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Celebrating Success Community Funds

Entrepreneur Development Loans

CIRCLE and STAR Teams

Business Development Loans Early Childhood Initiative

WORKING WITH REGIONAL PARTNERS

Community Planning Grants Health Care Funds

Affordable Housing Program Preserve and Promote Natural Assets Grants E merging L eadership P rogram

Healthy Lakes and

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Initiative

Caring Communities Grants


OUR MISSION:

The Northwest Minnesota Foundation invests resources, creates opportunities and promotes philanthropy to make the region a better place to live and work.


4225 Technology Drive NW Bemidji, MN 56601 Visit our website: nwmf@nwmf.org

218-759-2057 or (in MN) 800-659-7859


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4225 Technology Drive NW Bemidji, MN 56601 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED

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Schools, Housing, Streets and Roads, Water and Sewer, Hospitals and Clinics, Shopping Districts, Sports Facilities, Convention Centers, Government Offices, Telecommunications, Entertainment Venues, Eating and Drinking Establishments.

Clean Air and Water, Recreation Opportunities, Wildlife Observation, Hunting, Trail Systems, Open Spaces, Forests, Lakes, Public Lands, Dark Skies

Quality of Place

Peace and Quiet, Effective Leadership, Diverse Population, Unhurried Pace, Public Safety, Social and Community Networks, Effective Organizations, Lack of Congestion, Family Relationships, Churches.

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Job Availability, Job Quality, Wage Levels, Access to Capital, Business Training, Technical Support, Entrepreneurial Opportunity, Child Care, Work Skills Training.

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Grants in 2005 4OTAL'RANT!MOUNT 

Caring Communities Grants are awarded for interagency efforts that focus on issues affecting children Total: $211,026 Boys and Girls Club, White Earth Reservation..........$25,000 To provide opportunities for youth residing on the White Earth Reservation. Mahnomen County .......................................................$25,000 For continuation of an alternative dispute resolution restorative justice process for youth offenders known as “Circle Sentencing.” Minnesota Fathers & Families Network ..........................$250 For the Minnesota Fatherhood & Family Services Summit. North Country Health Services ...................................$25,000 For a multi-organizational task force program, Imagine the North Country, to coordinate and implement strategies to prevent the use of tobacco, alcohol and other drugs.

The Elderly Marshall County Human Services .............................$25,000 For the Senior Services Collaborative project.

Community Planning Grants are awarded for the design and implementation of plans that address affordable housing, community or economic development or effective management of community growth. .................. Total: $219,500

Economic & Community Development Baudette Community Foundation ................................$5,000 Lake of the Woods County Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy will develop a Comprehensive Economic Development Plan and Strategy to guide the County’s economic development efforts in the future.

NW Regional Development Commission ........................$280 For the Faith in Communities Conference.

City of Bemidji ...............................................................$4,000 For the Bemidji Downtown Planning Project, to create drawings illustrating ideas generated in the initial planning process and develop strategies to implement the vision defined in the plan.

Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians..........................$25,000 To provide financial support for programs, projects, and activities that assist the Tribe and others in the recovery and renewal process following the March 21,2005 tragedy.

City of Mahnomen .......................................................$25,000 For the Mahnomen Area Stewardship Initiative for leaders in Mahnomen County to explore different ways to make progress in building a better Mahnomen area.

St Joseph’s Area Health Services ...............................$25,000 To bring a children’s prevention dental health program to the infants and children of Hubbard County.

Crookston Development Authority ............................$22,500 For the Crookston Vitality Project to complete a communitywide planning process that would engage as many community members as possible.

Early Childhood Initiative Meritcare Clinic Bemidji ....................................................$500 For a presentation on youth issues by Barbara Coloroso.

Emergency Assistance Awarded for flood relief and/or crisis needs of low-income families and individuals Bi County CAP, Inc ....................................................... $19,700 Inter-County Community Action Council .................. $12,000 Mahube Community Council ......................................... $9,600 Northwest Community Action Program ....................... $7,600 Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc. ............................ $11,100

White Earth Reservation Tribal Council ...................... $5,000 To develop a technology center that will bring economic and business development to the White Earth area. Bemidji State University .............................................$50,000 For a partnership project with Bemidji State University to fund the start-up for a Marketing Assistance Center.

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Grants continued… Growth Management

Organizational Effectiveness

City of Bemidji .............................................................$25,000 For the second phase of the Bemidji Area Growth Management project. City of Park Rapids .....................................................$25,000 For the Park Rapids Stewardship project.

First Care Medical Services ..........................................$5,000 For diversity and lean health training. Mahnomen County ........................................................$5,000 For strategic business planning. Sexual Assault Program ............................................... $1,752 For strategic planning.

Housing Beltrami County Housing and Redevelopment Authority .............................................$8,000 To conduct a housing needs assessment on a county-wide basis. Beltrami County Social Services .................................$5,000 To develop a housing plan to address the needs of persons with serious and persistent mental illness. City of Thief River Falls.................................................$5,000 For a Thief River Falls Area Housing Study.

Housing Partnerships Headwaters Regional Development Commission .... $10,000 For the Northwest Minnesota Housing Coalition to promote policies, programs, and projects that will preserve and create housing affordable to low and moderate income people throughout northwest Minnesota.

Students Teaching Attitudes of Respect (STAR) $150-200 grants were given to the following schools for STAR Teams Follow-Up Projects: Bagley School District, Franklin Middle School, Magelssen Elementary School, Nevis School District, Schoolcraft Learning Community. $150-200 grants were given to the following community projects: B-TEAM, Meritcare Clinic

Valuing Diversity Minneapolis Foundation ..............................................$2,000 For Minnesota Meeting’s 2005 season

Northwest Regional Development Commission....... $10,000 For the Northwest Minnesota Housing Coalition to promote policies, programs, and projects that will preserve and create housing affordable to low and moderate income people throughout northwest Minnesota.

Natural Resources Grants are awarded for research leading to new strategies and/or technologies that add value to local resources and that promote the sustainable use and preservation of the natural resource base. Total: $112,500

Knowledge Cluster

Natural Resources - New Technologies

Headwaters Regional Development Commission .... $20,000 For the Ingenuity Frontier Project

White Earth Land Recovery Project ..........................$25,000 For the White Earth Land Recovery Program, with its program Native Harvest, to enhance the value for reservation produced natural resources.

