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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.

Nia Diaby

A sophomore at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Nia Diaby has already made an impact on the world, starting when she was in elementary school.

Earlier this year, our readers’ choice online survey sought your input regarding which restaurants, retailers and service providers you like best in Edina. Your votes have been counted and the top three finalists in each category are listed here in alphabetical order.

Fartun Ismail, founder of the Somali American Women Action Center

Fartun Ismail has lived in Edina for seven years and is the founder of the Somali American Women Action Center (SAWAC). She was raised by a single mother. Her grandmother was the bread winner in the family’s homeland of Somalia and taught Ismail the importance of women’s independence.

The Gump Family

The Edina Community Foundation's Connecting with Kids program honors community members who make an impact on the lives of young people.

Trina Lawrence and her kids unwrap presents from Best Christmas Ever.

Julie James and Kristen Karpinsky worked with Minnesota nonprofit Best Christmas Ever to bring cheer to a family going through tough times.

Tag! You’re it! Enjoy this gallery of “tagged” Instagram photos. #edinamag

To have event photos considered, send date, time, location and contact information to edinamag@tigeroak.com.

Jasmine Brett Stringer

Share the Mic MN seeks to amplify the voices of Black and Brown women in Minnesota.

Edina Magazine

Our digital editions are back with a brand new look!

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