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Wednesday, January 26, 2022

Prelate: Thank you for visiting my husband, Vulcan Kreve!


Many thanks to the winter carnival Vulcan Kreva, who took the time in his busy schedule to visit my husband and become his knight. He is in home hospice and needs a little encouragement. It made him a week and brought big smiles.

Vulcans spend countless hours doing community service, and are not recognized for all the time they spend away from their families. Continue your good work.

Lenore Nardini, Shoreview


Once again I experienced the kindness of strangers.

Dedicated to two ladies who offered to help this old lady put groceries in the trunk of a car in Aldi in Inver Grove Heights a couple of weeks ago.

I just went to the store for eggs, but of course I found more.

When one of the women was about to put the flower I bought in the car, I backed away so as not to interfere with her, fell back and hit the asphalt with such force that I could hear the crack of my head. I told the ladies that I can still drive, but they haven’t heard of it.

When the store manager went outside, called me by name, etc. and said he would call non-emergency services, I told the ladies that I would be in good hands and they had to go and get out of the cold. but they insisted on staying. I asked them to get into the car so as not to freeze, but they also did not.

When the medics arrived and were about to take me to their cute warm ambulance, the ladies finally agreed to leave.

Since I am on anticoagulants, the ambulance team finally convinced me to go to the hospital for an examination.

It’s a shame for me that I didn’t get the female names and didn’t recognize their kindness and the kindness of the nursing staff a long time ago.

All I got was a bandage and a bandage on my bleeding thick skull and a very sincere thanks to all the participants.

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Alice Flynn, West St. Paul


The prelate of two wonderful families on the East Side of St Paul and the journalist who told their story.

It’s not often that a newspaper article touches me or stays in me as deeply as the Thanksgiving article that Mary Devine wrote for the Thanksgiving Pioneer Press: “They’re My Family Now.” What a wonderful tale of friendship and hospitality!

The Raza family and the Morbitzer family are inspiring examples of how our neighbors are making our city so much better for life. I take off my hat to everyone for reaching out my hand and heart in friendship.

Ian Casey, Saint Paul


Dave’s Roseville Auto Care is located at the corner of County Road B and Hamline Avenue. For each holiday, they perfectly decorate the corner.

If you haven’t seen it yet, come and take a look.

Jeannie Chida, Roseville

Saint saint

If you thought you had double vision, you are absolutely right! Two wonderful people deserve this title.

It was Wednesday, December 8th, and it was approaching dusk. My mom needed help getting into the car. I waved to a lady who was about to drive by, and she kindly came over to help.

Then a man who was passing by came to our aid. Their strength and support helped my mother get into the car.

It was a miracle out of nowhere.

We will forever be grateful to these two very welcome strangers who showed kindness and then went their own way into the darkness.

As a token of appreciation, I would like to give them a free haircut at Sher’s Silver Shears from Dawn (the store we left from).

I hope you see this and call.

– Barbara Rose, Oakdale

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