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Their performance complete, eighth-grade string students from Owatonna Middle School talked to the residents of the TImberdale Trace assisted-living c

Owatonna Middle School musicians connect with seniors at assisted living centers

Eighth-grade string students played for and visited with 70- to 95-year-olds across the city.
The man who led the effort to renovate a vacant house stands next to a pail of paint he was using on the walls.

Northfield community effort rehabs house for a family in need

Northfield volunteers spent 2,500 hours renovating a dilapidated home.
The Spaulding family got in the holiday spirit for last year’s free Christmas dinner.

Family-run Northfield restaurant serves free Christmas dinner: 'This is about fellowship'

For the 10th year in a row, HideAway Coffeehouse and Winebar is offering free food and festivities to everyone who shows up.
Neal Hofland’s late wife, Jeanne, was at his side when he was inducted into the Minnesota Coaches Hall of Fame.

Minnesotan has coached high school football for 60 years, and he's 'not done yet'

Morris Area/Chokio-Alberta's 80-year-old Neal Hofland still burns with passion about coaching and shaping the lives of teens.
Alex Mazariegos with Melanie Loy following the final concert of his senior year, which included the Hawaiian/ukulele version of “Somewhere Over the

Worthington orchestra teacher Melanie Loy glad to keep the music going

The award-winning educator credits mentors for guiding her to a fruitful musical career.
Natasha Frost

In Mankato, matching meals to mouths means more for all

Natasha Frost returned to her hometown to promote efforts to reduce food waste and improve nutrition.
Hands-on learning is the mission of Canoemobile, which builds confidence and a love of the outdoors.

Across Minnesota, kids and their Canoemobile guides are taking it to the streams

Wilderness Inquiry program offers underserved populations a fun, user-friendly gateway to public lands and waterways via hands-on experiences.
Lindsey Dietz

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis manager is ambassador for science

Lindsey Dietz is an advocate and mentor for girls, young women and underrepresented minorities dreaming of STEM careers.
Dean Swenson showed the piping under a home in the Viking Terrace Mobile Home Park he and several other community members helped winterize with heat t

Rice County mobile home weatherization keeps residents safe and cozy

In Northfield and beyond, low-income homeowners no longer have to suffer through deep-freeze days.
Moorhead's Noreen Thomas, with husband, Lee, has won a two-year grant to figure out how to turn food waste into fertilizer. CREDIT: Alice McCabe

Dirty jobs: Moorhead's Noreen Thomas wins a prize to turn food waste into fertilizer

Two-year grant will address local food waste
Valerie Shirley is creating access to mosques for deaf Muslims.

Signs from the heart: Nonprofit increases access for deaf people of color in the Twin Cities

Valerie Shirley opens mosque doors for deaf community