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‘Nunsense’ to open on Black Box stage

Tickets are on sale for “Nunsense,” the first production in the new Black Box stage at East Ridge High School.

Performances of the comedy are scheduled from April 11-14 and April 18-21. Tickets are $12 and can be ordered online at, where there also are details about showtimes.

All seating is general admission; doors will open 30 minutes before each performance. If you need special seating, make a note on the bottom of the order form. Advance tickets will be held at will-call at the box office the night of the performance.

Woodbury Community Theatre is part of the Yellow Ribbon Network. Free tickets can be reserved for active-duty military personnel and their immediate families.

Groundbreaking set for New Life Church

After a long process of planning and raising funds, ground will be broken on April 14 for a new Family Ministry Center and a major remodeling project for New Life Church and New Life Academy in Woodbury.

A special service will be held at 9:30 a.m., followed by the groundbreaking at the central flagpole location, where the new addition will be built. A lunch will follow.

Another ceremony will follow the next day for children who attend the school and their families.

To see a virtual tour of the building and to learn more about the project, go to try-center1.


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Volunteers sought to help at parks

Cottage Grove is seeking volunteer park rangers to act as extra sets of eyes and ears for the city’s Parks and Recreation Department. They will answer questions from park users, keep the parks beautiful by picking up trash and offer ideas for repairs or upgrades.

The city is seeking volunteers who are passionate about Cottage Grove’s parks and rec system and have a high degree of integrity and reliability. After passing a background check, volunteer rangers will receive training and a uniform. Time commitment is two to four hours a week, with some evenings and weekends.

To fill out an application or for more information, visit and search for “Park Ranger,” or call 651-458-3400.


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