“With extremely limited support from home, I turned to the Boychoir family for help. I didn’t realize the mess I was in. Parents of other members saw my challenges and I was offered a job at a family restaurant, beds to sleep in and homes to stay in, and offered the acceptance I missed at home.”
From a bottle of wine worth your age to free car washes, I rounded up the best freebies you can snag on your birthday.
During its history, One Voice Mixed Chorus has partnered with 20 local nonprofit organizations, commissioned more than 30 new choral pieces, performed with over 50 middle and high schools, and brought their mission and music to greater Minnesota for more than 15 years.
I stopped by the Fairgrounds to purchase two sleeves of cups, and the process is extremely easy. There was no line when I visited, although there was a steady flow of customers.
The crispy shrimp, served on seasoned rice with a spicy mayonnaise, is incredible.
Open Arms started amidst an epidemic. They’re built to help Minnesotans in need during COVID-19.
It’s an activity good for the whole family, fun for a date night, and it’s relatively inexpensive. Votes were tallied to find four of the best bowling alleys in the Twin Cities.
These groups are doing God’s work to make sure we all live in a safe world, allowing everyone to have a platform to stand on.