Photos by Jeremy Waltner 6 a.m. – A billboard invites people to “Experience Freeman: from the eastern edge of the Freeman community along Highway 81 as the sun rises.8 a.m. – Six Freeman women who make up the PALS weight support group read the pledge about responsibility and accountability while meeting in the Dewald Street Village commons area. Pictured are, from left, Betty Stahl, Joyce Hofer, Marilyn Wipf, Faye Goertz, Clara Graber and Edna Otten. PALS stands for Pounds are Lost Sensibly.1 p.m. – Myron Koerner, left of center, stands with Freeman Mayor Sam Sorensen, right of center, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for new playground equipment at Lions Park. Also pictured are some of the others who supported the project: from left, Chad Soulek, Donna Waltner, Delmar Hofer, Alan Ries (partially hidden), Mark Anderson and Teresa Anderson.5 p.m. – Lifetime Freeman resident Arlo Preheim bellies up to the bar at Doc’s Bar on Freeman’s Main Street for drinks and some TV.5 p.m. – These four Tschetter siblings take a break from playing baseball in their front driveway to pose for a photo. They are, clockwise from top center, Riley, Aubrey, Gunner and Easton and are the children of Dustin and Kym Tschetter.