Running Water, SD
1939, 792, Black Fox, F-6
1939-40, 792, Roubaix, F-6
Jayson Dykstra and brother Andrew were both in the Civilian Conservation Corps. Jayson donated many photos to the CCC Museum in Hill City, SD.
On July 9, 2018 Amy Bochman delivered a CCC Boy pin from CCC Legacy to Jayson Dykstra at St. Michael's Hospital Avera, Tyndall, SD. Jayson has a minor health issue and is expected to be home soon. Amy's husband Otto is a board member of the CCC Museum of South Dakota.
Family members present included, Marlene Wittmeier, Jayson's brother Darwin, Harold Odens, Don Odens and wife Coreen, Harlan DeJong, and Jean Kolecka.
In 2007, the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Legacy was established through a merger between the Camp Roosevelt CCC Legacy Foundation and the National Association of CCC Alumni (NACCCA). The purpose of CCC Legacy is to continue the promotion of the CCC in America and pass the legacy of the CCC to following generations.
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