Upcoming events for the month of March

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Staff Writer
Jennifer Edwards
March is Minnesota Food Share Month and the Big Lake Food Shelf is hoping to raise as much support as they can in order to qualify for the maximum amount of aid from state run programs to feed the hungry as they can.
See volunteers and members of the Big Lake Food Shelf Board of Directors at the Big Lake Business Expo at the high school Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Food shelf volunteers will have stories and information to share about hunger in the area and how people can help.
Also at the Expo, there will be free food, free entertainment and a gymnasium full of local businesses with their best deals on the table for their neighbors. Admission is free and their will be door prizes and give-aways throughout the event.
Monday, CentraCare-Monticello opens their newly refurbished and updated Birth Center. The private rooms contain everything needed through labor and delivery to recovery for mom and her support person.
Friday is the Big Lake Lion’s Fish Fry at the Big Lake Township Hall. Come and join the community for a dinner of fried fish, baked potatoes, coleslaw, beans and bread rolls washed down with milk or coffee. Meals are $10 per person, children 6-12 $6, children five and under free, and the Big Lake Lioness will have delicious slices of pie on sale for dessert. 
All proceeds for this annual meal, which is always scheduled for the first Friday after Ash Wednesday, will go to support the Big Lake Food Shelf.
The Big Lake Chamber Singers will be singing the National Anthem March 7 at 7 p.m. at the start of the Timberwolves game versus the Detroit Pistons.
This weekend it is time to spring ahead and turn the clocks forward to daylight savings time again. Move the clocks forward at 1 a.m. Sunday, March 9.

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CUB SCOUTS FROM PACK 93 came to visit the newspaper office Monday. From left to right, they are Ben Nau, Graelynn Winter, Jonathan McCormack, Gabriel Winter and Caleb Nau. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

SUPERHEROES: WITH GREAT POWER COMES ORDINARY RESPONSIBILITY is the BLHS one-act play this year. Cast and crew includes faculty advisor Ryan Purdy, Shiloh Zoccoli, Baylee Jacobs, Laicole Dobie, Emily Hanson, Autumn Clyde, Justina Zou, Jamie Schwartz, Rick Holbrook, Karissa Bechtold, Alexander Hugh Prom, Hannah Schoening, Heather Yanta, Emma Thompson, Jessica Stenberg, Kaylee Wagner, Aliyah Agyekum, Savannah Mitchell, John Freund, Zarae Jackson, and Aaron Matushenko. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

CITY LEADERSHIP. Maddie Zinken will represent the BLHS Student Council as liaison to the Big Lake City Council. She will also represent Big Lake and the Big Lake Ambassador Program at the Aquatennial in Minneapolis as one of 42 contestants with a shot at being named Queen of the Lakes. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

BIG LAKE CITY COUNCIL recognized Public Works employee John Moshier, retiring after 34 years of service. From the left are City Council Member Seth Hansen, John Moshier Council Member Duane Langsdorf, Mayor Raeanne Danielowski, Council Member Nick Christenson, Council Member Mike Wallen and Public Works Director Mike Goebel. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).