March 2014

In the March issue of White Bear Lake Magazine, you'll take a look inside the brand-new Bald Eagle Lake home of Jim and Marilyn Muellner, whose experiences and passions led them to pursue the home of their dreams. It's a wonder of modern architecture and perfectly suits their lifestyles. You'll also meet the Silver Harmony Singers, a White Bear Lake vocal group renowned for its talents, and take a look at some St. Patrick's Day celebrations around town. Plus, find a great late-night snack in this month's Restaurants section for the next time you're out on the town after hours. Enjoy!

Diners enjoy a burger and support a good cause at our local VFW.
White Bear Bears competed in first state high school tournament in 1945.
Six local spots to grab some appetizers while you’re out and about.
Manitou Station goes classic with St. Patrick’s Day festivities.
Jim and Marilyn Muellner’s custom home on Bald Eagle Lake was definitely worth the wait.
The Silver Harmony Singers find happiness for themselves and bring joy to others.
One White Bear Lake video store is celebrating 31 years of family, fun and flicks.
Fifth-grade students gain real-world experience when they take over Donatelli’s restaurant.
A White Bear Lake business creates costumes for a community committed to creatures.
Annual Lions Club Sportsmen’s Dinner raises cash for a cause.
Boxer and Century College student has his eye on the Olympics.
Northeast Communities Bike Walk seeks safe streets for community benefit.
A pug and her puppy-dog eyes make for a first-place win for photographer Max Mueller.
Maria Marzitelli's love for her son Patrick helped her pen three books.
Maria Marzitelli memorializes her son in myriad ways.