1 Published by the Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association July Ice Cream Scoop-Off Wednesday, July 15, 6:00-8:00 pm On Cedar Lake Road in front of Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church T Thanks to all who came out the evening of Sunday, June 14, to help to weed the Bryn Mawr Hedge (Penn & 394). It was a great opportunity to learn about what the Garden Group has been working on and help brainstorm ideas to keep the Bryn Mawr Hedge going strong or discuss other alternatives. he BMNA annual Ice Cream Scoop Off is Wednesday, July 15. This is our largest attended event. Please join us from 6-8 PM on Cedar Lake Rd. in front of the church and sample a variety of ice creams, enjoy the music of The Percolators and vote for your favorite flavor. We will announce the winner at 8 PM. Suggested donations are $3/person or $5/family. - Patty Wycoff, Neighborhood Coordinator SHREK - A Big Bright Beautiful World at Anwatin Middle School! O n May 29 and 30, 2015, a cast and crew of 65 of Anwatin Middle School s 6th, 7th and 8th grade students inspired and entertained audiences with perf o rmances of the comedy Shrek The Musical. This year s show was full of energy and showcased some amazing talent! Local Bryn Mawr youth featured in the cast were Jack Stillman (Area 3) who played Donkey, Rose Andersen (Area 3) as one of the Three Little Pigs, Meghan Abel (Area 5) as Goldilocks, and Abby Smith (Area 6) as Pinocchio. Students rehearsed every day for eight weeks with professional artists, quality sets, costumes, sound and lighting. The school musical is one of the key ways in which Project SUCCESS helps students build confidence, gain new experiences, and learn more about themselves and each other through the power of theater. Working hand-in-hand with students at Anwatin Middle School since 2000, Project SUCCESS has produced yearly school musicals. Shrek was the 15th show at the school! Thank you to everyone who came to see the show.
2 2 The Bryn Mawr Bugle July 2015 on the web at bmna.org BMNA Reporter B RYN MAWR NEIGHBORHOOD A S S O C I ATION Bo a rd Meeting Mi n u t e s We d n e s d a y, June 10, :00 8:45 PM Bryn Mawr Pre s byterian Churc h 1. Call to Order, I n t r o d u c t i o n s - 7:02 by Jessica Wiley, Vi c e - P re s i d e n t The following Bo a rd Members, St a f f and Committee Members attended: Jessica Wi l e y - Vi c e - P re s i d e n t Dennis Fazio-Tre a s u re r Sandie Gay-Secre t a r y Dave Holets-Area 1 Rep Susan Ve r re t t - A rea 2 Co-Rep Brian Tre e c e - A rea 3 Co-Rep Joan Michalec-Area 4 Rep Beth Tu rn b u l l - A rea 5 Rep Barry Schade-Area 6 Co-Rep Vita Ditter- A rea 6 Co-Rep Jay Peterson-Area 6 Co-Rep Steve Harvey-Area 7 Rep JoEllyn Jolstad-Bugle Editor Patty Wy c o ff - N e i g h b o rhood Coord i n a t o r J e remy Staff e l d - We b m a s t e r Nick Cichowicz-CPP Chair Nadine Thuel-Garden Committee The following guests attended: Kathryn Kaatz-Memorial Bench Michael Martens-Area 6 Neighbor Lisa Goodman-City of Minneapolis 2. A p p r o val of today s age n d a. Moved, seconded and passed. 3. A p p r o val of minutes of last m o n t h s meeting. Moved, seconded and passed. 4. City of Minneapolis: Councilmember Lisa Goodman - No Lunch with Lisa during summ e r. - Variances for 2 Queen appro v e d. - Sidewalk replacement going quickly in Bryn Mawr 5. Tr e a s u r e r s Report Adoption of policies (Records Retention, Competitive Bid)-Explained by Vice President Wiley. Asked for questions and received none. Dennis moved, seconded and passed. Additional Corporate Credit Card- Easier for Patty. Purchases still will re q u i re pre a p p roval. Dennis moved, seconded and passed. Discussion of office re-location in Uptown Community space vs. save money with smaller space at curre n t location. Dennis reported-bmna is using some services but not