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Fall 2013 Resource Guide

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Welcome to Sartell!

by Joseph Perske Sartell Mayor

As mayor of the City of Sartell and on behalf of its more than 15,000 residents, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all visitors. Native Americans, followed by settlers, merchants and industrialists, found this area on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi to be a great place to live. That feeling has carried on for centuries and is alive today. Whether you are here on a visit or you are moving into Sartell to make your new home, I’m sure you will find the city an exciting and enjoyable place to be. Sartell has experienced rapid growth in the past two decades, yet keeps the friendly atmosphere of a neighborhood community. The local school district, Sartell-St. Stephen, has a reputation as one of the finest school systems in the state. It offers top-notch academics, fine arts, competitive athletics and many extended program opportunities for people of all ages. City parks and an everexpanding trail system provide recreation

Table of Contents City services.............................4 Schools.....................................6 Calendar of events..............8, 10 City map............................12-13 Parks.......................................14 State & county officials..........16 Faith Communities.................18 Day care providers.................20 Advertising Index...................22

all year ‘round. Many youth organizations and volunteer groups offer a wide variety of opportunities, including athletics, gardening, fishing, fitness, learning and socializing. The Sartell Chamber of Commerce, with more than 160 members, is committed to promoting and maintaining economic growth in the city and sponsors several key community building events throughout the year. Memorial Day 2012 will be remembered as one of the most horrific days in history for the City of Sartell. The tragic explosion and fire that day at the Verso paper mill brought the close to the iconic industry that had been the livelihood of the community for more than a century. In 2013, the city remains optimistic and committed to the potential redevelopment of that site along the Mississippi River. Sartell continues to be the local leader as “the city of choice” for residential housing starts and commercial development. Major transportation projects recently completed and now underway will improve traffic flow and enhance economic development. Many exciting recreational- and com-

Cover photo photo by Lydia Andersonb This intriguing photo won a national first prize in 2013 for Lydia Anderson, who is now a sixthgrader at Sartell Middle School. For her winning photo, Anderson took a picture of her own shadow as she sat in an apple tree at her grandparents’ yard in Willmar. The photo contest was sponsored by the St. Cloud Area Boys and Girls Club. Anderson won first in the essay-photo division in which she had to express in a photo and words the theme of “My Future Looks Bright.” The apple in the photo, she explained in her essay, symbolizes her goal of the future while the shadows evoke the uncertainties that could perhaps complicate achieving that goal.

munity-centered initiatives have made great progress in the city just in the past six months. Pinecone Central Park, on a vast tract of land the city purchased, finally opened in spring 2013 with tournaments at its four baseball diamonds. Other amenities at that park are underway, including trails, picnic areas and a dog park. A new shelter is being built to replace the old one at Watab Park. The longplanned Sauk River Regional Park is closer to becoming a reality now that the city has a purchase agreement on that scenic wooded land in south Sartell. Planning committees are busy working for a community-resource facility, including the possibility of a senior center and a community library. Again, whether you are here for a day or have moved here for a lifetime, I invite you to get out and enjoy the City of Sartell. Just try one of our restaurants, play in one of the parks, do some shopping or just take a break down by the river. I hope to see you there. More information is easily available on our city website at http://www.sartell-mn. com or by viewing Channel 19 on local cable television. This resource guide is published bi-annually by Von Meyer Publishing Inc., publishers of Sartell's official newspaper, the Sartell Newsleader.

Owner/Publisher: Janelle Von Pinnon Graphic Designer: Tara Wiese Ad Sales Assistant: Kathryn Bjorke Editor: Dennis Dalman Delivery: Glen Lauer

For comments or questions: (320) 363-7741 news@thenewsleaders.com

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City services Sartell City Council

City council meetings take place at 7 p.m. the second and fourth Mondays of the month in Sartell City Hall. Mayor Joe Perske, 320-259-8270 or jperske@charter.net Amy Braig-Lindstrom, 320-259-7982 or amybraig@hotmail.com Steve Hennes, 320-253-1926 or stevehennes@aol.com Sarah Jane Nicoll, 320-309-7765 or snicoll@amfam.com David Peterson, 320-492-8017 or david.peterson20@yahoo.com

Sartell City Hall

125 Pine Cone Road • 320-253-2171 The interim city administrator is Mary Degiovanni, who leads a staff of two dozen, including maintenance and police.

