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MOMS Club Donates to Bismarck Hospitals

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Almost any new mom will tell you that after they have their baby, there's no such thing as too much help. Well, that's where the MOMS club of Bismarck comes to the rescue.

The club is made up of stay-at-home-moms who do a service project every year for businesses around town.

This year the group decided to raise some money so they could donate nursing pillows to Bismarck hospitals.

'We raised over $1,500, enough to donate 20 pillows plus extra things. We have two swings and two bouncers and a bunch of baby clothes we brought here today," says MOMS club member Alisha Holzer.

For more information on the MOMS club of Bismarck visit http://momsclubbismarck.org/.




 
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