Finally updating the April 4 NEWS feature on Noah Dahlman’s pro basketball experiences overseas, his MZT Skopje squad claimed its first championship in 45 years in Macedonia’s top-level league this season. MZT Skopje, taking on a club that had won the previous two Superleague crowns and three of the last four, Feni Industri, wrapped up a 4-1 series victory with an 81-74 triumph back on May 11.
MZT Skopje also posted 84-59 and 80-78 victories over Feni and also received a one-game lead in the series for its regular-season record against the rivals. Braham-native Dahlman totaled 24 points and 14 rebounds over the series.
Cambridge Med Center’s ‘Women’s Golf Invite’
The Cambridge Medical Center Foundation will host a Women’s Golf Invitational at the Tournament Player’s Club of the Twin Cities in Blaine on Tuesday, June 12. Proceeds from this charity event will support the expansion and renovation of the Emergency Department.
The four-women scramble invite begins at 8 a.m. Fees are $125/golfer or $500/team which includes 18 holes, cart, lunch and prizes. Contact the CMC Foundation at 763-688-9393 to register or learn how to be a sponsor for the event.
Family events at Sherburne Wildlife Refuge
Families are invited to take part in a Nature Walk along the Oak Savanna Trail, beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 9. Tune in your senses to the natural world. Look for wildlife, or signs they left behind. An experienced naturalist will be your guide. The trail is located at the beginning of the Prairie’s Edge Wildlife Drive, just off Sherburne County Road 5, about 2 miles north of Orrock. Pre-registration is requested for this walk. Call 763/ 389-3323 ext. 10 or TTY 1-800-877-8339.
• Butterflies are abundant at the Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge in summer. Learn to identify some of the most common species, as you roam the prairie and woodland edges with an experienced naturalist and guide. The tour is on Saturday, June 23, from 10 – 11 a.m. Meet your guide at the Blue Hill Trail parking lot, which is located along Sherburne County Road 9, six miles west of Hwy. 169.