Meade County rancher, businessman and legislator Gary Cammack (SDARL I) has been named to the 2021 class of inductees of the South Dakota Hall of Fame.

The inductees will be introduced and celebrated across the state in the coming months, Hall of Fame officials said.

Cammack is among 10 people selected for their achievements in agriculture, art, philanthropy, medicine, inventions, and other professional works. Gary, of Union Center, is being honored for being a “visionary agriculturalist and statesman.” You can read the entire story HERE.

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