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Lois Halbur

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Yankton Magazine

HQ Phone:  (605) 665-7811

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Yankton Magazine

319 Walnut

Yankton, South Dakota,57078

United States

Company Description

Yankton Media Inc. has been providing website design and hosting services for over a decade. We strive to provide the best in customer service and website design. Our services include design, maintenance, hosting and consulting for any business online. Please ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Community Support Director

SD Human Services Center


Executive Director

Multi-Cultural Center


Affiliations

South Dakota Department of Revenue

Board Member


National Alliance on Mental Illness

Member


Web References(22 Total References)


Yankton Area Mental Wellness Conference

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Lois Halbur, SD Human Services Center


www.yanktonunitedway.org

Lois Halbur, another active volunteer member in the Yankton community, nominated Saunders for the award.
Halbur got to know Saunders through 4H and said she is deserving of the award. “Her caring nature extends from people to pets,â€� Halbur said. “She's very musically gifted, family oriented and cares deeply about children and giving them a brighter future. She's what I would consider an outstanding model for high quality, selfless   volunteerism.â€� Halbur also nominated Saunders when she received the United Way Volunteer of the Month Award. Saunders said she was surprised to receive the Volunteer of the Month award and never dreamed she would be named the Volunteer of the Year.   “When they were announcing who would receive the Volunteer of the Year award, they listed numerous activities that everyone is involved with,â€� Saunders said. “I was shocked to receive the award.â€� Halbur said she was surprised to see how much work Saunders does for many organizations. “She could have spent the hours of volunteer service in so many different ways but she spent it in selfless service for the betterment of our community and that was very inspiring to us,â€� Halbur said. Saunders involvement with the Court Appointed Special Advocates For Children also inspired Halbur.


Press & Dakotan-Health Lines Promoting Awareness 06/15/04

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By Lois Halbur That is what Qadir Aware faced more than two decades ago when he was forced to leave his native Kurdistan. Aware currently lives in Sioux Falls, where he serves as the Executive Director of the Multi-Cultural Center.He visited the Human Services Center on May 18, to help patients and staff gain increased awareness of cultural differences and an understanding of cultural diversity. In 1974, Aware was 18 years old and living in Kurdistan, when he spoke out against the Iraqi government."I was kicked out of high school and felt my dreams die.I had hoped to finish high school, to attend college," Aware said.His goal was to further his education, possibly become a doctor or lawyer, so he could help his people. He came home and found all of his family present.They had gathered to say farewell but Aware still did not know that he had to leave.Lois Halbur is employed as the Staff Development Coordinator at the South Dakota Human Services Center, Yankton.


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Lois Halbur
Staff Development Coordinator,


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Lois Halbur,
Staff Development Coordinator, Yankton Area Mental Wellness


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