PIERRE, S.D. -(Ammoland.com)- President of the South Dakota Parks and Wildlife Foundation (PWF), Karen Gundersen Olson, announced today that William May of Rapid City, Jim Spies of Watertown and Dale Jahr of Sioux Falls will serve on the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
“Each new board member has exceptional abilities to further the Foundation’s mission of soliciting and encouraging support to preserve and protect South Dakota’s natural resources and outdoor heritage while expanding recreational and educational opportunities in our state,” said Gundersen Olson.
William May is a resident of Rapid City and has served as CEO/General Counsel for the Black Hills Surgical Hospital, LLP since 2004. He is also a member of the Rapid City Chamber of Commerce.
Jim Spies is the President of Spies Corporation, which owns and manages the Cowboy Country convenience stores throughout the region. Spies is a Watertown resident and a lifetime member of the following organizations: Dallas Safari Club, the Safari Club International, Ducks Unlimited, Wild Sheep Foundation, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Wild Turkey Foundation, Grand Slam/OVIS, Boone and Crocket Club and the Wild Sheep Foundation. He recently retired as a member of …Read the Rest