Media Contacts

The Village is home to experts on a wide range of topics, including mental health, family dynamics, business organization, youth mentoring, chemical addiction and more. To arrange an interview with someone at The Village, please contact:


Sherri Hashbarger, Director of Marketing and Communications
shashbarger@thevillagefamily.org
701-451-4934 (o); 701-799-7451 (c)


Press Releases
 

3/3/2017
FARGO – Bowl for Kids’ Sake, an annual fundraising event supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters, will be held at 3:30 and 9:30 p.m. Friday, March 3, and Friday, March 10, at West Acres Bowl, 3402 Interstate Blvd., Fargo.
1/31/2017
Mike Kaspari, agency director for First Step Recovery, visited with Scott Hennen on AM 1100 The Flag about the program and how donations to First Step on Giving Hearts Day help families affected by addiction.
1/18/2017
ST. CLOUD, Minn. – Girls 360º Group, a program of The Village Family Service Center in St. Cloud, has received a $2,250 grant from the Women's Fund of the Central Minnesota Community Foundation. The grant will be used by the agency to provide an eight-week session of Girls 360º Group.
1/16/2017
FARGO – Nokomis Child Care Centers, a program of The Village Family Service Center, received a $1,488 grant from the William and Anna Jane Schlossman Fund of the FM Area Foundation. The grant will be used for general support.
1/12/2017
Adoption Option, a program of The Village Family Service Center and Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota, will hold informational adoption meetings at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Fargo and Bismarck.
1/3/2017
ST. CLOUD, Minn. – A therapy group for teen girls who have experienced trauma is forming in the St. Cloud community. Project Hope promotes healing and increases self-empowerment among young women ages 12 to 18. It is being offered by The Village Family Service Center, and will begin meeting Jan. 10.
12/21/2016
GRAND FORKS, N.D. – The Village Family Service Center has received $4,000 in grant support from the Myra Foundation. The funds will be used to update furniture in its multi-purpose conference room to better serve clients and improve staff trainings.
12/21/2016
Our friends at Touchmark at Harwood Groves Retirement Community stopped by today to give gifts to the Nokomis kids! We're so grateful for the wonderful relationship between Nokomis and Touchmark!
12/21/2016
FARGO – Nokomis Child Care Centers, a program of The Village Family Service Center, received a $5,000 grant from the U.S. Bank Foundation. The funds will be used to provide additional learning opportunities for the children by allowing them to attend cultural and community events.
12/20/2016
Christmas came early for our Nokomis Kids! ABATE of North Dakota hosted a toy drive to benefit Nokomis Child Care Centers, and collected enough toys for each child at both centers to get two presents! We are so grateful to Marg Hohnadel and all the ABATE members for their hard work. You've made the holidays that much merrier for these kids. Thank you!
12/2/2016
WILLISTON, N.D. – The Village Family Service Center, a 125-year-old nonprofit with 20 locations in North Dakota and Minnesota, is now offering counseling services in Williston.
10/26/2016
Hornbacher’s raised $2,000 for The Village Family Service Center in Grand Forks through its “Cherries for Charity” event, July 13-19.
10/12/2016
Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center awarded grant from Cass County Electric’s SERVE Foundation
10/12/2016
Girls 360º Group, a program of The Village Family Service Center in Grand Forks, has received a $3,000 grant from the Community Foundation of Grand Forks, East Grand Forks and Region, Women’s Fund. The grant will be used by the agency to provide a seven-week session of Girls 360º Group in 2017.
10/4/2016
The Village Family Service Center and Record Keepers, LLC, will offer document shredding and hard drive disposal from 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Oct. 4 at The Village (1201 25th St. S., Fargo).
10/3/2016
The Village Family Service Center will host a proclamation reading at 10:15 a.m. Oct. 3 at The Village (1201 25th St. S., Fargo). Sgt. Timothy A. Briggeman of the Cass County Sheriff’s Office and Village Financial Resource Center Program Manager Josh Huffman will be available at the reading to answer questions about protecting against identity theft.
9/30/2016
The Village Family Service Center in Minot has received a $1,400 grant from Verendrye Electric Trust’s Operation Round Up. The funds will be used to purchase additional security cameras for The Village’s Supervised Parenting Time and Child Exchange program.
