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Published by the Jordan Independent


Experience

Growing

BIGGER

Jordan Come and visit Jordan’s shops for antiques, gifts, local art, framing, specialty meats, fine dining and overnight luxury stays. Walk to the Sand Creek waterfalls and serene Mill Pond in Lagoon Park. Just outside of town, you will find apple orchards, draft horse farms, riding stables, state park trails, campgrounds & a vineyard. With small-town appeal, Historic Jordan is a great place to spend the day or perhaps to come and stay.

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CONTENTS C ONTENTS

June Jordan Summer Celebration Jordan Art Festival Jordan Valley Bike Tour Jaycees—Pork in the Park

July Scott County Fair

August Scott Carver Threshers Old Time Harvest Festival Bean Bag Tournament

September Car Cruise & Street Dance Heimatfest

October Jordan ECFE Craft Show Jordan Business Trick or Treat

Advertisers...............................................................................................................6 Arts & Entertainment...........................................................................................39 CAP Agency .........................................................................................................28 Clubs & Organizations .........................................................................................37 Education ..............................................................................................................21 Elections................................................................................................................16 Emergencies ............................................................................................................5 Health & Wellness ................................................................................................34 Help & Support Services ......................................................................................32 Introduction ............................................................................................................4 Jordan, City of .........................................................................................................5 Libraries ................................................................................................................13 Licenses & Permits/Documents ...........................................................................19 Map of Jordan .......................................................................................................20 Media ....................................................................................................................18 Metropolitan Council ...........................................................................................15 Minnesota, State of ...............................................................................................16 Parks & Recreation ...............................................................................................24 Postal Service ........................................................................................................18 Preschool & Child Care ........................................................................................24 Senior Citizens ......................................................................................................27 Scott County ...........................................................................................................8 Scott County Human Services ..............................................................................31 Transportation .......................................................................................................19 United States .........................................................................................................18 Utilities ..................................................................................................................14 Waste Disposal ......................................................................................................14 Watersheds ............................................................................................................16 Worship .................................................................................................................39

Jordan Resident’s Guide 2011-2012

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Publisher: Laurie Hartmann

Ladies Night Out

SERVICE FRESH PRODUCE

FLORAL DEPARTMENT

FRESH MEAT

NATURAL FOOD & ORGANICS

FRESH BAKERY FRESH DELI

SERVICES • Lottery • ATM • Money Transfer Service

• Thermax Rental • Propane exchange

• Phone Cards

• Postage Stamps

• Money Orders

• Balloons

• Kodak Kiosk • We bag your groceries & put them in your car

Cover Design: Jennifer Baker

See individual sites or chamber site for dates and details

• Double vendor coupons up to 50¢ everyday

• Fax & Copies • Dry Cleaning Service

58 Years of Great Service

Editorial Content: Angelo Gentile, Mathias Baden, Tara Wolford Editorial Design: Jennifer Baker Advertising: Nancy Etzel

For tourist information call the… Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce

City of Jordan

952-492-2355

952-492-2535

www.JordanChamber.org

www.Jordan.GovOffice.com

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Photography: Mathias Baden, David Schueller, Southwest Newspapers Ad Design: Jennifer Baker, Mike Flake, Renee Fette, Debra McEachern, Brian Sorenson, Tara Wolford Special thanks to the City of Jordan, Jordan Chamber of Commerce, CAP Agency, Scott County and School District 717 for their contributions. Every effort has been made to provide an accurate directory, but if errors have occurred please contact us with corrections. Published by the Jordan Independent, 109 Rice Street, Jordan, MN 55352 Copyright 2011. Printed in the U.S.A. For additional information or to submit corrections, call at 952-445-3333 or send an e-mail to agentile@swpub.com.

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Le Sueur

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Emergencies ........................911

INTRODUCTION

Use 911 in life-threatening emergencies – police, fire and medical.

Alternate Emergency .......................................... 952-445-1411

Jordan to the

Jordan Police Department .........................................................................952-492-2009

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elcome to the 2011-2012 Jordan Resident’s Guide. This year marks the 20th anniversary of publishing these guides for the communities served by Southwest Newspapers. This Jordan Independent publication is a comprehensive directory of information and resources used by Jordan businesses and residents, especially those who are new to this area.

The Resident’s Guide is a compilation of valuable information — a single source for lists of services, names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses. Keep it handy; use it often. Our apologies in advance for omissions or for changes that occur after publication. The challenge in publishing this Resident’s Guide is not only collecting accurate and important information,

but keeping that information current in one of the Twin Cities’ fastest-growing areas. The Resident’s Guide is also available on the Web at www.jordannews.com. If you would like additional copies of this publication, call our Circulation Department at 952-345-6682. For information or to submit corrections, call 952-445-3333 or send an e-mail to agentile@swpub.com. AN

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Look for fun facts from 1991 and 1992, the first year we published Resident’s Guides.

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We’ve Moved!

Visit us at our new location in the Glowing Hearth & Home building Rivers Edge Fire Pit Table

Now Available:

Jag Jeans • Tru Luxe Jeans • Boutique Style Clothing • Kameleon Jewelry Great Selection of Purses • Jewelry Home Decor • Framed Art Garden Art • Light Garden & Red 40 Fireplace 800CL Fireplace Floral Design • Bean Pod Candles Children’s & Baby • Inspirational You won’t find a larger selection of brand name fireplaces

IRIS

6 points per $10 Jordan: 100 Eldorado Drive • 952-492-9276 Burnsville: 3850 Highway 13W • 952-808-0754

FFounded with the customer in mind!

Mankato: 241 St. Andrews Drive • 507-345-8084

100 Eldorado Drive, Jordan

952-492-9276

www.glowhearth.com

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Hospitals Queen of Peace Hospital, New Prague .....................................................952-758-4431 Ridgeview Medical Center, Waconia ........................................................952-442-2191 St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Shakopee .......................................952-428-3000

Other Crisis Connection .....................................................................................612-379-6363 Mental Health Crisis Program..................................................................952-442-7601 Emergency Services for Children/Vulnerable Adults Weekdays...............................................................................................952-445-7751 Nights and Weekends ...........................................................................651-291-4680 Greater Minneapolis Crisis Nursery .........................................................763-591-0400 MN Poison Control System.................................................................. 1-800-222-1222 Scott County Human Services ..................................................................952-445-7751 Carver-Scott Sexual Violence Center .......................................................952-448-5425 Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women ...............................................................................…952-873-4214 Two Twelve Medical Center .....................................................................952-361-2447 United Way 211 ........................................................................................651-291-0211 Pet Poison HELPLINE™ .................................................................... 1-866-823-1588

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City of Jordan (water & sewer) Weekdays...............................................................................................952-492-2535 Nights and Weekends ...........................................................................952-492-2009 CenterPoint Energy (gas leak)......................................................................... 612-372-5050 TTY .......................................................................................................612-342-5471 Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative (outage).......................................952-492-8255 Frontier Communications .........................................................................952-435-1504 Xcel Energy (power outage) .................................................................. 1-800-895-1999

Jordan: Preserving the past, preparing for the future

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n 1854, a man settled on a piece of land and built a log house in what was then called Sand Creek, but shortly thereafter became “Jordan.” Jordan’s first structures were crude log cabins. These later gave way to modest, but sturdier structures. Often they were made of brick from a local quarry. Today, Jordan's downtown area has become an antique shoppers’ paradise, with dealers selling their wares from a variety of buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Adding to the nostalgia are the Jordan Brewery and the Feedmill Restaurant. An oldtime feed mill in former years, the Feedmill Restaurant still boasts the original wood floors and an awesome view of Sand Creek, which winds its way along the rear of the restaurant and downtown area. Across the street is the famous Pekarna’s Meat Market. Jordan residents are proud of beautiful Lagoon Park. Complete with a year-round running waterfall, the park is located on the edge of the spring-fed Mill Pond. In recent years, the city has made many improvements to the park, including wrought iron railings, paved walking and bicycle paths, fishing rocks and pier, a fountain and a beach. The beauty, safety and peaceful atmosphere of this area have made it a favorite recreational spot for Jordan residents. As growth occurs, the people and the Jordan City Council strive to keep the community's small-town flavor. Jordan honors its history during the annual Heimatfest and also welcomes its future with newer community events, such as the Jordan Art Festival. These unique celebrations help connect the old and new in Jordan — it's a great place to visit and an even better place to call home.

