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The Minnesota Marine Art Museum shared its plans for the next three years on community engagement and growing artwork for the galleries.
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First-year of elective street medicine program wraps up with plans to continue building on student-led effort hosted by Zumbro Valley Medical Society.
Three nonprofit organizations in southeastern Minnesota received funding from the Department of Employment and Economic Development.
Operation Round Up is made possible by members who round up their monthly electric bill to the nearest dollar.

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The Rochester event will take place Tuesday, May 10, 2022, from noon to 5:30 p.m. at the Rochester branch at 3482 55th St. NW.
"This Seed Money campaign was created to recognize these people because giving to those who already give so much for our community we hope will only inspire and help further grow communities for the future," the bank stated on its website.
Brighter Tomorrows and Olmsted County Master Gardener volunteers taught kids with cancer and childhood cancer survivors how to pot plants and made crafts to give to mom.
After a donation drive Saturday, the Rochester Salvation Army has received more than $17,000 in food donations and hopes to keep its food shelves filled until the end of 2022.
While there is no blood shortage in Olmsted County, the need remains constant and ongoing.
Food prices keep rising everywhere, and Hy-Vee has launched a fundraiser to make sure food banks across their service areas don't have their shelves going bare with Food Bank Fridays.

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Family Service Rochester program is one of 200 chosen to participate in online voting
Bear Creek Development Center is creating six units to house homeless veterans on former Crossroads Bible College campus
Combined effort will fill gap as The Landing works to open its own day center in former pawn shop building

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