March 2011

Summer Camps | Homes | Phil Rustad

Once again our city is partnering with Plymouth-based WestHealth giving residents an incredible opportunity: collecting free health advice and lots of it.


From Dumpster diving (with permission!) to Craigslist perusing to warehouse pining, Bruce Lindert has gone to great depths in an effort to make his self-proclaimed “man cave” an abode filled with character.


Bank robberies, high-speed chases and ticking bombs—they’re all part of the quintessential mystery novel.


There are few places that provide such inspiration as the great outdoors. That’s exactly what the organizers of the Green Fit Club (GFC) were counting on when they started a new and innovative fitness program in 2009.


Paul Bierhaus isn’t your typical Plymouth retiree. Although he’s been active with the Wayzata Evangelical Free Church, the St.


It can be hard to find good, authentic Mexican food in Plymouth, but thanks to an innovative concept, Luis and Ana Rayas are filling the niche—and they’re bringing their fresh flavors right into your own oven.


Like any number of American rites of passage, kids’ summer camps aren’t quite what they used to be. They’ve become much more.


Since October, first-graders at Plymouth Creek Elementary have been taking part in a program introducing students to the mission of local nonprofit Hammer of Wayzata, a group that provides services for adults and children with developmental disabilities.


This time of year, as the chill slowly slips out of the air, you can find Wayzata High junior Josh Thorson sloshing through the melting snow as he breaks in a new pair of running shoes along the cul-de-sacs and the Luce Line Trail that dot Plymouth, all in preparation of track and, beyond that, h


Recently, the minds at TreeHouse Youth were brainstorming ways to increase awareness of their program when the idea of a basketball shoot-off came up. “We really wanted something that isn’t being done,” TreeHouse director of development, community advancement and growth Lisa Stordahl recalls.


Community Organizations Networking Compassionately Together (CONECT) is seeking volunteers for its twice-weekly homework club meetings, working with area elementary and middle school students in need of help with their school work.


Ready for a good read and some discussion? Plymouth has you covered. Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett has been chosen as the book for the second-ever Citywide Read.