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Bread to the Nations director to speak at Alexandria fundraiser

The event is to raise money for Haitian ministry.

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Tammy Hagstrom
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Tammy Hagstrom, director of Bread to the Nations, will speak at a Saturday, Aug. 6 Alexandria fundraiser to support ministry work for Haitian people.

Bread to the Nations is a St. Cloud, Minnesota-based nonprofit organization that performs missionary work in Haiti. This fundraiser would help provide a retreat for women in a Haitian church community in the living in the Dominican Republic.

The event, called "Women for Women," will start at 9 a.m. at Alexandria Covenant Church. Breakfast is included.

To register, call 320-815-5348 or search Facebook for the event.

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