A night to unite women and celebrate the work of Plymouth communities, but this time around, it’s virtual.
Shops & Business
For the past 10 years, Boger Dental has worked closely with a number of nationally and locally based children’s charities to provide free dental care in under-served communities, establish scholarships for at-risk students and perform cleft
The folks at CPR Cell Phone Repair have developed a solution for fast and convenient cell phone repair—and are literally taking it to the streets.
1. Mother of pearl orange abalone money clip, $259.95, The Foursome
2. Byron blue neckwear, $125, The Foursome 3. Stress-fix travel kit:
hand crème and concentrate, $44, New Reflections 4. Illume luxury
This year, many Plymouth parents are choosing to celebrate by giving their children gifts of experience spreading goodwill and generosity in the community. Here are some ways to give back this season while spending time with those who make the holidays most special.
Collaboration and convenience is the name of the game at the new consolidated site for TCF Financial Corp. Seven Twin Cities offices will unite into one at the Plymouth Corporate Center, making TCF the largest of six companies housed there.
Commercial interior design firm PureAlchemy Design is making waves among local businesses.
In 1996, Wayzata businessman Bob Fisher had an idea: What if he slept out in the cold, like hundreds of homeless Minnesotans do each night, to raise money to buy Thanksgiving dinners for 100 families in need?
Long-time Plymouth firefighter Jared Stotts recalls a time when firefighters gained valuable experience with live fires in abandoned homes and properties donated to the city. “Now Plymouth is more developed,” he says.
Plymouth residents and diehard fire department volunteers Steve and Joni Marti would say it themselves: The first couple of years of the Plymouth Firefighter 5K were less than glamorous.
When given the opportunity to nearly double a child’s likelihood of going to college, most of us would say we’d take it. But what if, in doing so, you ended up feeling you were the one who received the greater gift? It’s all possible with a program called Kinship.