HERO - HEALTHCARE EQUIPMENT RECYCLING ORGANIZATION FM Haiti Medical Mission in Haiti
Creating partnerships with agencies and other groups with a common goal of helping others is a major part of what we do at HERO.
The FM Haiti Medical Mission Team is the oldest partnership we have. Ea... Posted on 1/7/13 at 4:00 AM
NEW PLATEAUS Charity and the Little League World Series
A Little League team from Uganda is the first ever from Africa to reach the final tournament at Williamsport, Pennsylvania.For these boys, it's a whole new world: the crowds in the stands, the nationa... Posted on 8/20/12 at 10:57 AM
@CONCORDIA Thiele Receives Sent Forth Award
Joanna Thiele '97 is the recipient of the 2012 Sent Forth alumni award. The award is given to a young alumnus who exemplifies the living mission of the college.
Thiele is a registered nurse specializ... Posted on 5/11/12 at 2:47 PM
REPUBLIC INSIDER Guest blogger: An uncommon example of how to live
I recently received the following from Mitchell native Natalie Sturdevant. It's too long for a letter to the editor or guest column, but interesting nonetheless. I provide it for you here in the land ... Posted on 7/29/11 at 3:00 PM
MOORHEAD AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS Speaker from Haiti tells students to dream big
It does not cost anything to dream, so if you are dreaming, dream big, Caleb Lucien told students at Horizon Middle School during presentations in November.
Lucien, who grew up in the village of Pig... Posted on 12/17/10 at 5:29 PM
FARGO – North Dakota Sen. Kent Conrad is in Haiti today with other Democratic members of Congress to assess recovery efforts in the Caribbean nation that was struck by a devastating earthquake more than 14 months ago.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – The air was choked with memory Wednesday in this city where everyone lost a brother, a child, a cousin or a friend. One year after the earthquake, Haitians marched down empty, rubble-lined streets singing hymns and climbed broken buildings to hang wreaths of flowers.
Jonathan M. Katz / Associated Press
, January 13, 2011
Candlelight vigil planned a year after massive quake
As the anniversary of the Haiti earthquake approaches this week, Paul Aladin is discouraged by the lack of progress he sees in his homeland.
Millions of dollars in international aid remains tied up in political red tape.
The Tri City Haitian Ministry and United Hearts for Haiti will host a candlelight prayer vigil at 7 p.m. Jan. 12 at Golden Ridge Lutheran Church, 730 27th St. N., Fargo, in remembrance of last year’s earthquake. A coffee hour will follow.
Twenty pallets of medical equipment and supplies will be loaded for shipment to Haiti at 1 p.m. today in the Project HERO (Healthcare Equipment Recycling Organization) parking lot at 2204 5th Ave. N. in Moorhead.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — Wyclef Jean's planned run for Haiti's presidency is bound to make entertainment headlines, but the hip-hop artist's brother knows trying to take charge of this earthquake-devastated and politically unstable country is a deadly serious affair.
Calvin Klein. Michael Kors. Cole Haan. Dolce & Gabbana. MeJeanne Couture.
OK, that last name may not belong on this list of fashion luminaries – yet.
Christelle Dominique joins these powerhouses at Atlanta International Fashion Week in mid-July with her MeJeanne Couture line of clothes. She’ll arrive a relative unknown, but the Fargo designer hopes a turn on the catwalk launches her career.
Christelle Dominique has a passion for fashion. The Minnesota State University Moorhead junior is pursuing a degree in marketing but also takes apparel and textiles classes at North Dakota State University. “Fashion was my first choice, but I had to have
a backup plan just in case,” Dominique said. Dominique made a name for herself in her home country of Haiti and the U.S. by starting her own clothing line, MeJeanne Couture. Dominique still sends sketches to her mom in Haiti, who consults with seamstresses who sew the pieces for her. She showed her work at the Plains Art Museum’s Spring Gala on Saturday. She will also present her collection at the Atlanta International Fashion Week in July.
Hawley, Minn. - A charitable effort by residents here spurred some bizarre occurrences recently: shorts and flip-flop sightings in January, an M&M’s shopping spree and a visit by a Zimbabwean orphanage director.
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