Top 5 Blog Posts — May 30, 2017

Did you miss last week's most-read Changing Aging blog posts? Ecumen's online visitors found these articles most interesting:

Award-Winning Ecumen Employees and Communities Recognized at Annual Leadership Meeting
Ecumen leaders and communities with outstanding achievements in 2016 were recognized at an awards presentation ceremony at the company’s annual Leadership Conference held on May 17, 2017.

Built with an 'Eagle' Eye: DL Teen Designs Picnic Shelter at Ecumen as Eagle Scout Project
Detroit Lakes High School senior Cody Christen designed and built a new picnic shelter for Ecumen Detroit Lakes in order to earn his rank of Eagle Scout. With the help of his fellow Scouts, family and friends, Christen completed the project in roughly 143 hours.

Ecumen’s Cheryl Dinsmore Leading State Activity Professionals Association
Cheryl Dinsmore, Life Enhancement Supervisor at Ecumen Meadows of Worthington, Minn., currently is serving as president of the Minnesota Statewide Activity Professionals (MN SWAP).

Honoring Dr. John Beaumier and His Life of Giving Back
When a young John Beaumier was trying to make his way in the world, someone was always there for him. With help from others along the way, he became a highly accomplished Mayo-trained orthopedic surgeon who loved his work and prospered. 

Abiitan Mill City Featured in Lavender Magazine
Writer Terrance Griep profiles Abiitan Mill City in the current issue of Lavender Magazine. “Our residents want the modern, urban experience,” Abiitan Executive Director Erwan Moison tells Griep. “They love the convenience and community of city living, especially being steps from the Guthrie, the Mill City Farmer’s Market, and the Stone Arch Bridge. Plus, they love having Smith & Porter, a great restaurant and bar, onsite.”

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