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Live Well Black Hills is a wellness coalition seeking applications for community mini grants of $500-$2,000 dollars to organizations looking to improve the health of their communities.

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2020 was undoubtedly a challenging year for most. That’s why it’s important to press the restart button on a new year. That’s why YMCA is launching a reset challenge to help you stay on track with your new year goals.

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The Rapid City YMCA has named RCS Construction as the first ‘gold sponsor’ of its annual ‘Kids Campaign’. The sponsorship will allow for over 100 Rapid City kids to experience and learn through YMCA programs.

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We all make excuses and find reasons not to work out, especially parents with little to no free time. The YMCA is making changes to help you out.

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Construction on the Liberty Center in Box Elder could begin as soon as March 1, 2021, if state legislators grant Gov. Kristi Noem’s proposed $3.2 million for the project.

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All Rapid City Area Schools moved to level three, online learning, today.

The YMCA says they’ve been preparing for this and have a childcare program for school-age students. Kids are provided with a structured space to complete their online learning. The day looks almost like a normal school day starting with breakfast, lunch, schoolwork, and some supplemental activities to keep kids engaged.

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The Parkinson's Foundation has awarded the YMCA of Rapid City a $15,000 community grant for its Parkinson’s Disease Wellness Program. Community grants support local health, wellness and educational programs that address unmet needs in the Parkinson’s disease community. “We at the YMCA of Rapid City are honored to partner with the

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RAPID CITY, S.D. (KEVN) - Roger Gallimore, CEO of YMCA in Rapid City, encourages all in the community to participate in a free Strong Challenge designed to help transform the spirit, mind, and body.

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