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APR. 2, 2014 - VOL. 49 No. 7

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July Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings

Ribbon cutting ceremonies provide new or expanding businesses an opportunity to promote their products or services. 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. The Chamber invites members of the Board of Directors, members of the Ambassador and Diplomat committees, and local elected officials to share in the event. The Chamber member requests the date and the Chamber staff assists by organizing the agenda and providing the ribbon and scissors.

Ribbon Cutting photos are printed in each issue of Chamber News. The Sioux Falls Area Chamber of Commerce holds ribbon cuttings for members to celebrate joining the Chamber, anniversaries, grand openings, expansions or remodelings.

Ribbon cutting photos are sized in high-resolution format on the web for 90 days following their publication date in the print issue of Chamber News. Members may download photos to make their own prints of any of the images included during that time period. One photo will be included in the Ribbon Cutting archives following that 90-day period.

For more information on how to schedule a ribbon cutting, contact Amy Farr at 605.336.1620. For more information on how to schedule a groundbreaking, contact Diane Andresen at the Sioux Falls Development Foundation at 605.339.0103.

Ribbon Cuttings & Groundbreakings from the April 2, 2014 Issue of Chamber News

Alternative Back Care Clinic, PC Ribbon Cutting
Alternative Back Care Clinic PC offers affordable, personalized chiropractic care for spinal and extremity problems. L to R: Annie Evans, Ryan Dean, Lynda Billars, Jim Schmidt, Lori Bunkers, Dr. Paul Bunkers (owner), Eric Anderson, Jack Dyvig and Jane Ragatz.

Century Business Products Ribbon Cutting
Century Business Products is a full sales and service Kyocera and Samsung dealer and IT consultancy. L to R: Eric Anderson, Sonja Borchardt, Kevin Jergenson (president/partner), Dave Tidwell, Mary Tidwell, Brett Gildemaster (partner), Rex Pruitt, Karen Noonan and Aaron Gerdes (partner).

Digital Designs Corp. Ribbon Cutting
Digital Designs Corp, provides an information system that is easy to use and can effectively manage individual information requirements. L to R: Jack Dyvig, Dave Fleck, Mark Bailey, David Knoflicek (president), Ritch Noble, Tom Shields and Dan Selfken.

Drake Springs Family Aquatic Center -- Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation Ribbon Cutting
The new Drake Springs Family Aquatic Center consists of a 350’ lazy river, lap and diving pool and a recreational pool. L to R: Mike Crane, Vernon and Emma Brown, Michelle Erpenbach, Lynda Billars, Kermit Staggers, Kenny Anderson, Jr., Mayor Dave Munson, Tammy Beintema, Tom Bosch, Eric Anderson and Kevin Nyberg.

Falls Park Open Aire Shelter -- Sioux Falls Parks and Recreation Ribbon Cutting
Falls Park Open Aire Shelter is home to the Falls Park Farmers Market and is available for special events, corporate picnics and other large group functions. L to R: Mike Crane, Karen Noonan, David Johnson, Kevin Nyberg, Mayor Dave Munson, Don Kearney, Eric Anderson, Lynda Billars and Sandra Pay.

The Flower Shop Ribbon Cutting
The Flower Shop is a full-service florist serving Sioux Falls since 1973. L to R: Nancy Van Wyhe, Ryan White, Steve Statz, Ritch Noble, Mike McMunigal (owner), Frannie McMunigal, Melissa McMunigal (owner), Dean Buckneberg, Twyla Strassburg and Pam Johnson.

Golden Living Center - Covington Heights Ribbon Cutting
Golden Living Center-Covington Heights provides short-term rehabilitation, long-term care, and respite care to the Sioux Falls community. L to R: Shauna Welker, Dean Karsky, Dixie Wilde, Diane Forgey (executive director), Karen Noonan, Julie Nelson, Rex Pruitt and Sarah Comp.

Honor Flight South Dakota Ribbon Cutting
Honor Flight South Dakota is an organization honoring WWII Veterans with a free trip to visit the national World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. L to R: Larry Rohr, Dean Karsky, Tom Bosch, Lt. Governor Dennis Daugaard, Rick Tupper (vice chair), David Landry, Dave Stadheim, Lisa Schultz and Erica Skjeki.

Intek Cleaning & Restoration Ribbon Cutting
Intek Cleaning & Restoration is a full-service company serving Sioux Falls and the surrounding area. L to R: Eddy Syrovatka, Julie Nelson, Lynda Billars, Pat Lloyd, Betty Berg, Jerry Berg (owner), Sylvia Berg, Lyndsey Berg and Andy Berg.

McKinneyOlson Insurance Ribbon Cutting
McKinneyOlson Insurance is a multi-line independent insurance company representing a wide variety of regional and national insurance carriers. L to R: Bernie DeWald, Jim Schmidt, Mark McClung, Julie Nelson, Amy Olson-Miller, Steve Tripp, Dave Fleck, Ritch Noble and Bob Whitmore.

Memorial Lutheran Church Ribbon Cutting
Memorial Lutheran Church is dedicated to helping people live hope-filled expressions of faith in Jesus. L to R: Connier Gilbride, Keith Robbenholt, Karen Noonan, Vincent Robbenholt, Lynda Billars, Rev. Aaron Asmus (pastor), Kyle Eberts, Greg Miller and Eric Anderson.

