A night to unite women and celebrate the work of Plymouth communities, but this time around, it’s virtual.
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During the exciting transition of graduating from high school or college, support and reassurance from friends and family can go a long way. But gifts are also in order to celebrate the graduate’s achievement as they look forward to a new stage in life.
Shari Timberlake refers to herself and her sister Stephanie as “co-insane people.” Officially, they are co-founders of their Plymouth-based nonprofit, The Adopt-A-Pet-Shop, which partners with local animal rescues to act as an adoptio
With Mother’s Day this month, pick up something special and unique for the mom, grandma or any other important woman in your life.
Sports radio host Cory Cove didn’t plan on becoming a major fundraiser for a disease he knew nothing about. But fortunately for the Minnesota Lupus Foundation and its growing constituency, that’s exactly what happened, beginning about a decade ago, to the 35-year-old KFAN personality.
No one loves spring more than a Minnesota gardener. After a long, dark winter, we are eager to get our hands into backyard soil and our hearts out onto decks and patios.
“Blue-sky thinking” is defined as creativity that is not limited by current convention. Plymouth resident and longtime ad man Brian Kroening says this is the philosophy he intended to adhere to when he started Agency Blue.
March is a very important month for two Plymouth-area food shelves—and the people they serve.
Mitch Reaume always has had the drive to give back. So it comes as no surprise that the 2010 Wayzata High School graduate and Plymouth native has turned his passion for helping people into a business.
Regardless of what the groundhog might say, winter is coming to an end and, with it, our excuses for hiding out indoors wrapped in snuggies and sweatpants. It’s time to refresh that look! But what to do, and when?
Hans Lundin is a retiree who spends his free time volunteering in the Plymouth and Hopkins communities. An active member of the Wayzata Free Church (WFC), Lundin looked for opportunities to use his skills as an engineer—his occupation prior to retirement—to give back to those in need.