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Market Monday open Memorial Day

Sartell Market Monday will be open from 3-6 p.m. Memorial Day Monday in the Coborn’s Marketplace parking lot on Pinecone Road. Come find fresh asparagus, meats, eggs, breads, treats, plants, everything to end your holiday weekend with a great meal.


City requests public input on Comprehensive Plan

Share your input on the draft Comprehensive Plan for St. Joseph. The draft Comprehensive Plan has been prepared to serve as a blueprint in the future development and growth of St. Joseph. The public comment period is open until June 11. The draft plan is available on the city website at www.cityofstjoseph.com.


Summer get-together seeks volunteers

Each year, Opportunity Matters hosts a summer get-together for the individuals served by the organization and their family members. This year, the event will be on Wednesday, June 6, at their office in Sartell and volunteers are needed between 3-8 p.m. to assist in decorating, setting-up, tearing down, serving beverages, passing plates and running carnival games. Open to groups, families and volunteers of all ages. Contact Brenda Eggerth, Opportunity Matters, at 320-240-1900.


Veterans protocol team seeks new members

The Stearns County Veterans Protocol Team is recruiting new members. The Veterans Protocol is a treatment-focused program for military veterans who are charged in court with a mental health or substance-related offense.

Mentors need no legal background or experience, just a desire to help a fellow veteran. Mentors are expected to make weekly contact with assigned veterans through a phone call or an in-person meeting.

For more information on becoming a mentor, contact Cory Vaske, Stearns County Veteran Service Officer, at 320-656-6176.


Mow lawns this summer

Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity needs volunteers to mow lawns on properties that Habitat owns but there is no homeowner yet on the property. Locations are in St. Cloud. Volunteers are asked to adopt a property and mow as needed throughout the summer. The time is flexible to the volunteer’s schedule. Contact Mary Amann, Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity, at 320-248-8256 or mamann@cmhfh.org.


Help provide support

Lutheran Social Service/St. Cloud Area Crisis Nursery is in need of volunteers to staff the crisis line from home  between  5 p.m. and 8 a.m.. Volunteers will receive personal training on working the crisis line and working with families in crisis. Contact Conni Orth, LSS Crisis Nursery, at 320-654-1090 or conni.orth@lssmn.org.


MN Reading/Math Corps seeks tutors

Minnesota Reading and Math tutors are needed in schools throughout the St. Cloud area. These positions begin in August and continue through the end of June. Literacy and math tutors earn a $597 (full-time plus) bi-weekly living allowance and up to $5,920 education award that can be used to repay federal student loans or further one’s education. Tutors may also be eligible for health insurance, along with other benefits listed on the websites linked below. Visit www.MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or www.MinnesotaMathCorps.org for general information. Contact Abby at abby.fragodt@servetogrow.org or 320-247-5516.

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