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Fairview Lakes Auxiliary awarded 23 $1,000 scholarships at its annual scholarship awards program, held at Fairview Lakes Medical Center on June 9. Pictured are Abigail Furry, Jessica Borgwardt, Renee Swenson, Danielle Stace, Megan Leach, Ashley Fechner, Madeline Springer, John Alberg, Amanda Johnson...Read More
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The Forest Lake Area Community Scholarship Foundation received a record 196 completed applications this year, up from 135 in 2014. This includes FLAHS and North Lakes Academy seniors and others who live in the community but attend elsewhere. “The Forest Lake Area Community Scholarship Foundation w...Read More
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With only a few weeks left to meet their $150,000 goal for scholarship awards, the Forest Lake Area Community Scholarship Foundation is reaching out in three ways to District 831 residents and businesses. “Our annual retail fundraiser ends April 30 at area businesses,” FLACSF President Lee Sinna...Read More
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  Forest Lake Walmart has announced that they will provide sponsorships for students at Forest Lake Area Senior High School to attend BestPrep’s Minnesota Business Venture summer career program. The program brings together 400 students over two weeks in July to develop job skills, career dire...Read More
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Adam Johnson of Wyoming and Joe Ramstad of Forest Lake were recently announced as $500 and $300 winners of the American Legion High School Oratorical Contest. The students composed and presented an eight to 10 minute prepared speech on one aspect of the U.S. Constitution, with emphasis on the duties...Read More
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American Legion to give $1000 in scholarships The annual American Legion High School Oratorical Contest will be held Saturday, Nov. 8 at the Forest Lake Legion Post. Students have the opportunity to receive a portion of $1,000 scholarship money. The contest is open to all ninth to 12th grade student...Read More
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