On May 4, Moving Day, the annual fundraising event for the Parkinson’s Foundation Minnesota chapter, exceeded its goal by raising $370,959. Funds go toward providing quality care for people living with Parkinson’s, research, resources for families and more.
Health & Wellness
Oakwood Elementary held its second-ever 1K and 5K fun runs October 11 at Parkers Lake Park to raise awareness for childhood health and wellness, as well as money for Oakwood PTA.
One day last summer, Carrie Youngblood found what she had been searching for—and much more—14,000 feet above sea level on Mount Ranier.
It's leap year!
We’re proud our home state shows up regularly on “Best Places to Live” lists, but there’s an ugly rumor going around: In February, not so much. Children fidget, fathers sprout roots on the couch, mothers despair, grandparents flee.
Recover! “That was close,” I think, as I shift my weight slightly to allow for a more balanced lunge mid-exercise, the slow, rhythmic count “one, two, three, four, UP, two, three, four” like a frenzied metronome in my head.
As part of the 20th sleepout event for Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners, November played host to many events, including one on Give to the Max Day.
The much-anticipated ribbon cutting marking the opening of the new Rock Elm Tavern on Hwy. 55 and County Road 24 was met with warm smiles as the TwinWest Chamber of Commerce welcomed the latest business member to Plymouth.
This winter, make the resolution to find ways to move your body and get your heart pumping, even on the coldest days. With busy schedules, it can be easy to put off taking time for yourself to exercise, especially on a brisk, chilly day.
Twin sisters Ally and Ashley Wiitala have done their part to make Wayzata High School girls’ hockey coach Becky Wacker’s job easier this season.
When it comes to injuries, there are few more common than tendonitis. This time of year, after a summer of outdoor activities, joint pain can be hard to avoid. While rest can heal minor problems, people with more severe issues might need another solution.
You probably don’t come across too many rugby players in your daily routine. It isn’t exactly the most popular sport in America. It is, however, a sport with a tight-knit community of players, and one that three former Wayzata High School students use to travel the world.