PIERRE, S.D. — Centerville is getting the chance to serve as the honorary South Dakota capital for a day.

The event is scheduled for Tuesday. Gov. Dennis Daugaard’s office says activities for the day will include a main street walk, business tours and a roundtable meeting.

Community members will be able to speak with Daugaard, who will also give a speech at a community social to be held at the Centerville Senior Center.

First lady Linda Daugaard will be reading at the Centerville Community Library. Children are invited to join her at the library.

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