BH SERVICES, INC.
Community Collection Event
Rapid City Solid Waste Education Center
5555 South Highway 79
Monday, 4/18 through Friday, 4/22: 8:30am - 12:00pm
Saturday 4/23: 9:00am - 1:30pm
Suzie Cappa Royal Tea
Black Hills Works Foundation would like to thank you for your contribution to the 2016 Suzie Cappa Royal Tea on May 1, 2016. We are blessed to have such a strong community of friends and ongoing supporters. Because of you, we continue to offer education, experience, and exposure to artists of all abilities. This year, the proceeds will be allocated towards Flutter Productions, now a division of Black Hills Works. Through a creative community of performers with and without disabilities, we create the opportunity for all performers to soar. We invite you to join us at our next production, 'OSITY' scheduled for July 8th & 9th.
Learn More about 'OSITY' HERE
Contact Heather Pickering at firstname.lastname@example.org or (605) 718-8338.
BLACK HILLS WORKS
Creating Possibilities Conference
Inspiring Creative Minds
A conference focused on helping supporters of people with disabilities to use technology to promote independence, well-being and belonging.
May 26 & 27, 2016
Opportunities to learn more about the transition to Conflict Free Case Management
Echo Works collects electronics and electrical devices from government, commercial and residential customers. Collected items are evaluated for reuse or recycling and are processed using methods that eliminate waste to landfills.
BH Services has received a $100,000 from SourceAmerica and its Ideas to Work Fund (IWF) whose purpose is to fund innovative and job ready projects that create jobs for people with disabilities, in this case hydroponic gardening. Black Hills Works has partnered with Gregson’s Gardens in hydroponic gardening.
"Discovering Personal Genius" is about finding out what people's gifts are and then building from there.