Community

Get all your Community information here! There's information on school including a link to Maple Lake Public Schools, area obituaries, and links to various places in the Maple Lake Community. You will also find a link to the Friends of the Maple Lake Library and Maple Chamber of Commerce.  If you have anything happening in the community and would like these programs and/or events to show up in our "Community" Section of our Messenger, e-mail your information to news@maplelakemessenger.com.  Please make sure to check out our Community section of the Messenger which usually shows up in pages 4-6 of the newspaper.

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Birth Announcements

 

Birth:
Jared and Melanie Frederick of Woodbury are proud to announce the birth and adoption of their daughter, Caelyn Grace. Caelyn was born on December 7, 2014. She weighed 6 pounds, 4 ounces, and was 18.5 inches long.
She was welcomed home by big brothers, Asher and Braxton. Proud grandparents are Don and Sherry Olean of Annandale and Leonard and Peggy Frederick of Waseca. Great-grandma is Mildred Feine of St. Charles.
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A year in review: Looking back on 2014


Lauryn Aanerud used a Claddagh to represent herself and Maple Lake at the Meet the Candidates portion of the Minneapolis Aquatennial Celebration.

 

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4th Annual Food Shelf Funding Drive program begins

On January 1, 2015, the Buffalo area’s Masonic lodge, Nelson Lodge No. 135 Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, began its 4thAnnual Food Shelf Funding Drive program for the year.  As in years past, they are focusing their efforts on the Buffalo and Maple Lake/Annandale area food shelves. This year’s drive will end on February 28.
 What makes the Mason’s Food Shelf drive different from other organizations’ drives is that their supporting charitable benefactor, Minnesota Masonic Charities, provides a matching grant.  For every dollar that Nelson Masonic Lodge No. 135 can raise, Minnesota Masonic Charities will match the contribution up to a maximum of $25,000. That is Twenty Five Thousand Dollars, for a combined total of $50,000.  Since they support two communities, both have a $50,000 limit for a total donation of $100,000 donation.

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