Munsinger and Clemens Gardens are seeking volunteers for two-hour commitments, between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday-Friday or by special arrangement, to help with pruning roses, raking and other garden tasks. Volunteers will be given instructions and supervision while they work. If interested, complete a volunteer application online at the City of St. Cloud Park and Recreation Department as http://ci.stcloud.mn.us/index.aspx?NID=170.
Opportunity Manor’s mission is to prepare any person with physical or mental challenges to live life as independently as possible. Opportunity Manor is seeking activities assistants where you will have an opportunity to spend quality time with client’s playing cards, going on walks, baking, putting together puzzles and visiting. A variety of times and days are available so you can
Spring has sprung and the Talahi Senior Campus is in need of a group of six to eight volunteers to help beautify their campus! They will supply the garbage bags and rakes (if needed). The campus is smaller and would work great for a two- to three-hour group community service project. This can be a day, evening or weekend opportunity!
Stearns County Commissioner Mark Bromenschenkel invites the people of his district to a citizen meeting from 11 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 5 at Cafe Renaissance, 2140 Frontage Road N., Waite Park. This is an opportunity to raise any concerns, talk about county issues or simply meet Bromenschenkel. Citizens are encouraged to stop in anytime during the hour at a
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com Applications might soon be accepted from people willing to fill the seat vacated earlier last month by Sartell-St. Stephen School Board member Julie Zupfer Anderson. The application decision, however, is not yet written in stone. The school board will decide how to open up the vacancy-filling process at a special work session following the regular school
[media-credit id=7 align=”alignleft” width=”114″][/media-credit] John Gross, sports reporter and photographer, will speak at the fourth annual “Lemonade & Laughter” event May 8 in Sartell. by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org When John Gross talks, his rapid-fire phrases illuminate the wide world of sports with one breathtaking story after another, sometimes one running right into the next one in a jumble of
by Dennis Dalman email@example.com The City of Sartell hopes to get applications for the two current openings for Sartell-LeSauk firefighter positions — openings that became available due to retirements. The application deadline is Tuesday, May 15. A third opening is expected to occur this October when yet another firefighter, Bob Heins, will retire after 32 years of service. Applications are
by Dennis Dalman firstname.lastname@example.org Sitting in the outdoor bleachers, some of the Sartell High School students wiped tears from their eyes, some groaned or gasped and some looked away in horror. What they were seeing looked all too “real.” A young woman, perhaps 18 year old, lay dead — face-down on a car trunk beneath the shattered windshield. Her beautiful