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Tyndall Addresses Housing Issue

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“This grant is helping to energize people”, said Ron Wagner, President, Tyndall Development. “Citizens are starting to think about our housing needs as well as the need for a plan to improve the Tyndall community.”

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Indigenous Art Market

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“The purpose of this art market is to give Native American artists/craftspeople and their families an economic opportunity at a time of year when money is tight for almost everyone”, said Deborah Gangloff, art market coordinator. “It helps our families get through the year."

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Garden Program Creates Enterprise of Local Food Producers

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Addressing both obesity and malnutrition, along with their accompanying health problems, is the highest priority for the Oyate Teca Project. They are teaching families and their children how to eat healthy and grow and preserve healthy foods.

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Viborg Development Corporation Addresses Housing Shortage

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“These grant dollars will help us address issues Viborg has around housing”, said Heidi Hora, Chair, Viborg Development Corporation. “Lack of housing has been a hindrance in our ability to grow. Attracting new residents and retaining current ones is difficult without the support of an active housing market. This money will help us combat the lack of housing and ensure a bright future for Viborg.”

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Student Outreach

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“The innovation grant from the South Dakota Community Foundation will allow CREATE Aberdeen to make a tangible impact in our community”, said Leslie Barbour, Executive Director, CREATE Aberdeen.

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Social and Emotional Development of Young Children

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“With support from the South Dakota Community Foundation, South Dakota Parent Connection will partner with stakeholders statewide to address identified concerns regarding social/emotional development of young children”, said Carla Miller, Executive Director, South Dakota Parent Connection.

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