ONAMIA -- A 29-year-old Eagan woman suffered a cut to her forehead after rocks were thrown at the car she was riding in on Highway 169 near Grand Casino Mille Lacs in Onamia on Friday.
The State Patrol said Angela Opstad was treated at the scene by ambulance personnel. The driver of the car was Maureen Hall, 32, Minneapolis. Hall was not reported injured.
Charges are pending against several juveniles involved in the rock-throwing incident, which was reported at 9:35 p.m. Friday.
Camp-O-Ree set for Friday at Legionville
The 32nd annual Legionville Camp-O-Ree will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the Legionville School Patrol Training Center located on North Long Lake.
Dormitory space is available for non-campers, but linens and blankets must be furnished by the individual.
The camping fee for those arriving at Camp-O-Ree Thursday is $12 per person 16 years of age and older. Friday's fee is $11 and Saturday's fee is $6. Children ages 3-15 years of age pay only $2 for any day of registration, those under three years old are free.
Thursday evening will be a steak fry. Friday night's entertainment will include karaoke and a Pork feed.
Saturday starts with breakfast in the dining hall and a fish fry at noon. Afternoon activities will include supervised games for all and special games for children only. After a barbecue turkey dinner karaoke will be offered on the lower level while a barn dance takes place in the loft. Movies, pop and popcorn will be available for the kids. Later there will be a chili cook-off.
Sunday morning breakfast is available.
The Legionville Camp-O-Ree is sponsored the Brainerd American Legion No. 255 at a fund raiser for the School Patrol training Center.
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