Training and Nonprofit Excellence Grants support youth leadership training, community collaboration efforts, and nonprofit technical assistance. Total: $20,742

Individual Effectiveness Headwaters RDC ...........................................................$2,500 For Neighborworks affordable housing training Thief River Falls Education Fund.................................$2,390 For Denise Laymon to attend the 29th Annual Institute for Healthcare Philanthropy.



Natural Resources Promotion and Preservation City of Crookston ........................................................$15,000 For the Red River Valley Bird Observatory feasibility study for a Bird Observatory/Nature Visitor Center in the city or nearby. Northwest Minnesota Foundation..............................$25,000 For the Healthy Lakes and Rivers Partnership Program to build the capacity of local citizens to develop and implement lake or river management plans.


Grants continued… Red Lake Watershed District ......................................$17,500 For the Clearwater River Watershed Initiative to help restore river channels, manage commercial wild rice effluents and reduce impacts of runoff from agriculture lands and small cities. The Nature Conservancy, Minnesota Chapter .......... $25,000 For conservation monitoring at Glacial Ridge and Tallgrass Aspen Parkland. U of M - Crookston ........................................................$5,000 Planning and Development of an Interdisciplinary Center for Sustainable Development at the U of M Crookston For planning and development of an interdisciplinary center for sustainable development at the U of M Crookston

Component Fund Grants are recommended by local advisory committees. The Component Funds have the capacity to make disbursements from endowment earnings or from specific project funds, distributed upon approval by the NMF board of directors. Total: $340,583 Backstrom Family Charitable Fund Marshall County ECI Fund .......................................... $1,000

Bagley Childhood Initiative Fund Bagley ECI .....................................................................$1,620 Clearwater County Nursing Service ...............................$150 Clearwater Library Foundation ....................................$1,000 Wee Care Children’s Center ............................................$845

Bagley Education Endowment and Project Bagley General Scholarship Fund Bagley Area Education Fund (4 awards) .....................$2,900 Ricke Roemer Memorial Scholarship .............................$600 Jorgenson Family Memorial Scholarship ......................$500

Bemidji Area Arts Endowment & Project Fund Bemidji Community Theater Fund Bemidji Community Theatre .........................................$5,000

Frederick Marshall Fund Headwaters School of Music & Arts ........................... $1,000

Bemidji Area Public Library Foundation Bemidji Public Library ..................................................$1,500

Hazel I Shimmin Endowment Fund

Ruth Stenerson Project Support Fund Bemidji Public Library ..................................................$1,500

Bemidji Lumberjack Foundation Fund Meritcare Clinic Bemidji ..................................................$500

All School Reunion Bemidji Area School Dist #31 .......................................$9,657

First National Bank Lumberjack Bonspiel Bemidji Area School Dist #31 .......................................$4,978

English - Anderson Ken K. Thompson Jewelry.............................................. $250

General Scholarship Beltrami Electric Scholarship .........................................$500 National Honor Society (Rural Cellular Corp.) $500 Paul Bunyan Telephone ...................................................$500 General Scholarship ........................................................$500 Beltrami Electric Scholarship .........................................$500 George Pelawa/Calgary Flames Scholarship ............. $1,000 First National Bank Scholarship .....................................$500 Rick Lee Scholarship ..................................................... $100

McClure Heidi Bitzer McClure Fund ............................................$1,250

Music - Campbell Pat Campbell Scholarship ...............................................$300

Sagedahl Des Sagedahl Scholarship ............................................. $500

Security Bank USA Lumberjack Scramble Bemidji Area School Dist #31 .....................................$31,253

John F. Breen Scholarship Fund Scholarship ...................................................................$1,000

Ray F. Breen Scholarship Fund Scholarships (2) ............................................................$2,000

Troy Nelson Memorial “Character” Scholarship Fund Scholarship ....................................................................$2,000

Blackduck Area Community Fund Academic and Character Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$500

Bemidji Public Library .................................................$1,000

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Grants continued‌ Bridges Therapy and Rehabilitation Fund Bridges Medical Services _______________________ $1,189

Heartland Christian Academy Fund Heartland Christian Academy ___________________$3,785

Clearwater Health Care Fund Clearwater County Memorial Hospital .........................$1,797

CHS Hospice Family Room Project Fund ............ $35,300 CHS Greensview Care Center Fund Greensview Health Care Center programs (3) ............ $6,735

CHS Hospice Fund

Julie Holmquist Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$750

Kittson Memorial Healthcare Center Foundation Fund Kittson Memorial Healthcare Center .......................... $1,393

Laporte Education Endowment Fund

For Hospice programs and events. (6) ......................$10,515

Scholarships (3) ............................................................$1,500 Laporte School District (2)...............................................$700

Crookston Early Childhood Initiative Fund

Laporte-Benedict VFW Scholarship Fund

Northwestern Mental Health Center ...............................$200

Scholarship .......................................................................$250

District #593 (Crookston) Education Fund

Tonia Johannsen Memorial Fund

District #593 Education Foundation ........................... $4,737

Deeper Life Bible Camp ...................................................$100 Memorial Scholarships (3) ...........................................$1,375 Laporte School District ....................................................$536

East Polk County Fair Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$500

Fosston Education Foundation Endowment Fund

Laporte School/Community Playground Fund Laporte School Playground Project .........................$28,874

Fosston Community Library & Arts Assoc ...................$855 Fosston School District ................................................$1,510 Fosston Education Foundation Scholarship .............. $1,500

Leonard J. Kucera Memorial Scholarship Fund

McNelly Family Vocational Scholarship Fund

Mahnomen Education Endowment and Project Fund

Scholarship ...................................................................... $300

Jim Miller Memorial Math Scholarship Fund Scholarship ......................................................................$300

LuVerne Trogstad Scholarship Fund Scholarships (2) ..........................................................$10,000

Vikan Scholarship Fund Scholarship ......................................................................$400

Fosston Livestock Shipping Assoc. Fund Scholarship ....................................................................... $150

