The Firefly Sisterhood is a is a statewide, nonprofit organization that fosters connections between women (and men) who’ve been recently diagnosed with breast cancer and breast cancer survivors.
Health & Wellness
When it comes to baseball, Dale Welter has all Chaska’s bases covered. For more than 50 years, Welter has stepped up to the plate in a variety of mostly voluntary positions to pitch the virtues of the Chaska Cubs and the amateur baseball team’s longtime home, Athletic Park.
Roxann Roushar learned a long time ago that the way to students’ hearts is through the lunch line. For more than 15 years, Roushar has served as the director of child nutrition for the Eden Prairie School District.
At Orangetheory Fitness, you won’t see members waiting for equipment, wandering around the floor or texting on their phones in between sets.
Helping animals has long been the mission of the Carver-Scott Humane Society (CSHS), but it took a more proactive approach when it launched the Fur Keeps program in December 2016.
There are few ballparks that are as beloved as the Chaska Athletic Field, home to the Chaska Cubs baseball team. The field, built in 1950, was determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places 10 years ago. No other ballpark in Minnesota has that honor.
Emagine Entertainment is upping its game in Waconia in the form of six new revamped and renovated movie theaters that will hopefully bring the community out in droves to experience movie magic in the local theater.
Even during the cold winter, the Outdoor Center in Eden Prairie was open for families to hike through Staring Lake Park and view winter from more than just their backyards.
When Chaska Middle School West teacher Sean Bloomfield was a seventh grader, his grandfather passed away. One of the items that Bloomfield’s father inherited was a copy of Canoeing with the Cree, written in 1935 by newsman and writer Eric Sevareid.
This spring, kidsWATER, a sugar-free beverage targeted toward kids, is hitting local grocery store shelves.