Did you know that a record-breaking 53,000 people checked out all of the North Dakota-made products at Pride of Dakota this year?
And did you know today’s news is all about little lunches, a big organ, and the Story of the Week? Read on.
Dawn Kolden has been described as a “treasure” for starting the Little Lunches Program to make sure 34 kids have full tummies. (McLean County Independent)
The Fargo Theatre has a house organist named Lance Johnson, and visitors could hear him for free in support of the Emergency Food Pantry. (Fargo Forum)
Story of the Week: If you read the story of Warm Blanket Hugs, you know the power of a good blanket cuddle. Thirty Head Start kids, ages 3-5, now have fleece blankets thanks to the “sewing” prowess of Wendy Nelson, a resident at Valley Senior Living in Grand Forks, and the Grand Forks Bantam AA Youth Hockey team. (Grand Forks Herald)