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LSS receives donation to help seniors with meals

A $3,800 check from 100 Women of the Heartland Who Care will make a big difference.

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The LSS check presentation took place at the Nevis Senior Center. Those present were, front row from left, Laura Scanlon, LSS meals director Shaye Thompson, Tracy Ganley, Lonna Theede, Kim Olson, Ginny Benson; back row, Jace Juberian, Mary Dennis, Pete Yound, Stacey Skinness, Lisa Moore and Vicky Rabe. (Submitted photo)

Lutheran Social Services (LSS) is the latest recipient of a donation from the giving circle, 100 Women-of-the-Heartland Who Care, that was started by Tracy Ganley last year.

The organization holds three donation meetings per year where each member donates $100 to a local non-profit organization. The non-profit organization is chosen by the group from three nominated organizations.

LSS received $3,800, which will be used to help provide meal services to area seniors. Other donations in the past year include $3,100 to the Healing Hearts Network with funds going to the emergency shelter in Akeley, and $1,800 to Living at Home of the Park Rapids Area.

Anyone interested in joining is encouraged to visit the organization’s website, heartlandwomen100.homesteadcloud.com, join the giving circle on www.grapevine.org and follow on Facebook. For further information about the group, contact Ganley at 218-252-4222.

For more information about the meal program, contact LSS Meals Director Shaye Thompson at 320-630-8086.

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