Community

Money Honeys meet around a table.

Money Honeys: A Women's Investment Club. For these Edina women, an investment club serves as a safe place to discuss the economy and take financial risks.

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

Located in the Mill District of downtown Minneapolis, Tiger Oak Media publishes more than 30 regional print magazines, with corresponding digital media, including digital editions, e-newsletters and sophisticated websites.

A vibrant, well-organized and active library doesn’t just appear out of thin air. Indeed, it’s no magic trick—for a library to thrive, it requires the careful and passionate care of dedicated volunteer support.

Dr. Jim Rohde, volunteer and board member with Healing Hands for Haiti, in his home with a piece of Haitian art.

In December, Edina physician Jim Rohde made his 12th pilgrimage to Haiti as a volunteer. And this trip was special. Rohde dedicated the final piece of a seven-years-long medical building project, which he coordinated in partnership with Healing Hands for Haiti, an international nonprofit.

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