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The Mega Millions jackpot is up to $1.1 billion and Chicago attorney Michael A. Wilder, who is also the author of Jackpot: The Crazy Things You’ll Do for Love and Money, was interviewed on KELO Radio in Sioux Falls, South Dakota on July 26. He shared the story behind his novel, and also offered some legal advice to the potential winner or winners.
Pick up your copy of Jackpot, today, on Amazon.com.
Residents of The Waters of Oakdale senior living community celebrated two significant birthdays in July. The 102nd birthday party for Anita Molstad and Eleanor Suess on July 26th drew dozens of their friends, and three local media outlets. Stories about the party aired on the 6 p.m. newscasts of both KARE and KSTP, the NBC and ABC TV affiliates in Minneapolis, on July 26. The next morning, the Pioneer Press published a photo of the ladies on the front page of the newspaper.
Anita Molstad has lived at The Waters of Oakdale for a little more than a year. She has two children, one grandchild and two great grandchildren: twin girls. She says the secret to longevity is “Family genes.
Eleanor Suess has lived at The Waters of Oakdale for seven years. She is a mother of two, and has six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Her secret to longevity: “I’ve tried everything and not sure what exactly it is. Reading has kept my mind and memory sharp. I used to walk a mile to the library as a girl to get books.” Her greatest accomplishment: “Being charitable to my family.”
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, Dog Days Westonka is returning to Mound, Minnesota on Saturday, August 13. It will be held from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Surfside Park and Beach, located at 2670 Commerce Boulevard in Mound.
In addition to doggie paddleboarding demonstrations, which is a new attraction for the festival, several pet-themed activities are making their return. The day of fun gets underway at 9 a.m. with the Blessing of the Animals performed by Pastor Jim Beard from Bethel Methodist Church of Mound. Also planned is a Pet Parade, a Cutest Puppy Contest and Splash for Cash. According to festival founder Jackie Piepkorn from Westonka Animal Hospital and Lake Minnetonka Pet Wellness Center, Splash for Cash is one of the festival’s most popular events.
“We have $300 up for grabs in prize money, the majority of which goes to the dog that jumps the furthest off the dock into Lake Minnetonka,” she said.
In addition to all the fun activities, there will also be food trucks and vendors on site. Music will be provided by The Abiders, a Twin Cities-based band that plays the blues, country and folk songs.
Admission is free, but attendees are asked to bring along pet food that will later be donated to the local food shelf. Cash donations are appreciated as well, and can be dropped into the collection bin that will be set-up at the main check-in table.
Dog Days Westonka is put on by Westonka Community and Commerce (WCC), a local nonprofit organization, and is run by all volunteers. All proceeds go towards covering the costs of the event and keeping it going, as well as pet projects and programs serving the community.
RMA Publicity is handling PR for the event, and several placements have already been secured: a story that will begin airing daily on LMCC, the community cable news channel in Mound, on July 31st, and two articles in the Laker-Pioneer newspaper: Dog Days Returns to Mound This Summer and Dog Days Slates Return to Surfside Park for August.
In addition, the FOX 9 Morning News is planning a story for their morning show on August 10th, a few days before the event.
More information can be found on the website: Westonkacc.com/dog-days-westonka.
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Everyone has a story, and over the past several years, former Honeywell executive Ron Peterson has gotten to know fellow Gailee Lutheran Church member Abraham Boi Watson very well. So well, in fact, that he has authored the Liberian native's autobiography.
The official launch party for An African Son, Abraham Boi Watson’s Perilous Journey took place on July 23 at Galilee Lutheran Church in Roseville, Minnesota. The event featured a slide show with a Q&A, African food to taste, and of course book sales.
An African Son not only shares Abraham's story, it includes a historical look back at the the abduction of Blacks from Africa to the Americas for over 350 years. Learn more on the author website: PTBBooks.com.