SOCIAL SECURITY: INFORMATION & UPDATES New my Social Security Account Online Services Available
Today the Social Security Administration announced a big expansion to services available with a my Social Security account.The full press release follows.
Social Security Announces New Online Services... Posted on 1/7/13 at 4:54 PM
OUR LILY TREE Tomorrow's the day!!
Valentine's Day has never meant much to me, my friends- but tomorrow is something special... It is Giving Heart's Day. Yes, I understand how the economy has been the past couple of years and that lots... Posted on 2/13/12 at 5:37 PM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND Tom Hoffner cancer benefit
Tom was diagnosed last fall with Stage 4 Colon Cancer that has also spread to his liver and lymph nodes. Tom is actively fighting his cancer with Chemotherapy treatments for 3 days every other we... Posted on 2/2/11 at 9:22 PM
Employees from county social service offices, the North Dakota Department of Human Services and other social service community partners collected 431 pounds of grocery and household items and over $3,500 in monetary donations for the Great Plains Food Bank.
John M. Steiner / The Sun
Jamestown Middle School students held the 17th annual Penny Drive in which more than $10,000 was raised and given to the MacKenzie Gerszewski family, Harvey Schuh and Prairie Paws Rescue. Pictured, from left, are Mary Lenhart, teacher; Savannah Montoya, student body president; Tiffany Dooley, teacher; Raelene and Harvey Schuh, Kaye John and Howdy, MacKenzie and Emmie and Steve Gerszewski. Dooley is the daughter of Raelene and Harvey Schuh.
First Community Credit Union held fundraisers for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Employees choose a different organization each quarter to raise money and awareness for. Valentine’s Day bake sales were held at the following branches: Bismarck, Jamestown, Milnor, Portland and Valley City. All of FCCU’s 14 branches sold flyers that people put their names on for $1. There were book and movie drives for members and the community to bring in new children’s books, coloring books, crafts and DVDs for children staying at St. Jude’s. Collectively, more than $1,500 was raised and hundreds of items were donated to the drive. Pictured, front row, from left, are FCC branch managers Justin Neppl, Amanda Kirkeby, Chad Schmidt, Craig Grundstrom and Deb Abbott; and back row, Norman Kleppe, Dean Rohrich, Dave Challey, Tammy Bernhardt and Abrah Dufault.
AgCountry Farm Credit Services has donated more than $14,000 toward hunger relief efforts in eastern North Dakota and northwest and west central Minnesota. The Jamestown office made a contribution to the Salvation Army in Jamestown. This is the 23rd year AgCountry FCS has donated funds to local hunger relief efforts. Pictured, from left, are Meredith Schmidt and Brad Kallenbach, AgCountry, Lt. Mitch Brecto from the Salvation Army, and Amanda Schlepuetz and Jason Rohr, AgCountry.
Jamestown Rotary Club will host its 2nd Annual Wine & Brewhaha Fundraiser at the Gladstone Inn & Suites from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday. The event will offer samples of wine and beer from area distributors.
Rufus and Rowdy are finally trained and harnessed and a date for takeoff is set.
Teamsters Joe Dahlby and Earl Speckman will hitch up those mules to a covered wagon and head for Joice, Iowa — by way of Granada, Minn.
Dahlby said he has been planning the trip for several years, spurred by a three-pronged passion. Joice, population 221, is his hometown. His father homesteaded in 1910 near Watford City, N.D., with a team of mules. And, most important, the trek will raise funds for local hospice and palliative care programs.
By Molly Miron, Forum News Service
, April 05, 2013
Plans are under way at Jamestown College for “Wild About Jamestown College: The 27th Anniversary of Dine and Bid.” The scholarship benefit dinner and auction will take place April 20 in the Larson Center on the campus of Jamestown College.
The Northern Lights Council, Boy Scouts of America and North Dakota first lady Lady Betsy Dalrymple, the 2013 Scouting for Food chair, announced Tuesday that area Scouts will be going door-to-door March 16-23. The Scouts will be distributing Scouting for Food door hangers beginning on March 16 and will return to their same area and collect the donated food on March 23.
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