Riley Riordan and Lauren Miller both signed to play soccer at the collegiate level last week.
Two talented St. Louis Park soccer players will continue playing their favorite sport in college, as Riley Riordan and Lauren Miller both signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 6. Riordan will head to Northern Illinois University in the fall, while Miller will play soccer for North Dakota State University. Both girls have played substantial roles for the Orioles soccer team in recent years. Like St. Louis Park Patch on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our daily newsletter
Maintenance program enables elderly to continue living independently by performing tasks such as shoveling.
- VOLUNTEERS IN THE NEWS
- Anne Stych
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
When winters come, especially ones with so much snow like this year, 90-year-old Pearl has trouble keeping her sidewalks clear. She has grandchildren who visit often, but they don’t live close enough for frequent shoveling to be practical. Moving to senior housing would solve the problem, but Pearl has lived in her Xenwood Avenue home for 32 years and wants to stay put. Enter Ben Oeth, and the Household and Outside Maintenance for Elderly, or H.O.M.E, program The program’s goal is to work with seniors like Pearl — whose full name was not used in this article because the elderly who live at home are often the target of crime — to help them remain independent. They do this by providing services elderly residents can no longer do for …