The Sundre Sand & Gravel Community Corner.

The City of Minot will celebrate National Public Works week from May 15-21, including a special open house at the Public Works building. The open house is scheduled for May 18 from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Public Works building located at 1025 31st St. SE. The department’s various pieces of large and small equipment will be on display and employees will be available to answer questions from the public. Two tours will take visitors to the Broadway Pump Station, the Water Treatment Plant, and a sanitary lift station. Bus tours will begin at 4 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. Tours will begin and end at Public Works. Free hot dogs, chips, and drinks will be served while supplies last. A plow blade will be available for children to draw on, and coloring books, comic books, and other prizes will be given away. Two grand prize winners will be drawn from the children in at

The Minot Public Library will host "Teen Take & Make Pour Painting" call 852-1045 to reserve your teen's kit today! Pickup will be Tuesday, May 17th.

The City of Minot's Water & Sewer Departments will be doing the annual testing of fire hydrants beginning May 23rd. When hydrants are flowed, iron deposits in the water lines are stirred up, which can cause a brown discoloration in the water. This condition is temporary and will correct itself in a few hours. On the days when hydrants are flowed, officials recommend residents let their cold water run for a short time to make sure it’s clear before using it. The water is safe to drink, but it is recommended residents do not wash any white clothes when the hydrants in their area are flushed.

Sunday, May 22nd head to St. Leo's Catholic Church for a free will offering breakfast to help support the Diocese of Bismarck. 8:30 to 12:30 on the menu, biscuits and gravy, pancakes, sausage, scrambled eggs, juice and coffee.

Wednesday May 25th, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm head to the Minot Public Library for adult trivia night. Teams of 5 are welcome.

Non-profit organizations are launching the ‘Hope After Haley Disaster Relief Fund, for North Dakota Cattle Ranchers. The groups kick started the relief fund with a 40-thousand-dollar initial contribution and invite others to contribute. One hundred percent of the money raised will be given to ranchers through an application and nomination process next month if you’d like to donate, you can mail a check to the North Dakota Stockmen’s Association. Write “Hope after Haley” in the memo and send to 407 S. Second St., Bismarck, ND 58504.

Minot's Battle Of The Badges Blood Drive will be May 23rd thru May 26th, 11:00 am to 6:00 pm daily, inside the Sleep Inn - Ball Room, Dakota Square. Make plans to donate at the upcoming Battle of the Badges. Taking an hour from your day can save 3 lives! This is your chance to come out to vote for Team Law or Team Fire. Free t-shirts while supplies last! Covid Antibody testing with each donation. Register to win prizes!! Secure your choice of donation times with a text or call to Teresa at 701-609-4110. Walk in Donors will be accepted as well.

Tech Ed is coming to the Parker Senior Center, Thursday, June 2nd from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm Join Minot Public Library Staff at the Parker Senior Center for an informal drop in technology help session.

The 9th Annual Kids Academy's Sandbox Classic 4 person team golf scramble is coming up June 11th at the Berthold Golf Course. A pre-registration donation of $120 per team is required by May 13th. - Rain or shine this event will happen, with a supper for all registered teams, prizes & giveaways plus a silent auction. If your interested in being a sponsor, have a team or volunteering reach out to the Kids Academy or call 701-240-8288 - updates can be found on the Kids Academy Facebook page.

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content