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Sears donates to Beltrami Humane Society

The Sears Bemidji Hometown store presents a check for $400 to the Beltrami Humane Society. The donation is the result of customer support during the Save and Give Event. From left are Ronald Bodenheimer, store owner; Angie Laurain, Humane Society...

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The Sears Bemidji Hometown store presents a check for $400 to the Beltrami Humane Society. The donation is the result of customer support during the Save and Give Event. From left are Ronald Bodenheimer, store owner; Angie Laurain, Humane Society director; and Bonnie Mahan, store manager. Submitted Photo

The Sears Bemidji Hometown store presents a check for $400 to the Beltrami Humane Society. The donation is the result of customer support during the Save and Give Event. From left are Ronald Bodenheimer, store owner; Angie Laurain, Humane Society director; and Bonnie Mahan, store manager. Submitted Photo

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