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Open Mon-Wed 10-6, Thurs 10-8, Fri-Sat 10-5 Join us on Facebook

110 Eldorado Drive, Jordan 952-492-3360 www.irisvalley.net

Population

1960 .............................................................................................1,479 1970 .............................................................................................1,836 1980 .............................................................................................2,660 1990 .............................................................................................2,909 2000 .............................................................................................3,833 2009 ..................................................................................... 5,470 est. Sources: U.S. Census & City of Jordan

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Promoting Wellness & Enhancing Lives We Offer: • Independent and assisted living • Rehabilitative outpatient therapies • Transitional care services • Long-term skilled nursing care • Respite care • Memory care, including a Special Care Residence • Intermediate care for individuals with developmental disabilities • Full-time campus chaplain and accessible chapel

The Lutheran Home Campus BELLE PLAINE, MINNESOTA Where the Care of the Soul is the Soul of Care

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Council Members

City of Jordan

Mayor

Jeremy Goebel 623 Lodge Dr. ..........................................................................................952-492-6852 E-mail .......................................................................................... jrgoebel@gmail.com Joe Thill 312 E. 2nd St. ..........................................................................................952-492-3921 E-mail ........................................................................................... jthill0000@aol.com Thom Boncher 113 Marlane Circle ...................................................................................952-492-7843 E-mail .................................................................................. boncher@frontiernet.net Sally Schultz 400 Water St. ...........................................................................................952-492-6280 E-mail ................................................................................. csschultz84@comcast.net Mike Shaw 218 Rustle Rd. . .........................................................................................952-492-6578 E-mail ............................................................................................... bms218@aol.com Tanya Velishek 845 Hickory Place .....................................................................................952-492-3675 E-mail ................................................................................... tlvelishek@hotmail.com

Pete Ewals 108 Hillside Dr..........................................................................................952-492-3435 E-mail ............................................................................ mayorewals@frontiernet.net

The mayor and council members serve as the Jordan City Council. Terms are four years. Jordan City Council elections are held concurrently with the state and federal general elections.

Jordan Government Center 210 E. First St., Jordan 55352...................................................................952-492-2535 Fax .............................................................................................................952-492-3861 Web site..................................................................................www.jordan.govoffice.com

Frequently Called Numbers Police and Fire Emergency .............................................................................. 911 Police (general information) ......................................................................952-492-2009 Fire (general information) .........................................................................952-492-2535 Water and sewer billing .............................................................................952-492-2535 Scott County Sheriff .................................................................................952-496-8300 Deputy Registrar .......................................................................................952-492-6330 Civil Defense.............................................................................................952-445-6666

Jordan City Council

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APPLIANCES Appliance Sales & Service ................. 30 Appliance Smart ............................... 11 AUTOMOTIVE Capital Tire ...................................... 29 Pearson’s Prior Lake Auto Collision ..... 37 Quatmann Auto Service ..................... 14 BANKING/FINANCIAL/MORTGAGE HomeTown Bank ............................... 27 Riverland Bank ................................. 23 South Metro Federal Credit Union ...... 25 State Bank of Belle Plaine ................. 21 Valley Bank ...................................... 16 CAMP GROUNDS Dakotah Meadows RV Park ................ 13 CHILD CARE Praise the Children ........................... 24 CHURCHES ..................................... 26 ENTERTAINMENT Canterbury Park ................................ 15 Maureen Carlson’s Center for Creative Arts .............................. 35 Playworks ........................................ 13 GOLF COURSES Meadows at Mystic Golf..................... 13 GOVERNMENT City of Jordan ..................................... 2 GROCERY Perkarna Meat Market ....................... 17 Radermacher's Fresh Market ................ 3 Mazopiya ......................................... 13

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HEALTH CARE Chiropractic Specialists ..................... 34 Eckart Dental ................................... 34 Jordan Dental Care, P.A. .................... 33 Lutheran Home Belle Plaine ................ 5 Queen of Peace Hospital ................... 12 St. Francis Regional Medical Center ............................... 9 St. Gertrude’s Health & Rehabilitation Center .................... 22 Total Health Advantage...................... 21 HOME IMPROVEMENT Glowing Hearth .................................. 4 Hirshfield’s....................................... 36 The Mandinec Group Landscaping...... 32 Metro Air, Heating, Cooling & Ventilation ................................ 10 Rivers Edge Concrete ........................ 32 Siwek Lumber & Millwork, Inc. .......... 35 INSURANCE Farm Bureau .................................... 22 Insurance Brokers of Minnesota ......... 40

• guitar • trombone • saxophone • banjo

dance • spring floors reduce stress & fatigue • highly trained professional teachers • parents watch via closed-circuit TV • conservative costumes with free tights & alterations Summer Care Field Trips

we offer: • gymnastics • hip hop • ballet

• preschool dance • musical theater • dance line

• tap • jazz • lyrical jazz

preschool Private and Group Music Lessons

• kindergarten readiness curriculum • busing provided • daily classes in music, art & dance • licensed to provide excellent service with quality staff

SCHOOLS Bauer Fine Arts Academy .................... 7 Prior Lake Savage Schools ................. 37 St. John’s Lutheran Church & School ...................................... 16

INVESTMENTS Farm Bureau .................................... 22

SENIOR LIVING Lutheran Home Belle Plaine ................ 5 Auburn Homes ................................. 31 Schule Haus .................................... 17

LAWN & GARDEN The Mandinec Group Landscaping...... 32

SPORTS & FITNESS/RECREATION Dakotah! Sports & Fitness ................. 13

LIQUOR STORES Clancy’s ........................................... 28 Jordan Wine & Spirits........................ 31 Talk of the Town Liquors .................... 33

WATER CONDITIONING Haferman Water Conditioning ............ 36

REAL ESTATE Edina Realty Perkins ......................... 19 RES Realty ..................................... 19

• voice • trumpet • bassoon • clarinet

Build Friendships at Preschool

RESTAURANTS Clancy’s ........................................... 28 Jordan Feedmill Restaurant ............... 28 RETAIL/SERVICES Appliance Sales & Service ................. 30 Appliance Smart ............................... 11 Broadway Market .............................. 18 Shakopee Dakotah Convenience Store .......................... 13 Genesis ........................................... 39 Hirshfield’s....................................... 36 Iris Valley Boutique & Gifts .................. 4 Prairie Farm Supply .......................... 38 Perkarna Meat Market ....................... 17 Siwek Lumber & Millwork, Inc ........... 35

• university-trained instructors • optional, informal recitals • office staff available during lessons • private or group lessons in our large music classroom we offer: • piano • drums • tuba • flute

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music

after school 200 S Broadway Street • Jordan

952.492.5131

• busing provided from Jordan & Belle Plaine schools • homework & tutoring help • daily classes in music, art & dance • licensed facility • summer & school release day care

www.bauerdance.com licensed facility for fine arts programs

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Excellent Health Care that is

Meetings

Closer Than You Think!

Jordan City Council Council chambers, 210 E. First St. ...................................................................6:30 p.m. Meetings are on the first and third Monday of the month.

• Chanhassen • Chaska • Jordan • Prior Lake

• Savage • Shakopee • Bloomington • Eden Prairie

• Belle Plaine • Carver • Cologne • Victoria

Jordan Planning Commission Council chambers..............................................................................................6:30 p.m. Meetings are on the second Tuesday of the month.

When you need medical

Jordan Economic Development Authority Council chambers...................................................................................................7 p.m. Meetings are on the third Tuesday of the month.

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Tom Johnson of Jordan and Ron Fuller of Chaska engage in cheerful discussion during the 10th annual Jordan Classic Car and Cycle Cruise.

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Steve Kochlin, Fire Chief..........................................................................952-492-2535 Jordan has a 35-member volunteer fire department. The city has a “five” insurance rating.

Ordinances Winter Parking

A total watering ban will be in effect every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and the restrictions are odd/even. Violators will be cited. There is an exemption for newly seeded or sodded lawns.

Elected Officials Joseph Wagner, District 1 18020 Xanadu Ave., Jordan, MN 55352 .................................................612-270-2660 E-mail ......................................................................................jwagner@co.scott.mn.us

Building Permits

Tom Wolf, District 2 5045 Edgewater Court, Savage ..............................................................952-440-6805 E-mail .......................................................................................... twolf@co.scott.mn.us Dave Menden, District 3 904 Clay St., Shakopee, MN 55379 .......................................................952-445-1013 E-mail ................................................................................... dmenden@co.scott.mn.us

A building permit is required when any building is erected, altered, demolished or moved and for most new construction, including decks. Call 952-492-2535 for information.

Barbara Marschall, District 4 6701 Rustic Rd., Prior Lake, MN 55372 ................................................952-447-5748 E-mail .................................................................................bmarschall@co.scott.mn.us

Dog Licenses

Jon Ulrich, District 5 14043 Walters Way, Savage, MN 55378 ................................................ 952-447-6278 E-mail ........................................................................................julrich@co.scott.mn.us

Jordan Government Center.......................................................................952-492-2535 Dogs over four months of age must be licensed in Jordan. The cost of a license is $10 and a proof of rabies vaccination is necessary. Licensed dogs are to wear the license tag number on their collars. Any dog found in the city without a license and running at large can be impounded. For more information, check with city hall. A household that has more than two licensed dogs on the premises must apply for a $50 kennel license. To determine if your lost dog has been impounded, call Critter Getters at 952-873-6611.

Community Celebrations Jordan Art Festival & Bike Tour This unique art fair is Jordan’s newest celebration, showcasing local and regional artisans and their fine arts. The Jordan Jaycees also offer "Pork in the Park" — with pork sandwiches, entertainment and more — during this event.

Jordan Heimatfest Jordan honors its German heritage with the annual Heimatfest celebration, held each September at Lagoon Park. The event features a parade, entertainment, fireworks and more.

Scott County Fair Visit the Scott County Fair each summer, located just south of Jordan. These “five best days of summer” offer something for everyone.

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Clinic Services Our talented group of physicians and health care providers specialize in a full spectrum of health care.

