On April 20, 1994, this team of photographers from Freeman and South Dakota State University converged on the Freeman community to make images of everyday life as it unfolded on one, random day in the small town in southeastern South Dakota. Twenty-five years later, on Tuesday, April 16, a new team of photographers and other storytellers will in in the community for the second "Day in the life of Freeman" project. Shooting will begin at 6 p.m. and continue into the evening. Note that two of the photographers pictured here — Jeremy Waltner, third from the left; and Frank Robertson, fourth from the right — are taking the lead on the 2019 project. Also pictured is former Courier publisher Tim L. Waltner — fourth from the left — who is working on this year's project in an advisory capaicity, and also as a photographer.