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This February marks the 51st celebration of Black History Month—a celebration that first began at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio. This month, we look back at Woodbury’s student-led Black Lives Matter Protest.

Older gentlemen laughing while having lively discussion

It is not possible to eliminate every source of tension and disagreement in our lives. While in the U.S. military, my daughter adopted the “bring it on” attitude when tasked to bark out orders as a new squad leader. 

A senior at Woodbury Senior Living reads a handwritten holiday letter.

Learn more about the different ways our community members connect with one another during the holiday season.

Roger Green at the Heritage House

Second-time recipient of the Citizen of the Year award, Roger Green, devotes his life to helping the Woodbury community.

Two neighbors chat over a cup of coffee.

Welcome your neighbors and friends this holiday season.

Mille Lacs Indian Museum and Trading Post

Thanksgiving offers a great opportunity for families to learn more about native history and influence on Minnesota culture.

Christmas trees at the Krueger's Christmas Trees

Though the Krueger’s Christmas Trees farm is on its second location, the passion for growing the festive trees remain untouched.

An illustration of a group of people, one of them wearing a yellow shirt with a red heart on it.

In a time of pressure and pain, giving thanks has never felt more important.

Volunteers pack food kits.

Giving promotes happiness as a reward.

A dinner guest and host hug at the front door.

A few dinner guest mannerisms to follow.

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