Health & Wellness

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.

Do you know where this photo was taken? The answer will be revealed on the Editor’s Note page of our October issue. Those of you who email plymouthmag@tigeroak.com with the correct response will get a mention in an upcoming issue.

Those in their 50s, 60s and 70s might think that writing a whole new life script can seem daunting, but therapist and life coach Sue Gallucci disagrees. “It’s one of the best times of your life,” she says of retirement.

Here are her tips for infusing energy into the golden years:

For most of us, table tennis—also known as ping pong—is a Forrest Gump reference or a game we played in a friend’s basement when we were younger. Plymouth’s Macartan Commers, a senior at Benilde- St. Margaret’s, calls it his high school sport.

Audiences have laughed with and recognized the funny and down-to-earth women in Church Basement Ladies since their debut 10 years ago. Now through November 15, audiences will get to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the nationally acclaimed musical comedy at Plymouth Playhouse.

When Susan Jensen’s daughter graduated from high school, Jensen became a college life guru for her daughter’s friends.

High school senior Amanda Kautzer’s favorite activity was once an alternative training exercise for the Norwegian military.

Log rolling, or the favorite sport of the American lumberjack, is quickly becoming a favorite among locals. The unique activity is exactly what it sounds like—rolling (or running on) logs, until someone falls into the water.

With more and more people focused on health and wellness, it’s no surprise that pet owners are paying closer attention to their animals’ lifestyles, too.

Downtown Minneapolis is abuzz with the construction of the Vikings stadium.

On Saturday, March 21, students, families and friends attended “Prom through the Ages” at the 2015 West Lutheran Auction Fundraiser held at the Crowne Plaza in Plymouth. Dressed in their prom attire, guests posed for photos in and out of the photo booth.

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