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An American Red Cross blood drive will be held on Thursday, Sept. 15 at the Rosemount Community Center in honor of Lilah Kelley, a Rosemount girl who was diagnosed with a rare cancer of the sympathetic nervous system when she was four years old. For the second year in a row, the blood drive will take place in conjunction with Alex's Lemonade Stand, a nationwide nonprofit that raises money to fight childhood cancer.
The Rosemount City Council has chosen hiring firm Brimeyer Fursman to find its next city administrator. Current administrator Dwight Johnson will be retiring at the end of the year. Staff sent out requests to four firms: Springsted, The Mercer Group, David Drown and Associates and Brimeyer Fursman. In 2008 the city used Brimeyer Fursman to search for the current administrator. The consultant costs about $19,000 in professional fees plus additional expenses.
20 years ago From the June 11, 1993 edition of the Rosemount Town Pages Lady Tigers bow in section final The Lady Tigers' dream of playing in the 1993 Class A state softball tournament evaporated last Tuesday afternoon in Brooklyn Center as St.?Bernard's righthander Julie Weyandt held them hitless in a 9-1 Bulldog victory in the Section 4A title game.... The Lady Tigers finished their season with a fine 16-8 record.... To get to the title game, the Lady Tigers had to defeat Blake, a team which had two easy wins over the locals during the regular season.
On June 5, Lighthouse Christian Church started offering Spanish NOW, a condensed Spanish class that will focus on basic conversation and communication. "We are growing with our Hispanic population in the area, and we just want to be able to have better conversations and build relationships," said Bill Goodwin, pastor of Lighthouse Christian Church. "We don't want language to be a barrier to that." Lighthouse Church is also striving to further bridge the communication gap by broadcasting their Sunday services in Spanish.
It's kitten season at Last Hope! These kittens are just three of the many that Last Hope has available. Their kittens, and their mama, will be ready for adoption within five weeks from now. Last Hope has both boys and girls to choose from, and each is just looking for a good home. For more information about these kittens, or other Last Hope animals, or about Last Hope call 651-463-8747 or visit www.last-hope.org .
Summer fun starts in earnest this week. Students are out of school. A gray, rainy spring appears to finally be providing at least some hope of sunshine, and Dew Days is on the schedule. Most Farmington residents won't need an introduction to Dew Days. It's been a fixture in the city for decades, bringing bed races and pig kissing, live music and plenty of food to town for residents to enjoy. Those of our readers in Rosemount should have a pretty good idea what it's all about, too. They'll help continue the summer celebrations next month with Leprechaun Days.
The threat of rain forced Rosemount High School's graduation exercises inside Saturday night, but that didn't diminish the excitement of the night for the 517 students who received their diplomas at the RHS gym. We have a gallery of photos from the night.
Rosemount held its annual Memorial Day ceremony Monday at the Farmington American Legion. The event was forced inside by the threat of rain, but VFW and American Legion members still made visits to area cemeteries. Our photo gallery from the day is posted here.
Rosemount High School held a mock car crash Thursday morning, providing a graphic reminder to juniors and seniors of what can happen if they drink and drive. RHS holds the event every other year before prom, which will take place Saturday in St. Paul. In it, crashed vehicles are staged to represent an accident between a group of high school students on their way home from a post-prom party and two sisters on their way to soccer practice. Emergency personnel respond in real time and behave as they would at an actual accident.
Matt Udermann, son of Mike and Marty Udermann of Rosemount, and a 2009 honors graduate of Rosemount High School, was awarded the inaugural Saber Sword Award at the University of Minnesota ROTC senior awards dinner held Friday evening, May 3. Matt was presented the award for his leadership and academic skills, for being the 79th top-ranked officer candidate nationwide out of more than 6,000 graduating college ROTC seniors and the top senior officer candidate graduating this spring from the U of M.