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Park Nicollet Clinic, Prior Lake ...................... 952-993-7750 Valley Family Practice, Chaska.......................952-448-3303 St. Francis Athletic Performance & Rehab Center, Chaska....................................952-428-2750 (in the Chaska Community Center) Fairview Jonathan Clinic, Chaska ................. 952-448-3500 Savage Medical Building

only 12 minutes from the 494/169 interchange.

Excellent Healthcare in Your Community.

New clinic building in Savage on Southwest corner of 43 and 27

St. Francis Diagnostic Imaging .................. 952-428-2151 Specialty Clinic .............................................. 952-428-2870 Rehab & Sports Medicine........................... 952-428-1550 Capable Kids .................................................. 952-428-1565 Quello Clinic ................................................. 952-428-0200 Twin Cities Orthopedics .............................952-456-7444

St. Francis Urgent Care – Shakopee 24 Hour Emergency Care Located at St. Francis Regional Medical Center Monday-Friday, 6 PM-10 PM; Saturdays & Sundays, 1 PM-10 PM

Call 952-428-2111

Other Elected Officials Kevin Studnicka, County Sheriff Scott County ........................................................................................... 952-496-8300 E-mail .................................................................................kstudnicka@co.scott.mn.us Pat Ciliberto, County Attorney Scott County ........................................................................................... 952-496-8240 E-mail ...................................................................................pciliberto@co.scott.mn.us Commissioners and other elected officials are elected to four-year terms (commissioners’ terms are staggered).

Frequently Called Numbers Emergency Number Medical/Police/Fire ...................................................................................... 911 Directions to the Government Center ................................................... 952-496-8777 Job Hotline .............................................................................................. 952-496-8598 Switchboard ..............................................................................................952-445-7750

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Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee, MN 55379-1220 Information ..............................................................................................952-445-7750 TTY/TDD (Hearing/speech impaired) .................................................952-496-8170 Web site ......................................................................................... www.co.scott.mn.us

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952-428-2000 www.stfrancis-shakopee.com 215751

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SOME LIKE IT HOT ► Residential ► Certified Technicians ► FREE In Home Estimates ► Indoor Air Quality Specialists ► Financing Available ► Puron Refrigerant Specialist ► Service All Brands ► Installation and Replacement ► Geothermal Systems ► Competitive Pricing

Administration Gary L. Shelton, Administrator ............................................................. 952-496-8100 E-mail .....................................................................................gshelton@co.scott.mn.us Lezlie Vermillion, Deputy Administrator ............................................. 952-496-8346 E-mail .................................................................................lvermillion@co.scott.mn.us Lisa Kohner, Public Affairs Coordinator ............................................... 952-496-8780 E-mail ...................................................................................... lkohner@co.scott.mn.us Tracy Cervenka, Deputy Clerk of the County Board........................... 952-496-8164 E-mail ...................................................................................tcervenka@co.scott.mn.us (Handles committee appointments, vacancies; county board agenda)

Animals Animal Control ....................................................................................... 952-894-9065

Community Development Division Building Inspections ............................................................................... 952-496-8475 Environmental Health ............................................................................ 952-496-8787 Planning/Zoning .................................................................................... 952-496-8475

Community Services Division (See Human Services) County Attorney Criminal Division ................................................................................... 952-496-8240 Juvenile Division ......................................................................................952-496-8418 Civil Division .......................................................................................... 952-496-8241 Victim/Witness....................................................................................... 952-496-8244

Courts Court Administration ............................................................................. 952-496-8200 (District/County Court) Community Corrections ......................................................................... 952-496-8260 Jury Line .................................................................................................. 952-496-8201

Customer Service ............................................................................. 952-496-8150

www.metroairmn.com

Since 1982

Boat/Snowmobile/ATV .....................................................................Driver’s Licenses Hunting/Fishing Licenses ................................................................... Liquor Licenses Passports/Photos ....................................................................................Motor Vehicles Cross Country Ski Permits .............................................................Birth Certificates Death Certificates ............................................................................ Marriage Licenses Charitable Gambling ......................................................................................................

Elections ...............................................................................................952-496-8161

SOME LIKE IT COLD 16980 Welcome Ave SE Prior Lake

952-447-8124

Voter Registration ................................................................................... 952-496-8560 TTY/TDD (Hearing/Speech Impaired)................................................952-496-8170

Employment/Employee Relations Employee Relations (Personnel) ............................................................. 952-496-8103 JOB HOTLINE ..................................................................................... 952-496-8598 Re-employment (Unemployment) ....................................................... 952-445-7087 Workforce Development Center............................................................. 952-496-8686

Extension Service U of M Extension–Scott Co. ...................................................................952-492-5410

Human Services Child and Adult Protection .....................................................................952-445-7751 Child Support .......................................................................................... 952-496-8183 Daycare Licensing ....................................................................................952-445-7751 Employment & Training ........................................................................ 952-496-8686 Financial Assistance .................................................................................952-445-7751 Foster Care Licensing ............................................................................. 952-496-8505 Mental Health Center..............................................................................952-445-7751 New Options ........................................................................................... 952-403-7979 Public Health Services ............................................................................ 952-496-8584 Volunteer Program ...................................................................................952-496-8169 Veterans’ Services .....................................................................................952-496-8176 Welfare Fraud Hotline ................................................ 651-297-4147 or 800-627-9977 Workforce Development Center............................................................. 952-496-8686

Mosquito Control Metropolitan Mosquito Control..............................................................651-645-9149

Natural Resources/Parks Information (Three Rivers Park District) ...............................................763-559-6700 Parks Planning ........................................................................................ 952-496-8783 Soil & Water Conservation .....................................................................952-492-5425 Watershed Management ......................................................................... 952-496-8054

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Continued from page 10 Public Health Environmental Health ............................................................................ 952-496-8787 Public Health Services ............................................................................ 952-496-8584

Public Works Division County Engineer, Highway, Surveyor ................................................... 952-496-8346

Services Division Accounts Payable..................................................................................... 952-496-8189 Billing/Collections.................................................................................. 952-496-8464 Customer Service .................................................................................... 952-496-8150 Facilities Management ............................................................................ 952-496-8439 Information Technology ......................................................................... 952-496-8308

Property Tax Appraisal.................................................................................................. 952-496-8115 Estimates...........................................................................................................952-496-8150 Payments.................................................................................................. 952-496-8150

Real Estate Listing Info ........................................................................................................ 952-496-8150 Recorder....................................................................................................952-496-8143 Abstract Property .................................................................................... 952-496-8150

Soil and Water Conservation Scott County office ..................................................................................952-492-5425 7901 W. 190th St., Jordan

Sheriff Administration ........................................................................................ 952-496-8300 Civil Process Bureau ............................................................................... 952-496-8320 Communications ......................................................................................952-496-8311 Detectives ................................................................................................ 952-496-8132 Emergency Management .........................................................................952-496-8181 Jail Administration.................................................................................. 952-496-8327 Jail Systems ...............................................................................................952-496-8314 Juvenile Alternative Facility.................................................................... 952-496-8950 Patrol........................................................................................................ 952-496-8303 Records .................................................................................................... 952-496-8309 Regional Training Facility ...................................................................... 952-496-8948 Warrants .................................................................................................. 952-496-8315

Veterans’ Services Veterans’ Service Office ...........................................................................952-496-8176

Libraries

Quality Care, Close to Home Mayo Clinic Health System is a family of clinics, hospitals and health care facilities serving 70 communities in Minnesota, Iowa and Wisconsin. Mayo Clinic Health System links the expertise of Mayo Clinic with health care providers in local communities. By working together and sharing knowledge, your local health care team is always connected to thousands of the world’s leading medical experts. So no matter what medical condition you and your family may face, you’ll receive quality care, close to home.

Jordan Branch Library Clinics Belle Plaine 700 W. Prairie Street Le Sueur 625 S. Fourth Street Montgomery 501 Fourth Street N.W. New Prague 301 E. Main Street

Express Care (located inside Coborn’s Grocery Stores)

To schedule a clinic appointment please call: Belle Plaine, Montgomery and New Prague – 952-758-9355 Le Sueur – 877-412-7575 (toll free)

Belle Plaine 1010 E. Enterprise Drive 952-873-2070 New Prague 200 Alton Avenue S.E. 952-758-7228

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New Prague 301 Second Street N.E. 952-758-4431 or 800-584-6667

230 S. Broadway ...................................................................................... 952-492-2500 Library Book Renewal Line ................................................................... 952-890-9184 Web site .........................................................................................www.scott.lib.mn.us The Jordan Branch Library is part of the Scott County Library System, which allows library card-holders access to libraries in seven communities. The other six are: Belle Plaine, 125 W. Main ......................................................................952-873-6767 Elko New Market, 50 Church St. ...........................................................952-461-3460 New Prague, 400 Main St. E. ................................................................. 952-758-2391 Prior Lake, 16210 Eagle Creek Ave. .......................................................952-447-3375 Savage, 13090 Alabama ........................................................................... 952-707-1770 Shakopee, 235 S. Lewis St.......................................................................952-233-9590 In addition, the county-wide system is part of the greater metropolitan system — Metropolitan Library Service Agency (MELSA) — which allows library cardholders access to nearby Hennepin, Carver, and other metropolitan county libraries, as well as Minneapolis and St. Paul Public Libraries. A Scott County library card may be used at most public libraries in the state of Minnesota.

