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Dinosaur Park is home to seven life-size replica dinosaurs.
Dinosaur Park is home to seven life-size replica dinosaurs.
Chelsea - BHKN
October 15, 2016

Rapid City Parks and Recreation Seeks Vision Funds for Dinosaur Park

 

KOTA TV reports the Rapid City Parks and Recreation Department is seeking Vision Funds to help improve accessability to Dinosaur Park.  The hope is to convert the steep steps to a pathway that can be accessed by all.  More than $2 million in Vision Funds is being requested for the project.  

For more information about the Vision Fund, visit the Black Hills Knowledge Network's online news archive or the City of Rapid City's website.  

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Getting a piece of vision funds. KOTA TV

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