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Bravo to Kids Against Hunger volunteers


The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week: ► Bravo to the basketball and volleyball teams at the University of Jamestown for collecting pajamas to help Project Ignite Light, a North Dakota organization that provides children ages infant to 18 with items needed when they are relocated from their home due to physical and/or sexual abuse or neglect. The teams asked the public to donate the items during games on Nov. 3 at Harold Newman Arena.

► Bravo to Kiwanis members and volunteers who helped with the Kids Against Hunger event Nov. 4 at Stutsman Harley-Davidson. About 375 people helped bag more than 163,000 meals that will be distributed by Great Plains Food Bank in North Dakota and Minnesota. The meals are made of rice, soy, dehydrated vegetables and chicken flavoring and have 21 vitamins and minerals. Each meal feeds six people.

► Bravo to Kulm Public School, which received two donations this week totaling $25,000 to be used toward the cost of the school’s SmartLab. NextEra Energy Resources and Xcel Energy each donated $12,500 to the school for computer lab equipment and science, technology, energy, arts and math curriculum.

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