William Shatner is about to boldly go to somewhere he's never gone before.

Get ready Star Trek fans, Captain James T. Kirk will soon be making a trek to Sioux Falls.

That's right, William Shatner, the actor made famous for his role as the legendary Captain of the Starship Enterprise will soon be transported to the Sioux Empire to headline the 43rd annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Dinner and Fundraiser in October.

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Dakota News Now is reporting that the event will take place on Wednesday, (October 30) at the Sioux Falls Convention Center.

The dinner was founded by South Dakota Marshall Gene Abdallah in 1982 as a way for local businesses and community leaders to show appreciation and honor law enforcement officers. Since its creation, the event has raised millions of dollars for children's charities throughout the Sioux Empire in the name of law enforcement.

Limited seats still remain, which is good news for those hoping to see Mr. Shatner speak at this year's event.

Doors will open at 5:15 PM, with the event getting underway around 6:45 that night.

If you would like to get seats, or possibly sponsor a table of ten or more people you should call (605) 338-4304.

Kirk out!

Source: Dakota News Now

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