Wed, May 27 - Dundas 14, Hastings 0

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Thu, 05/28/2015 - 8:56pm
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E Hastings Hawks 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 x x   0 4 3 Dundas 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 1   14 16 1

W - Neuger (3-0)  L - Flack  HR - None
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Rotary Cogwheel | 05.28.2015

Northfield Rotary Club - Tue, 05/26/2015 - 1:08pm

Today: Michael Maas, RSVP Retired Volunteers (Blaha)

Birthdays: Joe Hargis (5/29)

Next Week: TBA

Last Week:

Memorial Day was originally called “Decoration Day.” It was created at the end of the Civil War to pay tribute to the 600,000 casualties from that brutal internecine conflict.

With Memorial Day close at hand, Tim Madigan invited members to pay tribute to people who had inspired them or made a difference in their lives. Peggy Prowe and Adrian Thomas both gave a nod to their grandmothers.

Peggy’s grandmother modeled patience, generosity, justice and culinary skills. As a young person growing up in Topeka, Kansas, Peggy was puzzled by the segregation that forced African Americans to use the back door of her grandfather’s pharmacy and to only order take out from the lunch counter. Her grandmother addressed the injustice in her own way, underwriting the education of a local African American student, who became Kansas’s first licensed African American pharmacist.

Adrian’s grandmother was Dagmar Tisdale, a local potter. He grew up in her house where she provided him unconditional love and acceptance. She was a constant in his life and helped him identify his passions, which have shaped his career choice.

Vicki Dilley does not remember the name of the woman who inspired her, but she said she will never forget her generous actions.

A family emergency forced Vicki to drop out of college to care for a younger sister. The catch was Vicki had missed the deadline for withdrawing from classes. She was faced with the prospect of paying for a semester she could not attend and could not afford. Consequently, she would receive Fs for all of those phantom classes.

A Dean of Students at Augustana College broke with school policy and quietly back-dated Vicki’s petition to withdraw, sparing her a heavy drag on her academic record. Vicki went on to graduate from another college, but never forgot the helping hand from that Dean of Students.

Guests: Kirsten Cahoon and Mirwais Wakil (Weber); Kris Estenson, Pat and Dave VanWylen (Estenson)

 Paul Harris Fellowship:

Pat and Dave VanWylen received a Paul Harris Fellowship in honor of their many contributions to the community. They are moving to Holland, Michigan this summer where Dave has been named Dean of Natural and Applied Science at Hope College. The VanWylen’s have been active in civic, faith and school circles. Kris and Rick Estenson sponsored the fellowship.

Scholarship Enhancement: Judy Brown-Wescott


— Charlie Cogan reported that the district foundation approved a matching grant for Northfield’s skateboard park. The Faribault Rotary Club contributed $250 and two other matching grants will be considered in the next fiscal year. He also announced a $10,000 grant from Southeastern Minnesota Arts Council for Rotary Outdoor Musical Plaza (ROMP). Our original donation of $15,000 has been leveraged another $12,000 from Rotary sources. For more on this, go to:

— Mirwais Wakil, our Global Grant Scholarship recipient, said he will study Refugee and Forced Migration Studies next year at Oxford University in Great Britain. The St. Olaf College graduate has more than a passing interest in the topic. Forced migration is a large part of his personal story. He made his way from his homeland of Afghanistan to Sweden and ultimately to the United States and St. Olaf College. He said he wants to repay those who helped him on his journey by helping others and making this a better world.

— Jon Snodgrass says golf in the upcoming Northfield Lions Tom Blaisdell Golf Tournament; Pat O’Neill said be careful.

Outbound Students 2015-16

  • Beimers, Henry – Norway
  • Beimers, William – Brazil
  • Carlson, Samuel -Argentina
  • Estrada, Gabriella – France
  • Hahn, Erin – Thailand
  • Hodel, Christoph – Indonesia
  • Kelley, Caitlin – Chile
  • Lunderby, Jack – Brazil
  • Mandsager, Erik – Zimbabwe
  • Martinez, Odalys – Japan
  • Muir, Mason – Taiwan
  • Olson, Josiah – Colombia
  • Regnier, Eli – Brazil
  • Rodriguez-Vazquez,Leslie – Brazil
  • Scheffert, Jenna – Italy
  • Seitz, Zoe – Denmark
  • Washburn Chapman, AhnaCole – South Africa
  • Woitalla, Jessica – Brazil.

