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Numbers can say a lot. Minnesota families have adopted 12,500 children from the state's foster care system in the past 20 years. With more children in our system in 2016, families adopted more foster children — 868 — than any other year over the last two decades. Adoption is cause for celebration, not only for the newly created families but for all of us in Minnesota. More than anything else in their lives, children need safe, stable, nurturing families. That is what enables them to learn, gain confidence and grow into healthy, productive adults.
Q: What is the law regarding small signs placed alongside a road or berm? There are a lot of small curb signs popping up all over Red Wing and as a driver, I find them distracting and obstructive.
Come down to the Pottery Annex and enjoy the Old Fashion Holiday planned Nov. 18-19 by the Pottery Museum of Red Wing. Santa will be there to hear what every good boy and girl has on his and her Christmas wish list. Everyone loves eating cookies, but decorating them is way more fun when no cleanup is involved in your own kitchen. All the tools, frosting and cutouts will be available.
Because Veterans Day falls on the weekend in 2017, the closure schedule is different than in typical years. Government agencies and related businesses will be closed Friday, Nov. 10, to observe Veterans Day, which is Saturday. Schools are in session. The U.S. Postal Service will observe the holiday on the actual date, however, so first-class mail will not be delivered Saturday and post offices will be closed.
ZUMBROTA — Stained-glass art and paintings take center stage this month at Crossings at Carnegie. The exhibit featuring works from Marie Rose Adams and Lisa Arnold will be on display until Nov. 25. Arnold of Minneapolis owns Xola Arts & Objects in Longfellow.
Kelsie Ward knows that she's a logical person, one who plans things out. To her there it was logical, not simply impulsive, for her to decide one day that "I did not want to pursue what I was pursuing" in college. The Cold Spring, Minn., native, who was in residence during October — the final month in the 2017 season — at the Anderson Center, was a senior at the College of St. Benedict when she realized that her degree in economics and psychology could not be the end of her education.
ZUMBROTA — Songwriter/composer/liturgist John Hermanson's melodic and lyrically driven songs weave stories that provoke questions and inspire deeper contemplation of the world and our place in it. Enjoy his music in the intimate art-filled environment of Crossings at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10. Hermanson graduated from St. Olaf College in 1993 with a self-designed interreligious dialogue major. He is a member of the acclaimed acoustic duo Storyhill, appearing on Prairie Home Companion and Mountain Stage, and was a Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Competition winner.
The Goodhue County Economic Development Authority and Community and Economic Development Associates finalized details for the upcoming EDA Housing Summit. This is the second Goodhue County Summit of the year.
United Way of Goodhue, Wabasha and Pierce Counties will begin accepting Community Impact Grant applications on Monday, Nov. 6. These grants will focus on the goal area of economic mobility and basic needs.
The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's is the world's largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer's care, support and research. Volunteers and new committee members are needed to help plan, prepare, promote and execute the Red Wing walk on Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018.