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Special Olympics North Dakota hands out awards

Special Olympics North Dakota honored several individuals, organizations and businesses for their commitment and support at a recent awards banquet. The following were awarded: Daniel and Mary Sauvageau, Fargo, Family of the Year; Fargo Roosevelt...

Special Olympics North Dakota honored several individuals, organizations and businesses for their commitment and support at a recent awards banquet.

The following were awarded: Daniel and Mary Sauvageau, Fargo, Family of the Year; Fargo Roosevelt Elementary School, Outstanding School; North Dakota State Patrol Officer Mitch Rumple, Law Enforcement Torch Run "Flame of Hope" award; and Walmart, Daryl Bjelde Memorial Award.

Individuals and organizations nominated for other awards included: Amy Blehm, Kyle Carlson, Fargo North High School, Dawson Insurance Agency, DJ Guerrero, Brad Hauschild, Ryan Hoffman, Matt Ihringer, Arby's, Allen Jang, Ramada Plaza Suites, Heidi Lake, Jackie Long, Dennis Manning, Mitch Parker, Elizabeth Phillips, Katie Violet, Aimee White, Dave and Colleen Phillips family, Patty Hellerud family, Jeremy Colbert, Sonia Kolstoe, Tony Starling, West Fargo Public Schools, Aaron Freiteg and Jim Nypen.

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