Past Northfield Rotary Club meeting videos on YouTube

Coming Up

June 11 — David Wee, All Things Baseball (S. Richardson)

June 18 — Nick Haggenmiller, Northfield City Administrator

June 25 — Leonard Francis Vibbi, Sierra Leone Project (Weber)

July 2 — Rachel Estrella, Classification, and Changing of the Guard.

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Rice County Mental Health Collective seeks interim coordinator

Northfield Healthy Community Initiative - Tue, 05/26/2015 - 10:36am

The Rice County Mental Health Collective seeks a part-time, interim coordinator.  The coordinator will oversee the coalition’s efforts as a leave replacement from mid-July 2015 through mid-February 2016.

For a complete job description, click HERE.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, résumé, and the contact information for three professional references to: Zach Pruitt, HCI Executive Director (  Application review will begin on June 1, 2015, and will continue until the position is filled.

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Mon, May 25 - Dundas 10, Northfield 9

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Mon, 05/25/2015 - 11:55pm
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E Dundas 0 5 1 0 0 0 1 3 0   10 18 3 Northfield Knights 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 6 1   9 12 2

W - Mathison (2-0)  L - Melland  S - Ruud (1)  HR - T. Jones (2), D. Picha
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Spring 2015 slide show

Cannon Valley Elder Collegium - Mon, 05/25/2015 - 2:12pm
  • Richard O'Meara taught "Falling Upward"--Richard Rohr on the Spiritual Journey.
  • His class met at Kildahl Park Pointe.
  • Richard Collman discussed The Celts
  • They were at VOC.
  • Jim Holden taught Mark Twain.
  • His special guest, Wm. Cosgrove, a Twain impersonator, drew a large crowd.
  • They were at the Senior Center.
  • Gary Wagenbach and Alan Anderson presented Developing Climate Literacy.
  • They met at the Methodist Church. Notice that one of his students was wrapped in tinfoil insulation.
  • Energy! --We all want it.
  • Solveig Zempel gave The Plays of Henrik Ibsen
  • They met at VOC.
  • Bruce Benson discussed "Classic Sermons".
  • They were also at VOC.
  • Bill Woehrlin presented "Putin's Russia".
  • We were at the Senior Center.
  • Mary Wood discussed "Letters from Japan."
  • This was at the Fireside Rm, NRC.
  • Jerry Mohrig taught The History and Chemistry of Cooking.
  • His students at VOC were a quick study.
  • David Norman taught Hunger in a World of Plenty.
  • They were at VOC.
  • Bob Flaten gave another popular course on Great Decisions.
  • They were at the Nygaard Theater.
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Sun, May 24 - Game vs Hastings postponed

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Sun, 05/24/2015 - 12:23pm

The game Sunday vs the Hastings Hawks has been postponed due to rain. Game to be played Wed, May 27. 7:30 start.

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Pet Therapy with Reggie

Laura Baker Services Association - Fri, 05/22/2015 - 12:17pm

Thank you Penny for bringing Reggie in for a Pet Therapy visit on Thursday. He brought a smile to all of our faces!

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City of Northfield’s Youth Leadership Academy – Apply Today!

Northfield Healthy Community Initiative - Thu, 05/21/2015 - 1:51pm
City of Northfield Youth Leadership Academy — June 22-25, 2015

The City of Northfield and Mayor’s Youth Council invite local high school students to apply.

Up to five students will be selected.

What: A week-long career exploration program for local high school students interested in gaining exposure to municipal careers, including local government and public service.

Who: Open to youth entering grades 10-12 in fall 2015. (Current 9th, 10th and 11th graders may apply.)

When: Monday, June 22 to Thursday, June 25, 2015. Students must commit to attending events and activities all four days between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., and on Tuesday evening. Exact schedule TBA.

Where: Students will meet each day at the Northfield City Hall, 801 Washington Street. From there, students will tour various departments and facilities throughout the city.

