RAPID CITY, S.D. — A delegation of prosecutors from Mongolia visited city hall Tuesday afternoon as part of an exchange program hosted by the Dacotah Territory International Visitor Program, a non-profit organization founded in Rapid City in 1995.
The program promotes global understanding through professional, cultural and educational person-to-person exchanges with international visitors and local citizens.
Mayor Steve Allender greeted the delegation and spent nearly an hour with the group in Council Chambers.
“I enjoy meeting our international visitors,” said Mayor Allender. “It’s great these groups come to Rapid City and the Black Hills for a few days to learn about Rapid City, our area and the state. We get to share experiences – they learn from us, and we from them.”
The group visited informally about how city government operates, the work of law enforcement in the…