Hannah Bohlinger (she/her) is passionate about the outdoors and sustainability, and eagerly supports making the outdoors more accessible to all communities. She worked on the Bike Spearfish! initiative as an intern at Black Hills State University and now works for SRAM doing digital marketing. For the past five years she, her husband, and their two children have called Spearfish home. They enjoy exploring the beautiful Black Hills with skis, bikes, and hiking boots.
Rachel Lovelace-Portal (she/her) is curator of collections for Deadwood History, Inc. where she manages the organization’s artifact collections. Before that, she was a curator of the Community and Domestic Life Collection at the State Museum of Pennsylvania. She holds a B.A. in English and History from Southern Adventist University and a M.A. in Public History from Appalachian State University. She enjoys embroidery, knitting and crocheting, trail running, hiking, and reading.
Petrika Peters (she/her) was raised in Spearfish. She has a background in wilderness therapy, community organizing, environmental justice, and non-profit development. Petrika holds a B.A. from The Evergreen State College and an M.A in environmental policy from Northern Arizona University. Petrika is an avid social justice advocate and outdoor enthusiast committed to ensuring our community is welcoming and empowering to those on the margins.
We’d love to hear from you! Whether you want to hold an event, ask a question, suggest an idea, or simply provide feedback, you can get in touch with us below.
PO Box 641, Spearfish, SD 57783