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Friday, April 13, 2018

Informational open house Wednesday, April 25, in Rosemount, MN.

Public comment sought on state's first deer plan. 

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is holding public meetings around the state to discuss and receive feedback on a draft deer plan that sets a new statewide harvest target, increases citizen participation in deer management, and outlines ways to keep the whitetail population and habitat healthy.

People in the south metro area can attend an open house on the plan from 6 to 8 p.m., Wednesday, April 25, at the Rosemount Research & Outreach Center, 16085 Alverno Ave., Rosemount. There will be no formal presentation at the meeting, but local DNR wildlife staff will provide handouts explaining the deer plan and the process used to develop it, and they will be available to answer questions.  

"We're setting a course for deer management that encourages more dialogue among stakeholders, the public, and DNR staff," said DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr. "Our ultimate goal is to support our hunting traditions, better engage the public, and to maintain sustainable, healthy deer populations throughout Minnesota."

The draft deer plan outlines strategic ways the DNR will prioritize its resources and activities to meet the plan's eight key goals, which range from keeping Minnesota deer healthy to ensuring biological and societal factors are considered in management decisions. It establishes an annual statewide harvest target of 200,000 deer as one of several performance measures. It does not address the details of specific regulations or operational issues, but rather plots a long-term strategic direction for managing the herd. The plan was drafted with input from a 19-member citizen advisory group that met over the course of a year.

A copy of the deer plan, a schedule of open houses, background information and a link to submit online comments are available on the DNR website at Comments will be accepted through May 9, and they can be submitted at any of the public meetings, as well as online.

Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Sheets appointed to Workforce Development Board

The Dakota County Board of Commissioners has appointed a new member to the Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board (WDB). Chad Sheets will represent the public education sector following his March 27 appointment.
Sheets, dean of Customized Training and Continuing Education for Dakota County Technical College (DCTC), leads a team of sales representatives, administrative support specialists, curriculum developers and adjunct instructors in analyzing area training needs, program and curricula development, and delivering training to businesses and industries in Dakota and Scott counties.
Sheets directs the strategic vision for the Customized Training and Continuing Education department, and he works with the business community to help develop workforce alignment solutions across industry sectors. As previous dean of the Transportation and Industry Division at DCTC, Sheets created the maintenance and light repair program and expanded the electrical lineworker and welding programs. He recently served on the SkillsUSA Minnesota Board of Directors, and he has been a subject matter expert for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence.
The Dakota-Scott Workforce Development Board oversees employment and training programs in Dakota and Scott counties. It is a state leader in developing innovative programs administered through WorkForce Centers in Burnsville, Shakopee and West St. Paul.

Friday, March 23, 2018

Randolph After Prom Party

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Dear Timothy, 
Each Year, parents of Randolph High Schools' Junior and Senior classes host a drug and alcohol-free After-Prom Party. This party will follow the dance on Prom Night, May 5th, at the High School from 11:30 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. for Juniors, Seniors and their guests.

The time has come for the After-Prom Party Committee to begin fundraising and soliciting donations. The Committee relies on the generosity of family, friends and the community to help continue to make this tradition the success it has been in the past. Any donation you can make will be a HUGE help and a great tax deduction for you.

The Committee is also looking for parent/adult volunteers to set-up, clean-up, and staff the party. If you are interested in helping out, you may contact Jennifer Miller at See attachment for donation form and more details.

Thank you in advance for your support!

Randolph After-Prom Party Committee
Randolph Schools




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