Monthly Archives: May 2011

Eagle Mount Gives Pioneer Miracle Adventures

Eagle Mount In A Nutshell: Provide therapeutic programs via recreational opportunities for people of all ages with disabilities and children with cancer. Why They Rock: Programs: offer skiing, swimming, horseback riding, ice-skating, fishing, Saturday Night Out, golf, kayaking, cycling, and … Continue reading

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Farm Rescue Keeps The Farming Family Tree Alive

Farm Rescue In A Nutshell: Farm Rescue provides planting and harvesting assistance to farm families that have experienced a major illness, injury, or natural disaster. Why They Rock: Provide the necessary equipment and manpower to plant or harvest their crop, … Continue reading

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Face It TOGETHER Gives Family-Style Recovery

Face It TOGETHER In A Nutshell: Organization dedicated to helping individuals and family members on the journey of recovery from substance use disorder (SUD) via three primary approaches: recovery support services, advocacy, and awareness. Why They Rock: Awareness Program: program … Continue reading

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Film Streams Gives Theater World Series

Film Streams In A Nutshell: An organization dedicated to enhancing the cultural environment of the Omaha area through the presentation and discussion of film as an art form. In 2007 they opened the Ruth Sokolof Theater, a two-screen cinema located … Continue reading

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Figge Art Museum Feeds With Art

Figge Art Museum In A Nutshell: The Figge Art Museum is the premier art exhibition and education facility in Davenport, Iowa. The stunning modern building includes expansive galleries and intimate rooms housing some of the Midwest’s finest art collections, and … Continue reading

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Sisters’ Camelot Gives Organic Double Domination

Sisters’ Camelot In A Nutshell: Sisters’ Camelot is a collective working to create sustainability in the Twin Cities via the distribution of free fresh organic produce and whole foods to low-income individuals, support and upkeep local urban gardens, and provide … Continue reading

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