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Mitchell Telecom Contest Winners Announced
Mitchell Telecom Contest Winners Announced

Eight projects were awarded funding in Mitchell Telecom’s “Project: Do Good” contest on Monday evening.  The project’s intent is to make Mitchell a better place to live, work, and play by awarding winning ideas with funding and other incentives.

Live Category Winners:                                                                           Jim Larson/Mitchell Baseball Association: $5,000 for remodeling Cadwell Park.

Becky Roth/L.B. Williams Elementary: $1,500 for welcoming signage and plants.

Joanne Flack: $500 for blankets for children who make trips to the ER, spends a night in the hospital, has a procedure at Sanford’s Children’s Clinic, or visits Urgent Care.

Michelle Sudbeck: $500 for materials to teach girls at the Abbott House to make corn husk dolls.

Play Category Winners:                                                                                Dwight Scott/Palace City Pedalers: $3,500 for installation of a pump track.

Dakota Discovery Museum: $3,000 for a year-round space for artists in need of an outdoor area for their art forms.

Molly Goldsmith: $750 for a children’s sidewalk chalk event in downtown Mitchell next summer.

Cindy Bierman: $250 for various utilities, utensils, and dishes for special education classes that will teach students basic life skills.


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