Northwestern Mutual Theobald Financial Group Ribbon Cutting
Northwestern Mutual Theobald Financial Group provides financial products and services that make families and businesses more secure and retirements more enjoyable. L to R:Dan Houg, Jeff Burch, Mike Hauck, Eric Anderson, Tami Ekrem, Bob Lowry, Karen Noonan, Samuel Theobald (managing director) and Tom Theobald.

Open Upright MRI of South Dakota Ribbon Cutting
Open Upright MRI of South Dakota Outpatient Center offers an MRI that accommodates all patient sizes and has no claustrophobic feeling. L to R: Amy Hanisch, Lynda Billars, Jessica Miller, Chris Madsen, Marcia Schmitz, Jon Crow (director), Eric Anderson, Dr. Raymond Damadian, Julie Nelson and Brad Price.

ORECK Ribbon Cutting
ORECK is a retail franchise store that provides customers with cleaning products for their home or office. L to R: Dale Thorpe, Somer Ortman, Jeremy Korn, Curt Colter (owner), Dean Karsky, Eric Anderson and Jack Dyvig.

Paws and Reflect Pet Grooming Ribbon Cutting
Paws and Reflect Pet Grooming offers a full array of eco-friendly grooming services for dogs and cats in a pleasant atmosphere. L to R: Nancy Van Otterloo, Dean Karsky, Mike Biggins, Jennifer Biggins (owner), Ritch Noble, Jameson Biggins, Dave Fleck and Gina Goth.

Pettigrew Heights Housing Resource Centerp Ribbon Cutting
Pettigrew Heights Housing Resource Center is a gatewaylinking residents with needed and appropriate housing resources. L to R: Jim Schmidt, Erica Beck, Bob Litz, Jerry Natchigal, Lyle Dabbert, Pastor Al Peratt, Mayor Dave Munson, Joan Neilan, Karen Noonan and Lisa Schultz.

Physicians Mutual Ribbon Cutting
Physicians Mutual and Physicians Life Insurance Company provide a full portfolio of health and life insurance products. L to R: Joel Lindgren, Karen Noonan, Dean Karsky, Aaron Janssen (assistant division manager), Sandy Case, Tim Connor, Eric Anderson, Christine Connor and Andrea Beyer.

The River of Hope Foundation Ribbon Cutting
The River of Hope Foundation provides backyard healing retreats to assist the treatment process of cancer patients. L to R: Chris Lee, Lynda Billars, Eric Anderson, Qadir Aware, Nick Lorang, Jenifer Geerts, Nathan Heinert (executive director), Nathan Lorang, Alex Portice, Della Lorang, Jessica Faber, Sandy Portice, Jill Lorang, Zach Lorang and Kay Faber.

Sioux Falls Leads Club Ribbon Cutting
Sioux Falls Leads Club creates unique and powerful networking opportunities for business professionals in Sioux Falls and the surrounding communities in South Dakota. L to R: Dave Swartz, Susan Hays-Barr, Dave Rozenboom, Sonja Borchardt (president), Lynda Billars, Eric Anderson and Dr. Paul Bunkers.

South Dakota Biotech Association Ribbon Cutting
South Dakota Biotech Association is a membership organization committed to advancing the biotechnology industry in South Dakota. L to R: Elisha Lausen, Eric Anderson, Jeremy Freking (executive director), Tammy Beintema, Eddie Sullivan, Dr. Laura Jenski, Karen Noonan, Dr. Kevin Kiphart and Randy Stratton.

Spa Dakota Ribbon Cutting
Spa Dakota offers a spa away from spa — in your very own home you can enjoy the experience of spa. L to R: Jack Dyvig, Eric Anderson, Anne Erickson, Qadir Aware, Wannette Tschetter (owner), Nancy Weber-Sweere and Kelly Erickson.

Woods Chiropractic P.C. Ribbon Cutting
Chad Woods provides effective and affordable chiropractic care to all ages. L to R: Ryan Dean, Vicki Koski, Lynda Billars, Jim Schmidt, Lori Woods, Dr. Chad Woods (owner), Eric Anderson, Jack Dyvig, Dr. Bert Tiesen and Jane Ragatz.

You’ve Been Framed Ribbon Cutting
You’ve Been Framed provides award-winning residential and commercial framing in Sioux Falls. L to R: Danielle Dettler, Haley Dettler, Mercedes Dettler, Mary Johnson, David Dettler, Dale Thorpe, Tamara Dettler (owner), Lynda Billars, Dean Karsky, Hunter Dettler and Derek Dettler.

South Dakota Lions Eye Bank Groundbreaking
The South Dakota Lions Eye Bank recovers, evaluates, and distributes corneas, for transplant to surgeons for awaiting recipients. L to R: Lloyd Hansen, Henry Carlson, Jay Hendrickson, Cindy Iverson, Bob Schmidt, Christine Belitz, J. Pat Costello and Michael Bender.

Children’s Home Society Groundbreaking
The Children’s Home Society is South Dakota’s oldest non-profit, human services organization, serving more than 2,400 children each year. L to R: William Sanford, Pamela Madsen, Dennis Daugaard, Linda Mickelson Graham, Marilyn Van Demark, Phil Helland, Rita Loving, Marie Rickert, Walter Panzirer and Cathy Clark.

 

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