News & Stories
NEWS & STORIES
Sharing all the latest at Knute Nelson
The following news and stories have been compiled to inform you of happenings at Knute Nelson and in aging services. We also feature the stories of individuals who have reached their goals and have an important message to share to inspire others.
On Tuesday, May 22nd the 13th Annual Knute Nelson Foundation Golf Classic took place
Knute Nelson will be hosting the “Knute Nelson Garden Concerts” Wednesdays from May 29th to August 28th. These concerts will take place in the Healing Gardens from 6:30-7:30 p.m.
“Hi, there!” When Dave said those two words not long ago, he connected with his grandson.
Is it time to downsize? Have you reached the point when you think, “The kids are gone. We don’t need this much house.” “I’m tired of taking care of all these home projects. And the yard work! Don’t get me started.”
Free Therapy Educational Session
Knute Nelson Home Care and Hospice will be moving on Monday, May 20th from their office at 315 Jefferson Street South to a new location at 618 Jefferson Street, Suite 1.
Older Americans Month Events
Knute Nelson and Innovative Builders Inc. has been selected by Finance & Commerce as a 2019 Progress Minnesota award nominee in the nonprofit organization category for their development of Crystal Brook Senior Living in Park Rapids, MN.
Knute Nelson Hiring Happy Hour
The 13th annual Knute Nelson Foundation Golf Classic will take place on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, at Geneva Golf Club.
Knute Nelson is proud to announce the achievement of Gold Level status with the Minnesota Department of Health for antibiotic stewardship at their Care Center campus.
Knute Nelson invites the community to attend up to three public art exhibits this spring. The art displayed was created by Alexandria school children and Knute Nelson residents during joint canvas painting workshops.
Knute Nelson was pleased to participate in the Douglas County Historial Society (DCHS) Hotdish Bake-Off event! Thanks to a recipe from our Nelson Gables campus, attendees voted us as the first place hotdish winner
Congratulations to the graduates from Knute Nelson’s 2018 Leadership Academy. This group of 15 individuals has spent the last nine months strengthening and developing their leadership skills.
Knute Nelson Foundation has received a $4,630 grant from Lake Region Art Council (LRAC). The purpose of the grant is to provide an opportunity to engage Knute Nelson residents and Alexandria school children through a canvas painting workshop.