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EmBe Hosts Conversation Around Work-Life Balance

2018-11-26T18:51:34-05:00

Earlier this month, EmBe held a session of its In Dialogue series focused on work-life balance. A hot topic with women, the conversation covered balancing the best of who you are at home, work and in the community. Small groups shared ideas and a panel of local leaders shared ways to become more efficient, how and when to confidently say no and creative opportunities for self-care. Participant Takeaways "Balance is a practice. You have to continually work on it and it may never be perfect. What is most important is that you are present where ever you are." "Achieving 'work-life balance' can [...]

EmBe Hosts Conversation Around Work-Life Balance2018-11-26T18:51:34-05:00

EmBe participating in South Dakota Gives on Giving Tuesday

2018-11-20T17:50:45-05:00

First comes Black Friday, then Small Business Saturday followed by Cyber Monday. But at EmBe our favorite day is Giving Tuesday. Started as a day for consumers take a break from holiday shopping and do some holiday giving instead. EmBe has been participating in Giving Tuesday events for several years. This year, EmBe is participating in South Dakota Day of Giving on Giving Tuesday. For the first time ever, South Dakota has a concentrated effort to raise the philanthropic efforts of nonprofits on Giving Tuesday. Through a series of challenges and tasks, South Dakota Gives will hand out $125,000 in [...]

EmBe participating in South Dakota Gives on Giving Tuesday2018-11-20T17:50:45-05:00

EmBe Bringing Babysitting Camp to Mitchell

2018-11-20T13:58:15-05:00

After years of honing and perfecting their popular Babysitting Camp, EmBe is bringing their program to Mitchell for the first time. The camp will take place December 27 at LB Williams school. EmBe uses the national curriculum from "Smart Kids: Babysitting 101" to guide campers on being an entrepreneur, developing people skills, and building confidence! Babysitting is needed more now than in the past due to more parents working outside the home and for longer hours. Babysitting offers teens and tweens flexibility so they can still make it to soccer, SAT prep or go on a family vacation. This day camp [...]

EmBe Bringing Babysitting Camp to Mitchell2018-11-20T13:58:15-05:00

Volleyball Program Builds Confidence

2018-11-19T16:46:39-05:00

Twice a year, EmBe conducts a ten-week volleyball program for children in grades 3 through 6. The league is broken into two divisions - 3rd and 4th grades and 5th and 6th grades. We believe in positively influencing youth through athletics that build confidence and quality friendships. Parent and Coach Raves! Our program is well-respected in the community and we love the feedback coaches and parents share with us each year. Here are five great reasons to get your child into EmBe's Volleyball program! "The kids have gained a skill that they can use for many years with rec leagues [...]

Volleyball Program Builds Confidence2018-11-19T16:46:39-05:00

Cold Weather Doesn’t Stop Determined Kids

2018-11-16T10:36:08-05:00

While lots of people were posted up in cozy clothes on couches last Sunday afternoon, more than 700 Girls on the Run, Heart and Sole and Let Me Run participants were crossing the finish line of a 5K.  The bitter cold couldn’t stop the determined kids from accomplishing their season-long goal. We’ll be sharing a few more in depth stories about amazing kids in the coming weeks. In the meantime, here's some photos of our chilly but determined runners!

Cold Weather Doesn’t Stop Determined Kids2018-11-16T10:36:08-05:00

2018 Election Proves Historic for Women

2018-11-07T12:05:07-05:00

A record number of women were elected in yesterday’s midterm elections. From governorships to congressional races, women won in important races in South Dakota and across the country. In Congress At least 98 women won house races last night (some races are still pending), beating the previous record of 85 congresswomen. The women elected include the youngest woman ever elected and the first Native American and Muslim women ever elected to House of Representatives. In South Dakota Congresswoman Kristi Noem became the first woman governor elected in South Dakota. She’s one of nine female governors which matches the previous record. [...]

2018 Election Proves Historic for Women2018-11-07T12:05:07-05:00

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