The Sundre Sand & Gravel Community Corner

Does your nonprofit have a upcoming event? Email it now to MinotAreaPSA@iHeartMedia.com.

The Minot Police Department is excited to announce our "I Got Caught" program, which recognizes youth who are seen wearing safety helmets while riding their bikes, skateboards, scooters, or rollerblades. "Jar+Cone is generously providing free ice cream to children our officers spot wearing safety helmets this summer, further reinforcing our community's commitment to safety."

When it comes to our military families, the Minot Public School Foundation and iHeart Media Minot wants to help our local school age children ease the transition of their military mom or dad who may be gone on assignment, and with your help we can make that happen with a pillow like doll of their parent to hug, hold and to be there when their mom or dad can't be. To help with our "Hug A Hero" campaign visit the Minot public School Foundation at Two Fifteen Second Street to make a donation and to find out how you can help.

The Minot Car Seat Coalition will offer a FREE car seat check Thursday, May 23rd 11am to 2pm at the Minot Fire Station #1, 2111 10th St SW, Minot, ND. Appointments are required. Call First District Health Unit at 701.537.5190 to schedule.

Trained and certified child passenger safety technicians work with the public to ensure that the car seat is, right for your child, properly installed, in safe condition, not recalled or expired. You must schedule an appointment by calling First District Health Unit at 701.837.5190. Please allow 45 minutes/seat.

Join Minot parks and their park guide as they take you on a stroll on one of Minot's Trails. On each walk, we will highlight the different flora, fauna, and natural landscapes unique to each trail.

June 11 – Woodland Trail @ 6:00 pm

July 23 – Outdoor Family Recreation Area @ 6:00 pm 

Monday, May 27th don't miss the Annual Memorial Day Program 10:30am in the Veterans Section at Minot's Rosehill Cemetery. Hosted by Minot VFW post 753.

North Dakota residents who want to give fishing a try can fish for free June 1-2. That is the state’s free fishing weekend, when all residents 16 and older can fish any North Dakota water without a license. Residents 15 and younger do not need a fishing license at any time of year. The weekend provides a great opportunity to try fishing for the first time or take someone new.

Ladies, you are invited to a luncheon on Tuesday, June 11th, 12:15-2:00 pm, Grand Hotel, Minot, $17.00 inclusive. For reservations contact Darcy by Sunday evening at 263-7170 or minotchristianwomens@hotmail.com.- Trudy Hartman will be the soloist and Chad Gifford will share Highlights from the MSU Summer Theatre!


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