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Excelsior's Trinity Episcopal Church chapel circa 1920.

Trinity Episcopal Church has a complicated and dramatic history.

Someone hands a senior a gift from the Be a Santa to a Senior program.

Over the course of a month, Be A Santa To A Senior collects donated gifts and provides them to those who might not have close family, are on a fixed income, or both.

In this historical photo, a group of ice boats sail on Lake Minnetonka.

Ice boating came to Lake Minnetonka in the 1880s, and is still popular to this day.

A shop celebrating Small Business Saturday hangs a "Come in we're open" sign in the window.

Find out what local businesses have planned for Small Business Saturday.

A dog up for adoption at Wayzata Brew Works' adoption event

Each year, about five local organizations are involved in Wayzata Brew Works' adoption event.

The cover of the 2019 Holiday Gift Guide

Our 2019 Holiday Gift Guide features the best local picks for perfect presents.

Two women at The Pink Social, an event benefiting breast cancer research.

The Pink Social started as a network-marketing party. Now it's a pink-filled night of fun to raise money for cancer research and support women who are battling breast cancer.

Lake Minnetonka Magazine editor Jennifer Pitterle, post-haircut at Wayzata salon Sil'Vie Hair Studio

Tiny salon Sil'Vie helps Wayzata clients learn to love their hair.

The interior of a home built by BLVd Properties, an all-female property firm based in the Lake Minnetonka area.

Beth Ulrich and Lori Serum created BLVd Properties to help homebuyers find their perfect match in the Lake Minnetonka area.

A car drives on part of Yellowstone Trail, a road that once crossed America.

The motto for the trail was “A Good Road from Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound.”

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