West St. Paul resident Frances Nelson celebrated her 101th year with West St. Paul Council Member Ed Iago, Police Chief Bud Shaver, Mayor John Zanmiller, Fire Chief Mike Potts and resident Jim McKie. (Heather Edwards/Review)
If you make it to 100 years old, you’ve probably earned a day for yourself.
In West St. Paul, residents who reach their 100th birthday are honored during city council meetings, during which Mayor John Zanmiller offers a proclamation naming a day after the resident.
Can’t make the meeting? No needed to panic: as resident Frances Nelson learned recently, there are some benefits that come with age.
Mendota Heights resident Justin Joyce posed with his wife, Betsy, and sons Shannon and Jack after completing his first marathon last year. He’s running again this year to raise money for victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. (submitted photo)
A Mendota Heights resident will be pounding the pavement this fall to help the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Justin Joyce, 31, will be participating in the 32nd annual Medtronic Twin Cities marathon Oct. 6 to raise funds for the victims of the April 15 attack. The fact many victims were waiting for their loved ones at the marathon’s finish line struck a chord with Justin, who ran his first marathon last year in the Twin Cities.
The West St. Paul leisure pool located on Orme Street is ready and open for swimming for folks looking to cool down and enjoy summer. There are plenty of lifeguards on duty and a lot of fun water gadgets to relish.
photos by Linda E. Andersen/Review
A butterfly tries out its new surroundings after a Girl Scouts trooped installed a butterfly garden in South St. Paul’s Lawshe Park June 3.
Girl Scout Riza Kremer posed with one of the new tenants of the butterfly garden she and her fellow scouts helped create in South St. Paul’s Lawshe Park last week.
Girl Scout Juniors from Troop #52811 released live butterflies after planting a butterfly garden in South St. Paul June 3. (photos by Heather Edwards/Review)
If you notice more butterflies around South St. Paul, thank the Girl Scouts.
Last week, members of Junior Troop 52811released butterflies into the troop’s butterfly garden, located at Lawshe Park in South St. Paul. The girls--Riza Kremer, Piper Schmitz and Karli Darrow--completed the butterfly garden to earn their Bronze Award.
Congratulations to Mendota Heights resident David Reyes, who signed a national letter of intent on April 17, to play baseball at Bemidji State University. A senior at Cretin-Derham Hall, Reyes committed to Bemidji State University last November.
Students from Pine Bend Elementary in Inver Grove Heights formed one of 30 teams of elementary, middle, and high school students from throughout Minnesota gathered Tuesday for a nutrition and NFL-themed training camp on the Hubert H.
Left, Jennifer Stevenson, Sarah Hultgren, Kayley Gillson, Marina Ayoub, Alora Quinn, Adelynn Pettee, Sydney Dimapelis, Cheyanne Kippels, Etta Wambolt, Pamela Pettee, and Kyla Kochsiek.
Girl Scout Troop 55171, 5th graders at Kaposia Education Center in South St. Paul, has completed their Bronze Award, the highest honor a Girl Scout Junior can achieve. This award is a leadership adventure to help girls develop confidence, meet new people, and have fun while they make a difference in their world.