A downtown Sioux Falls nonprofit is looking toward the future as its first-floor tenant, a fitness center with an indoor pool, looks to move.
GreatLife is leaving its space in the EmBe building at 300 W. 11th St., according to a Monday email from the group’s top official.
“We are not in a position to get very specific on what we envision just yet. But as we finalize our plans, we will certainly keep you apprised,” interim CEO of EmBe Anne Rieck McFarland said in a statement.
The group is introducing a new strategic plan as it looks ahead at its 100th anniversary next year. The plan includes improving and growing its programming, along with “some re-tasking of our existing facilities,” Rieck McFarland said.
“Just know that our updates will be related to meeting community needs though children, youth and women’s program development and long- term program sustainability,” Rieck McFarland said.
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