CELEBRATING 40 YEARS...
Less than five months until camp season is in full swing. The thrill of young people enjoying summer days at the ranch is amazing. CELEBRATING 40 YEARS AT RAINBOW BIBLE RANCH

Less than five months until camp season is in full swing. The thrill of young people enjoying summer days at the ranch is amazing. CELEBRATING 40 YEARS AT RAINBOW BIBLE RANCH

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TWELVE DAYS OF CHRISTMAS-RAINBOW BIBLE RANCH... FROM 2013
Larry Reinhold
LEGACY SLEDDING PARTY

EACH YEAR AROUND CHRISTMAS TIMEā€¦ LEGACY KIDS OF ALL AGES COME TO THE RANCH FOR SOME GOOD OLD FASHIONED FUN.

Robin Reinhold
CLASSIC...
This time of the year finds one recalling loved ones and the impact they had on one's life.   "Classic"...some may think that I am speaking of the car...No, I talking of my mother. Of course this photo is from a day gone by, but my mom lives on in my heart and in eternity.  Mom was a Depression baby...she grew up in the small Eastern Dakota town of    Avon, South Dakota   . Her mother from Ireland, her father of German descent and of an early day Dakota Family... Her brothers fought in World War II...Her sister was her partner.  Mom went off to a university in South Carolina for a time and returned to South Dakota, West River , this time. She was home only for a short while, when a young cowboy showed up on the family's doorstep. He had heard that Voreta Rae Bangert, who was now called Vicky due to roommates in college giving her that nickname, played the piano. And this young man straight off the Plains of Dakota led a youth group near Big Bend west of Rapid City needed someone to play the piano when he would lead choruses.  She agreed...and the rest is history :) And Oh yes, Vicky, my mom, said she would "never marry a rancher".

This time of the year finds one recalling loved ones and the impact they had on one's life.

"Classic"...some may think that I am speaking of the car...No, I talking of my mother. Of course this photo is from a day gone by, but my mom lives on in my heart and in eternity.

Mom was a Depression baby...she grew up in the small Eastern Dakota town of
Avon, South Dakota. Her mother from Ireland, her father of German descent and of an early day Dakota Family... Her brothers fought in World War II...Her sister was her partner.

Mom went off to a university in South Carolina for a time and returned to South Dakota, West River , this time. She was home only for a short while, when a young cowboy showed up on the family's doorstep. He had heard that Voreta Rae Bangert, who was now called Vicky due to roommates in college giving her that nickname, played the piano. And this young man straight off the Plains of Dakota led a youth group near Big Bend west of Rapid City needed someone to play the piano when he would lead choruses.

She agreed...and the rest is history :) And Oh yes, Vicky, my mom, said she would "never marry a rancher".

Larry Reinhold