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Feeding South Dakota Taking Donations

March 3, 2012, 6:29 PM by Jon Berg

Feeding South Dakota Taking Donations

If you plan to head out to the Arena this weekend to watch any Summit League games, Feeding South Dakota will be taking donations.

The organization's booth is setup just as you walk into Sioux Falls arena.  And if you donate, you can take a spin on this wheel for a chance to win prizes.  Both food and money donations are accepted.

"You know we really need the help, the need has gone up dramatically some of the corporate donations have kind of gone the other way, we have a lot of great partners in the city and the state but some things when everyone is struggling you know some things have got to get cut." Jim Dawson with Feeding South Dakota said.

Feeding South Dakota will be taking donations through the end of the tournament on Tuesday.

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