YWCA Cass Clay

“Race: Are we so different?” exhibit seeks to educate people at Fargo City Hall

An exhibition to expand your knowledge on the history of race relations in the United States has a temporary home.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — YWCA of Cass-Clay moves their “Race: Are we so different?” mini-exhibition to Fargo’s City Hall as part of the YWCA’s mission to eliminate racism. “It’s for people to ask the questions that you’ve always wanted to ask and you weren’t sure if in fact you’re going to be offending the other person or the other culture….

Twelve women & a business honored at YWCA Cass Clay Women of the Year Awards

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – It’s a night showcasing and empowering women at the 48th annual Women of the Year Awards hosted by the YWCA Cass Clay. There are 39 women and Edward Jones Investments nominated in 13 categories. Winners include Agnes Harrington with Share House with the Lifetime Achievement Award, Holly Erickson with West Fargo Public Schools in the education…

YWCA hosts discussion on race ahead of Indigenous Peoples Day

FARGO-MOORHEAD – The YWCA Cass Clay ‘s Racial Justice Committee hosts a community conversation about race with a particular focus on Native women. One of the topics asked participants to mention words they have heard people use to describe Native American women. Some of the responses include redskin, savage, dumb and lazy. The organizers say events like these provide an…

YWCA of Cass-Clay hosts 2020 Women of the Year awards

FARGO, N.D. – YWCA’s Women of the Year 2020 event is underway, but this year it’s being held virtually. 29 women and THREE organizations were nominated and the winner will be determined by an independent panel of judges. Some of the women nominated include Kari Bucholz of Haley’s Hope, Jeanine Larson from Berkshire Hathaway, and former City Commissioner Melissa Sobolik….

Cherries for Charity, Hornbachers donates $15,000 to local nonprofits

Hornbachers donated the proceeds to the Rape and Abuse Crisis Center and the YWCA Cass Clay.

FARGO, N.D. — Two big checks were presented to two local nonprofits thanks to the 38th annual Cherries for Charity event. It was held at all eight Fargo-Moorhead Hornbacher locations in June. The stores donated 25 cents per pound of cherries sold, amounting to $15,000 for this year’s campaign. A check for the amount was presented at the Osgood Hornbacher’s…