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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) -The Y is taking part in the USDA’s Summer Food Service Program, which is vital to ensuring children have access to the nutrition they need to thrive. The will be offering free breakfast and lunch for anyone age 18 and under and seniors age 60 and up. Meals are served in the YMCA Courtyard, Monday through Friday. Breakfast is

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - The pandemic enforced that families be together at home. Meaning, children were consistently under watch, and with little need for daycare services during that time, facilities closed. Now that Mom and Dad are going back to work, what are kids expected to do? YMCA Interim CEO, Keiz Larson, acknowledges the dilemma. “We

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Kids 18 years and under will be able to get free lunches starting Tuesday as part of the USDA's Summer Food Service Program. The Black Hills Area Community Foundation and Collective Impact Initiatives announced the 11 locations on Friday. All sites serve lunch and five serve breakfast Monday through Friday. Adults 60 years and older who accompany

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RAPID CITY, S.D. — The YMCA is bringing back Yoga in the Park and Zumba, which are free to the public and held at Wilson Park. The kids summer sports camps are offered for a time span of 90 minutes to a few hours a day in one-week increments and touch on sports including volleyball, soccer, and basketball. Summer sports camps for kids serve as a

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According to the American Jobs Plan, 43% of residents in South Dakota live in what’s known as a “childcare desert” with no quick access to early childhood learning.

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - Summer camps are a way for kids to connect with nature, learn teamwork and make friends. After a summer with many camp programs shut down or restricted due to COVID-19, the CDC has released guidelines for upcoming camps. “This summer, were excited to continue the camp experience for the kids and it was a very successful

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It’s a popular place to go in town and has a long history in Rapid City, dating back about 70 years. Anya Mueller reports on a man who spent a good portion of his life serving the community through the YMCA.

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Ground has been broken for the construction of the Liberty Center in Box Elder, which is scheduled for completion in 2022.

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