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
Hazelden is one of the nation’s biggest names in rehabilitation, with addiction treatment centers spanning the country from California to New York.
The year was 1964, and Plymouth carpenter Rich Deziel was considering selling the farmland he grew up on near Holly Lane.
Mitch Petrie’s story is one of family. The Plymouth resident has built a successful career in the television industry with his company Muddy Boot Productions, but his greatest sense of pride comes from his wife and sons.
The Plymouth Ice Center is taking to dry land. Last December, the skating and hockey facility opened a sparkling 7,500-square-foot space that focuses on training off the ice.
The annual Providence Academy Parent Association Gala was held January 31 at the Golden Valley Golf and Country Club.
You’ve probably encountered buckthorn, even if you don’t know it. It’s a fairly innocuous plant. It’s green most of the year, often has berries, and can grow up to 25 feet tall. For years, people planted buckthorn as hedges because it resists disease and has no natural enemies in our region.
Waking up to find patches of your hair falling out would be jarring to anybody. When the person experiencing hair loss is a fourth-grade girl, who would be completely bald by the time she entered fifth grade, it was traumatic and confusing.
Few athletes can say they’ve competed on the national stage. Soccer player Addison Clark has had the honor of competing with the top players in the nation on the U.S. Under-15 Girls’ National Soccer Team—and she’s only 14 years old.
The second annual fundraiser last September at Wazata Country Club was a huge success. Residents participated to raise money in support of the Wazata Public Schools Foundation.
For the Past two decades, the Wayzata Community Church has been the performance venue of choice for many local and regional musical groups. “Simply put, it’s a beautiful place to hear and see concerts,” says Tom Paulson, director of music.