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|A giant kangaroo was sighted at the
Elementary School Spring
Carnival on June 7, 2001. DB
is also facing more serious matters.
has been a fixture on the East Side for 46 years. See why she is still
smiling after all these years and what her plans are for the future.
Peace Walk has a powerful message: "Stop the Violence! Make
Peace!" Domestic violence is a
for all races.
|A neighborhood "thank you" and "we will miss you" to
who is moving on from her position of Executive Director at the Upper
Hollow Neighborhoods Association (USHNA). Carol has been
driving force behind many neighborhood improvements. Left to
Alley Carey, Carol Carey, City Councilmember Kathy Lantry and Jennifer
Dunn at the June 7th event honoring Carol.
|The Board of
Directors of Hopewell
Communications, Inc., publishers of the Dayton's Bluff District Forum,
would like to say a special thank you to First Lutheran Church for
generous donation to this community newspaper.
|Inside This Issue:
| Achievement Plus
At Dayton’s Bluff Elementary
Cleaning up the Neighborhood
New East YMCA Opens To The
National Night Out: America's
Night Out Against Crime
Bluffing with Science: A Hole
in the Bluff
Hmong Women’s Peace Walk
How to Plan a Successful
Event for your Organization
Business Brief: The Shade
Doctor Is In
July Events at Minnesota
Ask Amber: Tarot Cards
Swede Hollow Park Undergoes
Cooking in the Bluff: Chili
Dog Casserole and Scalloped Potatoes for the BBQ
Domestic Violence Is
Vaccine Safety: Be Not Only
Informed, Be Well-Informed
Call to Songwriters
Classify in the Forum:
|Dayton's Bluff District Forum
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Saint Paul, MN 55106
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Next issue: August 2001. Deadline for material: July 15, 2001