People - Bulletin Area

Thu
08
Aug

Mark Eggen

Mark Eggen, M.D. of Shoreview has been appointed to a four-year term on the State of Minnesota Board of Medical Practice by Gov. Mark Dayton.

Thu
08
Aug

Jackie Jones

Jackie Jones of Shoreview has received a Certificate in Leadership Development from Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota.

Thu
08
Aug

Taylor Linn

Taylor Linn of Shoreview is the recipient of an Achievement Scholarship from the University of Minnesota-Morris, beginning this fall.

Wed
10
Jul

Gertrude “Trudie” MacFarland’s 108th birthday


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Friends, family and staff gathered at Brightondale Senior Community in New Brighton on July 2 to celebrate the 108th birthday of Gertrude “Trudie” Rhode.

The youngest of four, Trudie was born in a chicken coop on her family’s farm in Wood Lake, Minn. because the house was under construction at the time. Trudie was the valedictorian of her high school class and graduated from Mankato Business School (others called it Mankato State College) with a business degree.

Sun
30
Jun

73 New Brighton Girl Scouts advance at Bridging Ceremony


Back row:  Rachael Peterson, Leah Damerow, Abigail Rabenn, Megan Lyke, Jeanna Lavalle, Marie Metz, Alyssa Wicks, McKenzie Bohan, Alexa Herman. Middle row:  Claire Devitt, Lyndsey Chies, Claire Hoye, Ashley French, Karen Ketola, Allicia O’Keefe, Selin Toker, Lauren Parrill, Brianna Woo, Jordyn Baker. Front row: Emily Reynolds, Bridget Bohan, Mackenzie Glaser, Elizabeth Axberg, Sarah Bodin, Kathryn Grutkoski, Ellie Litzinger, Samantha Bilotta. Not pictured: Kaylee Caruso and Hanna Norlinger. (submitted photo)

On May 19, the New Brighton Girl Scouts service unit held their first ever Bridging and Awards Ceremony.

Wed
19
Jun

Foundation awards grants


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The Shoreview Community Foundation awarded two grants to the Lakeshore Players Theatre and the Mounds View Community Theater, Wednesday, June 12, during Shoreview’s Concert in the Commons and Community Foundation’s ice cream social.

Wed
12
Jun

New Brighton actor takes the stage in “Joseph”


New Brighton resident Wes Mouri is serving as understudy for six of Joseph’s brothers in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” at the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre. (Heather Edwards/Bulletin)

It isn’t easy being a theatre understudy; you must always be prepared to take an actor’s place if they become ill or are injured. However, if an actor enjoys perfect health, the understudy may never take the stage despite extensive preparation.
“(Audience members) don’t think about what really goes into being an understudy,” noted Wes Mouri of New Brighton, who is an understudy for the Chanhassen Dinner Theatre’s current production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”

Thu
16
May

Peace Poster winners


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Ron Sholl, president of the New Brighton Lions Club, presents certificates to winners of the 2012 Lions Clubs International Peace Poster contest.

Wed
08
May

Sunnyside students train at Metrodome


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Students from New Brighton’s Sunnyside Elementary School were among students from 30 schools across Minnesota that gathered Tuesday, April 30, for a nutrition and NFL-themed training camp on the Hubert H.

Wed
01
May

St. Anthony’s Scott Swanson awarded Villager of the Year


Scott Swanson

The St. Anthony Chamber of Commerce honored Scott Swanson by presenting him with the Villager of the Year Award at the annual chamber meeting on Thursday, April 18 at Jax Café in Minneapolis.

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