Look for reports from the OlympicsChris Olafson-Langenbrunner won’t be in her Lake Superior School District office chair the morning of Feb. 16.
Chris Olafson-Langenbrunner won’t be in her Lake Superior School District office chair the morning of Feb. 16. She’ll be in Vancouver cheering on her stepson, Jamie Langenbrunner, who will captain the U.S. Olympic hockey team as it begins play in the Olympics.
Olafson-Langenbrunner plans to leave next Friday and will keep a blog about her experiences available on the News-Chronicle web site and in the print edition. For updates, visit www.twoharborsmn.com.
Cloquet-native Jamie Langenbrunner, 34, is in his third year as the New Jersey Devil’s captain. He’s the third-oldest member of a U.S. team that begins play in the Winter Olympics against Switzerland Feb. 16. The right winger was on the 1998 Olympic team as a 22-year-old. He is a 14 year veteran of the NHL.
Olafson-Langenbrunner is the director of Community Education for the school district.
The Two Harbors Curling Club will also catch the Olympics spirit with chances to view the curling competitions at the club along with lessons on the sport from members.