Tag Archives: tri-county tourism alliance

Imagine being stormed in … for weeks?

It’s been a long time since this blog has seen any real action, however as we begin to earnestly work on the book, Women Behind the Plow, it will again be a snapshot of the rich interviews that have been … Continue reading

Posted in Posted by Sue B. Balcom, women behind the plow | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Order blank for pre-ordering Ready for School

Here is the order blank for anyone interested in purchasing Ready for School as we get ready to go to print. Pre-orders of 5 books receive one free. Get a copy for every member of your family. Here is the … Continue reading

Posted in Posted by Sue B. Balcom, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Sad weekend

Just wanted to alert all our friends that we lost three of the German-Russian ladies that consented to being interviewed for the Tri-County Tourism Alliance projects. Maggie Herr from Maggie’s Cafe Ellen Tuttle who was interviewed at 100 years of … Continue reading

Posted in Posted by Sue B. Balcom, Shared information posted by Sue B. Balcom, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Violet Diegel Interview

Here is another video interview for Women Behind the Plow… the exhibit will be on display in Wishek Oct. 14… time for a debut party…

Posted in Posted by Sue B. Balcom | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Women Behind the Plow

We have been working on our newest project Women Behind the Plow – stories and photos of the German-Russian women who worked beside their spouses on the farm, or sometimes as a single parent, receiving little or no acknowledgement for … Continue reading

Posted in Posted by Sue B. Balcom | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Let’s dance the cold away…

I found this video while looking for some photos yesterday… it was taken in Jamestown at the Arts Center during a German Russian weekend. Thought you might be able to warm up to this toe tapping song in German.

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Our love of food is what sets us apart

On Monday of this week, while the weather was still sweet and warm and felt like summer, we had a dinner party at my Uncle Ed and Aunt Alice’s home in Bismarck. Now, while most folks would be bar-b-queuing up … Continue reading

Posted in Posted by Sue B. Balcom | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment