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March 05, 2018 02:00 PM

March 5th On KELOLAND Living

By KELOLAND Living Staff

March 5th, 2018

Lynn Culey is the director of Lunch is Served in Sioux Falls, a program designed for the working poor to make sure no one goes hungry during their work day. For more information on the organization or volunteering click here.

While some think vinyl records are a thing of the past, the 12-inch records are making a comeback. Dan Nissen and Liz Nissen are with Total Drag Records in Sioux Falls and they not only love vinyl records, but can also teach you a thing or two about how to take better care of your vinyl. Click here for more information on Total Drag Records. 

Jessie Schmidt with the Better Business Bureau is back to share some tips that can help you avoid scams when booking a spring getaway. For more helpful tips click here.

Emily Smith is with University of South Dakota Nursing program which is teaming up with the Sioux Falls Area Community Foundation and the Teddy Bear Den to present three information sessions aimed at reducing the number of accidental deaths due to SIDS. Additional information and advance sign-up is available at the Teddy Bear Den.

Brittany teaches Gary how to make energy bites. For a link to the recipe click here.

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