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United Way kicks off campaign

United Way volunteers wait to cross DeMers Avenue at North Third Street on Thursday in downtown Grand Forks, headed to Town Square to participate in "positive picketing" to highlight the start of their annual fundraising campaign. According to a ...

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United Way volunteers wait to cross DeMers Ave. at N. 3rd St. Thursday to kick off the annual United Way campaign. Herald photo by Eric Hylden.

United Way volunteers wait to cross DeMers Avenue at North Third Street on Thursday in downtown Grand Forks, headed to Town Square to participate in "positive picketing" to highlight the start of their annual fundraising campaign. According to a news release, the United Way aims to raise $1 million dollars this fall to go to local health and human services agencies.

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