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NEWS RELEASE: Soroptimist International of Sioux Falls

Posted by on Mar 4, 2016

NEWS RELEASE: Soroptimist International of Sioux Falls

SOROPTIMIST INTERNATIONAL OF SIOUX FALLS NEWS RELEASE: Toy Lending Library Expanding to more two Siouxland Libraries: February 2016. Contact: Anelis Coscioni, sisiouxfalls@soroptimist.net, (605)215-0575 Soroptimist International of Sioux Falls Karen Wiechmann, KWiechmann@siouxfalls.org, (605)367-8720 Siouxland Libraries, Downtown Library SIOUX FALLS, SD—Soroptimist International of Sioux Falls...

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Soroptimist club establishing toy lending libraries

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016

Soroptimist club establishing toy lending libraries

Originally posted 6:15 p.m. CDT March 9, 2015, Jill Callison, jcallison@argusleader.com (Photo: Emily Spartz Weerheim / Argus Leader) Soon, probably next month, when Adriana Alvarez and Cornell McBride leave Kilian Community College, they will carry not only books and computers but toys, too. A program offered through Soroptimist International of Sioux Falls Club will give students who are...

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Architecture firm collecting for toy-lending library

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016

Architecture firm collecting for toy-lending library

Originally posted 11:10 a.m. CST December 15, 2014, Sioux Falls Business Journal (Photo: infantino.com) Architecture Incorporated is collecting toys and donations to support a toy-lending library. The firm at 415 S. Main Ave. will support a free program established by a local chapter of the Soroptimist Club, a national organization that works to improve the lives of women and girls. The...

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She Magazine: Sioux Falls women work together to start a toy lending library

Posted by on Mar 3, 2016

She Magazine: Sioux Falls women work together to start a toy lending library

Originally posted 10:44 a.m. CST February 28, 2014, Tabby Soignier, tsoignier@thenewsstar.com (Photo: Emily Spartz / Argus Leader, Emily Spartz / Argus Leader) Anelis Coscioni had an idea. Not a big idea. In fact, it was small enough to fit into a toddler’s hands. She wondered if it would be possible to create an easily accessible place where parents who can’t afford educational toys could come...

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