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Donations - 2016/2017



Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office K-9 Unit
We support the communities we serve and recently our cooperative made a donation to the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office K-9 unit for training and ongoing support of this essential service for our region. PBTV Ad Representative Don Dale (center) is pictured here delivering the check to Sgt. Tony Petrie (left) and Deputy Kyle Nohre (right).

4-H Robotics Program
Paul Bunyan Communications made a donation to the regional 4-H Robotics program. This is the 4th consecutive year the cooperative has been a major donor to the program which supports Robotics programs throughout the region served by PBC. Pictured with the check (left to right) are Chloe Keprios, PBC Account Executive and Ann Marie Ward, 4-H Program Coordinator. They are surrounded by members of the Beltrami County 4-H Robotics team.

Project Lifesaver
Project Lifesaver is a public safety program through the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Department designed to use state of the art technology in assisting those who care for victims of Alzheimer’s dementia, Autism, Down Syndrome, and any other cognitive condition that causes wandering. The program places personalized radio transmitters on identified persons which assist caregivers and emergency agencies in locating those who cannot help themselves. If you would like to donate to Project Lifesaver, please contact the Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office at 218-333-9111. Pictured left to right is Paul Bunyan Communication Marketing Supervisor, Brian Bissonette and Scott Hinners from the Beltrami County Sherriff’s Department.

Bemidji Vocalmotive
Bemidji Vocalmotive Show Choir director Chris Fettig (center) and co-captain Tony Turner accept a donation from Paul Bunyan Communications CFO, Dave Shultz (left). Vocalmotive is celebrating its 20th year!



Cass Lake Rural Fire Department
PBC District 9 Director Tim Hins (right) presents Cass Lake Fire Chief Ben Cameron with a donation check. They will be purchasing a new fire truck to help serve a 400 square mile area that includes the Leech Lake Reservation and Cass, Hubbard, and Beltrami counties. The CLRFD is made up of 20 volunteer firemen, one part-time Fire Chief, and one part-time Administrative Assistant.