Fire Department

220 4th Ave. S. • 320-253-3041 Led by Fire Chief Ken Heim, the state-of-the-art Sartell-LeSauk 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 2nd St. S. • 320-251-8186 Led by Police Chief Jim Hughes, the police force is comprised of 17 officers, as well as 12 volunteer Reserve Program officers, an office manager/dispatcher and a part-time clerk.

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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 5th St. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 253-8303 Sartell Middle School - 5th-8th grades. 627 3rd Ave. N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 253-2200 Sartell High School - 9th-12th grades. 748 7th St. N,. Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 656-0748

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

Police Department: 320.251.8186 (non emergency) Public Works: 320.258.7304 Planning & Zoning: 320.258.7306 Building Inspections: 320.258.7317

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.

350 Hwy 10 S., St. Cloud, MN 320-253-8110

www.reachupinc.org

Sartell School District Service Center - Pre-K 748 7th St. N,. Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 656-3701 St. Francis Xavier - K-6th Grades. 308 2nd St N., Sartell, MN 56377 (320) 252-9940 Web Addresses: www.sartell.k12.mn.us www.stfrancissartell.org The Sartell-St. Stephen School District has an excellent reputation for 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.

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Calendar of events September 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, music abound. St. Joseph is five miles southwest of Sartell.

October Community Halloween Party

Each year Kidstop hosts a community-wide Halloween Party for local children.

October-April Winter Farmers’ Market

District Schools and Offices High School

Grades 9-12

320-656-0748

Middle School

Grades 5-8

320-253-2200

Pine Meadow Elementary

Grades K-4

320-253-8303

Oak Ridge Elementary

Grades K-4

320-258-3693

District Service Center

Pre-K

320-656-3701

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

February Community Showcase

A Community Showcase, sponsored by the Sartell Area Chamber of Commerce, is held in late February at the Sartell Middle School. The event features business information, entertainment and a pancake breakfast.

March/April Easter party

A community Easter party, sponsored by the Sartell Jaycees, is held the Saturday before Easter in Pine Meadow Elementary School.

April Spring Clean-up

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.

Golf Courses

Golf courses typically open in April. Call Blackberry Ridge Golf Course at 320-257-4563 and Pine Ridge Golf Course at 320-259-0551 for exact dates.

May-September Market Monday

Many area farmers from a 30-mile radius of Sartell sell fresh produce during Market Monday, a farmers’ market that began in 2011, at Sartell City Hall, 125 Pinecone Road. Hours of operation are from 3-6:30 p.m. 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 30th 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. Calendar of events • page 10

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It’s not about the home . . . it’s about the family that lives there. Auto-Owners is the only company that offers true Guaranteed Home Replacement Coverage. Let your local, independent agent design an insurance package that is just right for you and your family.

Auto-Owners Insurance

Sartell 320-253-6822 • St. Joseph 320-363-7233 Waite Park 320-252-6175 • Cold Spring 320-685-7215

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Calendar of events

June (continued from page 8) 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.

Avon Spunktacular Days

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

Caramel Roll Bike Ride Bicyclists ride the Lake Wobegon Trail.

Rapids River Days - Sauk Rapids

This three-day event, which takes place usually on the last weekend in June, is a perennially popular gathering in Sauk Rapids Municipal Park along the Mississippi River. Sauk Rapids is about 1 mile east of Sartell.

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

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.

