The new Fitness Stations like this rock climbing wall focus on upper body exercises so that people who are already walking or running on the trails will be able to get a full body workout.
Area residents who have walked through Oakdale’s Nature Preserve this fall may have noticed several new structures dispersed along the trails. These structures were for the new fitness stations that became operational this November.
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Jordan Kirchner tries his hand at tying snake knots at the Scout-O-Rama held at the NorthStar Museum in North St. Paul Sept. 24. The youth in the community sampled the fun of scouting also with a cooking demonstration, pioneering, fire starting, crafts, and camping tent set-up.
Russ Barrett, from the MN Prayer Breakfast Network, Inc., was the guest speaker for the North St. Paul Prayer Breakfast. He spoke of building community. A North High graduate, David Capistrant gave the dedicatory prayer, emphasizing restored hearts.
The University of Minnesota Raptor Center educational presentation during Prairie Days Sept. 18 included showcasing a red tail hawk and what they eat for dinner. Hawk, falcon … they’re all part of the ecosystem.