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The Big Red Bird Blog, named in honor of our giant 6′ avian mascot, is a great place to view photos and read about events put on or attended by the Cardinal family and clients. Read a few (or read them all!) and see if you can count the smiles!

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Dennis Retires!

Dennis retired from the Fillmore County DAC recently after 33 years of working.  He still attends on Thursdays for Bingo and to see his friends.  He spends most of his days going to the sales barn and watching his cowboy shows.  Enjoy the retirement life, Denny!

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Fall Ball

One Saturday last October, the Twin Poplars house was all a buzz and the words of the day was FALL BALL! Teri was excited when she got up until the time she went to bed. Teri got up and did her usual routine but we added getting the bike done in the morning.  She was…

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Good Neighbor Award

In 2019, The Good Neighbor Award was presented to our very own Sue Foster- by one of the Cardinal of Minnesota clients, Rodney. “Sue wears many “hats” at Cardinal of Minnesota but the most special hat that she wears is that of a “friend”. Sue has taken a special interest in Rodney and sharing his…

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Wellness

Hey guys! The clients at Valley Crest have been staying VERY active!!  Some of the of things they are enjoying include some physical activities such as bowling, picking up sticks, mowing, biking, going on walks and playing ball.  We like to keep active here and the guys enjoy it so much!  

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When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure

We said our last “see you later” to our beloved William “Billy” Whiteley at his celebration of life at the Sobieski Park Lodge. William lived in our Goodview residence in Winona and truly made the house a home with his genuine love, care, humor and grace. He is truly missed by all who were blessed…

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