LEAP team members Phyllis Hunter, far left, and Dana Larsen-Ramsay, far right, with Kent Peterson and Karen Eckman. Peterson and Eckman accepted the award on behalf of the city of Shoreview. (submitted photos)
LEAP team members Dana Larsen-Ramsey, far left, and Phyllis Hunter, far right, with Little Canada’s Steve Van Allen and Becky Brenner.
The gardens at Haffeman Pavilion in Shoreview. (submitted photo)
The Ramsey-Washington Metro Watershed District announced this year’s Landscape Ecology Award Program (LEAP) winners last month. The local watershed district has been recognizing efforts made to preserve and improve water quality and natural resources at private residences, businesses and public spaces since 2002, and this year began its first annual Watershed Excellence Awards.
Christmas carols and rang the bell for Salvation Army at the Cub Foods in Har Mar on Dec. 14. The friendly staff at the Ace Hardware in Roseville on Lexington Avenue enjoyed a moment with Santa on Dec. 14.
Terry and Barb Bang sang familiar Christmas songs at the Roselawn Cemetery Chapel in Roseville on Dec. 7. The couple performed a Christmas organ concert and encouraged visitors to sing along and get into the holiday spirit.
The Roseville Area High School a cappella choir, Good ‘Pellas, performed at the Minnesota Department of Education Dec. 5. The Department of Education held a food shelf fundraiser/drive and Good ‘Pellas was invited to sing at the event.
The two most high-profile sports teams at Roseville Area High School during the fall season were the football and volleyball teams. Both had successful seasons that culminated with trips to the state tournament.
Players from both of those teams piled some impressive post-season awards. Here’s a look at those players and their awards.
The North Suburban Evening Lions Club donated $1,500 to two local food shelves at its recent waffle breakfast. Of that, $500 was donated to the Roseville Food Shelf fund. They also made a $1,000 donation to Keystone Community Services.
Peggy’s Holiday Fine Arts and Craft Show happened at the Roseville Oval this past weekend. There were many different types of art to choose from, such as paintings, cute ornaments and more. Another holiday sale will take place at the Oval on Dec.
From left standing: Susanna and Joan Moses. Seated: Monica Moses. (submitted photo)
Three generations of women in New Brighton’s Moses family have collaborated to produce two recently published books.
Joan Quinn Moses released her first book “Roseville Girl” and her daughter Susanna Moses penned a children’s book titled “Monica’s Silent World,” named after and illustrated by her daughter Monica. Both books made their official debut following a book launch and signing event that took place in Maple Grove in October.
The City of Falcon Heights, in association with the Falcon Heights-Lauderdale Lions Club, announces the winner of the second annual sidewalk poetry contest. The Mayor’s Sidewalk Poetry Panel reviewed the 11 submissions and chose the following selection by Jean Miriam Larson of Falcon Heights to be the winning poem, titled “Eventually.” The poem has been stamped into the sidewalk on the southwest corner of the intersection of California Avenue and Albert Street in Falcon Heights.