July Independence Day Celebration

A tradition in St. Joseph since 1904, the Fourth of July celebration attracts many thousands of people for its Lions Club-sponsored 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.

Tour of Saints

A long-established tradition in the St. Joseph area is the mid-summer 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.

September St. Stephen Parish Festival

The St. Stephen Parish Festival is held annually on Labor Day Weekend. The two-day 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.

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J and J Holmes Inc. is the areas premiere corporate foster care provider working with persons diagnosed with a developmental disability or related conditions. Our goal is to improve the person’s overall quality of life throughout their day and settings. We offer a variety of services ranging from supported living and crisis/respite care to technical assistance and consultations. If you are looking for an exciting, challenging career where you make a difference in someone’s life, then becoming a Direct Care Specialist with J and J Holmes may be right for you! Compassionate, determined and responsible individuals will be provided all required training. Apply online at www.jandjholmes.com or in person at 2137 Troop Drive, Sartell. Walk-in interviews offered each Thursday from 1-4 p.m. EEO/AA Employer

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Rolling Meadows North Sabre Oaks Park Sandstone East Park Sandstone West Park Sartell Heights Park Stonebrook Park Tiffany Meadows Park Wilds Park North Wilds Park South

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1. Celebration Park 2. Linear Park 3. Lions Park 4. Northside Park 5. Pinecone Central Park 6. Pinecone Regional Park 7. Rotary Riverside Park 8. Sartell Veterans Park 9. Shay Property 10. Val Smith Park

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Parks Below is information about each of the 39 parks located in Sartell. For more information, visit www.sartellmn.com/parks_list.htm. Parks are numbered accordingly on the map on pages 12-13.

Regional Parks

1. Celebration Park – located on 1012 19th Ave. N. 2. Linear Park – located along Riverside Drive. Open space and swinging benches face the Mississippi River. – 1.61 acres 3. 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 4. 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 5. Pinecone Central Park – Pine Ridge Golf Course. A few years ago, the city purchased the 20-acre private golf course along Pinecone Road N. in central Sartell to develop 168 acres total into parkland. Still under development, nearly 82 acres will be developed as athletic facilities. When finished it will have ball fields, soccer fields, picnic areas, trails, parking and many other recreational facilities. 6. Pinecone Regional Park – located next to Sartell City Hall along Pinecone Road, this seven-acre park features the Bernick’s pleasure-skating and hockey arena, hiking-biking trails and natural native vegetation with a creek flowing through it. 7. Rotary Riverside Park – one of Sartell’s newest parks. Developed by the Sartell Rotary organization, it has easy access to the Mississippi River via a floating deck. It also boasts picnic and recreational amenities and plenty of parking. 8. 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. 9. Shay Property – land purchased by the city for future park development along the Mississippi River, bordering St. Cloud. 10. 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, grills, restrooms and swinging benches. – 12.51 acres 11. Watab Creek North Park – located on 3rd Avenue N. This is a natural park with some benches and trails. – 2.68 acres 12. Watab Creek South Park – located on Sartell Street along the Watab River. Here you will find a wading pool, restrooms, play structures, swings, swinging benches, picnic tables, a softball field, grills, an enclosed pavilion, a volleyball court and trails. – 8.63 acres