the o ffice space. New Uptown Community space could be alternative. It would give us an address and space for a phone. At current location, we can change from an office space to a cubicle. We would have some storage, an address, and a location for a phone. Dennis suggested we supply the Uptown space with a p rojector and screen and put in Wi - Fi. The officers met to discuss and recommend that at this time we downsize to the cubicle space at the c u r rent location. Con-future plans not completely known, may not get what we need, non- HC toilet in basement with poor access down poorly designed stairs. The toilet and stairs could be up-graded. Diff i- cult parking downtown. Pro s - C o n- necting with Areas 1 & 2 by having space in office building on Wa y z a t a Blvd. Neither space would be used for Board Meetings, only for committee meetings or work areas. The City has no problem with BMNA working with a business owner. 6. Memorial Bench update: K a t h ryn Kaatz Liability is arranged for church to be custodian and will maintain it. BMNA will be fiscal agent and invoiced for expenses. There is a design of stone bench, engraving and landscaping. $7100 for everything including landscaping, $2500 shy of funds. The Committee is contacting UPS for financial support since they originally pledged $10,000 for former plans. Drawings will go up in the church s foyer for fund raising. September 27th is the anniversary of the shooting. Memorial of Hope and Healing has been replaced with new design. 7. Bugle Report: JoEllyn Jo l s t a d Color in The Bugle has encouraged m o re advertisers. The goal is have enough content for 16 pages. Need Board Members to volunteer to write articles for The Bugle. A signup sheet was passed aro u n d. 8. Standing Committee Report s C o m m u n i c a t i o n s - Jay Pe t e r s o n The website will be redone and a s e a rch for a web page designer is underway. New Webmaster has put Ice Cream Social on calendar and doing some updating of the curre n t design. Four groups will be interviewed and. invitations will be sent to Board Members to attend. S c h o o l s - Jessica Wi l ey T h e re are new Principals for both Bryn Mawr Elementary and Anwatin Middle School and also a new Assistant Principal at Bryn Mawr. Ga rdens- Nadine Thuel re p o rt e d Contract is signed for maintenance of Bryn Mawr Gardens.Field gave a detailed response with a $21000 bid which was scaled back. A neighbor signed up for watering the hedge,the Newton triangle is planted and mulched and the Committee is talking to businesses to maintain their adjacent gardens. The maintenance company was hired for hedge pruning, some watering and a redesign in front of Market and Gas Station. An article for Bugle will be written to solicit volunteers. Explain plan in article. Social media sites can be used for communication. Community Projects- - Buckthorn Project-ongoing. - Mural of history of Bryn Mawr- w i l l be a free standing format with panels and collage of photos, painting i n t e r s e c t i o n s. - Big Belly trash can compactor is in planning stage Me m b e r s h i p - Some are still coming in. 9. CPP/NPP Update NCEC Elections Nick Cichowicz/ Jessica Wi l e y - C C P Meeting next week at 6pm on Tu e s- day. NCEC elections on June 18th at 6:30. Nick is running in District 5. Patty Wy c o ff was nominated and elected as an elector to re p re s e n t our neighborh o o d ROC Update Vida Ditter ROC is waiting for Abdo Pro p e r t i e s and hasn t met for several months. The design was nice but ran into soil issues. In mid-july will be next meeting. Ryan is waiting on re s o l u- tion of SWLRT station SWLRT Update, Penn Station i s s u e s Vida Ditter/Barry S c h a d e The Metropolitan Council has mandated that $340,000,000 be cut fro m p roject. Presented four scenarios being explored. A letter was sent f rom