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On the Road Again

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Community Transit, Inc. has been in existence since 1992; with their main office located in Sisseton, SD.  Transportation services are provided for individuals residing in Campbell County which includes Herreid, Pollock and surrounding towns.  Residents who are unable to transport themselves to their medical appointments rely on these services.

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The Rubber Meets the Road

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“The increased ridership Watertown Area Transit, Inc. has experienced in the past three years has made it imperative our organization purchase additional equipment”, said Terry Hoffman, Director, Watertown Area Transit, Inc.

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Hope’s Park & Playground Nears Completion

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“This award from the South Dakota Community Foundation will allow us to finish Hope’s Park & Playground”, said Trevor Cramer, Economic Development Director, Faulkton Area Economic Development. “The last piece was voted on by the elementary students and will bring fun and enjoyment to children of all ages for years to come.

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Five Sioux Falls Nonprofits Share Nearly $70,000

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“The South Dakota Community Foundation is proud to provide support for these five Sioux Falls nonprofits”, said Ginger Niemann, Senior Program Officer, SDCF. “Although their goals and projects differ widely, each of them is doing their part to strengthen our state and make it better  for generations to come.”

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A Mammoth Upgrade

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“The Mammoth Site would like to give a Mammoth Thank You to the South Dakota Community Foundation for the grant award of $20,000 to allow us the ability to make our wholly unique working paleontological bonebed more accessible to our 100,000 plus annual visitors, said Presston Gabel, Business Manager/COO, Mammoth Site of Hot Springs.

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Support for the Days of 76

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“The grant from the South Dakota Community Foundation to the Days of 76 Museum will provide the first opportunity to promote the interpretation of Native American culture by supporting performing artists from the region and reliving Deadwood’s history”, said Jon Mattson, Board Chair, Days of 76 Museum.

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