Over 100 Kiwanis volunteers from the Twin Cities area gathered the morning of Saturday, March 28, to build more than 80 dressers for Bridging, Inc. in Roseville, for the 9th annual Kiwanis One Day service project.
RAHS senior Michelle Jensen, left, suffered a severe concussion during gym class her freshman year, and still feels its effects today. Now, the Raiderette dancer uses platforms like dance shows—pictured with head coach Brittany Rehling at right—and health classes to spread awareness and education. (submitted photo)
Over the next couple years, 17-year-old Michelle Jensen of Roseville has a few things on her to-do list: ride a bike again, learn to drive, ride a horse, go to Mars, own a pet dinosaur...
Harriet Alexander Nature Center volunteer Bob Friedman (far right), measured the sap that had been cooking and explained the process of how sap is made into syrup to Little Canada residents Michelle, Ashley and Tristan on March 28.
Roseville Area Middle School students Elite Thor, Elizabeth Hansel and Julia Brand were recently named the top three finalists of Roseville’s human rights essay contest, sponsored by the Roseville Human Rights Commission.
Pictured at a dress rehearsal, the Rev. Dr. Tim Berner, principal at Concordia Academy, reminisced and, with coaxing, got into the Conrad Birdie character he played 30 years earlier, alongside 2015’s Conrad Birdie, played by senior Sam Krueger. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
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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)
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.