Fosston 21st Century Fund City of Fosston ............................................................$30,000 Fosston Community Library & Arts Assoc. ................ $1,278

Greater Bemidji Outdoor Foundation Fund Bemidji Area Cross Country Ski Club .........................$2,500



Scholarships (2) ............................................................$2,000

American Legion Scholarships (4) ..............................$1,750 Bejou Rough Riders Snowmobile Club Scholarship (2) ..............................................................$1,000 General Scholarship ...................................................... $250 D&G Lounge Scholarship ................................................$500 Mahnomen Education Fund Scholarship .......................$500

Gen. Ike and Maj. Bruce Isaacson Scholarship Fund Scholarships (2) ...............................................................$750

Leslie Hanson Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$500

Milton Hockel Natural Resources Scholarship Fund Scholarship ......................................................................$750

Major Robert Olson Fund Memorial Scholarship ...................................................$1,000


Grants continued… Nick Peterson Memorial Fund

Joseph Schneider Scholarship Fund

Scholarship .......................................................................$100

Scholarship .......................................................................$125

North Valley Health Center Endowment Fund

Warren-Alvarado-Oslo Education Foundation Lyle H Engelstad Scholarship Fund

North Valley Health Center patient call system ........ $18,117

Northwest Minnesota Women’s Fund

Scholarships (5) ............................................................$5,000

Bemidji State University Political Science students .. $1,000 White Earth Land Recovery Project Leadership ...... $1,000

Myron and Margaret Carlson Scholarship Fund

Ole and Ruth Tweet Family Fund

Roseau Area Community Fund Roseau Area Education Fund

Northwest Service Cooperative – Eating Disorders ..... $500 Occupational Development Center -Sensory Garden ................................................................$500 Thief River Falls Schools --Restore LandmarkSeating............................................................................$1,300

Park Rapids Early Childhood Initiative Fund District 309 Community Education ............................$16,000 Mahube Community Council (2)...................................$1,150

Ruth Edevold Excellence Endowment Fund Evergreen House Endowment Fund ............................$1,000 Fosston 21st Century Fund ......................................... $1,000 Mahnomen Health Center Fund ...................................$1,000 Park Rapids School District School Forest Project ... $1,000 Bemidji Area School District #31 – art supplies and kiln ......................................................$1,800

Thief River Falls Early Childhood Initiative Fund Thief River Falls Child Care Association ....................$2,200 Thief River Falls School District .....................................$500

William A. and Eloise E. Nelson Fund Meritcare Clinic Bemidji ...................................................$250

Red Lake Falls Education Endowment Fund Kris Fontaine Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$500

Lester Norris Dale, MD Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$400

Roseau Area Community Fund Roseau Area Education Fund Roseau School District #682 ...........................................$714

Bruce Wiskow Memorial Fund

Scholarship .......................................................................$500

Roseau School District #682 ...........................................$714

Warren Senior Center Endowment Fund Warren Senior Citizens Club -- Kitchen Equipment ... $1,000

Warroad Area Community Fund Warroad Early Childhood Initiative Fund Warroad Early Childhood Initiative Fall Feats ............ $3,750 Warroad School Readiness Scholarship Fund ......... $20,000 Warroad School Readiness Transportation ..............$10,000

Warroad Education Endowment Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$500 Warroad High School Band Equipment ......................$4,195 Farmers Union Oil Company Scholarship ..................... $500 Presidential Freedom Scholarship .................................$500

Gaylord A. Gunderson Education and Scholarship Fund Scholarships (3) ............................................................$1,500 Warroad High School -- Sewing Machines .................. $2,500

Edward and Agnes Brandli Scholarship Fund Scholarships (2) ...............................................................$400

Jennifer Grove Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship .........................................................................250

Justin Knebel Memorial Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$500

Katie Jo Olafson Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarships (3) ..............................................................$750

Nick Moyer Memorial Scholarship Fund Scholarship .......................................................................$250

Scholarships (4) ............................................................$2,000

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Contributors

Gifts Received From July 1, 2004 Through June 30, 2005

Circle of Vision Leadership Society Arnold F. Lund Sr.

is the first member of the Circle of Vision Leadership Society, awarded for his contributions to the Northwest Minnesota Foundation, a component fund or program. In this capacity, Lund is the initial individual donor, not associated with another foundation or organization, who has reached a giving level of $1,000,000 or more.

Circle of Vision The Circle of Vision was established to recognize those people who see the possibilities of tomorrow by acting today; who believe in their communities and share of themselves and their resources. In 2005,

Employees of Team Industries-Team Foundation and Helleckson Family/Courage

Center North, joined the Circle of Vision as individuals or a family who have made a gift, planned gift, or will bequest of $100,000 or more in direct support of NMF or any of its component funds.

Past Circle of Vision Honorees: H.C.”Bill” Baer, Jr. and Jessie Baer Frances Drivold Lyle H. Engelstad Robert F. and Marian Foley Gaylord Gunderson Estate Mark and Peg Hewitt Leonard J. and Rosemond Kucera Arnold F. Lund, Sr. Eldor and Stella Omdahl Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians Elsie Semrau Ole and Ruth Tweet

2005 Contributors: Jim Aakhus Carole and James Abels Ada Beltrami Coop Michael and Kristine Adams Agassiz Insurance Group Agassiz Study Club

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AgCountry Farm Credit Services of Fargo Bob and Becky Agnew Wayne and Karen Ahmann Patricia Alberg Rita Albrecht Alvarado Bean Co American Family Insurance American Federal Bank of Crookston American Federal Bank of Fosston American National Bank American State Bank of Grygla AmeriPride Linen Ken and Marilyn Ames Jeannine Amon Anderson,Niebuhr & Associates, Inc. Gary Anderson Jeanette Anderson Mavis Anderson Tom Anderson JoAnn Andringa Anonymous Aqua-Therm Richard Arntzen Arvig Enterprises, Inc Sandra Aune Rodney Austin

