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What I Know 11-16-11

Posted by SAP Community Foundation on Wednesday, November 16, 2011, In : What I Know 
I am back! Had a wonderful time with the Murray 7th & 8th graders up at Wolfridge Environmental Center up in Finland, MN on the northshore. For those who don't know about the program, it's a leadership/team-building/cultural ed/environmental experience every Fall for around 70 Murray students. The students learn leadership skills working together on creative problem-solving, including how to make Murray a better school; they give presentations on the different cultures represented at the scho...
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What I Know 11-2-2011

Posted by SAP Community Foundation on Thursday, November 3, 2011, In : What I Know 

It's November folks, so now the official EYRT (End of the Year Rapid Transit) begins to gain some steam.

Don't forget this Thursday 5-7 pm is the Foundation's annual open house at Park Midway Bank on Como. Munchies, beverages, music and grantee updates are all on tap as well as a chance to schmooze with your neighbors. Please come, you'll have fun and be informed!

I had an interesting lunch with Tanya Bell, from Wellington Management, Geoff Warner (Architectural Alchemy & CEZ) and Catherine Day...


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What I Know 10-26-2011

Posted by SAP Community Foundation on Thursday, October 27, 2011, In : What I Know 

Okay, the changing leaf progression is really interesting this fall. Beautiful, but seemingly so random. You've got similar trees in wildly varying stages of color. Green maples one block and red the next or no leaves at all. I'm sure the drought has something to do with it and the late autumnal weather. Keep watering those young trees and shrubs.

I went to a charrette last week in an empty storefront on University Avenue. For those who haven't heard the term or heard it but never really known...


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About Me


Jon Schumacher - Executive Director Hi, I'm Jon Schumacher, the Executive Director of the Saint Anthony Park Community Foundation. The Foundation's role is to understand our community needs, bring people together to help find solutions and then support their implementation. I am the point person for that and the blog is my way of keeping my board and neighbors up-to-date on all that is happening around District 12.