Do good and feel good—buying gifts made by artisans around the world helps empower marginalized women.
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Everyone deserves to feel beautiful and love what they see when they look in the mirror. Beautyholic Salon owner Hanna Puckett’s services are designed to help shape her clients into a more confident, beautiful version of themselves.
“Every piece of jewelry tells a story,” says master goldsmith Stuart Adelman. And at Artelle Designs, owned by Stuart and his wife Ellie Adelman, it’s especially true. Stuart has been designing and creating custom jewelry for over 40 years. Jewelry has an emotional pull, says Adelman.
Driving on Old Rockford Road in Plymouth, St. Barnabas might look like a standard church, with an attractive building and grounds.
St. Barnabas has all the music one might expect a church to have—choirs, bells and an organ. But St. Barnabas,
“To provide innovative and life-enriching services for children, adolescents and adults with disabilities.” This is the mission statement of Homeward Bound, a nonprofit organization based in Plymouth that provides 24-hour specialized care to people of all ages with a disability who live at home,
Some of John Olson’s many volunteer hours were spent at the 2018 Primavera Art Festival.
If you wander into Fly Feet Running and mistake it for an apparel store, you’ll likely be forgiven—founder and owner Kristin Shane says it happens all the time.
Get your sweat on at Fly Feet Running while rocking its new fitness wear. Kristin Shane, owner of Fly Feet in Wayzata, says that as a fitness consumer, style is a big deal—as well as being comfortable.
A fixture in the community since 1959, the Plymouth Lions Club has consistently contributed to charitable causes.