Robert and Gloria Aylesworth Ethel A. Backstrom Jay and Lin Backstrom Bagley Garden Club Bagley High School Area Scholarship Fund Bagley High School Auxiliary Fund Bagley School Dist #162 Gary W. Bahnmiller Mike Bahnmiller Raymond W. Ball Floyd Balstad Farm Bank of the West Warren Bardwell Ann Batchelder Jerry Sveen and Phyllis Baukol BBRZ, Inc. Mike and Cindy Beaudry Gretchen Beito Richard and Josephine Beitzel Bejou Rough Riders Beltrami Electric Cooperative Beltrami Insurance Group Steve and Shirley Beltz Bemidji Ambulance Service Bemidji Area Library Foundation Bemidji Area School Dist #31


Contributors continued… Bemidji Chamber of Commerce Bemidji Co-Op Assoc. Bemidji Communications Bemidji First City Lions Club Bemidji Lions Club Bemidji Lumberjack Foundation, ISD#31 Bemidji Medical Equipment Bemidji Mercantile The Bemidji Rotary Club Bemidji Sports Centre City of Bemidji Jerry and Kathleen Benedix Paul & Julie Bengtson Linda Bentson Nick Berg Bergeson Nursery Eric Bergeson Karol and Sandra Berglind Berglund Heating & Sheet Metal Bessler Bros Electric Cindy Bigger Verna Bjerk Diane and Rick Blair Bruce and Linda Blanchard Blandin Foundation Debra Boardman Gary and Vicki Boekelheide Bonanza Steakhouse Winifred Boorman Max and Beverly Boyer Braun’s Red River Agency, LTD. Dan Brehmer CPA Bremer Bank of Brandon Bremer Bank of Breckenridge Bremer Bank of Warren Otto Bremer Foundation Bremer Investments John or Margaret Bressler Lourene Brichnac Bridges Medical Services Foundation Bromelkamp Co John and Barbra Brooks Jr Bernice Bruggeman Gwen Bruns Kent and Cindy Bruun Kathryn and Ted Burger Burggraf’s Ace Hardware Burkel Grain Service, Inc Buuck Family Foundation C & M Ford Sales, Inc Harriet Cafaro Nellie Cameron James and Maria Carlson Katherine Carlson Shannon and Julie Carlson Steven and Joyce Caspers Cease Family Funeral Home Centennial National Bank Center for Reducing Rural Violence

Clark Chambers Lance Chambers Charles & Barbara Champlin Charles Apiaries Rhonda and Mitchell Charles Heidi Heap-Chester and G. Gregory Chester John and Betty Chevalier Carol Christensen Troy and Jill Christenson Christian Community of Bemidji Emma Christian CHS Salol Elevators Citizens State Bank of Roseau Class of 1984 Mark Claussen Clearbrook Ag Service Clearbrook Dental Clinic, LTD. Clearwater Health Services Clearwater Health Services Aux Clearwater Lutheran Church Women Clearwater-Polk Electric Co-op Phyllis Clemenson Arvid and Alene Clementson Coca Cola Bottling Co Coldwell Banker Shirley Colligan Wag and Alice Collins Community Bank of the Red River Valley Community Bank of Warren The Community Development Trust, LP Compass Capital Management Inc Computer Programs and Systems, INC Judy Comstock Dorothy and Thomas Cooper Joseph Corcoran Joseph and Karen Corcoran Doris and Derald Cordes Corner Coin Laundry Sydney A. Corrigan Janis Cota Susan and Harold Cotant Dale and Bonnie Cote Countryside Tire Peggy Crandall Kathy Cross Cry of the Loon Lodge Bonnie Cudmore Culligan Water Conditioning Cumberland Middle School Connie Curb Cyber Q D & D Commodities D & G Lounge D & R Grocery Mary Ann Dahl Edna Dahlke Dairyland Veterniary Service, LTD Dakota Clinic Ann & Stan Daley

DANA Corporation Winnie DauSchmidt Susan Davidson Richard and Ann Day Tim and Kathy Deal Dean’s Country Market II Deb’s Floral & Gifts Harry and Matilda Defreaz Del Sol Tanning Marion B. Dessert Hjordis V Dille Dondelinger Cheverolet, Buick Carolyn Dondelinger Bonita Donnay Laurie Donnay Patrick and Lori Donnay Doug’s Supermarket Dr. Joy’s Dental Clinic Dan and Michele Dreyer Marvin Dreyer Roy and Joan Dufault Dutch Mill Motel & Video Dwayne Young, Inc. Eagle Printing East Ottertail County Agassiz Leaders Kathryn Eastman Penny Echternach Susan Eck Education of MN- Mahnomen Byron and Carolyn Eeg Alf and Verna Eide Einyck Family Victor and Doris Eiynck Enbridge Pipelines L.L.C. Karen Engelsgaard Bonnie and Richard Engen Eric Myhra Ford, Inc Brian G and Lynn M Erickson Don and Carol Erickson Tammy Erickson Evergreen Implement Co Faith Circle Faith Lutheran Church Women Lois and Gale Falk Eleanor and John Fallgren The Family of Irene Theis Mrs. Todd Farber Farmer’s Co-op Ag Service of Greenbush Farmers and Merchants State Bank Farmers Elevator Co. of Alvarado Farmers State Bank of Hoffman Farmers Union Oil Co of Roseau Farmers Union Oil Co. of Grygla Farmers Union Oil Co. of Oslo Farmers Union Oil Company Farmers Union Oil of Southern Valley Elizabeth Fedor S. Jeanette Ferrie Esther Fieldman






Contributors continued… Vivian Finke First Federal Bank First National Agency Bagley, Inc. First National Bank First National Bank of Bagley First National Bank of Bemidji First National Bank of Bemidji Fndn First National Bank of McIntosh First National Bank of Walker First State Bank of Clearbrook First State Bank of Kensington Bill and JoAnn Foley Elizabeth Foley Robert F. Foley Robert J and Mary Foley Scott Foley Kip and Sheila Fontaine Sandra and Keith Fontaine Forseman Construction William Forseth Jean Forshee Ross Fortier Lynn Fossen Fosston Implement Co Kathleen A. Fredell DeeGee Frenzel Harold M. Fruetel William Fulton James and Teresa Galloway Doris Gangelhoff Don Garber Garden Valley Telephone Co JoAnn Gardner Kathleen Gardner Connie Gasper Kevin Geerdes Thomas Gendron Genex Farm Systems Mary Gerbracht John Gilbertson Brent and Gayle Gish Darlene Goins Gold Pine Home Gonvick Annual Fund Drive Good Shepherd Lutheran WELCA Grant - Traverse County Greater Twin Cities United Way Bonnie Jean Green Greenbush Vet Clinic Bobbie Greiner Kathy Grell Patricia Grimes Sharon Gritzmacher Denise Grussing Jon and Bonnie Hagen Stephen and Susan Hagen Craig and Marlys Halfmann Halstad Elevator Co. Inc Donald and Faye Hammer

