Lions fish fry, meat raffle set April 15 at Sal’s
The annual fish fry and meat raffle, sponsored by the St. Joseph Lions Club, will be held from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Friday, April 15 in Sal’s Bar & Grill, 109 W. Minnesota St., St. Joseph. All proceeds benefit Lions endeavors.
Sartell Boosters to hold spring social April 22
The Sartell All-Sports Booster Club will holds it annual spring social from 7-10 p.m. Friday, April 22 at Blackberry Ridge Golf Club, 3125 Clubhouse Road, Sartell. The event includes food, drinks, friends, Sabre stories, silent auction, membership drive and prize drawings. Help us support our 2022 Sabre athletes. Visit sartellbosterclub.com.
Lions clean-up slated for April 23
The annual Sartell Lions Spring Clean-Up will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 23 at the Riverview Intermediate School parking lot, 627 Third Ave. N., Sartell. Pickups available by appointment; call Cody at 320-828-6620 for more details. No paints, solvents, oils or chemicals. No gas-operated refrigerators, bare/broken tube TVs or monitors. See ad on page ???.
Attention parents of 2022 graduates
Parents of 2022 grads, please be aware your student should have received an email from the school with a link to an online form to collect bio information to be included in the 2022 Grad Tab publishing in the May 27 edition of the Sartell-St. Stephen Newsleader. Please check in with your student to ensure they turn in the information in a timely manner. Home-schooled students or those attending schools other than Sartell High School are also encouraged to submit their name, parents’ names, school they’re graduating from and future plans to be included separately in the May 27 edition. Deadline is Monday, May 2. Visit https://thenewsleaders.com/about-us/ to submit your student’s information.
Attention parents of 2022 graduates
Parents of 2022 grads and home-schooled students are encouraged to submit their graduate’s name, parents’ names, school they’re graduating from and future plans to be included in the May 27 edition of the St. Joseph Newsleader. If your student attends Apollo, Albany, Cathedral, Cold Spring, Holdingford, St. Cloud Technical, St. John’s Prep or Sauk Rapids-Rice high schools, the schools provide us with names of graduates. Deadline is Friday, May 13. Visit https://thenewsleaders.com/about-us/ to sumbit your student’s information.
Help your Neighbor
Lutheran Social Service of MN provides trusted companionship through their Neighbor to Neighbor and Senior Corps programs. Both programs assist older adults to live in their homes longer, safer, and healthier by providing phone visits and no-contact essential needs deliveries during the pandemic and in-person visits when we can return to them. Senior Companions are 55+ years old and Neighbor to Neighbor Volunteers are 18+ years old. Volunteers are matched with seniors in their community and provide weekly companionship. Volunteers are possibly eligible for a monthly or hourly stipend and mileage reimbursement. Contact Janel Heinen, Lutheran Social Service of MN at (320) 241-5173 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Front desk duties
Anna Marie’s Alliance needs volunteers to help out at the front desk at the Center for Family Peace. Responsibilities include taking phone calls, answering the front door and welcoming guests, assisting with donations of items, and various assistance for staff. Interested? Visit www.annamaries.org/volunteer to learn more or contact Casaundra at 320-253-6900 to learn more about this great opportunity!
Do you love books?
St. Cloud Friends of the Library seek enthusiastic volunteers who love books. They need assistance with sorting books, pricing and bookstore shift help. Volunteers must be 18 years of age or older, enjoy reading, interested in promoting the library and friendly. Contact LeAnn at from:email@example.com or visit http://www.stcloudfriends.com/volunteer.html for more information.