South Dakota Veterans of Foreign Wars officials have taken over management of the Rapid City post after a dispute over selling the club.
The five board members of Post 1273 resigned earlier this week after club members voted against a motion to sell the building, which has a bar and restaurant.
Board member Doug Stulken says he resigned because the VFW is going bankrupt and it's too hard to manage.
Rick Barg, state adjutant and quartermaster for the VFW, says that the post has been placed under suspension in order to keep it open.
Barg says a few holiday functions will be held as scheduled in the next couple of weeks.
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