We get busy in our day to day activities and often forget some significant areas and practices of daily living. The older we get the more we hear comments like: “It just slipped my mind,” or “I just forgot.” The following reminders are reminders that we have sought to remind readers of a few times during the 35-plus years that this column has been written.
Members of the East Side Wrestling Club sweat it out during practice on Monday, March 24. The free club keeps kids in shape and is lauded by the parents of participating kids. (Patrick Larkin/Review)
The East Side Wrestling Club’s youth group has kids from a wide range of ages, from age 7 to 15. (submitted photo)
For the coaches at the East Side Wrestling Club, wrestling is about more than getting in shape and winning matches.
Coach Mason Fong says it’s a sport that “can really kind of build character and work ethic.”
Community members could be making waves in mere months -- radio waves, that is.
Though it’s just in its infancy, a new low-powered FM radio signal for the East Side looks to be a community asset in the making.
Neighborhood onboard, council director says
After a long process, which at times saw community members yelling at Metro State University officials, the two groups seem to have reached a happy conclusion.
The new Visitation School entrance in Mendota Heights at twilight. (submitted photos)
Seniors Nicole Nelson and Rachel Mussell wait in anticipation for the unveiling of the historic stained glass in the entryway of Visitation School.
Students gather for the grand opening of Visitation’s new” Heart of the School” addition.
Students from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade joined together to celebrate the opening of the new “Heart of the School” addition.
Students toured the new space and discovered features that had been hidden beyond temporary construction walls.
Visitation School celebrates opening of new commons area
March 17 was a historic day for Visitation School in Mendota Heights. For perhaps the first time ever, students couldn’t wait to go to school on a Monday.
Money would go to technology upgrades, new building
On May 6, School District 197 will be asking voters to approve a two-question tax-levy referendum that would improve technology, expand early learning and boost the district’s security systems.