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First Nation Sculpture Gardens
First Nation Sculpture Gardens
Native Sun News
March 18, 2016

First Nation Sculpture Gardens Requesting Additional Funds

The First Nations Scultpure Garden, an art project created to show the history of the Sioux nation, is requesting $150,000 from Rapid City funds, KOTA reports. The project, in the end, will cost an approximate $450,000.

Project president Elizabeth Cook–Lynn says they hope the project will be completed by the summer.

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