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South Dakota State Fair Receives Donation

South Dakota State Fair Receives Donation

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The donations continue to mount as the Capital Campaign to raise money for the new 4-H Exhibit Hall on the South Dakota state fairgrounds moves forward..

 

The Bank West donation joins recent donations from Monsanto and South Dakota Wheatgrowers.  State Fair Manager Jerome Hertel is pleased with the progress of the Capital Campaign..

 

Hertel says the goal of having the four-million dollars in place by the State Fair at the end of August is an important part of the Nordby Exhibit Hall timeline…

 

Those wishing to make a donation can contact the State Fair office in Huron, or by going online to www.sdstatefairfoundation.com.

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