Fork Real Café began seven years back when Rhonda and Dave Pearcy had a vision to help reduce hunger and improve food security in Rapid City.
The camaraderie at Fork Real Café and communal vibe often opens doorways to community connections.
The Pearcy's envision a place serving people of walks of life with conversations happening that can lead to a much better future for any café customer:
The South Dakota Community Foundation has granted $20,000 to help support the ongoing success of the Café. Read the Entire Article
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