BMNA pointing out unfairn e s s of plan. CAC will make a re c o m- mendation by end of month Neighborhood Coordinator- Patty W y c o f f - The Annual Meeting and Garage Sale reports are in The Bugle. Hydrants are connected but the hose is missing so, Patty is buying another hose. July 15-Ice Cream Social. Patty will be contacting Board Members to v o l u n t e e r Community Solar Gardens B a rry Schade- Dennis and Barry along with two neighbors went to the workshop. The City is going forward with some p rojects and may have a short list of contractors. Some neighborh o o d s a re going ahead Discussion Items, New B u s i n e s s, U p d a t e s, a n d A n n o u n c e m e n t s - A rea 3 sidewalk replacement is done. They are on Area 5, now, and a re moving fast A d j o u rn- 8:33 p.m. NEXT BOARD MEETING: Wednesday, July 8, :00 p.m., Bryn Mawr Pre s b y t e r i a n C h u rch, basement UPCOMING EVENTS: Ice Cream Social, July 15th. 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4 4 The Bryn Mawr Bugle July 2015 on the web at Recycling /solid-waste (612) Bryn Mawr Recycling Schedule Monday Area 1 July 6 July 20 Areas July 13 4W, 5W, 6, 7 July 27 Tuesday Areas July 14 2, 3, 4E, 5E July 28 Use it up, wear it out, make it do, do without. Recycle. Bryn Mawr resident since All credit cards accepted. From the Editor My guess is, that if I l o o k e d back at every column I have ever written for the July Bugle, it would say this is my favorite edition. That s because July is the annual Bryn Mawr Bugle salute to graduates. It is so great that we have a print publication where we can honor the accomplishments of the youth in our neighborhood. Where else can you live in the city, where parents can see a photo of their graduate and write some loving words to send them off on an adventure? This year, I couldn t even fit them all on one page, so I am feeling double the joy. I also feel like this communal celebration is more important than e v e r. Back when I was growing up, neighbors actually knew more about each other s lives and milestones. The kids spent summers hanging out in common yards and p l a y g rounds, they went to the same schools and spent what seems to me like more time together. Now, young children go to more s t r u c t u red pre-schools or play environments and are more likely to meet children from other parts of the city than the the ones down the block. Community schools have been supplanted by choice and face-to-face time with Social Media. Even I was surprised to learn of some of this year s graduates and I bet they don t all know each other. My high school reunion is in a couple weeks. I graduated with 500+ other people and no way did I know them all, but we have a connection just the same. I did know everyone in my neighborhood and I hope the same for this year s graduates. Even if you went to diff e re n t high schools, I hope you feel a connection to the others in the Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Class of 2015! Congratulations to you, your parents. Go out in the world knowing that the readers of the Bryn M a w r Bugle celebrate your accomplishments and wish you a bright future. - JoEllyn Jolstad, MMM, YUMMY! They tell us that ours are the BEST! BISCUITS & GRAVY~~~ - Since 1965 On the Corner of Glenwood & Logan Monday - Friday 6:00 AM - 3:00 PM Visit BMNA.ORG for a link to membership inform a t i o n. b m n a. o r g / b m n a / m e m b e r s h i p. h t m l
5 July 2015 The Bryn Mawr Bugle 5 Marion had a gift store where Bryn Mawr pizza is. At one point, she managed to be a Post Office - and sold stamps! It was a great service to the community. If you have historic info rmation or photos that you would like to share with the Bugle, please Kevina Munnich at kmu n n i c g m a i l. c o m. From the ARCHIVES Marion Notaro wrote this for the January Bugle in 1976.
