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Puttinf faith into action

August 2, 2012 in Pine Journal

Pastor Mike Stevens led local volunteer efforts following the flash flood in Carlton County because he’s used to helping after disasters. After all, this was his fifth. This time, however, he didn’t have to travel so far to volunteer. Continue Reading

A volunteer with a heart for the people

July 27, 2012 in Pine Journal

After the flooding was over and his church remained untouched, Pastor Tom was contacted by Volunteer Services of Carlton County to volunteer as a sheriff’s department chaplain for the Barnum community. He’s been that and more. Continue Reading

FACES OF THE FLOOD..Crestick on a mission to help others

July 20, 2012 in Pine Journal

Cindy Crestick considers herself to be a “third culture kid” a transplant to Cloquet from her home in Liberia, West Africa, where her parents served as missionaries. Continue Reading

Mennonite men travel to help strangers in need of assistance

July 13, 2012 in Pine Journal

After driving for two-and-a-half hours Saturday from Barron, Wis., to Cloquet with a group of 17 other men, Kenyon Goertzen, 21, and Darrel Friesen, 48, put their strong, able bodies to work. Continue Reading

The Clydes offer emotional, spiritual support

July 12, 2012 in Pine Journal

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Faces of the Flood: Jacque Younger; FEMA trailer for now, but unclear for how long

May 31, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

MINOT Jacque Younger is quick to answer why she doesn’t leave Minot despite spending the past year living in homeless shelters and a Federal Emergency Management Agency trailer. Continue Reading