Wild 102 Radio » Hometown Happenings

Hometown Happenings Are Proudly Sponsored Daily By:

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. 
A benefit dinner for Ron Johnson is being held at the Warroad Eagles on Sunday, November 23 from 11 AM - 2 PM.  Ron has been the manager at NAPA in Warroad & Baudette for many years and is receiving treatments for pancreatic cancer.  A meal of scalloped potatoes and ham will be served, cost for adults is $8 and $5 for kids 10 and under.  There will also be meat raffles, a silent auction, Vikings tickets and a gun auction.  Supplemental funds provided by Thrivent Financial.
The Knights of Columbus are sponsoring Turkey BINGO at the Catholic Church on Sunday, November 23 at 7 PM.  Lunch will be available by the youth, while you play 24 games of BINGO including one blackout game. 
United Blood Services is teaming with the Roseau Women of Today for a 2-day blood drive event on Tuesday and Wednesday, November 25th and 26th. They'd also like to share that anyone 18 and older who donated between now and January 10th, will be entered to win a trip to this years Super Bowl in Arizona. One qualifier is drawn per week. Call 463-2520 or go to www.bloodhero.com for more details.  
An annual "Don't Spend Thanksgiving Alone" meal is being served at the Pour House, on Main Avenue in Roseau, Thanksgiving Day from 11a-1p. Delivery orders can be placed with Peggy at 463-1218. Event is sponsored by the Roseau Eagles.
The Badger T & C has a chance for you to win some Christmas Cash, wish Christmas Cash Bingo! Saturday, December 6th, at 7 PM, at the Badger Community Center. $15 games at $1 per game, and an additional blackout game for just $1. Refreshments will be served. Come out for an evening of holiday season fun! 
LifeCare Medical Center is sponsoring a Breast Cancer Support Group that meets the second Tuesday of every month (December 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. 
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.

Page last updated on 11/21/14 : 13:52:49 by craig