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Community Guide 2013 - 2014
The Ramsey County Review and Maplewood Review
are pleased to present the Maplewood and North St. Paul
Community Guides. Inside you'll find information about
city government, recreational opportunities, schools and
local history.
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Newspapers, a family-owned newspaper and printing com-
pany that has served communities in the Twin Cities east
metro area for more than 90 years.
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ON THE COVER:
In the summertime
Top left, the 2013 Ramsey
County Fair celebrated 100
years of bringing the community
together and having fun with
games, rides, pet shows and
more.
Lower left, Kassandra and
Ayden get up close to sheep.
A variety of eece, fur and
feathers entertained youngsters
visiting the petting zoo at North
Haven's 2012 Summer Festival.
Food, music by the TC Cats,
face and hair painting, and more
drew a crowd. This photo was
a winner in the 2012 Minnesota
Newspaper Association awards.
Photos by Linda Baumeister /
Review
About this guide
Community Information
Maplewood City Information .............. 2
Maplewood History - Facts ................. 3
North St. Paul City Information ......... 4
North St. Paul History - Facts ............. 5
Regional / Ntnl Government ..... 6
In the News
Ramsey County Fair 100 years and
counting .................................................... 8
North St. Paul and University of
Minnesota partner up ............................ 9
Education
District 622 ............................................. 10
Private / Parochial Schools .................. 13
District 623 ............................................. 14
Community Perks
Maplewood Community Center ...... 14
North St. Paul Community School,
Fitness Center & Library .................... 16
North St. Paul Parks ............................ 18
North St. Paul Recreation .................. 19
Maplewood Recreation ....................... 20
Maplewood Parks ................................. 22
Area Attractions................................... 24
Annual Events ........................................ 27
Places of Worship ............. 28 & 29
Business Services .................. 30-32
Advertisers Index ...................... 32
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W
elcome to Maple-
wood, a bustling com-
munity just minutes
from downtown St. Paul. There’s
always something to do in Ma-
plewood, whether it’s hiking the
trails at the Battle Creek and
Phalen Keller regional parks, par-
ticipating in a naturalist program
at the Nature Center, attending
a live theater show at the Com-
munity Center or shopping at
the more than 130 stores at Ma-
plewood Mall.
Maplewood has a long, pros-
perous history. The first Europe-
an settlers inhabited the area
around 1850, and established
farms and small residential
neighborhoods along transpor-
tation routes. Maplewood’s rural
sections gradually gave way to
housing developments, com-
mercial districts, schools, medi-
cal facilities and industrial parks.
The city has always been an
attractive place for businesses
-- both small and large -- and
is home to the 3M international
headquarters.
The suburb has a library, top-
notch golf courses and 30 parks
that provide places to picnic,
run, walk, skate, bike and play
tennis, baseball or basketball.
Come check out all that Ma-
plewood has to offer. This diverse
community guarantees fun for
all.
The Maplewood City Council meets
on the second and fourth Mondays of
each month in Maplewood City Hall
council chambers at 7 p.m.
Maplewood City Hall
1830 E. County Road B
Maplewood, MN 55109
Phone: 651-249-2000
The city of Maplewood operates un-
der the council-manager plan. All leg-
islative power is vested in the elected,
part-time city council under this form
of government. The council consists
of a mayor and four council members
who are elected at large for four-year
staggered terms.
The council adopts policies and or-
dinances and appoints a professional,
full-time city manager to carry them
out. The city manager is solely respon-
sible for the administration of city
business and may delegate authority to
promote efficient use of staff time.
Mayor
Will Rossbach (term ends Nov. 2013)
Phone: 651-484-5427
E-mail:
will.rossbach@ci.maplewood.mn.us
City Manager
Chuck Ahl
Phone: 651-249-2050
E-mail:
chuck.ahl@ci.maplewood.mn.us
Council Members
Bob Cardinal
Phone: 952-564-3806
E-mail:
bob.cardinal@ci.maplewood.mn.us
Kathleen Juenemann
Phone: 651-771-3670
E-mail:
kathleen.juenemann@ci.maplewood.mn.us
Marvin Koppen
Phone: 651-770-5391
E-mail:
marvin.koppen@ci.maplewood.mn.us
Rebecca Cave
Phone: 651-773-7059
E-mail:
rebecca.cave@ci.maplewood.mn.us
CITY of MAPLEWOOD
About Maplewood
Linda Baumeister/Review
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O
riginally a mix of scrub oak
and prairie land inhabited by
the Dakota Indians, Maple-
wood is now a growing suburb that is
home to more than 38,000 residents.
Maplewood’s recorded history dates
back about 150 years. Before it was in-
corporated in the 1950s as the Village
of Maplewood, most of the area was
called New Canada Township.
Early efforts by European-American
pioneers to claim the land were un-
successful, in part because the Dakota
Indians laid claim to the land. Eventu-
ally, the Dakota left the area, allowing
the families to build farmsteads and
stay permanently on the land.
The railroad industry spurred the
township’s growth. The Lake Superior
and Mississippi Railroad became the
St. Paul and Duluth Railroad, which
intersected with the Wisconsin Cen-
tral Railroad. At the junction of these
railroads was a town site, Gladstone,
which was growing so rapidly that
some folks were predicting it would ri-
val St. Paul before too long.
Although their predictions never
came true, through the years, the little
villages of Gladstone, McLean Town-
ship and New Canada Township did
indeed thrive.
In the early 1950s, Minnesota Min-
ing and Manufacturing - now known
as 3M - wanted to expand and bought
a large tract of land in McLean Town-
ship outside the St. Paul city limits.
The New Canada Township Board
wanted to entice the prosperous com-
pany to establish its headquarters
there, and decided the best course of
action was to incorporate and become
a fully functioning city that provided
police and fire protection and other
municipal services.
On Feb. 26, 1957, New Canada Town-
ship officially became a village. Now
all it needed was a name. Village board
members suggested “Maplewood,” and
when one member traced a maple leaf
from his backyard, the city logo was
born.
Maplewood’s “dog leg” shape gives
the suburb a very distinct look when
one views it on a map. It had a popu-
lation of 14,200 when the village was
first incorporated, and has grown to
more than twice that size today. It’s
home to Maplewood Mall, St. John’s
Hospital, neighborhood schools, re-
gional parks, hundreds of businesses
and 3M’s international headquarters
and main research campus.
Fast facts:
• Maplewood is the birthplace
of the Post-it-Note
• The Maplewood Mall opened
in 1974 and now has more
than 130 stores
• 3M has its international head-
quarters in Maplewood
• Former Olympian and three-
time medal winner Amy Peter-
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W
elcome to North St.
Paul, a city that keeps
its past alive and looks
ahead to a prosperous future.
Founded in 1887 as a “working-
man’s community” with indus-
tries and attractive houses that
factory workers could afford,
North St. Paul has been a place
that generations of families have
been proud to call home.
Its downtown district has several
buildings that were constructed
during the town’s early years,
including the first city hall and
Neumann’s Bar, which claims to
be the “oldest bar in continuous
operation in Minnesota.”
North St. Paul has never been
content to sit back and rest on
its laurels. Although the original
manufacturing companies are
gone, the city’s industrial park is
bustling with activity, and com-
munity leaders have led the way
on redevelopment projects both
in the downtown district and the
neighborhoods.
Inviting parks and neighbor-
hood schools are scattered
throughout the city, and Silver
Lake is a popular picnicking,
swimming and fishing spot.
Gazing down on the state High-
way 36 and nearby North High
School is the town’s signature 44-
foot snowman - the world’s larg-
est stucco snowman. A replica
of the city’s logo, its smiling face
offers a message of good cheer
to residents and visitors alike.
The North St. Paul City Council
meets on the first and third Tuesdays
of each month in North St. Paul City
Hall council chambers on the second
floor of City Hall at 6:30 p.m.
North St. Paul City Hall
2400 Margaret St.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Phone: 651-747-2400
The city of North St. Paul is governed
by the council-manager "Plan B" form
of government. Under this plan, all
legislative and policy making powers
are vested in the council consisting of
a mayor, elected for a four-year term,
and four council members, elected for
four-year terms. These officers are
elected at large, and any qualified voter
residing in the city is eligible to hold
office.
The council adopts policies and or-
dinances and appoints a professional,
full-time city manager to carry them
out. The city manager is solely respon-
sible for the administration of city
business and may delegate authority to
promote efficient use of staff time.
