Money management has become the hot topic during this country’s worst recession in history. Bruce Helmer, author of Real Wealth, believes the secret to financial mastery is personal—what matters most to you.
Growing up in the 1950’s, Jim Eason didn’t get many chances to get his mitts on a camera. His mother was the family photographer and even she only documented “special” occasions. “I was curious, but in my family, cameras were not for kids,” Eason says.
Ladies and gentlemen of Plymouth, step up to the annual Step To It Challenge. This fun four-week fitness competition pits Plymouth residents against those of 20-plus suburbs in lighthearted fitness fun.
Music is a vocation for David Elmhirst. He is band director at Wayzata High School. He enjoys his students and the academic setting. But much of his work involves organization, lesson plans and grading.
It’s told that a garden gnome hides in plain sight, disguised as ordinary statuary. Some would say they avoid combat, gravitating toward a prankster demeanor while others would argue that gnomes will defend their gardener with unseen ferocity.
Dulcie Searle, an accomplished dancer of eight years, got into Irish dance at a very young age. After some experience with tap at just 3 years old, she saw some Irish dance and thought it looked like fun. After Celtic Fire closed, Searle moved on to Rince Nua in Maple Grove.