Neighborhood Parks

13. Avalon Park – located on 2016 3rd St. N. 14. Avalon Park 2 – a 2-acre park of greenery and flowers. 15. Creekview Preserve Park – a 1.87-acre park of hilly woodlands. 16. Cypress Park – located on 5th Street N. This park has a play structure, swings, swinging bench and a park shelter with a table. - .71 acres 17. Eastside Kiddie Park – located along County Road 33 and 4th Street. Play structures, swings, basketball hoop and a bench are located within this park. – .72 acres 18. Fox Run of Avalon Village Park – a five-acre green space with playground equipment. 19. FranGen Park – located on Mockingbird Loop. 20. Geoffrey Park – located on Tennessee Drive and 22nd Street S. 21. Huntington Park – situated behind Pheasant Drive. This is a natural park with trails and open space. 22. Madison Crossing Park – a one-acre park with greenery and flowers. 23. Meadowlake Park – located on 13th Street S. It contains a play structure, swings and a swinging bench. - .56 acres 24. Morningstar Park – located along 15th Street. This park contains a play structure, swings, a swinging bench and a park shelter with table. – .54 acres 25. Nature’s Edge Park – situated on 3rd Street S. Items at the park include a play structure, swings and a swinging bench. – .25 acres 26. Newport Park – a 0.75-acre green space. 27. Oak View Pond Park – a 0.2-acre green space. 28. Pine Tree Pond Park – located on 5th Street N. A play structure, swings and picnic table are located at this park. – .47 acres 29. & 30. Rolling Meadows East & 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. 31. Rolling Meadows North – located on 9th Avenue N. It is completely natural with open fields. - 8.52 acres 32. Sabre Oaks Park – located on 3rd Street S. You will find a play structure, swings, a swinging bench and a park shelter with table here. – .27 acres 33. Sandstone East Park – a 1.1-acre park with trails and water features. 34. Sandstone West Park – a half-acre park with playground equipment. 35. Sartell Heights Park – located behind 7th Street S and is natural at this time. – 2.56 acres 36. Stonebrook Park – a 4-acre neighborhood park with greenery and flowers. 37. Tiffany Meadows Park – a 3.8-acre park with greenery and flowers. 38. 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 39. Wilds Park South – located south of Grizzly Lane. This location is a natural park with open space and trails. – 2.4 acres

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photo by Dennis Dalman

A jam-packed crowd of runners sets off from the starting line during the 5k Mayor’s Race during Sartell SummerFest 2012.

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Area Representatives State Rep. Tim O’Driscoll (R) District 14A 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 369 State Office Building, St. Paul, MN 55155 651-297-9010 rep.tim.odriscoll@house.mn

State Sen. Michelle Fischbach (R) District 14 100 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. Michele Bachmann (R)

110 2nd St. S., Suite 232, Waite Park, MN 56387 320-253-5931 http://bachmann.house.gov/Email_zip.htm

U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar (DFL)

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

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

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

Benton County

Jim McMahon (Third District)

1706 6th Ave. N., Sauk Rapids, MN 56379 320-251-0400 www.co.benton.mn.us

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 John at 320-267-7620

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Faith Communities The Sartell-St. Stephen area now has 14 faith communities to serve an ever-increasing number of residents. Abounding Joy Lutheran Church 1191 Scout Drive, Sartell (Central MN Boy Scout Bldg.) 320-217-8784 The Bahá’í of Sartell P.O. Box 351, Sartell 320-230-2121 Celebration Lutheran Church 1500 Pinecone Road N., Sartell 320-255-0488

First United Methodist Church of the St. Cloud Region 1107 Pinecone Rd. S. 320-251-0804 Grace Baptist Fellowship 1197 Pinecone Road, Sartell 320-252-5548 Messiah Lutheran Church 320 4th Ave. N., Sartell 320-252-5883

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 2167 Troop Drive, Sartell 320-253-1430

Riverside Evangelical Church 405 Riverside Ave. N., Sartell 320-251-5801

Communion Life Fellowship (meets at Riverside Evangelical Church) 405 Riverside Ave. N., Sartell 320-253-3909

St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church 219 2nd St. N., Sartell 320-252-1363

St. Stephen Catholic Church 103 Central Ave. S., St. Stephen 320-251-1520 Unity Spiritual Center of Central MN 931 5th Ave. N., Sartell 320-255-9253 Victory Baptist Church 32932 County Road 4, Sartell 320-251-5598 The Waters Church 1227 Pinecone Road N., Sartell 320-291-0202

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Michael contardo, d.d.s.

