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The club voted to allocate $100 per member to the nonprofit serving veterans and their family members.
The Hubbard County Child Abuse Prevention Council (CAPC) presented grants to two local organizations on Tuesday, May 24.
MacKenzie Scott, former wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, is giving away billions of dollars to charity.
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The nonprofit offers prom dress fittings through mid-April for teens in financial need.

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The Hopeful Heart Project was founded to help women in the Fargo-Moorhead area cope with the loss of a pregnancy or baby, but now co-founder Kayla Sorum is under investigation.
The FBI alleges in search warrant affidavits that Feeding Our Future, the state’s largest independent sponsor of federal food programs, submitted false reimbursement records and conspired with business owners who stole and laundered funds as part of a “massive fraud” involving shell companies, kickbacks and dozens of bank accounts.
Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota camp caters to people with identified needs
The program benefiting families dealing with an unexpected pregnancy received a boost this spring from kids who received sponsorship money for every book they read, and sales of uniquely decorated birdhouses.
As a way to help local businesses and nonprofits regain financial footing after the economic pressures over the last year, Forum Communications Co., will match dollar-for-dollar what those entities spend on new advertising campaigns through August. Matches can range from a minimum of $250 to a maximum of $10,000 during this four-month period.
“What this facility will be offering to this community has been desperately needed for several years,” says Shelly Petrik, executive director and CEO of Recovery Community Resources. Recovery CR will target the needs of women in the northwestern part of Minnesota, including Becker, Norman, Clay, Otter Tail, Hubbard, Mahnomen, Wadena and Beltrami counties, and the White Earth Indian Reservation.

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The closing of Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota left many in the community asking where the agency's adoption records will be stored.
Detroit Lakes' Polar Fest celebration will not include fireworks, or an ice palace this year — but there is sure to be at least one celebrity sighting. Actor Josh Duhamel is scheduled to appear as a "Proxy Plunger" for the Boys & Girls Club's Polar Fest Plunge fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 13.
Rural Detroit Lakes couple Beau and Jackie Shroyer and their five children — Bella, Avery, Oakley, Eden and Iva — are making plans to leave behind the community that has been their home for more than a decade and head overseas for a long-term assignment in Angola, Africa, as missionaries for SIM.

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