Going Out

Fraser, a provider of autism and early childhood mental health services, opened its Woodbury location (one of seven in the state) this summer. Donors, staff and community members gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and a grand tour.

Liberty Ridge Elementary School drew a large crowd of families for the Woodbury Preschool Fair & Expo.

Woodbury High School’s Thoroughly Modern Millie drew theater-goers who experienced a fun show with talented students.

Football fans enjoyed the annual crosstown rivalry game between the East Ridge Raptors and Woodbury Royals.

The four-day Feed My Starving Children Mobile Pack at Bielenberg Sports Center set a new record by packing 4,066,416 meals, enough to feed more than 11,000 children for a year.

A large crowd gathered at the Prom Center for the Woodbury Life Resouce Center’s sixth annual Celebration of Life Gala.

Woodbury’s first preschool, Woodbury Preschool, celebrated 50 years of serving families in the community at a special event at Woodbury Peaceful Grove United Methodist Church.

Woodbury Community Theatre is ready for the holidays and will soon transform the Loft Stage into a Miracle on 34th Street.

Central Park Place was full of large city trucks, police cars, snow plows and more at the annual Big Truck Day.

The 34th annual Woodbury Country Mile, which started and finished at East Ridge High School, drew participants in the half marathon, 5K run/walk, kids’ 1-mile fun run and a tot trot.

Local residents enjoyed the last days of summer at Carver Lake Beach.

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