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Karla Patrick receives Unsung Caretaker Award

Upstream’s Unsung Caretaker Award celebrates Minnesotans who go the extra mile to care for our shared natural places Cambridge, Minn. – Oct. 18, 2023 – Cambridge resident Karla Patrick received an inaugural Unsung Caretaker Award from Upstream, a new statewide initiative celebrating Minnesota’s natural places and the people who care for them. The award program […]

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Isanti County looking to change tobacco ordinance

Isanti County Public Health Director Tony Buttacavoli approached the Isanti County Board of Commissioners to set a public hearing to consider revising the county’s tobacco ordinance regulating the possession, sale and consumption of tobacco and tobacco-related devices and products during the board meeting Feb. 6. For more on this Isanti County News article: Isanti County […]

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Lakes and Pines 2019 2nd Weight Loss Challenge “Melt Away the Pounds”

Lakes and Pines Community Action Council are so EXCITED to announce that we have kicked off our 2nd Weight Loss Challenge, “Melt off the Pounds” for employees! Approximately one-fourth of employees joined the weight loss challenge this second round! Lakes and Pines staff continues to thrive by providing support, encouragement, motivation & accountability to one […]

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Partners receive mini-grant funding approval

The Community Leadership Team approved the following mini-grants for funding this year: East Central Elementary School – Hydration Station East Central High School – Hydration Station Ogilvie School District – Staff Stress-Free Zones Allina Health – Cambridge Medical Center – Fencing for Employee Giving Garden Lakes and Pines, CAC – BMI Scales Cambridge-Isanti High School […]

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Princeton community garden expands to Oak Knoll

The city of Princeton passed a resolution at its March 23 meeting that enables expansion of the Princeton Community Garden from one small site near the historic depot building into what will be multiple plots in a piece of city-owned land along the western-most edge of the Oak Knoll Cemetery. The group kicked off its […]

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