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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.”
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.
The Waters Senior Living was back in the headlines on July 18th. RMA Publicity secured stories on both KSTP (ABC) TV and KARE (NBC) TV about a fun open house event they did at The Waters on 50th in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
There were llamas to pet on the patio, tasty treats and plenty of lemonade for all. In addition to the entertainment, people who attended the event were also able to interact with residents, tour the community and get their questions answered about senior living.
Learn more about The Waters, where residents, staff and families thrive, at www.thewaters.com.
Independence Day is the time of year people across the country come together to honor the men and women who have served, and to celebrate the freedom we all enjoy as residents of the United States of America. It is also the day commemorative dog tags that will be displayed on a new Veterans Memorial in the City of Bloomington went on sale.
Also on July 4th, a story about the tags aired on FOX 9 News in Minneapolis. The story featured an interview with Bob Works, who served our country between 1960 and 1964. He is the first veteran who will be honored on the memorial using 21st technology.
The metallic dog tags honoring veterans will have QR codes on them that will enable the veteran to tell their own story. Clicking on the code takes you to a website where you can learn more about the veteran being honored.
Learn more about the special dog tags, which are on sale now, at Bloomingtonveteransmemorial.com/dogtags.