Students will spend a half or full day with staff from the following departments:

  1. City Administration – Spend time with Nick Haggenmiller, City Administrator, learning what it takes to support the departments and personnel that make a city run.
  2. Community Development – Discussion, presentations, and tours on the Northfield Comprehensive Plan, Northfield Land Development Code, public infrastructure vs. private infrastructure, public project planning, sustainable development, economic development, and more.
  3. Communications & Human Resources – Engage with staff members to brainstorm how the City can use Facebook, learn about what happens in human resources, hear tips about how employees are recruited and hired, and more.
  4. Library – Learn about operating the Northfield Public Library! Students will cycle through a number of stations at the library, including reference, children’s services, circulation, and tech services.
  5. Police – Staff will introduce law enforcement as a career and discuss its challenges. Presentations from members of Patrol, Investigations, Records, and Evidence divisions. Tour and pizza at the Police Department.
  6. Public Works – Tour the City’s Public Works, including job sites, the wastewater treatment plant, and parks, and discuss operations and infrastructure management.

To Apply: Click HERE.  Or DOWNLOAD and complete the application form and return it via email to or drop it off with Kari Bonde in the Administration Office at City Hall (801 Washington Street).

Please submit your application online, by email, or in person no later than Monday, June 8, 2015, at 5 p.m.  Applications will be reviewed and interviews will be scheduled for Wednesday or Thursday, June 10 or 11.  Students will be notified of their status by Friday, June 12.

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Wed, May 20 - Dundas 6, Rosetown A's 4

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Thu, 05/21/2015 - 11:31am
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E Rosetown A's 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0   4 7 5 Dundas 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 1 x   6 8 3

W - Gausman (1-0)  L - Stangel  S - Luedtke (1)  HR - None
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Executive Director Leads Housing Forum

Laura Baker Services Association - Thu, 05/21/2015 - 7:49am

Last night Executive Director, Sandi Gerdes, led the first of its kind housing forum for those living with developmental disabilities and the need for affordable housing. Click on this link to read the related article from the Northfield News.

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VPTA volunteer work crew cuts down invasive trees in Hidden Valley Park

Valley Pond Townhome Association - Wed, 05/20/2015 - 6:36am

The noxious/invasive trees that the City of Northfield cut down in Hidden Valley Pond back in the winter of 2012 (see blog post here) have been growing back:


So yesterday, a volunteer crew of VPTA members cut them down with a tree whacker and loppers, gathered them up, piled them on the edge of the park, and started hauling them to the City compost site:



The health of the pond is now improved a bit, thanks to Jim and Janet Dale, Theo Durbin, Anita and Chuck Hellie, Kris Herrreid, Kim Johnson, Jerry Krause, Gene Moninger, and neighbor Tim Pautzke. And the view of the pond for many of us is considerably better. (All  but one photo by Janet Dale.)


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Rotary Cogwheel | 05.21.2015

Northfield Rotary Club - Tue, 05/19/2015 - 2:24pm

Today’s Program | Thursday, May 21, 2015

Today: A Memorial Day Tribute to Those Who Inspired Us (Madigan)

Let’s make a day of it. Join us for the Graduation Celebration 5:30 p.m. at the   Estenson Event Center.

Birthdays: Keith Covey and Jon Snodgrass (5/19), Robert Flaten (5/21) and Chris Heineman (5/23)

Next Week: Michael Maas, RSVP Retired Volunteers (Blaha)

Last Week:

A Carleton College building plan designed to support key academic objectives for the next 30 or 40 years is taking shape.

Two and a half years of research, visioning and planning by the Facilities Master Plan Core Committee has produced some creative and ambitious solutions to facility needs. Fred Rogers, Vice President and Treasurer, said the plan could cost in the neighborhood of $125 million.

The facilities discussion is a derivative of the college’s strategic plan. Priorities are support for integrated science education and enhancement of music facilities.

The plan calls for physically linking Hulings, Mudd and Olin halls to create an environment that encourages interdisciplinary study and research. One of the more economical designs suggests Mudd Hall could be demolished and replaced with new construction. The result would yield a 30 percent increase in space, better teaching and research facilities that are more flexible and more energy efficient than what is now in place.

