Loan: $85,000 - Rural Utilities Service - Sep. 14, 2009
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Award Description: The loan will allow the Adams Museum & House to purchase equipment and furniture for the Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center (HARCC) in Deadwood, SD. When open, the HARCC will function as a classroom, research center, lecture hall, exhibit area and community center rolled into one. The HARCC will be a multi-faceted facility designed to protect over 10,000 cubic feet of original documents associated with the Homestake Gold MIne, the driving economic engine in the Black Hills region for 126 years and the largest single producer of low grade ore for gold bullion in history. The Rural Development loan will be used to purchase computers, audiovisual equipment, tables, chairs, storage lockers, shelving, desks, map file units, scanners, oversized file cabinets, white boards, copiers, and other items.
Project Description: The Adams Museum & House, Inc. currently is raising the necessary funding ($483,000) to complete construction of the Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center. Once the final funding is secured, the AM&H will complete construction (three months) and furnish the HARCC utilitizing USDA Rural Development funding. The goal is to complete fundraising by December 31, 2009 and begin construction in January 2010 with an opening of the facility in June 2010.
Jobs Summary: Not started (Total jobs reported: 0)
Project Status: Not Started
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