Above are the Hill-Murray seniors involved with at least one of this year’s two holiday shows. Seven seniors are involved with both “Almost, Maine” and “A Very Hill-Murray Christmas Cabaret.”
For the first time ever, Hill-Murray High School, which is known for its extensive theater program, is presenting two holiday shows in repertory, which means the two shows will be alternating performances within the same time period.
Oakdale City Hall, 1584 Hadley Ave. N., is a new drop-off location for unwanted holiday lights. People with disabilities benefit from the program by gaining work experience disassembling and sorting the materials.
The Standards and Excellence Program (StEPs) for History Organizations is American Association of State and Local History’s (AASLH) standards program designed specifically for small to mid-sized history organizations.
The new Fitness Stations like this rock climbing wall focus on upper body exercises so that people who are already walking or running on the trails will be able to get a full body workout.
Area residents who have walked through Oakdale’s Nature Preserve this fall may have noticed several new structures dispersed along the trails. These structures were for the new fitness stations that became operational this November.