The board of directors of the Grand Forks Blue Line Club would like to thank the Community Foundation and the Grand Forks Parks and Recreation Foundation for honoring us with the 2012 organization philanthropy award.
City funds likely to help arena, but pool could be in trouble East Grand Forks’ Blue Line Arena likely will get financial help from the city next year to stay open, but some City Council members think the city’s swimming pool should be closed to save money.
Club wants EGF to pick up about $20,000 in annual utility fees to keep skating rink open The Blue Line Club is asking for financial help from East Grand Forks to keep the Blue Line Arena open, but City Council members Tuesday said they can’t promise anything yet.
The Grand Forks Herald presents a check for more than $8,000 to Terry Dvorak (center) of the Grand Forks Blue Line Club. Others pictured are Lee and Michelle Stadstad, (left) parents of Jason Stadstad, and Kevin Fee (right) of the Herald.
The Grand Forks Herald presents a check for more than $8,000 to Kylie Theisen (center) of Relay for Life. Others pictured are Lee and Michelle Stadstad (left), parents of Jason Stadstad, and Kevin Fee (right) of the Grand Forks Herald.
February 15, 2009
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