Tails on Trails to take place Feb. 27
Tails on Trails for dog owners, dog lovers, family and friends will be held from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27 at Millstream Park, 725 CR 75 W., St Joseph. Take a walk on the trails while playing “Clue” Covid edition, ride on a dogsled, watch Solid Results trainers work their dogs, talk with Sgt. Hoffman about police K9 units, visit Rescues about adopting a dog or cat, try some “Doga” (bring your yoga gear), take a photo with your pup, learn about agility training, purchase doggie treats from Brayden’s Pawfect treats and visit with Petsmart about what they have to offer. Come enjoy the outdoors!
Sartell Summer Baseball registration now open
Assist with TriCAP’s free tax program!
Tax volunteers are needed to assist with TriCAP’s free tax-prep program. Volunteers will enable them to provide accessible tax services that put 100 percent of refunds into taxpayers’ pockets, often helping them meet basic needs and save for the future. This experience is rewarding and you will gain lots of practical knowledge. You will be working with local professionals as well as building a great resume. Training is provided and volunteers become IRS-tax certified. They are looking for volunteers in all capacities for their sites. Visit www.tricap.org to learn more. Contact the Tax Program Manager at email@example.com or 320-251-1612.
Central MN Arts grant deadline is March 31
The Central Minnesota Community Foundation has opened its annual Central Minnesota Arts Grant round. The purpose of the grant is to support small- to medium-sized arts organizations that make arts more accessible to area residents. The application deadline is March 31.
“The arts are an important facet in our community,” said Greta Stark-Kraker, executive director of the Central MN Community Foundation. “Art education has been proven to help develop problem-solving skills, foster inventiveness and build bridges within communities. By offering the Central Minnesota Arts Grant round, our hope is to continue to bond as a community by supporting and improving the arts programs.”
Focus areas include visual art and performing arts, including dance, music and drama. Eligible organizations must be 501(c)3 nonprofit organizations, schools or governmental entities. For more information about the grant round and specific criteria for each grant round, visit www.communitygiving.org/grants.