As we age, our needs can become more complex. Not only does one have the day to day responsibilities of life, but the added confusion of Medicare, Medicare supplemental insurance, prescription coverage, financial assistance, transportation, housing…and the list goes on. Dealing with all of this can feel overwhelming. The good news: a person does not need to figure all of this out themselves. If you are a senior or a caregiver and need resources, there is help – And the phone call is free!
CJ Nyland has been a fan of the Miami Heat ever since the NBA Basketball team won the finals in 2006. Add in the fact that LeBron James put on a Heat jersey in 2010, and the Chanhassen youth was even more in love.
Each week we publish a detail of a local landmark in Chanhassen or Victoria. The following week we identify the landmark. Do you know where the heck this is? Email your guess to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or post your guess on the Chanhassen Villager Facebook page.
She's on a roll! Char Philbrick of Chanhassen provided a correct answer last week, and again this week. Philbrick, our one and only respondent this week, correctly guessed our Where the Heck Is It as the SW Metro sign located on West 78th Street, by the Fed Ex building and across the street from Target. Honestly, could this sign be any smaller? And, has anyone ever seen anyone getting off or on the SW Metro bus at this location? Inquiring minds want to know. Email Unsie Zuege at email@example.com if you have.
The District 112 School Board’s facility committee is recommending that $59.88 million in projects — including a dome facility, new pool and new elementary school — be included in a bond referendum in fall 2015.