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Welcome to Sartell, St. Stephen! A long-time river town along the Mighty Mississippi, Sartell was once a paper-mill village with only a few hundred residents. St. Stephen, just north of Sartell, was also a tiny town, barely a dot on a map. How times have changed! In just the past two decades, Sartell and St. Stephen have both grown in their own ways. Sartell has grown by leaps and bounds from that quiet, sleepy village to a dynamic city with thriving diverse businesses, a top-rated school system, rapid park development, a superb hiking-biking trail system, residentialhome growth in charming neighborhoods, new churches, green spaces everywhere, a series of malls and a thriving medical-facilities campus. The city is now home to 16,500 residents. St. Stephen has also grown, with more new residents and homes, more businesses, residential parks and a ball park. Still, it retains its small-town ambience and its rural beauty, surrounded by some of the most beautiful wooded farmland in the state. St. Stephen also shares a school district with Sartell. The growth in both cities continues, thanks

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to progressive city leaders, a robust Chamber of Commerce and school district, actively engaged residents, service organizations and scores of volunteers who are so proud of their cities and want to make them even better. Sartell suffered a serious blow in May 2012 when there was an explosion at its historic 100-year-old paper mill, killing an employee and forcing the plant to close forever. It was a painful setback, but the city rebounded with grit and determination. In recent years, there have been so many developments that bring economic strength and recreational-cultural enrichments to Sartell: the constant growth of the medicalfacilities campus that is a hub for central Minnesota and beyond, plans for a Town Square “downtown-type” area in south Sartell, Pinecone Central Park with its many playing fields and music-and-movies-in-the-park events, a thriving organization for senior citizens, a popular farmers’ market in all seasons, new businesses and industries, major road improvements and connections, and plans for a multi-purpose Sartell Community Center to be built as early as 2016.

This resource guide is published bi-annually by Von Meyer Publishing Inc., publishers of Sartell’s and St. Stephen’s official newspaper, the Sartell-St. Stephen Newsleader.

Owner/Publisher: Janelle Von Pinnon Graphic Designer: Tara Wiese Editor: Dennis Dalman Photographers: Angie Heckman and Mindy Peterson Delivery: Bruce Probach For comments or questions call 320-363-7741 or email news@thenewsleaders.com

Faced with so many growing pains throughout the years, the City of Sartell has managed to retain a robust financial stability and has earned year after year top ratings from Standard and Poor for its healthy financial practices. Sartell has become so attractive for so many reasons that many people who work in other cities choose to live in Sartell and commute. Despite its growth, Sartell retains its neighborly riverbank-city charm. St. Stephen, although not directly located next to the river, has its own unique down-home charms and recently celebrated its 100th anniversary. One of its unique qualities is that it’s the largest Slovenian-populated city west of the Mississippi River, a fact its residents are proud of and work hard to keep that enriching heritage alive. We are confident visitors will quickly notice and enjoy the many charms Sartell and St. Stephen have to offer. Whether you visit briefly, for a longer period or decide to “move in,” Sartell and St. Stephen and all of their residents warmly welcome you.

Town Square project takes shape cover photo courtesy of City of Sartell website

This is one-third of a triptych of an architect’s conception of a vision of people gathered by Lake Francis in south Sartell, an area of the city that is being developed as a downtown “Town Square” project, including a community center and other amenities for intergenerational entertainment and use. The “Town Square” area contains a blend of residential, recreational and business uses. The community center will house three gymnasiums, a senior-citizen center, public meeting rooms and possibly a library kiosk pick-up/drop-off station. Developers hope to develop more hikingbiking-skiing trails in the area, as well as amenities like ice-skating on the holding pond, which is dubbed “Lake Francis.”


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City services Sartell City Council

City council meetings take place at 6 p.m. the second and fourth Mondays of the month at Sartell City Hall. If only one meeting per month is needed, the second meeting for that month is canceled. Mayor Sarah Jane Nicoll, 320-309-7765 or sarahjane.nicoll@sartellmn.com Steve Hennes, 320-253-1926 or steve.hennes@sartellmn.com Pat Lynch, 320-240-0770 or pat.lynch@sartellmn.com David Peterson, 320-492-8017 or david.peterson@sartellmn.com

City Hall

125 Pinecone Road N. • 320-253-2171 The city administrator is Mary Degiovanni, who leads a staff of about 50 full-time city employees.

