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Harvest Festival Ambassador Program

The Payne-Arcade Harvest Festival is bringing back its ambassador program for 2018. The aim of the program is to select ambassadors to represent the East Side at parades and events in fellow communities.

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27
Apr

St. Paul Public Schools to provide free summer meals

St. Paul Public Schools will provide free meals to children 18 years old and younger though its Summer Food Service Program.

Fri
27
Apr

Artists and volunteers wanted for 9th annual Art in the Hollow festival

Art in the Hollow is a performing and visual arts festival that unites local artists, community members, and local businesses to celebrate the natural beauty of Swede Hollow Park, its rich history, and the talented individuals that make up the com

Fri
27
Apr

District 2 annual community garage sale

The District 2 Community Council will be sponsoring a neighborhood garage sale on Saturday, May 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Residents are invited to have a sale on that day and provide their information to the district council to promote it.

Fri
27
Apr

Free skin cancer screening

Skin cancer affects one in five Americans. When detected early, skin cancer — including melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer — is highly treatable.

Fri
27
Apr

11th annual ‘Living the Dream’ 5K Run/Walk

The Joe Plant Memorial Fund, in partnership with the MN chapter of Parent Heart Watch and the Criminal Justice program at St. Cloud State University, is continuing Plant’s legacy of fitness and community service.

Fri
27
Apr

MN Bicycling Awards to recognize bike-tastic leaders

Towns, cities, universities, and businesses across the state are working to become more bicycle-friendly. Hundreds of dedicated bike educators and passionate advocates are working to spread bike-friendliness in Minnesota’s towns.

Fri
27
Apr

Become a police officer through the Pathway to Policing Program

Have you ever thought about serving your community as a police officer? If you love to help people and want to make a difference, this is your chance to begin a career in law enforcement.

Fri
27
Apr

Time to clean out the garage and basement

Dakota County residents are invited to bring household hazardous waste and electronics to the following drop-offs as well as confidential documents to be shredded on site:

Fri
27
Apr

South St. Paul selects new city administrator

The South St. Paul City Council has announced the selection of Shawn Kessel as its next city administrator. Kessel comes to South St. Paul from Dickinson, North Dakota where he served as the city administrator since January 2009.

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