Upcoming Events

Jun
2
Thu
2022 Wheel Jam Truck Show – June 2-5, 2022 ~ South Dakota State Fairgrounds, Huron, SD @ South State Fairgrounds
Jun 2 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 5 @ 5:00 pm

June 2-5, 2022

South Dakota State Fairgrounds
Huron, SD

605-354-2809

Event Schedule

www.wheeljamtruckshow.com

 

Jun
3
Fri
Shades of the Past ~ Marshall, MN ~ June 3-4, 2022 @ Marshall, MN
Jun 3 @ 6:00 pm – Jun 4 @ 5:00 pm

Printable Flyer

Shades of the Past 2022

Jun
11
Sat
9th Annual Sioux Avenue Cruise ~ Pierre, SD ~ June 11, 2022 ~ Spececial Appearance by the Sidehackers! @ Welll...Sioux Avenue!!
Jun 11 @ 5:00 pm – Jun 12 @ 11:00 pm

9th Annual Sioux Avenue Cruise
Saturday, June 11, 2022

Special Appearance

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Jun
17
Fri
48th Annual MSRA “Back to the Fifties” Weekend ~ Minnesota State Fairgrounds Complex ~ St Paul, MN ~ June 17-19, 2022 @ Minnesota State Fairgrounds Complex 
Jun 17 @ 9:00 am – Jun 19 @ 1:00 pm

 

48th Annual MSRA “Back to the Fifties” Rod Run 
Minnesota State Fairgrounds Complex 

St Paul, MN

June 17-19, 2022

Jesse James Day Car Show/Shine ~ Garretson, SD ~ Friday, June 17, 2022 @ Garretson High School
Jun 17 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Jesse James Day Car Show/Shine

Friday, June 17, 2022

 

6:00pm-10:00pm

Jun
18
Sat
Old Settler’s Days Car Show presented by Jan Busse Ford Pioneer Garage, Inc ~ Highmore, SD ~ June 18, 2022 @ Commercial Avenue
Jun 18 @ 2:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Jun
25
Sat
9th Annual St Lawrence Car Show ~ St Lawrence Natural Park ~ St Lawrence, SD ~ Saturday, June 25, 2022 @ St Lawrence Natural Park
Jun 25 @ 10:00 am – 2:30 pm

9th Annual St Lawrence Car Show

St Lawrence Natural Park 

St Lawrence, SD 

Saturday, June 25, 2022

Welcome to Street Masters
Countdown to Dam Run 2022!

Street Masters Plaque Order has Arrived!

The second order of Club Plaques has arrived.

If you want/need one before our June 20 Club meeting,
contact Curt England at 222-3363.

Curt will make arrangements to meet up with you
and collect the $35 fee (check or cash). 

The plaques will also be available at future meetings.

You must be a current member, in good standing, to purchase plaques. 

Street Masters May 2022 Meeting ~ Rowdy’s @ 1 Stop Travel Plaza ~ Monday, May 16, 2022

NEXT MEETING ~ MAY 16, 2022

 Rowdy’s
Located at the back of the 1-Stop Travel Plaza
29265 US14/83 Pierre

6:00pm for Food
7:00 pm for Meeting

DIRECTIONS: If you are traveling from the west (Pierre/Fort Pierre), find Highway 14 either
by going up Euclid Avenue or the Truck Route. If you go via the truck route then you’re real close because
that road shoots you out pretty close to Grossenburg Implement and Butler…right around there you will find
the 1-Stop Travel Plaza (formerly known as Triple M), turn right – destination is on the left. I ‘paced’ it out:
it’s 2 miles from Donut Shop; .9 miles from the truck by-pass. If you are a mile marker kind-of-person, it’s
between MM 233 and 234 (approximately). If you end up in Blunt, you’ve gone too far. If you get lost don’t
call me because I’ve never been there. If you’re traveling from any other direction, good luck!

2022 Street Masters Scholarship Awardees

2022 Pierre Street Masters Scholarship Awardees

           

Kylen Horsley, 2022 Pierre TF Riggs Senior,
will attend Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown, SD,
enrolled in the Automotive Technology program.

Levi Stover, 2022 Stanley County High School Senior,
will attend Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown, SD,
enrolled in the Diesel Technology program.

   

Canyon Jones, 2022 Pierre TF Riggs Senior,
will attend Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, IA,
enrolled in the Diesel Technology program.