Mayor
Mike Kuehn
Phone:
651-777-1216 or 651-747-2422
E-mail:
mike.kuehn@ci.north-saint-paul.mn.us
City Manager
Jason Ziemer
Phone: 651-747-2421
Email:
jason.ziemer@ci.north-saint-paul.mn.us
Council Members
Scott Thorsen
Phone: 651-503-3824
E-mail:
scott.thorsen@ci.north-saint-paul.mn.us
Terry Furlong
Phone: 651-779-8257
E-mail:
terry.furlong@ci.north-saint-paul.mn.us
Jan Walczak
Phone:
651-777-5820 or 651-485-5920
E-mail:
jan.walczak@ci.north-saint-paul.mn.us
Candy Petersen
Phone:
651-770-0742 or 651-249-1981
E-mail:
candy.petersen@ci.north-saint-paul.mn.us
CITY of NORTH ST. PAUL
About North St. Paul
Linda Baumeister/Review
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N
orth St. Paul once had aspira-
tions to rival Chicago as the
most illustrious manufactur-
ing giant in the country. Although that
didn’t come true, the city remains a
warm, friendly suburb that feels like
home to residents both new and old.
What began as a rolling prairie and
oak savanna boomed into a prosperous
city almost overnight. Six churches, 15
factories, 100 cottages and 1,500 peo-
ple quickly established themselves in
the early days of North St. Paul.
Capt. Henry Anson Castle founded
North St. Paul in 1887 along the shores
of Silver Lake, and dreamed of the city
overtaking Chicago. He sold 40 lots for
residential development on his 1,200
acres east and south of Silver Lake.
The North St. Paul Land Company
formed and purchased the land from
Castle.
The United States experienced a ma-
jor depression in the 1890s, and North
St. Paul did not escape the financial
crisis that followed.
The suburb’s residents and mer-
chants got through it by pulling togeth-
er and remaining positive. Neighbors
held “Hard Times Parties” and “Pov-
erty Socials” to uplift the community.
In 1893, a magnificent ice palace made
of 12,000 tons of ice rose 25 feet into
the air at Silver Lake and helped shift
the thoughts of North St. Paulites away
from their financial woes.
Today downtown North St. Paul pro-
vides a glimpse of the past, and many
of the structures have vintage brick
storefronts.
Neumann’s Bar, the longest continu-
ously operating bar in the state, first
opened its doors the year North St.
Paul was incorporated in 1887. It still
has its original mahogany bar and tiny
frog pond in a front window, and re-
mains a popular gathering spot.
The North St. Paul Snowman, aka
“the world’s largest stucco snowman,”
stands at the corner of state Highway
36 and Margaret Street and is one
of the city’s most prominent land-
marks and symbols. The snowman is
a reminder of the city’s former winter
celebration of “Snow Frolics,” when
there was a giant snowman made of
real snow every year.
Driving through North St. Paul to-
day, one can still see reminders of the
city as it was when originally founded.
Although Captain Castle’s dream of
North St. Paul mirroring the accom-
plishments of Chicago didn’t come
to fruition, the community has flour-
ished.
As the song, “A Hundred Years in
North St. Paul” says:
Yes, times were a little slower then, the
trains were sometimes late,
A quarter took you 14 miles in 1888.
Though through the years a lot has
changed, and everything has grown
To me it’s still the place to be - the place
that I call home!
Fast facts:
• North St. Paul covers three
square miles
• The “world’s largest stucco
snowman,” built over the span
of 1972-1974, has a 16-foot
smile
• Bret Hedican, retired pro hock-
ey player, Stanley Cup winner
and two-time U.S. Olympian,
grew up in North St. Paul
• Henry Street is named after
North St. Paul’s founder, Hen-
ry Castle; Margaret Street is
named after his wife; Helen
Street is named after his first
daughter, and Charles Street
is named after his first son
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The Ramsey County Board of Com-
missioners generally meets four Tues-
days a month at 9 a.m. in the Board
Chambers - third floor of the Court-
house.
Ramsey County
220 Court House
15 West Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
Phone: 651-266-8350
www.co.ramsey.mn.us
Unlike most other states, Minnesota
relies heavily on county government
to plan, administer and fund a broad
range of services. State and federal
laws dictate most of these services.
However, some were established by the
County Board of Commissioners. The
county website can be accessed for up-
dated election results.
Ramsey County Commissioner
Victoria Reinhardt
District 7
Ramsey County Board Office
Rm. 220 Court House
15 W. Kellogg Blvd. St. Paul MN 55102
Phone: 651-266-8363
email:
Victoria.Reinhardt@co.ramsey.mn.us
Ramsey County Board Members
Blake Huffman
Phone: 651-266-8362
Email:
blake.huffman@co.ramsey.mn.us
Mary Jo McGuire
Phone: 651-266-8356
Email: district2@co.ramsey.mn.us
Janice Rettman
Phone: 651-266-8360
Email:
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Toni Carter
Phone: 651-266-8364
Email: toni.carter@co.ramsey.mn.us
Rafael Ortega
Phone: 651-266-8361
Email:
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Ramsey County Board Members
Jim McDonough
Phone: 651-266-8365
Email:
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County Manager
Julie Kleinschmidt
Phone: 651-266-8000
Email: julie.kleinschmidt@co.ramsey.
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Minnesota State Senators:
Senator Chuck Wiger (DFL)
District 43
75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
205 Capitol
St. Paul, MN 55155-1606
651-296-6820
Email: sen.chuck.wiger@senate.mn
Senator Susan Kent (DFL)
District 53
75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
205 Capitol
St. Paul, MN 55155-1606
651-296-4166
Email: sen.susan.kent@senate.mn
Minnesota State Representatives:
Representative Leon Lillie (DFL)
District 43B
371 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155
651-296-1188
Email: rep.leon.lillie@house.mn
Representative Peter Fischer (DFL)
District 43A
421 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155-1206
651-296-5363.
E-mail: rep.peter.fischer@house.mn
Representative JoAnn Ward (DFL)
District 53A
531 State Office Building
100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55155-1206
651-296-7807
Email: rep.joann.ward@house.mn
United States Congress
Rep. Betty McCollum (DFL)
U.S. District 4
1714 Longworth House Office Bldg.
Washington DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-6631
access to email through website:
http://mccollum.house.gov
Minnesota Office:
165 Western Ave., Suite 17
St. Paul MN 55102
Phone: 651-224-9191
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R)
U.S. District 6
2417 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington DC 20515
Phone: 202-225-2331
access to email through website:
http://bachmann.house.gov
Minnesota Office
2850 Cutters Grove Ave., Suite 205
Anoka MN 55303
Phone: 763-323-8922
United State Senators:
Sen. Al Franken (DFL)
309 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-5641
access to email through website:
http://franken.senate.gov
Minnesota Office:
60 East Plato Blvd. Suite 220
St. Paul MN 55107
Phone: 651-221-1016
Sen. Amy Klobuchar (DFL)
302 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
Phone: 202-224-3244
access to email through website:
http://klobuchar.senate.gov
Minnesota Office:
1200 Washington Ave. S. Suite 250
Minneapolis MN 55415
Phone: 612-727-5220
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Ramsey County Fair: 100 years and counting
In the News
D
id you know that the Ramsey
County Fair was canceled in
1946 due to a polio epidemic
that infected one out of every 2,649
residents in St. Paul? Or that fair ad-
mission prices dropped from 50 cents
to 15 cents in 1943 as a result of the
Great Depression and World War II,
but now is free?
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tales.
The Ramsey County Fair began in
1913 as an educational venue and agri-
cultural hub where farmers showcased
their best produce and livestock.
As the rural parts of Ramsey County
gave way to suburban living during
the 1950s, spurred in part by the post-
World War II housing boom, the fair
organizers had to adjust the events to
appeal to a new generation of visitors
and emphasize more creative arts ac-
tivities and shows rather than agricul-
tural exhibits.
For many years the fair took place
in White Bear Lake. But residential
growth and the expansion of the White
Bear Lake School District forced the re-
location of the fairgrounds in 1954 to
what was then known as the Ramsey
County Poor Farm in Maplewood. The
fair continues to be held at that site
near the intersection of White Bear
and Frost avenues every mid-July.
In the past, the fair included Dakota
Indian dances, military demonstra-
tions, boxing tournaments, beauty
pageants and even yo-yo contests.
Now fair-goers are more likely see tal-
ent contests, vintage car shows and
puppet-making demonstrations.
But some things haven’t changed in
the past 100 years. The fair continues
to have carnival rides, 4-H exhibits,
displays of local residents’ prized baked
goods and home-grown canned foods,
and booths featuring the “world’s
sharpest knives” and “miracle cures
for whatever ails you.”
