In its second year, the Eagan and Lakeville Resource Center Garden to Table program collected more than 18,000 pounds of fresh produce for local families in need of food support.
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Big changes are taking place at the St. Peter Area Food Shelf as the organization is not only in the process of changing the way it operates, but also where it operates.
Volunteers with the St.
by Debra Neutkens
Tuesday, July 26, 2011 6:06 PM CDT
WHITE BEAR LAKE — Every month, “Me” sends a small cash donation to the White Bear Lake Emergency Food Shelf.
The faithful benefactor prefers to remain anonymous and that’s just fine with Joan Burth.
By Jonathan Young – Sun newspapers
Published: Wednesday, July 20, 2011 11:56 AM CDT
Sometimes delays are a blessing.
About 15 years after the concept began taking shape, the Community Emergency Assistance Program (CEAP), Hennepin County and the Osseo Area Schools broke ground on their Northwest Regional Family Services Center July 13.
List: What’s open and what’s closed in the shutdown?
by Molly Bloom, Minnesota Public Radio
July 1, 2011
• Hennepin County Service Centers (where you can get marriage licenses, etc.)
• Residential custodial care services (nursing homes, treatment centers, etc.)
• Medical assistance and welfare programs
• Secretary of State’s office
• Summer school
• MnSCU sc
Near Minnesota’s shuttered Capitol, a special judge is hearing pleas from people and groups who are arguing their programs should keep going amid the indefinite government shutdown. Representatives from groups serving battered women and the Minnesota Zoo have already appeared.
It’s unclear what shutdown will mean for some school programs
By Beth Hawkins | Published Fri, Jul 1 2011 8:30 am
The briefest of notes today concerning the state government shutdown and education.
WORTHINGTON — Local youth from seven churches worked together Saturday to plant vegetables in an acre and a half of soil — a community garden behind Viking Terrace Apartments, whose produce will go toward local food shelves.
As many farmers’ markets across the state open for the season this weekend, more Minnesota families will have access to fresh, locally grown food.