American Legion Post 225
Washington County Attorney Pete Orput and Sixth Congressional District Congressman Tom Emmer were among the guest speakers thanking veterans at Forest Lake’s Vietnam Veterans Day event March 29 at the American Legion.   Several veterans listen to the the speakers as a banner offers Vietnam ve...Read More
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District 39A Rep. Bob Dettmer takes a pie to the face from Forest Lake Lion El Ewert on March 13 at the American Legion in a fundraiser for the city’s Fourth of July celebration. According to estimates, more than $7,000 was raised. Forest Lake Mayor Stev Stegner braces for impact as a pie comes hi...Read More
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Staff at American Legion Post 225 are cooperating with police after an unarmed robbery at the post on Christmas Eve. According to local Legion Gambling Manager Vlad Tkach, the robbery took place around 5 p.m. Dec. 24. “The pull tab seller was bringing money to the office, and the money was grabbed...Read More
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The distinguished service of World War II veterans captured in a painting by Centerville artist Pat Turgeon has even more meaning for two sisters. “Above and Beyond” was painted in 2012 by Turgeon, who was inspired after taking in the 2007 dedication of the Minnesota World War II Memorial at the...Read More
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Submitted photo Forest Lake City Councilman Richard Weber is pictured with his son Brandon during clean-up after the Navy Sea Cadet Breakfast Fundraiser held at the American Legion on Nov. 30....Read More
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The Forest Lake Legion baseball team closed its 2014 regular season last week. The squad finished with an overall record of 13-7, earning the three-seed of eight in District 3 behind Tri-City Red and Tri-City Maroon, respectively.  Head coach Valdie Magstadt said his players have done a nice job ad...Read More
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