People - Bulletin Area

Thu
12
Dec

Making their lists and checking them twice


Ayden, 5, Logan, 7, and Cullin, 3, Jones (left to right) posed for a photo with Santa and Mrs. Claus on during the event.

Cecilia, 5, Philip, 8, and Anna, 1, Kram (left to right) got a chance to talk with Santa and Mrs. Claus.

The St. Anthony Lions Club hosted the Cocoa with the Claus event for the 17th year at the St. Anthony Village Community Center on Dec. 7.  photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin
 

Wed
11
Dec

Chief Malenick retires after 32 years service to St. Anthony


St. Anthony Village Fire Chief John Malenick on his last full week on the job. (Joshua Nielsen/Bulletin)

St. Anthony Village’s Fire Chief John Malenick is wrapping up a long and distinguished career with the Village this week, and will be bid farewell with a retirement celebration on Thursday at city hall.
Malenick began his career with St. Anthony Village as a part-time employee at the city’s municipal liquor store, where he was quickly promoted to full-time store manager after completing a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of St. Thomas in 1982.

Sat
07
Dec

Wilshire Park Elementary proves once again that generosity and selfless giving is part of the learning experience


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In its fifth year, the food drive for Second Harvest Heartland was the biggest to date.

Sat
07
Dec

Michelle E. Stromme graduated from basic military training

Air Force Airman 1st Class Michelle E. Stromme graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.

Sat
07
Dec

Holiday trimmings

The friendly staff at the Frattallone’s Ace Hardware in Arden Hills gives Christmas trees a fresh cut before the tree goes home for the holidays.

Tue
03
Dec

RAHS student receives Shoreview’s 2013 Caring Youth Award


Ava Witthauer received the 2013 Caring Youth Award, which was presented to her by Shoreview Mayor Sandy Martin, left, and Shoreview Human Rights Commission co-chairs Bob Minton and Nancy Hite. (Joshua Nielsen/Review)

Ava Witthauer of Shoreview has been in the habit of helping others since she was a little girl at Parkview Center School in Roseville -- from raising cash donations for victims of 2004’s deadly tsunami in southeast Asia, collecting thousands of Valentine’s Day cards for troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan, to helping start a food shelf at Roseville Area High School (RAHS).
“She was born this way,” her mother Kim says. “As far back as I can remember she has been looking for ways to help others.”

Thu
21
Nov

A special Veterans Day

A special Veterans Day program was held at Chandler Place Assisted Living in St. Anthony Nov. 11.

Thu
21
Nov

Arden Hills native Becca Wold Freeman inducted into Gustavus Athletics Hall of Fame

Arden Hills native Becca Wold Freeman was inducted into the Gustavus Athletics Hall of Fame. Described as one of the most versatile student-athletes to ever compete at Gustavus, Rebecca Wold Freeman was a three-sport standout in cross country, basketball, and track and field.

Sun
17
Nov

Allison Lach of Vadnais Heights received Journey Grant, interns in Isreal

Allison Lach of Vadnais Heights received a William Jewell College Journey Grant and spent the summer as an international relations intern in Israel. Lach is a junior at the Liberty, Mo. School.
 

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