And just as it always has, the fair
draws thousands of visitors from
around Ramsey County and the region.
They come for the amazing sights, the
tasty food on a stick, the musical en-
tertainment and the thrill of a spin on
the tall Ferris wheel, where they get a
bird’s-eye view of the county and be-
yond.
The 101st Ramsey County Fair will
take place July 9-13, 2014, and it’s sure
to offer just the right mix of the old
and the new.
Linda Baumeister / Review
Fair-goers from all over enjoy the food, rides, performances and many interesting exhibits at the 100th Ramsey County Fair July 2013.
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N
orth St. Paul and the University of Minnesota will
be teaming up for the 2013-14 academic year, as
the city was chosen to be the recipient of the uni-
versity’s Resilient Communities Project grant.
Last year, the university’s Center for Urban and Regional
Affairs and the Institute on the Environment decided to
form a group called the Resilient Communities Project,
which chooses one Twin Cities metro area community with
which to partner for nine months. This partnership helps
both the students, who receive a hands-on learning experi-
ence, and the community, which benefits from the wealth
of knowledge of the students and their professors.
The Resilient Communities Project focuses on sustainabil-
ity issues facing local communities, and is modeled after a
similar program at the University of Oregon.
Following a competitive application process, North St. Paul
was chosen out of seven cities. The city will partner with
the U of M students on a number of projects, such as fur-
thering the city’s green energy initiatives, creating stronger
neighborhood identities, community branding and expand-
ing the fiber optic cable network, among several others.
The Resilient Communities Project will match specific
city projects with university graduate and upper-level un-
dergraduate courses for fall 2013 and spring 2014. The pro-
gram will contribute an estimated $175,000 in services to
the partnership to carry projects forward.
To learn more about the Resilient Communities Project,
visit http://rcp.umn.edu/.
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The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oak-
dale School District describes itself as
"a community collaborative dedicated
to educating and empowering all learn-
ers to excel in our changing world."
With this mission in mind, School
District 622 provides lifelong educa-
tional opportunities for residents of
all ages. The district's wide variety of
Community Education programs serve
infants, centenarians, and everyone in
between.
From highly trained teachers in its
Stepping Stones preschool to nation-
ally recognized programs at North and
Tartan high schools, District 622 is al-
ways striving to be the best. Staff mem-
bers work with families and teachers
to choose the most appropriate school
programs and settings so children can
find success.
Elementary Schools
Each elementary school provides an
academically and socially balanced
approach to education for students in
grades kindergarten through five. For
each grade level, the district has a com-
prehensive curriculum that includes
essential outcomes, outlining what
students are expected to know and be
able to do.
District 622 offers free all-day, Mon-
day-Friday kindergarten for its stu-
dents. This initiative is part of the
district's commitment to providing a
top-notch education focused on en-
suring academic success for all. The
program is a full-day curriculum that
provides students with a strong edu-
cational base as they begin their aca-
demic careers.
Middle Schools
District 622's middle schools serve
students in grades six through eight.
The middle schools are built around
the "house" concept, in which each
grade has a majority of its classes lo-
cated in one area. A strong curriculum
is at the center of the middle-school
foundation, with grade-level expecta-
tions outlined for each subject. Aside
from traditional coursework, a number
of academic and social opportunities
are offered outside of the classroom.
High Schools
Preparing students for the future is
the core of District 622's high school
program. A comprehensive curricu-
lum is designed to challenge the inter-
ests and abilities of the diverse student
body. Whether students are bound for
college or a career, District 622 staff
work to ensure that all graduates are
prepared for that next step.
College credit is offered for full-or
part-time college attendance under the
Minnesota Post-Secondary Enrollment
Options program and through the Col-
lege In The Schools program. Both
North and Tartan high schools also of-
fer a number of Advanced Placement
classes.
Outside of the regular school day, stu-
dents may participate in athletic team
sports and numerous co-curricular ac-
tivities. In both academic and athletic
competitions, District 622 students
regularly receive state and national
recognition for their achievements.
The North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oak-
dale School District serves all of Land-
fall, North St. Paul and Oakdale and
portions of Lake Elmo Maplewood,
Pine Springs and Woodbury.
District 622 has high schools in
North St. Paul and Oakdale and middle
schools in Maplewood and Oakdale.
Elementary schools are located in all
three of the district's major communi-
ties.
District Education Center
2520 E. 12th Ave.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
651-748-7622
District 622 School Board
The District 622 School Board con-
ducts one meeting per month at the
District Education Center. Meeting
agendas are posted online at www.
isd622.org. Meetings begin at 7 p.m.
About District 622
Linda Baumeister/Review
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Education
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District 622 School Board
Superintendent-Patty Phillips
Phone: 651-748-7410
E-mail: pphillips@isd622.org
Chair-Amy Coborn
Phone: 651-748-7504
E-mail: amy_coborn@isd622.org
Vice-chair-Nancy Livingston
Phone: 651-779-3222
E-mail: nancy_livingston@isd622.org
Treasurer-Michelle Yener
Phone: 651-748-7506
E-mail: michelle_yener@isd622.org
Clerk-Mark Wheeler
Phone: 651-748-7507
E-mail: mark_wheeler@isd622.org
Director-Theresa Augé
Phone: 651-748-7501
E-mail: theresea_auge@isd622.org
Director-Steve Hunt
Phone: 651-748-7502
E-mail: steve_hunt@isd622.org
Director-Becky Neve
Phone: 651-748-7506
E-mail: becky_neve@isd622.org
Elementary Schools
Carver Elementary School
2680 Upper Afton Road
Maplewood, MN 55119
School hours: 9:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
Phone: 651-702-8200
Principal: Sara Palodichuk
Castle Elementary School
6675 50th St. N.
Oakdale, MN 55128
School hours: 8:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-6700
Principal: Allie Storti
Cowern Elementary School
2131 N. Margaret St.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
School hours: 8:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-6800
Principal: Sonya Czerepak
Elementary Schools
Eagle Point Elementary School
7850 15th St. N.
Oakdale, MN 55128
School hours: 8:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m
Phone: 651-702-8300
Principal: Shawn Bromeland
L.C. Webster Elementary School
2170 E. Seventh Ave.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
School hours: 8:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-7100
Principal: Mona Perkins
Oakdale Elementary School
821 Glenbrook Ave N.
Oakdale, MN 55128
School hours: 8:45 a.m.-3:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-702-8500
Principal: Tracy Buhl
Richardson Elementary School
2615 N. First St.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
School hours: 9:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-6900
Principal: Jim Miklausich
Elementary Schools
Skyview Elementary School
1100 Heron Ave. N.
Oakdale, MN 55218
School hours: 9:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m
Phone: 651-702-8100
Principal: Travis Barringer
Weaver Elementary School
2135 Birmingham St.
Maplewood, MN 55109
School hours: 9:15 a.m.-3:45 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-7000
Principal: Pangjua Xiong
Middle Schools
John Glenn Middle School
1560 E. County Road B
Maplewood, MN 55109
School hours: 7:45 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-6300
Principal: Jill Miklausich
Maplewood Middle School
2410 Holloway Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55109
School hours: 7:45 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-6500
Principal: Kevin Wolff
Education
Linda Baumeister/Review
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production of "Grease" in April 2013.
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Middle Schools
Skyview Middle School
1100 Heron Ave. N.
Oakdale, MN 55128
School hours: 7:45 a.m.-2:15 p.m.
Phone: 651-702-8000
Principal: Joe Slavin
High Schools
North High School
2416 E. 11th Ave.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
School hours: 8:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
Phone: 651-748-6000
Principal: Greg Nelson
Tartan High School
828 N. Greenway Ave.
Oakdale, MN 55128
School hours: 8:15 a.m.-2:45 p.m.
Phone: 651-702-8610
Principal: Adam Ehrmantraut
Christ Evangelical Lutheran School
2475 E. 17th Ave.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Phone: 651-777-5771
Gethsemane School
2410 E. Stillwater Road
Maplewood, MN 55119
Phone: 651-739-7540
Hill-Murray School
2625 E. Larpenteur Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55109
Phone: 651-777-1376
Mounds Park Academy
2051 E. Larpenteur Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55109
Phone: 651-777-2555
Presentation of the Blessed
Virgin Mary School
1695 Kennard St.
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-777-5877
St. Jerome Elementary School
384 E. Roselawn Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55117
651-771-8494
St. Peter Catholic School
2620 N. Margaret St.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Phone: 651-777-3091
Transfiguration Elementary School
6133 N. 15th St.
Oakdale, MN 55128
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Roseville Area School District serves
Falcon Heights, Lauderdale, most of
Roseville and a western section of Ma-
plewood.
