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SDSU Extension Minnehaha County 4-H office relocates

BROOKINGS, S.D. - As of October 3, 2016 the SDSU Extension Minnehaha County 4-H Office will be located at the SDSU Regional Extension Center in Sioux Falls (2001 E. Eighth St., Sioux Falls, SD 57103).

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BROOKINGS, S.D. - As of October 3, 2016 the SDSU Extension Minnehaha County 4-H Office will be located at the SDSU Regional Extension Center in Sioux Falls (2001 E. Eighth St., Sioux Falls, SD 57103)."The move allows us to better serve 4-H members and the greater Minnehaha County community," explained shared Charles Martinell, SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisor - Minnehaha County. "Now that we will office in the same building as other SDSU Extension professionals, we will be better able to collaborate to continue to bring quality 4-H programming to the youth of Minnehaha County." The move from Minnehaha County Administrative Campus to the SDSU Extension Regional Center does not change the long-standing relationship between 4-H and Minnehaha County, explained Peter Nielson, SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Development Program Director. "The successful relationship between Minnehaha County and SDSU Extension dates back 110 years, this move does not change how we will work together moving forward." This is not the first time the SDSU Extension Minnehaha County 4-H Office has moved. Until the early 2000s it was located at 420 W 37 Street. If you need to contact SDSU Extension 4-H Youth Program Advisors serving Minnehaha County, please e-mail  minnehaha.county@sdstate.edu  or contact the SDSU Extension Regional Center in Sioux Falls at  605-782-3290 .

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