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Arkansas employees go the extra mile for Girl Scouts
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Volunteering time and sweat, employees in Black Hills Energy’s Arkansas Gas office in Huntsville spent a day making sure Camp NOARK was ready for area Girl Scouts.

In April, our employees joined the Northwest Arkansas Live United Day, raking leaves, splitting wood and installing new bunks in the NOARK cabins. Their hard work ensured that the camp would be ready when Girl Scouts from Arkansas and neighboring states returned for the 2021 camp season.

NOARK is a 300-acre camp that offers extensive hiking, target sports, arts and crafts and “a sisterhood in song.” 

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