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Arts, Awareness & Action: Joining together to end povertyFebruary 6thPlan to attend this gathering on February 6, 7-9 p.m. at Union Congregational United Church of Christ, 3700 Alabama Ave. This is an upbeat, arts-driven, solution-focused event that tackles the goal of ending poverty by 2020. Beginning at 7 p.m. there will be an open house…

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Interested in saving 50% on groceries?

Food available: February 2 Try out FARE for All (Food and Resource Exchange)! Through FARE for All you can almost double your food dollar, freeing up money for other things. FARE for All is a nonprofit food buying program that allows people to increase their food purchasing power. It works because food is purchased by…

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Rotary Clubs and SLP youth

St. Louis Park has two Rotary Clubs, both who have long-term commitments to supporting St. Louis Park young people. The Rotary Club of St. Louis Park (known as the noon club) provided the impetus for the creation of Children First. A stir was caused by the speech of one of their members, Carl Holmstrom, who…

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Dr. Wagner recognized for service to youth

Dr. Mary Wagner, a family practice doctor with Park Nicollet Clinic and the volunteer medical director for Central Clinic received the Gil Braun Community Service Award from The Rotary Club of St. Louis Park. Dr. Wagner received accolades for her work with Central Clinic which provides free physical and mental health services for St. Louis…

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Community Events & Info

Sounding Out!Fifth Annual Teens Alone Homeless Youth SummitWednesday, October 21st, 6:30 pmEisenhower Community Center, 1001 Highway 7 Join Teens Alone for a Special performance by the Mainstreet School for Performing Arts followed by an Ice Cream Social. $10 at the door. Teens Alone provides free and confidential counseling and services year round for youth and…

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Increase Your Cultural Competency with featured speaker Syl Jones Friday, November 13 7:15 – 9 a.m. Eden Prairie’s Education Center 8040 Mitchell Road, Eden Prairie Our community is changing and blooming with new cultures that can enrich all of our lives. Challenge your attitudes toward cultures other than your own through self-reflection and courageous conversations…

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St. Louis Park shows its pride

St. Louis Park participated in the Reinventing Minnesota’s 25th anniversary Minnesota Community Pride Competition. Award winners were named on September 6th at the Minnesota State Fair with the Lilac Park/Beehive Restoration winning the top prize in the Natural Resources/Environment Parks category. Children First’s 40 Asset artwork project received an honorable mention in the Arts &…

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Easy way to support Park Nicollet Foundation

The Park Nicollet Foundation does so much to support the many wonderful community programs that support youth. Now, we have a chance to support the Foundation. During their Celebration for Life Gala, Saturday, October 3, six volunteers are needed to distribute gourmet nuts to gala guests. Volunteers are needed from 5:15 – 8:00 p.m. at…

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Play about eating disorders at Guthrie

Running on Empty, the premiere of a play about eating disorders will be presented by Park Nicollet Melrose Institute on Friday, September 12 at the Guthrie Theater. Running on Empty examines the myths and dimensions of eating disorders through a powerful perspective. It is valuable for teachers, counselors, coaches and anyone interested in eating disorder…

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