Highland Friendship Club
A big game is being played in St. Paul Thursday evening. So big, in fact, that it’s called The Really Big Game! The Really Big Game is presented by the Highland Friendship Club and the Highland Area Baseball Association.
Mauer hosted the Lanes For Friendship, a fundraiser for the Highland Friendship Club.
The world premiere of a movie shot in St. Paul over the summer brought out a crowd Sunday afternoon. It’s called Underland 2. The stars of the show are all teenagers or young adults who have mental or physical disabilities.
It’s lights, camera, action on the campus of St. Catherine University in St. Paul. A special movie production is underway, featuring young adults with disabilities. And professional filmmakers are involved, donating their talents.
A new movie is being filmed in the Twin Cities right now, and the cast is sure to capture attention.
During Thursday’s mild evening, a group of teens and young adults in St. Paul got to play a game of baseball under the bright lights of the ballpark.
It all started at a kitchen table. At the time, the idea was simple — scheduled walks every week, here, a regular movie night, there. But before they knew it, Pat Leseman and Rosemary Fagrelius were about to embark on a journey that promised to not only change the lives of their children, but also make a deep impact in the community around them.