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Edina Magazine Top 10 Stories of 2019

As we look back on 2019, we're reflecting on the stories you—our readers—loved most.

Youth Frontiers founder and CEO Joe Cavanaugh.

Changing society for the better is the goal of Youth Frontiers, a nonprofit organization working to inspire character in young people.

A lit menorah.

Do you know the story behind Hanukkah?

Colonel Donald G. Patton, founder of the WWII History Roundtable

Colonel Donald G. Patton co-founded the WWII History Roundtable in 1987, and helps keep the tradition alive even today.

Families browse used gear at the Edina Give and Go gear swap.

In addition to providing used gear for more than 300 families, Edina Give and Go raised $10,000 for Edina Public Schools families.

A woman attends the Living and Leading a Purposeful Life event hosted by the Edina Chamber of Commerce

The Edina Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the Minneapolis Leadership Institute’s Think 2 Perform Research Institute to present a unique local event in November.

Caroline Correia, recipient of the Edina Community Foundation Connecting with Kids award, with Julie Greene, the woman who nominated her.

Edina resident is recognized for her volunteer efforts.

"Photos from Home," the Readers' Choice winner in the 2019 Images of Edina photo contest.

Competition was stiff this year for the annual Images of Edina photo contest, but after the dust settled, the judges picked the winning images.

Craig Lebakken, head scout master for Boy Scout troop #62 and recipient of an Edina Community Foundation Connecting With Kids award.

Local Boy Scout head master earns a Connecting with Kids Award.

Molly Lounsberry Dykstra and her mother Berrie Lounsberry in The Berry Patch, and Edina preschool Berrie founded 35 years ago in her basement

Edina preschool started in Berrie Lounsberry’s basement 35 years ago.

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