Fire Department

220 Fourth Ave. S. • 911 • Non-emergency: 320-253-3041 Led by Fire Chief Jim Sattler, the state-of-the-art Sartell Fire Department has 30 highly trained volunteers who not only fight fires, but also help on medical calls, car accidents and many other emergencies.

Police Department

310 Second St. S. • 911 • Non-emergency: 320-251-8186 Led by Police Chief Jim Hughes, the police force is comprised of 19 full-time officers, a community service officer and 10 volunteer reserve program officers, along with three administrative staff members.

St. Stephen City Council • 320-251-0964

City council meetings take place at 6:30 p.m. the first Wednesday of the month at City Hall. Mayor Cindy VanderWeyst: cindyvmayor@midconetwork.com Jeff Blenkush: jeffbcouncil@midconetwork.com Gene Skaj: genescouncil@midconetwork.com Danita Traut: danitatcouncil@midconetwork.com Tom Vouk: tomvcouncil@midconetwork.com

City Hall

2 Sixth Ave. SE • 320-251-0964 The city clerk is Cris Drais. Office hours are Tuesdays from 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Fire Department

2 Sixth Ave. SE • 911 • Non-emergency: 320-251-0964 Led by Fire Chief Jeff Drais, St. Stephen Fire and Rescue has 24 highly-trained volunteers who not only fight fires, but also help on medical calls, car accidents and many other emergencies.

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Area Representatives

State Rep. Tim O’Driscoll (R) District 13B 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 451 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN 55155 651-296-7808 or 1-800-920-9984 rep.tim.odriscoll@house.mn

State Sen. Michelle Fischbach (R) District 13 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. State Office Building, Room 153, St. Paul, MN 55155 651-296-2084 sen.michelle.fischbach@senate.mn

U.S. Rep. Tom Emmer (R) Sixth District

City Offices: 125 Pinecone Road N., Sartell Phone: 320.253.2171 E-mail: info@sartellmn.com Website: www.sartellmn.com

503 Cannon House Office Building, Washington D.C. 20515 202-225-6475 http://emmer.house.gov

Police Department: 320.251.8186 (non emergency) Public Works: 320.258.7339

302 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510 612-727-5220 http://klobuchar.senate.gov/contactamy.cfm

Planning & Zoning: 320.258.7316 Building Inspections: 320.258.7317

U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (DFL)

U.S. Sen. Al Franken (DFL)

309 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C. 20510 D.C. Phone 202-224-5641 MN Phone 320-251-2721 http://franken.senate.gov

Stearns County Commissioner Mark Bromenschenkel (Second District) P.O. Box 190, Sartell, MN 56377 320-493-9180 www.co.stearns.mn.us

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Benton County Commissioner Jim McMahon (Third District)

1706 Sixth Ave. N., Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 320-251-0400 www.co.benton.mn.us


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Little Sabres Preschool • Registration for the 2017-18 school year will start in February of 2017 and run through May 2017. • Watch for specific details in the winter edition of the Sabre Spotlight • Offerings will include programs for 3- to 5-year-olds with preschool and a wrap-around program offering full-day experiences

Schools Oak Ridge Elementary School - K-4th grade. 1111 27th St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 258-3693 Pine Meadow Elementary School - K-4th grade. 1029 Fifth St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 253-8303 Sartell Middle School - 5th-8th grades. 627 Third Ave. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 253-2200

Sartell-St. Stephen School District Service Center

212 3rd Ave. N., Sartell • 320-656-3763 www.sartell.k12.mn.us/early-childhood-education

Sartell High School - 9th-12th grades. 748 Seventh St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 656-0748 Sartell School District Service Center - Pre-K 212 Third Ave. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 656-3701 District Web Address: www.sartell.k12.mn.us The Sartell-St. Stephen School District has an excellent reputation for the quality of programs and services offered to students of all ages. The breadth and scope of the curricular program, extra-curricular opportunities and specialized programs make the school district one of the finest in Central Minnesota. Staff and administration are dedicated professionals who work closely with students and their parents to maintain a high standard of educational excellence.

Non-public school: St. Francis Xavier - Pre-K-6th Grades. 308 Second St N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 252-9940 Web Address: www.stfrancissartell.org

REACH UP INC.

We provide Head Start, Early Head Start, child care and family support services for eligible children and families in Benton, Sherburne and Stearns counties in central Minnesota. Core Values: • We value all relationships based on integrity, trust and respect. • We value our strength-based partnerships with families and community agencies. • We value the uniqueness and diversity within our communities.

