MARILYN HAGERTY: Dollars from dining go to combat violence
Dinner was served under sprawling trees with little lights in them. Dessert was in the big kitchen of the old, remodeled farmhouse on Rhinehart Drive in East Grand Forks.
On a nice summer evening in August, there is no place on earth more beautiful than this area they call “the Point” — the general area where the Red and Red Lake Rivers join.
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