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The Wall Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce newsletter provides information to keep you up to date with the activities and plans of the chamber. Schedules, meeting minutes, the executive director’s message, and chamber member’s opportunities will all be included in the newsletter. Wall is a growing, active community – keep up on what’s happening with the Wall Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce newsletter!

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Wall-Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting Minutes, February 18, 2020

In Attendance: Bruce Dunker, Janet Lurz, Terry Mohr, Lindsy Reagle, Gordy Kraut, Anne Jo Spotted Bear and Dustin Curr. Absent: Cindy Hauk and Kim Handcock. Others Present: Kelsey Clark, Executive Director.

 Wall-Badlands Area Chamber Board President Dustin Curr called the Meeting to order. Terry moved to approve the meeting minutes from the January 7 Board Meeting and January 27 Board Retreat. Second made by Anne Jo. Motion carried.

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Wall-Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce Board Retreat Minutes, January 27, 2020

In Attendance: Bruce Dunker, Kim Handcock, Lindsy Reagle, Gordy Kraut, Cindy Hauk, Terry Mohr and Dustin Curr. Absent: Anne Jo Spotted Bear and Janet Lurz. Others Present: Wall-Badlands Area Chamber Executive Director, Kelsey Clark.

 Wall-Badlands Area Chamber Board President Dustin Curr called the Meeting to order.

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Wall-Badlands Area Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting Minutes, January 7, 2020

In Attendance: Kim Handcock, Bruce Dunker, Lindsy Reagle, Gordy Kraut, Cindy Hauk and Dustin Curr. Absent: Anne Jo Spotted Bear, Terry Mohr and Janet Lurz. Others Present: Kelsey Clark.

  Wall-Badlands Area Chamber Board Vice President called the meeting to order.

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South Dakota AgriTourism

   Agriculture and Tourism are South Dakota’s top two industries and both are very important to the Wall area. Because of this, I was excited to attend a South Dakota AgriTourism Workshop February 20-21. The Workshop was hosted by the South Dakota Department of Tourism and the SDSU Extension. AgriTourism combines Agriculture and Tourism through activities that are carried out on a farm, ranch or agribusiness operation to welcome members of the general public to view or participate in agricultural activities for recreational, entertainment, or educational purposes.

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