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13 An adult education program promoting lifelong learning, featuring classes in language, arts, computers, finances, cooking, history & more. c uStEr A rEA A rtS c OuNcil P.O. Box 310, Custer, SD www.custerareaarts.com • custerareaarts@gmail.com Meets third Monday of the month, 11 a.m. at Dacotah Bank. c uStEr c ity M ASONic l ODgE #66 220 N. 6th St., P.O. Box 883, Custer, SD • 605-673-4012 home.custerlodge66.org • secretary@custerlodg66.org c uStEr c OuNty l ibrAry F OuNDAtiON 447 Crook St. Ste #4, Custer, SD • 605-673-4803 www.custercountylibraryfoundation.org • cuslib@gwtc.net Dedicated to raising funds & managing them in a fiscally-responsible manner to support Custer County Library. The foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)3 corporation, supplements existing library funds through fundraising, grants and/or donations. Regular membership is open to any person on payment of dues ($5/year) or any organization ($25/year). c uStEr c OuNty D EMOcrAtic P Arty 605-673-3671 • ccdp21chair@gmail.com Business meeting the first Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. Coffee so- cial every third Saturday each month at 9 a.m. Call or email for locations. In addition to political activities, members perform community service in- cluding roadside clean-up, charitable fundraising, summer lunches for kids, nonpartisan information forums and bipartisan projects with Custer County Republicans. c uStEr c OuNty r EPublicAN c ENtrAl c OMMittEE 605-673-3536 • petedie@goldenwest.net c uStEr l iONS c lub P.O. Box 368, Custer, SD • 605-673-4156 Member of the world’s largest service organization, Lions Club Interna- tional. Serves the Custer community, meets humanitarian needs, en- courages peace and promotes international understanding. Meetings are held at Pizza Works on the second Thursday of the month at noon and fourth Thursday at 5:30 p.m. Guests and new members welcome. “We Serve!” c uStEr S ENiOr c ENtEr 538 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-2708 www.custersencntr.org • jillkettle@gwtc.net Provides activities to fulfill physical, nutritional and social needs of peo- ple 50 and older. Health screenings, bus trips, entertainment, classes, meals, catering, room rentals, etc. New members and visitors welcome. c uStEr V EtErANS ’ M EMOriAl /V EtErANS ’ M EMOriAl P Ark 5th & Washington St., Custer, SD 622 Crook St., Custer, SD • 605-673-4824 www.polarengraving.com/CusterVeteransMemorial tsgonsor@goldenwest.net Honors all veterans of the Armed Forces of the United States of Amer- ica & any sponsor wishing to honor them regardless of residency. Order bricks at www.polarengraving.com/CusterVeteransMemorial at a cost of $50, or purchased from any Memorial Association member with checks payable to Custer Veterans Memorial and can be mailed or dropped off at City Hall. Bricks may be purchased at the following levels: Bronze - minimum of $100, Silver - minimum of $250, Gold - minimum of $500 & Platinum - minimum of $1000. F riENDS OF W iND c AVE N AtiONAl P Ark P.O. Box 336, Hot Springs, SD www.friendsofwindcavenp.org • pres@friendsofwindcavenp.org Nonprofit organization whose mission is to support & promote Wind Cave National Park as a natural & cultural treasure. Strives to expand awareness of the unique value of Wind Cave National Park to the Black Hills & the nation. h ArNEy P EAk c hAPtEr , NSDAr 309 Rose Quartz Place, Custer • 605-673-2195 • 605-216-1670 harneypeakdar.sddar.org • rdfansler@gmail.com harneypeakdar@gmail.com Any woman is eligible for membership in the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution who is 18 or older and who is lin- eally descended from a man or a woman, who, with unfailing loyalty to the cause of American Independence, served as a sailor, soldier or civil officer in one of the several colonies or states, or as a recognized patriot, or rendered material aid thereto. O PErAtiON b lAck h illS c AbiN P.O. Box 855, Custer, SD • 605-517-1830 www.operationblackhillscabin.org • operationblackhillscabin@gmail.com Offering qualified wounded veterans, from the Iraq/Afghanistan cam- paigns, and their families a week’s vacation in the Black Hills at little or no expense to them. 100 percent volunteer run. O utlAW r ANch 12703 Outlaw Ranch Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-4040 outlaw@losd.org • www.losd.org/summer-camp/outlaw/intro.html Open year-round, offering summer youth camps, family camp, and year- round retreats for youth and adults. Outlaw Ranch is available for groups, business gatherings and family reunions. We provide overnight housing, meeting space, home-cooked meals, Wi-Fi, trail rides, canoe- ing, hiking, team building and more. Outlaw Ranch is part of Lutherans Outdoors in South Dakota. r OtAry c lub OF c uStEr 11861 Emerald Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-4690 t OP P iN A rchEr ’ S c lub 25086 Shamrock Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-5880 therustygoldfish@hotmail.com The Top Pin Archer’s Club of Custer holds regular 3D, paper, Vegas and 300 shoots. The club also has beginner archery classes and archery ed- ucation/safety classes throughout the year. Come shoot with us. u NitED W Ay OF thE b lAck h illS 621 6th St., Ste 100, Rapid City • 605-343-5872 www.unitedwayblackhills.org • jamie@unitedwayblackhills.org Helps solve community problems by raising funds for 52 nonprofit Black Hills area organizations. VFW P OSt 3442 721 Mt. Rushmore Rd., Custer, SD • 605-673-4262 quartermaster3442@gmail.com Nonprofit service organization. We help all kinds of people with their needs. The building is open to all persons, veteran or not. yMcA OF c uStEr 644 Crook St., Custer, SD • 605-673-5134 • www.rcymca.org rex@rcymca.org Putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind and body for all. Offers child development services, wellness & community recreation. z ONtA c lub OF thE S OuthErN b lAck h illS P.O. Box 28, Custer, SD www.facebook.com/ZontaSBH/ • LGZonta@msn.com Zonta International is a global service organization of executives and professionals working together to advance the status of women through service and advocacy. cuStEr SchOOl DiStrict c uStEr S chOOl D iStrict - h OME OF thE W ilDcAtS www.csd.k12.sd.us Administration Office • Mark Naugle, Superintendent • 605-673-3154 Custer Elementary • Barb Paulson, Principal • 605-673-4483 Custer Jr./Sr. High School • Orion Thompson, Principal • 605-673-4483 Custer Preschool • 605-673-3515 Hermosa School • Lori Enright, Principal • 605-255-4345