6 6 The Bryn Mawr Bugle July 2015 on the web at h. c o o p BMNA CPP Priorities The Community Participation P rogram Committee met in June and has put together a plan to move a portion of our M i n- neapolis Neighborhood Revitalization Pro g r a m funds into a d j u s t e d p r i o r i t i e s. C u r rently the BMNA has $51, available in the NRP funds not committed yet. The prop o s a l being presented at the A u g u s t n e i g h b o rhood (more overall details will be shared at the meeting and you ll have the opportunity to ask any questions) meeting is to m ove the following amounts: - $28,500 out of Home impro v e m e n t p rogram and senior multi-unit housing planning and education - 1,000 out of Improve safety of p a r k s - 1,000 out of Improve Fruen Mill a c c e s s - $3,000 out of Minneapolis kids/sports arts pro g r a m into the following three focus are a s : 1. BMNA Communication Eff o r t s : Web site redesign and maintenance Bugle production and distribution 2. I m p rove Neighborhood Enviro n m e n t Community Gardens 3. Neighborhood Coordinator and a d m i n For this update to occur t h e BMNA is committed to involving all our neighbors in the discussion. Please attend our August meeting or send comments to: c p b m n a. o rg August meeting info: Wednesday, August 12, : 4 5 p m Location: Bryn Mawr Pre s- byterian Church - Nick Cichowicz, CPP Chair C O O R D I N AT O R C O R N E R My name is Patty Wycoff and I am the Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association C o o r d i n a t o r. Feel free to contact me at or If you are not part of our list, please sign up at N E W BMNA OFFICE: Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association 2915 Wayzata Boulevard Minneapolis MN New phone number: (612) Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association Calendar - June 2015 All meetings are open - everyone is welcome. Neighbors are urged to attend and participate in meetings and activities of special interest to them. Bryn Mawr Ne i g h b o rhood Association and its committees meet at Bryn Mawr El e m e n t a ry School during the school ye a r, unless otherwise noted. Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Independence Day BMNA monthly 8 meeting, 7pm, Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church basement Bryn Mawr To t s Meet Up 3:30-4:30pm at Bryn Mawr Meadows Music in the Parks 14 The Percolators, Theodore Wirth Beach, 7:00-8:30pm BMNA Ice Cream 15 Scoop Off, 6-8 PM, Cedar Lake Rd in front of church ROC monthly meeting, 21 6 PM Harrison Community Center Bryn Mawr To t s Meet Up 3:30-4:30pm at Bryn Mawr Meadows
7 July 2015 The Bryn Mawr Bugle 7 Community Recycling Event R e c a p Thank You to the community for participating in the Te c h Dump Electronics Recycling event hosted by Natural Step Tai Chi on June 6th. We appreciate everyone who dropped off donations by c a r, foot & bike and a special thank you to The Bugle, Anwatin Middle School, the local businesses & the community for getting the word out about the event. This year we filled 1 and 1/2 trucks with unwanted items to be repurposed and recycled which will assist the nonprofit in the cre a t i o n of jobs for people with barriers to employment. For information on Tech Dump, visit Te c h D u m p. o rg. SUPPORT THE BMNA! We have some of the cheapest rates around! Why don t you adv e rtise in the Bugle?!! Display Ad Rates Page Size Resident Non R e s i d e n t Full Page "w X 16"h......$ $ Half page, horizontal....10"w X 7 7/8"h....$ $ Half page, vertical /8"w X 15 1/2"h.$ $ Quarter page, horizontal..10"w X 3 7/8"h.....$ $ 8 0 Quarter page, vertical /8"w X 7 7/8"h... $ $ 8 0 Quarter page, 3-column..7 3/8"w X 5.25"h....$ $ 8 0 Quarter page, 1-column..2 3/8"w X 16"h.....$ $ column, 1/4 high /8"w X 3 7/8"h...$ $ 6 5 Sixth-page vertical /8 x 6 3/ $ $ 6 5 Eighth page, horizontal...4 7/8"w X 3 7/8"h...$ $ 4 5 Business Card, horizontal.4 7/8"w X 2 3/8"h...$ $ 3 0 Business Card, vertical...2 3/8"w X 3 7/8"h...$ $ 3 0 Inserts "w X 11"h......$ $ (Inserts must be printed by you,d o u ble or single-sided.) Color Now Ava i l a b l e! $80 each color Does not include ad placement fee.some production costs may apply. Ads are due the 20th of each month and should be camera-ready and paid in advance. For more information contact Deryck ( )
