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Latest Blog Posts

Latest Blog Posts

Data Destruction

Have confidential, highly-sensitive data you need to destroy? Look no further than Black Hills Works.

Presidential Transition

Providing more affordable housing for people with disabilities is at the top of the agenda for the incoming Black Hills Works Foundation President Roger Wilson.

Man of few words is 2017 Artist of the Year

Shawn Bifulco is a man of few words, but his art speaks volumes. The 29-year-old artist was recently named the 2017 Suzie Cappa Art Center & Gallery Artist of the Year. “He’s an amazing artist,” said Suzie Cappa Executive Director Brad Winter.

"It's the smiles on their faces"

It is seeing these guys having fun in our community and our community accepting them as an equal that tells me why I am here.

Cindy, Anne and Elizabeth’s totally excellent Caribbean adventure

The adventures of three best friends and their six day Carnival Cruise to Caribbean.

Project Runway, Flutter-style

FashionABLE, an all-abilities fashion show, premieres Friday, March 10 during Suzie Cappa Art Center & Gallery’s monthly Art Night. The evening show is a collaboration between Suzie Cappa and Flutter Productions.

For caregiver, it’s about family

Celebrating victories and walking through challenges with people supported is natural, she said, because she considers them an important part of her personal life.

Finding the way

People supported by Black Hills Works can now travel with ease thanks to new technology implemented by the technology team. Individuals can now utilize a smartphone app known as WayFinder to navigate the city bus routes.

Gala wows again!

Mike Braden, Emmy Olsen, Ordean Stevenson and Briana Wangsness were honored with Outstanding Achievement Awards at the Black Hills Works Gala on November 5. Xanterra received our Employer of the Year Award and Rhonda Grant and Marguerite Reyelts were honored with Volunteer of the Year awards.

Career Pathways moves downtown

Career Pathways has joined BakeWorks and the Suzie Cappa Art Center at the Black Hills Works location in downtown Rapid City. Career Pathways assists the people we support with employment preparation.