North St. Paul’s Friday night History Cruzers car show kicked off June 3. Although there were no vintage vehicles on display due to the rain, the public safety open house kept residents and visitors entertained.
All ages and ability levels are invited to participate in the Maplewood Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) 5K. This walk/run joins together people with and without intellectual disabilities to support Special Olympics Minnesota.
From left to right, back row: assistant coach Mort Warzeka, assistant coach Jeff Audette, Nate Audette, Joe Warzeka, Sam Prokott, assistant coach Pat Kalin, Ethan Kalin, Joey Kuennen, Luke Burney, Charlie Rieser and head coach Steve Esboldt. Front row: Drew Giel, Joe Schoenecker, Austin Ranweiler, Max Ilynkh, Jacob Esboldt, Jackson Giel and Drew Eberlein.
North St Paul’s St. Peter Catholic School won the Catholic Athletic Association city boys A baseball championship on June 2, at East Twins Babe Ruth field. The Raiders defeated Nativity from St.
North High students cheer on cancer survivors and caregivers during their Relay for Life opening lap June 3. North students had so far raised $38,116 as the event kicked-off indoors due to the weather.
ArtPlace America announced June 6 that Maplewood’s Kid City is one of 80 projects that it will consider for its 2016 National Creative Placemaking Fund. These 80 projects are 6 percent of the 1,361 initial applications that ArtPlace reviewed.
Visitors were eager to get out on the water compliments of Wilderness Inquiry’s instruction during WaterFest at Lake Phalen June 4. The free annual family festival celebrating our clean lakes offers fun and learning opportunities.