The snow is piling up in Duluth. There’s a foot on the ground and another foot or more on the way. Lots of people are hunkering down, but Ecumen Lakeshore employee Annette Walkowiak is stepping up— big time.
A recent article in Senior Housing News poses the question of whether the recent growth in senior housing units in Minnesota is reaching the saturation point. Julie Murray, Ecumen’s vice president of sales, marketing and business development, weighs in. You can rea
KSTP-TV reporter Jason Davis tells the heartwarming story of how Carl, a 70-pound St.
Star Tribune Columnist Jon Tevlin tells the inspiring story of Larry Bauer-Scandin, an Ecumen Seasons at Maplewood resident who devoted his life to helping kids the juvenile justice system considered hopeless. He was foster parent to 125 kids, and now the walls of h
Most professional chefs are well trained to cook for lots of different people with different tastes on any given day. But what if your job is to cook for the same 150 people every day? Not only do you have to be a versatile chef, but also you have to be a
Ecumen Quality Improvement Nurse Maria Reyes learned valuable lessons taking care of her grandmother as a young teenager in Puerto Rico—les
Very few men can say they have run a race with a U.S. President—and won. Father Vincent Healy Arimond, a resident at Ecumen Lakeshore in Duluth, has that fond memory.
At a girls volleyball game at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minn., there is a rowdy group of ladies on the front row cheering enthusiastically. They might be mistaken for volleyball players’ grandmothers.
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Every Wednesday at 9:30 a.m., Marie Fegley, a resident of Ecumen Lakeshore in Duluth, transforms herself into “Aunt Daisy” and spends the next hour transporting children to a world of make-believe.