by Mary Siverson Recent events in this area have brought attention to volunteerism and the need for communities to have large pools of volunteers ready to assist, whatever the challenge. During the 2011 Flood in Central North Dakota, volunteers played a major role in preparation, response, and on-going recovery activities. […]
Audrey Herman, RN – a Slice of Inspiration
If you have visited the Medcenter One Same Day Surgery Center, you may recognize Audrey Herman, or at least the sound of her voice. Her distinct voice and personality are a great combination that help make her patients comfortable.
by Pam Vukelic Kids grow up and have lives of their own. Holidays aren’t as predictable as they once were. But that doesn’t have to mean you can’t keep traditions alive. Perhaps I should have suspected something was up when our daughter, Meredith, invited us to a home-cooked meal at […]
45 Years of Volunteering and Fundraising
by Deb Seminary In Mary Tello-Pool’s basement are two file cabinets dedicated to every event she has worked on since the 1970s. “I can go back to a Holiday Home Walk from 1984, tell you what the theme was, who the chairs were, even what food we had,” she said. […]
My Three Kings
By Rhonda Gowen Christmas has a way of sneaking up on you — even in February. Last year, my son Evan, his two confirmation classmates and I went to Pride Manchester House for a service project. The three boys, Evan, Nick and Bryce, met at our church to prepare eight […]
Volunteers Make the Zoo Go Around!
By Terry Lincoln, Dakota Zoo Director Since its inception 50 years ago, the Dakota Zoo has relied heavily on volunteers in virtually all areas of operation. Many early supporters spent countless hours clearing brush and making the 90 acres of Zoo land habitable for the animals to come. Whether it […]
Betsy Dalrymple – Volunteering Across North Dakota
by Deb Seminary Growing up just outside of Detroit, Michigan, North Dakota’s First Lady Betsy Dalrymple learned early in life how to make a difference in her community. “My father was a lawyer and my mother was a stay-at-home mom. She did volunteer work and really encouraged me,” she said. […]
Healthy Holiday Decadence
The Healthy Holiday Decadence article can be read here. The Pumpkin Panna Cotta Recipe we promised from the December/January issue follows: Pumpkin Panna Cotta Yields 6 4-ounce servings 1 1/2 cups milk 1 envelope (2 1/2 teaspoons) unflavored gelatin 1 cup heavy cream (or low-fat half & half for a […]
Second Annual 'Who Inspires You' Contest
We are excited to announce the second annual “Who Inspires You” contest! We received so many heart-warming, inspiring entries last year, we can’t wait to read more! Details are included in the new December/January issue of Inspired Woman and you can also find them here.
Building Connections Through Bible Study
by Tina Ding Women seeking deeper relationships with Jesus Christ or simply wanting to connect with other Christian women come together at Women’s Bible Studies. Hungry to learn more about God’s Word or to worship outside of a regular church service; ready to learn, pray and experience fellowship in an […]