Fraser, a provider of autism and early childhood mental health services, opened its Woodbury location (one of seven in the state) this summer. Donors, staff and community members gathered for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and a grand tour.
This year marks the 38th annual Woodbury Days event, three days of community fun to commemorate the end of another Minnesota summer. The Woodbury Days council is a 501c3 nonprofit organization with a nine-member board and 20 to 25 volunteers who plan the yearly experience.
St. Ambrose of Woodbury Catholic School held its annual gala fundraiser to support the Bishop Pates Endowment, which provides tuition assistance for families of students at the school.
New Life Academy’s annual auction, Beach Bash & Bidding, drew an enthusiastic group of supporters who raised money for a variety of school activities.
Located on 110 beautiful acres off Dale Road, a half mile east of Cottage Grove Drive, Woodbury’s off-leash dog park is now boasting a new name: Andy’s Bark Park.
Large crowds came to East Ridge High School’s Loft Stage to see Woodbury Community Theatre’s Stars on Broadway which featured songs from Disney.
The Remke family has been involved in Relay for Life since 2006. After her father was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2005, Missy Remke decided to attend an informational meeting.
The Woodbury High School choir program has been presenting its annual cabaret production for more than 15 years, longer than current music department chair and director of choirs Daryl Timmer has been at the school.
Woodbury’s Polar Plunge drew a large crowd of participants who jumped into Carver Lake to raise money for Special Olympics Minnesota and the Madison Claire Foundation.
The Woodbury Guild of Children’s Hospital Association (CHA) is hosting its second annual “Race for the Children” fundraiser.