Congratulations to the winners of our 2019 Focus on Woodbury photo contest!
Back in India, Srilekha Senthil started taking photos while in college; she has a strong interest in the arts, doing all types of painting, clay modeling and paper quilling earrings as well as folk dance choreography. She has lived in Woodbury with her family for the past three years.
enjoyed the Woodbury Community Theatre production of Pippi Longstocking at the Black Box Theater at East Ridge High
eighth and ninth graders of King of Kings Lutheran Church hosted a pancake
breakfast to raise funds for future mission trips.
Woodbury Area Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual gala at the Prom Center,
recognizing the business, educator, citizen and nonprofit organization of the
You might already be familiar with the whimsical cake and cupcake creations offered at Nadia Cakes.
You may recognize Inez Oehlke around town. She’s the woman enjoying a meal and family time at the Old Country Buffet, a popular choice for her great-grandchildren.
Many of us have noticed this quaint red barn on the northwest corner of Valley Creek Road and Manning Avenue, a nod to Woodbury’s farming heritage. “I’ve seen it many times while driving down Valley Creek Road and always wanted to photograph it,” Shannon Rode says.
Bridge is a dynamic card game that has a bit of an image problem. Poker and blackjack, for example, conjure up visions of high-stakes card games with Vegas lights, dry martinis and Lady Luck. Even children’s games like crazy eights and slap jack have a reputation for being entertaining.
When most of us think of Carver Lake, we think of its peaceful blue waters and woodsy trails, a respite in our city that truly has that “up north” feel.