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Monthly Archives: June 2010
The Pine City Community Blog, est. 2008, celebrated its 20,000th hit June 23, 2010. The success of the blog is evident and more and more people are coming here for a variety of reasons. It’s a great time to reflect … Continue reading
The finalists for the Minnesota Women in City Government (MWCG) 2010 Leadership Awards for an elected woman were recently announced, Mary Hamann-Roland, Mayor, City of Apple Valley and Pine City’s very own Mayor Jane Robbins. Last evening, Mayor Jane Robbins … Continue reading
Jeff Adams, a science teacher at Pine City High School, and his son were the duo to find this year’s Pine City Freedom Fest medallion. More info here.
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The East Central Arts Council’s next round of grant deadlines are approaching. Grant programs for organizations with August 1 and October 1 deadlines: Art in Our Schools Small Grants Arts & Culture Heritage Fund Grant programs for organizations with a … Continue reading
Pine City 5th and 6th graders march at Pine County Parade Aug 7 Spectators at the Pine County Fair Parade this summer will be witnessing a first for Pine City – and for any community in the area – when … Continue reading
Everybody who lives and works in Greater Pine City knows what a special place it is. Most of us wouldn’t even consider moving anyplace else. And just about everybody who’s visited here over the years remembers us warmly and positively. … Continue reading
Representatives for a wide variety of local service organizations have been meeting since February to plan the upcoming Freedom Fest events for June 25 – 27th. In recent years, this event has become one that is truly a “Community” Celebration … Continue reading
Mayor Robbins The finalists for the Minnesota Women in City Government (MWCG) 2010 Leadership Awards have been announced. From among these finalists, one award will be presented to an elected woman and another to an appointed woman in city government. … Continue reading