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Holiday campaign runs through January, Angel Tree giveaway set for Saturday
As of now, the proposed budget includes $38.7 million in capital improvement projects, which entails the construction of a new groundwater storage tank, a handful of major improvements to the wastewater treatment plant and Lake Mitchell watershed improvements, to name a few of the more costly projects.
Funds to be put toward new facility.
Boxes limited to one per household

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Distribution part of Farmers to Families Food Box Program
The pandemic reduced animal-control efforts, exactly when COVID-stressed pet owners began to dump unwanted cats on street corners. The cats bred quickly, moving into backyards and looking for food.
As a way to help local businesses and nonprofits regain financial footing after the economic pressures over the last year, Forum Communications Co., will match dollar-for-dollar what those entities spend on new advertising campaigns through August. Matches can range from a minimum of $250 to a maximum of $10,000 during this four-month period.
Organization influential in early development of community
Distribution part of Farmers to Families Food Box Program
Detroit Lakes' Polar Fest celebration will not include fireworks, or an ice palace this year — but there is sure to be at least one celebrity sighting. Actor Josh Duhamel is scheduled to appear as a "Proxy Plunger" for the Boys & Girls Club's Polar Fest Plunge fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 13.

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Big Friend Little Friend program seeks adults to guide kids
An LSS blog post Friday, Jan. 15, states the decision was very much driven by the struggles of Lutheran Social Services Housing. LSS Housing, which started in 2009, drained reserves and projections indicated losses ahead.
Gift, food giveaway sees another successful year

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