Man Recalls Double Acts Of Kindness

If you moved out of the Fargo-Moorhead area, would you still read The Forum? I am constantly amazed by the number of people who write to me, saying they grew up in this community, have moved away, but still like to keep up on what’s happening here. Kevin Plummer is a great example of that.…
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Diva Connection: Share Kindness With Area Women

I’m about to use this newspaper space for my own selfish reasons. Oops, not a good start in an Easter weekend, but it’s a risk I’m willing to take. It’s a risk I’m willing to take because I know there is a group of teen moms in Fargo who sleep without blankets, so their babies…
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A SWEET Story Of Kindness

Girl Scout cookies. Those three words breed some strange mix of excitement and anxiety deep inside my soul. I love Girl Scout cookies. I’m always excited when I start hearing about them because it means spring is on the way. But things have changed since I was a Girl Scout. Way back then, we put…
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Surprise Gift Makes Princess Abigail’s Dream Come True

If the quickest way to man’s heart is through his stomach, then the quickest way to a mom’s heart is through her children. Nothing melts my heart faster than someone showing kindness to my kids. Rachel Heggen, a Fargo mom, must have been a puddle after meeting a very kind woman at the Fargodome. Here’s…
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Impact Of Kind Act Lingers 60 Years Later

Imagine if you could do one thing today that someone else would remember six decades from now. It’s very possible that something you say or do, either positive or negative, will make such an impact on another person that he or she will remember it for years to come. Don’t believe me? Ask Maxine Jeffries…
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