Spread the Tunes donates $10,000 to fish hatchery

Spread the Tunes, Inc., presented a check Sept. 10 for $10,000 to the D.C. Booth Society, the nonprofit friends group that supports the D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery and Archives in Spearfish. The funds were raised during the annual Canyon Acoustic Series over the summer, and a check was also presented from the Spearfish Creek Wine Bar for $400 for tips collected, and the groups thanked the community for its support, as well as to the sponsors, the bands that participated, Jason Moore, sound man, and everyone who came to the park to enjoy the concerts. From left are Nancy Cole, Booth Society staff; Kevin Krog, Steve Shuck, and Larry Kalleyn, Booth Society board members; April Gregory, hatchery curator; Ben Schnaible, Jess Eixenberger, Andrew Kliewer, Zac Eixenberger, Jake Jackson, from Spread the Tunes, and Alison McDaniel of the Spearfish Creek Wine Bar. Courtesy photo

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