8 8 The Bryn Mawr Bugle July 2015 on the web at Follow the law and be a good neighbor when having a backyard fire Provided by Lisa Goodman, City of Minneapolis It s OK to have a re c reational fire in the backyard of your home, p rovided you follow the City s r u l e s. Stay safe and be a good neighbor by remembering these laws: Postpone a fire when Minneapolis is under an air pollution advisory or alert. Fires release fine particles that contribute to air pollution and are implicated in a number of health problems, including s t rokes, heart attacks and asthma. You can sign up for air quality alerts online at m n. e n v i ro f l a s h. i n f o. B u rn only untreated, unpainted, dry wood. Never burn cardboard boxes, trash or debris, because the smoke can be toxic. Outdoor fires are allowed between 9 a.m. and 10 p.m. Keep fire small, less than thre e feet in diameter and two feet high. Have outdoor fires at least 25 feet away from a structure or combustible material and in a fire ring or pit with edges more than six inches high. Have a hose or fire extinguisher on hand. Postpone outdoor fires when wind speeds exceed 10 mph. Make sure outdoor fires are always attended by someone 18 years or older and that the fire is completely out before you abandon it. Any illegal burning can result in a $200 fine. For more information on re c reational fires or to register a complaint about a re c reational fire, call 311 or or to register a complaint about a re c reational fire outside 311 hours, call 911.The Fire and Police departments are authorized to extinguish a fire immediately if it is hazardous. To learn more about re c reational fire s, go to w w w. m i n n e a p o l i s m n. g ov / f i re a n d click on re c reational fires Q and A. Local company offers free document s h r e d d i n g. Pi o n e e r S e c u re S h re d o ffers FREE Shre d d i n g on the first Friday of every month fro m 9:30-11:30 AM. They will NOT be holding a f ree shred day in the winter months of January, February, Marc h and April. Since July 4th is on a Saturday and July 3rd will be observed as the day off for businesses, the July F ree Shred dro p - o ff at Pioneer will be on July 10th. Bring your boxes and bags. You just unload and go! Limit up to 25 boxes. P i n e e r S e c u re S h re d is located at 155 Irving Ave North in the Harrison N e i g h b o rh o o d. Look for signs directing traffic on Free Shred days. h t t p :// w w w. p i o n e e r s e c u re s h re d. c o m / s e r v i c e s Parks w w w. m i n n e a p o l i s p a r k s. o r g Music in the Pa r k s! w w w. m i n n e a p o l i s p a r k s. o r g / a c t i v i t i e s e v e n t s / m u s i c m o v i e s / Enjoy more than 200 free outdoor concerts at six outstanding concert venues in the parks. The schedule features something for every musical taste including Jazz, Latin, Swing, Folk, Rock, Bluegrass, Classical and much more. Concerts are all summer, thro u g h September 7, Once again Wirth Park is hosting some perf o rmances. Bands will be set up near the swimming beach. The July 14 concert features local drummer and A rea 7 resident, Hans Gasterlund. Pe rc o l a t o r s Tue, July 14, 7:00pm 8:30pm Wi rth Beach G e n re: aka Country Bob and Rustic R o c k e r s R ay Covington Tue, August 18, 7:00pm 8:30pm Wi rth Beach G e n re: R & B Visit the Minneapolis Parks and R e c reation website for a complete list of concerts. Mixed Precipitation announces E s c a p e from A l c i n a s Island: A Picnic Operetta Mixed Precipitation Theater announces Escape fro m Alcina s Island: A Picnic O p e retta, a guitar-swinging re t e l l i n g of the 1735 Handel opera, Alcina, p e rf o rmed throughout Minnesota in August and September. An edible opera adventure for the whole family, A Picnic Operetta marks a sevenyear tradition of celebrating the harvest with a unique blend