The Journey – Special Edition

Here at Fraser, we draw many circles to include those perceived to be on the fringe of our society. In 1893 we began addressing the needs of young unwed mothers and their children. Eighteen years later, a building was erected with money from a 2023 Journey Special Edition 2.6
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The Journey Fall 2022

Greetings! Tyranny—perhaps a strange word to use at the beginning of a magazine focused on family and children. But, just maybe when the articles concentrate on fear, lack of family or foundational support, and poor mental and behavioral health issues the perception of tyranny has the potential to be considered a real thing, alive today…
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The Pines 2021

Season’s Greetings, For twenty-one years the annual Fraser Festival of Trees event has brought the spirit of Christmas to families in our community. Each year I’m amazed at the contributions and commitment to the event and each year I am humbled by the generosity from the members in our community. Festival of Trees does much…
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The Journey October 2021

Greetings! Teresa Larsen’s article is sure to resonate with many individuals no matter the generation or career they have chosen for themselves. Standing up for what you believe is not always easy— that’s an understatement if ever there was one. Recent circumstances surrounding the pandemic certainly speak to this and ring true more than we…
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Fraser, Ltd. receives Kiwanis Grant

Downtown Fargo Kiwanis Club has provided grant funds to refresh Fraser Child Care Center’s playground. The playground gives the children we support more opportunities for physical growth and development. Funds will be utilized to repaint and reseal the concrete and replace mulch. Part of the active play area is concrete and is used for games with balls,…
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The Journey Winter 2020

FraserJourney_Fall-Winter2020_CC2021_v11 Every aspect of Fraser Ltd., services provides a specific purpose in the lives of the children, youth and adults who need us. Our continuum of care meets physical, emotional and basic needs whether it’s as simple as supplying personal hygiene products or providing a home. We do it all with love born from a…
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The Journey – Summer 2020

Read The Journey – Summer 2020 In this issue of The Journey, I am extremely proud to introduce you to just a few of the Frser Family of employees who are all in some capacity HERO’s, essential workers, and front line staff! These VIP’s are also sons, daughters, moms, and dads who are navigating a…
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Jospelm Birch

We Live Under a Good Star

FARGO – For Jospelm “Jojo” Birch, landing in Fargo has been one of the best things that has happened in his life. The 19-year-old Liberian immigrant has gone from being homeless, sleeping in a car and going weeks without a shower, to having a high school diploma, a job and an apartment, thanks to help…
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Ben Kilzer & Megan Arthaud

Challenges for Direct Support Workers

High turnover rates, stagnant wages plague workers who serve people with disabilities. A typical day for Megan Arthaud starts at 6 a.m. Arthaud and the other direct support workers at a south Bismarck group home for people with intellectual disabilities start their day by helping residents with their basic care needs. This includes getting the…
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Sawyer Anderson – Author of "Water Works"

Cornerstone Bank Donates “Water Works” Books

“Water Works” was written and illustrated by Sawyer Anderson, age 10, to children at Fraser Child Care Center. FRASER, MN (Valley News Live) – A local Oak Grove fifth-grader is making it her mission to help people across the globe. Ten-year-old Sawyer Anderson knew she wanted to help build wells in Africa after hearing stories…
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