The 11th Annual Girl’s Night Out event was held at The Shoppes at Arbor Lakes. The event raised more than $4,000 for Hope Chest for Breast Cancer, which connects those facing breast cancer with resources and financial assistance.
Each year, three young women, ages 17 to 21, serve as goodwill ambassadors and represent Maple Grove at more than 50 events—not only within Maple Grove, but in communities across Minnesota.
David Andersen has heard people say, “Your life story would make a great movie.” It’s a short way of saying that this Maple Grove resident and architect has had his fair share of globe-trotting adventures, and took the crooked path to get there.
Part of what makes our Maple Grove community so great is people’s willingness to give back. Every day, there are people around town donating their time to worthy causes and helping those around them.
Maple Grove’s Roger A. Seim was appointed the 2015 President of the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) Foundation.
This summer, Rush Creek Elementary Kidstop students collected more than 3,500 books and raised an additional $1,000 during a four-week community service project.
Ever wonder what to do with corks when your bottle of wine is empty? Now you can take them to Houlihan’s in Maple Grove to be recycled.