Andy, Jim and Matthew Richards love making barbershop harmony. (submitted photo)
What could be better news to a father and longtime barbershop singer than to have his son and grandson announce they were joining him in singing?
That's what happened a few months ago to Jim Richards, 89, of Roseville, who found out his son Andy, 57, of New Brighton, and grandson Matthew, 29, of Blaine, were joining his barbershop chorus, the Minneapolis chapter of the Commodores.
Ann Mlinar Milner, “The Dayton’s Lady,” worked at the store for 85 years. (submitted photos)
City fire department benefits eight months after initial donation
For the second time in less than a year, Roy Quady spoke before the St. Anthony City Council on behalf of his late aunts and mother, in order to present a generous donation in their names to a city institution.
Mrs. Smyth’s Wilshire Park Chamber Singers, made up of 5th graders who auditioned, sang for residents, parents, and St. Anthony Area Chamber of Commerce members on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at Chandler Place in St. Anthony.
Silverwood Park in St. Anthony Village held its kid-friendly Candy Cane Hunt on Saturday, Dec. 13. Enthusiastic candy seekers and their families explored the park looking for the sweet striped hooks and enjoyed horse-drawn carriage rides through the trails. Photos by Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin