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YPN in action
As the Sioux Falls Young Professionals Network (YPN) celebrates its third anniversary this month, the group has earned a reputation in the community of making both businesses and the community stronger. With nearly 700 members, YPN has exceeded all expectations and has provided young professionals with opportunities to grow both personally and professionally. A program of the Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce, the Sioux Falls Young Professionals Network (YPN) was developed to provide another opportunity to engage young people in the Chamber and the community. The Chamber's Board of Directors believes that young professionals represent the next generation of business and community leaders and fully supports the mission of the YPN: to cultivate an informed and involved young professionals community in the Sioux Falls area in order to retain and attract young and diverse talent. ...Read Full Story

Chair's Column

Barb StorkYou can help build a bright future
Issues at the federal level of our government certainly affect the way we do business and our quality of life here in the Sioux Falls area and all of South Dakota. People who know me well know that I enjoy national politics. It has been an experience for several months watching people across the country exercise their right to vote in their state's primary election or caucus, while our South Dakota primary is still two months away in June.

That being said, there are numerous ways to use your voice at the local level and to have a positive impact — from voting in local elections to joining the Chamber and by supporting development of young professionals in our area. ...Read Full Story

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Meet the candidates running for City Council, School Board

Volunteers of America expansion to allow better service
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How they voted: A look at the 2012 legislative session

YPN membership card to provide perks from Chamber members

Spring Membership Drive to share Chamber benefits

Sioux Falls voters head to the polls April 10 for City, School Board election

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