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Bruce and Aase Hamnes Neil and Leona Hand Marion Handy Jeanne Hanse Ethel Hanson Ethel and Harley Hanson Lyle Hanson Michael and Linda Hanson Norma Hanson Vernae and Mike Hasbargen James Hatch MD Curtis Haugen Keith and Debra Haugen Duane Hayes Elaine Hazard Headwaters RDC Headwaters Regional Finance Corporation Sarah Healy Heartland Equipment Heartland Homes, Inc Carter and Florence Hedeen Marilyn Heltzer Suzann Hendricks Nancy Michael and Julie Hendrickson John R and Dinah Heneman Edith Herington Norma Hesby Mark and Peg Hewitt Hill’s Plumbing & Heating Charles B Hiller The Hilliard Corporation Ryan Hockstedle Hoffman Co-op Grain Association Justin Holmgren Alice Holz John and Judy Honer Dr. Richard J. Hook Susan Hoosier Jody Horntvedt Stanley Horwich Jack and Linda Hoss Ritch and Kelly Houge Kari Howe Merril Thiel and Ruth Howe Wanda Hoyum David Hubbard Myrtie Hunt John and Catherine Huss Dennis and Kathy Huwe Independent School Dist No. 2311 Yvonne and George Ingalls Insurance Placement Service Olav and Betsey Isane Island Foundation Marlys Jackson Francine Jacobs Marion Janikowski Calvin and Cleo Johannsen John and Vanessa Johannsen

Tim Johannsen John’s Backhoe Service Arlene Johnson Christopher H. Johnson Clark Johnson David George Johnson Dean and Sharon Johnson Elman Johnson Joy E Johnson Peg and Sam Johnson Timothy and Shelli Johnson Virginia Johnson Marshall Johnston Johannas Jordan Sandra Kamnikar Karen Kappedal Keith and Charles Kapphahn Garth and Colleen Kaste Gloria Kaste Marlin and Sandy Kaul Keenan’s Cabinets of Distinction, Inc. Kelliher Housing Development Patricia and William Kelly Kentucky Fried Chicken Frances Kiefer Dennis and Diana Kihlstadius Ronald and Lana Kivi Kiwanis Club Barb Kjolhaug David and Mary Ellen Kjos Susan Klabo Sherri Klasen Stacy Klema Kleven Ford Linda Kline Frances Knable Mrs. Virgle Knable Kneable Timber Mark Knebel Bea Knodel Pat Knoer Kohl’s Resort Ardith Olson Kolstad Kraus-Anderson Construction Co Jerry Kruger Ardis Kyker Franklin and Diane Labadie Lake Region Bone & Joint Surgeon, Inc. Lake Region Electric Coop Lakeshore Electric, Inc. Eugene Lam Lampert’s Cabinets, Inc Sharon Lanctot Janet Lang Paula and Keith Lang C. F. and Jean Langdon Laporte Basketball Booster Club Laporte Gas & Service Laporte-Benedict Lions Club Larson Farms


Contributors continued… Amaretta Larson Lloyd B. Larson Lyle Lauber Larry Laudon Kim Lavine Evelyn Leach League of Women Voters-RoMaFH Art and Judith Lee Leech Lake Lumber Co., Inc. Rodney Lofthus Alice Longtin Tom Lord Wanda Lord Lucachick Architecture, Inc. Gladys B Luecken Elaine Lueders Arnold F Lund Sr Charlene Lundin Lutheran Brotherhood M & M Insurance Agency, INC. M2M International La Rae Maddox Mahnomen Public School Mahube Community Council Kenneth Maki Melvin Malbraaten Roger and Sandy Malm Adren Mann Judy Marmorine Sather Marshall County Crop Susan I. Marvin MasTec Therese McBride Sylvia McCollum The McKnight Foundation Amy McMahon Joyce McNelly Michael and Carra McNelly Paul and Sue McNelly Gladys M Meade Alfred and Gail Melting Louise Mengelkoch Karen Mergens Sherry Mergens MeritCare Carol Merriman Gloria Merschman Hennie Merseth Kathleen Meyer Mickelson Auctions Pat Mickelson Mid-Central Equipment, Inc Miller, McDonald, Erickson & Moller James P and Shirley Miller Tabetha Miller Tom and Marilyn Miller Carol Milowski Minn-Kota Ag Products The Minneapolis Foundation

Minnesota Housing Partnership Minnesota Red River Valley Dev. Assoc. Minnesota Timberwolves Molly Miron Peter and Durayne Mitby Traci Mitterling Morell’s Chippewa Trade Post Diane Morey M.C. and V. Morgan Ingvald and Mabel Mortenson Mary and David Moyer Bruce Muckala Charles H. Casey and Barbara J. Muesing Murphy’s IBA Sales & Service Bill Murray Michelle Nash Charles Naylor Robert S Naylor William Naylor ND AFP George W Neilson Foundation Carol Neisen Jane Nelson Jeff Nelson Myrtle Nelson Warren and Marlene Nelson William and Eloise Nelson Netzer Floral & Greenhouse Andrew and Anna Nistler Mr. and Mrs. Edward Noga Norbord Minnesota Jay Nord Robert and Amber Nord The Family of John Norman Nortech Systems, Inc. North Country Dental North Country Health Services Foundation North Country Snowmobile Club North Star Publishing Northern Farmers Co-op Exchg Northern Irrigation Contractors, Inc Northern Psychological Service Northern State Bank of Gonvick Northland Foundation Northway Insurance Services Inc Northwest Community Bank of Plummer Northwest Grain Northwoods Bank of Minnesota Northwoods Log Homes Inc Occupational Development Center Earl and Bonnie Ockenga Heidi Ogden Oklee Farmers Co-op Elevator Oklee Lumber Olson-Schwartz Funeral Home Janet H. Olson Victor and Deb Olson Wallace H. Olson Jodie Omang

Eldor and Stella Omdahl June Ordal Raymond Ordner Osseo Lions’s Club Foundation Inc. John and Eloise Ostrem Otter Tail Power Company Ken and Joyce Otto Our Saviors WELCA Paradis Mail Service, Inc. Lori Paris Park Rapids Activities & Ed Fdn Fund Park Region Mutual Telephone Co Parkview Club Pat Knoer Insurance Paul Bunyan Mini Storage Paul Bunyan Rural Telephone Cooperative Sybil Pearson Pennington County Crop Improvement Performance Realty Jim Pernau Roger and Agnetta Person Bob and Mary Lou Peters Peterson Sheet Metal Lisa and John Peterson Richard Peterson Selene Phillips Pinecrest Dairy Farm Lawrence Krantz and Diane Pittman PKM Electric Coop Plummer CO-OP Creamery Don Pohl Tom and Eva Pohl Dr. Kurt and Kathleen Possai Potlatch Lumber Mill Leonore Potter Melinda and Randy Prachar Prairie Implement Inc Prairie Lakes Coop Verna Pratt Precision Partners, Inc Pro-Ag Farmers Cooperative Peter and Erica Prow Pauline Purath Paul and Carrie Raddatz Allan and Joan Randt Ray Christian Farms RBC, Dain Rauscher Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians DNR Red Lake County Cooperative, Inc. Red Power International, Inc Red River Grain Company Red River State Bank Erick Reeber Dr Guy and Cathy Reich Reierson Construction Robert Reinhbold Mary Ann Reitmeir Jeff and Ingrid Remick Gerald and Carla Ricard




Contributors continued… Roseau County Coop Roseau County Farmers General Agency Roseau Electric Coop Roseau Farm Service Roseau Lions Club Roseau Realty Co., Inc. Pat Rosenbrock Terri and Mark Rothschadl Irvin and Ardith Rotto Darcy Rude Paul Rundell Runestone Telephone Association Rita Russell Douglas Ruud Rosie Rygh Colleen J. Sacks Dennis Sagedahl Flavia Sagedahl Samhold W.E.L.C.A. Anne Sand Carol Sanders Truman and Avis Sandland Gary Satre Gary and Kristine Satre Elizabeth Sauer Lillian Sauer Jeff and Kathy Scheving Steven and Shelley Schoeneck Dean and Nettie Schultz Nancy Schwartz Polly Keith Scotland James and Kathryn Scott Security Bank USA Security State Bank of Oklee Security State Bank of Warroad Roberta Sellon Seven-Up-Pepsi Cola Bottling Company Shorequest LLC Carl and Lavon Shumate Paul and Sharon Shuster Colleen Shannon and Marty Sieve Mrs. Lelander J. Simon Peter and Delores Sinclair Ilene Sistad Robert Soderman Daniel and Judith Somrock Carol Sorensen Gloria Sovick Elizabeth Spigarelli St. Andrews by The Lake Episcopal Church Cliff and Gladys Stadem Stanius Johnson Architects Start Green Nordic James Steenerson Deborah Steinbar Danyelle Steinbring Stember Chiropractic, P.C. Eva Stengel Bonnie Stewart

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Bonnie and Mike Stewart Dale Stillwell Mychal Stittsworth Vicki StrandHeather and Gordon Streiff Mary Stroozas Subway of Walker Susan Sutton Vicki Svedarsky Svingen, Hagstrom, Karkela, Cline & Dirk Robert and Muriel Swanson Thomas and Bonnie Swanson Cathy Swenson Richard Tarte Jean M. Tate Team Foundation Elizabeth Teiken Thibert’s Chevrolet Thomas-Dennis Funeral Home, Inc Phil Thompson & Assoc., Inc Thompson Hardware Kim Thompson Bradley and Myrna Thorson Wayne & Bev Thorson Thrivent Financial for Lutherans Bob and Sandy Tichy Douglas and Donna Tischer Mr and Mrs Mac Tobkin Joanne Torfin Triangle Tire Sales and Auto Services Leora Trontvedt Caryl Turnow Ole and Ruth Tweet Kathy Twite Ultima Bank of MN Ellsworth Underwood United Building Center Unity Bank North Universal Hospital Services, Inc. Upper Red Lake Area Association, Inc. US Small Business Administration Varsity Island Properties Inc. Larry and Linda Vatnsdal Gwen Verchota Julie Verworn Rose Vesely Laporte-Benedict VFW #8754 Viking Garage Door Co. Gloria Vorderbruggen Jeffrey Wade Walker Rental Wallace Upholstery Robert Waller Dale Waltz Tim and Mary Wang WAO Education Foundation Warren Senior Center Fund Warroad Chiropractic Clinic, P.A. Warroad Memorial Arena Association Warroad PTSA

Warroad School Dist #690 Rose Weber Rebecca and Ivan Weir Robert J. Welle Tom and Paulette Welle West Central Cattlemen’s Association West Central Dairy Supply West Central Initiative Dave and Candace West White Bros. Logging Neil Widner Annette Wilder Sylvia Wildgen Gregg and MaryAnne Wilimek Jay and Geri Wilimek Shep Wilimek Dr. Bruce and Judy Wilson Jeff Wilson Scott and Kim Wilson Elnora Winter Wesley Winter Bud Woodard Dawn Woodard William and Patricia Woods Stephen R. Young Dale Zaiser Zepper Dairy Pierre and Doris Zothman