Dave Osterkamp’s Father, Vernon, Passes


Vernon Osterkamp
1923-2022
Please keep Dave and Michelle and the Osterkamp family in your thoughts and prayers
Vernon Osterkamp, 98, of Agar, died peacefully Easter morning, April 17, 2022, at Avera Oahe Manor in Gettysburg.
Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m., Thursday, April 21, 2022 at the United Methodist Church, Gettysburg with Pastor Jeff Adel presiding. Burial will follow in the Onida Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour prior to the service.
Martin Vernon Osterkamp was born November 6, 1923 in Blunt, SD, one of nine children born to Carl and Jennie (Hughart) Osterkamp.
Vernon worked on the family farm with his dad and brothers as well as a driller for Wyoming Oil Drilling. He later moved back to South Dakota to farm with his wife Lilly and some of his children.
Vernon met Lilly Mitchell in a Pierre Grocery Store. They dated for a short time and were married in May of 1947. This union was blessed with 11 children.  At the age of 95, Vernon became a child of God.
Vernon is survived by his wife of 74 years, Lilly; nine children: Karen Longcrier, of Kittery, ME, V. Martin Osterkamp of Agar, SD, Jan Osterkamp of Hay Springs, NE, Royal (Janet) Osterkamp of Willmar, MN, Ben Osterkamp of Honea Path, SC, Lill Verna (Charlie) Anderson of Agar, SD, Betty Osterkamp of Agar, SD, Penny (Jake) Van Brandwijk of Florence, KY, and David (Michele) Osterkamp of Pierre, SD; many grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great-great grandchildren as well as many nieces and nephews.
Vernon was preceded in death by his parents; six brothers; two sisters; twin son, Roy; daughter, Darleen Frye; great grandson, Walter Osterkamp; great-great granddaughter, Natalie Nelson; son-in-law, Bibb Longcrier; and several nieces and nephews.

Street Masters April 2022 Meeting ~ Rowdy’s @ 1 Stop Travel Plaza ~ Monday, April 18, 2022

NEXT MEETING April 2022

at Rowdy’s located at the back of the 1-Stop Travel Plaza – 29265 US14/83 Pierre.

6:00pm for Food

7:00 pm for Meeting

DIRECTIONS: If you are traveling from the west (Pierre/Fort Pierre), find Highway 14 either
by going up Euclid Avenue or the Truck Route. If you go via the truck route then you’re real close because
that road shoots you out pretty close to Grossenburg Implement and Butler…right around there you will find
the 1-Stop Travel Plaza (formerly known as Triple M), turn right – destination is on the left. I ‘paced’ it out:
it’s 2 miles from Donut Shop; .9 miles from the truck by-pass. If you are a mile marker kind-of-person, it’s
between MM 233 and 234 (approximately). If you end up in Blunt, you’ve gone too far. If you get lost don’t
call me because I’ve never been there. If you’re traveling from any other direction, good luck!

Bob Thielen’s Brother, Jerry, Passes

Gerald (Jerry) Thielen

On March 26, 2022, Gerald (Jerry) Lee Thielen left his earthly constraints and entered the Kingdom of Heaven. He entered this world on February 20, 1960, the fourth of six sons born to Harry Albert Thielen and Mildred Jane (Schumacher) Thielen. He was raised in Pierre, South Dakota and there attended public schools, graduating as a Governor in 1978 from T.F. Riggs High School.
To accommodate his illnesses, he resided in assisted living facilities throughout his adult life with frequent and welcomed visits from his oldest brother and sister-in-law, Bob and Roxie, often tagging along was his next oldest brother, Jimmy. As a Governor, he enjoyed listening to, watching, and attending Governor athletic events. The Green Bay Packers was his favorite football team and he did not have any love loss for the Minnesota Vikings, even with his “cousin” Adam Thielen on their roster. The origins of Rock-n-Roll were his music of choice, something that he has passed on to his nieces and nephews.
Now knowing only joy and peace, he was met with loving embraces from those already Above, his brother, James Allen Thielen; his father, Harry Albert Thielen; and his mother, Mildred Jane Thielen.
His brothers, nieces, and nephews saying “goodbye for now” are Bob and Roxie Thielen of Pierre, South Dakota; Bill Thielen and Bob Cerchio of Carbondale, Illinois; James Thielen’s son Damon and Jessica Thielen, Vada and Vance of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Mark and Michelle Thielen, Anderson, Addie Jane and Millie of Springfield, Illinois; and Dave and Nancy Thielen, Bryn and Bergen Jane of Atlanta, Georgia.
Thank you to the Sunset Manor staff in Irene, South Dakota for the wonderful care and concern shown to Jerry. We know you are missing Jerry’s special way of brightening your day as he fondly picked on each of you.
A memorial service will be held at a later date.
With love and many memories, finally Rest in Peace, our brother — Jer Kat.