Millions of American military veterans have honored us with their service. Today, we set aside a special day to honor them and thank them for all they have done.
Kenneth Paulson of Hutchinson, Minn.
James and Virginia, both in their early 20s, were in the U.S. Army, two young Americans bonded by a common cause and fighting against a common enemy.
Ecumen is highlighted as one of the “Nonprofits To Know” in the November 6, 2013, Star Tribune “Giving Back” special section.
By Kim Hall Grier, Senior Living Consultant, Esprit Whispering Ridge
By the roadside on Highway 8 coming into Chisago City a green giant of a chair entices passers-by to come over, sit down and be swallowed up.
A lady in the state of Georgia writes to me two or three times a year, asking after my health and speculating on the depth of the expected snowdrifts in Minnesota in the winter.
Ecumen Home Office staff and Ecumen Board of Trustees members celebrated Lights of Honor October 23, 2013.
Veterans in the Two Harbors area will now be eligible to receive skilled nursing care at Ecumen Scenic Shores reimbursed by the U.S.
Ebba Brooks, a resident of Ecumen Lakeshore in Duluth, has devoted herself to promoting and preserving Swedish culture, and now her life-long efforts have brought her a national honor.