District 623 Schools
Edgerton Elementary School
1929 Edgerton St.
Maplewood, MN 55117
Phone: 651-772-2565
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15 E. County Road B2
Little Canada, MN 55117
Phone: 651-482-5280
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1240 W. County Road B2
Roseville, MN 55113
Phone: 651-635-1660
Community Perks
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Maplewood Community Center
The Maplewood Community Center is located next to City Hall and is an ever-evolving facility for those looking for
new ways to stay fit. In addition to the traditional weight, cardio, basketball and racquetball areas, there are other ways
for visitors to get active as well. Table tennis, swimming classes in one of the two pools, karate and self-defense courses
are just a few examples. Also available are a theater, Subway restaurant, meeting rooms, performing arts center and
dance classes.
Maplewood Community Center
2100 N. White Bear Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-249-2100
Mon-Thu 5:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Friday 5:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Saturday 6:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
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Adult $8
Family $20
Membership Rates*
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Individual Yearly $450
Family Quarterly $220
Family Yearly $675
Senior Individual Yearly $320
Senior Individual Quarterly $120
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The North St. Paul-Maplewood-
Oakdale School District 622 is leasing
the North St. Paul Community Center
building for the new North St. Paul
Community School. The North St.
Paul Community School is an alterna-
tive program for grades 11-12 in Dis-
trict 622.
The Fitness Center remains open to
the public with month-to-month mem-
berships. Available also are the meet-
ing rooms and the spacious gym.
In addition to classroom space for
the alternative program, the Commu-
nity School will continue to house the
Ramsey County Library-North St. Paul
Branch, which also serves as a valu-
able resource for students.
North St. Paul
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North St. Paul
Community Center
2300 North Saint Paul Drive
North St. Paul MN 55109
651-748-7600
www.northstpaul.net
Hours:
Mon - Fri 5:30 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
North St. Paul Parks and Recreation
651-747-2411
Amenities
• Access to open gym times, gymna-
sium equipped for basketball, floor
hockey & volleyball
• Walking / Running Track
• Medical Reimbursement Program
receive up to $20 ($30 UCare)
from your health insurance just for
working out.
• Locker rooms with showers
• Free towel service
• Meeting rooms and gym are avail-
able for an additional fee for your
for business seminar, private party
and civic group meeting.
• Ramsey County Library conve-
niently located inside the Com-
munity School. Access to books,
videos, DVD's and more.
• Wifi available throughout the
Community School, Fitness Center
and Library
For more information or to reserve a
room contact the North St. Paul Com-
munity School at 651-748-7600.
Ramsey County Library
North St. Paul Branch
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Hours:
Mon, Wed, Sat 10-5 p.m.
Tues & Thurs 1-8 p.m.
Closed Fri & Sun
651-747-2700
North St. Paul Community School, Fitness Center and Library
Community Perks
Fitness Center Rates *
One Two Three
Month Month Month
Individual
$19 $33 $47
Family
$26 $47 $68
Senior Individual
$14 $23 $32
Senior Couple
$17 $29 $41
One, two or three month memberships
available. Purchase a two or three month
membership and save.
Senior: Age 62 and older
Family: Up to two adults and their
dependent children living in the same
household (up to age 21 if a full-time
student). Must show Student ID. If
not a student, age 18 and older must
purchase individual membership.
Youth: Age 8 years and under shall
be accompanied by an adult to enter
the gym. Youth must be at least 13
years of age and accompanied by an
adult or a minmum of 16 without an
adult to use the Wellness Area and
track.
Daily Pass
Youth (17 and under) $4
Adult (18 and older) $5
Senior (62 and older) $4
* "All residents" rate-same rate
whether you live in North St. Paul or
the surrounding area.
Fireside Room
$160 / *$50 Private Party
$220 / *$70/Business
*Per Hour
Fireside Room accommodates up to 100
guests. The room features a lovely fireplace,
choice of round or oblong tables, audio/visu-
al equipment, and a full commercial kitch-
en. You may bring in your own catering.
Polar & Northwood
$115 / *$30 Private Party
$145 / *$50 Business
*Per Hour
Northwood Room accommodates up to 40
guests with access to audio/visual equip-
ment.
Polar Room accommodates up to 30 guests
with access to audio/visual equipment.
Catering Kitchen
*$40 / Private Party
*$55 / Business
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Gym Rental
$465 / *$115 Private Party
$655 / *$180 Business
*Per Hour
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Do you need more space for your holiday get-together, business meeting,
family reunion, anniversary or shower?
The Community Center offers rooms for rent at reasonable rates.
Room rental is quoted for a 5-hour rate or *per additional hour.
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Community Perks
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North St. Paul is a city that mixes
the ambiance of established neighbor-
hoods and mid-century homes with
a progressive community that offers
more than enough ways to stay active
and involved.
North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale
School District 622 is leasing the North
St. Paul Community Center building
for the new North St. Paul Community
School.
The Fitness Center remains open to
the public with month-to-month mem-
berships. Available also are the meet-
ing rooms and the spacious gym.
In addition to classroom space for
the alternative program, the Commu-
nity School will continue to house the
Ramsey County Library-North St. Paul
Branch. See page 16 for more informa-
tion.
Built in 2005, the North St. Paul Li-
brary has a collection of nearly 20,000
materials. Equipped with floor-to-ceil-
ing windows, a fireplace and computer
terminals with Internet access, the
North St. Paul library provides a great
reading and research environment.
The city's Southwood Nature Pre-
serve gives residents a way to engage
with nature while maintaining a
strong sense of community. Volunteers
enjoy helping keep up the area. The
preserve's well-groomed paths provide
a great way to see the colors of each
season.
Ramsey County Library -
North St. Paul
2290 North First St.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
651-747-2700
Mon., Wed., Sat. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Tue., Thu. 1 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Sun., Fri. Closed
Lakes
Casey Lake
Silver Lake
Silver Lake Park
19th Avenue and Lake Avenue
Silver Lake Park was built in the area
where the city of North St. Paul was
first established. Tucked away in a
cozy neighborhood, the park provides
outdoor fun for the entire family.
With a beach watched over by life-
guards, playground equipment for
children's entertainment and other
outdoor fun, Silver Lake Park makes a
great place to relax on a summer day.
There are also tennis courts, picnic ar-
eas, and a fishing pier. In the winter-
time, ice fishing shacks dot the lake as
the North St. Paul Lion's Club hosts
its annual ice fishing contest.
Recr eat i on i n Nor t h St Paul
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The city of Maplewood offers a
wide array of opportunities to en-
hance the body and mind, with more
than 30 parks, a variety of lakes, a
nature center with interpretive pro-
grams and a performing arts theater.
Ramsey County's newest library
is also in Maplewood. The Minneso-
ta chapter of the American Institute
of Architects named the library one
of its seven Honor Award winners
in 2007. The library is conveniently
located next to the Maplewood Mall
and is a great way to escape and re-
lax.
Preserving the past is also impor-
tant to Maplewood residents. The
Bruentrup Heritage Farm build-
ings were constructed in 1891 and
are located on County Road D. The
Maplewood Historical Society hosts
monthly activities at the living-his-
tory farm.
Maplewood is also rich with en-
tertainment and dining opportuni-
ties. There are nightclubs and a va-
riety of restaurants, from national
chains to family-owned eateries.
For those who prefer outdoor ad-
venture, Maplewood's park system
offers playgrounds, picnic tables
and grills, ball fields, woodland and
shoreline trails, and bird watching.
There are interpretive exhibits
and a floating boardwalk at the Ma-
plewood Nature Center. Through-
out the year, naturalists and expe-
rienced volunteers lead a host of
seasonal programs for visitors of all
ages. If you're looking for a better
understanding of land, water, and
wildlife, the Maplewood Nature
Center is the place for you.
Ramsey County Library -
Maplewood
3025 Southlawn Drive
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-704-2033
Mon.-Thu., 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Fri.-Sat., 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Sun., Noon - 5 p.m.
