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Faces: Scholarship winners and donations

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Emily Nygren, of Duluth, graduated from the University of New Hampshire in December. She earned a master's degree in Community Development Policy Practice.

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater announced the following scholarship recipients receiving financial awards for the 2021-22 academic year.

  • Hailey Marshall, of Solon Springs, who is studying general business, won the General Merit Scholarship.
  • Natalie Prochazka, of Superior, who is studying psychology, won the Faculty-Staff Endowment.

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Willow River Area School staff shoppers fill five full carts of goodies that were purchased, wrapped and delivered in time for the adopted families' holiday celebrations.
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Willow River Area School staff members donated over $1,500 to the Annual Adopt-a-Family Committee during December. The committee was able to provide gifts for six of their school district families. Pictured are the shoppers with the five full carts of goodies that were purchased, wrapped and delivered in time for the adopted families' holiday celebrations.

The Knights of Columbus Chisholm Council 3539 successfully completed its coat drive. The coats that were collected were brought to the Chisholm Food Shelf in Chisholm and the Salvation Army in Hibbing. Grand Knight Jedediah Holewa was reminded of the need for the coats and the Chisholm Food Shelf in Chisholm and the Salvation Army in Hibbing showed their appreciation to the Knights of Columbus Chisholm Council 3539 for bringing in the coats to them.

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