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RuralX Inspires Tripp Duo

Blog, News & Events on August 16th. Comments Off on RuralX Inspires Tripp Duo

#thinkbigandtakeaction  — Something big is happening in the small town of Tripp, South Dakota.

The ball started rolling when Bryan Bietz attended his first Tripp Area Community Foundation meeting.

“Bryan came home and told me he had been elected President, and we both kind of laughed because it had been his very first meeting. Neither of us had experience with community development, however, we both knew we wanted to do more for our community,” explains his wife, Shawn, a local veterinarian. “I started Googling rural development in South Dakota and Dakota Resources popped up, which led me to the RuralX event in Aberdeen. After exploring the website, reading reviews and watching the RuralX video, we knew we needed to go.”

Shortly after discovering RuralX online, Bryan received a free ticket from the South Dakota Community Foundation because of his … Read More »


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