9/30/2016
The Village Family Service Center in Grand Forks has received a $2,000 grant from the Victor and Nina Cranley Trust. The funds will be used to support pregnancy counseling throughout the Grand Forks region.
9/28/2016
Nationally-known speaker and author William C. Moyers will share details about his own addiction experience and the need to remove the stigma of addiction when he delivers his keynote address at 7:30 p.m., September 28, at the Avalon Events Center in Fargo.
9/26/2016
The Village Family Service Center board of directors announced today that Doug Vang has been selected as The Village’s new president and CEO. Vang will succeed outgoing President and CEO Gary Wolsky, who has been at the helm of the organization for 34 years.
9/7/2016
The annual “Roots & Wings” social and dinner begins at 4:15 p.m., Sept. 7, at the Ramada Plaza Suites in Fargo. “Roots & Wings” is a gathering of alumni who lived with us during the days when The Village Family Service Center was an orphanage. Some of the individuals who lived at the orphanage arrived via the famous “orphan trains.”
8/18/2016
Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) is celebrating 50 years in Fargo-Moorhead in 2016! And, to say “thank you,” we’re hosting a community ice cream social and “Lemonade for Littles” event from noon-3 p.m., Aug. 18, at The Village Family Service Center (1201 25th St. S., in Fargo).
8/2/2016
Congressman Kevin Cramer will speak about the drug and addiction problem and other issues facing today’s families in a press conference at 2:30 p.m., Aug. 5, at The Village Family Service Center, 1201 25th St. S., Fargo.
7/29/2016
Hall of Fame long-distance runner Dick Beardsley will be on hand for a “Run for Recovery,” while nationally-known recovery advocate William C. Moyers will deliver a community keynote during “Recovery Month” in September in Fargo. Both events are hosted by First Step Recovery.
6/6/2016
Gary Wolsky has announced that he will step down as President and CEO of The Village Family Service Center after leading the Fargo-based social service organization for over 30 years. Wolsky, 68, will transition to a new role with The Village, becoming President of The Children’s Village Family Service Foundation.
5/18/2016
Hornbacher’s Foods announced a donation of $42,520 to the local Big Brothers Big Sisters program as part of the 2016 “Bowl For Kids’ Sake” fundraising effort.
4/2/2016
Big Brothers Big Sisters, a program of The Village Family Service Center, has received a $1,900 grant from Midco Foundation to help defray the cost of their program management software.
3/30/2016
Chuck E. Cheese’s in Fargo (1202 Nodak Dr, Fargo) will host “Little Big Night Out” from 3 to 9 p.m. March 31. When patrons mention Big Brothers Big Sisters, 15% of their total bill will go to the local Big Brothers Big Sisters program (Please state this when ordering!). Chuck E. Cheese’s is a national partner of Big Brothers Big Sisters, and we are thrilled that they are partnering with our local agency
3/28/2016
The Village Family Service Center has been awarded a grant from the Newfield Foundation to support behavioral health services in the Williston Basin. We greatly appreciate the support of the Newfield Foundation in helping us fulfill our mission to improve the
3/4/2016
This year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake (BFKS) is March 4, 11, and 18. For this annual event, businesses and individuals in the FM community raise tens of thousands of dollars for Big Brothers Big Sisters and then head out to one of the BFKS events for an afternoon or evening of pizza, bowling, and fun.
2/17/2016
With its largest fundraiser of the year just around the corner, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fargo-Moorhead is celebrating its 50th anniversary in the community.
1/5/2016
The Village Family Service Center in St. Cloud has promoted Kristie Majette and Jill Theisen to the position of clinical supervisor.
2/9/2017
First Step Recovery is partnering with Dunn Brothers Coffee in Fargo for Giving Hearts Day. On Feb. 9, First Step staff and volunteers will be on site to accept donations at the Dunn Brothers shops at 1895 45th St. S. and 1310 25th St. S., Fargo.
12/6/2016
Fargo, N.D. – The Village Family Service Center will host an adoption information meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6 in The Village’s main office in Fargo (1201 25th St. S.).
