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Party In Oak Park, A Family Event

Minot Real Estate

National Marketing Realtors is proud to be one of four sponsors of

Party In The Park

An event organized to highlight Minot's Backpack Buddies program.

Backpack Buddies Party

The Backpack Buddies program started at Sunnyside Elementary School in Minot (where my Bride teaches). Teachers and parents concerned that some students coming to school on Monday were coming hungry because they had not eaten all weekend. Irregardless of why they were not being feed these loving teachers and parents wanted to be sure those children had something to eat over the weekend. The program quickly spread to all of the Minot elementary schools.

National Marketing Realtors is very proud to co-sponsor this event to bring awareness to the Backpack Buddies program along with Michael Buseth of the Michael Buseth Agency Farmers Insurance, Northern Tier Federal Credit Union, and Cartiva Automotive Dealership.

I sure hope you will stop by my Kiosk. We will have local Minot Real Estate information, prize drawings, free popcorn, and you can meet two young missionaries, ages 16 and 17, who are headed to Chile in November.

Minot Realtor



201 Main Street South, Suite 116

 Minot North Dakota 58701

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Comment balloon 8 commentsBob "RealMan" Timm • August 30 2016 06:40AM
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