The Sanctuary Sober Living Home in Minot recently received a grill as a donation in memory of Rita, a woman who died January 2 as a result of alcoholism.
Her sister Rhonda and brother in law Jason donated a beautifully engraved Weber Grill & accessories.
“I was so extremely touched by this generous donation in memory of Rhonda’s sister, then when I saw the Serenity Prayer it brought tears to my eyes. What an amazing way to turn tragedy into a blessing,” said Carolyn Engh, The Sanctuary Administrator.
In May, KX News reported on the new sober living home in Minot and how it’s modeled after Hope Manor in Bismarck. Both homes are registered with the National Sober Living Association, which means they adhere to some strict rules of operation.
If you’re interested in applying to live at The Sanctuary, you can call or e-mail Carolyn at 701-500-2216 or email@example.com.
The Sanctuary is also a non-profit that can accept donations to help keep the doors open and lights on. Those can be sent to PO Box 144 Minot, 58702.