With the Great River Rescue needing to temporarily close during the Covid-19 situation, Brandon Mustful sent out a plea for pet fostering or adoption so the many animals in the shelter would be cared for. Well, he was heard, and Mustful told Paul Bunyan Broadcasting’s Tom Lucas Wednesday that an overwhelming number of people either…
LIVING UNITED-The United Way Podcast: The United Way Emergency Fund Is Taking Applications…Denae Updates Us (AUDIO)
Denae Alamano and Kev Jackson talk United Way Emergency Fund and the amazing response we’re seeing from north country residents. Find out how you can apply if you are an agency, how you can donate and much more:
Community Resource Connections & United Way of the Bemidji Area have created a webpage with all the details of local non-profit agency changes due to Covid-19. It details changes to services, hours and new procedures due to coronavirus concerns and policies. Click HERE.
LIVING UNITED PODCAST: Denae Alamano On What The United Way & Its Partner Agencies Are Doing To Serve The Community As We Adjust To “The New Normal”
Denae Alamano & Kev Jackson discuss the United Way of Bemidji Area’s response to Covid-19 and the drastic changes to daily life. In addition, Denae updates what area agencies are doing to serve in an era of social distancing.
The Covid-19 pandemic has created a new normal that is not at all normal. With rapidly changing guidelines and directives from state and federal officials, the virus is wreaking havoc on people’s schedules, jobs and businesses. Bemidji Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Abby Randall and Kevin Johnson of “My Bemidji” joined forces to help area…
Featured photo: Dr. David Wilcox spoke to media Friday. As of Wednesday morning, there are still no cases of Covid-19 in Beltrami County, according to Dr. David Wilcox, who appeared on Paul Bunyan Broadcasting stations to discuss the continuing efforts to contain the coronavirus and “flatten the curve”. Wilcox, Sanford Bemidji’s Chief Medical officer, reiterated…
From The United Way Of The Bemidji Area: Responding to the coronavirus/COVID-19, the United Way of Bemidji Area has established an Emergency Fund to support local nonprofits with unexpected expenses. These funds will support access to food, emergency needs, and care to elderly/most vulnerable in our community.
Bemidji’s two showchoirs ended their competitive seasons with championship performances at Totino-Grace last weekend. Vocalmotive and La Voce Ballo both won championships in their respective categories.
250 supporters of the Boys & Girls Club of the Bemidji Area filled the Hampton Inn & Suite’s Conference Center Friday night for the organization’s annual “Evening Of Love For Our Kids” Gala.