On the music front, plans call for a major addition to the southeast side of the Weitz Center for the Creative Arts. It would provide rehearsal space and a performance hall to replace the ailing Music Hall, now 100 years old.

We won’t see cranes on campus anytime soon, Fred said. If the plans continue to move forward and the financial support follows, he said, construction would be three or four years out.


Alan Anderson has retired to Northfield after 35 years as an executive with the Boy Scouts of America. He grew up in Owatonna, earned a degree in Wildlife Management from Oregon State University and then co-owned and operated a book store in St. Cloud for five years before joining the scouts. He gives talks on climate change to whoever will listen.

Guests: Dick Warner (Zweifel), Kari Clark (Fenton), Omar Jamal, Adam, Ladu and (Flaten); and Fernan Jaramillo (Rogers)

Scholarship Enhancement: Greg Carlson with a triple 000


— President-Elect Russ Halverson is reviving the car raffle as a major fundraiser for next year. It raised $25,000 four years ago. He needs a committee to help with ticket sales and promotion. Sales will begin in July and a winner will be selected in late September. No mention of a Rob Bierman’s tattoo incentive.

— All are invited to a graduation party today at 5:30 p.m. at Rick and Kris Estenson’s Event Center, 10541 Ibson Avenue. The party will serve several functions. We will celebrate graduation with Lydia, Giulia, Philipy and Marcelo; welcome home our outbound students; bid bon voyage to our next group of outbounds; and say “thank you” to our club counselors and host families. Hot dogs, chips, salads, cake and lemonade will be provided.

— A St. Olaf College student has been selected for the Global Grant Scholarship and will receive $30,000 for a year of study next year. John Sinning said the runner-up is also a St. Olaf student and made such an impression that the district is hoping to fund a second scholarship this year. Local candidates do well, it was noted, because of the preparation provided by our committee members.

— Mark Abbott updated members on the work of the International Service Project this year. The committee committed $2,000 to the Togo sanitation project for latrines and wash stations; $1,000 to refurbish water pumps in Nepal; $500 for Todd Thompson to provide music education in Guatemala; and $250 for an education center in Ethiopia. The committee is always looking for new projects. If you have an idea, see Mark.

— The board is exploring the idea of a “shared corporate membership,” which would allow a business to invest in one Rotary membership used by multiple employees. Directors want your feedback on this, so look of an online survey coming soon to a computer near you.

Past Northfield Rotary Club meeting videos on YouTube

Outbound Students 2015-16

  • Beimers, Henry – Norway
  • Beimers, William – Brazil
  • Carlson, Samuel -Argentina
  • Estrada, Gabriella – France
  • Hahn, Erin – Thailand
  • Hodel, Christoph – Indonesia
  • Kelley, Caitlin – Chile
  • Lunderby, Jack – Brazil
  • Mandsager, Erik – Zimbabwe
  • Martinez, Odalys – Japan
  • Muir, Mason – Taiwan
  • Olson, Josiah – Colombia
  • Regnier, Eli – Brazil
  • Rodriguez-Vazquez,Leslie – Brazil
  • Scheffert, Jenna – Italy
  • Seitz, Zoe – Denmark
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Special Author Visit! Meet Lindy MacLaine!

Northfield Public Library - Kids Info - Mon, 05/18/2015 - 11:12am

Please note this is at CITY HALL! 
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Sun, May 17 - Dundas 13, Randolph 2

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Sun, 05/17/2015 - 4:56pm
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E Dundas 1 1 0 2 0 1 8 x x   13 16 1 Randolph Railcats 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 x x   2 2 7

W - Hanneman (1-0)  L - Wagner  S - None  HR - None
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Fri, May 15 - Dundas 5, Minneapolis Angels 0

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Sat, 05/16/2015 - 8:41am
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E Minneapolis Angels 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   0 2 0 Dundas 2 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 x   5 11 2

W - C. Ruud (1-0)  L - Sutherland  S - None  HR - None
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Jam Camp 2015

Laura Baker Services Association - Fri, 05/15/2015 - 10:50am

This summer Music Therapy & Family Support Services are teaming up for Jam Camp 2015: Around the World

Jam Camp is a summer creative arts camp open to children and teens throughout the community. Designed as an integrated opportunity for kids of all abilities, the day camp involves participants in fun, creative, art and music experiences while fostering communication, social, motor, and academic/cognitive skills.

