The position is full time and involves some travel. The successful applicant will manage day to day museum functions, displays, supervise employees, will handle marketing and promotion to media and community relations. Budget preparation and adherence is integral. Supervision and reporting is to the Board of Directors. Salary will be determined based on education and experience.
Resume and references will be accepted through January 15, 2016. You may email your information to firstname.lastname@example.org or send it to 999 Main St, Sturgis SD 57785.
A 76th Annual Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ inspired tree will be auctioned off at the 21st Annual Festival of Trees in Sturgis. The tree is decorated in a cranberry and golden orange theme in keeping with the 2016 Official Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ colors. It features 6 Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ Official Logo ornaments for 2016, real pine cone garland, cranberry spray, real dried orange slice ornaments with clove accents, barn wood star and burlap tree skirt.
The tree which was donated to the charity event by Black Hills Rally & Gold, Inc. of Sturgis will be auctioned off on the evening of Friday, November 20th at the Festival, which is held at First Interstate Bank in Sturgis. Proceeds from this event are split between Hospice of the Northern Hills and the First Interstate Bank Greater Sturgis Area Foundation which supports local non-profit organizations in the community such as the Crisis Intervention Center, Meals on Wheels, Senior Citizen Center, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, CASA and Center for the Arts. For those who are interested in making a bid on trees and who are not able to attend the Festival in person, you can visit the website www.sturgisfestivaloftrees.com for more information.
Sturgis, South Dakota (October 30, 2015) – After spending the last several weeks in court, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Inc. (SMRi), a South Dakota nonprofit corporation and the official stewards of the STURGIS® brand, today heard a unanimous and overwhelmingly positive verdict in a lawsuit filed by SMRi several years ago.