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Local business donates time to help Boys & Girls Club of the Twin Cities

Local business donates time to help Boys & Girls Club of the Twin CitiesGoal to provide $20,000 in donations to support local youth

A local business, Uptown Plumbing, Heating and Cooling, is giving away free fall furnace inspection and tune-ups to area residents willing to donate $99 to the Boys and Girls Club of the Twin Cities.
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Commons at Penn to break ground at Penn and Golden Valley

Commons at Penn to break ground at Penn and Golden ValleyLocally based nonprofit Building Blocks broke ground this past week on the Commons at Penn, a new 47-unit affordable housing apartment complex located at 2201 Golden Valley Road.
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Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin extends services to Minneapolis residents

Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin extends services to Minneapolis residentsEffective immediately Community Action Partnership of Suburban Hennepin (CAPSH) will be delivering the Energy Assistance Program (EAP) in the City of Minneapolis.
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Rondo community meetings scheduled

Rondo community meetings scheduledRondo Avenue, Inc. (RAI) will hold the first of three Rondo Community Meetings intended to give concerned citizens an opportunity to provide important input on the planned development of the property located at 820 Concordia (Rondo) Ave.
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City seeks applicants for boards and commissions

City seeks applicants for boards and commissionsApplications are now being accepted for openings on the Minneapolis Department of Civil Rights' boards and commissions positions that the City Council and Mayor will appoint this fall.
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Twin Cities to host 'Rail~Volution' conference

Twin Cities to host 'Rail~Volution' conferenceThe transit-rich Twin Cities will further bolster its dedication to multi-modal transit by hosting the 20th annual Rail~Volution conference, Sept. 21 – 24.
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Church leaders announce multi-racial statewide civic engagement initiative

Church leaders announce multi-racial statewide civic engagement initiativeISAIAH clergy and religious leaders this week announce plans to launch a multi-racial grassroots voter mobilization program around common values and an equity agenda. This program is called the Prophetic Voter campaign and seeks to reach 56,000 religious voters, many who are unlikely to vote in non-presidential election years. ISAIAH, a non-profit coalition of over 100 congregations from various faith traditions works in the Twin Cities, St. Cloud and greater Minnesota, to establish racial and economic justice.
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