North news briefs: Centennial School District launches Hall of Fame

  • Updated: October 8, 2013 - 2:12 PM

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District launches Hall of Fame

A former superintendent and two alumni are the inaugural members of the Centennial School District’s Hall of Fame.

The ceremonies coincided with Centennial High School homecoming activities. Honored were:

• John McClellan, superintendent from 1976-2000 and now executive director of the Herb Brooks Foundation;

• Dave Dahl, Class of 1972, now chief meteorologist at KSTP-Ch. 5;

• Charlies Kratsch, Class of 1985, founder of the Infinite campus.

The district said the Hall of Fame honors alumni and supporters “who help make Centennial schools great.”



‘Monuments to Life’ cemetery tours ahead

The Anoka County Historical Society will conduct two more Monuments to Life cemetery tours this week. The society describes the tours as evenings filled with stories, traditions, art, characters, history and symbolism. The schedule:

• Thursday, Oct. 10, at Rice Lake Methodist Cemetery, on the south side of Birch Street, three-eighths of a mile east of Hwy. 49, Lino Lakes;

• Saturday, Oct. 12, at Forest Hill Cemetery, West Main Street, Anoka.

The tours begin at 7 p.m. Tickets are $8 for each tour; they’re limited and must be bought in advance.

Tickets are available at the Anoka County History Center, 2135 3rd Av. N., Anoka., as well as online at www.anoka or by calling 763-421-0600.


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