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The Forest Lake Planning Commission approved the site plan for the Forest Lake YMCA on May 13, marking the first time the nonprofit has released official building layouts for the structure to the public. The building plan released as part of the Planning Commission agenda is similar to the prelimina...Read More
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Wood carver meeting The Lakes Area Wood Carvers will hold a monthly meeting from 7 to 9:30 p.m. May 28 at the Forest Lake Senior Center, 767 4th St. SW. The meeting is open to all and the evenings theme is “Nature’s Walking Sticks and Canes.” Music concert The Forest Lake Area Schools’ Music...Read More
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Lino Lakes Elementary School recently held a living wax museum in which 70 3rd-graders dressed up and presented scripts of their chosen historical figure. For several weeks the students have been researching historical figures that made an impact in the areas of childhood, work and preparation, help...Read More
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Transitions is a free workshop offered by the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Minnesota to help parents to assist young adult children living with a mental illness. The workshop helps parents gain tools to prepare their teen or young adult for independence, learn about special education, empl...Read More
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Registration is open for the city of Scandia summer tennis camp to be held at the Community Center. Each class includes individual and group instruction designed to match a player’s skill level. For the younger players simple drills and games will teach players to handle ground strokes and volley ...Read More
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A Forest Lake landmark thought by some to be over 200 years old is no more after last week, when a crew chopped down the giant cottonwood tree behind Mattson Funeral Home on May 4. The tree was severely damaged when it was struck by lightning April 12, causing a fire in the tree that [...]...Read More
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