Giving Back

A hat made by Excelsior company Summit Creek Hat Co.

Excelsior native Tony Filippi founded Summit Creek Hat Co. last summer, inspired to create a line of hats and other products that make the wearer think about their favorite places in the world.

It was playtime for the adults at this May 16 event benefitting the Minnesota Children’s Museum.

Everybody runs out of milk or bread from time to time, and it’s a nuisance. But for Brian Felt, and too many others like him, running out of basic food items can put his physical and emotional health in jeopardy.

Most Minnesotans know former Twins player Harmon Killebrew for his impeccable batting average—but his accomplishments off the field are just as noteworthy.

Since 1983, Listening House, a nonprofit community center and day/evening shelter in Saint Paul, has provided guidance and donated goods to disadvantaged individuals.

Ron Kamps of Minnetonka is no stranger to a full workweek. The former director of worldwide sales and marketing at Control Data Corp. (now Seagate) spent a large part of his life serving in high-profile leadership positions at a number of worldwide companies for more than four decades.

The Partners Group, an insurance and investment firm, has recently found a home in Wayzata, a move that David Foster, a partner in the group, says lines up with their philosophy. “We’re committed to taking a personal interest in clients.

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“A daisy is a sign of spring and renewal.

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