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The Lady Rams Girls Hockey Team is Flocking to help raise money for this year's season.  If you'd like to donate and have those pink birds posted in a friend's yard, contact Maria Pahlen at 218-424-8166.  Flock your neighbor, your friend, or even your favorite hockey fan and help raise money for the Lady Rams Hockey Team!  (FYI, birds are placed and removed by the Lady Rams) 
Joe Gust will perform for a dance at the Four Season Center in Roseau on September 2nd, from 1-4.  
Roseau Elementary Football registrations are being accepted. Students can be registered and paid for online, with the Payschools link on the school webpage. 3rd and 4th Grade Flag Football registrations are accepted until September 4th. Cost is only $20. Call 463-6483 with questions. 
A Four Seasons Center Fundraiser is Thursday, September 4th, from 4-7. They'll serve pulled pork sandwiches, cole slaw, and baked beans for only $8/adult or $5 for kids 12 and under also includes drink and dessert! Everyone is welcome!
The Roseau Rams Football Coaches and Players would like to invite former players, coaches or managers that were a part of the football program from 2000-2009 to a night of fun and recognition on Friday, September 5 as the Rams play the Detroit Lakes Lakers.  Alumni are invited to enjoy a FREE tailgating meal for themselves and their spouses prior to the game, alumni will have FREE admittance to the game and will also be honored at halftime.  Following the game, alumni are invited to a social at the Guest House.  Tracey Wensloff and Doug Borowicz have more information about the event. 
There's a Gator Tailgate party planned for Friday, September 5 from 5:30-7 PM in Middle River, before BGMR tangles with Pine River/Backus.  Enjoy a Philly Cheesesteak, chips, cookie and a drink for $5.  Tailgate party sponsored by Co-op Service West and Border State Bank. 
The Rose Free Lutheran Church is hosting their annual Fall Supper on Saturday, September 6 from 4-8 PM.  On the menu: turkey and dressing, meatballs and gravy along with mashed potatoes, corn, slaw, lefse and all the fixings, and don't forget to save room for pie!  Take out orders are available at 463-1243, or if you go in person, cost is $10 for adults, $5 for kids under 12 and anyone under 5 years old eats for FREE.
September 6th is Fall Breakfast Day at the Roseau Pioneer Farm! They're serving a pancake breakfast from 7-11, with a free will offering being accepted. Pioneer Farm is just 2 1/2 miles West of Roseau on Highway 11.  
Monday, September 8th is Donut Day at the Four Season Center in Roseau, and September 9th is a day of Appreciation for the Volunteers. They'll serve cake and coffee at 1:00.
The First Baptist Church of Roseau is hosting DivorceCare Group weekly meetings. They are Tuesday evenings from 7:00-8:30, starting September 9th. Whether you're divorced or separated, they can help. Sessions will include video seminars, workbooks, and group discussions. Join any week. 
LifeCare Medical Center is sponsoring a Breast Cancer Support Group that meets the second Tuesday of every month (September 9) from 6-7:30 PM in the hospital conference room.  If you've had or are experiencing Breast Cancer, please attend and share your story, ask questions and meet other women who have also experienced Breast Cancer.  Contact Connie Borowicz at LifeCare Medical Center for more information by calling 463-2500.  
Northwest Head Start invites you to a FREE presentation by Dr. Paul McGhee. He presents "Humor, as Survival Training for Stressed-Out Parents", at 7 PM on Wednesday, September 10th at the Warroad Community Center. He'll discuss the challenges of effective parenting, and will show the importance of keeping your sense of humor when things are stressful.  
Roseau County Retired teachers will meet Monday, September 22nd at St. Mary's Church in Warroad, at 2 PM. All retired teachers are welcome.
A Bike Ride Fundraiser for the Roseau Area Community Fund is Saturday, September 27, with registration at 8 AM, start of 10 AM. Registration is $25 for a single, or $50 for a family. The ride will start and finish at the Gazebo Park in Roseau, with 3 loops of different lengths to choose from. Registrants by 9/10 will receive a free t-shirt, with additional shirts $10 each. Please call Liz at 463-2116 for additional info. Registrations are also available at the WiLD 102 office.  
Roseau area students and adults will have the opportunity for international travel in June of 2015.  These opportunities are sponsored by EF Tours, the world's largest educational travel organization.  Ann Olson and Jeanne Glassman will lead groups to Australia and New Zealand in 2015.  More information can be found with Ms. Olson at 463-2944 or Mrs. Glassman at 218-791-7856. 
The Welcome to Roseau program was established to greet new residents and help introduce them to their new community and make them feel at home. If you are, or know of a person or family who is new to Roseau, please call Janet Lundbohm at the City of Roseau at 218-463-1542 to set up a visit.

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