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Seniors have a new residential option conveniently located in the heart of Oak Creek, Wisconsin’s new Drexel Town Square development. The Waters of Oak Creek is now open and accepting residents.
“Seniors today are looking for communities where they can thrive – where personal choice and a focus on wellbeing are at the forefront of their experience. We are challenged by the senior population to change the face of Senior Living and are proud to carry the torch of evolution. The Waters strives for excellence in quality, care and innovation and we are thrilled to bring this elevated experience to residents in Oak Creek,” said Tami Kozikowski, COO The Waters.
The Waters of Oak Creek is the 12th community owned and operated by The Waters Senior Living LLC, a Minneapolis, MN based owner, operator, and developer of distinctive senior communities. The company, whose mission is to create communities that thrive – for residents, families and team members, has nine properties in Minnesota, two in Pennsylvania, and the location in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. The Waters’ national portfolio currently includes over 1,300 senior apartments with additional communities under development. Their communities offer an innovative suite of personal services and amenities, developed in partnership with some of the nation’s preeminent thought leaders, including the University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Center for Spirituality & Healing and Alzheimer’s Association.
Are you as amazed as "Bullseye Breach" author Greg Scott about the media reaction to Target's nationwide technology outage? On Sunday, June 16, it made the front page of the Pioneer Press and all over the country. When else has a cash register outage made national headlines?
Greg Scott was on the Cory Hepola Show on WCCO Radio on June 17 and AM1280 on June 23.
Scott's novel, written a few years ago, is the story of how Russian mobsters stole 40 million customer credit card numbers from fictional Bullseye Stores during the 2013 Christmas shopping season. It ties right in to this weekend's outage because we all depend on technology these days, and glitches are way more visible than before.
More insight from Greg Scott can be found on his blog, Early Lessons from the Great June 2019 Target Outage.
There is a story about the work Richard and Carla Bahr, founders of Threshold to New Life, are doing to help prevent homeless in the June 2019 edition of Maple Grove Magazine. The nonprofit helps people in danger of losing their housing stay where they are by filling in the gaps for people when they are having trouble making the rent.
The Bahrs also volunteer regularly with the Salvation Army's Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis to serve breakfast to those in need. Learn more about their ministry at Threshold2NewLife.org.
The stories of the people who once lived in a tent city in Minneapolis got a lot of attention in June. There were three sold out showings of “The Wall: The Stories of the 2018 Minneapolis Homeless Camp,” at the St. Anthony Main Theatre in Minneapolis. A trailer for the film can be viewed online here.
Filmed and produced by independent journalist Brandon Ferdig of St. Louis Park, Minn., the documentary shares the stories of several of the people who ended up in the camp. Many of them say they ended up there because they are unable to shake their addiction.
Brandon Ferdig previewed the June 13 showing on the KQRS morning show with Tom Bernard on Mon., June 10. The film debuted on May 19 at the St. Anthony Main Theatre in Minneapolis. FOX 9 News covered the premiere and aired this story in the 9 o'clock news on May 19. The event was previewed on KARE TV in Minneapolis' 4 p.m. newscast on April 25. In addition, a preview story published in the MN Sun Sailor newspaper on May 9.
All proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to organizations that work with the homeless, and individuals affected by it