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Students gathered at the Avalon neighborhood in Sartell to show their “Sabre Pride” support for the $105.8-million school-bond issue, which voters approved on May 24.

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Sartell Parks Below is information about each of the parks and natural greenways located in Sartell. For more information, visit www.sartellmn.com/parks-rec. Parks are numbered accordingly on the map on pages 12-13.

Regional & Community Parks

Neighborhood Parks

1. Celebration Park – located on 1012 19th Ave. N. This park has open space, playground, wading pool and restrooms. 2. Lions Park – situated off Pinecone Road and along the Watab River. Open space, trails, trees and benches are abundant in this space. – 6.15 acres 3. Northside Park – located along 12th Street N. You can find a large play structure, swings, open pavilion, 10 grills, swinging benches, basketball court, volleyball court, disc golf course, horseshoe pits, sliding hill, trails and Champion Field (soccer, baseball, softball, bleachers) at this location. – 36.32 acres 4. Pinecone Central Park – includes Pine Ridge Golf Course as well as baseball fields, soccer fields, hiking-biking trails, cross-country ski trails and a dog park. 5. Pinecone Regional Park – located next to Sartell City Hall along Pinecone Road, this seven-acre park features the Bernick’s hockey arena, hiking-biking trails and natural native vegetation with a creek flowing through it. 6. Rotary Riverside Park – Developed by the Sartell Rotary organization, it has easy access to the Mississippi River via a floating deck/ fishing pier. It also boasts picnic and recreational amenities and plenty of parking. 7. Sartell Veterans Park – located on Riverside Avenue. At this park is a monument, gazebo, open space and swinging benches facing the Mississippi River. – .77 acres. 8. Sauk River Regional Park – Sartell’s newest park is a pristine piece of property along the meandering Sauk River in south Sartell at the border line with north St. Cloud. The park boasts hiking-biking trails, a picnic area and access to the river as well as to St. Cloud’s Whitney Park via a walking bridge. 9. Val Smith – situated along County Road 29. This park has two play structures, swings, open and enclosed pavilion, picnic tables, horseshoes, sliding hill, a baseball field, a hockey rink, a basketball court, a volleyball court, tennis courts, a softball field, restrooms and swinging benches. – 12.51 acres 10. Watab Creek Park (North and South) – located along the Watab River off Riverside Ave. S. This park has a wading pool, restrooms, play structures, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a softball field, enclosed pavilion, volleyball court, public art pieces and trails with benches – 11.88 acres.

11. Creekview Preserve Park – a 1.87-acre park of hilly woodlands and a play structure. 12. Cypress Park – located on Fifth Street N. This park has a play structure, swings, swinging bench and a park shelter with a table. - .71 acres 13. Eastside Kiddie Park – located along County Road 33 and Fourth Street. Play structures, swings, basketball hoop and a bench are located within this park. – .72 acres 14. Fox Run of Avalon Village Park – a five-acre green space with playground equipment. 15. Geoffrey Park – accessible by trail and located on Tennessee Drive and 22nd Street S. This park provides open space and a playground. 16. Huntington Park – situated behind Pheasant Drive. This is a natural park with trails and open space. 17. Madison Crossing Park – a one-acre park with a play structure. 18. Meadowlake Park – located on 13th Street S. It contains a play structure, swings and a swinging bench. - .56 acres 19. Morningstar Park – located along 15th Street. This park contains a play structure, swings, a swinging bench and a park shelter with table. – .54 acres 20. Nature’s Edge Park – situated on Third Street S. Items at the park include a play structure, swings and a swinging bench. – .25 acres 21. Pine Tree Pond Park – located on Fifth Street N. A play structure, swings and picnic table are located at this park. – .47 acres 22. & 23. Rolling Meadows East and West – situated on 2-1/2 Street. These two areas have play structures, picnic tables, swinging benches and trails – East is 1.31 acres and West is 3.7 acres. 24. Sabre Oaks Park – located on Third Street S. You will find a play structure, swings, a swinging bench and a park shelter with table here. – .27 acres 25. Sandstone Park – a 3.33-acre park with trails, playground equipment and water feature. 26. Wilds Park North – situated north of Grizzly Lane. This park contains a wading pool (neighborhood residents only), play structure, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a basketball court, tennis courts, a volleyball court and trails. – 7.32 acres 27. Wilds Park South – located south of Grizzly Lane. This location is a natural park with open space and trails. – 2.4 acres

