The Arc Greater Twin Cities has honored Nemeh Sarraj of Spring Lake Park with its “Changing Attitudes” Changemaker Award. The award was presented at The Arc’s Annual Meeting and Volunteer Celebration on May 3 at Golden Valley Golf & Country Club.
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Blaine was runner-up to Mounds View for the Section 5AA team titles with the girls 81 points behind Mounds View. The Mustang boys were 47 points clear of Blaine, which edged St. Michael-Albertville by one point.
Legacy Christian Academy has a chance to defend its Class A state girls’ golf team title after winning the Section 4A meet Thursday at Victory Links Golf Course.
Andover boys’ lacrosse was primed for a strong run through sections and perhaps its first trip to state.
Legacy Christian freshman Josh Peterson helped the No. 3 seeded Lions open the Section 5A tournament with an 8-0 win against No. 6 North Lakes Academy in Andover May 23. Peterson no-hit North Lakes, struck out 16 batters, walked one and hit one batter.
Citizens interested in leading efforts to protect and manage natural resources are encouraged to run for supervisor of their local soil and water conservation district. Two Anoka Conservation District Supervisor’s positions will be on the November 2014 ballot. The filing period is open from May 20 through June 3, 2014. This position is a four-year term and usually requires one to three meetings monthly for which a stipend is provided.