Business Buzz: New tenant moves into former Unglued location, ChamberChoice event planned May 19, and more

Moorhead DQ announces 2023 Miracle Treat Days to benefit Sanford Children's Hospital and the Children's Miracle Network.

Scribble Lady, as seen Wednesday morning, May 10, a former pop-up shop in Roberts Alley, will open this weekend in the former Unglued location at 408 Broadway in downtown Fargo.
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FARGO — Scribble Lady, an art supply store that got its start as a pop-up shop in Roberts Commons over the holidays, has moved into the former Unglued location at 408 Broadway. The store is owned by local artist Hannah Stelter, who actually began selling her art at Unglued in May of 2020.

Hannah Stelter, a 2021 MSUM graduate, has opened Scribble Lady, an arts supply pop-up store at 214 Roberts Alley in Fargo. The store will be open through the end of the year.

In addition to supplies, the store will sell pieces from Stelter and the following artists:

  • Savannalore (@savannalore on Instagram)
  • Beyond Love and Light Work (@beyondloveandlight_work on Instagram)
  • Wright Foot Socks (@Wrightfoot on Instagram)

Stelter also plans to host events for artists and art lovers to bring the community together. From 7 to 9 p.m. May 18 the store will host a live model drawing night. Models will be on hand to deliver 2- to 3-minute poses for practice sketching. Attendees are asked to bring along their own art supplies.

Regular store hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. Sunday.
For more about the store and Stelter, visit the below websites and social media accounts:

Online: and
TikTok: hannahstelter2


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Contributed / FMWF Chamber

ChamberChoice event planned May 19

The Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce will host its annual ChamberChoice Awards event Friday, May 19, at the Delta by Marriott Fargo. The ChamberChoice Awards recognize the best of the best when it comes to businesses in the Fargo Moorhead West Fargo area. Winning organizations are making a significant impact, driving economic growth and creating a unique, competitive and vibrant region for us all to live, work and do business in.

Awards will be handed out for the following categories:

  • Small Business of the Year
  • Business of the Year
  • Non-Profit of the Year
  • Young Professionals Best Place to Work
  • Emerging Business of the Year
  • Resilient Business of the Year
  • Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Champion
  • People's Choice
Moorhead Dairy Queen
Moorhead Dairy Queen opened in 1949 and is one of the communities most well-known and popular restaurants.
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Moorhead DQ announces 2023 Miracle Treat Days

Moorhead's historic Dairy Queen is asking local businesses and organizations to save the date for its annual Miracle Treat Days.

The popular eatery at 24 8th St. holds the fundraiser each year to benefit the Children's Miracle Network and Sanford Children's Hospital. In 2022, they sold 8,000 Blizzards and donated over $40,000.

MOORHEAD--Normally, Thursdays would be spent taking medication at Sanford Children's hospital in Fargo for 4-year-old Knox Olafson. He was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, on April 28.

How does it work?
According to co-owner Troy DeLeon, most businesses use the fundraiser as a way to treat its employees while contributing to a good cause.

Dairy Queen will accept Blizzard orders from June 26 to 30 for pick-up July 10 to 14. A second window for orders will be July 10 - 13 with pick-up July 17-21.


For more information, call 218-233-3221.

Angie Wieck is the business editor for The Forum. Email her at
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