Welcome to Hamline Midway Elders!
Join us on Thursday, July 19 to learn more about the Hamline Midway Coalition’s goals, programs, and current work. Hamline Midway Coalition is currently in the process of hiring a new executive director so there may be an opportunity to meet her/him. Also, you don’t want to miss a special edition of Community Trivia & Bingo!
The dinner will be held in the Fireside Room at Hamline Church United Methodist (1514 Englewood Ave.) beginning at 6 pm. Chef Erik Hendrickson will be preparing another wonderful dinner. Free-will donations are suggested ($10 for adults and $5 for seniors & children) and reservations are suggested—as it helps us know how many meals to prepare.
Mark your calendar for our next community dinner on Thursday, August 16. This dinner will be a little different—a partial pot luck. We will provide a wide variety of meat balls and we’re asking attendees to bring cold items to share such as salads and desserts. And we’ll be treated to the music and stories of neighborhood resident Pop Wagner. Pop is a guitarist, fiddler, and cowboy poet. Since 1968, Pop has been traveling the world (44 states and 14 foreign countries) sharing his music, tall tales and dry wit with friends and fans near and far.
Matching Donations in July
Donations made to Hamline Midway Elders during July will be matched dollar for dollar up to $1,000 by your neighborhood realtors The Odd Couple Team with Keller Williams Integrity Realty. Shane Montoya & The Odd Couple Team generously matched donations last March and have agreed to a similar match this July.
While we appreciate donations to our program at any time, contributing to Hamline Midway Elders in July will help us even more.
Hamline Midway Elders
Helping seniors live well at home since 2001.
Address: 1514 Englewood Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55104
Phone: (651) 209-6542
We are a part of a network of 34 Living at Home/Block Nurse Programs throughout the State of Minnesota. For information on other programs, please contact the Living at Home Network at:
Hamline Midway Elders is supported, in part, by a Live Well at Home grant from the Minnesota Department of Human Services.