THE NEW FORTY In Nya's shoes...
Tomorrow Cheyenne and the rest of the seventh grade class from STEMwill walk to a pond in West Fargo to fill gallon-sizedwater jugswhich they will carry back to their school. The water jugactivity is ... Posted on 9/29/11 at 8:15 PM
CONFESSIONS OF A FAT GIRL I know why I hate baking
Yesterday, after a crazy day, I ended up having to bake cookies for our Christmas cookie bake sale at work. First, I realized I don't particularly care for baking. Second, I didn't get home until afte... Posted on 12/22/09 at 1:15 AM
Bismarck harpist Gayla Sherman likes to share her musical talents for weddings, receptions and special events. Her next public appearance is in Dickinson on Saturday when she entertains during the United Way of Dickinson wine tasting and silent auction.
Audrey Rhoades, left, Dickinson, tries to select the two pieces of pottery her daughter, Madison, right, made for Saturday’s United Way’s Empty Bowl fundraiser Saturday at Microtel Inn and Suites. The money raised will go to local food programs.
Volunteers, from left, Autumn Richard and Katie Wolf with Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center and Tarri Joki, Catholic Charities of North Dakota, serve ice cream sundaes at Dan’s Super Market downtown Thursday.
Newcomers to Dickinson look to the House of Manna for clothing and household supplies. Senior citizens rely on Elder Care for transportation and meals. The Safety City educational program will continue, despite loss of its grant funding.
Don Pavlish, left, helps kick off the United Way of Dickinson’s 49th annual campaign by purchasing a brat from JoAnn Heiser and Alice Candrian, employes at Dan’s Supermarket-north on Friday. All proceeds from the sale of brats were given to United Way.
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