Keizer is new 4-H advisor for Custer, Fall River counties
Published: Thursday, February 2nd, 2012
Brad Keizer has been hired as the new 4-H Youth Program advisor for Fall River and Custer counties. He began his duties Jan. 9.
Originally from rural Illinois, Keizer grew up in the 4-H program and participated in Rodeo Club activities. After graduating from Murray State University in Kentucky with a degree in outdoor recreation and youth agency-nonprofit management, Keizer Black Hills adventures began with the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks, working at the Cleghorn Springs Fish Hatchery. He later expanded his youth development background as a recreation specialist in Rapid City.
Keizer’s commitment to family and youth also took him to Northern Wisconsin as a YMCA Camp director and later to Iowa as a district executive for the Boy Scouts of America. Most recently, Brad served as unit director for the Boys and Girls Club of Hot Springs.
Keizer’s duties will include growth and expansion of the 4-H youth programs, including establishment of collaborative partnerships with other youth organizations. His specialties include youth programming, nonprofit management, fund raising and community sustainability. After hours and depending on the season, you can catch Keizer snowshoeing in the hills, fishing Stockade or Cold Brook or involved with various community organizations.
Keizer will divide his time between the Fall River and Custer offices. The public is encouraged to stop by either office and meet Keizer.
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