Administration Scott County Library Administration 13090 Alabama Ave., Savage................................................................... 952-707-1760 Vanessa Birdsey, Library Director E-mail ..................................................................................... vbirdsey@co.scott.mn.us Web site .........................................................................................www.scott.lib.mn.us

Reference Libraries Scott County Law Library Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee .............................................................. 952-496-8713 Scott County Historical Society/Stans Museum 235 S. Fuller St., Shakopee ..................................................................... 952-445-0378

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Curbside Pickup Elite Waste Disposal................................................................................952-445-4301 A reminder that recycling is mandatory in Scott County.

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Utilities Before You Dig Gopher State One Call ............................................................................651-454-0002 Web site............................................................................... www.gopherstateonecall.org

Cable Comcast ................................................................................................ 1-800-266-2278

Electricity Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative Billing & New Service ..............................................................................952-492-2313 Power outage .............................................................................................952-492-8255 Web site.....................................................................................................www.mvec.net Xcel Energy .......................................................................................... 1-800-895-4999 Electric outage....................................................................................... 1-800-895-1999 Web site.......................................................................................... www.xcelenergy.com

Natural Gas CenterPoint Energy General .................................................................................................. 1-800-245-2377 Billing/new service ....................................................................................612-372-4727 Repair service ............................................................................................612-372-4727 Suspected gas leak .....................................................................................612-372-5050 Web site..............................................................................www..centerpointenergy.com

Water & Sewer Jordan Public Works ................................................................................952-492-2535

Telephone Frontier Communications ................................................................... 1-866-901-7386

Compost Sites Information – Scott Co. Environ. Health...............................................952-496-8475 Leaves and grass clippings cannot be thrown into the garbage, they must be handled separately. Privately operated compost sites, which charge for their services, include: Specialized Environmental Tech 14800 Johnson Memorial Hwy., Shakopee ...............................................952-445-2139

Household Arc Greater Twin Cities (used clothing, household items) Arc Used Goods Pickup Service....................................................www.bluetrucks.org Arc's Value Village Thrift Sotres & Donation Centers ......www.arcsvaluevillage.org

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Scott County Environmental Health Dept. ..........................................952-496-8475 24-hour Information Line......................................................................952-496-8787 HHW Information ................................................................................952-496-8652 Web site....................................................................................www.co.scott.mn.us/hhw Almost every home contains some household hazardous waste (HHW), hazardous products or chemicals that can harm human health or the environment if handled improperly. These are products normally used in cleaning, home improvement projects, automobile maintenance, lawn and garden care, hobbies, and a variety of other tasks. They might include paint, varnish, pesticides, household cleaning chemicals, solvents, fuels, wood stain or preservatives, rechargeable batteries, aerosol cans, fluorescent lamps (including tubes and CFLs), mercury thermostats or thermometers, automotive chemicals or batteries, appliances, electronics, tires, as well as any other household products that are flammable, corrosive, reactive or poisonous. Each year, thousands of Americans are injured or poisoned through

incidents involving hazardous household products. Minimizing the amount of hazardous chemicals stored in your home is always a good idea for the sake of your family’s safety. The Scott County HHW Facility will accept a variety of hazardous materials from Scott County residents. Many of these items are accepted at no charge — visit www. co.scott.mn.us/HHW for details. Please bring a check or cash for those chargeable items, since credit cards are not currently accepted. The facility is located at 588 Country Trail East (Highway 282) in Spring Lake Township, one-half mile west of the intersection of Highways 13 and 282, and County Road 17. The HHW Facility is open at the following times: Wednesday: noon to 6 p.m. Thursday: noon to 4 p.m. Saturday: 8 a.m. to noon (Note: The RE-USE Room closes 15 minutes earlier) The HHW Facility will be CLOSED for major holiday weekends, including Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day, and Thanksgiving, as well as the period of Dec. 20 through Jan. 5. The RE-USE Room is fi lled with a variety of good usable products, including paint, stain, varnish, thinner, putty, adhesives, household chemicals, yard and garden chemicals, automotive chemicals, electronics, etc., and all of these items are available for FREE (to anyone over the age of 18)! A trip to the RE-USE Room as you plan your next home improvement or craft project could certainly save you some money! Reduce the amount of HHW your family produces by practicing “Smart Shopping.â€? Measure carefully, buy only what you need, and then use what you buy. Store any leftovers carefully, and protect from freezing, so that they will remain usable. Please note: The HHW Facility can not accept automotive chemicals in containers larger than 2½ gallons in size (fluids such as gas, oil, or antifreeze). Other unacceptable items include: household garbage, unknown materials, business waste (call for an appointment), radioactive items or sharps (needles). Regular alkaline batteries can be thrown in your household trash. AN

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Metropolitan Council 190 N. Robert St., St. Paul, MN 55101 ....................................................651-602-1000 Regional Data Center (Info., reports) ...................................................... 651-602-1140 Web site........................................................................................www.metrocouncil.org E-mail .............................................................................. data.center@metc.state.mn.us Susan Haigh, Council Chairman ..............................................................651-602-1390 E-mail ............................................................................. susan.haigh@metc.state.mn.us The Metropolitan Council is the regional planning organization for the seven-county Twin Cities area. The council advocates for vital communities and a competitive region. It runs the regional bus system, collects and treats wastewater and manages water resources preservation, plans regional parks and administers funds that provide housing opportunities for low- and moderate-income individuals and families. The council serves the metropolitan counties of Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott and Washington. The region encompasses 189 cities and townships and a population of 2.85 million. It is divided into 16 districts. The governor appoints a representative for each, as well as the council chairperson. The council’s Web site provides information about the region and regional services. The Data Center has current data on aviation, demographics, the economy, housing, land use, parks and open space, transportation, and water quality and supply. Forecasts of population, employment and households are available, as are city and township data, regional plans, and water resources, and transportation information. Visit www.metrocouncil.org or contact the data center via e-mail at data.center@metc.state.mn.us.

District 4 Gary Van Eyll ..........................................................................................952-448-4300 E-mail ........................................................................craig.peterson@metc.state.mn.us The district covers Scott and Carver counties, as well as St. Bonifacius and Minnetrista in Hennepin County.

Metropolitan Commissions Metropolitan Airports Commission .........................................................612-726-8100 Metropolitan Sports Facilities Commission .............................................612-332-0386 Mosquito Control District ........................................................................651-645-9149

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Watersheds Watershed management organizations and watershed districts in the Twin Cities metropolitan area participate in water planning and implementation.

Scott Watershed Management Organization Paul Nelson, administrator ..................................................................... 952-496-8054 E-mail ...................................................................................... pnelson@co.scott.mn.us Web site ..........................................................................................www.co.scott.mn.us Watershed Planning Commission meets the fourth Monday at 4 p.m. at the Scott County Government Center.

Lower Minnesota River Watershed District Terry Schwalbe, administrator ............................................................... 952-856-5880 Fax............................................................................................................ 952-856-6067 E-mail .......................................................................................... terrys@lowermn.com Web site ...............................................................................www.watersheddistrict.org Meetings are the third Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Chaska City Hall, 1 City Hall Plaza, Chaska.

Prior Lake-Spring Lake Watershed District General................................................................................952-447-4166 Michael J. Kinney, administrator ............................................................952-378-2164 Fax.............................................................................................................952-447-4167 E-mail .......................................................... mkinney@plslwd.org or info@plslwd.org Web site ................................................................................................ www.plslwd.org The district includes parts of Prior Lake, Savage, Shakopee, and Sand Creek and Spring Lake Townships. Meets the second Tuesday of each month at 3 p.m. in City Council Chamber, Prior Lake City Hall, 4646 Dakota St. S.E., Prior Lake.

Elections Voter Registration Voters must be registered. With the proper identification, they may register on Election Day. Residents may register to vote when renewing driver’s licenses. Precinct locations are subject to change in 2012 because of redistricting. For more information on voter’s registration, eligibility and/or absentee voting, call 952-496-8560 or write Scott County Elections, 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee, MN 55379. You may also call Jordan City Hall at 952-492-2535.

Poll Locations — Primary & General Elections

MN Department of Natural Resources – Conservation Service

Jordan Jordan High School..................................................................................600 Sunset Dr. St. Lawrence Township Town Hall. ................................................................................ 7530 Old Hwy. 169 Sand Creek Township Minnesota Valley Electric Coop................................ 125 Minnesota Valley Electric Dr. Helena Township New Prague Fire Hall ...............................................505 Fifth Ave. N.W., New Prague

7050 East Hwy 101, Shakopee .................................................................952-496-4141

School District Elections School District 717 Jordan – Jordan High School ...................................................................600 Sunset Dr.

