Funds will support early literacy program
The Stillwater Elks Lodge 179 recently awarded the Lake Elmo Public Library with a $1,500 grant that will be used to fund its “1,000 Books before Kindergarten” an early literacy program.
Oakdale Elementary School held its Annual Volunteer Breakfast on Thursday, May 22. Irene “Grandma” Nuessmeier was this year’s award recipient, who was recognized for putting in over 150 volunteer hours!
Tartan’s Andrew Borowiak is joined on stage by Matt Cory, Tartan political science teacher, as the 18th annual STA2RS Banquet at Prom Center honored the top ten percent of Tartan and North seniors May 22.
Bob Burrichter of Oakdale power washes cars at Redeemer Baptist Church in Oakdale during their “free garage sale” May 3. As garage sales were going on city-wide, here you could fill a bag for free, and even get a meal and car wash.
The 20th annual Llama Magic and Fiber Friends May 11 showcased a number of competitions for llamas and their people, above. Above left, 4-H competitions for youngsters and adult novices had llama handlers vying for ribbons in showmanship, performance, and gelding halter classes. Fiber competition and fleece shows were part of the weekend events.
Photos by Linda Baumeister/Review
Jessica Kiefer of Oakdale, right, and her friend Kristin Wasil from Michigan were contestants on the March 26 episode of “Wheel of Fortune.” The show’s theme was “Girlfriend Getaways,” and the two took home just over $10,000 in winnings. (submitted photo)
Local teacher appeared during ‘Girlfriend Getaways’ week
An Oakdale woman recently appeared on “Wheel of Fortune,” the 31-year-old game show based on the popular game “Hangman,” in which contestants buy letters to solve word puzzles to win cash and fun prizes.