Congratulations to Alison Traynor, North Dakota’s Suicide Prevention Program Director, who was the first North Dakotan to ever be named to the national De Beaumont 40 Under 40.
And if you’re on the fence about learning CPR, today’s news may convince you to finally take that class. Plus, stories about youth mentorship and Happy Hooligans. Read on.
For 13 years, people have been racing through Wahpeton to raise money for youth mentorship programs. (Wahpeton Daily News)
Jay Abeykoon and her dad, Janath, are two good examples of why all North Dakotans should know CPR. (Fargo Forum)
Congratulations to the Happy Hooligans – selected as outstanding civil engineer unit of the year across all of the United States and territories! (Dickinson Press)