St. Cloud Times from Saint Cloud, Minnesota on July 12, 2010 · Page 19
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Saint Cloud, Minnesota
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Monday, July 12, 2010
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SCTIMES.COMCITIZENTIMES CITIZEN TIMES MONDAY.JULY12,2010'9B CHS class spends . r 1 A ' Halos: 29th golf scramble raises more than $11,900 for United Cerebral Palsy Submitted by Alison Pauly United Cerebral Palsy of Central Minnesota There may have been thunder and lightening the night before, but the sides were clear for the 29th Annual United Cerebral Palsy Golf Scramble held June 21 at Wapicada Golf Club in Sauk Rapids. There were 69 golfers who teed off for a best-ball scramble to help support the programs and services of United Cerebral Palsy of Central Minnesota. Volunteers sold brats on the course and dinner was catered by Custom Catering after the tournament Through the generosity of golfers, sponsors and '" volunteers, United Cerebral Palsy raised more than $11,900. There were games on the course including longest drive and shortest putt. Prizes were given after spe- St. Cloud Squadron helps with air show Submitted by Minnesota Wing U.S. Air Force Auxiliary -Civil Air Patrol Members of the Minnesota Wing of the Civil Air Patrol joined the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, the U.S. Air Force F-22 demonstration team and numerous performers receiving high marks during the Great Minnesota Air Show held June 26-27 at St. Cloud Regional Airport. The flight line marshaling by Civil Air Patrol was smooth as clockwork, said Bill Towle, St Cloud Regional Airport manager. He said that the even could not have happened without CAP'S help. Nearly 70,000 people witnessed the aerial acts. The F-22 Raptor was piloted by Minneapolis native Maj. Dave "Zeke" Skalicky. Teamwork was crucial for the nearly 70 cadet and senior officers from St Paul, St Cloud, Hutchinson, Crow Wing and Anoka squadrons assisting at the event said Maj. Pat Cruze, St Cloud Squadron commander. This was the first time fr jtfT 320-393-712S rgggQ fldy JjXSTJ TTTTTifTlRWTrTmrm I AH You Can Eat with your Monday Night ' Fried Chicken. FRESH MASHED POTATOES. Chicken Buffet Receipt , Gravy, Dressing. Vegetables. FRESH Bread, day at Bend in the r- t. VlfS Mi U IK I .... 13 1 I PHOTO SUBMITTED BY ALISON PAULY, UCP OF CENTRAL MINNESOTA The first-place team (from left) is Lee Moening, Ryan Moen-ing, John Possin, Ed Atkinson and Travis Atkinson. ! cial guest Marney Gellner f ofFSNNqrth spoke. Top prizes went to Lee Moen-" ing, Ryan Moening, John Possin, Travis Atkinson and Ed Atkinson for finishing with a score of 58. Second place went to Pete Svihel, Phil Svihel, Rob Brenny, Mike Kasner and P .jar afaagai-jwwfctfww PHOTOS SUBMITTED BY MAJ. RICHARD SPROUSE. GROUP II. MINNESOTA WING Capt. Shawn Warneke of St. Cloud Squadron provides flight line marshaling during the Great Minnesota Air Show. the St Cloud Squadron was the host unit at a major air show. Cruze said there were constant last-minute changes and that everyone adapted and overcame all of the obstacles. He added that he was proud of the job that all of the cadets did. Cadet Capt. Lydia Stone, St Cloud Squadron cadet commander, admitted to being a little nervous when marshaling a U.S. Marine "Everything is made V3lU3liaU ZJiW QFfWlt River County Park The Natural Parks and Trails Coalition sponsored a day at Bend in the River County Park (1.4 miles south of Rice) planned by Linda Peck. Students in Caroline Williams' environmental studies class from Cathedral High School learned how to catch, band, weig and release birds; build and install bat houses; and learned how to use GPS systems to find geocaches. Students are building a bat house in the photo. PHOTO AND INFORMATION SUBMITTED BY VAL ROGOSHESKE, ST. CLOUD i Tom Kasneiv ? v-? 