Aug. 9 Town criers

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Travel basketball opens registration

Registration for the 2019-20 Sartell Area Youth Basketball Association Travel Basketball grades 3-8 is now open. Register online at Register prior to Sunday, Aug. 11, to receive early bird discount. Please see the website for more information on the SAYBA program.

Shoe Bus joins Fare for All

The Shoe Bus will be part of the Monday, Aug. 19, Fare for All program. The event runs from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 610 CR 2. Fare For All has teamed with Good in the Hood to support their Shoe Away Hunger campaign. Gently used shoes will be available for purchase. Adult shoes cost $5 and children’s shoes go for $2. Everyone is welcome. All proceeds go directly to the purchase of food for food shelves. Shoe donations are also welcome.

Sartell Farmers’ Market Mondays at Bernick’s Arena

Sartell Farmers’ Market is open from 3-6 p.m. Mondays at Bernick’s Arena, 1109 First St. S., Sartell. If you haven’t checked us out yet, come and find great produce including tomatoes and sweet corn. Many different baked goods, canned goods, salsa, caramel corn, honey and much more. If you have not met our newest vendor selling coffee, come and check out all we have to offer.

Friday flicks to start tonight at Whitney

Friday Night Flicks, sponsored by City of St. Cloud Park and Recreation, will show the following movies at dusk in Whitney Memorial Park Field C-3: “Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse,” teen night, on Aug. 9; “The Goonies,” throwback night, Aug. 16; and “Incredibles 2,” family night, Aug. 23. Rain site will be Whitney Rec Center. All three free events will have concessions available for purchase.

Applications open for citizens police academy

Police departments of St. Joseph, Sartell, St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids and Waite Park are accepting applications for the 2019 Class of the Metro Citizens Police Academy. The academy is an eight-week course offered to citizens and members of local civic and governmental organizations. Classes are from 6-10 p.m. Thursdays beginning Sept. 5. St. Joseph residents should contact the St. Joseph Police Department for details.  Sartell residents can apply online at and scroll to the bottom of list for the application form.



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