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Elks National Foundation donates to Meals on Wheels

The Bemidji Meals on Wheels program recently received a $250 check from the Elks National Foundation. According to a press release, 600 Bemidji area families receive healthy meals each week at the Bemidji Senior Center or at their homes via deliv...

Pictured left to right are Joe Dunn, Past Exalted Ruler and local Bemidji Elks National Foundation Chairman; Jack St. Martin, Past State President; Sandi Malterud, Meals on Wheels site coordinator; and Bill Batchelder, Past Exalted Ruler. Submitted photo.
Pictured left to right are Joe Dunn, Past Exalted Ruler and local Bemidji Elks National Foundation Chairman; Jack St. Martin, Past State President; Sandi Malterud, Meals on Wheels site coordinator; and Bill Batchelder, Past Exalted Ruler. Submitted photo.

The Bemidji Meals on Wheels program recently received a $250 check from the Elks National Foundation. According to a press release, 600 Bemidji area families receive healthy meals each week at the Bemidji Senior Center or at their homes via deliveries.

For more information about receiving meals or volunteering for the organization, email or call Sandi Malterud at sandi.lssbemidji@gmail.com or (218) 444-3987. For more information on becoming a Bemidji Elks Lodge member, contact Joe Dunn at jdunn@paulbunyan.net .

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