THEATRE B Meet the Artist: Melissa Flower
We are pleased to announce we are welcoming another professional artist into our intentional family!
Melissa Flower, a professional freelance director and dramaturg from Houston, Texas, will serve ... Posted on 3/6/14 at 6:01 PM
FIRSTLINK You Are Needed- March, 3rd 2014
If you are interested in volunteering for one of these volunteer positions, call FirstLinks Helpline at 235-7335 (SEEK) or 2-1-1, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
For additional opportunities not lis... Posted on 3/3/14 at 1:00 PM
YWCA CASS CLAY Finding the courage to take back control
Reba*, 12 year old son Austin*, and 9 year old son Robbie* do the usual things: homework, family dinners, household chores, but this wasnt always what life looked like for them. Before, their lives we... Posted on 2/6/14 at 11:54 AM
COMPASS POINTS: NEWS FROM THE GREAT OUTDOORS WITH HERALD OUTDOOR WRITER BRAD DOKKEN 'Give to the Max Day' in Minnesota
Today is Give to the Max Day" in Minnesota, and organizations across the state are asking people to donate to their favorite nonprofit groups and schools.
For hunters and anglers, that means conserva... Posted on 11/14/13 at 10:39 AM
Woman’s nonprofit provides cakes to needy children
MINNEAPOLIS – Veronica Descotte believes that all youngsters, no matter how dire their family situation, should be able to feel hopeful at least one day a year.
Jeff Strickler, McClatchy Newspapers
, January 08, 2012
FARGO – No child “wet” behind.
That’s the motto of The Diaper Drive, a regional nonprofit organization that recently opened a chapter in Fargo, thanks to the help of local coordinator Michelle Roeszler.
Moorhead nonprofit helps kids, families
Rainbow Bridge, a Moorhead nonprofit that provides safe child exchanges and supervised family visits, has struggled during the economic recession, but it is holding on and should continue to provide a service that is heavily used, according to an official who oversees the agency.
ND Health Department pushed for inclusion of embattled group
BISMARCK – A company that received a half-million-dollar grant to assess North Dakota’s emergency services was pushed by the state to subcontract some work to a nonprofit group that had previously broken open meetings laws and improperly used federal grant money on alcohol and bonuses.
A proposed sale intended to help the nonprofit behind horse racing in Fargo pay off about $200,000 in bills is drawing some criticism in the wake of a report detailing concerns with the group’s financial oversight.
BISMARCK – North Dakota is appealing a judge’s ruling in a dispute with a private wildlife preserve developer, saying the decision could open loopholes in a state law restricting corporate ownership of farmland.
By Dale Wetzel, Associated Press
, August 08, 2009
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