• 19th Annual It Only Takes A Spark Cancer Walk Results

    Total Raised: $133,100* Great weather, but a little on the hot side at this year’s 19th Annual It Only Takes A Spark Cancer Walk. Much appreciation and thanks goes out to all our teams and volunteers for this year’s walk. Without them and the great people in the greater Grant County area, we couldn’t raise such funds. A HUGE Thank You again to all of you! Nearly 2600 luminaries were sold in honor or memory of resulting in over 1100 names to be read at the walk. Because of the hot weather, attendance was down. Though a great crowd was

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  • 2016 Auction Items

    Here’s is just some of items for the Live Auction on June 10

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  • 2016 Cancer Walk Sponsors

    We can’t thank our sponsors of the 2016 Cancer Walk enough. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! Torchbearer Avera Medical Group Milbank/Big Stone Therapies Grant County Review Linda’s Fashions Poet Biorefining Popper’s/Betty’s Fireworks/Roger & Irene McCulloch Thrivent Financial Twin Valley Tire Valley Office Products Illuminator Bien Pharmacy Dakota Granite First Bank and Trust Food & Fuel Lewis Montage Northside Medical Center Stengel Oil Valley Dairy Supply Valley Rental & Recycling Wells Fargo Whetstone Storage Milbank Eye Care NorthWestern Energy Heartwarmer Bierschbach Dental Cold Spring Granite Conroy Eye Care Flower Shoppe Gesswein Motors Hicks Construction Insurance Solutions Plus Jamey Jurgens Johnson Dental

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  • Cancer Walk to Donate $40,000 towards 3D Mammography Machine

    Cancer Walk to Donate $40,000 towards 3D Mammography Machine Milbank, SD – June 2, 2016 It Only Takes A Spark has donated $40,000 to Northeast South Dakota Healthcare Foundation towards the purchase of the new 3D mammography machine the Milbank Area Hospital Avera recently acquired. The core committee met with teams about plans back in March after hospital administrator, Natalie Gauer, discussed some of the new equipment needs at the hospital. “With the teams doing a majority of the fund raising efforts, we wanted their input to what the board was considering” stated Matt Scott, Core Committee member. “The best way

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