New Richmond News
The New Richmond community is invited to join City of New Richmond staff and elected officials for a North Side Listening Session 5:30-7 p.m. Monday, May 22 in the City Council Chambers at the Civic Center. The public will have the chance to ask questions and will also be able to share their thoughts and ideas on the north side of New Richmond. Questions can be directed to City Administrator Mike Darrow at 715-243-0401 or email@example.com .
St. Croix Central Elementary students were recognized for showing courage at the May 5 CARES program assembly. Kindergartners recognized for showing courage during the month of April were Elsie Hanson, Hannah Schulte, Jack Olson, Lane Gillis, Callie Heinbuch and Quinn Baar. First-graders recognized as part of the school's CARES program for showing courage during the month of April were Hadley Berger, Jaden Pittman, Colton Kahler, Greyson Goodwin and Maverick Sullivan.
St. Anne Catholic School hosted Grandparents Day April 28. Grandparents were invited to attend Mass at 12:30 p.m. and a program in the school gym featuring the school's three band sections as well as a performance by each grade level (fourth grade class is pictured). Guests were able to visit the Scholastic Book Fair and student exhibits on display from the previous evening's 4K through eighth grade art show and middle school science fair. Photo submitted by Rand Stanke
Chad Bauer, of Edward Jones, held a ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony May 4. Edward Jones is located at 830 Rivard St., Suite 500, Somerset.
The Kiwanis Club of New Richmond hosted their annual honors banquet May 8 at Gibby’s Banquet center. This 40-year tradition honors students in the top 10 percent of the New Richmond High School graduating class for their great achievements and recognizes their parents.
Written by Hazel Mackin Public Library Director Krissa Coleman
Starting May 17, the Somerset Pea Soup Days Committee will begin posting clues for its annual Pea Soup Days Medallion Hunt on its website (peasoupdays.com), Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as in the New Richmond News. Each clue will be released at 9 a.m. each Wednesday leading up to Pea Soup Days. All participants in the medallion hunt will need a Pea Soup Days button in order to take part in the hunt, which can be purchased for $2.
Written by Friday Memorial Library Director Kimberly Hennings. The thing I love most about book clubs is reading outside my comfort zone. When you read with a book club, you are at the mercy of the group. Some of my favorite books have been one’s I was “forced” to read that I normally wouldn’t have even glanced twice at had I saw it on the shelf (I’m looking at you “The Book Thief”).
Paige Schmit is hard-working, responsible, and kind. She is thoughtful and is always respectful toward her classmates and teachers. Paige puts forth her best effort in all she does and she brings that quality out in those around her. Paige is a fantastic student and a pleasure to have in class.
Thomas Smallidge Grade: 6 Parent(s) name: Warren and Wendi Favorite class: Literature Favorite activities: Hockey and water skiing. What I like about school ... learning and seeing my friends. Amelia Dittman Grade: 6 Parent(s) name: Kristin and Darren Dittman Favorite class: Art, literature and social studies. Favorite activities: Drawing, painting, reading and basketball. What I like about school ... Awesome teachers and classmates. Paul Dorsch Grade: 6