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Welcome, friends!

This is the Tellwell Plog, a chance for us to share with you what #TeamTellwell has been up to, showcase some of the projects we’ve been working on, and (of course) show you all the pupper love a Plog can handle!

I Don’t Know About You, But We’re Feeling…7

Last Friday, Team Tellwell celebrated one of the most important days of the year: Red (Taylor’s Version) Day!

JK. But there was a 10-minute All Too Well sing-a-long involved.

Our Birthday Party/Open House was a hoot and a half, to say the least. Thank you to everyone who sang, danced, ate, drank, and celebrated with us. We are so grateful for the love and support of our community!

Almost every photo of the night was taken by/of Aaron. Is anyone surprised?

HBD KTBD

Tellwell’s wasn’t the only birthday we celebrated this week! Katie turned the big 2-6 on Thursday, and we observed the occasion by letting her claim the extra couch we accidentally ordered.

Don’t Get Mad, Get CHAD!

This week, we led a few folks from the Community Healthcare Association of the Dakotas (CHAD) in a two-day strategic planning workshop. We played ice breakers, walked them through the Hero’s Journey, and went through SO many Post-Its–all in the name of clarifying the community health center story.

Oh Aaron, What Are You Going to Do?

This week, we had the rare and exciting opportunity to put a Tellwellian in FRONT of the camera! We’re not going to share what Aaron was filming quite yet, so for now, we’ll just say that it is going to be an incredibly meaningful and important piece.

Kevin was jealous of all the attention Aaron was receiving and decided to steal the spotlight.

Thank you for checking in with us! 

:heart: #TeamTellwell

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Author Katie Beedy

Katie is a Fargo native and a Cobber (#rollCobbs) who has had a passion for writing for as long as she can remember. She’s spent time writing in a variety of capacities, including as a journalist and Editor-in-Chief for the Concordian, writing about the Fargo startup scene with Emerging Prairie, and working with the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Twin Cities.

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