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Reagon suffered injuries in an accident, but came out on the other side strong and healing well. The experience helped her “come out of her shell,” as Reagon showed amazing courage and strength. She is now a happy, smiley kindergartener.
When Molly Carter, Bell State Bank & Trust employee, found out that eight-year-old Jane was starting treatments for leukemia, she knew that's where she wanted her Pay It Forward money to go.
When Kevin Wallevand was given Community Connect funds to pass on, he knew right away he wanted to donate the money to Jodell Johnson and her family.
Kory Werlinger, Bell State Bank & Trust employee, volunteers at Kennedy Elementary School. When he heard Julie Feske's fourth grade class talking about random acts of kindness, he knew he wanted to give his Pay It Forward: Community Connect funds to the class in order to accomplish a kind act of their own choosing.
When Bell State Bank & Trust employee Julie Lovaas took her children to a production by The Children's Theater Company, she was so moved by the performance that it inspired her to Pay It Forward.
When Bell State Bank & Trust employee Paula Swanson first asked her dad to do the 60-mile Susan G. Komen 3-day walk and help raise awareness and funds for breast cancer, he said, "No way." But then...
The Rack is a place at North High School in Minneapolis where students who do not have basic necessities can come to get personal hygiene products and clothing. What started out as something so simple has grown beyond that. .
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