Oakdale-Lake Elmo Review bulletin board April 19, 2017

Lions Clubs International celebrate 100 years of service

One of the North St. Paul Lions club fundraising projects is the semi-annual Lions Pancake Breakfast to be held at the American Legion Post 39 in North St. Paul on April 23 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The cost is $7 for adults, and a portion of the proceeds will go to the North High Polar Pack program, which is co-organized by St. Mark’s Church. A portion of the proceeds will also go to the North St. Paul Area Food Shelf.

Some current Lions Clubs International projects include International Youth Exchange, Special Olympics, Leader Dogs, the Eye Foundation, Hearing Foundation and Diabetes Foundation. The newest service project of the North St. Paul Lions Club is KidSight, an eye screening program for preschool children. The North St. Paul Lions Club meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month at 6:30 p.m. at American Legion Post 39, 2678 Seventh Ave. E., North St. Paul.

 

Volunteers needed for Community Thread’s ninth annual ‘Spring into Service’

Community Thread is seeking volunteers for its family-friendly Spring into Service event — which matches community volunteers with local nonprofit organizations for this annual service day. Spring into Service allows volunteers to make a difference by assisting with projects such as assembling math kits, sorting food or making tie blankets for dogs. Volunteer activities will occur May 20 from 10 a.m. to noon with a volunteer kickoff breakfast from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at Community Thread, 2300 Orleans St. W., Stillwater.

 Projects support a variety of local nonprofits, including Stone Soup Thrift Shop, EVOLVE Adoption & Family Services and Valley Outreach. In its ninth year, Community Thread is excited to offer new service sites and projects for community members to get involved. Interested community members can sign up to volunteer for a service site of their choice by May 5 online at www.CommunityThreadConnect.org or contact Community Thread at 651-439-7434. 

 

Sign up for your CSA share today

The Minnesota Food Association, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, runs a training program in certified organic vegetable production for beginning and immigrant farmers. Our Community Supported Agriculture is packed with the highest quality local food purchased from farmers in the program.  Become a member of our CSA and you too can support farmers from 10 different cultures practicing sustainable agriculture and building a local food system in our community. Delivery goes to St. Johns Hospital on Tuesdays beginning June 13. For more information or to sign up online visit: www.mnfoodassociation.org

 

Keeping your bones strong to keep moving

Join Oakdale Wellness 50+ for an informative clinic on bone health. Presenters Melynda and Dr. Loren guide us with facts on Nutrition and Lifestyle to build strong bones. Call 651-747-3860 to register. The event will be held from 10:30 to noon on May 6 at the Oakdale Discovery Center, 444 Hadley Ave. Oakdale Wellness 50+ is a volunteer effort working with our older residents to promote health and fitness. 

 

 

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