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Zvago Glen Lake Owners Toast Their New Homes at Groundbreaking Ceremony
The rain stopped, the sun came out and a festive group of homeowners gathered May 25 on the north shore of Glen Lake in Minnetonka for a celebratory toast on the spot where their new homes will be.
Award-Winning Ecumen Communities Recognized at Annual Leadership Meeting
Ecumen leaders and communities with outstanding achievements in 2015 were recognized at an awards presentation ceremony at the company’s annual Leadership Meeting held on May 17, 2016, in Saint Cloud, Minn.
'Granny Does Graffiti' Program Brings Those with Dementia and Street Artists Together
'Granny Does Graffiti' is giving the Denver community new art to enjoy, while providing a creative outlet for those with dementia.
Ecumen Century Club: Happy 103rd Birthday Elrose Milverstedt
Ecumen honors Elrose Milverstedt, a resident of Ecumen CountrySide in Owatonna, who is 103.
Holocaust Survivor's Baseball Game Wish Finally Gets Granted
Holocaust survivor Hermina Hirsch, who is 89, fulfilled her lifelong wish when she sang the National Anthem before the Detroit Tigers game on May 21.
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