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Serving as a volunteer instructor for Junior Achievement of South Dakota is a rewarding and memorable experience for Nick Kortan. “I always walk away from the ethics class discussions just amazed with the wide variety of responses you can get from a room of 15 kids,” says Kortan. Read More»

Sioux Falls Economic Development

The sixth phase of Forward Sioux Falls has passed the halfway point of its five-year run, so community business leaders have started preparing for the next phase of the highly successful economic development program. The current phase of FSF is scheduled to last until March 31, 2016. Read More»

Mark Shlanta and his family are well known in Scouting circles. Shlanta, chief executive officer of SDN Communications, is the scoutmaster of Troop 48 in Sioux Falls. He also serves as a volunteer on the Board of the Sioux Council of Boy Scouts of America, which serves the eastern two-thirds of South Dakota as well as parts of southwestern Minnesota and northwestern Iowa. Read More»

Sioux Falls Area Humane Society Expansion Plans

The Humane Society is “extremely dependent” on volunteers, says Alma Sehovic, volunteer coordinator. Dozens of volunteers contribute an average of about 450 work hours per month, she says. “We always could use more volunteers. It would be even better if they could show up every month and become regular volunteers,” Sehovic says. Read More»

SDN Goes Red For Women

Think red: SDN happy to assist American Heart Association Read More»

The Banquet needs more volunteers to serve hungry people Read More»

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