Maplewood Nature Center
2659 E. Seventh St.
Maplewood, MN 55119
651-249-2170
Maplewood
Community Center
2100 N. White Bear Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-249-2100
See page 14 for more information
Lakes
Beaver Lake
Keller Lake
Kohlman Lake
Lake Phalen
Round Lake
Wakefield Lake
Parks
Battle Creek Regional Park
2300 Upper Afton Road
Maplewood, MN 55119
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Afton Heights
63 North Sterling
Youth Athletic Park and
Neighborhood Park 12 x x x x x x x x x
Applewood
822 Sterling St S
Neighborhood Park
8 x x x
Trail loops
x
Crestview
2540 Londin Ln
Mini Park
2
Picnic
Table
Open Space
Edgerton
2001 Edgerton St N
Youth Athletic Park-
Neighborhood Park-School
Playground
14 x x x x x
School
Comm.
Center
Flicek
1141 Frost
Youth Athletic Park and State
Trail Access 4 x x x
Gateway
Trail Acc.
x
Four Seasons
1685 Gervais
Neighborhood Park
10 x x x x x x x x
Geranium
2568 Geranium
Neighborhood Park
9 x x x x x x x x
Internal Trail
x
Gloster
1839 Frank
Neighborhood Park
6 x x x
Goodrich
1980 North St.
Paul Rd
Community Athletic Complex
and Neighborhood Park
24 x
RR
x x x
Harvest
2561 Barclay
Community Athletic Complex
and Neighborhood Park 25 x x x x x x x
Hazelwood
1663 Co. Road C
Youth Athletic Park and
Neighborhood Park 50 x x x x
Internal Trails
x
Hillside
1879 Myrtle St
Neighborhood Park
11
open
area
Internal Loop
x
Joy
2615 Joy Rd
Community Park
44 x
RR
x
Boat Launch
Kohlman
1000 Co. Rd. C
Neighborhood Park
7 x x x x
Open
Play area
Trail loops
x
Lions
618 Farrell
Neighborhood Park
3 x x x
Open
Play area
Mailand
2367 Teakwood Dr
Mini Park
2
Swinging
Bench
Maplewood Hts
2078 Beam
Neighborhood Park
25 x x x x x x
Internal Trail
x
Maplecrest
2101 Arcade St
Neighborhood Park/Mini Park
2 x x x x
Nebraska
2332 Nebraska Av
Mini Park
2 x
1/2 Ct Internal Loop
x
Playcrest
2390 Lydia
Neighborhood Park
16 x x x x x x x x
Internal Trail
x
Pleasantview
1100 Marnie
Neighborhood Park
14 x x x x x x x
Internal Trail
x
Robinhood
2039 Manton
Neighborhood Park
4 x x x x x
Gateway
Trail Acc.
x
Sherwood
2237 Kennard St
Neighborhood Park
15 x x x x x x
Sterling Oaks
1440 Sterling St. N
Neighborhood Park
5
Natural &
Manicured
Sunset Ridge
3020 Frank St
Neighborhood Park
7 x x x x
Park Trail
x
Timber
2133 Atlantic
Mini Park
0.5 x x
1/2 Ct
Sand Vol-
leyball
Loop
Trail
Vista Hills
2480 Mailand
Neighborhood Park
14 x x x x x x
Internal Trail
x
Wakeeld
1590 Frost
Community Park
41 x x x x x
Internal Loop
x
Western Hills
1750 Adolphus
Neighborhood Park
6 x x x x x x x
Sand Vball &
Horseshoe
court
Internal
Trail
MAPLEWOOD PARK FACILITIES
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Battle Creek is the perfect spot for outdoor and na-
ture enthusiasts to observe nature and relax in a quiet
woodland area. There are over 750 acres of oak woods,
meadows, creeks and woodlands. Battle Creek is home
to a variety of wildlife, such as woodland warblers,
great-horned owls, pileated woodpeckers, white-tailed
deer, red fox and raccoons.
With a mix of summer and winter activities, Battle
Creek provides entertainment for all ages, including
biking, hiking, inline skating and cross country ski
trails, plus bird and wildlife viewing. It also boasts ex-
tensive playground equipment, a large picnic grounds,
an outdoor aquatics center and a dog park.
Lake Phalen Regional Park
1615 Phalen Dr.
Saint Paul, MN 55106
Lake Phalen Regional Park is fully equipped for all
manners of outdoor entertainment. The 494-acre park
is one of Minnesota's most popular fishing destinations,
stocked with walleyes and tiger muskies on a regular
basis. Boat rentals and a full swimming beach make it
easy to appreciate Lake Phalen's beauty. A trail around
the lake is perfect for biking, walking or skating. Other
amenities include an 18-hole golf course and an amphi-
theater that seats 100.
Community Perks
Linda Baumeister/Review
Dean Lewis hauls trash up the steep incline out at Battle Creek Regional Park during a
Ramsey County Parks clean up day April 27, 2013.
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Whether you're looking for activi-
ties in the neighborhood or nearby
big cities, Maplewood and North St.
Paul offer a wide range of oppor-
tunities to stay busy. Conveniently
located within minutes of Minne-
apolis and St. Paul, the area has fun
things to do both indoors and out-
doors year round.
On ice
Aldrich Arena
1850 N. White Bear Ave.
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-748-2510
Aldrich Arena has variety of
amenities. Air conditioning, public
meeting rooms, a PA system, ample
parking and banquet services are all
offered. The arena seats over 3,400
and can be tailored to fit most every
need - even if that need is not ice-
related.
On Wednesday mornings during
the summer months, people from
around the area buy fresh-picked
produce at the local farmers mar-
ket located on the north side of the
arena's parking lot. Come winter,
area high school hockey games are
held in the arena. And each spring,
Aldrich is the site of graduation cer-
emonies for schools around the east
metro.
Polar Ice Arena
2444 E. Eleventh Ave.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
651-773-7935
Polar Arena is located adjacent to
North High School and is open Sep-
tember through May. Open skating
is only available during the months
of September and October.
The arena is the home ice sheet
for the North High School boys and
girls hockey teams, the North St.
Paul Area Hockey Association and
the Maplewood Figure Skating Club.
The North St. Paul-Maplewood-
Oakdale School District operates the
arena.
Heritage time
Maplewood Historical Society
2170 E. County Road D
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-748-8645
Get a glimpse of Maplewood's ru-
ral past at the Bruentrup Heritage
Farm. The farm buildings, including
a large barn, house, granary and ma-
chine shed, date back to the 1890s
and sit next to a prairie preserve.
The Maplewood Historical Society
offers events year-round for the
public to connect with the pioneer
days. A Halloween hoedown, holi-
day tea and Johnny Appleseed Day
are just some of the activities pre-
sented at the living history farm. For
more information, visit www.maple-
woodhistoricalsociety.org
Maplewood & North St. Paul Area Attractions
Community Perks
Linda Baumeister/Review
The North St. Paul mini mites challenge Johnson Como during the St. Paul Winter Carnival Mite Jamboree
held at the outdoor refrigerated rink at Phalen Park.
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Heritage time
North St. Paul
Historical Society Museum
2666 E. 7th Ave.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
651-779-6402
The North St. Paul Historical Soci-
ety operates a museum with all kinds
of local objects of historical signifi-
cance, from records and recollections
of the town's 1887 founding through
its present. The Society also presents
monthly lectures and presentations of
interest, from looks at specific aspects
of the area's past to firsthand recollec-
tions of historic worldwide events.
The historical society's brochure
offers a tour of historic spots in the
community, from Capt. Henry Cas-
tle's homesite to the longstanding
schools, churches and businesses that
have contributed so much to local life.
The museum, chock-full of accessi-
ble, interesting items, is open Fridays
from 1 to 4 p.m. and Saturdays from
10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Groups can call to
make reservations for special tours.
Heritage time
Minnesota History Center
345 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-259-3000
Minnesota's cultural background
is a story well-suited for an afternoon
with the family at the History Center.
Exhibits at the History Center range
from celebrations of Minnesota's
"interesting" weather to a retrospec-
tive on how Minnesotans dealt with
the Great Depression. For those with
more literary inclinations, the His-
tory Center also contains a library
chock-full of historical texts dealing
with Minnesota's fascinating past.
With free admission on Tuesday
afternoons, the Minnesota History
Center is a museum that everyone
can enjoy. Visit www.minnesotahis-
torycenter.org for more information.
North St. Paul Snowman
Highway 36 and Margaret Street
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Come take a picture with this road-
side attraction known as the "World's
Largest Snowman" at the corner
of Centennial Drive and Margaret
Street.
Built by the North St. Paul Jaycees,
this jolly landmark was the brainchild
of the late Lloyd Koesling, a town bar-
ber. The finishing touches were put
on the 44-foot-tall stucco snowman in
1974, and every day the statue greets
thousands of Highway 36 passersby.
