FREE SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN WITH INCARCERATED PARENTS
The Loppet Foundation is offering 30 free spots to youth affected by parental incarceration. Campers must be between ages 9 to 13 during camp, which is June 13-17, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Adventure Camp is a weeklong day camp located at Theodore Wirth Park in Minneapolis. Campers try a range of outdoor activities, from mountain biking to orienteering. Campers will need to be dropped off and picked up each day at The Trailhead (1221 Theodore Wirth Parkway, Minneapolis, MN, 55422). CIC will provide lunch. To begin the process of registering, email firstname.lastname@example.org
ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS BEGIN
Ramsey County Public Works will lead and participate in dozens of construction and maintenance projects during 2022. Major projects include reconstructing portions of Cleveland Avenue in Saint Paul and Falcon Heights, Lexington Avenue in Arden Hills and Shoreview, and South Shore Boulevard in White Bear Lake. Lexington Parkway will also be extended south to connect to Shepard Road. Public Works is responsible for maintaining the 300 miles of Ramsey County roads, including pothole repair.
MAKE A PLAN TO LEAVE AT POP-UP
Women’s Advocates, founded in 1972 as the first shelter in the nation for victim/survivors of domestic violence, hosts Pop-Up Advocacy every Tuesday from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Rondo Community Library. Get in-person, community-based advocacy to help leave an abusive situation. Advocates help people make a plan for their safety, write up documents to break a lease, make connections to help with filing protective orders, and more. This is a unique program in the Twin Cities that helps keep domestic violence victim/survivors safe while they make a plan to get to a shelter.
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