4i Third place was awarded ! to Bill, John, Ernie, Bruce and Gary Kociemba. Many thanks to all of the volunteers and sponsors of this event and to our hosts, Wapicada Golf Club. More pictures can be seen at f K 'V. Corps Osprey aircraft Stone said it was a rush when she got done parking the Osprey. The work of the cadets was also noticed by Air Force Master Sgt Greg Gappert, F-22 maintenance crew team chief, who along with two other crew members, visited the St. Goud Squadron the day after the event He said he was impressed with CAP's discipline. . FRESH EVERYDAY" Includes: .' puTI Maj. Gen. Larry Shellito (right), the flag to Lt. Col. Scott St. Shellito passes the flag to St. Sauver, it signifies that he is Camp Ripley and responsible for all that it does or fails to do. Camp Ripley has ceremony as new post commander Submitted by 1st Lt. Kenneth R. Camp Ripley CAMP RIPLEY - Change of the Change of Command Ceremony for Camp Ripleys Post Commander on June 5. The change was, not only the man who commands the 53,000-acre complex found in Central Minnesota, but also the changes that are going on at the installation itself. , Lt Col. Scott St. Sauver accepted com mand from Maj. Gen. Larry Adjutant General of the Minnesota National Guard. In his speech after accepting command, he made reference to some of the many new construction efforts at Camp Ripley to support the ongoing deployments of soldiers from across the Midwest Sauver said the camp is a Minnesota jewel. Col. Richard Weaver, the retiring Post Central Minn. ground for its Submitted by Andrea Hills Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity PAYNESVILLE Cen- , tral Minnesota Habitat for Humanity has i recently broken ground on its second home in Paynesville. Thanks to the generous donation of property, a community that rallies together and a grant from Thrivent Builds, this vacant lot will soon be a home to a deserving family. This partnership with Thrivent already has helped 10 families in Central Minnesota find safe, decent and affordable housing, said Bruce Johnson, executive director of Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity. The groundbreaking ceremony took place June 21. Members of the community, including Mayor Jeff Thompson, Thrivent Financial representatives, neighbors, Habitat staff, volunteers and more came to join in celebration as work begins on this project This is the fifth year of a Thrivent Builds partnership with Central Minnesota Habitat for Humanity. It is part of a national home-building alliance between M-F 7am 5:30 Sat 8 am 4 pm DOWNTOWN COLD SPRING 2?. ? 7k." PHOTO SUBMITTED Adjutant General of the Minnesota National Guard, passes Sauver, the new Camp Ripley Post Commander, on June 5. As Toole was the theme Shellito, Habitat for Humanity breaks 2nd home in Paynesville PHOTO SUBMITTED BY ANDREA HILLS. CENTRAL MINNESOTA HABITAT FOR HUMANITY Members of the Paynesville Build Task Force receive a check from Thrivent Financial representatives. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and Habitat for Humanity International. This year in Minnesota, 27 homes will be built at a cost of more than $3.3 million. Thrivent Financial for Humanity at 656-8890 provides 65 percent of that ext 111 and talk to the vol-funding more than $2 unteer coordinator. Bccccc Kind to pm ?cf ' BY 1ST LT. KENNETH R. TOOLE, CAMP RIPLEY entrusted with command of takes over Commander, highlighted the many changes that he saw over his seven-year tenure. He said there are a lot of new facilities on post a lot of new ranges, and really, the way soldiers train has changed in the past seven years. The biggest change that trumped the day was the passing of the flag from Weaver to St Sauver. With passing of command, St Sauver accepts the responsibility of command of Camp Ripley and all that it does or fails to do. St Sauver said he is honored and humbled to return to the crown jewel of the Minnesota National Guard. As St Sauver takes command of Camp Ripley, he also takes command of the nearly 200 soldiers of the Training Support Unit which is responsible for running Camp Ripley on a daily basis. million. To help with the project click on the volunteer button Interested groups should call Central Minnesota Habitat Yourself! Oyer 65,000 Items Available Since 1895 rm m .. . .i ... . . I - r i n n a Naian Mar. Pint's Edof Expires Adults $7.50 Kids 6-12 $5.C3 is mmm& nrnmj wiwi j www. ' ' -

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