2019 Retail Vendors:


 

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Professional, talented design staff. 
We can produce anything printable, just ask.


 

 

Beauty Counter

One by one, we are leading a movement to a future where all beauty is clean beauty. We are powered by people, and our collective mission is to get safer products into the hands of everyone. Formulate, advocate, & educate—that’s our motto for creating products that truly perform while holding ourselves to unparalleled standards of safety. Why? It’s really this simple: beauty should be good for you. 


2019 Non-Profit and Community Partners:

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Brookings United Way

Uniting people, sharing resources, inspiring hope and enriching lives for a stronger Brookings County.

 

 

Brookings domestic abuse Shelter

Brookings Area 24 Hour emergency shelter and crisis line for victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault and stalking.



dakota horizons Girl scouts

Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

 

boys & girls club of the northern plains

To inspire and enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.


Brookings county child protection team

Brookings CPT focuses on providing education and resources for the public, coordinating services for families by networking, and preventing child abuse.

 

DSS Foster One

Strong Families - South Dakota’s Foundation and Our Future

Change the life of a child and yours by committing to know more about becoming a foster family.

 

BROOKINGS County SALVATION ARMY

The Salvation Army, an International movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. 
Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

 

brookings county youth mentoring program

The Brookings County Youth Mentoring Program (BCYMP) promotes one- on-one mentoring efforts to youth in the community. The program was developed to ensure all youth have the guidance and support of a caring, stable adult. The mentor relationship is intended to empower youth to reach their full potential as contributing individuals in their communities.


 
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Feeding Brookings

Following the example of Jesus when feeding the crowd with just 5 loaves and 2 fish, this ministry’s goal is to feed the hungry of the Brookings area through a weekly grocery distribution.


 
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Brookings Backpack Project

The Brookings BackPack Project assists children and youth in Brookings, SD, who may not have enough food to eat at home by providing them with easy-to-prepare weekend meals and snacks throughout the year.

 

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Brookings Empowerment Project

The Brookings Empowerment Project strives to empower caregivers and individuals with persistent mental illness by providing them with resources and support. Empower them while they traverse the highly fragmented and poorly resourced mental health care system in our community. Empower them to re-integrate themselves back into our community when their time is right. Empower them to not suffer or experience the stigma of mental illness.


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Better Together

Better Together matches older adults with volunteers in Minnehaha, Lincoln and Brookings counties. The program establishes trusting relationships and regular social opportunities between independently living older adults and volunteers. Better Together matches older adults ages 65 and up, called “Neighbors,” with volunteers to provide socialization, friendship, share resources and build a relationship.


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Boy Scouts of America Sioux Council

The Sioux Council continues its proud heritage of serving community organizations across the 61 counties that comprise our service area. More than 10,000 youth participated in the Scouting and Learning for Life programs provided by nearly 2,500 dedicated volunteer leaders.