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The Pamida Foundation donated $750 to Evergreen House for the Kinship North Program, which matches kids who could use some solid adult influence with adult mentors who spend time with them each week. Specifically, the grant will help with expenses of mentor recruitment and training. Bradley Godwin, right, resource development director at Evergreen house, accepted the donation from Chris Kirby, local Pamida manager, and Barb Zierke, office specialist. Submitted Photo

Pamida Foundation donates to Kinship North

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Pamida Foundation donates to Kinship North
Bemidji Minnesota P.O. Box 455 56619

The Pamida Foundation donated $750 to Evergreen House for the Kinship North Program, which matches kids who could use some solid adult influence with adult mentors who spend time with them each week. Specifically, the grant will help with expenses of mentor recruitment and training. Bradley Godwin, right, resource development director at Evergreen house, accepted the donation from Chris Kirby, local Pamida manager, and Barb Zierke, office specialist. Submitted Photo

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