Wednesday, May 1, 2013
With more than 60 local businesses on its roster, Shop St. Michael is serving the business community of Wright County's largest community.
The Mission of Shop St. Michael is to promote the value, convenience and personalized service of shopping local. Current members include: Automotive Berning's Autor Repair STMA Auto Center Banking/Finance Ameriprise Financial Central Bank Edward Jones Great Northern Bank H&R Block Liu and Associates Wells Fargo Business to Business Guidance Point Technologies Higher Standards Card Proccessing Charitable Organizations Timber Bay Entertainment/Outdoors Fox Hollow Golf Course Midwest Archery River Lanes of St. Michael Food and Drink Cash Wise Liquor Dehmer's Meats Distractions Food & Drink J & B Group Liberty Restaurant and Bar Millside Tavern Sadie's Coffeee St. Michael Subway The Marketplace Education/Activities Artistic Sole Dance …
Friday, December 14, 2012
The Shop Saint Michael group invites any St. Michael businesses interested in their group to their holiday party and membership drive Tuesday night.
The Shop St. Michael group will be hosting a special Holiday party for the St. Michael business community on Tuesday night at River Lanes. The party is set for 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 18 and will include the opportunity to relax and visit with other St. Michael business leaders and enjoy a cash bar. Appetizers will be served and provided by Dehmers, Marketplace, distractions, Subway, Liberty Restaurant and Bar and Sadie's Coffee. Door prizes will be given away from local businesses who donated gift cards including: Verizon Wireless, Cash Wise Liquor, Patch, River Lanes, Great Northern Bank, and Marketplace. The event is open to any St. Michael business owners interested in learning more about Shop Saint Michael. Shop Saint Michael…
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
The first-ever Tree Lighting Celebration happened Tuesday night at St. Michael City Center.
In what can only be described as a raving success, the St. Michael-Albertville Rotary and Shop St. Michael groups pulled off a very successful and enjoyable evening for the community Tuesday night. Dozens of families from the area gathered around the newly planted Holiday tree for Christmas carols and the lighting by the first Cheermeister, Jim Pichler. The celebration and fun continued indoors after the tree lighting. With hot dogs, cocoa, cookies and Santa, both kids and adults enjoyed several books read by community volunteers and Albertville royalty. While no official headcount was taken, Shop St. Michael chair Bob Enright was very happy with the turnout. "We couldn't have asked for better," he said Tuesday night.
Monday, November 26, 2012
The inaurgural tree lighting takes place Tuesday night at St. Michael City Center.
The first-ever Holiday Cheermeister has been chosen just in time for the first annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration planned for Tuesday evening in St. Michael. Jim Pichler, of St. Michael, was nominated to be this year's Cheermeister by Julie Daleiden. "He's been involved in the St. Michael community for many years, wearing many different hats," wrote Daleiden on her nomination form. "He deserves to be the first annual Cheermeister because he is cheerful, outgoing and always encouraging support of our local businesses," she continued. Pichler was chosen by the St. Michael-Albertville Rotary and Shop St. Michael groups as someone who has a commitment to the community and will have the honor of lighting the Holiday tree at Tuesday night…
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The person selected will light St. Michael's new holiday tree.
Honesty, fairness and the promotion of goodwill and friendships are characteristics of the next St. Michael "Holiday Cheermeister." The selected individual will have the honor of lighitng St. Michael's new holiday tree Nov. 27 at St. Michael City Center. St. Michael-Albertville Rotary and Shop Saint Michael are taking nominations for the cheermeister until Oct. 31. Nominees for Holiday Cheermeister must be either St. Michael residents, be involved in a St. Michael organization or own or work at a St. Michael business. Nominees should be actively involved in the St. Michael community, embody the holiday spirit, and exemplify the rotary’s "Four-Way Test," which asks: of the things we think, say or do: is it the truth; is it fair to all …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
St. Michael-Albertville Rotary and Shop St. Michael are now accepting nominations for this year's Holiday Cheermeister.
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Thursday, October 4, 2012
STMA Rotary and Shop Saint Michael are now seeking nominations for St. Michael’s “Holiday Cheermeister.” This special person will have the honor of lighting St. Michael’s new holiday tree Nov. 27 at St. Michael City Center. Nominees for Holiday Cheermeister must be either St. Michael residents, be involved in a St. Michael organization or own or work at a St. Michael business. Nominees should be actively involved in the St. Michael community, embody the holiday spirit, and exemplify Rotary’s Four-Way Test, which asks: Of the things we think, say or do: 1.Is it the TRUTH?, 2.Is it FAIR to all concerned?, 3.Will it build GOODWILL and BETTER FRIENDSHIPS? 4.Will it be BENEFICIAL to all concerned? Nomination forms are available at Shop …
Thursday, September 20, 2012
The Shop St. Michael group and the St. Michael-Albertville Rotary planted this year's holiday tree at St. Michael City Center for November 27 tree lighting ceremony.
The Shop St. Michael and St. Michael-Albertville Rotary groups combined efforts and planted a holiday tree Wednesday at St. Michael City Center. The groups have planned a Holiday Tree Lighting celebration for November 27. The event will include caroling by St. Michael-Albertville High School’s Choir, caroling and a sing-a-long led by the Crow River Senior Center Choir, holiday stories read by Friends of the Library and local Rotarians, and a special visit from Santa. The event will include a toy and children’s book drive for the Hanover Area Food Shelf. Free hot dogs, chili, cookies and cocoa will be served. The tree will be lit by St. Michael’s very own “Holiday Cheermeister” who will be nominated by the community and selected by …
Friday, August 17, 2012
The Shop St. Michael group once again sponsored the Chalk Walk during St. Michael Daze and Knights.
The second annual Chalk Walk, sponsored by the Shop St. Michael group, was a success. Over 80 local children participated and created art work on the cement sidewalk outside St. Michael City Center Saturday morning. Twelve local businesses sponsored the prizes and awards for participants. All photos were taken and submitted by Laura Posthumus.