Component Funds Community Service Funds

"AGLEY%ARLY#HILDHOOD)NITIATIVE&UND "ELTRAMI(UMANE3OCIETY&UND 2ALPHAND2UTH3HOEMATE&UND "EMIDJI7ATERFRONT 0AULAND"ABE-AINTENANCE&UND #LEARWATER#OUNTY(UMANE3OCIETY&UND #ROOKSTON%ARLY#HILDHOOD)NITIATIVE&UND 4HE%VERGREEN(OUSE&UND &OSSTONST#ENTURY%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT&UND &OUR3EASONS3ENIOR#ENTER%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT &UND (EARTLAND(OMES%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT&UND (EADWATERS2EGIONAL$EVELOPMENT#OMMISSION ,EADERSHIP&UND (EADWATERS5NITARIAN5NIVERSALIST&ELLOWSHIP&UND +INSHIPOF0ARK2APIDS&UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS#OUNTY(UMANE3OCIETY %NDOWMENT&UND -ARSHALL#OUNTY%ARLY#HILDHOOD)NITIATIVE&UND .ORTH"ORDER)NTERFAITH#OALITION&UND /04)/.3%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT&UND 0ARK2APIDS%ARLY#HILDHOOD)NITIATIVE&UND 3ENIOR4RUST&UNDOF"ELTRAMI#OUNTY +ELLIHER!REA3ENIORS&UND 4HIEF2IVER&ALLS%ARLY#HILDHOOD)NITIATIVE&UND 7ARREN3ENIOR#ENTER%NDOWMENT&UND 7%% #ARE#HILDRENS#ENTER&UND"AGLEY

Community Funds

"LACKDUCK!REA#OMMUNITY&UND "LACKDUCK3CHOLARSHIP&UND 'REENBUSH!REA#OMMUNITY&UND -AHNOMEN!REA#OMMUNITY&UND -AHNOMEN(EALTH#ARE&UND 2ED,AKE"ANDOF#HIPPEWA)NDIANS#OMMUNITY&UND 2ED,AKE"ANDOF#HIPPEWA%DUCATION&UND 2ED,AKE"ANDOF#HIPPEWA)NDIANS2ENEWAL AND2ECOVERY&UND 9OUTH)NITIATIVE&UND 2OSEAU!REA#OMMUNITY%DUCATION&UND -ARIAN&OLEY-EMORIAL&UND -ARVIN,A2UE-EMORIAL&UND *OSEPH3CHNEIDER-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP "RUCE7ISKOW-EMORIAL&UND

7ARROAD!REA#OMMUNITY&UND 7ARROAD%ARLY#HILDHOOD)NITIATIVE&UND 7ARROAD%DUCATION&UND %DWARDAND!GNES"RANDLI3CHOLARSHIP&UND "ETTY"AHNMILLER-EMORIAL&UND &ARMERS5NION/IL#O3CHOLARSHIP&UND *ENNIFER'ROVE-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 'AYLORD'UNDERSON-EMORIAL&UND ,EE(AFDAHL-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP !NNAND,ES(ENDERSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND *USTIN+NEBEL-EMORIAL&UND .ICK-OYER-EMORIALAND3CHOLARSHIP&UND 0ATRICK/$ONNELL-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND +ATIE*O/LAFSON-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP 7HITE%ARTH2ESERVATION!REA#OMMUNITY&UND

Cultural Funds

"ELTRAMI#OUNTY(ISTORICAL3OCIETY%NDOWMENT&UND "EMIDJI!REA!RTS%NDOWMENT&UND "EMIDJI#OMMUNITY!RTS#OUNCIL&UND "EMIDJI#OMMUNITY4HEATER&UND %VERETT7ILIMEK%NDOWMENTFOR6IOLIN3TUDIES &RED-ARSHALL&UNDFORTHE(EADWATERS3CHOOLOF -USICANDTHE!RTS .ORTH3TAR!RTS&UND "EMIDJI!REA0UBLIC,IBRARY&OUNDATION%NDOWMENT &UND "EMIDJI!REA0UBLIC,IBRARY-URAL&UND $OROTHY"REEN&UNDFORTHE6ISUALLY)MPAIRED (AZEL)3HIMMIN%NDOWMENT&UND 2UTH3TEENERSON0ROJECT3UPPORT&UND #LEARBROOK 'ONVICK0ERFORMING!RTS&UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS#OUNTY(ISTORICAL3OCIETY %NDOWMENT&UND 2OSEAU#OUNTY(ISTORICAL3OCIETY%NDOWMENT&UND 4WO2IVERS!REA4HEATRE%NDOWMENT AND3CHOLARSHIP&UND

Economic Development Funds

)NGENUITY&RONTIER&UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS!REA)NDUSTRIAL$EVELOPMENT &UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS)NDUSTRIAL0ARK&UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS2EVOLVING,OAN&UND 0ARK2APIDS2EVOLVING,OAN&UND




Education Funds

"AGLEY%DUCATION%NDOWMENT0ROJECT&UND "AGLEY4ECHNOLOGY!DVANCEMENT&UND "AGLEY!REA3CHOLARSHIP&UND "AGLEY+IDS))!UDITORIUM&UND "EMIDJI,UMBERJACK&OUNDATION&UND !LL3CHOOL2EUNION&UND "ONSPIEL&UND *OHN&"REEN3CHOLARSHIP&UND 2AY"REEN3CHOLARSHIP&UND !MY!NDERSON%NGLISH&UND &OOD3ERVICE&UND "UNAND!LVERA&ORTIER3CHOLARSHIP&UND 4OM'ARDNER-EMORIAL&UND 'ENERAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 2ICK,EE-EMORIAL&UND (EIDI"ITZER-C#LURE-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 0AT#AMPBELL3TRING&UND *OE0LUMMER-USIC&UND "UCK2OBINS3CHOLARSHIP&UND $ES3AGEDAHL3CHOLARSHIP&UND ,UMBERJACK3CRAMBLE&UND 4ROY.ELSON-EMORIAL#HARACTER3CHOLARSHIP&UND +%h2EDv7ILSON!THLETIC&UND 2UTH3HANNON7ILSON3CHOLARSHIPIN-USIC&UND #LEARBROOK 'ONVICK%DUCATION%NDOWMENT AND0ROJECT&UND 0LAYGROUND&UND 4HORBECK&IELD&UND $ISTRICT%DUCATION&OUNDATION%NDOWMENT&UND &RANCES$RIVOLD3PECIAL%DUCATION&UND %AST0OLK#OUNTY&AIR3CHOLARSHIP &OSSTON%DUCATION&OUNDATION&UND #AMERON"ADUREK-EMORIAL&UND $EAN#LEMENTSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND &OSSTON,IVESTOCK3HIPPING!SSOC!NIMAL3CIENCE &UND $EAN*OYCE-C.ELLY6OCATIONAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND *IM-ILLER-EMORIAL-ATH3CHOLARSHIP&UND ,U6ERNE4ROGSTAD%DUCATIONAND3CHOLARSHIP&UND 7ILMA&RANKLIN6IKAN3CHOLARSHIP&UND (EARTLAND#HRISTIAN!CADEMY%NDOWMENT&UND *ULIE(OLMQUIST-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND ,EONARD*AND2OSEMOND+UCERA-EMORIAL 3CHOLARSHIP&UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS)NDUSTRIAL$EVELOPMENT #ORPORATION3CHOLARSHIP&UND ,AKEOFTHE7OODS3TUDENT)NTERN&UND

