Thanks to a technology grant from Enventis, a communications company headquartered in Mankato, Minn., more residents at Ecumen Pathstone Living are going digital. Enventis, formerly known as HickoryTech, gave a $2,000 grant to Ecumen Pathstone Living to purchase iPads and iPods, which residents are now using to listen to music, play games and access YouTube.
Honor lights are being lit across Minnesota as Ecumen communities host their annual "Lights of Honor" celebrations. Last week, Ecumen Oaks & Pines in Hutchinson, Ecumes of Litchfield, Ecumen Scenic Shores in Two Harbors, and Ecumen LeCenter raised over $3,000, with all proceeds benefitting the local Ecumen community. Honor someone whose life impacts yours. Remember
Congratulations to Team St. Croix Hospice, winners of the 2013 Ecumen Changing Aging Invitational held earlier this month in Roseville, Minn. Twenty-two teams participated in this year's tournament and helped raise funds and awareness for Ecumen Awakenings. Ecumen's innovative Awakenings program is working to transform America's culture of care for people living with Alzheimer's and
Judy Blaseg recently signed on as vice president of philanthropy at Ecumen. While she has raised money for good causes her entire career, this new job involves fundraising that is especially personal. Judy’s mother is now in a dementia and Alzheimer’s care facility, much like those Ecumen operates, as was her now-deceased aunt, who had