As an essential business we are OPEN. We have no contact service including curbside, pick up and delivery of vehicle, online estimate tool, online authorization form, etc. As always we are here for our customers to help in any way we can.
During social distancing, with necessary restrictions on visitors and activities, we know many seniors are experiencing an overwhelming sense of isolation. That’s why our office is offering more flexible short-term care options for families wanting to explore companionship care and personal care for a loved one experiencing loneliness or feeling isolated inside their house or facility. All caregivers are fully trained to follow established safety protocols and procedures.
Tin Cup's Restaurant remains OPEN for curbside pickup. Burgers, Fries, Chicken, Sandwiches, Appetizers, and much more. See full menu at the link. Open 11 am to 10 pm daily. Please call 651-487-7967 https://www.facebook.com/tincupbar/
Dar's Double Scoop remains OPEN for take-out. Ice Cream, Pizza, Hotdogs, Onion Rings, Fries and much more. See full menu at the link. Open 11 am to 10 pm daily. Call in your order at 651-489-2422 https://www.darsdoublescoop.com/?
Nearly all my sales are through an online-arts store, Etsy, and are delivered by the US Postal Service. Customers in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area can make arrangements to pick up orders at my location.
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We are offering online fitness, yoga, and dance classes 7 days a week! Classes focus on safe, low-impact, effective movements to keep people feeling their best from the inside out. As always, all bodies and baggage are most welcomed. Let’s keep moving and feel better, babe friends!
Our phones are answered 24x7 and immediate services are available. On-line information available at www.holcombhenryboom.com for both at need and pre-planning services. We continue to meet families at our funeral home location if comfortable doing so, in limited numbers. Funeral, memorial or graveside services continue but limited to 10 or fewer people attending. We are able to face-time, zoom, conference call & email documents to those more comfortable staying in the safety of their homes.
I am available for consultation and guidance for all end of life, death, and funeral questions. I can help via phone calls, Zoom meetings, Skype, FaceTime, or other methods of social distancing. My services are available for the terminally ill, their caregivers, and the grieving alike. Anyone in need of support or comfort is welcome.
We have transitioned all of our clients to online coaching! All members are receiving at-home workout programming, weekly 1 on 1 check ins with their coach, live video workout classes, and more. We've brought in experts on mindset, nutrition, coping skills, and preventative health to give free webinars to our gym members as well. We're onboarding new clients with 1 on 1 video coaching sessions. Anything we can to do help our community stay healthy!
To keep our customers, our team, and our community safe, we are working from home and our office buildings are closed. But we are still here to help you. All of our services - homebuyer advising, home improvement, down payment, homebuyer education, and more - can be delivered via phone and video conferencing. Give us a call at 651-292-8710, or visit our website at nwhomepartners.org
We are now offering food to take home - pints and quarts of housemade soup, pans of lasagna ready to heat, Southwestern Veggie Bake (no gluten), chicken salad and muffin batters by the pint, bread, flour, eggs, milk and more! Vegan selections and food without gluten are available. (We are not a gluten free kitchen.) Call ahead to place an order and pay, or stop in. Customers in the store are limited to 5 at any time.
Our staff is working primarily from home. We are meeting for existing and future architecture and interior design projects following recommended protocols. Now is the time for the Clever Architecture team to get going on your architecture or interiors project, renovation, or modification of your building or space. Best to have a plan in order to get the best contractor pricing and before the building department is extra busy with permit applications when businesses reopen.
Junior Achievement’s in-classroom, volunteer-driven programs are now available online to support students, parents and teachers. Learning can continue and JA is providing access to learning experiences that students can do on their own, with a parent or other caring adult, or with teachers via a digital/virtual environment. Resources are organized by school level and can be used whether or not you’ve engaged in a JA program in the past. Access at https://www.jaum.org/resources/.
We are still working to help businesses connect with their customers and locals with small businesses. One of our new initiatives is this What's Open page and listings in the paper. You can also be part of our BUY LOCAL campaign to retain and grow business. And, of course, we're always working to amplify voices in our community. Share stories ideas, send in press releases, and submit letters to the editor. NEWS FOR YOU!