Lamb Weston/RDO donates to three local nonprofits

Pictured, from left, are TJ Smith of Whiting-Turning (WT), Robert Treptow (WT), food shelf director Bob Hansen, plant manager Shawn Raykovich, Ethan Fischer (WT), Cole Crampton (WT) and Cesar Landron de Guevara (WT).
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Lamb Weston/RDO Frozen, the local potato processing facility, and The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company of Minneapolis, general contractor for the recent expansion at the facility, presented a joint donation of $1,000 to Bob Hansen, executive director of the Hubbard County Food Shelf on March 18.

Hansen noted that, in 2021, the food shelf distributed over 400,000 pounds of food to over 1,000 families in Hubbard County.

Pictured, from left, are Lee Myer (WT), MFO founder Sam Carlson, Zach DeShayes and Shawn Raykovich of RDO and Robert Treptow (WT).
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They also presented a $500 donation to Sam Carlson, president of Mandatory Fun Outdoors, a nonprofit that provides unique outdoor experiences that foster camaraderie, healthy living, unity and healing for veterans and their families.

Pictured, from left, are Robert Treptow (WT), Nikki Torkelson and Molly London of Kinship and Josh Maki (RDO).
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Finally, they gave $500 to Nikki Torkelson, vice president of the Kinship board, and Molly London, Kinship executive director.

Kinship matches adult volunteers with a child between the ages of 6 to 16, according to their interests, location, age and needs. They also provide monthly social and recreational activities which help to foster the development of their friendships.

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