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A Tribute to Pastor John Peterson, Beloved Hospice Chaplain in Litchfield
Pastor John Peterson recently retired as chaplain at Ecumen Home Care & Hospice-Litchfield. The staff held a retirement party for him and reminisced about his special way of comforting people.
U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar Visits Ecumen North Branch To Discuss Act on Alzheimer’s Initiative
As part of her effort to change the stigma around Alzheimer’s and dementia, U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar recently visited Ecumen North Branch to talk about Act on Alzheimer’s, the statewide effort to make Minnesota more dementia friendly.
A Shakespearean Day at Ecumen Lakeshore
Ten Thousand Things Theater Company of Minneapolis traveled to Duluth last week to perform Shakespeare’s “Pericles” for Ecumen Lakeshore residents, who were on the edge of their seats for the entire performance.
An Understandable Explanation of Alzheimer’s
Alzheimer's is a complex condition that eludes simplification. But this 8-minute video expertly explains how it works, who it affects and what happens as it progresses.
Zvago Glen Lake Hosting Moving Solutions Seminar
Zvago Glen Lake Cooperative, a senior housing community opening in the spring of 2017 on the north shore of Glen Lake in Minnetonka, is hosting a seminar on how to move to a new home. It will be held Oct. 26, 2016, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Gold Nugget Tavern & Grill at 14401 Excelsior Boulevard in Minnetonka.
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