Party Contacts Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (DFL) 255 E. Plato Blvd., St. Paul......................................................................651-293-1200 Republican Party of Minnesota (GOP) 525 Park St., St. Paul............................................................................... 651-222-0022 Independence Party (IP) P.O. Box 40495, St. Paul ..........................................................................651-487-9700

Scott Soil & Water Conservation District (SWCD) 7151 190th St. W., #125, Jordan ...............................................................952-492-5425 Web site............................................................................................. www.scottswcd.org

Senate Senate Information.................................................................................651-296-0504 Web site ..............................................................................www.senate.leg.state.mn.us Senator Al DeKruif (R-25) 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Capitol Bldg. G-24 St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-296-1279 E-mail ................................................................................... sen.al.dekruif@senate.mn Senator Claire Robling (R-35) 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Capitol Bldg. 226 St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-296-4123 E-mail ............................................................................. sen.claire.robling@senate.mn

Mark Dayton (D) 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 130 State Capitol St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-201-3400 Fax............................................................................................................. 651-797-1850 Web site .....................................................................................www.mn.gov/governor

Lieutenant Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon (D) 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 130 State Capitol St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-201-3400 Fax............................................................................................................. 651-797-1850 Web site .....................................................................................www.mn.gov/governor

Attorney General

Minnesota

Senator Julianne Ortman, (R-34) 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Capitol Bldg. 120 St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-296-4837 E-mail .........................................................................sen.julianne.ortman@senate.mn

Lori Swanson (D) 1400 Bremer Tower, 445 Minnesota St. St. Paul, MN 55101.............................................................651-296-3353 E-mail ............................................................................. attorney.general@state.mn.us

Agencies

House

Secretary of State

MN Department of Employment and Economic Development

House Information ................................................................................. 651-296-2146 Web site .............................................................................. www.house.leg.state.mn.us

Mark Ritchie (D) 180 State Office Building, 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-296-2803 E-mail .................................................................................secretary.state@state.mn.us

Minnesota WorkForce Center 752 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee........................................................... 952-445-7087 Web site ............................................................................................www.mnworks.org MN Job Service is available to all job seekers and employers. Information concerning fi ling for unemployment insurance can be obtained by calling 651-284-3033 or at www.uimn.org.

MN Extension Education – Scott County 7151 190th St. W., Jordan.........................................................................952-492-5410 E-mail ......................................................................................... mnext-scott@umn.edu

Dawn Ruhland, an experienced Mortgage Lender you can trust. Frandsen Mortgage Services • NMLS ID#769605 • ReÀnance • Purchase • FHA-VA-Conventional

Representative Ernie Leidiger, (R-34A) 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., State Office Bldg. 415 St. Paul, MN 55155..................................................................................651-296-4282 E-mail ...............................................................................rep.ernie.leidiger@house.mn Representative Mark Buesgens (R-35B) 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., State Office Bldg. 381 St. Paul, MN 55155.................................................................................. 651-296-5185 E-mail ............................................................................rep.mark.buesgens@house.mn

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Rebecca Otto (D) 525 Park St., #500, St. Paul, MN 55103 ................................................. 651-296-2551 E-mail ................................................................................... state.auditor@state.mn.us

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Representative Kelby Woodard (R-25B) 100 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., State Office Bldg. 539 St. Paul, MN 55155.................................................................................651-296-7065 E-mail ............................................................................ rep.kelby.woodard@house.mn

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United States

Licenses & Documents

U.S. Congress

Motor Vehicle Plates/Tabs, Boat & Motor Licensing, Title Transfers

Senator Amy Klobuchar (D) 302 Hart Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20510 .....................................................................1-202-224-3244 Fax......................................................................................................... 1-202-228-2186 Web site ...............................................................................www.klobuchar.senate.gov or 1200 Washington Ave. S., #250 Minneapolis, MN 55415.........................................................................612-727-5220 Fax............................................................................................................. 612-727-5223 Senator Al Franken (D) 309 Hart Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20510 ..................................................................... 1-202-224-5641 Web site/e-mail ...................................................................... www.franken.senate.gov or 60 E. Plato Blvd. St. Paul, MN 55107 Minnesota Office ......................................................................................651-221-1016 Representative John Kline (R–2nd District) 2439 Rayburn House Office Bldg. Washington, D.C. 20515 ..................................................................... 1-202-225-2271 Fax......................................................................................................... 1-202-225-2595 Web site/e-mail ........................................................................... www.kline.house.gov or 101 W. Burnsville Pkwy., Suite 201 Burnsville, MN 55337 .............................................................................952-808-1213 Fax.............................................................................................................952-808-1261

U.S. Postal Service

Media Local Newspaper Jordan Independent 109 S. Rice St. ...........................................................................................952-492-2224 Editor: Mathias Baden ..............................................................................952-345-6571 E-mail ................................................................................... editor@jordannews.com Staff Writer: David Schueller ....................................................................952-345-6570 Sports: Todd Abeln ...................................................................................952-345-6587 Web site.........................................................................................www.jordannews.com Publishes each Thursday. Mail delivery. Also publishes Southwest Saturday. Primary coverage area includes the City of Jordan, as well as Helena, St. Lawrence, Spring Lake and Sand Creek townships.

Metro Newspapers Minneapolis Star Tribune – Published daily 425 Portland Ave., Minneapolis................................................................612-673-4000 Circulation/Home Delivery ......................................................................612-673-4343 Web site..........................................................................................www.startribune.com St. Paul Pioneer Press – Published daily 345 Cedar St., St. Paul ..............................................................................651-222-1111 Circulation ............................................................................................ 1-800-678-7737 Web site............................................................................................www.twincities.com

Cable Television

Jordan Post Office 214 2nd St. E. .......................................................................................1-800-275-8777 ZIP Code............................................................................................................... 55352 Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Saturday, 9-11 a.m. ZIP Code information .........................................................................1-800-275-8777 Web site .................................................................................................. www.usps.com

Comcast ................................................................................................ 1-800-266-2278 Web site.............................................................................................. www.comcast.com

Local Radio KCHK Radio 1350 AM/ 95.5 FM 25821 Langford Ave., New Prague ......................................................... 952-758-2571 Web site ....................................................................................................kchkradio.net

Jordan Government Center 210 E. 1st St., Jordan ................................................................................952-492-2535 Scott County Customer Service Govt. Center, 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee...........................................952-496-8150 Web site............................................................................................ www.co.scott.mn.us Prior Lake-Savage License Bureau 14125 Commerce Ave., Prior Lake...........................................................952-447-8817

Driver’s License Renewals & Exams MN Driver’s License Exam Station 418 Pine St., Chaska .................................................................................952-448-3740 For additional information, visit www.mvrenewal.state.mn.us.

Liquor & Tobacco Licenses, Charitable Gambling Permits Jordan Government Center 210 E. 1st St., Jordan ................................................................................952-492-2535 Scott County Customer Service Govt. Center, 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee...........................................952-496-8150 Scott County processes these licenses for the unincorporated areas.

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Hunting/Fishing Licenses Scott County Customer Service Govt. Center, 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee...........................................952-496-8150 Prior Lake-Savage License Bureau 14125 Commerce Ave., Prior Lake...........................................................952-447-8817 Also check bait and convenience stores.

Documents Birth & Death Certificates, Marriage Licenses, Passports Scott County Customer Service Govt. Center, 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee...........................................952-496-8150

Transportation

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Smart Link Transit services include: Dial-A-Ride: 952-496-8341 Reservation-only, shared-ride transit services. All buses are wheelchair-lift equipped and door-to-door assistance is available. The driver will assist riders to the first door of their home or destination. Service hours are 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday. Rides are subject to availability and ride requests are recommended three to fi ve days in advance.

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Local fi xed route services (serving Shakopee and Prior Lake): 952-496-8341 Shakopee Route 496 – The City of Shakopee operates a local circulator year 'round. Prior Lake Route 491 – The City of Prior Lake operates a local circulator during the summer months. BlueXpress (fi xed Route 490 to downtown Minneapolis): 952-496-8800 or www.BlueXpressBus.com Dedicated service from Burnsville Transit Station to Southbridge Park & Ride and Shepherd of the Lake Park & Ride (by reservation only): 952-496-8341 Service operates between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., Monday-Friday.

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ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) transportation service: 952-496-8001 Services for persons who cannot use regular route buses due to disability, who have received certification through the Metro Mobility Service Center, and who are traveling to and from eligible Scott County communities. ADA service days and hours vary between cities. Connections are available to other ADA providers serving Dakota, Hennepin and Ramsey counties.

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Jordan ISD 717 Jordan residents are served by Independent School District 717. The Jordan public schools program is housed in three facilities: pre-K-4, grades 5-8 and grades 9-12. The elementary school has 655 students and a pre-school program of another 30 students. The 5-8 middle school has 541 students and the high school has 482 students. In all, 160 full-time personnel are employed by the district, which this year has a budget of $14 million. Among its special programs is a before/after school day care in the elementary that opens at 6 a.m. and closes at 6 p.m. The district has an active community education program for all ages and it operates community recreation programs through Community Education. A Mac computer lab at the elementary level and IBM labs at the middle and high school level, along with additional computers in the classrooms, offer students a technological boost. In 2002, the district constructed an addition to the elementary school and the new high school opened in 2003. All three facilities are on the same campus.

