FARGO SCHOOL TALK Pictures: Students fill the 'Dome
During October and November, buildings across the District brought in non-perishable food items and monetary donations for the student-led Fill The Dome drive that annually restocks the shelves of the... Posted on 12/4/12 at 11:21 AM
RENEW ND Hawaii and North Dakota lead nation in overall well being
Weather, smeather, notice that the majority of the top ten states are 4 season states? Gallup poll out today. We still have a lot of room for improvement! Here's the story by Gallup:
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STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Food bank help
A bill to help Minnesota's food banks is making its way through the Minnesota Legislature.
Sen. Jim Vickerman, DFL-Tracy, wants to establish the Feeding Minnesota Task Force to bring together leader f... Posted on 3/20/09 at 5:19 AM
On behalf of the more than 17,000 people in our community who turn to food pantries, soup kitchens and emergency shelter programs each year to meet their hunger needs, we extend our thanks to the Student Ambassadors from Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo and surrounding areas who so skillfully spearheaded this year’s Fill the Dome event.
In an effort to help people clear some overdue fines, encourage library cardholders to sign up for e-mail courtesy notices and help feed the hungry, the Fargo Public Library is holding a weeklong Holiday Amnesty “Food for Fines” event Nov. 29 through Dec. 5.
Kim Jore has tapped a good idea. Knowing how popular bars are with their clientele, the Moorhead artist started painting scenes from area hot spots, then selling the works to raise money for the Great Plains Food Bank.
Walmart gives refrigerated vehicle to Fargo-based Great Plains A newly donated $85,000 refrigerated truck will help the Great Plains Food Bank meet growing demand for food assistance, an official says.
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