Fundraising has begun for a planned Native American sculpture garden in Rapid City's downtown.
The First Nations Sculpture Garden will feature cast bronze portraits of honored men who span several generations of modern Lakota, Dakota and Nakota history.
The Board of Directors of met Friday night to explain the project to the community, and the meeting also served as the project's first fundraiser.
Project coordinator Elizabeth Cook-Lynn says the goal is to raise $100,000 by April.
Board member Edward Valandra says the site will be a draw, and the goal is to educate the community about Native American history.
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