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The District 717 School Board is the school district’s governing body. It is composed of seven members, each of whom is a district resident elected by voters to serve a fouryear term. The terms have been staggered, with elections conducted in November of odd-numbered years. School board business meetings are conducted once a month on the 2nd Monday at 7 p.m. Additional workshop meetings, when needed, are held on the 4th Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Occasionally times of the meetings are changed when there are conflicts with school activities. Meetings are held in the superintendent’s office. Dan Buresh, Chairperson 6034 214th St. .......................................................................................... 952-492-3999 Bob Vollbrecht 200 Crestview Circle ................................................................................ 952-492-3749

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Scott Erickson 3950 Golfview Dr..................................................................................... 952-492-6122 Tammy Will 104 Stuart Dr. .......................................................................................... 952-492-3022 Deb Pauly 5276 Highview Dr. .................................................................................. 952-492-2745 Sandy Burke 1020 Prospect Pointe Rd .......................................................................... 952-334-6884 Joe Benko 109 Eischens Lane ................................................................................... 952-492-2855

Grades K-8 Cologne Academy 1221 South Village Parkway, Cologne ..................................................... 952-466-2276 Web site:................................................................................. www.cologneacademy.org Newly opened in September 2008, the Cologne Academy is a tuition-free public school offering advanced classical curriculum with an emphasis on character development. Free, all-day, everyday kindergarten. We teach character development and core knowledge curriculum. Spanish is taught in all grades.

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St. John the Baptist Catholic School Grades Pre-K-6 215 N. Broadway, Jordan Bonita Jungels, Principal .......................................................................... 952-492-2030 St. John’s Catholic School is an elementary school accredited through the Minnesota Non-Public School Accrediting Association. St. John’s School provides a Catholic education with emphasis on academics, spiritual relationships and respect for self and others for preschool through sixth grade students. Its mission statement reads, “St. John’s enables children to grow in faith while striving to reach their full potential through life-long learning.” St. John’s Parish welcomes students of all faiths desiring a Christian, value-based education in a Catholic school setting.

Jordan Elementary School 815 Sunset Dr. Stacy DeCorsey, Principal .................................................................... 952-492-2336 Jordan Middle School 500 Sunset Dr. Lance Chambers, Principal .................................................................. 952-492-2332 Jordan High School 600 Sunset Dr. Mark Ruggeberg, Principal .................................................................. 952-492-4400 Jordan Community Education and Recreation 500 Sunset Dr. Brenda Lieske, Director ....................................................................... 952-492-6211

Lunch/Day Care Jordan schools provide both breakfast and lunch for students in grades K-8. Lunch only for grades 9-12. Jordan has a full-time nurse for grades K-12. There is a beforeand after-school program (day care for students) beginning at 6 a.m. and ending at 6 p.m. The program also operates on non-school days during the year. The district also has a pre-school program for 3- and 4-year-old children, and offers a full day, everyday kindergarten program. Jordan also has a full complement of activities for children through senior citizens in its Community Education Programs.

Early Childhood Family Education Jordan ECFE Jordan Elementary School, 815 Sunset Dr., Jordan

Non-Public Schools

Kindergarten students Jaden Juhnke (left) and Raya Bonsack pass cereal down the line during the Jordan Elementary School's Food Drive.

Web site ......................................................................................www.jordan.k12.mn.us Marijean Storlie ....................................................................................... 952-492-3233 A program for parents and their children (birth-age 5), which includes parent/ child activities, children’s programs, parent education, and child care.

Carver-Scott Educational Cooperative Carver-Scott Educational Cooperative 401 E. Fourth St., Chaska ........................................................................ 952-368-8800 Web site ................................................................................................. www.cseced.org Randall Zitterkopf, Executive Director Programs include alternative learning centers, special education, adult basic education, professional and technical programs, youth and adult transitional services, family programs and more. Locations are spread across Carver and Scott counties.

Living Hope Lutheran Church and School Grades Pre-K-4 8600 Horizon Dr. S., Shakopee ............................................................. 952-445-1785 Fax............................................................................................................ 952-445-1822 E-mail ..........................................................................................................lh@bllh.org Web site ......................................................................................... www.bllhschool.org Living Hope Lutheran School continues to meet and excel in the standards established by the Minnesota Non-Public School Accrediting Association. It has provided Pre-K through fourth grade Christian education since 2002. The Word of God is taught not only during religion classes, but throughout the day it is applied and is the basis and guide for all learning and living. The whole education is aimed at Christian training through the subject taught. It is the school's mission to take into account all the child's needs of body, mind and soul. Mayer Lutheran High School 305 5th St. N.E., Mayer ........................................................................... 952-657-2251 Fax ............................................................................................................ 952-657-2344 Web site www.lhsmayer.org Joel Landskroener, Executive Director Kevin Wilaby, Principal A nationally accredited high school offering Christ-centered education and academic excellence, sports and fine arts programs for grades 9-12. Bus service is available. A variety of denominations are represented and welcomed.

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Holy Family Catholic High School 8101 Kochia Ln., Victoria ........................................................................ 952-443-4659 Fax ............................................................................................................ 952-443-1822 Web site www.hfchs.org Kathleen Brown, President/Principal Serving grades 9-12, this Lasallian co-educational college prep school is committed to helping young men and women realize their academic and spiritual potentials. The school also provides a full program of interscholastic athletics and extracurricular activities, and is affiliated with the Minnesota River Conference. Financial aid and transportation are available.

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Southwest Christian High School 103 Peavey Rd., Chaska ..........................................................................952-556-0040 Fax.............................................................................................................952-556-5567 E-mail .........................................................................................s_beuning@swchs.org Web site .................................................................................................www.swchs.org Southwest students (grades 9-12) are challenged to think and live differently in the midst of postmodern culture. All subjects, from physics to physical education, are rigorously taught with a biblical worldview. Honors and AP classes, music and fine arts, 12 varsity sports and a wide variety of co-curricular activities are available. SWCHS also offers a substantial financial aid program. To arrange a tour, call the Admission Office.

Special Programs Minnesota River Valley Special Education Cooperative 100 Hope Ave., Jordan Darren Kermes, Director.......................................................................... 952-492-3030 Fax ............................................................................................................952-492-3880 Web site.....................................................................................www.mrvsec.k12.mn.us This cooperative of six area school districts provides services for students with special education needs. School districts included are Belle Plaine, Jordan, MontgomeryLonsdale, New Prague, Prior Lake-Savage and Shakopee.

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Preschool & Child Care Referrals Scott-Carver-Dakota CAP Agency, Inc. Provides assistance to families, providers and the community with child care information and services. Individualized referral for the metro area (651-641-0332 or www.mnchildcare.org). 712 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee Local resources ........................................................................................ 952-402-9824 Web site .......................................................................................... www.capagency.org

Key: Preschool (P), Child Care Center (C), School Age (S) Head Start – CAP Agency (P) 712 Canterbury Rd., Shakopee............................................................... 952-496-2125 Jordan ECFE Jordan Elementary School, 815 Sunset Dr., Jordan Marijean Storlie ........................................................................................952-492-3233 Discovery Days (P) Jordan Elementary School, 815 Sunset Dr., Jordan ..............................952-492-3233 ISD 717 – Kids Company (S) Jordan Elementary School, 815 Sunset Dr., Jordan ..............................952-492-4312 Conducted by the Jordan Community Education Department, a program for children ages 5 years through 6th grade.

Rainbow Discovery Center (P, C, S) 617 E. Main St., Belle Plaine ................................................................952-873-4339

Shakopee Child Learning (P) 305 S. Scott, Shakopee ..........................................................................952-496-0440 Wee Angels Preschool (P) 215 Broadway St., Jordan ......................................................................952-492-2030

Parks Scenic Sand Creek meanders through Jordan. The city also has parks that provide ballfields, volleyball courts, picnic shelters and gazebos. Nearby is an entrance to the trail system of the Minnesota River Valley Wildlife Refuge.

Jordan Community Parks Lagoon Park ............................................................................................Off Park Drive Lagoon Park has picnic tables, shelters, grills, bathrooms, a gazebo, fishing pier, playground equipment, horseshoe pits and volleyball courts. Baseball Park (Mini-Met) ...................................................................... 401 Rice St. S. This baseball park has been host to several State Amateur Baseball Tournaments. Mini-Met Outdoor Hockey Rink .......................................................... 401 Rice St. S. A warming house is provided. Basketball hoops also are in the park.

ISD 717 – Rainbow Preschool (P) Jordan Elementary.................................................................................952-492-4344

Mini-Met Skate Park.............................................................................. 401 Rice St. S. Skate park for use by skateboarders.

Little Lakers Montessori (P, C) 4730 Dakota St., Prior Lake .................................................................952-447-4161

Brentwood Park ........................................................................................ Jennifer Lane

Living Hope Lutheran Church & School (P) 8600 Horizon Dr. S., Shakopee.............................................................952-445-1785 Minnesota Montessori (C) (P) 3150 Eagle Creek Blvd., Shakopee .......................................................952-402-0303 Praise the Children (C) 201 Hope Ave., Jordan ..........................................................................952-492-3383

Bridle Creek Park......................................................................Off Bridge Creek Drive Playground equipment, benches, a gazebo, picnic tables and grill. The Park is accessible via sidewalk, with no off-street parking available. Also includes a large open grassy area for recreational use; adjacent storm water pond. Jackie Holzer Memorial Park ........................................................ Off Syndicate Street Softball is played here. High School Athletic Complex .........................................................Off Hope Avenue Softball, football and track are among the sports accommodated by the high school’s athletic facilities.

The Jordan Valley Bike Tour in June is a popular area event.

