March Of Dimes
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For the seventh year, Montana’s preterm birth rate declined, giving more babies a healthy start — and earning the state a “B” grade on the 2013 March of Dimes Report Card.
If there are two things the Northern Hotel’s new chef Tim Freeman knows, it’s babies and fine cuisine.
Tim Freeman, chef at the Northern Hotel, is spearheading the March of Dimes’ fundraising Signature Chefs Auction this year for a very good reason: He is the parent of a young son, 9-month-old Wyatt.
Top local chefs join forces once again to help riase funds for the March of Dimes with the annual Signature Chefs Auction, which is set for Monday at the Northern Hotel. This year’s chefs include Marcella Tatarka, Katie Resmondo, Mike Callaghan, Harold Goode, Jim Carlson, Dirk Frickel, Carl …
The Northern Hotel is hosting the seventh annual Signature Chefs Auction on Oct. 20 from 5:30 to 9 p.m. in the Northern Hotel ballroom.
St. Vincent Healthcare is hosting a "March for Babies" kickoff event at 6 p.m. on Wednesday in the Mansfield Education Center.
As grateful residents count their blessings around the traditional Thanksgiving turkey, by far the biggest blessing for one Billings couple, Justine Myers and Ryan French, will be helping their son celebrate his first turkey day with a bottle or two of baby formula and some quality time with…
Twenty-one chefs are working to prepare dishes for the sixth annual Montana March of Dimes Signature Chefs Auction on Oct. 21 at the Billings Depot.
Top photo: local chefs Carl Kurokawa, left, and David Maplethorpe hold infants Lincoln and Hadley Daniel as other signature chefs look on. The group will be involved in the 2013 March of Dimes fundraiser at the Billings Depot.Right photo: Wayne Nelson, president of Stockman Bank Billings, an…
Wayne Nelson, President of Stockman Bank Billings, and Debra Donovan, State Director of Montana March of Dimes, gather at the Billings Depot to promote the March of Dimes benefit. Here they hold infants Lincoln and Hadley Daniel.
Stacey Pewonka holds tiny glass hearts that are given to mothers at the March of Dimes walk who have lost babies around birth. Pewonka has strung the five she has collected by particpating in the annual walks into a bracelet in memory of her son, Caden.
Stacey Pewonka, who had a stillborn son in 2007, has joined the March of Dimes walk every year since then. Walkers who raise at least $200 receive a T-shirt that Pewonka displays.
A March of Dimes walk in 2007 helped Stacey Pewonka take the first steps toward healing after losing her first child before birth.
CASPER, Wyo. — Wyoming’s preterm birth rate declined to roughly one in 10 babies, earning the state a “B” grade on the 2012 March of Dimes Report Card.
It seemed like a natural fit five years ago when the March of Dimes decided to pair local chefs and babies at its annual fundraiser.
Wayne Nelson, left, and Debra Donovan are working on the March of Dimes fundraiser, Signature Chef's Auction. Nelson, Stockman Bank president, is revenue chair for the event and Donovan is the March of Dimes state director.
March of Dimes state director Debra Donovan and Alex Tyson of the Billings Chamber/CVB share a smile in front of the Billings Depot, site of the March of Dimes fundraising event, Signature Chef's Auction.
Local chefs are supporting the March of Dimes with a fundraising event, the Signature Chef's Auction, which is set for Monday evening at the Billings Depot. Carl Kurakawa is holding Elianna Walsh, an infant who was born premature and aided through March of Dimes. Marcy Tatarka and Carrie Sul…
The Montana Chapter of the March of Dimes has undergone a re-organization of the executive board and added four new employees.