On the links
Goodrich Golf Dome
1815 N. Van Dyke St.
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-777-0500
Goodrich Golf Dome is perfect for
the serious golfer and his or her fam-
ily as well. Indoor-driving stalls and a
putting and chipping area allow golf-
ers to work on their swing or their
short game with ease. When it's time
to relax, head over to the domed, 18-
hole mini-golf course for some serious
family fun. Visit www.goodrichgolf-
dome.com for information on pricing
and hours.
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Keller Golf Course
2166 Maplewood Drive
Maplewood, MN 55109
651-766-4170
Keller Golf Course has
been a Maplewood fixture
for over 80 years. Estab-
lished in 1929, Keller has
hosted PGA and LPGA
tournaments and is a fa-
vorite of golfers all across
the metro area. Overlook-
ing the 9th, 11th and 18th
holes is a relaxing lounge
with full catering services,
perfect for breakfast be-
fore the round or a cele-
bratory brunch right after.
Manitou Ridge Golf
Course
3200 McKnight Rd. N.
White Bear Lake, MN
55110
651-777-2987
Located in White Bear
Lake, the Manitou Ridge
Golf Course offers players
something few other local
courses can claim: a view
from one of the highest
points in Ramsey County.
See the picturesque vista
of the metropolitan area
as you take advantage of
the course, grass practice
range and two additional
putting greens.
On the links
The Ponds at Battle
Creek
601 Century Ave. S.
Maplewood, MN 55119
651-501-6321
The Ponds at Battle
Creek is aptly named,
with 16 ponds dotting the
9-hole course as a way of
adding extra challenge.
For those golfers appre-
hensive about what a few
water hazards might do
to their score, fear not!
The Ponds is also home
to beautiful flatlands and
vistas for golfing on more
solid ground.
Kids of all ages
Como Park Zoo and
Conservatory
1225 Estabrook Drive
St. Paul, MN 55103
651-487-8200
Open every day of the year.
Winter hours (October-
March): 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Summer hours (April-Sep-
tember): 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Without a doubt one of
the greatest ways to spend
a day, the Como Park Zoo
has everything from seals
to ostriches to polar bears.
Exotic wildlife and adven-
ture await all who visit the
zoo, which is open year-
round free of charge. Not to
be outdone, the glass Con-
servatory provides a quiet,
reflective area for visitors
to relax and enjoy an aston-
ishing variety of plant life.
Visit www.comozooconser-
vatory.org for more infor-
mation.
Minnesota Children's
Museum
10 W. 7th St.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-225-6000
Known as the one muse-
um with no "do not touch"
signs in sight, the Chil-
dren's Museum has gained
national attention as one of
the most unique places for
children to learn while they
play. Visit www.mcm.org
for hours and pricing infor-
mation.
Minnesota State
Fairgrounds
1265 N. Snelling Ave.
Falcon Heights, MN 55108
651-288-4400
The Great Minnesota
Get-Together is one of the
last chances for Minneso-
tans to enjoy the summer
weather! An almost infi-
nite variety of foods, rides
and exhibits greet visitors
as they walk through the
gates, and that's just what's
in sight. At night, live mu-
sic and fireworks help Min-
nesotans give the beautiful
summer an explosive good-
bye. Visit www.mnstatefair.
org for a schedule of events.
Science Museum of
Minnesota
120 W. Kellogg Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55102
651-221-9444
Many people who grew
up in Minnesota can
remember their hair stick-
ing up when they visited
the Science Museum's fa-
mous electricity exhibit.
At the Science Museum,
imaginations can run wild
as visitors learn about the
workings of the human
body or stand in awe of gi-
gantic dinosaur skeletons.
Learning is a lifetime pro-
cess, and the Science Muse-
um of Minnesota is a great
way to enrich a weekend.
Visit www.smm.org for
more information.
Maplewood & North St. Paul Area Attractions
Community Perks
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Independence Day Fireworks
When: 4-10 p.m. July 4th
Where: Hazelwood Park,
1663 County Road C, Maplewood
Details: Enjoy live music, adult bev-
erages, food vendors and fireworks as
Maplewood celebrates Independence
Day in style!
Ramsey County Fair
When: Second week of July
Where: 2020 White Bear Avenue
Details: Since 1913 the Ramsey
County Fair has offered visitors an
exciting get-together for all ages. Fair
highlights include a talent show, fire-
works display, tractor pull and much
more - best of all, admission is free!
History Cruze Car Show
When: 6-10 p.m. Fridays, June
through early September
Where: East Seventh Avenue be-
tween First and Charles streets in
downtown North St. Paul
Details: Step back into the 1970s
and earlier, and enjoy the colorful
vintage cars, the assortment of food
vendors, oldie rock music and more!
Contact: For information on becom-
ing a "Yellow Shirt" volunteer, con-
tact John Pontrelli at 612-801-8107
or Paul Houliston at 651-210-9645.
Fall Parade
When: 7 p.m. the second or third
Thursday in September
Where: Downtown North St. Paul
along East Seventh Avenue
Details: In anticipation of the fall
season, parade participants provide
entertainment as they march through
downtown North St. Paul. The 2012
parade coincided with North High
School's Homecoming Week, and
royalty were crowned at the event.
Tour de North St. Paul 5K
When: 10 a.m. second or third Satur-
day in September
Where: Route winds through North
St. Paul
Details: Every 4 minutes a person
is diagnosed with blood cancer. This
benefit walk, run or bike ride is the
Annual Tour de North St. Paul 5K in
memory of former mayor Bill Sand-
berg. Proceeds go to Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society.

North St. Paul Firefighters'
Award-Winning Booya
When: Last Saturday in September
Where: Casey Lake Park
Details: North St. Paul firefight-
ers are always eager to dish up their
award-winning booya! This event is
a great opportunity to meet and get
to know the individuals serve and
help protect North St. Paul.

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Places of Worship
BAPTIST
Redeemer Baptist Church, NAB
2479 Geneva Avenue N. (Hwy. 120)
Oakdale 55128
651-777-2552
redeemernabc@juno.com
www.redeemerbaptist.org
Rev. Michael Lerud, Pastor
Josiah Quant & Harmony Arco, Youth
Directors
Sunday School: 9:15 am
Fellowship Time: 10:10 am
Sunday Worship: 10:30 am
Sunday Evening Youth Group: 5 pm
Wednesday AWANA, Adult Studies:
6:30 pm (AWANA: Sept. - May)
(Nursery Provided for all Services)
CATHOLIC
Guardian
Angels Catholic
Church
8260 4th Street N.
Oakdale 55128
651-738-2223
www.guardian-angels.org
Fr. Rodger Bauman, Pastor
Fr. Stan Maslowski, Retired
Saturday Mass: 5 pm
Sunday Masses: 7:30, 9 & 11am
Presentation of the Blessed
Virgin Mary Catholic Church
1725 Kennard Street
Maplewood 55109
651-777-8116
www.presentationofmary.org
Rev. Mark A. Huberty, Pastor
Mass Times: Saturday 5 pm,
Sunday 8:30 & 10:30 am
Monday-Thursday 8 am,
Friday 8:45 am
CATHOLIC
Church of
St. Jerome
380 Roselawn
Avenue East
Maplewood
55117
651-771-1209
Fr. Cletus Basekela, Pastor
www.stjerome-church.org
St. Jerome School
651-771-8494
www.stjeromeschool.org
Saturday Mass: 4:30 pm,
Sunday Masses: 8:30 & 10:30 am
Daily Mass: Monday - Friday 7:15 am,
Saturday 8 am; Wednesday 9:45 am
(school year);
Holy Days: 7:15 am & 5:30 pm
Church of St. Peter
2600 N. Margaret Street
North St. Paul 55109
651-777-8304
www.churchofstpeternsp.org
Fr. William Deziel, Pastor
Weekend Mass Schedule:
Year Round: Saturday 4 pm
Sunday 8, 10:30 am & 6 pm
Daily Mass Schedule:
Year Round: 1st Tuesday of the Month
Healing Mass: 7:30 pm;
June - August:
Monday - Saturday 8 am
September - May:
Monday - Thursday 8 am, Friday 9:30
am, Saturday 8 am
Sacrament of Reconciliation:
September - May: 5:30 - 6:15 pm
Year Round: Tuesday 7:15 - 7:45 am
Saturday 3 - 3:45 pm
CATHOLIC
Transfguration
Catholic Church
6133 15th Street N.
