St. Paul History Cruze Car Show
6 - September 19, 2014
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3rd Annual NCSRCC Car Show
Olive Street, St. Paul, MN 55130
10am - 2pm
appearance by the Cops n Rodders / St. Paul Police K9 Foundation / St. Paul Police
Mounted Patrol Foundation
is 2 nonperishable food items or cash donation to the Carpenters Union Food Shelf
will be available for purchase
Top 10 / Best in Show
50 Cars will receive a Dash Plaque
- For more info
contact: John at 651 324-3648
Community Carnival & Car Show
August 16, 2014
South Plaza Drive, Mendota Heights, MN 55120
11am - 4pm
50 Cars receive a Dash Plaque
Inflatables, Games & Activities for all who attend!
presented to the Top 15 & Best in Show
event proceeds will benefit underprivileged and at risk youth and the kids of
the Red Dragon Warrior Sparring team.
Boltz Family Martial Arts Academy - 651
Sponsored by Key Fitness & Yoga / The Downtown Beat Classics
Next for Veteran's Memorial Park
continue on the construction of the North St. Paul Veteran's Memorial Park project.
In May, Governor Mark Dayton signed the state bonding bill, which included $100,000
in state money for the project. Those funds, plus a $9,900 State Legacy grant,
will be added to the more than $97,000 raised by the Veteran's Committee through
the sales of paver blocks - bringing the total, combined project funding to date
to more than $205,000. Through June 30, the Committee had sold nearly 430 individual
pavers and more than 30 corporate sponsor pavers.
The law authorizing the bond
funding requires a local match, which may include both cash as well as in-kind
services. The City must also enter into a formal funding agreement with the Department
of Administration; the agency overseeing the funding. City staff is working alongside
members of the Veteran's Committee to satisfy all match and bidding requirements
and documentation needs of the State to keep the project moving forward. At a
minimum, the committee is looking to purchase and engrave the pavers, granite
wall panels and entrance statue yet this year and begin construction next spring.
On the possible construction delay, Committee member
Tom Trost recently told the City Council the current effort, triggered by the
state funding, would enable the Committee and City to showcase a completed project
rather than building it in phases - even if it meant starting construction in
The Veterans Committee is a joint effort of the
American Legion Post 39, VFW Post 1350, North High Air Force JROTC and the City
of North St. Paul. More information contact go to www.northstpaul.net.
Veterans Park Committee is finalizing the artwork and information needed on the
Memorial Wall portion of the monument. A list is being compiled of the North Saint
Paul Area Veterans (postal zip code 55109) who were listed by the Department of
Defense as being Killed in Action, Missing In Action and/or Prisoners of War from
all conflicts and time periods. We are asking the public to provide those Veterans'
names that they believe to be included on the Memorial Wall. Please contact Joe
Zakrzewski, Committee Secretary, at 651-773-8526 or firstname.lastname@example.org
with your information.
will be set up at the History Cruze Car Show this summer on August 8 & September
can order Memorial Pavers and Honor our Heroes for the North St Paul Veterans
here for the Memorial Paver Order Form.
can contact Joe Zakrzewski if you have any questions at 651 773-8256 (American
on paver image to enlarge
& Interactive Information about Emerald Ash Borer
the car show on July 25, there will be a presentation created in collaboration
with University of Minnesota course OLPD 5204: Designing the Adult Education Program,
the city of North St. Paul, and the Resilient Communities Project (RCP).
participating in the presentation, North St. Paul residents will be able to identify
ash trees, similar tree species, EAB larvae and adult beetles, signs of emerald
ash borer, and will also learn the various management steps they may take to treat
or remove ash trees on their private property.
relaxed presentation incorporates an informal presentation, followed by an interactive
time with participants during which they may handle samples of EAB adults and
larvae, ash trees, and similar tree species. A trivia game is also available if
participants want to test their knowledge. After the presentation, there will
be plenty of time for questions and participants will be given a checklist of
steps to follow to assess their own trees at home.
more information on this contact Carolina or Julia at 507-261-4284.
Night Out at Walker Methodist Hazel Ridge
August 5th from 2-4pm
Night Out at Walker Methodist Hazel Ridge in Maplewood will be held on Tuesday,
August 5th from 2-4pm. In addition to our 80 residents, we invite members of the
community, friends and family to join us for this free event. We will have food,
live music and would love to have some classic cars to admire!
For more information,
please contact Lauren Bednar at email@example.com
or at 651-779-9779.
are looking for volunteers to become "Yellow Shirts" for the 2014 season.
We are looking for people to rotate work at the gates during the season. If you
already come to the show and would like to be part of a great family experience,
contact Paul at 651 210-9645.
you are a business, car club or member and you have an event or an announcement
you would like to post, please e-mail the information you would like listed to
Bruce or Sandy at firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact us at 651 261-8031 or 651 253-1706.
join our E-mail List mailings for monthly newsletter updates on special events
and show information, click here.
We can not fit anymore Food Trailers or Trucks for 2014
become a Food/Exhibitor/Item Vendor for the History Cruze, contact Bruce or Sandy
Fabio at 651 261-8031 or 651 253-1706 or e-mail to email@example.com.
St. Paul History Cruzers has teamed up with the Minnesota Department of Transportation
in an effort to keep our highways clean. Click
here for more information.
are now a part of foursquare. Check-in for campaign specials at the participating
vender booths. Watch for the foursquare flyer displayed at participating booths.
Specials subject to change without notice.|
of the Month:
the old adage that "if it sounds too good to be true it probably is"
comes the news that regular, proper care and maintenance are what really keep
vehicles going into the high six-figure mileage ranges. Miracle cures, magic fairy
dust, mystery polymers and the like are all fine and good for infomercials, but
most likely won't do much good for your vehicle.
We all know somebody "wink,
wink" with an older, high-mileage vehicle that just keeps on running year
after year---The secret is that there is no real secret to getting a vehicle to
last a long time. The difference is maintenance. Regular fluid checks and an almost
pious dedication to scheduled lubrication will keep the powertrain going strong.
What kind of oil, brake fluid, and grease used is just as important as when it
is changed. The best oil in the world will do your engine no good if you never
change it. Cleaning and protecting the finishes of the vehicle inside and out
will keep things looking good. Paint, plastic, leather, and fabric need help to
survive the constant assault of sun and elements. Utilize both of these plans
together and you, like your Crazy Uncle Fred, will enjoy happy motoring for a
good, long time.
more Tips, click here