City by City: Chisholm, Duluth, Cable
Chisholm, MN- Community members are invited to hear from school district officials about the Operating and Bond Referendum this fall. Previously, the event was going to be held on May 31 but it will now take place on June 7. The night will begin at 6 p.m. at Valentini’s Supper Club. Dinner will be provided and so will childcare. All are welcome to attend.
Duluth, MN- The City in partnership with the Duluth Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area is looking for volunteers to help with weeding Wednesday, June 8. The group will be working along the Craft Connector Trail in Central Park. They’ll be focused on removing mature garlic mustard plants. The plants are considered invasive as they outcompete native plants, which often means a loss of forest regeneration. Volunteers can meet at West 1st street at 4:30.
Cable, WI- The city is looking to fill a large community role. At the end of the year, the Cable Natural History Museum’s Director Deb Nelson will be retiring after 12 years. The nationally accredited museum has been serving the five-county area of Northwest Wisconsin for more than 50 years. Each year they put on more than 100 programs for children and adults. The museum is a non-profit. Applications for Museum Director are due July 15.
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