East Side Review

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Calling all candidates!

Ever had dreams of being royalty? Well, the White Bear Avenue Ambassador/Royalty Program might be able to fulfill that hope.

The program is currently searching for candidates to enter its 2007-08 ambassador/royalty competition.

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Letters of Hope bike ride

A silent auction is planned to benefit the Gary Fitch Letter of Hope 2007 MDA Bike Ride on Sunday afternoon, April 15. The auction will be held at the National Association of Letter Carriers Union Hall, 1715 Van Dyke St., Maplewood.

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Get out your walkin' shoes

Hundreds of people will be lacing up their walking shoes Sunday, April 29, to take part in the 2007 March of Dimes St. Paul WalkAmerica event at Lake Phalen.

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From the President... It's spring, could the parade be far behind?

Spring has arrived and planning has already begun for the 2007 White Bear Avenue Parade.

Invitations have gone out to prior participants, but I'd also like to extend an invitation to any business that hasn't joined our association to consider participating in our annual parade.

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3M refutes state's assertion that chemicals are 'hazardous'

The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency considers 3M-produced chemicals discovered in East Metro groundwater to be hazardous substances.

But the manufacturing conglomerate respectfully disagrees.

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North Seniors program set for March 30

Highway 36 development and bird flu will be the topics at the 9:30 a.m. March 30 meeting of the North Seniors at North Presbyterian Church, 2675 Highway 36, North St. Paul. The latest news about Highway 36 construction will be presented by North St. Paul city engineer David Kotilinek.

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Enrichment opportunities offered at Benedictine Center

The Benedictine Center, 2675 East Larpenteur in Maplewood, is offering the following enrichment opportunities:

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It is Friday - Sunday is coming

Many years ago I heard a story about an African American preacher who always had a word of encouragement. He pastored a church where much pain and hardship was endured. He heard many heavy hearts pour out their hurts. As the story went, he always had the same answer and advice.

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Police reports Mar. 8-14, 2007

Thursday, Mar. 8 —Wednesday, Mar. 14

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Special report: Part 1 An apple a day?

As he munches away at his pizza in the Hazel Park Middle School cafeteria, Cameron Jones stops and ponders the reporter's query.

What would he eat for lunch if he were at home?

"Cereal. Reese's Pieces cereal," he says with a laugh.

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