STAFF BLOG THE N.D. CAPITOL AND BEYOND Minot family still grateful to "Extreme Makeover"
Four years ago, I covered the Minot "Extreme Makeover Home Edition." So, with all of the excitement in Moorhead, I decided to check in with the Bliven family in Minot to see how things are going for t... Posted on 10/6/10 at 3:21 PM
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Tony Horton calls his extreme workout P90x - I think he labeled that workout correctly - it is extreme. I like the use of the "x" at the end as a magnifier.
This week Fargo/Moorhead is getting a bit ... Posted on 10/4/10 at 7:05 AM
Contractors at the Extreme Makeover site in south Moorhead will tell you, one of the biggest reasons work has progressed so quickly is the weather. Usually, Fargo-Moorhead makes the news for floods and blizzards. For once, we will be on national TV for a miraculous build in 80-degree temperatures.
History was made in Moorhead tonight as part of the big Extreme Makeover project: A Guinness World Record! Hundreds of people in wheelchairs, spelling out the logo for the Grommesh's group called: Hope Inc. All in honor of Bill and Adair Grommesh, who are behind that charity that serves children with disabilities.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - When Extreme Makeover comes to town, an entire neighborhood is changed. Thousands of volunteers, truckloads of concrete, lumber and equipment take over. WDAY 6 Reporter Kevin Wallevand is back live at the scene of Extreme Makeover tonight. He joins us live with more on those neighbors who are going above and beyond to help.
There is no shortage of action near the makeover project. People are lining 8th Street to get a peak for themselves. There are several weeks until show time for ABC's extreme Home Makeover, but the show in Moorhead has already begun with an eager audience.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - One of Fargo-Moorhead's busiest highways today became an action-filled Hollywood set as Extreme Makeover moved the Grommesh home off its foundation. WDAY 6 Reporter Kevin Wallevand has been outside the Worksite today, and watched the big move.
Moorhead, Minn. (WDAY TV) - A South Moorhead family that spends every day helping children with disabilities is tonight beginning a life-changing week. Bill and Adair Grommesh, along with their two children Garrett and Peighton, were ambushed this morning by "ABC's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition." The Grommeshes run Hope Incorporated, a local charity that helps disabled children take part in sports and other activities.
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