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Thrivent has added to the Freedom Defenders Veterans Memorial Board's benefit for the Minnesota Families Assistance Center, headed by Tabitha Steinmetz, who is headquartered at the Bemidji Armory. Donna Kimmes, Beltrami County finance director for Thrivent, presents Steinmetz with a check for $1,300, which includes Thrivent's contribution. Behind them are, from left, Lee Coe of the Freedom Defenders Veterans Memorial Board, Deny Shingler, first vice president of the Blackduck American Legion Post 372, an...

Thrivent helps Freedom Defenders Veterans Memorial

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Thrivent has added to the Freedom Defenders Veterans Memorial Board's benefit for the Minnesota Families Assistance Center, headed by Tabitha Steinmetz, who is headquartered at the Bemidji Armory. Donna Kimmes, Beltrami County finance director for Thrivent, presents Steinmetz with a check for $1,300, which includes Thrivent's contribution. Behind them are, from left, Lee Coe of the Freedom Defenders Veterans Memorial Board, Deny Shingler, first vice president of the Blackduck American Legion Post 372, and Bruce Malterud, Larry Houg and Ken Donahue of the Freedom Defenders Veterans Memorial Board. Submitted Photo

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