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Walmart donated $1,500 to the Bemidji-Blackduck-Kelliher Thrive Initiative to purchase books to help children understand and manage their emotions. From left are Jean Christensen, Thrive Action Team manager; Danielle Grunz, Wal-Mart co-manager; and Holly Tri, Northwest Minnesota Foundation administrative assistant and Thrive member. Submitted Photo

Walmart helps Thrive Initiative purchase books for children

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The Bemidji-Blackduck-Kelliher Thrive Initiative recently received $1,500 from Walmart in Bemidji to purchase books written with the purpose of helping young children begin to understand and manage their emotions.

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