People - Roseville Review

Thu
05
Mar

Roseville Citizens Police Academy

Roseville residents are invited to participate in the 2015 Citizens Police Academy, an eight-week, behind-the-scenes look at the Roseville Police Department.

Thu
05
Mar

Shining bright at the library

The Roseville Library recently installed a super-size Lite-Brite fixture in the children’s area. William Moeller, 5, had fun playing with friends on a recent Saturday afternoon. (Linda E. Andersen/Review)
 

Tue
03
Mar

Don Zibell is the ‘poster child’ for making a difference in Roseville

Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)
Don Zibell of Roseville sits at his desk surrounded by working papers, some for his accounting practice at Boulay, Heutmaker and Zibell, and some for the North Suburban Community Foundation, which he started and shepherded through the last 34 years. (Pamela O’Meara/Review)

When local community and school groups need a little extra money for their programs, the North Suburban Community Foundation is eager help them apply for a grant.

Thu
26
Feb

Roseville Little Canada Review People - 2-24-15

Scott Herbst of Lauderdale and Victoria Housewright of Roseville recently received a scholarship from the Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA) Foundation.

Tue
24
Feb

Wanted: a few good senior citizens

2014 was the first year volunteers from the Roseville Area Senior Program joined Fairview Alternative High School students in the classroom as mentors. (submitted photo)
2014 was the first year volunteers from the Roseville Area Senior Program joined Fairview Alternative High School students in the classroom as mentors. (submitted photo)

FAHS students learn from volunteer mentors

It’s not every day that silver-haired adults are asked to attend high school classes.

Tue
17
Feb

Northeast Youth and Family Services presents 2015 Service to Youth Awards

The recipients of Northeast Youth and Family Services 2015 Service to Youth Awards. From top left, Jack Marchiafava, Robert Madison, Aleksander Westlund, Dr. John Thein, Patricia Bentley, Marre Jo Sager, Cheryl Wason and Isaac Tuma.
The recipients of Northeast Youth and Family Services 2015 Service to Youth Awards. From top left, Jack Marchiafava, Robert Madison, Aleksander Westlund, Dr. John Thein, Patricia Bentley, Marre Jo Sager, Cheryl Wason and Isaac Tuma. (photo courtesy of NYFS)

Each year, Northeast Youth and Family Services honors people in the area who demonstrate a commitment to the community and the young people who live within it with its Service to Youth Awards. NYFS President and CEO Jerry Hromatka says there's a simple reason why.

Tue
03
Feb

A barbershop trifecta: three generations in harmony

Andy, Jim and Matthew Richards love making barbershop harmony.
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.

Tue
06
Jan

News and notes

Jesper Horsted
Jesper Horsted

Horsted chooses Princeton

Wed
24
Dec

No wrapping: 97-year-old’s gift is in song

Around a dozen Edgerton Elementary 4-5-6th-grade choir members made a surpise caroling visit with Cecilia Gresback, a 97-year old Maplewood resident Dec. 16. Next, the singers were off to the Maplewood Mall for a singing engagement.
Around a dozen Edgerton Elementary 4-5-6th-grade choir members made a surpise caroling visit with Cecilia Gresback, a 97-year old Maplewood resident Dec. 16. Next, the singers were off to the Maplewood Mall for a singing engagement. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

Carolers sent from across the country
The scene: following a fresh sprinkling of snow, 14 young carolers from Edgerton Elementary School file into Cecilia Gresback’s living room, filling her Maplewood home with song and good tidings. The 97-year-old rocks her chair back and forth and claps her hands, keeping tempo with the carolers as they sing “Holly Jolly Christmas” with a keyboard accompaniment.
Her daughter, Rita Shor, sitting by her side, can hardly keep her eyes dry.

Fri
19
Dec

Former Ramsey High School coach receives honor

ISD 623 Superintendent Dr. John Thein congratulated Ken Bergstedt this fall after announcing the wrestling complex would be named in his honor.
ISD 623 Superintendent Dr. John Thein congratulated Ken Bergstedt this fall after announcing the wrestling complex would be named in his honor. (submitted photo)

For 32 years, Ken Bergstedt taught and coached at Alexander Ramsey High School in Roseville. All that work earned him a number of honors and commendations, and he picked up another last week.

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