Shepherd of the Hills as it stands today. (submitted photo)
Shepherd of the Hills celebrates its 50th
On Sept. 20, a local church congregation will celebrate its golden anniversary. Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Shoreview is about to turn the big 5-0.
The first ever Shepherd of the Hills service was held on Sept. 19, 1965 at Island Lake School. 154 people attended this inaugural service. Fast-forward 50 years and the church is still going strong.
Cities are in the process of approving proposed tax levies for 2016. The levy numbers being approved are maximum increases — once approved, the numbers can be decreased but not increased before their final approval at the end of the year.
Kate Schaefers, left, represented AARP with other executive members at this year’s Pride festival in Minneapolis. (Submitted photo)
Shoreview's Kate Schaefers specializes in midlife transitions
As most people near the middle of their lives, they begin to think about retirement.
But for an increasing number of them, attitudes about work and retirement during the second half of their lives are changing.
A Little Canada resident who recently called the Review newsroom provided a vivid illustration of how fed up the caller and others are with the continuing cacophony of train horns at all hours of the day.
The Rain Garden project that sits on the intersection of County Road E and Victoria Street in Shoreview, next to the Lake Johanna Fire Station, helps recycle rain water and stop flooding in the area. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)
“Light our fire” was the theme of this year's Slice of Shoreview which featured firework displays on two nights. A variety of activities attracted people of all ages to this fun summer event!
(Linda E. Andersen photos/Bulletin)