12/5/2016
FARGO – Every quarter and dollar played at Fargo Pinball this weekend will be donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fargo-Moorhead. The local business is hosting its first ever Fargo Pinball Holiday Charity Tournament, and opening its doors to the public to play.
11/16/2016
FARGO – Hundreds of nonprofit supporters – and wine lovers – will gather Friday, Nov. 18, at Fargo’s Holiday Inn for the 10th annual FM Wine & Dine. The event has raised nearly $750,000 over the past decade for Nokomis Child Care Centers and Big Brothers Big Sisters, two programs that strengthen the lives of children in the community.
10/27/2016
The community is invited to the Big Brothers Big Sisters 50th Anniversary Breakfast at 7:15 a.m. Oct. 27 at the Plains Art Museum, 704 1st Ave. N., Fargo.
12/19/2015
Hall of fame long-distance runner, author, and Minnesota native Dick Beardsley will share the story of his successful battle against an addiction to painkillers when he speaks at 5:30 p.m., Dec. 30, at First Step Recovery in Fargo.
9/11/2015
First Step Recovery and The Village will sponsor a free screening of the film on Sept. 24, 7 p.m., at The Fargo Theatre. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion on addiction.
9/1/2015
The Village Family Service Center in Bismarck will offer a six-week Parenting the Love and Logic Way workshop beginning September 15, 2015, 6-7:30 p.m., at the Jeannette Myhre Elementary School Library.
2/5/2015
Disputes about money management can begin as early as the first date, but they become lethal to relationships when they go unaddressed. Financial counselors at The Village Financial Resource Center recommend these guidelines for couples.
1/22/2015
Escape the diet/binge/overeat cycle and still lose weight through No More Diets!, a support group of The Village Family Service Center.
11/19/2014
Many people are entering the largest shopping season of the year financially ill-prepared. For some, the ghosts of Christmases past are still haunting them in the form of unmanageable credit card debt. For others, finding $800, the amount the National Retail Federation estimates that consumers will spend during the holidays this year, is seemingly beyond their reach.
10/6/2014
Anna Marie’s Alliance began a partnership with The Village Family Service Center to assist with the child component of their domestic abuse safety planning. Safety planning will be held at The Village’s St. Cloud office, and Village staff will participate by assessing the impact of domestic violence on children through the use of play assessments.
10/2/2014
Identity theft is a serious crime with a rising number of victims. To help people safeguard their personal information, The Village Financial Resource Center and Record Keepers, LLC, are sponsoring an identity theft awareness campaign.
8/1/2014
Financial counselors offer consumers a way out of overwhelming financial worries
6/23/2014
The Nationwide Leadership Council (NLC) named Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center a Quality Award Winner at last week’s Leadership Summit in Chicago.
5/7/2014
“Organizational Culture” is the first in a series of six webinars. It will be held June 12, 2014, 11 a.m. - noon.
3/12/2014
People may argue that overpaying Uncle Sam each pay period is the only way they can save, as their withholding has become a method of forced savings. However, that reasoning pales when stacked against the many benefits of having an accurate amount withheld from their check each pay period.
12/5/2013
Bob Stromberg and Brian Frank, co-chairs of FM Wine & Dine, recently reported that this year’s event raised over $100,000 for Nokomis Child Care Centers and Big Brothers Big Sisters, both programs of The Village Family Service Center.
12/4/2013
Alpha Tau Omega and Kappa Delta are holding their first annual walk-through Christmas play on December 11, 12, and 13 at the ATO Fraternity House. All proceeds will benefit Nokomis Child Care Centers of The Village.
11/22/2013
The Village Family Service Center (The Village) was recently re-accredited by the New York-based Council on Accreditation (COA).
11/12/2013
Americans can be generous—to a fault—and that character trait is never more evident than during the holiday shopping season.
10/15/2013
The Village's Alexandria office is moving to 4133 Iowa Street Suite 105, Alexandria(next to Apol’s Harley-Davidson store.
9/27/2013
In an effort to ensure that consumers achieve financial stability and reclaim their financial future, The Village Family Service Center is participating in the Sharpen Your Financial Focus™ program.
