3rd Annual “Putting For Pancreatic Cancer Research”

Most met him through his many years as a wrestling coach and a Golden Gopher wrestling fan. Some met him as an instructor of golf, tennis, bowling or other physical education class at Anoka-Ramsey Community College. Others met him as their landlord or realtor. Regardless of how you met him, once one met him, one did not forget him. He had a presence. He lived life unapologetically with thick skin and a soft heart. His exterior was rough yet his character was fair and caring. He was loyal to his friends and always true blue!

Since his passing, however, his color has become purple–purple represents hope in the hell that is pancreatic cancer. Continue reading

Putting For Pancreatic Cancer Research

By Lynnette Brambrink

Some may know him as a wrestling coach, some may know him from being their instructor when they took golf, tennis, bowling or other physical education classes at Anoka-Ramsey Community College, others could know him as their landlord or realtor. But once you know him, you do not forget him. He has a presence. A rather rough exterior but one that is fair, caring, and stands by his friends. True blue!

However, now his color is purple–purple for the color representing pancreatic cancer. Continue reading

Fundraiser for Cronin family on Concordia Senior Night

Concordia will be holding a fundraiser for the Keegan Cronin family before their dual meet with St. John’s on Tuesday, February 11th at Memorial Auditorium in Moorhead. The fundraiser will be a rock, paper, scissor tournament starting at 6:45 PM prior to the dual. Cost will be $10 and all proceeds will go to the Cronin Family. Continue reading

J Robinson Intensive Camps dontates to Keep Wrestling In The Olympics Movement

100% of proceeds raised by poster sales donated to Keep Olympic Wrestling fund

Minneapolis, MN – J Robinson Intensive Camps is a proud supporter of the 2020 Vision|Keep the Dream Alive movement to save Olympic wrestling. Upon hearing about wrestling being cut from the Olympics, the staff at J Robinson Intensive Camps wanted to take part in the fight to save the Olympics’ oldest sport. Continue reading