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LifeQuest Executive Director Daryl Kilstrom leads a tour of the Mitchell-based nonprofit's building, where people with disabilities acquire new life skills and are encouraged to live meaningful lives. LifeQuest will celebrate its 50th anniversary next week. (Laura Wehde/Republic Photo)

LifeQuest turns 50: Thursday event to note agency's anniversary

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For his 80th birthday, all Virgil Kistler wanted was to see "The Price Is Right" and Bob Barker in person.

In 1996, Kistler got his wish with a little help from LifeQuest, a Mitchell-based nonprofit service that helps people with disabilities acquire new life skills and lead more meaningful lives.

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