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Student emergency fund grants

May 28, 2016 This year marks 13 years of student emergency grant funding made available to schools in the United Way of Southwest Minnesota service are. more »»

Looking back, looking ahead

May 28, 2016 Wow! Summer vacation has officially started for students in the Marshall Public School Distric. more »»

Healthy 56258 — looking to connect pand partner

May 28, 2016 What is Healthy 56258 is a common question being asked around Marshall as we enter the summer seaso. more »»

The gift of giving

May 28, 2016 “Leaving a legacy” often turns one’s thoughts to immediate family members. more »»

Public transit — often forgotten, always important

May 28, 2016 Public transit is often forgotten, always important Independence is a treasure. It’s a thing many of us would fight to the death to maintain. more »»

Annual Imagination Library Survey results

April 30, 2016 We recently surveyed parents of children enrolled in the Imagination Library Program locally sponsored by the United Way of Southwest Minnesot. more »»

Advancing public transit starts with volunteers

April 30, 2016 I am going to take the opportunity this column affords, and open a discussion about rural public transit. more »»

Celebrating another school year

April 30, 2016 By the time I type my next monthly contribution to the Marshall Independent, the Class of 2016 will have walked across the stage to receive their diplomas and school will be out for the summer. more »»

Campus Compact

April 30, 2016 Earlier this month I was fortunate to gather together with college and university leaders from Minnesota Campus Compact, an association of colleges and universities dedicated to campus-based civic... more »»

Working with the best

April 30, 2016 Weekends — always an interesting time. It is common for me to interact with multiple generations. Most recently, I was struck by the comments on reactions as I share my joy in working with seniors. more »»

Mother’s Day letter

April 30, 2016 The roots of Mother’ Day can be traced all the way back to the West Virginia in the 1850’s when Ann Reeves Jarvis organized Mother’s Day Work Clubs to improve sanitary conditions in an effort to... more »»

The strength of community partnerships

February 27, 2016 As a community-based, non-profit, the YMCA has as many partnerships as program. more »»

March is Minnesota Food Share Month

February 27, 2016 Minnesota Food Share 2016 March Campaign theme is “A DIFFERENT KIND OF FOOD FIGHT. more »»

Talking technology

February 27, 2016 The Center continues its focus on Living Life through: special events, connecting and learning, arts and crafts, leisure and entertainment, fitness and recreation, health and wellness, day trips and... more »»

GOLD College

February 27, 2016 For college students of today, the college experience involves much more than classroom learning. more »»

Community impact grants review panelists needed

February 27, 2016 An important part of United Way of Southwest Minnesota’s work is the annual review of local not-for-profit programs that seek affiliation and grant funding from United Way. more »»

Special election coming in May

February 27, 2016 This is the point in the school year where we are continuing to focus on making the remainder of the school year go as well as possible and be productive for all of our students, their families, our... more »»

At the end of the day …

January 30, 2016 We are currently winding down the annual local United Way campaign, which runs through Jan. 31, 2016. We have an goal of raising $565,000. We continue to move closer, but we are not yet there. more »»

Special election coming up

January 30, 2016 On May 10, 2016, residents in the Marshall Public School District will be asked to vote on a $38.8 million building bond referendum to address space and facility needs in the district. more »»

The inaugural nationwide campaign

January 30, 2016 There are many firsts in YMCA history. The first American Y in the historical Old North Church in Boston in 1851. The creation of Basketball, Volleyball and Racquetball. more »»



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