26 2nd Ave. N.W. St. Joseph, MN 320-363-4468

www.michaelcontardodds.com

LAST NAME

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Anderson Anderson Bakken Batdorf Beam Becher Beckrich Beckstrom Bird Blommel Bommersbach Brinker Brinkman Brockopp Christensen Coleman Davis Disrud Duea Enstad Erickson Evers Fischer Fox Goltz Gray Gunderson Hauser Holland Holman Holtz Kalthoff Kiley Krebs Kreuz Kuklok Langston Larson Lee Lewellyn Lolmasteymaugh Mareck

Amanda Ashley Sarah Betty Lori Jamie Debra Sara Robertha Marge Sheri Jessica Kristina Cherilee Donette Lorna Karen Joanne Aimee Jennifer Nicole Kristi Elaine Angela Sara Lori Darlene Linda Janice Kimberly Kelly Kelli Diane Lori Susan Allison Vicki Sharon Natalie Lisa Rachel Raquel

1913 7th St. N. 1904 3rd St. N. 915 10th St. S. 733 3rd St. N. 369 Pine Ridge Road 1121 3rd St. N. 807 Edinburgh St. 1727 6th St. N. 242 Ash Circlle 816 Brookwood Lane 1514 4th Ave. N. 401 3rd St. S. #106 2135 3rd St. N. 105 11th St. N. 204 9th Ave. N. 1301 4th Ave. N. 224 Sundance Road 614 2-1/2 St. N. 1009 Connecticut Ave. S. 255 9th Ave. N. 440 22nd Ave. N. 820 11th St. S. 1605 4th Ave. N. 1528 6th Ave. S. 304 23rd Ave. N. 405 4th St. N. 733 2-1/2 St. N. 508 Huntington Drive 1133 3rd St. N. 306 8th St. N. 532 13th Ave. N. 507 16th St. N. 207 4th St. N. 304 Riverside Ave. S. 305 Lawrence Court 1408 17 St. S. 1120 4th St. N. 6100 389th St. 1526 Pebble Creek Court 515A 2-1/2 St. N. 803 4th St. N. 528 20th Ave. N.

320-252-2845 320-253-8133 320-774-8751 320-253-8900 320-656-5231 320-217-2175 320-230-6544 320-309-0142 320-253-9028 320-230-0697 320-240-1703 320-250-9396 320-253-7621 320-253-2929 320-656-5615 320-240-1982 320-240-0281 320-259-0028 320-252-2356 320-654-0349 320-230-5156 320-656-0577 320-654-6894 320-761-6363 320-217-8394 320-259-8672 320-252-2743 320-255-5185 320-309-8886 612-387-9396 320-252-2095 320-529-0548 320-253-3750 320-249-4251 320-291-1885 320-252-4278 320-252-2489 320-255-0402 320-259-5447 320-240-6948 320-492-3435 320-656-5928

LAST NAME Marker Mathiasen Mathisen Mead Mertens Miland Murray Neu Nierenhausen Noehring Olson Peterson Pluimer Reichel Rice-Jansky Roering Rupar Sanborn Sarff Scheiterlein Schroers Shaw Smith Stone Stonestrom Taszarek Theisen Tucker Vandenberg Vogt Wagner Weaver Weishalla Wensmann