of music, h o r t i c u l t u re, food, and storytelling. This year, A Picnic Operetta is moving beyond the Twin Cities metro a rea to perf o rm in farms and gardens throughout Minnesota including a stop at JD Rivers Childre n s Garden on August 28. Fun for all ages, this mix of thea t e r, food, and music runs appro x i- mately one hour and 15 minutes. Tour Dates Su n d a y, August 16, 2pm (preview) Women s Environmental Institute, River Rd, North Branch, MN We d n e s d a y, August 19, 7pm (preview) Northeast United Methodist Churc h, 2510 Cleveland St NE, Minneapolis, MN T h u r s d a y, August 20, 7pm (opening) Dodge Nature Center, 365 Marie Av e West, West St. Paul, MN Sa t u rd a y, August 22, 4pm Food Farm, 2612 County Road 1, Wrenshall, MN Su n d a y, August 23, 4pm Falcon Heights Community Garden, 2050 Roselawn Ave W, Falcon Heights, MN Fr i d a y, August 28, 7pm JD Rivers Children s Garden, 2900 Glenwood Ave, Minneapolis, MN Sa t u rd a y, August 29, 4pm Bakers Acres, Co. Rd. 9, Avon, MN Su n d a y, August 30, 4pm S k i d m o re Park Community Garden, th St, St. Paul, MN Sa t u rd a y, September 5, 2pm Alexis Bailly Vineyard, Kirby Ave S, Hastings, MN Su n d a y, September 6, 4pm Squash Blossom Farm, th Ave NW, Oronoco, MN Sa t u rd a y, September 12, 4pm Eat Street Community Garden, st Ave, Minneapolis, MN Su n d a y, September 13, 4pm Muriel Sahlen Arboretum, 2525 North Dale Street, Roseville, MN Sa t u rd a y, September 19, 4pm Robbinsdale Community Garden, 4239 Halifax Av N, Robbinsdale, MN Su n d a y, September 20, 4pm Swede Hollow Park, 657 E Beaumont St, St. Paul, MN R e s e rva t i o n s Please call or visit m i x e d p re c i p i t a t i o n. o rg for re s e r v a- tions. Reservations will be available on June 1. Seating is limited and reservations are strongly encouraged. The suggested donation is $10-20 per person. Donations are a critical source of funding for The Picnic Operetta and can be made with your reservation or collected at the end of the perf o rmance. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. Patrons are encouraged to bring their own blankets and lawn chairs. Some blankets are pro v i d e d. Call Minneapolis 311 for information Weekdays 7 AM to 7 PM Weekends 8 AM 0 4:30 PM Minneapolis 311 is more than a phone number. It s also a 24-hour online resource for access to City services.
9 July 2015 The Bryn Mawr Bugle 9 Project SUCCESS in the BWCA By Marta Fraboni, Director of External Relations at Project SUCCESS Each summer, Project SUCCESS o ffers a very special seven-day canoe trip to the Boundary Waters Canoe Area for middle school students. The BWCA Advent u res experience takes everything students learn and practice in Project SUCCESS in-class w o r k s h o p s a t their school, and condenses it into a seven day summer experience. It builds upon skills and confidence students have gained in Pro j e c t SUCCESS program, and gives them a real-life experience to apply those skills, which carry over and add value to their academic experience and other real-world settings. Students learn to work together to paddle and portage canoes, set up and break down camp, cook their o w n food and clean up without making an impact on the natural e n v i ronment. They develop positive skills such as goal-setting, leadership, teamwork, and communication, and they build confidence and respect for the awesome beauty of the wilderness and a simple way of life. Mostly they come home with a huge sense of accomplishment that has an amazing impact on their educational and personal gro w t h. RECENT AWARD FOR BWCA P RO G R A M Gov. Mark Dayton pro c l a i m e d May 21 as Character Recognition Day in Minnesota. In celebration, S y n e rgy & Leadership Exchange p resented awards to 12 schools and four community programs for excellence in character development at the Character Recognition Aw a r d s c e remony at the State Capitol. P roject SUCCESS received a 2015 Minnesota Ethical Leadership Aw a r d (MELA) for their Boundary Wa t e r s Canoe Area Adventures, which re c- ognizes community programs