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‘Being a normal kid’

March 31, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

For Langdon, N.D., 15-year-old, early prom is night away from cancer fightMorgan Hayes is preparing for prom like countless other teen girls this spring: finding a date, trying on dresses, picking out flowers and selecting styles for hairdos and manicures. But Morgan, 15, will attend prom earlier than most. Continue Reading

‘Overwhelming’ response to Ali Borgen silent auction

January 7, 2011 in Grand Forks Herald

Artwork, motel packages, handmade jewelry, Fighting Sioux hockey tickets more than 50 donated items will be auctioned off Sunday to benefit childhood cancer research at Ali Borgen’s “Celebration of a Lifetime.” Continue Reading

Raising hope for the children

July 29, 2010 in The Osakis Review

Linda Lieser isn’t your typical pageant contestant.
Yet today, she wears her Mrs. Queen of Hope crown proudly, sharing her pageant story with tears of joy, sadness and pride.

Contributed photo courtesy of Rosie J. Photography
Linda Lieser was crowned Mrs. Queen of Hope. Continue Reading