Nice news of the week – April 9, 2020

If you live in or around Grand Forks, Kittsona needs your help to deliver food to children through the end of the school year.  Sign up today!

You can find out how to volunteer in today’s news – which also has a virtual choir, a sidewalk violinist, Sax in the Kitchen, and more!  Read on.

Free food from a fish house – fantastic! (KX Net)

North Dakota’s Face Mask Warriors have donated thousands of custom masks based on the specific requests by area hospitals to help extend the lives of their N95 masks. (Minot Daily News)

Here’s a great project if you have kids at home, courtesy of the Jamestown Boy Scouts: make cards for your local nursing home. (Jamestown Sun)

While you’re stuck inside social distancing, why not try a little “Sax in the Kitchen?” (Grand Forks Herald)

If you’re going to have virtual learning, you may as well make it out of this world. (KX Net)

Fargo’s Kelsey Joy Buell has taken to the sidewalks to bring music to a local senior living facility. (KVRR)

The community of Wishek has found a unique way to pray together (hint: it’s not online, but it is in A line). (McIntosh County Star Tribune)

If you have a kid that likes farm animals, then Glenburn teacher RyLeigh Streich has a storytime for you. (KX Net)

Or, if you’re looking for some online art classes for your family, Bismarck’s Nina Loeks is hosting them three times a week. (KFYR TV)

Meet North Dakota’s newest celebrity: Lindsey Solberg Herbel. (Dickinson Press)

Fargo’s Joe Williams and Ciciley Littlewolf are used the Plains Art Museum’s sewing machines to make masks to donate. (KVRR)

Fargo’s first responders put on a lights parade in the middle of a snowstorm for the children staying at Sanford Hospital.(KVRR)

If you live in Grand Forks, Kittsona needs your help to keep kids fed. (Grand Forks Herald)

The University of Mary’s Dr. Tom Porter is looking for singers or all ages to participate in the 2020 North Dakota Choir Project.  Submit a video of yourself singing Porter’s “Prairie Wind” here. (NDACDA)

Congratulations to Fargo South’s Leah Juelke, who is one of fifty finalists around the world up for the Global Teacher Award. (KVRR)

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