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,APORTE%DUCATION&UND ,APORTE "ENEDICT6&73CHOLARSHIP&UND 4ONIA*OHANNSEN-EMORIAL&UND #OMMUNITY0LAYGROUND&UND -AHNOMEN%DUCATION&UND 'ENERAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND ,ES(ANSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND -ILTON(OCKEL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 'EN)KEAND-AJ"RUCE)SAACSON 3CHOLARSHIP&UND 4RACK&UND 0ARK2APIDS%DUCATION!CTIVITIES&OUNDATION&UND .ICK0ETERSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND 2ED,AKE&ALLS%DUCATION&UND 2ICHARD"RESNAHAN,EADERSHIPINTHE!RTS&UND ,ESTER.ORRIS$ALE -$3CHOLARSHIP&UND +RIS&ONTAINE3CHOLARSHIP&UND +YLE!-YHRE-EMORIAL&UND 2ED,AKE"ANDOF#HIPPEWA%DUCATION&UND 3T-ARYS-ISSION3CHOOL%NDOWMENT0ROJECT&UND *AMESAND3YLVIA3ANDE3CHOLARSHIP&UND -IKE3TAPLES-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 4WO2IVERS!REA4HEATRE%NDOWMENT 0ROJECTAND 3CHOLARSHIP&UND 7ARREN !LVARADO /SLO%DUCATION&OUNDATION ,YLE(%NGELSTAD3CHOLARSHIP&UND -YRONAND-ARGARET#ARLSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND -USIC!DVANCEMENT&UND ,UTHER9OUNGGREN-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 0ARK2APIDS%DUCATION!CTIVITIES&OUNDATION&UND .ICK0ETERSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND 2ED,AKE&ALLS%DUCATION&UND 2ICHARD"RESNAHAN,EADERSHIPINTHE!RTS&UND ,ESTER.ORRIS$ALE -$3CHOLARSHIP&UND +RIS&ONTAINE3CHOLARSHIP&UND +YLE!-YRHRE-EMORIAL&UND 3T-ARYS-ISSION3CHOOL%NDOWMENT0ROJECT&UND *AMESAND3YLVIA3ANDE3CHOLARSHIP&UND -IKE3TAPLES-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND 4WO2IVERS!REA4HEATRE%NDOWMENT 0ROJECTAND 3CHOLARSHIP&UND 7ARREN !LVARADO /SLO%DUCATION&OUNDATION ,YLE(%NGELSTAD3CHOLARSHIP&UND -YRONAND-ARGARET#ARLSON3CHOLARSHIP&UND -USIC!DVANCEMENT&UND ,UTHER9OUNGGREN-EMORIAL3CHOLARSHIP&UND


Environment and Recreation Funds

"EMIDJI!REA0ARKSAND4RAILS%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT &UND "IG"OG3TATE2ECREATION!REA%NDOWMENT0ROJECT &UND 'IZIIBII2ESOURCE#ONSERVATIONAND$EVELOPMENT&UND 'REATER"EMIDJI/UTDOOR&OUNDATION /MDAHL%NVIRONMENT#ONSERVATION&UND 2YDELL2EFUGE%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT&UND

+ITTSON-EMORIAL(EALTHCARE#ENTER&OUNDATION&UND .ORTH6ALLEY(EALTH#ENTER%NDOWMENT&UND 2OSEAU!REA(OSPITALAND(OMES(EALTH#ARE&UND -AGGI!DAMS-EDICAL%QUIPMENT&UND 2OSEAU!REA(OSPITAL(OMES(OSPICE&UND 3HELTERING/AKS-ANOR&UND

Donor Advised Funds

!NONYMOUS "ACKSTROM&AMILY#HARITABLE&UND "AER&AMILY&UND 2UTH%DEVOLD%NDOWMENTFOR%XCELLENCE (EWITT&AMILY#HARITABLE&UND -EADE&AMILY&UND 7ILLIAM!AND%LOISE%.ELSON&UND /JA&AMILY&UND -AJOR2OBERT/LSON-EMORIAL&UND 2ONGEN&AMILY&UND /LEAND2UTH4WEET&AMILY&UND

Health Care Funds

"RIDGES-EDICAL3ERVICES&OUNDATION #LEARWATER#OUNTY!REA(EALTH#ARE&UND #LEARWATER(EALTH3ERVICES#ANCER3CREENING&UND #LEARWATER%MERGENCY3ERVICES&UND #OURAGE#ENTER0ROGRAMSAND#AMPS&UND &IRST#ARE(OSPICE%NDOWMENT&UND &IRST#ARE-EDICAL3ERVICES&OUNDATION 'REENSVIEW#ARE#ENTER0ET4HERAPY&UND 'REENSVIEW%NDOWMENTAND0ROJECT&UND (OSPICE%NDOWMENT0ROJECT&UND (OSPICE&AMILY2OOM&UND +ELLIHER!REA(EALTH#ARE&UND

Regional Funds/Programs

2ED2IVER6ALLEY%MERGING,EADERSHIP&UND .ORTHWEST-INNESOTA7OMENS&UND




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