Pekarna Park ........................................................................................Off Water Street Contains gazebo and flower beds. Timberline Park ....................................................... Off Lodge Way and Foxboro Trail Playground equipment, benches, picnic tables and a trail. Access is provided via a trail system, with no off-street parking. Firemen's Park ...............................................Intersection of Creek Lane/Sunset Drive Sawmill Park ......................................................................................Off Sawmill Road Undeveloped; rustic. Risegraf Lions Park ...................................................... Off Creek Lane/Triangle Lane Open space, picnic shelter, beach.

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Three Rivers Park District ................................................................... 763-559-9000 Web site ...................................................................... www.threeriversparkdistrict.org

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Murphy-Hanrehan Park Reserve 15501 Murphy Lake Rd. (Co. Rd. 75), Savage ..................................... 763-694-7777 Hiking, horseback riding, cross country skiing, and mountain biking. This is a 2,400 acre park. Three Rivers also operates: The Landing-Minnesota Heritage Park 2187 E. Hwy. 101, Shakopee .................................................................. 763-694-7784 Web site ...................................................................... www.threeriversparkdistrict.org

Wildlife Refuge Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge 3815 American Blvd., E., Bloomington ....................................................952-854-5900 Web site.............................................................www.fws.gov/midwest/Minnesotavalley Made up of eight separate units, the 14,000-acre Minnesota Valley National Wildlife Refuge runs from Bloomington to Jordan, along both sides of the Minnesota River. Nearby Chaska, Rapids Lake, Louisville and St. Lawrence Units combine to provide 4,700 acres of outdoor opportunities such as hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, wildlife observation and photography as posted on Refuge interpretive signs. The St. Lawrence Unit includes a historic brickhouse and camping is available in the area as well.

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Spring Lake Regional Park This 347-acre park on the northern shore of Spring Lake is still undeveloped.

Cleary Lake Regional Park 18106 Texas Ave. S. (Co. Rd. 27), Prior Lake ....................................... 763-694-7777 Biking, hiking, canoeing, golfing, swimming and picnicking, cross country skiing. It has 1,045 acres.

We offer full time child care for children 16 months to 6th grade. Curriculum is planned daily for children 16 months to age 5. Our before and after school program is for children in Kindergarten to 6th grade. We also offer a curriculum based program during the summer months for the school age children. For further information, call 952-492-3383 and talk to Bev or one of the other helpful staff. We are looking forward to talking to you about your child care needs.

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Scott County Parks ................................................................................ 952-496-8475 Web site ..........................................................................................www.co.scott.mn.us

Doyle Kennefink Regional Park This 490-acre park in Cedar Lake Township is still undeveloped.

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Regional Parks Cedar Lake Farm Regional Park 400 W. 260th St., New Prague This 20-acre site, formerly operated as the Cedar Lake Farm and Day resort, offers shore fishing, swimming beach, picnic sites. Part of a future 300-acre regional park that will feature wetlands, Big Woods forest and 4,000 feet of shoreland, public recreation.

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Legends Club 8670 Credit River Blvd., Prior Lake .....................................................952-226-4777 www.legendsgc.com

Campgrounds Baylor Park 10775 Co. Rd. 33, Norwood Young America .......................................952-466-5250

3675 Arboretum Dr., Chaska....................................................................952-443-1400 Web site................................................................................... www.arboretum.umn.edu The Minnesota Landscape Arboretum offers more than 1,000 acres of landscaped gardens, natural woodlands, wetlands and prairie, plant collections, and displays. Walk, hike, cross-country ski more than eight miles of trails. Open 363 days a year.

Meadows at Mystic Lake 2400 Mystic Lake Dr.., Prior Lake .......................................................952-233-5533 www.mysticlakegolf.com New Prague Golf Club 400 Lexington Ave. S., New Prague......................................................952-758-5326

Fish Lake Acres Campground 3000 210th St. E., Prior Lake ...............................................................952-492-3393

Trails

Ridges at Sand Creek 21775 Ridges Dr., Jordan ......................................................................952-492-2644 www.ridgesatsandcreek.com

Minneapolis S.W. KOA 3315 166th St. W., Jordan .....................................................................952-492-6440

DNR-owned River Valley State Trail runs along the river (the federal and state governments own various parts of the river frontage being preserved). A boat landing, adjacent to the Minnesota River bridge in Belle Plaine offers access to the river.

Recreation Golf Courses Chaska Park 30 1107 Hazeltine Blvd., Chaska ..............................................................952-448-7454 www.chaskamn.com/par30/welcome.cfm Chaska Town Course 3000 Town Course Dr., Chaska ............................................................952-443-3748 www.chaskatowncourse.com

Stonebrooke Golf Club 2693 Co. Rd. 79, Shakopee ...................................................................952-496-3171 www.stonebrooke.com Valley View Golf Club 23795 Laredo Ave., Belle Plaine ...........................................................952-873-4653 www.vvgolf.com Wilds, The 3151 Wilds Ridge, Prior Lake...............................................................952-445-3500 www.golfthewilds.com

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Dakotah Meadows 2341 Park Pl., Prior Lake ..................................1-800-653-CAMP or 952-445-8800

Minnesota Horse & Hunt Club (Campground & RV Park) 2920 - 220th St., Prior Lake .................................................................952-447-2272 Minnesota Valley Trail State Park/Rec Area 19825 Park Blvd., Jordan .......................................................................952-492-6400 Shakopee Valley RV Park 1245 Bluff Ave. E., Shakopee................................................................952-445-7313 Town & Country 12630 Boone Ave., Savage ...................................................................952-445-1756 Will’s Riverview RV Park 1705 3rd Ave. W., Shakopee .................................................................952-445-5323

Cleary Lake 18106 Texas Ave S., Prior Lake .............................................................763-694-7777

Heiland Hills Training Jordan ....................................................................................................952-492-3457

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Creeks Bend Golf Course 26826 Langford Ave., New Prague .......................................................952-758-7200 www.creeksbendgolfcourse.com

Minnesota Valley Riders Saddle Club Joyce Johnson ........................................................................................952-873-6495 www.mvrsc.org

Baseball Millers Brian Buesgens......................................................................................952-367-6994

Dahlgreen Golf Club 6940 Dahlgren Rd., Chaska ..................................................................952-448-7463 www.dahlgreen.com

River Valley Ranch 16480 Co. Rd. 45, Carver......................................................................952-361-3361

Hazeltine National Golf Club (Private) 1900 Hazeltine Blvd., Chaska ...............................................................952-556-5400 www.hngc.com

Sports Clay Ranges MN Horse & Hunt Club 2920 - 220th St., Prior Lake .................................................................952-447-2272

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District 717 Community Education .......................................................952-492-6211

Girls Fastpitch Traveling (ages 18 and under) Pete Haller ............................................................................................952-215-7383 Ghostriders Wrestling/Panther Cubs Al Flynn ................................................................................................952-492-3460 Jordan Basketball Association Pam Beckman .......................................................................................952-492-2734

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Jordan Brewers Baseball John Breunig ............................................ (H) 952-492-6317 or (W) 952-492-3330 Jordan Junior Olympic Volleyball Jason Geisel ...........................................................................................952-492-4283 Renegade Running Club Web site .............................................................................www.renegaderunclub.com

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AARP – American Association of Retired Persons Information Center–Mall of America ......................................................952-858-9040 CAP Agency Ask for Senior Programs ...........................................................................952-496-2125 Jordan Senior Citizens Club ...................................................................952-492-2208 RSVP – Retired & Senior Volunteer Program .......................................612-617-7833 E-mail ............................................................................................. kobrien@voamn.org Scott County Section 8 Vouchers ............................................................952-402-9022 Senior Linkage Line ............................................................................ 1-800-333-2433 Social Security Administration ........................................................... 1-800-772-1213

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CAP Agency Senior Dining Schule Haus, 100 4th St............................................................................952-492-2208 Call at least two days ahead, between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Transportation — See Transportation section.

Residential Options Apartments Schule Haus 100 4th St. W., Jordan ...........................................................................952-492-2084 Boessling Lutheran Village 850 W. Prairie St., Belle Plaine .............................................................952-873-2189 Cardinal Ridge 200 W. State St., Belle Plaine ..............................................................952-873-6215 Kingsway Retirement Living 815 W. Main St., Belle Plaine ...............................................................952-873-5900 Talheim Apartments 407 N. Oak St., Chaska.........................................................................952-361-0310

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Continued from page 27 Waybury Apartments 110340 Geske Rd., Chaska ...................................................................952-448-5022 Liberty Park 204 Liberty Pk., New Prague ................................................................952-758-4991 Millpond 210 1st Ave. N.W., New Prague ...........................................................952-758-4333 Queen’s Court 311 Columbus Ave. N., New Prague ...................................................952-758-4595 Philipp Square 116 First Ave. N.W., New Prague ........................................................952-758-4610 Creekside Commons Apartments 16535 Tranquility Court S.E., Prior Lake .............................................952-226-3714 Prior Manor 16049 Franklin Tr. S.E., Prior Lake ......................................................952-447-8855 Levee Drive Apartments 200 W. Levee Dr., Shakopee .................................................................952-445-2001 River City Apartments 205 First Ave. E., Shakopee ..............................................................…952-445-5107 The Lutheran Home: Hope Residence 611 W. Main St., Belle Plaine ...........................................................…952-873-2143

