The holiday shopping season brings out the athletes in my family. Just try to beat my mom in a 50-yard dash to the clearance rack. If shopping were an Olympic sport, they'd have more gold than Michael Phelps and the free-gift-with-purchase tote to carry it all in.
Under the direction of head coach Dennis Andrewski, and assistants Dan Recchio, Matt Trulen, Nate Trulen and Tony Bednarek, the Tartan Titans won their Section AAA crown and advanced - for the first time - to the 2008 Minnesota State Tournament.
Free Carriage Rides and Visit & Pictures with Santa will take place on Friday, Dec. 12. The Carriage Rides will run from 6 to 9 p.m. and will pick up people at either the St. Anthony Shopping Center or the Autumn Woods Apartments.
This year, keep your holiday dollars close to home. By shopping local in St. Anthony, you can be sure to keep your money at home in the community. According to a study done by Minnesota 2020, for every $1 spent at a local independently owned business, 68 ¢ stays in the community vs.
The Mounds View High School girls hockey team won its a quarterfinal section playoff game last season for the first time in eight years. This year's team returns 16 players from a year ago, a fact not lost on head coach Tom Foley.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan and Karen Hupp of Eden Prairie, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ms. Mollie Catherine Hupp, to Mr. Mark James Dixon, son of Mr. and Mrs. James and Donna Dixon of Shoreview. An early August wedding is planned.
The Ralph Reeder Food Shelf and Operation Joy (holiday toy and gift program) will be working to provide holiday toys and gifts for children living in the Mounds View School District. Families in need can register by calling the food shelf at 651-621-7450.