Join us at Laura Baker for a 3 day weekend (7 hours) of creative fun, engaging children with special needs through music therapy, movement and visual arts.

Friday, June 12 ~ 3-5 pm;
Saturday, June 13 ~ 2-5 pm; and
Sunday, June 14 ~ 2-4 pm

$99 / child for all 3 days
$10 sibling discount
Scholorships available for those that qualify

Click here for a Registration Form

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Photo album: 2015 annual VPTA meeting

Valley Pond Townhome Association - Fri, 05/15/2015 - 8:34am

Scenes from Tuesday’s annual meeting, held at the Northfield High School cafeteria:

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Rotary Cogwheel | 05.14.2015

Northfield Rotary Club - Thu, 05/14/2015 - 6:34am

Today: Carleton’s Master Plan (Does St. Olaf know about this?), Fred Rogers (Madigan)

Birthdays: Russ Halverson (5/15)

Next Week: Tribute to Those Who Inspired Us (Madigan)

Last Week:

Paul Krause would probably agree with Yogi Berra, who said: “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.” Paul relies more on “turning points” to tell his tale, and, for him, there were many.

Turning point one

Paul grew up surrounded by the stunning scenery of Alberta, Canada. He was born in Lethbridge, home to the highest railway bridge in North America, and raised in Calgary, home to greatest outdoor show on earth, the Calgary Stampede. At an early age, Paul worked the Stampede’s Midway guessing people’s weights. The experience taught him a lot about commerce and perseverance.

Paul went to the University of Calgary where he earned a master’s degree in economics. As a reward for taking care of his brothers and sisters, Paul’s father bought him a Sunbeam Alpine convertible (editor’s note – the very first James Bond car in Dr. No), the ultimate accessory for a young urbane college kid. Needing to look the part, Paul adopted a uniform consisting of a tweet coat, wool hat, scarf, and a pipe. He dropped the pretentious persona after his date dumped her ice cream in his beer. Lesson learned.

Turning Point Two

Canada gave him a four-year fellowship toward a doctorate from any university in the world. Paul wasn’t accepted at the London School of Economics, so he ended up at the University of Minnesota. As a gesture to full disclosure, Paul showed us a picture of him looking something like John Lennon circa 1970, but dressed like Charles Dickens.

Turning Point Three

Paul said he was regularly confused with a Minnesota Viking Hall of Famer by the same name.

Turning Point Four

While living in Minneapolis, economics gave way to folk music. Paul took an interest in the folk music scene and started his own folk group. He didn’t complete his PhD, but did teach at Winona State, Trent University in Ontario, and Brock University in Ontario.

Paul met his first wife, Barbara, at the U of M. They purchased a farm and settled near Red Wing. In 1979, he moved to Northfield to start an instrument repair business, Tudor Music, above Froggy Bottoms and the Hvistendahl Law Office Building. He later moved near the Seitz building and changed the name to Cannon Valley Musical Instrument Repair.

Another Turning Point

Barbara was big into groundhogs for a while, which inspired Paul to write a song about a groundhog. The song earned him an invitation from Susan Stamberg to be interviewed on WCAL. Paul subsequently became an announcer/producer for WCAL, and was once named broadcaster of the year.

Paul was the first director of the Northfield Downtown Development Corp (NDDC) and has been involved in many other capital campaigns and fundraising around town.

He now works as a videographer and documentary film-maker. He and Barbara have five children and five, soon to be six, grandchildren.


John Sinning announced he and his wife have downsized and moved to Village on the Cannon so his kids can’t move back in. Susan, John’s wife, manages the Bag Lady downtown. Son Jacob, a former exchange student, is a junior at Bradley in Peoria, Illinois. His other son is out of college and working.

John is currently the International director on the club board overseeing Youth Exchange, International Projects, the Foundation, and the Global Grant Scholarship. He is also the district country officer for Brazil. He recently started Canine Service Partners with Sam Daly, and they recently received non-profit, tax exempt status.


