donations

Boys from Southwestern Youth Services in Magnolia volunteered Friday to help organize donations for the One Warm Coat Project upcoming distribution. Those in need of warm coats can pick them up from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, and from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, in the ATLAS for Life...
United Methodist Church Pastor Dorie Hall (left) and artist Cindy Reverts display some of the handmade, hand-painted bowls that will be used for the church soup supper Friday night. There are more than 100 in all that will be sold to support the church and the arts.
United Methodist Church volunteers will serve their annual soup supper in uniquely painted, handmade pottery bowls Friday. “Bowls for a Cause” is an effort of the local arts community and creative members of the church to support the local emergency food shelf and the arts, according to Cindy...
To help in the sorting process and to raise money for the Historical Society, an auction is set for 1 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8.
Betty Mann has trouble sleeping at night. “I have all these things running around in my head, and it’s hard to turn them off,” said Mann, Rock County Historical Society President. There’s good reason for her cluttered mind: Truckloads of valuable “clutter” are waiting to be sorted at the new...
A $3,800 donation was given to the BackPack Program from CHS Eastern Farmers’ “Food” fundraiser. Pictured from left are Tom Nelson, Darcy Raddle, Luverne Elementary School Child Guide Lisa Dinger, Carl Gehrke and Josh Hansen.
CHS Eastern Farmers and CHS Nutrition received donations of $31,000 and more than 1,300 pounds of food during the company’s “Harvest for Hunger” campaign during the month of March. In Luverne CHS donated $3,800 to the Luverne Public School’s Backpack Program and $8,589.78 to the Rock County Food...
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