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I scream.....You scream.....We all scream for ICE CREAM!!!!
On Sunday, April 27th from 2:00-3:00pm in the Kingsley Club Room, join us for a "Sundaes on Sunday" fundraiser for Highview Hills.
We have over a hundred very dedicated Team Members at Walker Methodist Highview Hills that provide the care and services to the people that call Highview Hills their home. We are a non-profit organization and we are asking for your help. We have identified areas of need within our community and will be raising the funds to purchase a wheelchair scale and installing handicap accessible doors to the back of our building so that there is easy access for all to our back courtyard, gardens and library patio.
Here's where you come in! If you like ice cream, then we've got a deal for you! Join us the afternoon of Sunday, April 27th for an ice cream sundae (with all the toppings!). Cost is $2 per sundae and ALL money raised goes directly to projects at Highview Hills.
Bring your appetites and we'll see you there!
If you would like more information on how you can help our fundraising cause, please speak to our Director of Housing, Steve Wilson, at 952-985-9000.
Snakker du norsk? May 17 is Syttende Mai, Norway’s Independence Day. All over Norway the people pour into the streets, the children parade, the bands march, the dignitaries orate, and everyone sings “Ja, vi elsker dette landet”, the Norwegian national anthem. We will be celebrating Syttende Mai a little early--this coming week!
Norway is one of the most beautiful countries in the world, with its rugged mountains, wandering coastlines, and spectacular fjords. It is home to a number of ethnic delights for us to check out, including lefse, lutefisk, and smalahove to eat and reindeer to race. We’ll cruise up and down some of those wonderful fjords and follow the famous Norwegian explorers of a century ago to the far north and far south. Norway is a monarchy, so we’ll have some royals to look in on, along with the Hardanger fiddles and rosemaling.
Minnesota, especially, owes a debt to the hardy Norwegian pioneers who helped settle it. Minnesota has, to this day, more people who speak the Norwegian language than any other place on the continent. We’ll visit the Hjemkomst Museum in Moorhead for a look at a full-size replica of a Viking ship and another replica of a Norwegian church, and see what else Norway has sent to America. Tusen takk!
Join Dale Blanshan as he brings music, stories and a little bit of Norway to Minnesota on Thursday, April 24th at 2:00pm in the Events Center. You don't have to be of Norwegian heritage to enjoy this program! This is one you won't want to miss!