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The Fulbright Association awards the Fulbright Prize for International Understanding to German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin.

Mary Stanton, a grantee, alumni and board member of the Fulbright Association, was there as the organization's highest honor was awarded outside of the U.S. for the first time ever.

One of the special things about this city is its heart for helping others. Countless Edina residents understand the value of giving back and how time spent caring for others strengthens the bonds of family, friendship and community connections.

Tim, Carrie, Sophie and Zoey Corsaro, all from Edina, bring a piece of home to Edina friends Kristina, Pat, Camille and Adeline Morton while on vacation in Paris.

Here's our handy guide to our Best of 2015 readers' choice surveys. Feel free to contact us with any further questions.

Why do I have to vote in so many categories?

Edina couples Matt and Sara McLenighan, Curt and Rachel Ruegemer, Tom and Nancy Bray and John and Kristen Karpinsky on spring break in Jamaica.

The sixth annual Edina Day of Service will be held October 25.

Vision Loss Resources hosts a mall walking group twice each month at Southdale Center. Sighted volunteers walk alongside VLR clients as guides to encourage fitness and camaraderie.

If you’re between the ages of 20 and 99 and often find yourself asking, “What’s next?” the community of Edina will be hosting a series of Life Reimagined programming to help participants look at their career, relationships, wellness and finances and begin a new phase.

Thanks to all who voted for the 2015 Best of Edina! Tickets for our awards event go on sale December 10.

Competition was stiff this year for the annual Images of Edina Photo Contest, but after the dust settled, the judges picked the winning images in five categories representing the City of Edina’s vision statement: Living (People & Plants/Wildlife), Learning, Raising Families and Doing Business

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Friday, April 12 to Saturday, April 13
[Arts & Performance]
Two Rivers Chorale presents “A Place Called Home,” a concert exploring the human quest for belonging, finding “home” and building community in multiple ways through the choral art and the spoken word. Timothy Sawyer, conductor. Music from Moses Hogan, Aaron Copland, Z. Randall Stroope, Jake Runestad and more. Free concerts, donations gladly accepted.
Sunday, March 24 to Sunday, April 7
[Arts & Performance]
AN UNCOMMON FLORAL EXPERIENCE featuring over 25 blooming gardens and vignettes.

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