Thomas Gonser, Grand Forks Hornbacher’s store director; Luke Klefstad, Village Division Director of Behavioral Health and Family Services of North Dakota; Matt Leiseth, President of Hornbacher’s.

Hornbacher’s “Cherries For Charity” Raises $2,000 For The Village In Grand Forks

Hornbacher’s raised $2,000 for The Village Family Service Center in Grand Forks through its “Cherries for Charity” event, July 13-19. More than 9,000 pounds of cherries were sold during the event, and the funds raised will benefit the Girls’ 360° group at The Village. The group helps girls by educating them on a full spectrum…
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The Village Family Service Center Announces New CEO/President

  Fargo, N.D. –The Village Family Service Center board of directors announced today that Doug Vang has been selected as The Village’s new president and CEO. Vang will succeed outgoing President and CEO Gary Wolsky, who has been at the helm of the organization for 34 years. Vang was raised in the Devils Lake area…
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Dick Beardsley, William C. Moyers To Headline Fargo Addiction Recovery Events

Hall of Fame long-distance runner Dick Beardsley will be on hand for a “Run for Recovery,” while nationally-known recovery advocate William C. Moyers will deliver a community keynote during “Recovery Month” in September in Fargo. Both events are hosted by First Step Recovery. The Dick Beardsley Run/Walk begins at 5:30 p.m. at Lindenwood Park and…
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BBBS Celebrates 50th Anniversary In Fargo-Moorhead, Invites Public For Ice Cream Social, Lemonade Event

Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) is celebrating 50 years in Fargo-Moorhead in 2016! And, to say “thank you,” we’re hosting a community ice cream social and “Lemonade for Littles” event from noon-3 p.m., Aug. 18, at The Village Family Service Center (1201 25th St. S., in Fargo). Celebrity ice cream scoopers will include Fargo Mayor Tim…
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Hornbacher’s Raises More Than $42,000 For Big Brothers Big Sisters

            Hornbacher’s Foods today announced a donation of $42,520 to the local Big Brothers Big Sisters program as part of the 2016 “Bowl For Kids’ Sake” fundraising effort. “We all know the importance of mentoring programs. And we know that it works,” said Matt Leiseth, Hornbacher’s president. “It’s about investing…
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