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Luncheon Series to Discuss Building South Dakota Communities


Much of the strength of South Dakota’s rural communities is built upon the work of volunteers in non-profit and non-governmental organizations. Leaders interested in learning how to continue making South Dakota a better place to live, work and play are invited to series of luncheon conversations next week in Rapid City, Aberdeen and Mitchell. 

The luncheon series, “Building Better Communities Through Collaboration,” is led by Eva Aldrich. She’s the President and CEO of CFRE International, a global organization that certifies fundraising professionals to standards of ethics, competence and service to the philanthropic sector. Aldrich joined Dakota Midday and discussed the importance of non-profits and volunteers in building rural communities.

The events are August 25 at the Journey Museum in Rapid City, August 26th at the Ward Hotel in Aberdeen and August 27th at the Discovery Museum in Mitchell. The deadline to RSVP is August 20th. For more information contact the South Dakota Community Foundation.

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