8/29/2013
Robbie Suppa, a Big Brother with Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center, was recently awarded the “Ben Marcus Humanitarian Award.”
8/21/2013
The Adoption Option, a partnership between The Village Family Service Center and Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota is holding a FREE informational meeting about adoption, Monday, September 16, 6:30 p.m., Calvary Lutheran Church, 1405 S. 9th St., Grand Forks, ND.
8/15/2013
Recent revisions of the North Dakota Child Care Assistance Sliding Fee Schedule will enable more working families (or those attending school) to qualify for help with child care tuition.
6/10/2013
Village financial counselors advise couples to talk before they walk the aisle.
6/7/2013
Luke Klefstad, regional director of The Village Family Service Center in Grand Forks, received the North Dakota Association of Nonprofit Organizations’ (NDANO) Emerging Leader Award during the Nonprofit Leadership Conference June 5 in Fargo.
5/7/2013
In a recent survey of people's opinions of their mother's personal finance skills, 67 percent saw their mother as either someone who is intimidated by money, views managing money as a necessary evil, or has never managed money.
3/14/2013
About a year after being paired with mentors, youth evaluated in a recent study —many of whom had multiple risk factors for delinquency, school failure, teen pregnancy and mental health problems — had fewer symptoms of depression. Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center provides children facing adversity, often those of single or low-income households or families where a parent is incarcerated or serving in the military, with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
3/13/2013
Millions of Americans celebrate receiving an income tax refund each year. Many of these same people live each month under the burden of financial hardship, struggling to make ends meet, often falling behind on living expenses and debt obligations.
3/4/2013
The Village Family Service Center received a grant from the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) Investor Education Foundation and United Way Worldwide to provide financial education classes and counseling to low-income single mothers, new Americans, and clients with a history of substance abuse.
2/22/2013
Since credit reports are the backbone of the all-important credit score, it is important to fully understand what a credit report is, what consumer protections are in place, and what actions can be taken if errors are found.
12/20/2012
The all-new gritty unscripted series, Teen Trouble, premiers December 28 on Lifetime, with a national campaign to support Big Brothers Big Sisters, a program proven to change the odds for youth who face adversity.
11/28/2012
To help consumers remain financially responsible during the holidays, financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center offer the following five reminders of the long-term consequences of over-spending, some of which can last far after the lights are taken down and the tinsel is packed away.
10/5/2012
Millions of people are victimized by identity theft each year, with ID theft remaining the top complaint to the Federal Trade Commission. Since prevention is the best answer to this growing problem, The Village Family Service Center will provide free document shredding, cell phone recycling, and hard drive destruction, which are open to the public and free of charge.
8/17/2012
As children prepare to head back to school, Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village Family Service Center issues a call to action to the community to Start Something to keep Fargo Moorhead area students on track to graduate.
7/31/2012
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently announced that it would soon begin examining credit reporting agencies to confirm, among other things, that they are producing accurate credit reports and that consumers have ample ability to dispute errors on their reports.
7/5/2012
In a recent poll, overspending far outweighed other financial concerns. Financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center (an NFCC member agency) offer the following 10 tips for turning financial regrets into financial wins.
6/22/2012
Rock City Riot presents Pork Fest on July 11, 2012, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., at the Texas Roadhouse. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of The Village.
6/13/2012
Dwight Schroeder, financial counselor at The Village Family Service Center, will participate in the Convoy of Hope outreach that will be held June 30, 2012, 10 a.m., in Moorhead. Schroeder will provide information regarding housing, tenant education and other financial issues addressed by Village financial counselors.
6/8/2012
The Village Family Service Center received a $3,500 grant from the Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation to support The Village’s Truancy Intervention Program (TIP.
5/7/2012
Tammy Hauck, David Dougherty, Nancy McKenzie and Becky Walen joined The Village board of directors at its Annual Board meeting last week. Two others, Carrie Bjorge and Richard Henderson, joined The Village board in November 2011.
5/7/2012
Are you having a tough time making your mortgage payments because you’re unemployed? While you’re looking for a new job—and before your savings are exhausted—find out about the options available to support you.