Oakdale 55128
651-738-2646
www.transfgurationmn.org
Rev. William Baer, Pastor
Transfguration School
6135 15th Street N.Oakdale 55128
651-501-2220
Saturday Mass: 5 pm
Sunday Masses: 8:30 & 10:30 am, 6 pm
Monday - Saturday Mass: 8 am
Tuesday Mass: 6:30 pm
Monday & Thursday Mass: 6:30 am
Reconciliation: Monday - Friday 7:30-
7:55 am, Saturday 8:30- 9 am, 4-4:45
pm, Sunday 7:30 - 8:15 am
Adoration: Monday - Saturday 7 - 8 am,
Sunday 12 pm - 6 pm
CHURCH OF GOD
Calvary Worship
Center Church of
God
2567 14th Avenue East
North St. Paul 55109
651-779-6955
Rev. Robert E. Dabbs, Sr. Pastor
Worship on Sundays.
Sunday School: 10 am
Morning Worship: 11 am
Children’s Church - Sunday Mornings
Sunday Evening: 6 pm
Thursday Evening Worship: 7 pm
EVANGELICAL FREE
CHURCH OF AMERICA
Hope Church
7910 15th Street N.
Oakdale 55128
651-738-9652
www.HopeChurchOakdale.com
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EVANGELICAL FREE
CHURCH OF AMERICA
Rockpoint Church
Highway 36 Keats & 59th
5825 Kelvin Avenue N
Lake Elmo 55042
651-770-3172
www.rockpoint-church.com
info@rockpoint-church.com
Roy Fruits, Sr. Pastor
Saturday services: 5 pm
Sunday services: 9 & 10:45 am
LUTHERAN
Beaver Lake
Lutheran Church
- ELCA
2280 Stillwater Avenue
Maplewood 55119
651-739-8092
www.bllc.org
Rev. Charlie D. Brown, Pastor
Worship (School Year):
9 am - Traditional
11 am - Contemporary
Sunday School:
age 3 to 6th grade 11 am
“Let us...Grow...Go...& Glorify God!”
Christ
Evangelical
Lutheran
Church
2475 E. 17th Avenue
North St. Paul 55109
Church: 651-777-5771
School: 651-777-1450
christlutheran-wels.org
Rev. Joel Gawrisch
Rev. Matt Hennig
Rev. Jef Mittelstadt
Worship: 8 & 10:30 am
Sunday School: 9:15 am
Monday Evening Service: 7 pm
Hugo: Sunday Worship 9:30 am
LUTHERAN
Holy Cross
Lutheran Church
6355 10th Street N.
Oakdale 55128
651-739-0643
www.holycrosslc.org
Anne Hokenstad, Interim Pastor
Worship: 8:30 & 10:30 am
Sunday School: check website
Oak Hill Campus, Woodbury
Lutheran Church
9050 60th Street N.
Stillwater 55082
651-770-3618
brotend@woodburylutheran.org
www.woodburylutheran.org
Pastor Derek Broten
Sunday Worship: 9:30 & 11 am
Education Hours: 9:30 & 11 am
Faith comes to life!
Our Redeemer
Lutheran
Church
1390 Larpenteur
Avenue East
St. Paul, MN 55109
651-772-2445
www.orlcmn.org
Pastor Karsten Nelson
Sunday Worship: 8:45 & 11 am
Creation Station’s Sunday School: 10 am
LUTHERAN
Saint Mark’s
Evangelical Lutheran Church
2499 N. Helen Street
North St. Paul 55109
651-777-7451
stmarks@stmarks-nsp.org
www.stmarks-nsp.org
Pastor Steven Nelson
Paster Ivy Huston
Sunday Worship: 8:45 & 10:15 am
Wednesday Worship: 6 pm
METHODIST
Arlington Hills
United Methodist
Church
759 E. County Road B
Maplewood 55117
651-776-1547
www.arlingtonhillsumc.org
Carl “Chip” Nielsen III, Pastor
Worship: 10 am
Sunday School for Children
Christ United
Methodist Church
2500 Hudson Place
Maplewood 55119
651-739-8875
Kitchen, Education Wing &
Fax: 651-730-6014
www.whatagreatchurch.org/christumc
Rev. Rachael Warner, Pastor
Worship (with nursery): 10:30 am
Places of Worship
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A/C & HEATING
KEVIN’S
Heating & Cooling Inc.
“Residential Installation Specialist”
American Standard Equipment
•Ai r Condi t i oni ng
•Furnaces •Duct work
30 years experience.
Free Estimates
651-270-0427
AUTOMOTIVE
50 Greystone Ave N • Oakdale, MN 55128
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AUTOMOTIVE
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Lake Elmo, MN 55042
651-770-7699
Monday-Friday 7am-6pm
1Year/12k Mile Warranty
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BAKERY
Maplewood
Bakery
1351 Frost Ave
Maplewood, MN
"The Best Local Bakery
You've Never Heard Of"
651-777-9331
BARBER / HAIR STYLISTS
651-777-2663
2567 7th Avenue E.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
BENS BARBER
STYLISTS
For Men and Women
since 1968
CHILD CARE
• Quality Full and Half Day Preschool
•Transition Kindergarten
•School Age Care
•Infant and Toddler
•Hours 6 a.m.-6 p.m.
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CONCRETE WORK
FREE Estimates
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CONSTRUCTION
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• Outstanding Quality
• Affordable Rates
Free Estimates
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651-436-8975
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DANCE
Celebrating
64 years of
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3000 White Bear Ave
Maplewood, MN
www.larkindancestudio.com
651-770-0764
DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY
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Maplewood, MN
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Monday - Friday 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.
Saturday - Sunday 7 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Business Services
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Business Services
DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY
SERVICES
Commercial & Retail
Dry Cleaning &
Laundry Services
2143 North Division Street
North St. Paul, MN
651-777-1524 / 651-735-6511
tcdrycleaners.com
Locally Owned since 1983
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
EMERGENCY SERVICES /
RESTORATION
Paul Davis Restoration
& Remodeling
680 Commerce Drive
St. Paul, MN 55125
(651) 243-0737
www.restorationstpaul.com
HAIR SALON
Albert's Salon North
Open Tuesday - Saturday
Walk-Ins
Welcome
2510 7th Ave E
North St. Paul, MN
651-777-9122
HAIR SALON
CROSSROADS HAIR
DESIGNERS
2509 E. 7th Ave
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Call for an appointment
(651) 501-5660
Serving Men, Women & Children
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INSURANCE
www.farmersagent.com/mkostelnik
Mary
Kostelnik
2510 E 7th Ave
N St Paul MN 55109
651-777-8108
651-777-8100 Fax
“The nest compliment I can receive is a referral,
thank you for your trust.”
JEWELERS
GregFoote Jewelers
Personal Jewelry Services
1075 Hadley Ave. N., Suite 100
Oakdale, MN 55128
www.gregfootejewelers.com
footeprints@q.com
651.227.7324 Fine
Jewelry
Jewelry
Repair
Stone
Setting
Watch
Batteries
Hours: Mon - Fri
9:30a.m. - 5:00p.m.
Other times by appointment
LAW OFFICES
651-770-0911
2520 7th Avenue E.
North St. Paul, MN 55109
Est. 1985
WILLIAM R. BAUMEISTER
attorney at law
Wills • Estate Planning • Probate
LIQUOR SALES
Complete Selection of Beer, Wine & Spirits
From Absolut to Zinfindal
www.FurlongsLiquor.com
1/2 blk. off Hwy. 36 on Century Ave./120
Oakdale • 651-779-7757
Late Night Liquors - Open til 10
FURLONG’S
LI QUOR
PAINTING
J & G HOME
INTERIORS
Quality Int. Work
•Painting • Wallpaper
•Wallpaper Removal
•Smoke & Water Damage
•Woodwork • Ceiling
•Texturing • Wall Texturing
Free Estimates • Insured • Bonded
Joe 651-426-0288
PAPER SHREDDING
Fast. Safe. Secure.
Monday - Thursday 9-5
Open two Saturdays a month from 8am-2pm
(Call or check website for dates)
2730 Stillwater Rd. • Maplewood • (651) 578-8400
www.doc-destroyer.com
Don’t hand your
personal information
over to a stranger,
shred it YOURSELF!
