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Engaging, Enriching and Connecting People


Community Thread’s vision is a community where all people are engaged, enriched and connected. We leverage resources and volunteers to improve the quality of life for adults and their families in our local community. We do this by providing services aimed at older adults, particularly those who desire to age in place, as well as advocating for and supporting volunteers throughout the St. Croix Valley region. Our name symbolizes our belief that each act of service is a thread that ties people, communities and lives together.



Click here to donate to our Adopt a Pothole campaign - we need your help to make our facility safe and welcoming for our participants!


 

NEWS AND UPCOMING EVENTS

Join our Team

Community Thread is seeking an Administrative Assistant to join our team! Have a knack for data entry, answering phones, and creating a welcoming environment? Learn more.

Connect the Dots: A Community Thread Service Initiative

Are you looking for a volunteer project for your family, group, or business? Consider one of seven projects that are easy to put together and ready for you to complete today! Help us reach our goal of 2,000 total kits for local nonprofits by June 30, 2016! Learn more.



Thank you to our 2016 Business Sponsors:


Anastasi Jellum, P.A.
Cates Fine Homes

Cedar Pet Clinic Lake Elmo

Cornerstone Land Surveying

Eckberg Lammers, P.C.

First State Bank and Trust

Lake Elmo Inn

Leo's Grill and Malt Shop

Midwest One

Jerry’s Auto Body

Valley Bookseller

Valley Orthodontics

 

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Transportation Program
Do you need a ride to a medical appointment? Community Thread may be able to help. Our Transportation Program offers door-to-door transportation services for seniors who live in the Stillwater Area School District and are unable to drive themselves to medical appointments. Riders need to complete an application and must be able to walk without assistance. A modest fare is charged for services. Learn more.



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