Pamela Hasselbring, co-owner of Pilates MN—which moved to Plymouth from Wayzata—stresses the importance of staying healthy all year. “It’s very important to stay healthy with your mind, body and spirit every day,” she says.
Health & Wellness
Growth, in education terms, is a concept associated with gaining knowledge and the passing from one grade level to another. At Plymouth Creek Elementary School, growth takes on its other common meaning.
Ten-year-old Carley Felt says that when the fire truck pulled up in front of her home at 6:45 a.m. November 10, she could hardly contain her excitement.
More than $124,000 was raised in December at this event benefiting Can Do Canines in New Hope.
Specializing in the treatment of chronic pain and reducing inflammation, Tree of Life, celebrating eight years in Plymouth, prides itself on serving clients while teaching them how to live a healthy life.
Do you know where this photo was taken? The answer will be revealed in a future issue; winners (those of you who email firstname.lastname@example.org with the correct response) will get a mention in upcoming issues.
Many in Plymouth are prepping their container gardens for the start of spring and the upcoming growing season, but not as many have heard about the shareable solar gardens not that far away.
After many months of anticipation, Trillium Woods officially opened its doors with a ribbon cutting on November 12.
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.