Mady Bertsch, 12, Sartell Last year I started volunteering in the Salvation Army Food Shelf with my mom and little brother. When my mom signed us up, I didn’t want to volunteer. I didn’t want to work with the stereotypical homeless person. When I thought of the homeless, I thought of people on the streets begging for money and spending
Jerry Wetterling, St. Joseph This year to raise funds for the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center, for the first time we shifted our Wilderness Backpacking Trek from backpacking to car camping complemented by a series of day hikes. We camped at the De Weese Reservoir County Park near Westcliffe, Colo. Wearing a walking boot, I was somewhat limited in my participation
Joyce Stock, St. Joseph Janice and I would like to thank the Newsleaders and especially Cori Hilsgen for the wonderful article written about the work being done in Haiti. Our dresses are only a small part of the big picture, and you covered it so well, giving proper credit to so many people. Thank you again for the great coverage.
Rajahna and Jacob Scherbing, St. Cloud A wedding is an event that little girls dream of their whole lives. Without a doubt, my wedding day met and exceeded all of my expectations. My husband Jacob and I could not have asked for a better day, June 17. We would like to thank those individuals and businesses in our community who
Kent Nelson, Sartell At the recent G-20 Summit, Trump said the United States would support NATO., but European Union President Tusk responded, ” . . . the real question is whether it was a one-time incident or a new policy” to which Trump said, “. . . words are easy, but it’s actions that matter.” In her recent novel, Gilead,
Maggie Kraemer Senior Connection board member The Sartell Senior Connection would like to acknowledge individuals who helped create the initial segments of a video series entitled Sartell Stories. People involved in the project include 2017 Sartell High School graduate Cami Doman as the producer, Sartell High School Technology Teacher Joe Schulte as the director and a host of area residents who
Zurya Anjum, Sartell Multicultural Committee I would like to invite you to participate in the Multicultural Committee that is being created through the Sartell-St Stephen School District. This is an effort by the district to recognize as our community is growing, we need to be more cognizant of issues related to cultural/religious needs for our students. Our current political climate