One Enchanted Evening @ the Moorhead Hjemkomst Center last night! ?✨I had so much fun helping with the grand march and of course getting to dance with everyone! Thanks to Moorhead Parks & Recreation for putting on such a fun event.
Frazee Fly Girls win State Dance titles for both Jazz and High Kick. Congrats team!
AWESOME Job Frazee Fly Girls, 2018 Class A JAZZ CHAMPS! Super job Miss Moorhead OT Kaitlin Wake, so beautiful and talented!
Our MSUM Love Your Melon Swab Drive happened today! Thank you to all who participated and showed interest in being a match! ??
Every year, thousands of children and adults battling bone and blood cancers wait for a bone marrow match to deliver a life-saving transplant. Often, the right match exists, but it must be found before it is too late - this is why the bone marrow registry is so important.
At each swab drive, participants learn about the bone marrow registry and have the opportunity to take a swab and join the registry. Together, campuses across the country have hosted almost 100 swab drives, spreading awareness, growing the bone marrow registry and transplanting hope across the nation!
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SO PROUD of our Kaitlin Wake, Miss Moorhead Outstanding Teen 2018, for being named an "All Conference Dancer." She is a member of the Frazee Fly Girls who are the Section 4A Champions! Good Luck at State Competition!
Miss Moorhead 2018 Shayley Espeseth reads to Mrs. Rusten's Kindergarten Class at Ellen Hopkins Elementary and shares her Platform "Love Your Melon" for Pediatric Cancer.
On Thursday, February 8th, "Giving Hearts Day," Shayley read the new children's book from "Love Your Melon" The Adventures of the SuperCrew, to Mrs. Rusten's Kindergarten classroom. Shayley's Platform, "Love Your Melon," supports research for Pediatric Cancer.
So Proud of Shayley, Miss Moorhead 2018, for receiving a Kennedy Center Commendation for here performance in the MSUM Production "Macbeth"! What a talented young woman.
A little disappointed her name is spelled incorrectly on the award, but so honored for the acknowledgment of her talent!
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