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Bravo to Make-A-Wish for granting child's wish

Bravos from The Jamestown Sun.

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The Jamestown Sun hands out these bravos this week:

  • Bravo to Nate Soulis, a 2015 Jamestown High School graduate, for recently coaching the Thompson High School baseball team to its first state championship since 2016. Thompson defeated Lamoure/Litchville-Marion 11-7 in the state finals.
  • Bravo to Make-A-Wish North Dakota for making Charlie Bannister’s wish for a superhero carnival come true. Charlie, who was born with migratory partial epilepsy of infancy, enjoyed a superhero carnival Friday, June 17, that included superhero appearances from “Supergirl,” “Superman” and “Spider-man,” reptiles and a pettings zoo from the Red River Zoo in Fargo and carnival activities for prizes. Charlie’s family and friends and law enforcement from the Jamestown Police Department, Stutsman County Sheriff’s Office and the North Dakota Highway Patrol attended the event along with personnel from Ringdahl EMS. And bravo to the staff at the Anne Carlsen Center and other volunteers for helping make Charlie’s day a success.

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Bravos from The Jamestown Sun.