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Coach Don Meyer Presents at Dupree School

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Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

Patty Peacock/West River Eagle

 

Legendary Northern State University basketball coach, Don Meyer, shared his inspirational story and so much more when he presented at Dupree School on Friday, April 4.  Through amazing coaching success, almost surpassing Coach Bobby Knight to become the all-time NCAA winning coach in men’s basketball, and tragedy of losing a leg in a car wreck and also fighting inoperable cancer, Meyer has experienced life at every angle and his belief in God and his drive to continue to live life to the fullest has kept him going and allowed him to continue to share his feelings and thoughts about life and being a servant-leader with students, teachers/coaches, and community members.

 For more of this story, look at our April 10th issue!

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