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May
29
Friday at 5:00 PM
Learn effective skills for parenting young children, ages birth-5 yrs, and have fun while meeting other parents at - Active Parenting: First Five Years. This video and discussion based program will be held online via ZOOM on Tuesday evenings from 6-8 pm, June 2nd, 9th & 16th. This series of classes is FREE and presented by the Parent & Family Resource Center Region 2. E-mail holly.arnold@ndsu.edu to register. Please register by May 29th - spots are limited.
Jun
01
Monday at 11:00 PM
The North Dakota State Library has partnered with libraries across the state to provide a virtual Statewide Summer Reading Kickoff via Facebook. The event will run from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm daily the week of June 1, and will feature crafts, activities, and Storytime from some of your favorite librarians.

"We are excited to offer a Virtual Statewide Summer Reading Kickoff during the week of June 1-5 and look forward to sharing more details in the near future once the details are worked out," says State Librarian Mary Soucie.

More information will be announced on the State Library's Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NDStateLibrary)
Jun
01
Monday at 11:00 PM
While on patrol this summer, Minot Police Officers will be looking for kids wearing helmets. If caught, a child may find themselves making a trip to a local Dairy Queen restaurant. As part of AAA's "I Got Caught" campaign, as many as 12,000 North Dakota youth will be written a 'citation' for a free small DQ cone for wearing a helmet while biking, skateboarding or in-line skating.

According to a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study, helmets reduced overall head injuries by about 60 percent and reduced fatalities by about 73 percent. The study also found that law enforcement and other safety officials can reinforce the need to wear a helmet through positive interactions such as free or discounted helmet distribution programs and incentives for helmet use.
Jun
02
Tuesday at 8:30 AM
The City of Minot Fire Department is conducting its annual fire hydrant quality assurance program with hydrant testing scheduled for Tuesday mornings between 8:30 a.m. and Noon.

This year, the program consists of inspecting and flowing fire hydrants west of Broadway and north of Central Avenue. National fire standards recommend these tests to insure hydrants are in proper working order in case they are needed in an emergency.

When hydrants are flowed, iron deposits in the water lines are stirred up, which can cause a brown discoloration in the water. This condition is temporary and will correct itself in a few hours. On the days when hydrants are flowed, residents are recommended to let their cold water run for a short time to make sure it's clear before using it. The water is safe to drink, but it is recommended residents do not wash any white clothes on mornings when the hydrants are flushed. Also said it's best to limit the use of hot water until it runs clear to help stop iron deposits from settling into your water heater.

The locations of the areas being tested each week will be listed on the City of Minot's website at www.minotnd.org. If residents have questions or concerns, please contact the Minot Water De-partment at 857-4150 or the Minot Fire Department at 857-4740.
Jun
02
Tuesday at 11:00 PM
Vitalant, the nation's largest nonprofit, independent blood collector, serving as the sole blood provider to nearly 70 hospitals across the Dakotas and western Minnesota, has declared a critical shortage of blood as supplies have been significantly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Shelter-in-place orders led to more than 400 blood drives cancelled since early March in our region alone, resulting in a loss of more than 9,000 uncollected blood donations. That, coupled with a resumption of surgeries and other medical procedures as stay-at-home restrictions were lifted, has caused a 25% increase in the need for blood during the past several weeks.

All blood types are critically needed right now, with an especially high need for type O, A-negative and B-negative red blood cells. In addition, platelets are always needed by patients for cancer treatments, surgeries and emergencies. Because of its short shelf life—only 5 days—the supply of platelets must be continually replenished.

Donors are strongly urged to give blood as soon as possible by going online to vitalant.org or calling 877-258-4825 (877-25-VITAL).
Jun
06
Saturday at 8:00 AM
Surrey City Wide Rummage Sale will be held on Saturday, June 6th. Applications forms available by calling the Surrey City Hall 701-852-4154. Sale flyers will available at Karma Convenience Store on day of sale. Please call city hall if you have questions. See you there.
Jun
09
Tuesday at 12:15 PM
Thank you for your patience and understanding during these COVID-19 times. Recognizing the ongoing uncertainty this pandemic is causing, our Minot Christian Women's Planning Team has recently made the tough decision to cancel our Tuesday, June 9th Luncheon at the Grand. Our highest priority is the health and well being of you our precious guests. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers, as we look forward to welcoming each of you, to our future luncheons.



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