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February 26, 2013

Volunteers ready to help in Rapid City

It appears that two organizations in the area have been creating their own lists of volunteers, similar to what Council Member Chad Lewis sought out. Both the Black Hills Area Retired Senior Volunteer Program and Leadership Rapid City have been working separate registries of varying ages and skill levels.

It appears that two organizations in the area have been creating their own lists of volunteers, similar to what Council Member Chad Lewis wanted. Both the Black Hills Area Retired Senior Volunteer Program and Leadership Rapid City have been working separate registries of varying ages and skill levels.   Lewis has suggested that the two collaborate on a list, but understands if this is not possible. "I just want to make sure there's a way the people of our city can have a database where they can register," Lewis said according to the Rapid City Journal.

More news on volunteering in Rapid City can be found in the archives, as well as opportunities to volunteer on Rapid City - Government & Citizenship page

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