Spongebob Squarepants, My Little Pony, Marilyn Monroe and perhaps most of all Pokemon characters of all shapes and sizes were represented at the fifth annual Chalk.a.Lot festival last weekend in Two Harbors.
Easton Best hit three RBIs and had a pair of hits to lead the Lake Superior Rivals to a 5-4 win over Proctor July 13 in Two Harbors. Jason Blood pitched 5.2 innings, striking out three Rails batters and added a pair of hits on the offensive end. Nick Perfetto came in to relieve Blood late in the sixth inning and struck out two to finish the game for the Rivals.
On July 9, 125 people lined up for the Bay to Bay 10K by Rukavina Arena in Silver Bay and all 125 finished the race at the wayside rest area in Beaver Bay.
Two Harbors Vision-Pro Optical will host a blood drive from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Aug. 10 and is looking to fill 90 spots with donors.
Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District is partnering with the South St. Louis SWCD to offer a canoe float down the Cloquet River Saturday.
Two girl soccer teams from Two Harbors are headed to the USA Schwan's Cup tournament next week. The week long tournament in Blaine, Minn., will feature 1,178 teams from 19 states and 19 countries. The Two Harbors U14 and U16 girls teams will compete at this tournament with hopes of making it all the way, especially for the U16 girls, as they are undefeated this season.
The Two Harbors High School Athletic Hall of Fame inducted six new members July 7 at Superior Shores Resort. Inductees included: (from left) Jim MacDonald, class of 1976; Melanie (Johnson) Mojkowski, class of 1979; Amanda (Murphy) Anderson, class of 1999; and David Ojala, class of 1962. Herman Anderson and Christy (Lind) Voltz are not pictured. Anderson graduated from Two Harbors in 1924 and little is known about his life after high school.
Two Harbors Federal Credit Union recently announced the addition of Yancy Stark to their lending team. Stark will focus on first mortgage and consumer lending for the credit union's 5,000 members. Stark was born and raised in Two Harbors, graduating from Two Harbors High School in 1992. He operated a small business in Milwaukee and worked in wholesale in Minneapolis before joining the banking industry in 2004. Stark has over a decade of lending experience, and has expertise in real estate.
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The Two Harbors Area Food Shelf will be collecting donations at this year's Chalk.a.Lot Festival Saturday. THAFS is partnering with Open Your Heart and Hunger Solutions Minnesota for the annual Food Shelf Challenge July Match Campaign. Donations received during the month of July have the potential of being matched up to $5,000.