• The Sibley East Visual Arts Team had its section competition at Tri-City United High School on Wednesday, April 10. Sibley East brought the maximum amount of 18 pieces to the competition and received 10 Excellent awards and six Superior Awards. In addition, three pieces were selected to receive Spotlight Awards. Front Row: Sibley East Visual Arts Team coach Annie Meuleners, Levi Davis, Lillian Hansen, Cynthia Corona Perez, Silver Donaldson and Aviva Saunders. Back Row: (l to r) Tori Bauer, Alexis Classen, Andrea Rodriguez, Abigail Rodriguez, Shyanne Braunworth, Devon Montoya and Hope Grams.
  • Students in grades 6-8 at St. Paul’s Lutheran School in Arlington are studying newspapers and visited the Arlington Enterprise office last week. Front Row: (left to right) Isabelle Kaesermann, Lauren Bergs, Sap-phire Wendlandt and Diane Moreno. Middle Row: (l to r) Wyatt Koepp, Alex Bliss, Reed Swenson, Marshall Rabe, Devin Luedlaff and Titus Dahlke. Back Row: (l to r) Caleb Kistner, Pierson Brau, Aiden Kerber, Oliver Thomes, Alex Kerber and Wyatt Kehr.
  • Sibley East senior Samantha Petzel collected a single and a double against visiting Cleveland on Friday afternoon, April 19.
  • Members of the Knights of Columbus Council #10172 received awards during an event with the Le Sueur Knights of Columbus Council on Thursday night, April 11. Front Row: (left to right) Frank Grimm (Knight of the Year Award), Don Mader (Service Award) and Gene Schultz (Community Director/Liaison Award). Back Row: (l to r) Francis Bigaouette (Innovation and Accountability Award), Kurt Menk (Public Relations/Communication Award) and Tim Kloeckl (Knight of the Year Award).
  • St. Paul’s Lutheran Church LWML in Green Isle hosted a Music for Meals event to help support the Sibley County FoodShare program on Sunday afternoon, April 14. Courtney Schwirtz, left, and Margo Kemp, right, performed a few songs during the event. They were accompanied by Mary Beth Schwirtz on the piano. The event raised $437 and 165 pounds of food for the Sibley County Foodshare program.
  • Two sisters, who grew up in Arlington, have recently published their first book. Renae Swanson wrote, and Marie Arnst illustrated, the children’s book Pip Goes to the Farm. They shared their ex-perience during a visit to the Arlington Public Library, which was attended by approximately 50 people.


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