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Berakhah House - Volunteers of America, Dakotas

Transitional Housing
Sioux Falls, SD
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400 N Western Ave
Sioux Falls, SD - 57104

(605) 332-4017 Click to call There is 1 review. Scroll down to see it. c.nelson@voa-dakotas.org Website Donate Go to Facebook

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Mission Statement: Volunteers of America, Dakotas is called by the Gospel to guide people to live healthy and fulfilling lives.

There is 1 review

Anonymous - Nov 20, 2019

Hello! Can you use a Kirby Generation 3 vacuum cleaner with instruction book and all the attachments, including a shampooer? It was recently in for maintenance. I have an old artificial Christmas tree that I purchased at Dayton’s years ago. All the branches are separate and need to attach to a homemade trunk (the original trunk pole broke so we used our imagination.) It is full and still looks good once it’s set up. It’s in a big bag. If you can use these, I can drop them off something this week. If not, I will look for someone else in need.

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