Greenways

28. Avalon Park – located on 2016 Third St. N. 29. Avalon Park 2 – a two-acre park of greenery and flowers. 30. Linear Park – located along Riverside Drive. Open space and swinging benches face the Mississippi River. – 1.61 acres 31. Newport Park – a 0.75-acre green space. 32. Oak View Pond Park – a 0.2-acre green space. 33. Pine Lakes Park – located on Mockingbird Loop. 34. Rolling Meadows North – located on Ninth Avenue N. It is completely natural with open fields. - 8.52 acres 35. Sartell Heights Park – located behind Seventh Street S and is natural at this time. – 2.56 acres 36. Stonebrook Park – a four-acre neighborhood park with greenery and flowers. 37. Tiffany Meadows Park – a 3.8-acre park with greenery and flowers.


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St. Stephen Neighborhood Parks 1. Hlebain Park – located at First Street SE and Fifth Avenue SE. The park has one basketball hoop, as well as a sand volleyball court. There is a small playground set for children plus a full-size slide and two swings. A small shelter is also present with a picnic table. 2. Parkway Park – located at First Street NE and Seventh Avenue NE. Park amenities include a Rainbow playset, a small skateboard area, a walking path around the park and picnic tables under an open shelter.

3. Smoley Fields – located off of CR 2 and Fifth Street NE. The park has two ball fields with dugouts. The Lions Club maintains a shelter next to the upper field, along with playground equipment. 4. Trobec Field – located off of Half Street SW and First Avenue SW. This is not a city-owned ball field; it is owned by the Church of St. Stephen, and is home to the St. Stephen Steves baseball team.


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Perry Rollings of Sartell, a member of Unity Spiritual Center of Sartell, holds on tight to the leashes of Kaiser the German shepherd and Polly the pug/terrier who sit patiently on the lawn during the blessing of the pets July 24.

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Calendar of Events Do you know of an annual community event that you would like us to include? Send your information to: Newsleader, Attn: Resource Guide Events, P.O. Box 324, St. Joseph, MN 56374; or e-mail it to news@thenewsleaders.com.

October-April Winter Farmers’ Market

A winter version of Monday Market is held one-two Saturdays per month at Sartell City Hall, 125 Pinecone Road. Hours of operation are from 3-6:30 p.m.

April Spring Clean-up

Caramel Roll Bike Ride

Bicyclists ride the Lake Wobegon Trail.

Rapids River Days - Sauk Rapids

This well attended three-day festival in Sauk Rapids, during the last weekend of June, features many fun-filled events: the selection at a pageant of three young women ambassadors to represent Sauk Rapids for the next year; a River Days Parade, the 1k and 5k Tanner Walk/Run and the Rapids River Food Fest in Sauk Rapids Municipal Park.

St. Cloud Granite City Days

“Granite City Days” is a four-day annual celebration held in late June.

The Sartell Lions host a spring clean-up from 8 a.m. to noon the last Saturday in April at the Sartell Middle School. 320-291-0799.

July

Golf Courses

May-September

A tradition in St. Joseph since 1904, the Fourth of July celebration attracts many thousands of people for its Lions Clubsponsored parade and the Catholic church bazaar, which includes games, dinner, a quilt auction, sales of crafts and baked goods, karaoke and live band music. On the night of July 3, JoeTown Rocks features music as well as fireworks.

Market Monday

Tour of Saints

Golf courses typically open in April. Call Blackberry Ridge Golf Course at 320-257-4563 and Pine Ridge Golf Course at 320259-0551 for exact dates.

Many area farmers from a 30-mile radius of Sartell sell fresh produce during Market Monday, a farmers’ market that began in 2011, at Riverside Plaza, 101 Seventh St. N. Hours of operation are from 3-6:30 p.m. An additional farmers’ market is held in the parking lot of CentraCare Health Plaza, 1900 CentraCare Circle, St. Cloud from 2-6 p.m. every Thursday. Among the many items sold are vegetables, maple syrup, honey, meats, eggs, herbs, fresh flowers and crafts.

May Sartell Apple Duathlon

Every year, toward the end of May, duathletes come to Sartell from throughout the United States and even from foreign countries to compete in the prestigious Sartell Apple Duathlon. Now in its 33rd year, the race features a 5k run, a 33k bicycle course and another 5k run. The Apple Duathlon is widely known as one of the finest duathlon races in the nation. The night before the event, there is a children’s duathlon race.

