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Iverson Drug donates to House of Hope

BEMIDJI - Employees of Iverson Corner Drug and Progressive Health Care chose not to have a company Christmas party and instead donated funds to a local charity.

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Iverson Drug employees present a $1,200 check to House of Hope in Bemidji. From left are Bernie Brennan, Mary Appleton, Michael Klinkhammer, Sarah Lutz, Jake Lindom, Kelli Christiansen, Robin Wold Executive Director of Hope House, Paul Iverson and Karen Johnson.
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BEMIDJI – Employees of Iverson Corner Drug and Progressive Health Care chose not to have a company Christmas party and instead donated funds to a local charity.

This year, they donated $1,200 to the House of Hope.
The House of Hope is a comprehensive community-based support program for people with serious and persistent mental illnesses.
In 2011, employees also bypassed a Christmas party in lieu of donating money to a local charity.

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