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Foster parenting session to be held in Fargo

Approximately 85 children are in need of foster homes with PATH-North Dakota. An informational session is being held Jan. 10 in Fargo.

FARGO — Parents interested in learning more about foster parenting will have an opportunity at an upcoming educational session.

PATH North Dakota will host "The PATH to Fostering" 6-7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 10, at 1202 Westrac Drive, Fargo.

PATH Director of Community Relations Sonja Stang says approximately 85 children are waiting for foster homes in the state. Both full- and part-time foster parents are needed.

"We're dedicated to finding foster homes for these youth," she says.

PATH ND is a private nonprofit child and family services agency that began operations in North Dakota in 1994. Thursday's meeting in Fargo is an opportunity to gain information about the process, but attending does not mean you're committed to becoming a foster parent.


Refreshments will be served. For more information, call 701-280-9545.

Tracy Briggs is an Emmy-nominated News, Lifestyle and History reporter with Forum Communications with more than 35 years of experience, in broadcast, print and digital journalism.
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