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Ready to Work event helps Grand Forks' homeless

The Ready to Work event, hosted by the Downtown Rotary Club, is 11:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, in The Hub Pub, 205 N. Third St., Grand Forks. This event is to collect warm winter clothing for Northlands Rescue Mission residents who walk lo...

The Ready to Work event, hosted by the Downtown Rotary Club, is 11:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 22, in The Hub Pub, 205 N. Third St., Grand Forks. This event is to collect warm winter clothing for Northlands Rescue Mission residents who walk long distances to work in the winter. Use the alley entrance to drop off donations. Also, a 50/50 cash drawing will benefit the Ernie J. Norman Center. Free light apps will be served, the Vikings/Ravens football game will be on. See Downtown Rotary's Ready to Work page on Facebook for more info.

A pancake breakfast benefit is being held for Reinhart Zarling of Badger, Minn., from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 15, in the Badger Community Center. A free will offering will be collected and everyone is welcome. The benefit is sponsored by the Greenbush-Badger Lions Club. For more info, contact (218) 782-2486.

Credit unions around the Dakotas recently raised $40,600 for the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals in the Dakotas on Miracle Jeans Day. Individual credit unions, 23 in North Dakota and 22 in South Dakota, along with the Credit Union Association of the Dakotas, participated.

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