developing positive character and ethical leadership in its participants. Join Bryn Mawr To t s! Meet other families in Bryn Ma w r. 2nd and 4th Sundays each month, 3 : : 3 0 p m Bryn Mawr Me a d ows Pl a y g ro u n d Youth & Schools Bryn Mawr Tots - Who are we? A casual network of neighb o rhood parents looking to connect for friendship, play dates, advice and more. Want to be added to the group? Contact Kate Olson at k a t e a n d m a t t. o l s o g m a i l. c o m Contact Information For Community Schools Bryn Mawr El e m e n t a ry (Pre K - 5 ) 252 Upton Avenue South b r y n m a w r. M i n n e a p o l i s. k 1 2. m n. u s Minneapolis Kids School-age Childcare (at Bryn Mawr School) m p l s k i d s. M i n n e a p o l i s. k 1 2. m n. u s / Anwatin Middle School (6-8) In t e rnational Ba c c a l a u reate and Spanish Dual Im m e r s i o n 256 Upton Avenue South a n w a t i n. M i n n e a p o l i s. k 1 2. m n. u s Anwatin Community Ed u c a t i o n w w w. m p l s c o m m u n i t y e d. c o m $20 HAIRCUT WITH KRISTINA OR ZACH Present this ad at time of service. One per customer. Expires September 1, S CEDAR LAKE ROAD, MINNEAPOLIS, MN July 1, 2015 Full moon, the Ojibwe strawberry moon. July is our sunniest and warmest month. Gardens produce tomatoes and cucumbers. Young birds test their flight feathers, sometimes with hilarious re s u l t s. Birds sing fro m about 1/2 hour before sunrise to about 1/2 hour after s u n s e t. Most of the singers are males, and if you listen c a refully you can hear that even within a species some birds have more complicated songs than others. This is l e a rned behavior that apparently is attractive to females. July 9, 2000 Bassett s creek washes out the CP railroad tracks under Glenwood Avenue after a 3 inch cloudburst. The Arm y Corps of Engineers had built a narrow concrete channel to contain the creek and drain the slough north of Glenwood and west of Morgan, but as usual nature took its own course. In the 1870s Bassett s Creek was described as a meandering stream with marshy banks winding its way from Medicine Lake to the Mississippi. July 25, 2009 Solar eclipse over SE Asia and the Pacific. We ll experience one here in August July 31, 2015 Full moon, the Ojibwe midsummer moon. The second full moon in a calendar month is called a blue moon. PASTY - A Meat Pie Invented by the Welsh, Perfected by the Finns. MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY Bryn Mawr Presbyterian Church Welcomes You! We Worship Each 10:30 a.m. Nursery available for children 5 years & younger during Worship All Are Welcome Here! COMPLIMENTARY ADVERTISEMENT In Exchange for BMNA Meeting Space - Since 1965 On the Corner of Glenwood & Logan Monday - Friday 6:00 AM - 3:00 PM
10 10 The Bryn Mawr Bugle July 2015 on the web at Kaitlyn Ho, Area 2 Kaitlyn Ho, daughter of Jeff and Julie, graduated from Hopkins High School with honors and academic distinction. Her high school experience was highlighted by lettering in varsity swimming and synchronized swimming where she also served as a senior captain. She was a finalist at the state and national DECA competitions and a member of National Honor Society. She will attend the University of Minnesota s Carlson School of Management as an honors program student in the fall. Noah Robiner, Area 2 Jasmine Bloomdahl, Area 2 Jasmine graduated from Southwest High School in June. She plans to attend MCTC in the fall and study nursing. Noah Robiner graduated from Saint Louis Park High School with high honors. He will be attending Carleton College in Northfield, MN in the fall. Noah was active in the school s music p rogram playing drums in the jazz band, wind ensemble, and in pit b a n d s for various productions, earning the Louis Arm s t rong Award. He was an editor for the Echo (the school newspaper), a member on the National Honor Society, and was a co-captain of the St. Louis Park High School ultimate team, Orange Crush. Noah was a re g i o n a l vice president of the National Federation of Temple Youth Northern Region, and was an Eagle Scout with Troop 738 in St. Louis