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Help fight hunger by gardening

Help fight hunger by gardeningEven though spring is off to a chilly start, gardeners are already planning their gardens.
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Help "Miracle Miata" beat the odds

Help On Saturday, May 3 a benefit will be held for Miata Smith ,20, who underwent a bilateral lung transplant in November of 2013.

Through this journey, Munah Wotorson-Smith has called her daughter "Miracle Miata."
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Delivering life skills: Inaugural fundraiser for foster care support organization

Delivering life skills: Inaugural fundraiser for foster care support organizationConnections 2 Independence (C2i) is set to host its first ever fundraiser to fund its mission of providing life skills to teens and young adults in foster care in the Twin Cities.
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Church leaders examine role in economic development

Church leaders examine role in economic developmentAccording to Alfred Babington-Johnson, "Too many of us face poverty when prosperity is breaking out all around."

Babington is the President and CEO of the Stairstep Foundation, a faith-based organization that strives to empower the African-American community through evoking discussion and executing strategies that promote community building.
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Boys and Girls Club name Gao Hlee Moua Minnesota Youth of the Year

Boys and Girls Club name Gao Hlee Moua Minnesota Youth of the YearSelected among nine outstanding youth, Gao Hlee Moua, of Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities, has been named the Minnesota Youth of the Year by Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA).
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17th Annual Julian Parker Lecture Series: Social mobility in diverse communities

17th Annual Julian Parker Lecture Series: Social mobility in diverse communitiesThe University of St. Thomas College of Education, Leadership and Counseling is set to host the 17th Annual Julian Parker Lecture Series.
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Robbinsdale Mets win championship

Robbinsdale Mets win championshipThe 7th grade girls MN Stars team walked onto the NDSU basketball court(s) and took charge. The girls were crowned champions on Sunday. The girls won all four games and walked away with 1st place in their division beating the returning champions the Mandan Haulers.
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