Nov 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm
Welcome to Street Masters
Click the link below to view 30 years of Street Masters Dam Run Logos
From just a “Dam Picnic” 1988-1990 to a “Dam Run” in 2019
1990 – 2019
Dam Run Logos
Three Aces and a pair of Jacks!
Patrick Callahan, Street Master’s President presented the winning’s to Brett this afternoon.
Brett & Rhonda Hanson of Pierre won $500 cash in the SMCC Dam Run Poker Run!
The Hanson’s immediately donated $250 to the ‘Pennies for Robert’ fundraiser!
Pierre Mayor Steve Harding and Fort Pierre Mayor Gloria Hansen stopped by
the Dam Run Show and Shine to chose their favorite cars on Saturday.
Pierre Mayor Steve Harding, Claude Bent, Hot Springs, SD,
Tony Denke, Chadron, NE and Fort Pierre Mayor Gloria Hansen
Mayor Hansen chose Tony and Jess Denke’s 1967 Firebird from Chadron, NE.
Mayor Harding picked Claude and Karen Bent’s 1958 Chevrolet Impala.
The Bents hail from Hot Springs, SD.
The Paddlewheeler “Sunset” will offer rides on Friday, August 9,
departing from the dock at Lilly Park, in Fort Pierre.
Another fun addition to Dam Run 2019!!
The Sunset will be offering a river cruise on Friday (Aug 9) from 7-9. Cost is $26.12 (age 14+); under 14 free with adult. They have 84 passenger capacity.
They encourage people to sign up at the Fare Harbor website here:
Patrick and Karen Callahan headed West in the Wagon
for the Rapid City Cruiser Car Show last weekend.
No parts fell off the wagon and they safely returned
with a few photos from the event.
We lost Deb Eich last August, shortly after our 29th Annual Dam Run.
In honor of her outstanding photographic talents, the Club
has assembled a 2020 calendar of some of her favorite photos.
This limited edition calendar is available now.
Beth Urban at 605 280 5562 to reserve your copy.
The calendars are priced at $20.00 for a single copy and 2 for $35.00.
All net proceeds will be donated to the Helmsley Cancer Center of Pierre, SD.
“Pennies for Robert”!
Patrick and Karen Callahan’s Caprice Wagon was chosen as the People’s Choice!
Austin Bernhard, Market President, presents the check and trophy to Patrick Callahan
The fundraiser for “Pennies for Robert“, hosted by American Bank and Trust, raised $292.85 on behalf of
Street Master continuing fund drive.
A huge shout out to the AB&T staff for a great evening of food and fun!
Photos from tonite’s car show at American Bank and Trust in PIerre
Lawrence Iversen, father of Street Master member Larry Iversen,
passed away on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 in Pierre, SD
Visitation will be Sunday, June 30, 2019 at St John’s Catholic Church in Fort Pierre,
5-6 pm with a prayer service to follow at 6pm
Funeral services will be held at St John’s at 2pm on Monday, July 1
Lawrence (Larry) Iversen
Lawrence (Larry) Christian Iversen, 91 of Pierre South Dakota, died Wednesday, June 25th at Avera Maryhouse in Pierre with his family and loved ones by his side. A Mass of Christian Burial will held on Monday, July 1st at 2:00pm at the St. John’s Catholic Church in Ft. Pierre with a visitation on Sunday, June 30th from 5:00-6:00pm with at 6:00pm prayer service at St. John’s Catholic Church in Ft. Pierre. Burial will be a the Scotty Philip Cemetery Ft. Pierre.
Larry was born January 13, 1928 in Ft. Pierre and lived on the family homestead along the Bad River. He graduated from high school in 1946 and enlisted in the U.S. Army, attaining the rank of Staff Sergeant while stationed in Germany during the Korean War. He met and married Ann Hansen in Detroit Michigan. He attended watchmaking school in Denver Colorado, and he and Ann opened The Jewel Box in Pierre until moving to Venice Florida in 1965, operating Iversen Jewelry until retirement in 1983.
Larry returned full-time to Pierre where he enjoyed working on cars, riding horses, farming, fixing anything mechanical, and spending time with family and friends. He most enjoyed the time on his “hobby” ranch, where he spent every day feeding the horses and barn cats. Grateful for having shared in his life are his daughter, Deborah A. Iversen of Sarasota Florida; his son Lawrence (Callie) G. Iversen of Ft. Pierre; long-time friend Teddie Adamski of Pierre; and Teddie’s daughter, Tara Adamski of Pierre.
He was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, and sisters.
Please keep Larry and Callie and the Iversen family in your thoughts and prayers