Aug. 21 – Sartell – St. Stephen people

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Two Sartell students received degrees from the University of Wisconsin, Madison during an online commencement ceremony on May 9. Ethan Hanson was awarded a bachelor’s degree in biology and Grant Olson earned a bachelor’s degree in finance, investment and banking.


Two Sartell students recently graduated from the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks. Christen Neil graduated with a  certificate. Katelyn Stalboerger graduated with cum laude honors and earned bachelor of arts degree and a bachelor’s degree in business administration. 


Seven Sartell students were named to the spring semester dean’s list for achieving at least a 3.80 grade-point average at St. John’s University. The students are Ethan Berndt, Elliot Edeburn, Benjamin Hoeschen, Matthew Immelman, Brandon Kramer, Matthew Michaud and Spencer Pierskalla.


Five Sartell students graduated spring semester from the College of St. Scholastica. The students are Benjamin Fern, Ethan Kiffmeyer, Rebecca Myrum, Sister Beverly Raway Scholar, and Jack Verkuilen, all with bachelor’s degrees in nursing; and Mark Loscheider, doctorate in physical therapy.


Sarah Corrieri of Sartell earned a Certificate in Teaching from the College of St. Scholastica.


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Receiving the check from the Slovenian Catholic Union are the following: (from row, left to right) The Rev. Ron Weyrens, Liz Legatt, Carol Hlebain, Joanna Pucel, Marge Pryately; (middle row) Ann Soderholm, Carol Spychala; and (back row) Jeff Soderholm, Betty Pogatshnik, Chuck Spychala, Danna Gasperlin, Mike Retka and Jim Bisek.

The American Slovenian Catholic Union presented a check for $600 to the Vibrancy Committee of St. Stephen Church to support the parish’s 150th celebration April 24-25, 2021.  The parish is planning a full weekend of events including two polka masses by the Singing Slovenes of Duluth and a Slovenian crepe breakfast co-hosted by Slovenian group and the St. Stephen Lions Club.  The Slovenian General Consul from Cleveland and the Minnesota Honorary Consul from St. Paul are also expected to attend.


Caleb Skold of St. Stephen was named to the spring semester dean’s list at St. Cloud Technical and Community College for earning a grade-point average of 3.5 to 3.99.


Seven Sartell students have been named to the spring semester dean’s list for achieving at least a 3.80 grade-point average at the College of St. Benedict The students are Bethany Bierscheid, Shelby Hall, Breanna Hess, Lindsey Hoeschen, Haven Licht, Molly Mahowald and Hannah Wohletz.

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