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Seniors have a new residential option in the heart of the Twin Cities’ Lake Minnetonka Region. The Waters of Excelsior celebrated its grand opening on Jan. 17 with a party attended by nearly 500 people. The festivities kicked off with a ribbon cutting ceremony in front of the new building. The first four residents to move in had the honor of cutting the ribbon as members of the Excelsior Chamber of Commerce and The Waters staff looked on.
Guests then had the opportunity to tour the community, which features 115 apartment homes, including 16 memory care suites available for rent within an elegantly designed building. Available for immediate occupancy are 1-bedroom and 2-bedroom senior living apartments for the general population, as well as 1-bedroom and studio apartments for Memory Care and Enhanced Care residents. Floor plans in the main building range from 615 to 1,180 square feet.
In addition to touring fully furnished models, attendees were also able to visit the salon/spa and wellbeing studio, and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and beverages prepared by chefs at the onsite restaurant and café/pub. Learn more about The Waters of Excelsior here.
RMA Publicity secured four stories about the launch in the news media. Finance & Commerce published a story in their Jan. 11 issue. KSTP-TV covered the grand opening event, The Lakeshore Weekly published a story on Jan. 21, and an article was published in the Jan. 24 issue of the MN Sun Sailor.
A lot of people make the resolution to do more good in the New Year, but they may not know exactly what that’s going to mean. They are sure to be inspired by the work of Richard Bahr of Minneapolis.
This year marks the 6th year of existence for the nonprofit he runs with his wife, Carla. Threshold to New Life is a 501 (c)(3) dedicated to helping people who are living in the margins, and in danger of losing the housing they are in. The Bahrs’ organization is doing its part to combat homelessness by working with local housing agencies to help meet the needs of people having trouble paying their rent or mortgage so they can stay in the housing they are in. They also help out those who are homeless in a number of ways.
Richard Bahr appeared on KARE-TV Minneapolis' 4 p.m. newscast on Jan. 14 to offer practical advice for viewers who want to assist those in our community who have fallen on tough times.
Learn more about Threshold to New Life and Richard's Book, Those People: The True Character of the Homeless, at www.Threshold2NewLife.org.
Patrick Borzi, author, Minnesota Made Me, appeared on Minnesota's longest running public affairs show, Twin Cities Public Television's Almanac on Jan. 7. He talked about what all the athletes in his book have in common... the trait that helps Minnesota athletes succeed in their sports.
He also promoted his two upcoming signing events. Borzi will sign copies of his book at the University of Minnesota bookstore on Wed., Feb. 6, and at the Mall of America Barnes and Noble on Sun., Feb. 10.
Learn more at MinnesotaMadeMe.com.