Carly Rushman of Denver, Colorado, and Micah Scherbarth of Alliance, Nebraska, were wed on June 20, 2020, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in rural Lodgepole. Pastor Michael Eckelkamp of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Denver officiated the 3:30 p.m. ceremony. Best man was the groom’s good friend, Nolan Hamilton of Casper, Wyoming. Ashley Lindholm of Gurley, NE, served her sister as matron of honor. Additional attendants to the groom were Will Krause of Lakeside, NE. friend of the groom; Isaac Friesen of Hot Springs, SD. brother-in-law of the groom; and Zane Hamilton of Gordon, NE, friend of the groom. The bride’s attendants were Jaimee Rushman of Dalton, NE, sister-in-law of the bride; Rachael Ernest of Dalton, NE, cousin of the bride; and Ashton Marshall of Grand Island, NE, friend of the bride. Ushers were Tyler Rushman, brother of the bride, and Kevin Lindholm, brother-in-law of the bride. Ring bearers were Kyle Friesen, nephew of the groom, and Kade Rushman, nephew of the bride. Flower girls were Peyton Rushman and Lynnora Lindholm, nieces of the bride. A reception followed at the Prairie Winds Community Center in Bridgeport. Following a road trip through the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park, the couple is at home in Alliance where Micah is engaged in ranching. Carly is employed as a middle school teacher at Immanuel Lutheran School in Alliance.
To those interested in the exciting happenings and regular business of Morrill County Community Hospital’s ambulance services – Morrill County Advanced Life Support (ALS):
LYONS—Entrepreneurs interested in growing their business during COVID-19 are invited to attend a variety of workshops set to occur throughout September. These free, online events are sponsored by the Center for Rural Affairs’ Rural Enterprise Assistance Project.
Don’t forget to make plans to swing by PWCC this Thursday between 2 and 4 p.m. to thank Wayne for all the hard work he has given to the city and to wish him well in the future!
The Chadron State College rodeo this weekend will be the first sports event involving CSC students since early March when games, meets and even rodeos came to an abrupt halt because of the coronavirus pandemic.