Park. He a p p reciates of all of the neighbors he has meet over the years as he would often go door-to-door soliciting support for his activities. He adds his congratulations to the other Bryn Mawr graduates. Hannah Gordon, Area 3 Rod Gordon & Mary Jo George are p roud to announce the graduation of their daughter, Hannah Gordon, f rom Wa s h b u rn High School. Hannah graduated Valedictorian of her class and received the Minneapolis Public Schools Leading with Compassion award. During her time at Wa s h b u rn she was a member of the cro s s c o u n t r y ski team, tennis, frisbee, and National Honors Society. She also served as a board member of ThreeSixty s Te e n Magazine and MacPhail s Teen Advisory Council. Hannah will be attending the University of Wisconsin, Madison in the fall and pursuing a major in E n v i ronmental Studies. Sydney Corbeil-Wi l d, Area 3 Class of 2015 Graduating with high honors from Wa s h b u rn High School, Sydney was active in gymnastics, student council, feminist club, PSEO at MCTC but the highlight of her high school care e r was spending a year in Tudela Spain as an exchange student. She made lasting connections with her host family and host sister who she will see this summer while she travels around Europe before attending Concordia University in Mont real Quebec Canada this fall majoring in Human Relations. Graduations 2015 F ra n ny Ke l l i h e r, Area 3 Rachel Boy l e, Area 4 Rachel A. Boyle graduated with high distinction from the University of Minnesota CLA with a bachelor of arts degre e in art and a minor in linguistics. She will be teaching English in Japan t h rough the J E T p rogram starting in August. R a c h e l is the daughter of Frank and Beth B o y l e. Frances Kelliher graduated fro m Southwest Minneapolis High School, with High Honors. While at Southwest, Franny participated in theater as the lead costumer for several shows as well as lead dram a t u rge for this year s musical Ragtime. She also served as costumer and production organizer for thre e shows for TASU Theater Company, an independent student-founded and run theater gro u p. T h roughout out her high school c a re e r, she worked for social justice and equality as an org a n i z e r and advisor for many student m a rches and actions. Franny led the Southwest High School Feminist Club as its co-leader. She also worked to make the world a better place on a global scale, by raising funds for tuition for students at New Hope Home in Musanze, Rwanda. Franny had an opportunity to personally visit the kids of New Hope Home in Rwanda after her junior year. Franny also participated in Design Diaries Intern a- tional, a year-long exchange program between museums and schools, which culminated in a week-long visit to Jerusalem, attended by students working with the Minnesota History Center and the Palestinian Heritage Museum. Franny will be attending Beloit College in Beloit, Wisconsin in the fall, where she was selected as a P residential Scholar. Franny is the daughter of David Kelliher and M a rg a ret Anderson Kelliher. Emma Geach, Area 4 Emma Geach came into this world at a very young age, almost 18 years ago, daughter to Elizabeth Dolan and Charles Geach. Now, she has made it through 13 years of schooling, to graduate from Southwest High School. Instilled with a sense of a d v e n t u re and a thirst for the unknown, she will set off for a year of travel thro u g h E u rope and work on organic farms. We couldn t be more pro u d. Imani Belfrey Wa t e r s, Area 5 Imani graduated from Southwest High School, where she was extensively involved with theatre and vocal music. She played Sarah in the school s production of Ragtime which won an Outstanding Overall Perf o rmance Spotlight Award from Hennepin Theatre Trust. She plans to attend Augsburg College for two years, then transfer to Howard University in Washington, D.C. to study Musical Theatre / E d u c a t i o n. She has been a Bryn Mawr re s i d e n t for 10 years. Her very proud parents are Nathan and Christine Belfrey Johnson and siblings Caleb, Issa and Ellis.