• January 2019
  • A PUBLICATION OF THE SIOUX FALLS AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

January Ribbon Cuttings

Ribbon cutting ceremonies are held to celebrate new members joining the Chamber, milestone anniversaries, expansions or remodels. These events are organized free of charge for members and are held Monday through Friday at 11:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend and share in the celebration. For more information on how to schedule a ribbon cutting, contact Valerie Willson at (605) 336-1620.

Groundbreaking ceremonies are coordinated by the Sioux Falls Development Foundation. Call (605) 339-0103 for more information or to schedule your event.

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    Alzheimer's Association, South Dakota Chapter

    The Alzheimer's Association provides vital care and support free of charge to those impacted by Alzheimer's and other diseases that cause dementia. L to R: Bud Heinemann, April Meyerink, Kathi Herreid, Edie Renner, Leslie Morrow (state executive director), Bobbi Thury, Jackie Stratman, Sandy Case and Dr. James Barker.

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    The Compass Center

    The Compass Center is a non-profit that daily works hand in hand with survivors of sexual and domestic violence, giving them a safe place to "navigate the journey to healing." L to R: Tom Fuller, Nathan Stallinga, Kristi Noem, April Meyerink, Jennifer Adler, Michelle Markgraf (executive director), Mayor Paul TenHaken, Jean Bender and Amanda Feldkamp.

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    Lloyd Nickel Allstate Insurance

    Lloyd Nickel Allstate Insurance is a brand-new agency here in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. L to R: Michael Richardson, Michelle Nett, Sandy Case, Nathan Stallinga, Lynda Billars, Lloyd Nickel (president), Micah Gillette, Corey Weide, Rochelle Smith, Josh Muckenhirn and Amber Johnson.

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    Rudy M. Navarrete's Tex-Mexican Food

    Rudy M. Navarrete's Tex-Mexican Food an authentic family experience. L to R: Rudy Navarrete Jr., Scott Lawrence, Jay Soukup, Rudy M. Navarrete (owner), Aurora Aasheim, Cindi Johnson, Lynda Billars and Kristin Hoefert-Redlinger.

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    Siouxland Heritage Museums

    Siouxland Heritage Museums opened the Irene Hall Museum Resource Center as the primary artifact storage location for the museum's collection that is not on exhibit. L to R: Bill Hoskins, Jeff Barth, Pat Starr, Steve Van Buskirk, Kari Hall, Lynda Billars, Bob Hall, Darci Hustrulid, Megan Jansick, Corey Weide and Kari Kohlhoff.

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    University of Northwestern/LIFE 96.5

    A brand-new building was opened to house LIFE 96.5/KNWC and the expansion of the University of Northwestern to Sioux Falls. L to R: Jason Sharp, Sharon Haselhoff, April Meyerink, Jeff Rupp (LIFE 96.5/KNWC Radio manager), Dr. Alan Cureton (University of Northwestern president), Megan Jansick, Kristin Hoefert-Redlinger, Daren Anderson and Dr. Janet Sommers.

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    Weisser Distributing

    Weisser has expanded their operations into Las Vegas and Sioux Falls, in addition to their original location in Tea. L to R: Kayla Stephenson, April Meyerink, Nathan Stallinga, Eric Weisser, Laurie Knutson, Bob Weisser (owner), David Johnson, Kristin Hoefert-Redlinger, Chaplin James Swanson, Chris Kolseth and Jason Lovro.

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    University of South Dakota (USD) Discovery District

    The University of South Dakota (USD) Discovery District broke ground on the first buildings in South Dakota's first innovation community. Alumend and SAB Biotherapeutics will anchor this 80-acre contemporary corporate and academic research park. L to R: Rich Naser, Jr., Christine Tjelmeland, Dr. Eddie Sullivan, Zach Wiegert, Sheila Gestring, Governor Dennis Daugaard, Mayor Paul TenHaken, Dave Rozenboom, Ryan Hansen, Aaron Scheibe.

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