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DakotAbilities Enriches Clients Lives

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“This grant from the South Dakota Community Foundation will allow people supported at DakotAbilities to experience several new and exciting opportunities”, says Joe Dvorak, Director of Day Services, DakotAbilities.  “The enhancement of daily activities with music, dancing, art, theater, gardening and working with community partners cannot be overstated. I can’t wait to see the smiles on the faces of the people while they are taking part in new projects that will be offered!”

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Annie’s Project Supports South Dakota Farm/Ranch Women

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Annie’s Project – Education for Farm Women (APEFW) provides education and other opportunities for women farmers and ranchers. Classes incorporate the traditional in-person teaching method; but instructors often have more information than time. Videos can be used to introduce topics prior to each class, allowing them more time to deliver the knowledge and information participants seek.

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SDSU Upward Bound - Enriching Student’s Lives

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“The support from the South Dakota Community Foundation will allow us to enrich the lives of students who are working to become the first in their family to go to college” said Samantha Contarino, Director of Upward Bound. “With these funds, we will be able to host more college visits and more cultural activities to expand their minds and worldview.”

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Vermillion Area Farmers Market Is CIG Award Recipient

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“This grant will help us expand the potential the Clay County Fairgrounds (along with Extension and 4H programming) has on our rural and urban populations”, says Grace Freeman, secretary, Vermillion Area Farmers Market Board of Directors. “We hope to involve the community to gather ideas and discover funding sources to meet the diverse needs of our county. The Clay County Fairgrounds is a centerpiece, combing the best of urban and agricultural programming. Networking with the community will help it retain and expand its outreach.”

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