The Tropics Water Park at the Shoreview Community Center was busy on Jan. 25. Families can enjoy the pool area and get out of the cold while getting some exercise in the pool. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)
The Minnesota Association of Watershed Districts (MAWD) has recognized Cliff Aichinger, Administrator of the Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District, for his leadership by naming him the 2013 “Watershed Employee of the Year” at its annual conference December 6.
Daniel Bradley from New Brighton is one of 18 Bradley University students to have secured an internship with NBC for the XXII Olympic Winter Games that will take place in Sochi, Russia in February 2014. Bradley is a senior Sports Communication major at Bradley.
St. Anthony Village Fire Chief John Malenick (left) posed for a photo with the new fire chief for St. Anthony Village, Mark Sitarz, on Dec. 12 during the open house for the retiring chief. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)
St. Anthony Village has named 15-year department veteran Mark Sitarz as its new fire chief to replace outgoing chief John Malenick, who retired earlier this month.
Sitarz, 44, grew up in the Village and is a graduate of St. John’s University, where he majored in political science and Spanish studies.
Mrs. Smyth and Wilshire Park Elementary’s fifth grade Chamber Singers sang traditional and classic holiday favorites to the St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce and the staff and residents of Chandler Place on Tuesday, Dec. 17 as they have for approximately 35 years.
A young Villager tells Santa what is on her Christmas wish list.
Families waited at the St. Anthony Village Shops for free horse-drawn carriage rides to Autumn Woods to talk to Santa. This year, the annual holiday event was held on Friday, Dec. 13. Donations were accepted for the Little Kitchen Food Shelf and Gifts for Seniors. Local shops offered free samples and discounts to shoppers while they waited.
Ramsey County Deputy Sheriff and D.A.R.E officer Mary Bergstrom and Lions Club member Ron Sholl of the New Brighton Lions presented dictionaries to the third grade students at Turtle Lake Elementary School.
The book cover of Julie Klassen’s latest novel “The Dancing Master” seemed to come alive in front of hundreds of fans earlier this month.
During her Dec. 12 book launch at Barnes & Noble in HarMar Mall, the Shoreview author introduced readers to Jen Halvorson and Brandon Kaschmitter, who appear as “Alec” and “Julia,” the main characters in Klassen’s 7th book.
Tim Heck of New Brighton, was the winner of the United States Tennis Association Northern Section’s Rocky Rockwell Grassroots Official Award given to an official who has done outstanding work at the grassroots level at a banquet Nov. 22 at the Minneapolis Club in Minneapolis.