Elementary Christmas Program 2017

The Record's Pam Clark went to the dress rehearsal for the elementary Christmas program at Lawton-Bronson and took these photos.  The program was held Monday evening, December 11 in the Bronson gym.

Woodbury Central Students Join "Hour of Code"

Computer Science Education Week was December 4th – 8th. Many students at Woodbury-Central were involved with the Hour of Code during the week. . The Hour of Code is a global movement by Computer Science Education Week and reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming.  (All photos by Kim Lilly of Woodbury Central)

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