GREATER GRAND FORKS YOUNG PROFESSIONALS What's Up Wednesday!
What's Up This Weekend in the Grand Cities?
This weekend, GGFYP hosts Chick-fil-A Leadercast at Hope Church.
Thursday, May 9
Moon Over Buffalo
Fire Hall Theatre, 7:00 pm
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IT'S SIMPLY GRAND! ENDRacing's Iceman Triathlon is coming our way
Today's post comes from guest blogger, Andy Magness, with Extreme North Dakota Racing and Ground UP Adventures...
Extreme North Dakota Racing, or ENDracing for short is now in its fifth year of putti... Posted on 1/10/13 at 1:53 PM
Here we are at the end of April and in the thick of activity among the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals. Spring is a busy season for us. All of the white stuff that keeps falling from the sky tricks me into thinking that “it’s not quite time yet.”
Rebecca Ryan of Next Generation Consulting came to the Grand Cities a few years ago. One of her recommendations was that Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals create an award for the “best place for a young professional to work.”
His family has roots as business owners in Grand Forks dating back to the early 1900s, and Josh Brown is fortunate enough to say most of his immediate and extended family continue to reside in the area.
The Community Violence Intervention Center has been working hard for more than 30 years to help those in need, and at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 13, the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals are bringing the Vagina Monologues to Banquets on the Boardwalk as a fundraiser for CVIC.
Imagine completely starting over in a new city. It might make you happy, or anxious, or sad, or scared... Maybe you don’t even have to imagine it because, like Amy and Steven Armstrong, it’s something that you’ve experienced.
If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve woken up from your turkey coma and survived Black Friday; both are things you should be thankful for. Today is Small Business Saturday, a chance to get out and support local business.
One of my favorite things about my job as executive director of Greater Grand Forks Young Professional is having a front row center seat to the adaptability, open-mindedness, and collaboratively-focused effort of so many in this community.
I grew up in Park River, N.D., and could tell you not only who almost anyone was, but where they lived, too. Going to the grocery store was a social event. It’s nice to say that Grand Forks is similar to that — no wonder why it feels so much like home to me!
There seems to be no lethargy among the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals. “Every time it seems like we might slow down, something else pops up and we’re off and running again. It definitely keeps life interesting.” Those are the words of Stacey Heggen, the Young Professionals’ effervescent executive director.
GF Young Professionals program offers guided tours, glimpse into city’s attractions A new program that will be launched by the group next month could help newcomers and prospective new employees get to know the local attractions — before they accept a job and relocate to the city.
The October issue of Delta Sky magazine features a 32-page section on North Dakota.
Gov. John Hoeven and Commerce Commissioner Shane Goettle, along with Delta Sky officials, will unveil it this week in Bismarck.
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