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8 Broadcaster Press December 19, 2017 www.broadcasteronline.com Ruff Tough Approved For REDI Fund Loan, Expanding And Adding Jobs TEA, S.D. – Roto Mold, LLC., dba Ruff Tough Kennels, based in Tea, South Dakota, announced today its recent approval for a REDI (Revolving Economic Development and Initiative) Fund loan. The Board of Economic Development approved the loan during the November 2017 board meeting. Ruff Tough says the approved funds went toward the purchase of a 10,000 square-foot facility it will use as warehouse storage and shipping prep. “Ruff Tough Kennels is a very entrepreneurial and innovative small business,” said Gov. Dennis Daugaard. “Their products are well known and trusted by pet owners from near and far. We’re proud they call South Dakota ‘home.’” Doug Sangl, co-owner, says Ruff Tough already moved into the new facility and hired two additional employees. Sangl says he continues to utilize state programs because of the opportunities it affords him and his employees. “We’ve been doing this for more than 15 years, and our partnership with the State of South Dakota has equated to more growth and success than we could’ve imagined,” Sangl said. “From funding that helped us purchase new equipment to funding that helped us purchase a larger facility, we’ve found that working with GOED (Governor’s Office of Economic Development) means an investment in our future and I look forward to the next time we can utilize their services.” Ruff Tough’s kennels are available in Scheels and ACE Hardware locations around the country, as well as other suppliers internationally. For more information, go to www. rufftoughkennels.com, or visit the Ruff Tough booth at Pheasant Fest, Feb. 16-18, in Sioux Falls at the Denny Sanford Premier Center. South Dakota 4-H And Global Cultures BROOKINGS, S.D. - As she prepares for her senior year, South Dakota 4-Her, Shelby Hinkle is getting ready to expand her global perspective by traveling to Japan and living with a host family for a month. "I am really interested in Japanese culture and want to experience what life is like in a foreign country," explains the 17-year-old Holabird native. Hinkle was first exposed to Japanese culture when her family hosted Natsuki, a 14-year-old youth from Japan, two summers ago as part of the States' 4-H International Exchange Program. Hinkle will travel to Japan through this same program. With a mission to enhance youth's world understanding and increase global citizenship through international, cultural immersion, States' 4-H International Exchange Program has been orchestrating exchanges for middle and high school 4-H youth since 1972. "Especially in today's world, young people can greatly benefit from gaining a global perspective. They need to underIn fact, Kristi was so stand what is happening throughout the impressed by the program, world in order to enhance their mutual that when previous coordihave helped the program grow in South understanding and acceptance of other nator asked her to take over the position Dakota," Kawaguchi says. cultures," says Yoko Kawaguchi, Presishe didn't hesitate. To learn more about how you can bedent and CEO of States' 4-H International "I enjoy seeing how much the youth Book 64 Intermediate Sudoku Puzzles by KrazyDad come involved in South Dakota's States' Exchange Program. change after living in a different country 4-H International program, as a 4-H youth Since partnering with the organizafor a month," says Kristi, who is a 4-H or host family, contact Kristi Hinkle at tion in 1979, South Dakota 4-HSudoku #5 has hosted leader and the owner of New Beginnings #6 Sudoku 605.852.2298 or e-mail her by email. about 650 delegates from Japan, Costa Greenhouse in Highmore. 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