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  • New Trump rules for food stamps would mean changes in rural Minnesota (News & Updates) Dec 12, 2018

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  • Lisa Mears Named New Chief Executive Officer of Family Pathways (News & Updates) Jun 6, 2018

      North Branch, MN – The Board of Directors of Family Pathways announced that Lisa Mears will become Family Pathways’ Chief Executive Officer on July 2,...

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  • Local Nonprofit, Family Pathways, Attends NFL Luncheon (News & Updates) Feb 2, 2018

    Local Nonprofit Attends NFL Luncheon Written by: Autumn Ruddy   MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. –On Thursday February 1st three Family Pathways employees attended...

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  • Thank You (News & Updates) Jan 1, 2018

    January 17th, 2018   Dear Editor: As Family Pathways begins its New Year of service in our communities, we find ourselves reflecting upon the...

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Ready for some good, old-fashioned fun? Join us to celebrate building stronger communities. Enjoy live music by members of the Mystery Mountain Boys, Houdek String Band, and Barb and Eben Gillespie; fabulous dinner by LeFebvre Catering (winner of this year's Cambridge-Isanti Rotary's 2017 Taste 'Best Food' award); silent and live auctions; fun, games, and more. This year's Barn Bash is on Thursday, May 18.

 

Proceeds from this evening will help feed over 18,944 men, women and children through the Hunger Relief program; give over 800 older adults and caregivers help, hope, and support through Aging Services; provide 925 teens the chance to discover what's possible at the Teen Centers; keep 2,325 people safe through the Refuge Network domestic violence program.   

 

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