LIVING UNITED and the stations of Paul Bunyan Broadcasting have been celebrating Women’s History Month with a weekly series on the Legendary Women of Beltrami County. On the latest podcast, Denae Alamano and Kev Jackson talk with two women who have worked very hard to make the lives of area people better. Sue Kringen discusses her journey of service through the decades and we hear from Rebecca Hoffman, who founded what is now Village of Hope, and is making a difference for the decades to come as the head of Bemidji State University’s Social Work Department.
“The Legendary Women of Beltrami County” is a joint production of Paul Bunyan Broadcasting, the United Way of Bemidji Area, Women United and the Beltrami County Historical Society and is presented by First National Bank Bemidji and North Homes. In addition to the podcasts, Larissa Donovan has been sharing the stories of many of Beltrami County’s trailblazers on KB101 and 95-5 KZY throughout the month as well as on Chatabout.
“The Legendary Women of Beltrami County” is also sponsored by the Bemidji Jaycees, Norenberg Tax and Consulting Services and Andrea Crandall American Family Insurance of Bemidji and Bagley. Listen to our latest episode with Sue and Rebecca: