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Lee raising funds to provide kids with hot lunches

Jeremy Lee, a Black Hills Energy employee, has started a non-profit to provide Cheyenne County children with funds to afford hot lunches and also to pay off outstanding lunch debt.

A fundraiser dinner is planned for Oct. 28 at the Cheyenne County Fairgrounds 4-H Building.

Lee was inspired to act by his wife, a food services staff member Leyton Public Schools.

“My wife came to me and asked if there’s anything I can do at work as far as raising money,” he said. “Not only am I a Black Hills Energy employee, I’m an ambassador. We do anything we can to give back to the community.”

Lee brought the p...


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