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United Way seeks nominations for Women United Tribute Awards

The United Way of Bemidji Area is seeking nominations for the Women United Tribute Awards for women who have used passion, expertise and resources to impact the Bemidji community.

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Women United Award winners in 2021 recipients were, from left, Riki Scheela, Cynthia Borgen, Ashlea McMartin, Robin Wold and Barb Houg.
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BEMIDJI — The United Way of Bemidji Area is seeking nominations for the Women United Tribute Awards for women who have used passion, expertise and resources to impact the Bemidji community.

The annual awards breakfast will be held from 8:30 to 10 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27, at Bemidji State University's Beaux Arts Ballroom, 1500 Birchmont Drive NE.

The event will highlight women who have made a difference in the Bemidji area by giving their time, talents and/or gifts, a release said.

All community members are encouraged to nominate a deserving woman in the Bemidji area.

Women United is a group of community-minded women who provide the opportunities and support it takes to build successful lives through United Way’s building blocks of health, education and basic needs, the release said.

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Nominations for awards will be accepted until at 5 p.m, on Oct. 1. The nomination form can be downloaded at www.UnitedWayBemidji.org/Women-United.

Completed nominations can be sent to Annie@UnitedWayBemidji.org or mailed to PO Box 27, Bemidji, 56619, attn: Women United.

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