St. Ben’s hosts Girls, Women in Sports Day
The College of St. Benedict will host a celebration for National Girls and Women in Sports Day at 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10. The community is invited to join us for this celebration and the CSB basketball game vs Augsburg. The 2018 Breaking Barriers Award honoree, Carol Agnes, will be honored at halftime along with a performance by the CSB dance team. Agnes was the first athletic director at St. Ben’s, as well as the first volleyball and basketball coach. All girls and women wearing a sports jersey will receive free admission to this event.
Sartell’s winter market to be held this Saturday
The Sartell winter farmers’ market will be held from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 3 and March 3 inside Sartell City Hall, 125 Pinecone Road N. Get ready for the big game. Items available this weekend include the following: football-themed desserts, bread bowls, popcorn, chicken wings, beef for barbecue, steak, eggs and much more. Come check out the items not available anywhere else.
Hands Across World seeks computers volunteers
Hands Across the World is looking for volunteers as computer classroom assistants. Volunteers will aid in a classroom with simple tasks such as working one-on-one with students, handing out assignments or assisting the teacher. Volunteers will work with the teacher to develop a plan. Contact Brianda, Hands Across the World, at 320-260-1072.
Country Manor seeks visitors
Country Manor is looking for friendly visitors for their residents. Develop a special friendship with a resident or multiple residents in our Care Center. Visit with them on a regular basis, preferably once a week. Establish a friendship with residents and let them know you’re interested in them. Help the residents maintain or regain a positive self-image. Chat about everyday affairs, write letters, play games, encourage participation in activities, take them outside, to see the bird aviary or duck pond. The possibilities are endless. Take some time to listen to a piece of their history and life experiences. Contact Casaundra, Country Manor Campus, at 320-258-8936 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help change the world, little by little
Big Brothers Big Sisters are looking for Bigs. A Big is a trusted friend with a long-term, consistent commitment to provide guidance and support to a child. Bigs meet with their Littles three to four times a month. They offer both community-based and school/site-based mentoring programs. They are currently enrolling Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Big Couples and Big Families. Contact Rachel, Big Brothers Big Sisters, at 320)-253-1616 or email@example.com. For more information, contact Mary Krippner, United Way volunteer engagement coordinator, at 320-223-7991 or firstname.lastname@example.org.