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Her Voice Magazine - Fall/Winter 2022

By Women. For Women. About Women.

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My Voice - BY DELYNN HOWARD

The leaves are turning. The air is getting more crisp. Before we know it, we’ll have snow and below zero temperatures. Oh, how I love the beauty of the four seasons in Minnesota!

You know what else I love? This magazine. Her Voice. By women. For women. About women. Every time I begin to prepare for a new issue, I wonder if we’ll have enough content. Will the stories we do be inspiring to others? I shouldn’t question it because without fail, Her Voice magazine is phenomenal each and every time.

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We have stories to make you smile and stories to make you think. And of course, in some way or another, they’re all inspiring.

On the Cover: Her Tradition - For the Love of Lefse

Kim Raboin continues the tradition of lefse-making started by her paternal great-great-great-great-grandmother, Berit Olsdatter Letrud, who lived to be 105

Her Story - Horsin’ Around at the Train Museum

Darlene Blazina is the founder of the Northern Trackers/Northern Minnesota Railroad Heritage Association in Crosslake, but she’s also known for her equestrian skills

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Her Business - The Thrill of the Hunt

Seven years ago, Julie LaValle and her daughter, Amy LaValle Hansmann, made a joint decision to leave their jobs and form a business partnership to develop their new vision, a thrift store called The Mercantile.

Her Life - Brief but Spectacular Moments from a Long Life

Sister Adela Gross, a Franciscan nun from Little Falls, is celebrating her 75th jubilee of service. Read Jan Kurtz’s story to find out more about her life's spectacular moments.

Her Passion - Grow a Heart

Preschool teacher Stefanie DeVries had a desire to “help children feel and express empathy and better understand how their words and actions can affect others” so she wrote a book.

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Her Conversation - His Name is Connor

Writer Sarah Nelson Katzenberger talks with Kelli Johnson, a woman who lost her son, Connor, 15 weeks into her pregnancy. Nelson Katzenberger also shares her experience with grief and miscarriage.

Her Table - Fall is in the Air

These incredibly cozy and hearty fall recipes are perfect to satisfy your cravings with meals meant to be shared.

My Voice - Hello, Fall!

Her Journey - The Intuitive Connector

Her Style - Astro Knots: Defying gravity and stereotypes

Your Voice - Honoring Women Over 90

Her Lifestyle - Indulge without the bulge

Her Community - DeAnn Barry: At the center of the senior community

Her Tradition - For the Love of Lefse

Her Health - Women-owned practices seek to improve clinic atmosphere

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