Buffalo Gals

Female Community Leaders And Mentors Recognized

Mar 10, 2017
chynna lockett

March is time to celebrate the accomplishments of women in the past and present. The Buffalo Gals kicked off Women’s History Month by recognizing those that are paving the way for change. 

Women share their experiences from years of community work during the three day Women’s Conference in Rapid City. Each story fit in with the event’s title Living Our Legacy.

Amanda Stadel’s focus is sex trafficking. She is on the Board of Directors for HEAL International and a volunteer Program Coordinator at the Of My Own in Arizona.

Chynna Lockett

In The Moment ... March 10, 2017 Show 047 Hour 1

The state basketball tournaments are underway and, no surprise, a winter storm is making news at the same time. In the moment producer Chris Laughery caught up with meteorologist Todd Heitkamp for an update on not one but 2 systems affecting South Dakota.

Kealey Bultena is out of the office next week, but this time she's not hitting the road for SDPB. She's on a mission to deliver wheelchairs to those in need.

Chris Laughery brings you an update from this week's SDPB Arts Calendar.


In The Moment... February 28, 2017 Show 039 Hour 2

Annie Lloyd is founder of the Buffalo Gals, an organization that moves beyond networking to deeper connection and community transformation. Annie joins us to talk about women in conversation, women in community, and the upcoming Living Our Legacy conference in Rapid City.