Volunteer Alison Demir explained how a turtle recovers from injuries during the open house at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center.
Wildlife Rehabilitation Center nursery assistant, Colly, explained how x-rays play a role in healing the wounded animals at the center.
Rowan Nesser, 5, had one of the volunteers at the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center wrap the paw of a pretend injured animal while at the open house.
The Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Roseville held its annual open house on Feb. 9. Visitors followed the path an injured animal takes while at the center and all the other procedures and services that are available. photos by Linda E.
Taylor Breid, 8, from Roseville’s Cub Scout Pack 150, tried his luck in the 17th Annual Northwest District 2014 Ice Fishing Contest on Feb. 1 at the Snail Lake Regional Park in Shoreview. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Roseville Area Schools teacher Jenny Eckman was recently chosen as one of only 32 teachers from across the nation to receive a highly selective scholarship that will allow her to attend an Engineering is Elementary conference at the Museum of Science in Boston.
The Arctic Circle of Life was one the many snow sculptures that were being worked on Jan. 25 at the state fairgrounds. (photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review)
Dusty Thune worked on his snow sculpture, House of Thune, during the Winter Carnival’s snow sculpting contest on Jan. 25. Snow sculptures are on display at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds this week during the Winter Carnival.
Winter Carnival attendees raced down the sledding hill on Jan. 25 in Falcon Heights.
For the past 25 years, Nora Cruden, or Ms. Nora as the children call her, has been making a difference in our community through her teaching at Kinderhaus Montessori Preschool. She teaches her students to love learning and enjoy being at school. This is an important lesson they carry with them for the rest of their lives. “Children’s curiosity and the discoveries they make add up to many little rewards that keep me engaged and inspired,” she says.
Barbara Grengs, a retired teacher from Roseville Area Schools, now writes books for middle-school age children.
Grengs’ “Toby Martin Series” can be purchased online through Amazon, Barnes & Noble or through the publisher’s website www.writewordsinc.com.
They say that the first rule of writing is to write what you know. Barbara Grengs takes that rule to heart.
Grengs, a retired teacher, channels her 47 years in the classroom into her “Toby Martin Series” for middle-school students.
The Midwest Youth Dance Theater rehearses for their original performance, “Somebody to Love,” which will debut at the Drew Fine Arts Center at Hamline University Jan. 17 and 18. (photos by Heather Edwards/Review)
Dancers in the performance range from age 9-18.
For listeners, the songs of “Queen” conjure images of football rallies and stadium concerts. But this week, the music of Queen will be combined with dance: modern, jazz and even ballet.
The Midwest Youth Dance Theater (MYDT) of Roseville will premiere their original performance, entitled “Somebody to Love,” at the Drew Fine Arts Center Hamline University 1530 Taylor Avenue St. Paul, St. Paul. Performances will be held Jan. 17 and 18.