Michael Tisserand, author and Jefferson High School 1982 graduate, will be the presenter for EdTalk 2020. His presentation is titled: Accidental Storytelling. Drawing on some of the remarkable stories he has stumbled over in a thirty-year career as an award-winning author and journalist, Michael will reveal how to be alert to stories when they find you, and offer a few tips on how to tell your own tales.
Free 2020 Advanced Health Care Directive Group Session
Give a written gift to your family by completing your health care directive with Honoring Choices Minnesota certified facilitators!
22 group sessions starting 13 January 2020
Secure your spot now!
Facilitation are held at :
The Church of St Mary – Parish Business Office
420 Irving St,
Alexandria, MN 56308
Ice fishing Tournament to be held on Lake Oscar (10 miles west of Alexandria on State Hwy 27) on January 11, 2020. Tournament times are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.. Prizes for the largest fish in each species (Walleye, Northern & Crappie). Tournament ticket gets you registered for the fishing contest as well as a raffle drawing. Raffle includes first place prize of $1000 cash and many other valuable prizes. Drawing will be held at the public access on Lake Oscar at 3 p.m.. Fish houses are allowed for the contest, but it is suggested that because of the ice conditions that portable fish houses be used.
Join us for what we lovingly call ‘One Anothering’ Time at 10:30-12:00 (noon) every Sunday morning at The Church In The Pines. We will enjoy each other’s company, pray with one another, and grow our walk with the One who started it all! All ages and walks of life are welcome!
Join us for what we lovingly call ‘One Anothering’ Time At 8:30-10:00 every Sunday morning at The Church In The Pines. We will enjoy each other’s company, pray with one another, and grow our walk with the One who started it all! All ages and walks of life are welcome!
Please join representatives from Apprenticeship Minnesota at the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry to learn about Registered Apprenticeship and the benefits of growing and sustaining an innovative workforce. As a strategy to meet your need for skilled workers while increasing engagement and retention, Registered Apprenticeship offers a time-tested employee training system that can be customized to meet the needs of any business. Attendees will also hear from Allison Liuzzi, Minnesota Compass project director, who will discuss Minnesota’s changing demographics and implications for workforce development and economic well-being. In addition to a presentation on Registered Apprenticeship, Ed Godfrey from the Minnesota Department of Veterans Affairs will join us in sharing the options and benefits available for veterans through the MN GI Bill. There is no cost to attend.
9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Tuesday December 17, 2019
Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center, Board Room 2, 2100 Arrowwood Lane NW, Alexandria, MN 56308
Why Registered Apprenticeship?
Apprenticeship prepares Minnesota workers to compete in a global 21st Century economy and develops highly-trained, skilled and motivated employees. Apprenticeship is an investment in your workforce and business. Learn more about Apprenticeship Minnesota.
Contact us at 651-284-5837 or [email protected]