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1417 4th St. N. 320-492-3016 1521 Killdeer Ave. S. 320-492-4047 1501 Morning Glory Ave. S. 763-442-4156 525 23rd Ave. N. 320-339-0056 705 16th Ave. N. 320-828-1143 10 6th Ave. S. 320-259-5761 500 7th Ave. S. 612-670-8896 1585 Riverside Ave. N. 320-253-7954 1101 3rd St. N. 320-230-5649 529 Fieldcrest Court 320-654-0634 4537 Pine Point Road 320-259-6790 415 12th Ave. N. 320-251-6385 608 18th St. N. 320-529-9825 1301 15th St. S. 320-493-5872 707 10th St. S. 320-253-8984 805 2nd Ave. N. 320-252-9849 239 6th Ave. S. 320-309-1134 625 10th St. S. 320-230-2302 612 7th St. S. 320-252-6544 402 Bechtold Drive 320-203-8437 2143 3rd St. N. 320-333-6601 509 20th Ave. N. 320-251-6906 1904 8th St. N. 320-259-7147 308 Bechtold Drive 320-229-0472 39302 55th Ave. 320-203-7091 900 5th Ave. E. 320-259-5587 7213 381st St. 320-221-4218 1608 Nuthatch Ave. 763-607-2510 921 Sundance Court 320-259-8655 1043 Bridgeport Drive 320-774-8844 711 1st Ave. N. 320-230-6491 1207 4th Ave. N. 763-742-4203 401 3rd St. N. 320-252-7436 94 Highview Drive W. 320-253-1192

St. Stephen Licensed Day Cares LAST NAME Ferguson Justin Vanderweyst

FIRST Tina Michelle Cynthia

ADDRESS 304 5-1/2 St. N.E. 114 5th Ave. S.E. 14 2nd Ave. N.E

PHONE 320-259-6745 320-443-0110 320-529-8498

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Sartell Licensed Day Cares

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Deborah A. Krump An independent agent representing AFLAC

1407 33rd St. S. Suite 109 • St. Cloud, MN 56301 320-217-6040 (business) • 320-267-8138 (cell) 320-217-6041 (fax) deborah_krump@us.aflac.com • www.aflac.com

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Advertising Index Adult & Pediatric Urology.......................................9

DeZurik...................................................................15

St. Cloud Camera & Photo.....................................16

AFLAC - Deborah Krump......................................21

Dovetail Kitchen Designs.......................................21

St. Cloud Federal Credit Union..............................17

Alliance Health Care...............................................16

Garden Wok............................................................18

St. Cloud Medical Group........................................11

AmericInn Lodging & Suites...................................2

Independent Lifestyles Inc......................................19

St. Cloud Orthopedics...............................................5

Auto Body 2000 Inc...............................................17

J and J Holmes........................................................11

St. Francis Xavier Catholic School.........................11

BankVista..................................................................6

Legends at Heritage Place........................................7

St. Joseph Rod & Gun Club...................................16

Blackberry Ridge Event Center..............................15

Liberty Savings Bank.............................................24

Sartell Newsleader..................................................22

Bremer Bank...........................................................10

Marnanteli’s Pizza...................................................15

Sartell-St. Stephen Education Foundation................7

Brenny Transportation............................................10

Midcontinent Communications...............................17

Sartell-St. Stephen School District #748..................8

Catholic Charities...................................................22

Midway Iron & Metal Inc.......................................16

Stearns Electric Association...................................22

Central Minnesota Credit Union.............................19

Mustang Signs & Graphics.......................................4

Stephen Gabrielson LTD..........................................3

Chiropractic Performance Center.............................8

Omann Insurance Agency.........................................9

Tri-County Abstract................................................21

City of Sartell............................................................6

Pediatric Dentistry....................................................5

Tri-County Humane Society...................................22

Coborn’s....................................................................7

PineCone Vision Center............................................9

Weddings & More...................................................15

Coldwell Banker Burnet Realty - Chris Hauck........4

ProGrowth Insurance Agency - Allan Karki.............5

Welch Dental Care..................................................23

College of Saint Benedict/Saint John’s University...... 23

Reach Up Inc............................................................6

William’s Integracare Clinic.....................................2

Contardo, Dr. Michael DDS...................................19

Riverside Dental........................................................9

Yapel Orthodontics...................................................4

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• Advanced Technology • Relaxing Setting • Emergency Care • Extractions • Root Canal Therapy • Whitening

• Cleanings • Cosmetic Dentistry • Fillings • Dentures • Crowns and Bridges


Sartell Resource Guide Fall 2013