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October 04, 2022
NDAD has opening for graphic design/social media manager in Grand Forks

The prime candidate will have skills and talent to produce graphic art, visual materials for promotions, advertisements, forms, and informative material through a variety of marketing outlets, including print media, websites, and social media.

NDAD booth at Northern Plains Conference on Aging Oct. 12-13
October 10, 2022
NDAD booth at Northern Plains Conference on Aging Oct. 12-13

NDAD will have a booth at the Northern Plains Conference on Aging, set for Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 12 and 13 in Fargo's Avalon Events Center.

NDAD participating in Minot's Veterans Stand Down
October 12, 2022
NDAD participating in Minot's Veterans Stand Down

NDAD will have a booth at 11th Annual North Central Veterans Stand Down from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thurs., Oct. 20, at Minot's Armed Forces Reserve Center.

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October 27, 2022
Williston office focus of Nov. 2 interview on KEYZ Radio

Tune in to KEYZ News Radio 660 AM in Williston on Wednesday morning, Nov. 2, to hear NDAD Client services Representative Rae Lundy talk about our charity’s new northwest North Dakota office and our various programs to help people with health issues and disabilities.

Three projects receive 2nd round 2022 Gibbens Memorial Grants
October 31, 2022
Three projects receive 2nd round 2022 Gibbens Memorial Grants

The grant recipients are F5 Project; The United Way of Grand Forks, East Grand Forks and Area; and Northlands Rescue Mission.

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