School bus driver Jennifer Peery shared this selfie and words of wisdom, "Sometimes we say and do things we shouldn't. It happens. We're human. But if we want to grow from our mistakes, we must take ownership of our words and actions by admitting we were wrong and genuinely apologizing. That's what defines us. Make it a great day!
My friend, Michael, and I tried a Japanese restaurant for lunch on Friday. Kyuramen opened in October in Eagan's "Town Centre." My lunch was the "Tokyo Tonkotsu Shouyu Ramen." They serve ramen bowls, Japanese beer, sake and appetizers. They received a great review from us.
Top photo by: Michael Proebstle
Over 20 members of the Interact Club from Eagan High School (think junior Rotarians) and 25 Eagan Rotarians joined together on Wednesday evening at Artworks in a fun, intergenerational service project to assembly 300 "Blizzard meals" for seniors who receive "Meals on Wheels."
Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Eagan High School gymnasium on Friday for their annual Veterans Recognition celebration. Thank you, Veterans!
Photo by Dakota County Commissioner Lauri Halverson
The Eagan Rotary Club and the Eagan Kick-start Rotary Club hosted our much loved, annual Veterans Recognition Day lunch meeting on Wednesday. Three men were honored and thanked for their military service: left to right - Neil Constine, US Marine Corps 1995 - 2020; Ben Coons, US Navy 1963 - 1969; and Russell Adamson, US Marine Corps 1967 - 1969. They told their stories and we thanked them!
Yes, I bought 3 Powerball lottery tickets. If I win, I'll have $1,000,000,000 to enjoy and give to charity..... net after taxes! What would you do with $1 billion?! This is the largest Powerball pot ever!