The Roseville Community Band would like to increase the number of band members from the Midway, Como and Frogtown areas of St. Paul. Did you play an instrument in high school or college and want to start playing again, come and join the Roseville Community Band. You do no need to live in Roseville to play in the band. The band rehearsals are Monday nights at the Roseville middle school on county road B2 east of Rice Street. For more information check out the web site: Rosevillecommunityband.org
Emotions Anonymous is a 12-step program for emotional wellness and learning to live with unsolved problems. The weekly meeting in this area is on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Twin Cities Friends Meetinghouse, 1725 Grand Ave., St. Paul. For further information, call Paul at 651-402-6774.
For 30 years, Como Park Living At Home Block Nurse Program (CPLAHBNP) has been helping seniors in the Como Park and Falcon Heights neighborhoods live better in their own homes and apartments. Providing health-centric services, up to and including nurse visits and nurse-provided care, was the program’s core focus.
But the continued rapid expansion of the local senior population, and its ever growing range of expectations and interests, has called for ongoing adjustments and expansions to the program’s original mission – and for a new program name that is reflective of these changes. As of Oct. 1, 2023, CPLAHBNP is COMOCONNECTS - Resources and Support for Neighborhood Seniors. Lisa Kane, the program’s executive director, says that the COMOCONNECTS name came about through conversations with clients and their families, neighborhood residents, volunteers, and other stakeholders. COMOCONNECTS will still help seniors meet their health-related needs, but that the program is also focused on providing life-enriching resources and support for seniors, and on enhancing their autonomy through companionship and socialization opportunities.
For more information, call (612) 433-8627.


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