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Afternoon Tea for Hope fundraiser slated May 1

Bridges of Hope will host an Afternoon Tea for Hope at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1, at The NP Event Space in Brainerd. Last year's event attracted over 120 women and girls and raised $20,000 for the Bridges of Hope Side by Side mentoring program. Ticket...

Bridges of Hope will host an Afternoon Tea for Hope at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 1, at The NP Event Space in Brainerd.

Last year's event attracted over 120 women and girls and raised $20,000 for the Bridges of Hope Side by Side mentoring program. Tickets are available online at www.bridgesofhopemn.org .

This year's event will include event styling by Bloom Designs, live entertainment, a silent auction, raffles, sweets by Dani Sutin and savories by Prairie Bay, tea served by local firefighters and more.

The presenting sponsor is Colleen Goedker with Century 21 Brainerd Realty. Additional sponsors include Bremer Bank, Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, Lake Country Journal, Lakes Country Counseling, Mid-Minnesota Federal Credit Union, Nisswa Smiles, Nisswa Tax Service, Northern Pacific Center, Tara Hemsing from Thrivent Financial, and Zaiser's.

Sponsorship opportunities are still available to help support this event. For more information, contact Jana Shogren at 218-825-7682.

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