June Sartell SummerFest

Each summer, the Sartell SummerFest is scheduled the second weekend in June. The SummerFest, which attracts thousands of people to the city, features a Grand Parade, a big park celebration with a variety of acts, a street dance and fireworks.

Waite Park Family Fun Days

In early June, the Waite Park Family Fun Days is a week-long series of entertainment and celebration. Waite Park is two miles south of Sartell.

Avon Spunktacular Days

This weekend festival takes place in Avon, a city 12 miles southwest of Sartell. It’s usually scheduled for mid-June.

Independence Day Celebration

A long-established tradition in the St. Joseph area is the midsummer Tour of Saints, a recreational bicycle tour with loops of 35 and 50 miles through some of the most beautiful hilly country in Minnesota. www.tourofsaints.com.

August Rock ‘n’ Block

On the third Saturday of August, the Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce hosts an outdoor “Rock ‘n’ Block” party that starts in the afternoon and ends late at night. The event features lots of food, kids’ games, a karaoke contest and a band that performs for the outdoor street dance.

Rice Family Fun Day

This festival in downtown Rice, right on Main Street, takes place every year in mid-August. It boasts live bands, a street dance, beer and food vendors, a kiddie parade, a grand parade, kids’ games, raffle drawings and firefighters’ water fights.

September St. Stephen Parish Festival

The St. Stephen Parish Festival is held annually on Labor Day. The event features live music, games, food, a rummage sale, bingo, auctions, prize drawings and a lot of socializing.

Dash for Dad 5K/Walk

The funds raised from this event, typically held the third Saturday of the month, go to local and national non-profit organizations in the fight against prostate cancer. For more information, visit www.apumn.com.

Millstream Arts Festival

The last Sunday in September, St. Joseph hosts a juried art sale along Minnesota Street in downtown St. Joseph. Food vendors, entertainment and music abound. St. Joseph is five miles southwest of Sartell.


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Ava Hagerty, 7, of St. Stephen gets her face painting at the St. Stephen National Night Out event Aug. 2.

St. Joseph Rod & Gun Club FISHING FOR MEMBERS! • Stock certain area lakes • Boys/Girls June Fishing Clinic • Firearms Safety Education

• Long Lake Conservation Camp

Annual Membership - $18 www.stjoerodandgunclub.org

Call Betty at 320-223-1071

320-258-6061 info@sartellchamber.com

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Despite the 90-degree heat in Sauk Rapids, Taylor Corcoran, 16, and Sean Lovitz, 18, both of Sartell, enjoy a ride on the “Sizzler” Aug. 2 at the Benton County Fair.

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320-253-7954

612-670-8896

320-259-5761

320-828-1143

320-292-0790

320-492-4047

320-656-5928

320-240-6948

507-276-4503

320-259-5447

PHONE 320-255-0402

320-203-7091

320-260-9539

320-259-7147

320-217-8581

320-333-6601

320-203-8437

320-252-6544

1904 Third St. N.

94 Highview Dr. W.

401 Third St. N.

1043 Bridgeport Drive

921 Sundance Ct.

1619 Nuthatch Ave.

614 Second Ave. N.

7213 381st St.

320-309-0723

320-253-1192

320-252-7436

320-774-8844

320-259-8655

763-607-2510

320-390-8539

320-221-4218

1505 Morning Glory Ave. S. 320-217-8414

39302 55th Ave.

308 Bechtold Drive

1904 Eighth St. N.

721 20th Ave. N.

2143 Third St. N.

402 Bechtold Drive

612 Seventh St. S.

1911 Whippoorwill Way #4 320-761-3440

608 18th St. N.

2484 40th St. N.

529 Fieldcrest Court

1585 Riverside Ave. N.

500 Seventh Ave. S.

10 Sixth Ave. S.

705 16th Ave. N.

255 Ninth Ave. N.

1521 Killdeer Ave. S.

528 20th Ave. N.

515A 2-1/2 St. N.

303 Eighth St. NE.

1526 Pebble Creek Court

ADDRESS 6100 389th St.

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Sartell Area Church Directory Celebration Lutheran Church of Sartell

1500 Pinecone Road N. 320-255-0488 (Sept. – May) Saturday Contemporary Worship: 5 p.m. Sunday Worship: 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. Sunday Education Hours: 8:30 & 9:35 a.m. (June – Aug.) Sunday Worship: 8:30 & 10 a.m. Monday Contemporary Worship: 6:30 p.m.

