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Shakopee Tribe donates $500K to medical center

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community of Minnesota has donated $500,000 to the St. Francis Regional Medical Center.

The money will help the center improve health care services. The hospital is undergoing a $40 million expansion.

Separately, the tribe donated 21 Automatic External Defibrillators, worth about $21,300, to 10 schools, police departments and organizations. The AEDs are life-saving devices for people who have suffered heart attacks.

Get the Story:
Tribe gives $500,000 to Shakopee medical project (The Minneapolis Star Tribune 11/22)
Tribe donates defibrillators (The Shakopee News 11/20)

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