Boys and Girls Club
By Tina Snell, Staff Writer The New 2 You Thrift Store will soon be opened to the public. While the article in the Nov. 2 issue of the Morrison County Record  said the store would open in early November, that has been pushed back several weeks due to construction delays. Since the acquisition of t...Read More
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Wednesday, Froggy Nornberg of Froggy’s Signs and Graphics was able to Raise the bar on the thermometer measuring the progress toward the goal of raising $1 million to remodel the former IGA building in west Little Falls for the Boys and Girls Club. It’s taken a year to raise $820,000 and Bernie ...Read More
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By Terry Lehrke, News Editor Half of the top 10 stories for 2013 have their roots in stories that made the top 10 for 2012, including charges of murder, the passage of same-sex marriage legislation, a Little Falls resident’s fight with City Hall and the fate of the Central Minnesota Ethanol Co-op...Read More
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The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) Advisory Board in Little Falls got their hands dirty as they worked to clear out the former IGA building in west Little Falls, which will become the new home to the Club and to a thrift shop shared with Habitat for Humanity. Once the walls inside were demolished, volunt...Read More
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Council has to decide whether to accept the gift The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) has purchased the former Red Owl store building in west Little Falls and is currently renovating the building. The goal is for the doors to open in June 2014. Monday, Bernie Jeub, president of the Little Falls Advisory Bo...Read More
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Strong need for services, membership continues to grow by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer   The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) of Morrison County welcomed 13 youths on the day the doors opened in June 2009, in Little Falls. Today, the club has more than 500 members, serving upward of 100 members dai...Read More
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Morrison County non-profits keep money raised here By Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer     It’s time for United Way’s annual fundraising campaign, and area groups are finding ways to make it fun for donors. “Some businesses have incentives such as a ‘highest giver’ reserved parking ...Read More
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