Hugo’s, Potato Bowl USA fight hunger - The Packer

Hugo’s, Potato Bowl USA fight hunger

11/11/2013 04:06:00 PM
Mike Hornick

Courtesy Hugo's Family MarketsFrom left to right, Joanne Brundin of St. Joseph Social Care; Julie Kirkeby of Choice Health and Fitness; Rick Hogan of Hugo's Family Markets; Ted Kreis of Potato Bowl USA; and Cristina Campos of East Grand Forks Food Shelf mark the donation of Tater Tot Trot proceeds to the two nonprofits.Hugo’s Family Markets was a sponsor of a 1-mile children’s race that raised $1,000 for food banks in North Dakota and Minnesota.

The event, Tater Tot Trot, was part of a weeklong series of Potato Bowl USA events culminating in the Sept. 7 football game between the University of North Dakota and South Dakota State University.

Proceeds benefited a pair of nonprofits: East Grand Forks Food Shelf, East Grand Forks, Minn.; and St. Joseph Social Care, Grand Forks, N.D.

A 10-kilometer race was canceled due to excessive heat. Potato Bowl USA races, started in 2008, have raised more than $6,000.

Julie Kirkeby of Choice Health and Fitness, Grand Forks, N.D., a bowl committee volunteer, coordinated the race.



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