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4-H online enrollment is now open. Youth can enroll in Roseau County 4-H online at 4honline.com. If you have questions please call the Roseau County Extension Office at 463-1052. 
 
 
The Roseau School Website features information on course offerings for fall courses in Roseau Community Education. Get registered at the website and even pay through the PaySchools link. Courses range from physical activities, arts and crafts, to technology courses.  
 
 
Should the Rams Volleyball Team advance to the next round of playoffs, the school will have a fan bus to Hawley for Friday's game. Cost is $8/person. Students need parent permission, and anyone younger than 7th grade needs to be accompanied by a parent. They do need a 50 person commitment, for the bus to make the trip. Sign up and pay in the office by 8:30 AM.  
 
 
Roseau County Trailblazers Membership Banquet is Saturday, October 25 at Gene's Bar & Grill in Roseau. Social hour begins at 5 PM, with great food and lots of door prizes.  
 
 
Area youth in grades 4-12 are invited to a "Ghouling Night of Fun" on Saturday, October 25. This Halloween Dance is held at the 4-H Building at the Roseau County Fairgrounds. Dynasty DJ will be on hand along with food, games and prizes. 4-6 graders are welcome from 5:30-7:30, and 7-12 graders from 8:00-11:00. The Roseau Theater will also have a free showing of "Vampire Academy", for the older group, beginning at 11:30. Prizes awarded for costumes. Cost for all ages is $10.  
 
 
Come and sew a "Pillow for a Purpose" on Saturday, October 25th at the Warroad Community Center. The event is sponsored by the North Star 4-H Club, Minnesota 4-H Foundation, and rhe Roseau County 4-H Leaders Council. It's open to all community members, young and old. They'll look to sew as many pillow cases as possible between 9a-3p, that will be donated to those in need in Roseau County. Those without sewing experience are also encouraged to attend, with the first 10 new youth sewers receiving a free sewing kit.  
 
 
A Halloween Party, sponsored by the Roseau Eagles, is Sunday, October 26, from 3-5 PM at the Four Seasons Senior Center in Roseau.
 
 
The Warroad Eagles are hosting a Halloween Party at the Warroad Community Center on Sunday, October 26th, beginning at 1:00. Fun activities for all ages, with tickets for games only 25 cents each. Costumes will be judged at 2 PM, and there is a carved pumpkin contest as well. 
 
 
Roseau elementary girls basketball sign up for grades 4-6 will be held Monday, October 27 at 7:30pm in school theatre. Sign up sheets will be available at the meeting. Contact Tracy Borowicz with questions at 242-4053. 
 
 
A Roseau Youth Hockey Fundraiser will be held at the American Legion on from 4-7 PM on Tuesday, October 28.  The meal will be spaghetti with meat sauce, garlic toast and bars.  Suggested donation is $7 and to-go orders will be available. 
 
 
A Benefit for Jordyn Werk, who has been diagnosed with cancer, is October 30th, from 5-8 PM, at Gene's Bar & Grill. A freewill offering meal of pork sandwiches, chips, bars, beverages will be served. There will be silent and live auctions, and raffles. The Roseau 6U and 8U Hockey Teams are hosting the event.  
 
 
An annual Hunter's Meal is being served by the Bethesday Lutheran Church in Skime, on Saturday, November 8th, from 4-8 PM. Ham, potatoes, beans, slaw, rolls, desserts, and beverages will all be served. Adults are $10, K-8th Grade are $5, and preschoolers are FREE. A raffle drawing will also be held. Sponsored by Bethesday Ladies Aid. 
 
 
LifeCare Medical Center is sponsoring a Breast Cancer Support Group that meets the second Tuesday of every month (November 11) 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. 
 
 
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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