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Area men design and build new entrance

By: Carol Schreiber, staff writer

February 27, 2013

	Paul Hartberg of Heron Lake stands in front of the recently installed new entrance gates at the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls.  
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Paul Hartberg of Heron Lake stands in front of the recently installed new entrance gates at the Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls.
Great Plains Zoo in Sioux Falls
As the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History in Sioux Falls, SD, prepares for a new exciting exhibit of Snow Monkeys, the entrance is being redesigned.

Paul Hartberg, and his father, Juhl have designed and created what has become the new entrace to the Zoo which is located at Kiwanis Avenue in Sioux Falls. “They gave us the idea, and we went from there,” explained Paul Hartberg of rural Heron Lake.

After graduating from high school, Paul became an electrician and worked at Heron Lake BioEnergy when it was being built and continued there after it opened. “I decided to come back to this,” Paul said, although his father encouraged him to pursue a different career. “I’ve always known this,” he said, pointing around the shop.

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