Dr. Pankaj Timsina, who works at Essentia Clinic in Frazee, recently traveled to Nepal to offer medical help after an earthquake. While he paid for the first trip entirely himself, he is hosting a fundraising campaign for a second trip.
Just about every Friday for the past six months, Pankaj Timsina comes to Frazee, walks into the Essentia Health Clinic, puts on his stethoscope and helps the ill find a path that leads back to good health.
Frazee business owner Roger Boe (from left) stood next to Frazee Police Chief Mike Johnson and Frazee-Vergas Schools Superintendent Terry Karger during the groundbreaking ceremony for the paved path in Frazee
Frazee Mayor Hank Ludtke accepts a Bronze Award on behalf of the city after it earned a bike-friendly status with the Bike Alliance of Minnesota. The plaque was presented by Natalie Gille, a program manger of the outfit. Barbie Porter photo
More than 20 people gathered at JoAnne Niemann Memorial Park in Frazee for the groundbreaking of the city’s first non-motorized paved path.
Robert Tollefson, Ryan Tollefson, Tucker Nundahl, Taylor Armstrong, Jacob Lormis, and Asst. Scoutmaster Jeff Lormis standing at the top of Crazy Horse Mountain. Robert Tollefson photo
Ryan Tollefson, Taylor Armstrong, Tucker Nundahl and Jacob Lormis at Mount Rushmore. Jeff Lormis photo
Scouts from Troop 322 from Vergas have been working this past year doing fundraisers, plus getting help from great local groups like the Vergas Lions, Frazee Sportsman’s Club, Frazee VFW, Frazee AmVets and KLN from Perham.