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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 County Retired teachers will meet Monday, September 22nd at St. Mary's Church in Warroad, at 2 PM. All retired teachers are welcome.
 
 
Roseau Youth Hockey registration is OPEN.  Begin registration by following the directions at www.roseauhockeyonline.com.  FINAL registration is from Noon - 6 PM on Tuesday, September 23 at Memorial Arena.  You will need to bring the USA Hockey confirmation page and the Consent to Treat form with you on the 23rd. 
 
There will be an equipment exchange at Memorial during FINAL registration.  If you have equipment to sell, clearly mark it with the price and your name and bring it to the arena by Noon.  Any questions about registration can be directed to Tracy Halstensgard at 242-1737. 
 
 
The 40th Middle River Goose Festival is the weekend of September 26, 27 and 28. Click HERE for a full run down of the day's events.  
 
 
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, $15 for students or $50 maximum 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 Tuesday, September 9 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.  
 
 
FaithSearch Discovery, Proclaiming the Gospel with Evidence to all Peoples Everywhere with Dr. Don Bierle will be held on Sunday, September 28 from 4-8 PM the Free Lutheran Church of Roseau.  Registration is $7 and following the event there will be a light supper provided.  More information can be found by calling 463-2385.
 
 
A session of "5 Steps to Unleashing the Brilliance of Your Child" with instructor Kathy Magnusson will be held Tuesday, September 30 from 7-8:30 PM at the Roseau High School Math Room.  There is no charge for the session. 
 
 
Roseau ECFE is kicking off their fall profram 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.
 
 
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.   
 
 
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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