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PRINTING
For all your graphic design and printing needs, call
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Envelopes • Letterhead
Post Cards • Flyers • Brochures
Booklets • and More
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and printing needs call
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PHARMACY
The Best Medicine for Your Health¯
Rick Hoyer
Owner
Chief Pharmacist
Serving the Maplewood, North St. Paul and
Oakdale Communities For Over 50 Years
Guertin Pharmacy
21 Century Avenue S.
Maplewood, MN 55119
t: 651.735.8781
f: 651.735.6512
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P O W E R E Q U I P M E N T
SERVICE, PARTS & EQUIPMENT SALES
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OAKDALE, MN 55128
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RESTAURANTS
Malts, Shakes,
Burgers, Espresso Drinks
& 30+ Ice Cream Flavors
Established 1980
Lake Elmo, Minnesota • 651-770-2476
Breakfast Served Anytime!
Drive-Thru
RESTAURANTS
651.777.8495
Lake
Elmo
Inn
• •
“World Class Dining Close to Home”
3442 Lake Elmo Avenue North
Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Business Services
7th Ave Antique Mall ................... 7
A-1 Laundry ............................... 30
A&E Concrete ............................. 30
Affordable Automotive ............... 25
Albert's Salon North .................. 31
Anchor Bank ................................ 7
Andrus Built ................................ 7
Arlington Hills UMC................... 29
Austin Dental ............................. 21
Beaver Lake Lutheran Church ..... 29
Bens Barber Stylists ................... 30
Berwald Roofing ......................... 23
Bill Warzeka Construction .......... 11
Boler Express Car Wash .............. 15
Bradley Plumbing ......................... 5
Calvary Worship Center Inc, Church
of God ........................................ 28
Carol Matheys Memorial Center .. 30
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
................................................... 29
Christ United Methodist Church . 29
Clair Wagner Insurance .............. 19
Crossroads Hair Designers .......... 31
Doc Destroyer, LLC ..................... 31
Ecumen-Lakeview Commons of
Maplewood - ................................ 3
Eye Care Centers .......................... 1
Farmers – Mary Kostelnik .......... 31
Finishing Touch Car Care ........... 30
Furlongs Liquor .......................... 31
Garry Insurancecenter ................ 17
Gorman's Restaurant .................. 32
Graffic Traffic LLC ..................... 11
Greg Foote Jewelers .................... 31
Guardian Angels ......................... 28
Guertin Drug Store ..................... 32
Hansen / Stevens Law ................. 11
Holy Cross Lutheran Church ....... 29
Hope Church ............................... 28
J & G Home Int. .......................... 31
Kevin's Heating & Cooling .......... 30
Koller, James G DDS ..................... 7
Lake Elmo Inn & Event Center .... 32
Lake Elmo Repair ....................... 30
Larkin Dance Studio ................... 30
Lillie Suburban Newspapers ......... 9
Lillie Printing ......................... 9, 31
Maplewood Bakery ..................... 30
Maplewood Toyota ....... Front Cover
Merit Chevrolet . Inside Front Cover
Midwest Data, Inc. ...................... 21
National Association of Letter
Carriers ...................................... 21
Nighthawk Security .................... 21
North St. Paul Automotive .......... 15
Northwood Power Equipment ..... 32
Oak Hill Campus Woodbury Luther-
an Church ................................... 29
Oakdale Optical Center ............... 13
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church .. 29
Paul Davis Restoration ............... 31
Platinum Bank .. Outside Back Cover
Polar Family Chiropractic ........... 15
Premier Banks ............................ 11
Presentation of the BVM Catholic
Church ....................................... 28
Redeemer Baptist Church ........... 28
Rockpoint Church ....................... 29
Sandberg Funeral & Cremation ..... 5
St. Jerome, church of .................. 28
St. Mark's Ev. Lutheran Church .. 29
St. Peter, Church of ................... 28
Sullivan Construction ................. 30
T.A. Schifsky & Sons, Inc............ 15
Thorsen, Breidinger & Novak, P.A. .
................................................... 27
Transfiguration Catholic Church 28
Tropiquatics ............................... 31
Twin City Cleaners & Launderers ...
................................................... 31
Washington County Workforce .... 26
Western Bank ..... Inside Back Cover
William R Baumeister Law Offices
................................................... 31
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PHARMACY
The Best Medicine for Your Health¯
Rick Hoyer
Owner
Chief Pharmacist
Serving the Maplewood, North St. Paul and
Oakdale Communities For Over 50 Years
Guertin Pharmacy
21 Century Avenue S.
Maplewood, MN 55119
t: 651.735.8781
f: 651.735.6512
POWER EQUIPMENT
NORTHWOOD
P O W E R E Q U I P M E N T
SERVICE, PARTS & EQUIPMENT SALES
(651) 777/0606
7320 STI LLWATER BLVD. N.
OAKDALE, MN 55128
JOHN. NPE@COMCAST. NET
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PI CK UP & DELI VERY SERVI CE AVAI LABLE
RESTAURANTS
Malts, Shakes,
Burgers, Espresso Drinks
& 30+ Ice Cream Flavors
Established 1980
Lake Elmo, Minnesota • 651-770-2476
Breakfast Served Anytime!
Drive-Thru
RESTAURANTS
651.777.8495
Lake
Elmo
Inn
• •
“World Class Dining Close to Home”
3442 Lake Elmo Avenue North
Lake Elmo, MN 55042
Business Services
7th Ave Antique Mall ................... 7
A-1 Laundry ............................... 30
A&E Concrete ............................. 30
Affordable Automotive ............... 25
Albert's Salon North .................. 31
Anchor Bank ................................ 7
Andrus Built ................................ 7
Arlington Hills UMC................... 29
Austin Dental ............................. 21
Beaver Lake Lutheran Church ..... 29
Bens Barber Stylists ................... 30
Berwald Roofing ......................... 23
Bill Warzeka Construction .......... 11
Boler Express Car Wash .............. 15
Bradley Plumbing ......................... 5
Calvary Worship Center Inc, Church
of God ........................................ 28
Carol Matheys Memorial Center .. 30
Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church
................................................... 29
Christ United Methodist Church . 29
Clair Wagner Insurance .............. 19
Crossroads Hair Designers .......... 31
Doc Destroyer, LLC ..................... 31
Ecumen-Lakeview Commons of
Maplewood - ................................ 3
Eye Care Centers .......................... 1
Farmers – Mary Kostelnik .......... 31
Finishing Touch Car Care ........... 30
Furlongs Liquor .......................... 31
Garry Insurancecenter ................ 17
Gorman's Restaurant .................. 32
Graffic Traffic LLC ..................... 11
Greg Foote Jewelers .................... 31
Guardian Angels ......................... 28
Guertin Drug Store ..................... 32
Hansen / Stevens Law ................. 11
Holy Cross Lutheran Church ....... 29
Hope Church ............................... 28
J & G Home Int. .......................... 31
Kevin's Heating & Cooling .......... 30
Koller, James G DDS ..................... 7
Lake Elmo Inn & Event Center .... 32
Lake Elmo Repair ....................... 30
Larkin Dance Studio ................... 30
Lillie Suburban Newspapers ......... 9
Lillie Printing ......................... 9, 31
Maplewood Bakery ..................... 30
Maplewood Toyota ....... Front Cover
Merit Chevrolet . Inside Front Cover
Midwest Data, Inc. ...................... 21
National Association of Letter
Carriers ...................................... 21
Nighthawk Security .................... 21
North St. Paul Automotive .......... 15
Northwood Power Equipment ..... 32
Oak Hill Campus Woodbury Luther-
an Church ................................... 29
Oakdale Optical Center ............... 13
Our Redeemer Lutheran Church .. 29
Paul Davis Restoration ............... 31
Platinum Bank .. Outside Back Cover
Polar Family Chiropractic ........... 15
Premier Banks ............................ 11
Presentation of the BVM Catholic
Church ....................................... 28
Redeemer Baptist Church ........... 28
Rockpoint Church ....................... 29
Sandberg Funeral & Cremation ..... 5
St. Jerome, church of .................. 28
St. Mark's Ev. Lutheran Church .. 29
St. Peter, Church of ................... 28
Sullivan Construction ................. 30
T.A. Schifsky & Sons, Inc............ 15
Thorsen, Breidinger & Novak, P.A. .
................................................... 27
Transfiguration Catholic Church 28
Tropiquatics ............................... 31
Twin City Cleaners & Launderers ...
................................................... 31
Washington County Workforce .... 26
Western Bank ..... Inside Back Cover
William R Baumeister Law Offices
................................................... 31
Advertisers Index
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less than 70¢ a week. Isn’t it worth 70¢ a week to
know what is happening in your school district, your
city and how your tax dollars are being spent?
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