Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

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Miron will serve as Washington County board chair

 

Fran Miron, commissioner from District 1, will serve as the Washington County Board of Commissioners chair for the remainder of 2016. Lisa Weik, District 5, will serve as vice chair.

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Mar

Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review bulletin board March 30, 2016

Upcoming Events - Click for more details: North St. Paul Lions Club Pancake Breakfast; Japanese Junction; Rain garden rescue; Caring for Cats bingo night; Coloring for Adults.

 

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30
Mar

Oakdale-Lake Elmo Historical Society dissolves without enough volunteers


In 1913, the Eder School was still in use as a schoolhouse. It had no plumbing or electricity, and water had to be collected from the outdoor hand pump. Oil lamps were used to light the building, and a wood stove provided heat in the cold months of the year. (submitted photo)

One-room schoolhouse changes hands again

“There isn’t much interest in young people in history these days,” said Carol Houck, secretary and treasurer of the Oakdale-Lake Elmo Historical Society.

Lack of interest seems to be a trend across all volunteer-dependent organizations, which have been unable to attract people from the working and youth populations. In the case of the Oakdale-Lake Elmo Historical Society, it has been especially crippling. 

In response to its declining membership, the group merged with and recently transferred its collection to the Washington County Historical Society. 

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30
Mar

Community hero donates furnace to family in need


Tami Thurmer and LeRoy Bendickson met March 2 with representatives from the Multiple Sclerosis Society and Pronto Heating and Air Conditioning. (submitted photo)

When LeRoy Bendickson of Mahtomedi received a Bryant Community Hero award and won a new furnace, he knew exactly what to do with it. 

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30
Mar

Harriet Tubman Center in Maplewood receives generous item donation from Tartan High School


Jordan Cich, left, Brandon Ong, center, and Ruth Pee are three of eight students who helped collect donations from Tartan students and staff, and deliver them to the Harriet Tubman Center East in Maplewood.

The Skills USA group from Tartan High School recently completed a community service project that involved collecting items such as clothes, toys, books, toiletries and jewelry for the Harriet Tubman Center East in Maplewood.

Wed
23
Mar

Oakdale, Lake Elmo agree on reconstruction plans for Olson Lake Trail

After a few bumps along the way, there appears to be a somewhat smoother road forward for the Ideal Avenue/Olson Lake Trail reconstruction project.

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23
Mar

Practice Makes Perfect

The Maplewood Fire Department conducted exercises at the East Metro Public Safety Training Center March 12. The propane prop burn building and Class A burn tower are along Century Avenue.

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23
Mar

Community Action Partnership now open in Oakdale

To better serve its Washington County and suburban Ramsey County participants, Community Action Partnership of Ramsey and Washington Counties has opened a second location in Oakdale.

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23
Mar

County board to consider special election to fill Ted Bearth’s seat

The Washington County Board of Commissioners will consider a resolution March 22 to establish a special election to fill the Second District seat.

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23
Mar

3M’s Tartan Park is now in new hands


Hollis Cavner and his team, which includes retired Swedish professional golfer Annika Sorenstam, plan to redesign Tartan Park in Lake Elmo (submitted photo)

A redesigned King & Queen golf course will reopen summer 2017

The sale of 3M’s 477-acre Tartan Park golf complex in Lake Elmo to buyer Hollis Cavner, CEO of ProLinks Sports and his group HC Golf Course Development, LLC, was announced March 15. 

Cavner plans to reopen the golf course summer 2017 as an 18-hole course, scaling back from the current 27 holes. Golf legends Annika Sorenstam and Arnold Palmer will each design nine holes, which lends itself to the course’s new name, The King & The Queen.

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