Lynn Miland (Lorang); Barbara Krause (Krause); Adrian Thomas (KYMN) (Conway); Kathy Jasnoch (Koenig)

Scholarship Enhancement: Jan Stevens. (Kurt Larson requests that someone shake up the tickets every week.)


— All are invited to a graduation party Thursday, May 21, 5:30 p.m. at Rick and Kris Estenson’s event center, 10541 Ibson Avenue. The party will serve several functions. We will celebrate graduation with Lydia, Giulia, Philipy and Marcelo; welcome home our outbound students; bid bon voyage to our next group of outbounds; and say “thank you” to our club counselors and host families. Hot dogs, chips, salads, cake and lemonade will be provided

— Peggy Prowe and Charlie Cogan invite you to consider riding in the “Ride to End Polio” in Tucson, Arizona in November. The ride is sponsored by Rotary District 5500. In 2014 the event yielded $7.5 million for the campaign. The goal this year is $10 million To learn more, go to:

— Rick Estenson would like to move some theater seating. He has seats from the old Southgate Cinema that he would be happy to let go of in exchange for a good will donation to either the club or the foundation. He has two sets of two and two sets of three. Contact Rick at if you are interested.

— Exchange students reported back on prom. They had a very good time and were up until 5 am. Lydia said she would be appearing in Shakespeare’s “As You Like It.”

— Russ Halverson reported on the Rotary District Conference which included a country fair for exchange students and many valuable breakout sessions. Russ reminded the club that “change is good.”

— Virginia Kazcmarek said Beyond the Yellow Ribbon will be accepting items for the “Good for Good” sale yet today from 4-6 at the “Old Chamber Office.” Man cave stuff does especially well.

— Jim Holden reminded club members that there is a film festival at the Weitz Center during consecutive weeks in July. There is also a course for $50 to discuss the movies.

Happy News:

Jan Stevens’ 8 year old granddaughter went to the White House and was on CSPAN for 2 minutes. Hannah Puczko has a new granddaughter, and Beth Kallestad said Cannon River Watershed is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Outbound Exchange Students

Beimers, Henry – Norway

Beimers, William – Brazil

Carlson, Samuel -Argentina

Estrada, Gabriella – France

Hahn, Erin – Thailand

Hodel, Christoph – Indonesia

Kelley, Caitlin – Chile

Lunderby, Jack – Brazil

Mandsager, Erik – Zimbabwe

Martinez, Odalys – Japan

Muir, Mason – Taiwan

Olson, Josiah – Colombia

Regnier, Eli – Brazil

Rodriguez-Vazquez,Leslie – Brazil

Scheffert, Jenna – Italy

Seitz, Zoe – Denmark

Washburn Chapman, AhnaCole – South Africa

Woitalla, Jessica – Brazil.

Past Northfield Rotary Club meeting videos on YouTube

Coming Up

May 28 — Michael Maas, RSVP Retired Volunteers (Blaha)

June 4 — Chris Kennelly Classification

June 11 — David Wee, All Things Baseball (S. Richardson)

June 18 — Teresa Jensen, Library Project Update

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Wed, May 13 - Dundas 7, Minneapolis Patriots 2

Dundas Dukes Amateur Baseball Club - Wed, 05/13/2015 - 11:27pm
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9   R H E Minneapolis Patriots 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1   2 7 1 Dundas 1 0 1 1 2 1 0 1 x   7 10 3

W - M. Neuger (2-0)  L - Glasenapp  S - None  HR - None
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Community garage sale this weekend!

Northfield Healthy Community Initiative - Wed, 05/13/2015 - 6:04pm

The Mayor’s Youth Council is hosting a community garage sale this Friday and Saturday.  There are hundreds of items for sale!  The sale is part of the Northfield Shares “Goods for Good” community garage sale initiative.



  • FRIDAY, MAY 15, 2015 — 3:30-6:00 p.m.
  • SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2015 — 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

WHERE: Northfield Maintenance Facility (1710 Riverview Drive, behind Perkins Restaurant and across from the new police station)


WHY? All proceeds will go to the Northfield YouthBank, which provides grants to youth-run projects. All funds raised at the sale will be matched — dollar-for-dollar — by the Youthprise Foundation.


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