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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.  
Roseau ECFE is kicking off their fall program with the annual Mega Truck Night. It will be at the Roseau Electric Cooperative parking lot from 5:30-6:30 on Thursday, October 2. Families are encouraged to come explore the various equipment and trucks used in and around our community. A family picnic lunch will be provided. Rain or shine - dress appropriately. Call Angie Steinbach at 463-6450 if you would like additional information.
Visit the Roseau County Museum located in the Roseau City Center on Thursday, October 2  to see "Minnesota Homefront, World War II," a traveling exhibit that explores the accomplishments, sacrifices, disappointments and challenges that have shaped the enduring legacy of Minnesota's Greatest Generation through their stories. The new Roseau County exhibits focusing on "Homefront" will also be completed and ready for viewing. This will be at 6pm on Thursday, October 2.
The BGMR Gator Volleyball Team has a "Dig Pink" night, for breast cancer awareness on Thursday, October 2nd, as the face the Roseau Rams. Raffles for various prize baskets will be held, they'll serve pasta dinner for $6 in the Cafeteria from 5-7, Dig Pink Donuts and Cupcakes will be available for purchase. All proceeds go to the LifeCare Think Pink Fund.  
At 7pm on October 2, Experience seductive sounds and stories from eighteenth century Ireland with Ann & Charlie Heymann. From ancient chants to dance music, ballads, humor and improvisation, internationally-acclaimed performing and recording artists Ann & Charlie Heymann bring the magical sound of the ancient Gaelic harp to modern ears. The Heymanns present a diverse and engaging concert program with Gaelic harp, vocals, wooden flute, cittern, guitar, percussion, accordion and concertina.
Come for one, or both, everyone is invited to this free programming and exhibit
The Roseau County 4-H Annual Award Banquet and Meeting & Fall Leader Training will be held Sunday, October 5th at Riverside Church in Wannaska. 4-H Members are reminded to register for the event by October 2nd, by calling 463-1052. 
A Moe Lutheran Church Turkey Feed is Sunday, October 5th, from 11a-1p at the Moe Fellowship Hall. Serving turkey, potatoes, corn, slaw, breads, desserts and beverages. Everyone is welcome and takeouts are available in-town by calling 463-2069. Adults are $10, K-6 are $5, and under 5 are free. 
A Pancake Benefit for Jodi Bernu is Sunday, October 5th at the Badger Community Center from 10a-1p. It's a freewill offering event and everyone is welcome.
The Sports Nutrition Playbook presented by University of MN Medical Students and sponsored by LifeCare Medical Center is open to coaches, athletes and parents and will be held on Monday, October 6 in Warroad at the Warroad High School Auditorium at 5:30 PM, and in Roseau in the Roseau School Theater at 7:30 PM.  Athletes who attend will have a chance to WIN a nutritional assessment with Dawn Hedlund and there will be drawings and door prizes for coaches.  
LifeCare Medical Center is sponsoring a Breast Cancer Support Group that meets the second Tuesday of every month (October 7) 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.  
An Annual Malung Fall Carnival will be held on Saturday, October 11th at the Malung Community Center, from 4:30-7:00. There will be fun games for all ages, where your costume and get entered into a drawing, and food is available. Bring the whole family, it's fun for everyone! 
A Pie Social, serving as a fundraiser for the Greenbush Area Pool, is Sunday, October 12th, from 1:00-4:00 at the Greenbush Race Park. Pies, cupcakes, caramel apples, coffee, hot cider are all on the menu. There will also be a bake sale running during this time. 
Annual Meatball Supper to EAT IN or TAKE OUT! Join us at First United Lutheran Church, 101 3rd Ave SW in Roseau, serving from 4p-7p on October 19. Delicious meatballs with gravy, real mashed potatoes, glazed carrots, buns, beverage and HOMEMADE PIE! Adults and all take out is $10, K-8 is $5, Pre-K is FREE. For take out, call 218-463-1392 from 4p-7p.
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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