Aug. 7 Town Criers

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Farmers’ Market going strong The Sartell Farmers’ Market is going strong from 3-6 p.m. Mondays at Bernick’s Arena, 1109 First St. S., Sartell. Summer is in full swing and so are the vegetables. Corn, tomatoes, beans and much more are now in season. In addition to all the great vegetables you will find honey, caramel corn, salsa, canned goods, and

July 24 Town Criers

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Garage sale fundraiser set Aug. 12, 13 A garage sale fundraiser, sponsored by the Sartell Senior Connection and Sartell Historical Society, will be held from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug. 12 and 13 at the Sartell Community Center, 850 19th St. S. Masks are required to enter the sale and social distancing will be enforced. Donations for the

July 10 Town Criers

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Virtual mentors needed Big Brothers Big Sisters needs volunteers to be virtual mentors to children. Volunteers can attend an information session, be interviewed and meet children through Zoom. This is a one-on-one volunteer opportunity to provide friendship and guidance to a child three to four times a month for a year. Sign up for a Zoom session at www.BigDefenders.org and

June 26 Town Criers

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Firesworks set July 2 Thanks to Coborn’s and Sentry Bank for coming through with a fireworks display next Thursday, July 2, after dark. Enjoy the show from the safety of your own yard! Farmers’ Market open Mondays Sartell Farmers Market is open Mondays from 3-6 p.m. in Bernick’s Ice Arena Parking Lot on Pinecone Road. Summer has arrived and so

June 12 Town Criers

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Sartell school meals for pick-up continue Free packaged breakfast and lunch meals for students in the Sartell-St. Stephen school district will be available for pick-up through June 30. The meals can be picked up from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at the front of Sartell Middle School, newly renamed Riverview Intermediate School. The meals are not available Saturdays or Sundays – only

May 29 Town Criers

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Students will return to campuses this fall The College of St. Benedict and St. John’s University plan to reopen their campuses with the first day of classes scheduled for Aug. 31, subject to state and federal health guidelines. Both campuses have plans for testing, tracing and, as needed, separating. Places for isolation and quarantine have been identified and there will

May 15 Town Criers

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Apollo, Tech diplomas will be mailed to seniors After receiving guidance from the Minnesota Department of Education, the St. Cloud school district canceled plans for a scaled down graduation ceremony for Apollo and Tech seniors. The new plans call for diplomas to be mailed in June. The district hopes to bring seniors and families together for an event at the

May 1 Town Criers

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Make cards for health care workers, first responders Show support and thanks to essential workers from the safety of your home by creating a note of thanks and United Way will deliver it. Visit www.unitedwayhelps.org and click on the Covid-19 Resources page to complete the thank-you form. Help families in crisis Consider becoming a volunteer for the St. Cloud Area