SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Soup Off Winners 2013
The Faith Baptist Church Youth Groups Annual Soup-Off fundraiser and competition was held on Wednesday night. Over 20 soups were entered. The top three vote recipients received the coveted winning spo... Posted on 3/15/13 at 7:29 AM
BOY SCOUT BLOG Trail’s End Popcorn…Better than Ever!
Autumn is here, bringing cooler temperatures, falling leaves and POPCORNSEASON. Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts throughout the Northern Lights Council are starting to go door-to-door sellingTrails End bran... Posted on 10/9/12 at 6:01 PM
NDAD INSIGHT Today is benefit for little Teagan in Grand Forks
By Mike Brue
EAST GRAND FORKS, Minn.
Teagan Leehans chubby legs pushed her quickly into Jenny Jump Up high gear.
Ahhhggggkk! the excited 10-month-old hollered. A squeal of delight and several more... Posted on 9/16/12 at 9:20 AM
LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Return To The Green Market
At the very end of August, we treated ourselves to dinner atGreen Market Kitchenwith friends.
We last dined at The Green Market not quite a year ago when we tried their special Dia De Los Muertos-in... Posted on 9/13/12 at 8:28 PM
STAFF BLOG DIRTY LAUNDRY Way to go, humans
I received a letter today from a woman who organized a fundraiser for Renee Giefer, who had a kidney and pancreas transplant in December. She let me know that almost $15,000 was raised to help Renee a... Posted on 5/30/12 at 3:19 PM
The Jamestown High School National Honor Society, under the supervision of Tammy Mullowney, hosted Daffodil Days 2011 to benefit the American Cancer Society. Bouquets of daffodils were sold to raise funds. The group raised $2,225. Mary Dahl, community relations manager for the ACS, said the cancer society appreciates every bouquet of daffodils purchased, and added that money raised by the event will be used to help the ACS continue funding cancer research, state and national legislative advocacy, and educational and patient service programs.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association is “arresting” local business and community leaders on Thursday. The “jailbirds” have volunteered to be locked-up and serve time in a mock jail at The National Buffalo Museum in an effort to raise money for the local Muscular Dystrophy Association.
It turns out toilets can be used for something more than just the obvious.
In fact, Brad Schaack and the Jamestown High School girls’ hockey team used three stray stools to raise a nice chunk of change for a really good cause.
Several parents of team members got together and formed a plan to raise money for the Stutsman County Relay For Life Cancer Walk-A-Thon.
The Eagles Ladies Auxiliary will be serving walking tacos at the Buffalo Mall from 10 a.m. 3:30 p.m. Saturday for Home on the Range and other local charities. The group will be set up by the KMart entrance. Cost is $3 for walking tacos, $2 for hotdogs and $1 for pop or water.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s North Central States Chapter will be hosting one of its largest fundraising events on April 17. Walk MS: Fargo 2010 is expected to draw more than 1,000 walkers and raise more than $115,000. The walk will begin at the Bison Sports Area; registration will begin at 8 a.m., and the walk kicks off at 10 a.m.
Once again we are nearing the “Running o’ the Green.” And though I am well aware that this is a controversial subject every year, I would like to go on the positive side and remind people that it is for a very good cause. Larry Knoblich and his “little leprechauns” have spent endless hours organizing this event, to try to make it a fun and safe fundraiser.
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