U.S. Rep. Jim Oberstar delights in a grasshopper plaque he received as a gift from Honor Schauland Saturday during his visit to Finland and its St. Urho’s Day weekend festivities. Oberstar walked the parade route and then spoke at Zion Lutheran Church about the town’s ongoing community center project. Schauland and others thanked Oberstar at the church for his efforts in gaining federal funding for what will be officially called the Clair Nelson Intermodal Center with hopes for completion this year. Oberstar later got a tour of the slab that has been poured for the $1.78 million center and danced a polka with Adrienne Falcon and other Finland area and Lake County officials. The center will be used for community events as well as a trail center. The community raised $280,000 for the project that includes $800,000 in federal money. It was officially the first dance at the center.