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We’ve found him: The young man responsible for providing the community of St. Louis Park with free reading material is Mitch Rotert, graduate of the St. Louis Park High School class of 2013.
For Dr. Ray Levi, the fun part of his job is watching the little kids grow.
Remember encyclopedias—those hardbound volumes of compiled information about everything from A to Z?
Coolibar, a St. Louis Park-based company, brings a safe and fashionable approach to sun protection. After what seemed like a never-ending winter, the sun has finally decided to make an appearance, but it brought a few friends along with it: UV rays.
The fine young men in this photo are members of Jokers Wild, performing in October 1967. But they’re not on the famed Hullabaloo television show, they’re at a teen club in the Skunk Hollow area of St. Louis Park.
Hoigaard’s is a leader in outdoor equipment and apparel, but it’s the outdoor sporting experience of staff members that sets this St. Louis Park retailer apart. From water sports to cycling, camping to skiing, three department experts share their passion for the outdoors.
Looking to beat the heat? The St. Louis Park Aquatic Park is the place to be this summer. Splash around in water geysers, spray arches, four-story waterslides, a wet sand playground and an inflatable obstacle course.
Every child knows the drill: When you fall down, brush yourself off and get back up. Elliott Royce of St. Louis Park may be far past his childhood years, but he puts this old adage into practice on a regular basis.