Connealy’s Show Their Spirit
- Published: August 11, 2016
The Connealy's don their St. Mary’s Spirit wear while in South Dakota and Nebraska. Joe and Carla Connealy along with their three younger daughters, Addey, Maria, and Lucia spent some time relaxing in South Dakota.
Carla Connealy and her daughters, Lucia (K) and Maria (6th) enjoyed an afternoon visiting Mount Rushmore learning how it was carved, walking the path under the faces, and finding Nebraska's flag and plaque displayed there. Not pictured are Joe and daughter Addey, (class of 2015).
Sylvan Lake in Custer State Park:
Carla Connealy with her daughters, Lucia (K) and Maria (6th), enjoy the view from the top of the rocks around Sylvan Lake in Custer State Park. They enjoyed hiking around the lake as a family with dad, Joe and sister, Addey, not pictured. Also along that day was Addey's dog Peanut who loved to climb the rocks as much as the girls!
Carla Connealy with daughters Lucia and Maria and Addey's (not pictured) dog Peanut sitting in front of the adobe that they stayed in at Fort Robinson State park in Nebraska. The family stopped to visit their niece and cousin who was working there for the summer, and stayed a few days to enjoy the park. The building they stayed in was the officer's quarters when the the Fort was a Calvary post. They enjoyed horse-back riding, tubing, a jeep ride, and buffalo stew while they were there.
There’s still time to get your photo taken and submit it for the summer photo contest coming up Monday, August 15th at the Ice Cream Social. To enter send photos to Cathy Braxton.