Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review

Wed
17
May

Roseville League of Women Voters delves into affordable housing

Beginning last year, the League of Women Voters Roseville Area studied the availability of affordable housing in its member cities, Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, Little Canada, Maplewood and Roseville.

Thu
11
May

Volunteers build dressers for those in need


Comcast volunteers partnered with Bridging, Inc. to build dressers for families transitioning out of homelessness as a part the 16th annual Comcast Cares Day, held Saturday, April 22. Volunteers worked on a variety of projects at 14 different sites across the Twin Cities, including Oakdale. In total, more than 100,000 volunteers participated across the country and around the world during the nation’s largest single-day volunteer event. 
Thu
11
May

Oakdale Area Chamber of Commerce scholarship winners


From left to right, Dariah Muhammad from Tartan, Samantha Cortes from Tartan, Abigail Schouvieller from North, Jaime Bonilla from Tartan, Samuel Rosemark from Tartan and Megan Williams from North.
Thu
11
May

I scream for kids’ art at LUV Ice Cream Café


Aria, 4.5, of Oakdale and her mom, Olivia, attended the Art Opening at North St. Paul’s LUV Ice Cream Café April 29. The scoop shop features different artists monthly, and this May the students involved with the Tree-of-Life Home-school Cooperative are displaying their work. This is Aria’s first art show and her piece depicts Rapunzel in bright pink and yellow. The children’s art will be on display through the rest of May.
Wed
10
May

Ramsey County-Maplewood Review people - published February 15, 2017


William Kluge

William Kluge, a member of the Mounds Park Academy Class of 2017 and Lake Elmo resident, has received and plans to accept a four-year merit scholarship to Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York.

Mon
08
May

St. Joseph’s in West St. Paul says goodbye to three longtime teachers


Diana Ostrowski, Carol Day and Nancy Gagliardi have all taught at St. Joseph’s since the 1970s. The group of three friends will be hanging up their teaching hats at the end of the school year.

On the last day of school at St. Joseph’s Catholic School, the final bell will not only mark the beginning of summer but also the end of an era. At the end of this school year three longtime faculty members will retire.

Mon
08
May

Release the goats!


Goats were released into Indian Mounds Regional Park on May 2 to help graze away the invasive plant species in the park. The effort is a part of a partnership between St. Paul Natural Resources and the Great River Passage to restore foliage along the Mississippi River to the original, native plants.

Indian Mounds Regional Park has some new, friendly workers​

St. Paul has hired some 30 to 40 new employees — a flock of goats. 

Mon
08
May

In the world of education, athletics & activities, Wally Wakefield was positive to the end


Lillie Suburban Newspaper staff fondly remember seeing Wally Wakefield at his desk every Saturday morning with a cup of coffee and his notes from the Friday night games.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Former sports editor dies at age 86

Thu
04
May

Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review bulletin board May 3, 2017

Upcoming Events - Click for more details: Upcoming Events - Click for more details:  ‘Welcoming the Refugee: What We Need to Know’; Free little library grand opening; Open Eye Theater puppet show; Toastmasters International weekly meeting

Thu
04
May

Mounds Park Academy expands transportation

Mounds Park Academy has expanded bus services to neighborhoods in Lake Elmo, Woodbury and Stillwater. This expansion is the result of market demand as well the school’s desire to serve current and future families better.

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