Representative Kristi Noem made a stop in Sioux Falls, Saturday, to recognize South Dakota Airmen.
The U.S. Congresswoman stopped at the South Dakota Air National Guard base where she was greeted by hundreds. She tells KSFY News honoring and recognizing hometown heroes will always be close to her heart, and something she encourages all of us to do as well.
"It's good to thank them for their service but to also remember the sacrifices they do make so we can sleep soundly in our beds at night. I'm just so appreciative of what they do, grateful for how the community loves them through the process as well," Rep. Kristi Noem said.
Sunday, Noem heads up to Watertown to recognize 4-H members and volunteers at the Codington County Extension Complex from 2:00-3:00 p.m.
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