Are you downsizing your personal things?
If you are going to discard any Manning/family pictures, old history, documents, yearbooks, etc. - then I'll gladly take them to preserve.
I sound like a broken record but I'm constantly begging people to let me scan their old Manning stuff because someday it will ALL get thrown away.
Over the last month or two, I heard more of these downsizing/throwing comments where for various reasons the individuals/family decided to just toss the old historical stuff.

So if you read this and say to yourself that you and your kids/grandkids will NEVER throw the family stuff - you and I may not live long enough to see it happen, but it WILL.

History repeats and I'm constantly hearing about people throwing their old stuff, so let's stop repeating that history and get things to me to digitize and preserve.


Do any girl scouts or parents have pictures of this event?

Fort Dodge Indian Society at Manning
June 17, 1972

The Fort Dodge, Indian Lore Society appeared at the American Legion Hall in Manning Tuesday evening sponsored by the Manning Girl Scouts.
The dancers came in costumes of various Indian Tribes throughout the entire U.S., and danced approximately 13 tribal dances of various Indian nations.
The leader of the group told of activities of the Fort Dodge Indian Lore Society and explained various costumes worn by the dancers.

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