4/25/2012
On Thursday, April 26, 6 p.m., the St. Arnold’s Circle from First Lutheran Church will be installing raised gardens at Nokomis Child Care Center. The kids and teachers at Nokomis will use the new gardens to learn about gardening and how things grow.
4/18/2012
At its recent annual conference, the North Dakota Family Based Services Association (NDFBSA) honored The Village Family Service Center with two awards. The Program Award 2012 went to The Village’s Family Team Decision Making (FTDM) pilot program, and President’s Award 2012 went to Jim Martini, family based therapist in The Village’s Grand Forks office.
3/13/2012
The Village is offering “New Me,” a six-week group for men and women wanting to explore and improve their assertive communications skills and self-esteem. The group will be held Tuesday evenings beginning April 24, 6-8 p.m. at The Village’s Fargo office, 1201 25th St. S.
2/28/2012
“The Waterslide” by the late Brett A. Bodway is a story inspired by the author’s son, Grant, and takes young readers on an adventure into the world of summer camp
2/28/2012
A once every four-year phenomena of the calendar known as Leap Year is providing us with 24 extra hours this February 29. For some, the day will come and go with little to show for it. However, with a little forethought, people can use the extra hours to make a difference in their financial lives.
2/9/2012
By participating in Bowl for Kids' Sake 2012, you can help kids right here in the Fargo-Moorhead community.
2/9/2012
Cupid will likely try to convince shoppers to put their good financial judgment aside this Valentine’s Day, and instead don heart-shaped financial blinders when shopping for that special gift.
1/4/2012
National Foundation for Credit Counseling Poll Reveals Top Financial Resolutions
11/21/2011
Financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center offer tips on preparing for the largest shopping day of the year.
11/7/2011
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America (of which BBBS of The Village Family Service Center is a member) was named the #1 nonprofit in the nation for assisting at-risk youth by Philanthropedia.
10/28/2011
Halloween tricks or treats come along only once a year, but the consequences of financial decisions usually last far past the next spooky holiday. Options that seem good on the surface, if not handled properly, can have long-lasting negative consequences.
10/13/2011
Child identity theft is an example of one of the new ways crooks have found to wreck havoc in peoples lives, sometimes before they are even born
10/11/2011
The Village Family Service Center, in conjunction with the University of North Dakota School of Social Work and the North Dakota Department of Human Services, received a $1.5 million grant to reduce the number of foster care placements of Native American children (ages 0-18) in North Dakota.
10/5/2011
To help facilitate a positive conversation about financial issues, financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center recommend the following Do’s and Don’ts of a successful discussion.
10/5/2011
The Village Family Service Center and Record Keepers to Provide Free Document Shredding in Fargo and Bismarck
9/21/2011
The Village Family Service Center and Record Keepers to Provide Free Document Shredding in Fargo and Bismarck. Cell phone recycling and hard drive destruction will also be provided.
9/13/2011
The Village Family Service Center is offering On my Own: Journey to Independent Living, a group for young people that either have, or are suspected as having, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD). This free, grant-funded service will be offered at The Village Family Service Center's Moorhead office (1401 8th St. S.) to individuals 13 years and older who have not yet graduated from high school.
9/7/2011
According to the August poll hosted on the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) website, 89 percent of more than 2,900 respondents value paying down debt over saving money.
8/16/2011
The Adoption Option, a partnership between The Village Family Service Center and Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota is holding FREE informational meetings about adoption in Minot, Bismarck, Fargo and Grand Forks.
7/12/2011
Starting a new school year can be a stressful time for both parents and children. Start the year off right with these tips from counselors at The Village Family Service Center.
7/6/2011
Village Financial Counselor and student loan expert Duane Emmel says no matter how graduates are paying it off, the worst possible way to deal with student loan debt is to ignore it altogether.
6/30/2011
Today, The Village Family Service Center announced it has been selected by NeighborWorks America in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) to help promote and facilitate the Emergency Homeowners’ Loan Program (EHLP) in the states of North Dakota and Minnesota.
6/27/2011
If you are affected by any of the flooding in the region, take advantage of this great advice from Village financial counselors on how to deal with your finances during and after a disaster.
