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Teacher students make gift to families
22 May 2008

Ronald McDonald House donation

SHARING GENEROUSLY: Students in the United Tribes Teacher Education Vocational Student Organization (TEVSO) contributed April 29 to the welfare of families. The group had conducted a number of successful fund-raisers during the year and wanted to share with a worthy cause that would potentially benefit children. They chose the Ronald McDonald House, Bismarck, which provides low-cost lodging to families with members age 18 and younger who are hospitalized. Their $200 contribution represented 20 nights of lodging for a family. Pictured with a Ronald McDonald statue from left: Shiela Netterville (Standing Rock), Rose Saddler (Chippewa Cree), Michelle Picotte (Yankton), and Yvonne Howling Wolf (Three Affiliated). TEVSO advisers are Cindy Balliet and Rhonda Breuer. United Tribes News photo.


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