Standish & Ericsson are stable, thriving, yet quiet neighborhoods. Beautiful parks, playgrounds, recreational facilities, schools (both public and private) and the historic Roosevelt Community Library are amenities for singles and families. Successful small businesses offer convenience and personal attention to shoppers, while all benefit from the neighborhoods' low crime rate, safety and sense of security. The arrival of light rail, with the 38th Street Station in Standish and the 46th Street Station in Ericsson, has brought new energy, development and amenities to our neighborhoods.
Tesha Christensen is our neighborhood correspondent for Standish, and she wants to hear from you. Tell her about the garage sale, or a new program at the park - and ask her how to register and get your profile on TC Daily Planet!
Tesha is a recent transplant to the big city of Minneapolis from a small town one hour north where she worked for nine years as the assistant editor of her hometown newspaper. She has also written for the Isanti County News as a stringer.
Email her at tesha [dot] christensen [at] gmail [dot] comdenisemrouleau [at] tcdailyplanet [dot] net
The 30th annual Autumn Daze Festival held at St. Helena Catholic Church (3204 E. 43rd St.) will take place Friday evening through Sunday afternoon, Sept. 13–15. All neighborhood residents are invited to come and enjoy its many activities.