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www.celebrationlutheranchurch.com

Discovery Church

RESURRECTION LUTHERAN CHURCH Fall Worship Schedule: (begins Sept. 18) Sundays: 8:15 & 10:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:25 a.m.

700 18th St. NW, Sauk Rapids 320-251-5767 Sunday Worship: 9:30 a.m.; Discovery Hour: 11 a.m. Youth Activities AWANA (Children) & Life Groups (Youth) Wednesday: 6:30 p.m. discoverychurchmn.com

First United Methodist Church of the St. Cloud Region

Summer Worship Schedule:

1107 Pinecone Road S. 320-251-0804 Sunday Morning Worship: 9:30 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Adult Programs throughout the week Contemplative Worship Service weekly Youth Groups on Wednesday nights www.fumcscr.org

Sundays: 9:30 a.m.

WoW! Worship on Wednesday: 5:45 p.m. WoW! School 6:30 p.m. Worship

610 North County Road 2 St. Joseph, MN 56374

320-363-4232

www.rlcstjoe.com • rlc@rlcstjoe.com

Grace Baptist Fellowship

1197 Pinecone Road 320-252-5548 Sunday Services: Sunday School: 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship Service: 10:30 a.m. Evening Service: 6 p.m. Wednesday Services: Adult Bible Studies & Youth Programs: 6:30 p.m. www.gracesartell.net

Messiah Lutheran Church (LCMS) 320 4th Ave. N. 320-252-5883 Sunday Worship: 9 a.m. Sunday Education Hour: 10:20 a.m. www.messiahsartell.com

Riverside Evangelical Church

405 Riverside Ave. N. 320-251-5801 Sunday Worship: 10 a.m. Sunday School: 11:20 a.m. www.riversideepc.org

Church of the Sacred Heart

2875 10th Ave. NE, Sauk Rapids 320-251-8115 Saturday Worship: 5 p.m. Sunday Worship: 8 & 10 a.m. sacredheartsaukrapids.org

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 219 2nd St. N. 320-252-1363 Saturday Mass: 5 p.m. Sunday Masses: 8:30 & 10:30 a.m. www.stfrancissartell.org

The Waters Church

1227 Pinecone Road N. 320-291-0202 Saturday Worship: 5 p.m. Sunday Worship: 9 & 10:45 a.m. www.thewaterschurch.net


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Advertising Index 360 Chiropractic..................................... 15 AFLAC-Deborah Krump........................ 18 AmericInn Lodge & Suites..................... 23 Auto Body 2000...................................... 22 Brenny Transportation Inc...................... 19 Catholic Charities................................... 21 City of Sartell............................................ 6 Coborn’s.................................................... 7 Coldwell Banker Burnet/Chris Hauck.... 10 CSB/SJU................................................... 9 Country Manor Senior Housing............. 24 Drs. Styles, Cotton & Milbert Family Dentisry....10 Dungarvin................................................. 2 Evergreen Village...................................... 5 Laser Dentistry........................................ 22 Little Falls Convention & Visitors Bureau.... 17

Little Sabres Preschool............................. 8 Local Blend............................................... 6 Midcontinent Communications................. 2 Mustang Signs & Graphics..................... 23 North Benton Dental Care...................... 18 Omann Insurance Agency......................... 5 Pediatric Dentistry.................................... 9 Pine Cone Pet Hospital........................... 18 PineCone Vision Center............................ 5 ProGrowth Insurance Agency................. 15 Reach-Up.................................................. 8 Resurrection Lutheran Church................ 21 St. Cloud Federal Credit Union................ 6 St. Cloud HRA........................................ 19 St. Cloud Medical Group.......................... 4 St. Cloud Orthopedics............................. 10

St. John’s Outdoor University................. 10 St. Joseph Rod & Gun Club................... 17 Sartell Area Churches............................. 21 Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce....... 17 Sartell-St. Stephen Newsleader................. 3 Sartell-St. Stephen School District........... 8 Sartell Tax Service.................................. 22 Sisters of the Order of St. Benedict........ 21 Sterling Park Senior Living...................... 7 Tri-County Humane Society..................... 8 Wacosa DocuShred/Thriftworks............. 19 Weddings & More................................... 17 Welch Dental............................................. 7 West Central Sanitation.......................... 22 Yapel Orthodontics................................... 4

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