Gary Hong stands nearby as Charlie Hong raises his fishing pole, sure that he’s caught a fish, only to be the bobber. Fishing through the ice was just one of the many events of the first Phalen Freeze Fest.
Mallory Fenske, signing with North Dakota State, speaks as Jordan Rowan-Stafford, Concordia St. Paul, also was on hand to thank family and coaches. Both left their mark with the Tartan girl’s soccer team.
The sand table was filled with popcorn fun for Bryson, Cain, Phoenix
The Early Childhood Carnival for 2-5 years olds was held at Christ Lutheran in North St. Paul Jan 31. There were games, minnow races, obstacle course, face painting and more. (photos - Linda Baumeister/Review)
The Oakdale Police Department’s team “Frooozen Oooaks” topped their goal with $2,735 raised for the Polar Plunge presented by Law Enforcement for Special Olympics Minnesota. Donning super hero t-shirts they took the plunge at White Bear Lake Ramsey Beach Jan. 31. Over $300,000 was raised by 1,600 participants for an amazing cause. (Review photos by Linda Baumeister)
North High junior Adreon Wadlington (33) puts up a shot guarded by Woodbury’s Michael Carter (1) and Jake West (4). A close game to the final seconds, the Polars lost 58-59 at home Jan. 29. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
“Bacon Bits,” the Maplewood Police Department’s team, made their grand entrance on White Bear Lake for the Polar Plunge Jan. 31. The team came in above their goal, raising $4,880 for the Polar Plunge presented by Law Enforcement for Special Olympics Minnesota. At the event, 1,600 participants raised $300,000. (Linda Baumeister photos/Review)