March 10

The St. Joseph Lions Club raised $3,407.36 during their chicken-and-ham-dinner fundraiser held Jan. 20 at Sal’s Bar & Grill.  The money will be donated to the Jacob Wetterling Resource Center.


Twelve St. Joseph and St. Cloud students are part of the St. Cloud YMCA Gator Swim team, which competed Feb 19 at the YMCA State Meet at the University of Minnesota. The Gators brought home the high points per capita trophy, again! It’s the fifth time in the past six years. What this means is 29 swimmers earned more points per kid than any other team there. The Gators were the seventh-smallest team with 29 swimmers. They took fifth place overall out of 19 teams.

The St. Joseph students include: Emily Hammond, 11, took fifth place in the 200 breast, 14th in the 100 fly, seventh in the 400 free relay and tied for eighth in the 200-medley relay; and Ella Morris, 10, earned state champ in the 9-10 girls in the 50 fly, 50 back and 400 free relay and third in the 50 free and the 300-medley relay.

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St. Cloud YMCA Gator swim team members include the following: (front row, left to right) Titan Shanley, Riley Quinn, Temesgen Lovett and Joey Krueger; and (back row) Alaina Murphy, Elizabeth Krueger, Ella Morris, Teshay Lovett, Claire Quinn, Emily Hammond, Cambel Shepherd and Sophie Hwang.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


photos by Robin Kremer, third-grade teacher at All Saints Academy.
RSVP volunteers (from left to right) Louise Lenzmeier, Linda Werke, Mary Anne Albert, Duane Otremba, Jo Blanchard, Deb Krueger and Joyce Pohl performed reader’s theater Feb. 24 for the kindergarten through third grade at All Saints Academy in St. Joseph. They shared several stories including Rumpelstiltskin, Patrick and the Great Molasses Explosion and The Dirtiest Man in the World.

 

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