People - Bulletin Area

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Roseville/Bulletin People: July 2, 2017


RAHS Class of 2017 graduates Sam Hamerski and Maia Peterson, coached by Bret Hemmerlin, competed in Duo Interpretation and earned third place after 13 rounds and four days of competition. They performed their final round at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Center to a crowd of more than 4,000 people. The NSDA Nationals was their second national finalist finish this year, the first being the National Individual Events Tournament of Champions in May where they earned fourth place. Sophomore Vakare Bartkaitis, coached by Jessica Fedje, advanced to the quarterfinals (top 30, eight rounds) in Humorous Interpretation, her qualifying event. After not advancing to the semifinals, she competed in Storytelling, a consolation event, and performed an additional six rounds before earning fourth place out of more than 300 contestants. She, like Sam and Maia, is a national finalist. Sophomore Jason Sobieck, coached by Hemmerlin, advanced to the octofinals (top 60, six rounds) in Dramatic Interpretation, his qualifying event. Dramatic Interpretation had nearly 300 entries in it this year.

Roseville Area High School received a 2017 School of Excellence award due to the success of RAHS students during the National Speech & Debate Association Nationals competition June 18-23 in Alabama.

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Jun

People: June 25, 2017

U.S. Speedskating announced its Junior Development Team for 2017-18, the upcoming season. Four of the six named were members of the Midway Speedskating Club.

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20
Jun

People: The ‘Holy Hammers’ get to work


Parkview Center School students Audrey Faricy, Sruthi Subramanian and Sebastian Helgeson won first place at the State History Day competition in the Group Documentary category for their film, “Planting Seeds to End World Hunger: Norman Borlaug’s Fight Against Famine.” They’re qualified to compete in June at the National History Day competition near Washington, D.C.

The “Holy Hammers” Habitat for Humanity group has nearly completed a house built in Blaine this spring and summer. 

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09
May

Roseville Review/Bulletin people - week of May 7, 2017


Parkview Center School students Audrey Faricy, Sruthi Subramanian and Sebastian Helgeson won first place at the State History Day competition in the Group Documentary category for their film, “Planting Seeds to End World Hunger: Norman Borlaug’s Fight Against Famine.” They’re qualified to compete in June at the National History Day competition near Washington, D.C.

On April 29, six eighth-grade students from Parkview Center School competed in the State History Day competition held at the University of Minnesota.

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09
May

Roseville Review/Bulletin people - week of May 7, 2017


Mike Thienes

Roseville resident Mike Thienes is retiring from the Capitol Region Watershed District’s board after more than 18 years of service. Thienes has served as CRWD’s treasurer since its inception in 1998.

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25
Apr

Roseville Review/Bulletin people - week of April 23, 2017


Forrest Anderson Marres

Roseville’s Forrest Anderson Marres won the best short film award at this year’s University of Northwestern Five16 Film Festival, which took place April 10.

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20
Apr

Roseville Review/Bulletin people - week of April 16, 2017


Blake Huffman

Journey Home Minnesota founder and Ramsey County Commissioner Blake Huffman was recognized for his work with the non-profit with a Finance & Commerce Progress Award.

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19
Apr

Roseville Review people - published April 9, 2017


Rep. Alice Hausman receives the Reuel Harman award at the Council of Parks and Trails annual dinner on April 5 from executive director Brett Feldman. Former U.S. Senator David Durenberger, a past recipient of the award, can be seen in the foreground.

The Parks and Trails Council of Minnesota has awarded the prestigious Reuel Harmon Award to Rep. Alice Hausman.

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13
Apr

Roseville Review people - published April 11, 2017


Kendra Bergstedt

Kendra Bergstedt, a 2014 Roseville Area High School graduate who now attends the University of Minnesota, was one of four juniors in the College of Science and Engineering and College of Biological Sciences at the U of M Twin Citi

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07
Dec

Shoreview Library staff reminisce as they move into new building


Charles Mosner looks back fondly on the time he helped create a special tool to fish out residents’ lost treasures from a not-easily accessed pit outside the Shoreview Library.

As the Shoreview Library opens to an unread page — with an upcoming shift to its new building — a chapter is closing.

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