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Edina agents collect food


Agents in the Edina Realty office in Baxter heard that March food shelf supplies were very low. Responding to the urgent need, agents responded overnight and gathered 137 pounds of non-perishable food items to donate to the Salvation Army food shelf in Brainerd. Pictured are, front row from left, Pat Heinen, Penny Nelsen, Missy Zeien and Dawn Ohman; second row from left, Nick Heinen, Dustin Kuschel, Sheila Holley, Katie Bahma, Dina Sundberg and Nina Karsky.


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