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Capturing Memories

When Leah Steidl—a hobbyist photographer of eight years—had her little girl, she knew she had to capture the little moments life has to offer. “I picked up photography because my daughter grows too fast,” Steidl says with a smile.

galentine's day

Galentine’s Day is a time to surround yourself with your best friends and to celebrate love—whether you’re single or not. This unofficial holiday is truly as sweet as it sounds.

Edina’s COVID Memorial

During the past two years, masks, social distancing and vaccinations have become prominent in our lives. But the strongest and most significant impact of COVID-19 is the loss of people we love—the irreplaceable friends and family members who have passed because of the virus.

Rotarian Paul Mooty, chairman of Faribault Woolen Mill, with My Very Own Bed's Kelsey Tritabaugh, founder Michael Allen and Randy Manthey.

Catching some z’s shouldn’t be a luxury. But for some kids, the proper furniture and bedding are simply out of reach.

Colleen Feige

Colleen Feige serves as president of the League of Women Voters Edina (LWVE), a nonpartisan political organization that encourages informed participation in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.

2021 Connecting with Kids honoree Shane Stumm

Since 2008, the Edina Community Foundation’s Connecting with Kids Leadership Breakfast has shined a spotlight on the efforts of local volunteers and their impact in the Edina community. In April 2021, eight honorees were celebrated for their work.

Ryan Muhlbauer

Ryan Muhlbauer is passionate about creating community and bringing people together.

Edina resident and Lasagna Love volunteer Cathy Winter

The aroma of fresh basil and oregano infused in a blanket of tomato sauce that smothers layers of baked noodles sandwiched between creamy ricotta cheese is enough to make any mouth water.

On July 1, the Edina Community Foundation held the annual Veterans Dinner at Braemar Golf Course. The event, which takes place prior to Edina’s annual Fourth of July parade, supports and recognizes area veterans.

hands on USA flag

It’s hard to believe that two decades have passed since the tragic events of 9/11. Each year, many pause on September 11th to honor and remember lives lost.

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