6/20/2011
Even with the best of intentions, work, family, and other obligations can take their toll over time and cause acute or chronic stress.
6/15/2011
Survey reveals definite lack of financial skills
6/8/2011
FEMA has projected a best case scenario of at least 7,000 displaced in Bismarck/Mandan. City leaders and local organizations met today to outline the services available for residents who have been, or expect to be, displaced by the flooding.
6/6/2011
About six months ago, three local families started The Forum’s Financial Fix-Up, a very public process to tune up or overhaul their personal money situations. The series of stories, which debuted in January, shared each couple’s financial challenges and goals, as well as the paths laid out for them after meeting with financial counselors from the Village Family Service Center in mid-December.
6/1/2011
Ever wonder what your kids are thinking about wild weather? Darrin Tonsfeldt, Director, In-office and Organizational Services, The Village Family Service Center, provides guidance for parents on how to best answer their children's questions about scary weather like tornadoes and the tragedies it can create.
5/31/2011
The Village's Bismarck office is in a state of flux right now due to flooding. Whether the office is open or closed may change from day to day according to the flooding and the state of the city. Before you drive to our Bismarck office for an appointment, please contact us toll free at 1-800-627-8220 to make sure the office is open.
5/23/2011
"Little Sister" Amber Hettwer, Fargo, was awarded a full four-year scholarship by the Annexstad Family Foundation. The foundation provides financial support for deserving students who have been matched through the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program.
4/8/2011
JAKE'S is holding a golf scramble to benefit The Village's Grand Forks office.
4/8/2011
The Friends of Nokomis are holding their annual Geranium Sale fundraiser for Nokomis Child Care Centers (a program of The Village Family Service Center).
4/7/2011
The Village Family Service Center, a member agency of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, Inc. (NFCC), has joined with the NFCC, Cintas Document Destruction, Equifax and other NFCC member agencies to host the Shred Your Debt contest.
3/30/2011
As North Dakotans and Minnesotans face the threat of a looming flood, many who lost their home and belongings in previous floods are already experiencing PTSD symptoms. These symptoms may or may not qualify for a clinical diagnosis of PTSD, but they are all very real and can impact a person’s life in a negative way. Learn more about PTSD.
3/15/2011
Financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center offer tips for managing your tax refund.
3/14/2011
Over 77,000 people received services through The Village Family Service Center in 2010.
3/4/2011
Predictions of another major flood have us all a little on edge as we wait to see what will happen this spring. Financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center remind consumers to prepare for disaster, and to make sure the plan includes financial readiness.
2/25/2011
For those who think financial stability is out of reach, certified financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center remind consumers that even if their current situation seems hopeless, there are steps they can take now that will put them in a better financial position.
2/2/2011
Consumers queried regarding their attitude toward "frugal fatigue," the weariness associated with long-term restricted spending.
1/3/2011
A new year typically brings with it a renewed commitment to become more financially stable. Toward that end, financial counselors at The Village Family Service Center offer consumers the following 12-step formula to financial success:
12/13/2010
Identity theft is a problem any time of the year. While consumers are focused on giving during the holidays, the crooks are focused on taking.
11/19/2010
As consumers hit the malls this holiday season, some are experienced shoppers, having weathered many years of finding just the right gift at just the right price. Nonetheless, whether novice or seasoned veteran, it’s always smart to arm yourself with timely shopping tips. Financial counselors at The Village Financial Resource Center remind consumers of five things not to do at the mall.
11/2/2010
According to the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC) October online poll, the overwhelming majority of consumers intend to pay for their holiday expenses with cash or a debit card. Seventy percent of more than 4,800 respondents chose this option over charging the expense or using a lay-away plan.
10/28/2010
The Fargo Moorhead Area Foundation Women’s Fund demonstrated its support for women in the community by granting $2,500 to Nokomis Child Care Centers.
10/25/2010
Halloween tricks or treats come along only once a year, but the consequences of financial decisions usually last far past the next spooky holiday.
10/19/2010
Jane Greminger, director of Nokomis Child Care Centers of The Village, and Becky Prestegaard, director of Nokomis II, received scholarships to undergo intensive training that will earn them Aim4Excellence child care center director credentials.