Newsbriefs - Roseville Review

Tue
19
Nov

North Suburban Evening Lions Club donates $1,500 to local food shelves


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The North Suburban Evening Lions Club donated $1,500 to two local food shelves at its recent waffle breakfast. Of that, $500 was donated to the Roseville Food Shelf fund. They also made a $1,000 donation to Keystone Community Services.

Tue
19
Nov

Rosetown Playhouse honored by disability advocacy agency for including all community residents

Rosetown Playhouse in Roseville received the Community Innovator Award from The Arc Minnesota at The Arc Minnesota’s Awards Banquet on Nov. 1 at the Doubletree by Hilton Park Place Hotel in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

Tue
19
Nov

Kinderberry Hill “sparks the spirit of giving”


“Family Giving Boxes” were created at the event, for use at home during the holiday season. (submitted photo)

Kinderberry Hill families enjoyed an evening of giving back at the first annual “Spark the Spirit of Giving” event Nov. 12. 

Tue
29
Oct

Winner of second annual Falcon Heights sidewalk poetry contest announced


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The City of Falcon Heights, in association with the Falcon Heights-Lauderdale Lions Club, announces the winner of the second annual sidewalk poetry contest. The Mayor’s Sidewalk Poetry Panel reviewed the 11 submissions and chose the following selection by Jean Miriam Larson of Falcon Heights to be the winning poem, titled “Eventually.” The poem has been stamped into the sidewalk on the southwest corner of the intersection of California Avenue and Albert Street in Falcon Heights.

Wed
23
Oct

‘Nice costume — is your tail supposed to be burning?’

The same flame that makes the front porch jack-o-lantern glow eerily can set fire to a costume.
Similarly, the big orange candle in the dining room is harmless until Endora drapes her sleeve over it.

Fri
16
Aug

Recycle your old phone books

New phones books are beginning to arrive in Roseville. Remember to recycle your old phone book, and sign up to receive fewer books too.
Residents can put phone books in with all their other paper products such as newspapers, magazines, junk mail, and cardboard that are collected at the curb. Remove any  magnets from the cover first. Don’t include the plastic bag the phone book comes in. Plastic bags need to be taken to grocery stores for recycling.

Fri
16
Aug

Roseville registration is as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5

The city of Roseville has made registering for Roseville’s Parks and Recreation activities as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.

Tue
16
Jul

Fingerprinting services

The Roseville Police Department offers an easy and convenient way to get your fingerprints taken. Private citizens often get fingerprinted when applying for certain jobs  or when completing an adoption application. In addition, parents may have their children fingerprinted for security reasons.

Tue
16
Jul

Brush pickup continues

Roseville’s Public Works crew is hard at work, picking up trees and brush along streets throughout Roseville. On July 8 they began work in the southern half of the  city, going street by street, clearing away debris and chipping larger trees and branches at the curb.

Tue
16
Jul

Volunteer job openings

Application materials for the volunteer opportunities listed below are available by contacting Roseville Area Senior Program (RASP) at   rasp@isd623.org or 651-604-3520. Training is provided for the following volunteer positions:

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