IN THE BLACK Pantry Challenge
If you are looking for ways to lower your grocery bill, one is to try a Pantry Challenge. A Pantry Challenge is attempting to cook as many meals as you can from ingredients you already have on hand. ... Posted on 12/31/12 at 7:23 AM
NORTH DAKOTA OUTDOORS AND BEYOND hunters lending a hand
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is encouraging deer hunters to consider donating a deer to the Sportsman Against Hunger program.
SAH is a charitable program that raises money for processing... Posted on 9/28/11 at 11:26 AM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Harvesting Mom's pantry
I know its barely spring (and Im still not sure that isnt a rumor), but for some reason today I was thinking about harvest.
Not the kind of harvest when combines are impeding traffic and everyone is ... Posted on 4/4/11 at 4:01 AM
Jamestown massage therapists and reflexologists conducted their third annual daylong massage event at the Jamestown Business Center Oct. 25 in observance of National Massage Therapy Awareness Week, a national program sponsored by the American Massage Therapy Association.
F-M Emergency Food Pantry officials hope small changes in design plans might help make up for a shortfall in fundraising.
They haven’t given up on reaching their $850,000 goal to build a new, larger facility, said Wayne Hankel, F-M Emergency Food Pantry board vice president. But, with about $150,000 left to raise, Hankel said the board asked its architect to look at possible design changes to save money.
By Wendy Reuer, Forum Communications Co.
, December 24, 2011
Just four Girl Scouts gathered 5,120 pounds of food for local food shelves, with the help of Jamestown students.
“How can you not donate when you know how many people need it?” said Maxine Mjoen, 13, one of the cadets in Girl Scout Troop No. 30918.
Members of 4-H clubs across the county are joining to “Stock the Stock Trailer,” and in doing so, stock the shelves at food pantries too.
The 280 Stutsman County 4-Hers plan to gather donated food and personal hygiene items from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 29.
In a neck-and-neck race, three area companies competed to gather the most items for the Salvation Army Food Pantry in Jamestown.
Together, Cavendish Farms and Goodrich Cargo Systems, both of Jamestown, and Cargill Malt, of Spiritwood, gathered 2,811 pounds of food and necessities.
Hunger in Jamestown is becoming more commonplace and at the same time donations to food pantries to feed those mouths are decreasing.
“We’ll always have food but with the need growing it’s kind of scary,” said RaeAnn Kracht, food pantry coordinator for Community Action Region VI.
By Ben Rodgers, The Jamestown Sun
, April 02, 2011
Sure they’re getting older, but food drive elder statesmen Jerry Carter and Mel Germanson say nothing short of divine intervention can keep them from standing in the cold for two days collecting for the local food pantry.
By Phil Pfuehler, Forum Communications Co.
, November 24, 2010
BISMARCK (AP) — North Dakota’s Agriculture Department says more than 361,000 pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables made its way to food pantries and homeless shelters across the state through a new program.
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