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Flutter presents history making performance

ABLE: The Disability Chronicles marked the first time a production staged in South Dakota was written and performed in part by individuals with disabilities. .

Hats off to Direct Support Professionals

Direct Support Professionals Week is celebrated nationwide September 11-17

BakeWorks! now open

Black Hills Works new bakery, BakeWorks! is open

New BHW division offers electronics recycling

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.

New housing option available to people served

Ten people from Black Hills Works will have the option to live at Antelope Ridge in Box Elder.

Gala November 7

Kim Flowers, Tom Kaiser, Kelley McMains, and Vincent Saucedo have been selected to be honored at this year’s Gala, November 7, with our Outstanding Achievement Awards. We will also be honoring volunteer Lynn Nelson and the Rapid City Fire and Police Departments for their support.

Olympic Flame comes to Rapid City

More than 50 Special Olympics athletes and coaches, Black Hills Works employees, and others took turns carrying the Special Olympics Flame of Hope through Rapid City June 22-23 on it’s way from Athens to the World Games in Los Angeles.

Service Coordinator named Wind Beneath Our Wings honoree

Service Coordinator Barb Larsen was honored at the 27th annual Wind Beneath Our Wings Outstanding Performance Awards luncheon held June 30 at the Adoba Hotel.

Hydroponic gardening brings new employment opportunities

A new partnership with Gregson's Gardens provides nutritious foods to our community, employment opportunities to people we support, and even a chance for them to own their own micro business

Black Hills Works receives 4-year accreditation

Black Hills Works receives 4-year accreditation from Council on Quality and Leadership