In honor of Ted Bearth’s memory, his family will lead the parade as this year’s grand marshals. Bearth was a community leader who helped start Summerfest, and who reveled in the excitement of its events.
Family of the parade’s namesake will be grand marshals
Summer is here, and while water enthusiasts and pets enjoy swimming and boating when the weather is calm and sunny, these conditions are also perfect for growing blue-green algae. This can be harmful to both people and animals.
Above, Sen. Foung Hawj speaks at the East Side Freedom Library second anniversary celebration on June 2. The event saw about 50 or more attendees. Below, the library unveiled it’s new “visual identity.” (Marjorie Otto photos/Review)
Two years ago the East Side Freedom Library was established with the goal of serving the East Side, honoring its ever-changing culture and the area’s history.
The Arcade and Hawthorne contaminated site has been added the the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s “Superfund list” in order to receive state funding for further testing and cleanup. (courtesy of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency)
Arcade Street neighborhood added to state funding list for further testing
Alyssa Downwind, a student at the American Indian Magnet School in the Dayton’s Bluff neighberhood, has her History Day project on display at the Madeline Island Museum in Bayfield, Wisconsin. (submitted photos)
Seventh-grader Alyssa Downwind never thought her History Day project would one day be at a museum.