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A Night of Possibilities was a Success!

We raised over $21,000 thanks to our sponsors and those who came to the event!

Thank you to the sponsors  of the 2017 Night of Possibilities. Gate City Bank. First International Bank and Trust. Theroldson Ethanol. Bremer Bank. TrueIT. Midco. H2M. Cass County Electric. Consolidated Communications. Alerus. FSW.

Check out the fun we all had during A Night of Possibilities 2017. The event’s program was emceed by WDAY’s news anchor Kerstin Kealy and included a silent auction, live auction, raffle, and more!

If you missed the event this year, don’t worry – we’ll be back next year in fall of 2018 with an even BIGGER and BETTER event!

If you would like to contribute to the Possibilities Grant you can donate at https://impactgiveback.org/app/#/charity/353

Table of people celebrating because they won a raffle ticket item. Room full of people at Mezzaluna. Room full of people at Mezzaluna. People submitting bids at a silent auction.
Kirsten Kealy and Tami Ternes laughing.

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