Assisted Living/Adult Foster Care/ Memory Care Valleyview Assisted Living/Memory Care Unit 4061 173rd St. W., Jordan .....................................................................952-492-6160 Franklin House 4061 173rd St. SW., Jordan...................................................................952-492-3959 Emerald Crest of Burnsville 451 E. Travelers Tr., Burnsville ..............................................................952-890-2652 Specializes in memory care. Auburn Courts 501 Oak St. N., Chaska.........................................................................952-448-9303 Mala Strana Assisted Living 999 Columbus Ave. N., New Prague ....................................................952-758-2511

Emerald Crest of Shakopee 1855 10th Ave. W., Shakopee ...............................................................952-233-8811 Specializes in memory care. The Gardens at St. Gertrude’s 1850 Sarazin St., Shakopee.................................................................. 952-233-4400 Kingsway Retirement Living 815 W. Main St., Belle Plaine ............................................................. 952-873-5900

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Nursing Homes Lutheran Home 611 Main St. W., Belle Plaine.. ...............................................................952-873-2215 Auburn Manor 501 Oak St. N., Chaska.........................................................................952-448-9303 Mala Strana Health Care Center 1001 Columbus Ave. N., New Prague ..................................................952-758-2511 Friendship Manor Health Care Center 1340 3rd Ave. W., Shakopee .................................................................952-445-4155 St. Gertrude’s Health & Rehabilitation Center 1850 Sarazin St., Shakopee ...................................................................952-233-4400

CAP Agency 712 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee........................................................... 952-496-2125 110650 Village Rd., Chaska ................................................................... 952-960-9700 E-mail ............................................................................................info@capagency.org Web site .......................................................................................... www.capagency.org The CAP Agency is a private, non-profit human service organization serving a threecounty area. The following is a list of its services, along with a short description and the phone number for each program. To reach a program, call the number listed above, unless otherwise indicated.

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Crisis Nursery........................................................................................ 612-839-5101 Provides parents in crisis with short-term day and overnight childcare. Also offers parents counseling, support and referral services. Telephone calls are answered 24 hours a day.

Head Start Provides a family-oriented child development program providing education, social services and health and nutrition services for 3- to 5-year-olds from income-eligible families. Head Start also serves children with disabilities.

Food & Nutrition Services Food Shelf.............................................................................................. 952-496-2125 Offers a nutritionally balanced food package to individuals and families who do not have adequate resources to meet their nutritional needs. The Food Shelf is located at 712 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee. An additional Food Shelf site is located at 110650 Village Rd., Chaska. WIC (Women, Infants and Children) ................................................ 952-402-9869 Provides nutrition education and food vouchers to qualifying women who are pregnant, breast-feeding or postpartum, and families with infants and children to age 5. Meals on Wheels ................................................................................... 952-402-9855 Provides weekday delivery of nutritious meals to homebound citizens age 60 and over. The Meals on Wheels service is available on a short-term or long-term basis. Senior Dining ........................................................................................ 952-402-9855 Provides appetizing, nutritious meals and fellowship in a community setting, MondayFriday, except holidays. Participants must be 60 years of age, or the spouse of a senior. A minimum contribution of $3 per meal is suggested. Reservations are required two days in advance. AN

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Energy Assistance Program Provides eligible households with grants to help with cost of heating bills and energyrelated repairs. Homeless Prevention Helps people who are at risk of becoming homeless to maintain current housing if funding is available. Assistance includes supportive services intended to help clients stabilize their situation and become self-reliant. Transitional Housing Provides homeless families and individuals with safe and affordable housing while they work toward self-reliance. (Limited Availability) Weatherization Helps eligible homeowners and renters reduce their heating and cooling costs by providing insulation and caulking and making minor repairs.

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Scott County Human Services Scott County Government Center 200 Fourth Ave. W., Shakopee .................................................................952-445-7750

Valley Green Workforce Development Center 752 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee .............................................................952-496-8686

Child Support Enforcement ..........................................................952-496-8183 Assistance in collecting child support.

Community-Based Services Emergency Services Provides funds for rent, damage deposits and other necessities to people in emergency situations when other options are not available. Assistance is given in the form of grants when funding is available. Thrift Shop ........................................................................................... 952-402-9878 Provides a comfortable and upbeat department store atmosphere where gently used clothing and small household items can be purchased at very affordable prices. Located at 712 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee, the store is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Volunteers contribute their time to assist in the operation of the Thrift Shop, and all the items on the sales floor are donated. Hope for the Holidays ........................................................................... 952-496-2125 “Adopt-a-family” holiday gift sponsorship program that provides families with gifts for the December holidays. Sponsors often include businesses, civic groups, faith communities, schools and individuals. Chore Services ...................................................................................... 952-496-2125 Provides senior citizens with indoor and outdoor maintenance services to help enable older adults to continue to live independently in their own homes for as long as possible.

Employment & Training ..................................................................952-496-8686 Job Training: Providing training and job placement for adults and youth. Summer Youth Program: Summer jobs for youth ages 14-21. Senior Employment: Part-time jobs for people over 55.

Child Care Assistance......................................................................952-496-8686 Child Care: Help in paying for child care expenses.

Financial Assistance ........................................................................952-445-7751 Emergency Assistance: Emergency help to adults and families. MFIP (formerly AFDC): Monthly help for families with children in need of food, clothing and/or shelter. General Assistance: Monthly help for adults who meet a category of eligibility. Food Support: Providing support for families and adults. Medical Assistance: Help for adults and families with children who do not have money for medical care. Minnesota Supplemental Aid: Help for people who are aged, blind or disabled. County Funeral: Assistance with burial expenses. Fraud: Preventing people from obtaining assistance for which they do not qualify.

Neptune Washers/Dryers

Carver-Scott Crisis Program 24-hour phone...........................................................................................952-442-7601

Public Health Nursing ....................................................................952-496-8577 Disease Prevention: Control of and education about diseases that can spread; and immunization clinics. Health Promotion: Information about how to stay healthy. Maternal & Child Health: Teach pregnant women and new mothers how to care for themselves and their children. Child & Teen Checkups: Well child screening services for all children, birth to 21 years.

Social Services ...................................................................................952-445-7751

We service all major appliances

• Locally Owned • Professional Service • Professional Delivery • In-House Technicians

• Parts Department • Name Brands • Professional Set-up • We service all major appliances

www.myappliancesource.com

952-445-2916 1/3 mile South of Hwy. 41 on Hwy. 169, Shakopee

Emergency After Hours............................................................................952-291-4680 Adult Mental Health: Services provided to adults with severe and persistent mental illness Adult Services: Protection of vulnerable adults, information about senior services, and services to support adults to live in their own homes. Children’s Mental Health: Services to families of and children who have severe emotional disturbance. Children’s Services: Protection of abused or neglected children, and help to strengthen families so they can stay together. Central Intake: Information about services, referrals to services and determination of services required. Chemical Dependency: Provision of assessment and referral to required services. Developmental Disabilities: Provide services to help people with developmental disabilities live in their communities. Long Term Care Intake.........................................................................952-496-8556 Long term care consultations to help people and their families choose services that reflect their needs and preferences. Administration and case management of home and community-based waiver programs. Relocation screenings for clients leaving nursing homes.

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For more information, call 952-227-0494

Auburn Home 594 Cherry Dr. Waconia, MN 55387

Auburn Courts 501 N. Oak St. Chaska, MN 55318

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As you shop Jordan’s Off-Sale Liquor Headquarters • Enjoy our fast & friendly service • Great selection of your favorite domestic or imported beer • Vast selection of fine wine

235 Triangle Lane • Jordan 952-492-3919 Please don’t drink & drive!

Volunteers .............................................................................................952-496-8169 Opportunities for mentors, drivers, budget consultants, activity and office assistants and internships.

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Whether you’re looking for independent, assisted living, or rehabilitative services, Auburn Homes and Services offers comfortable living spaces and a diverse range of services for seniors seeking the ideal balance between independence and support. Choose from independent living options at Talheim, assisted living/memory care at our Chaska community, or rehabilitative services and long term care at our Waconia and Chaska locations.

Mental Health Program ..................................................................952-445-7751 Emergency After Hours............................................................................952-442-7601 Scott County Mental Health Center: Assessment and testing, emergency help, couples and family counseling, support groups, court-ordered mediation evaluations for families that are separating, case management and support for those with mental illness, and group therapy.

We are smaller…BUT WE TRY HARDER!

WELCOME HOME

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Help & Support AARP – American Association of Retired Persons Information Center–Mall of America ...........................................................952-858-9040 Alanon/Alateen 7204 W. 27th St., #101, St. Louis Park..........................................................952-920-3961 Web site ................................................................................www.al-anon-alateen-msp.org Alcoholics Anonymous 7204 W. 27th St., #113, St. Louis Park......................................................... 952-922-0880 E-mail .............................................................................................info@aaminneapolis.org Web site .......................................................................................... www.aaminneapolis.org Alpha Pregnancy Resource Center 13845 Hwy. 13 S., Savage ...............................................................................952-447-5683 Web site .................................................................................................. www.alphaprc.com

CAP Agency ...........................................................See separate listing in Table of Contents Carver-Scott Crisis Program 24-hour phone.................................................................................................. 952-442-7601 Web site..................................................................................................www.co.carver.mn.us Carver-Scott Educational Co-op Valley Green Workforce Development Center 792 Canterbury Rd. S., # 231, Shakopee ......................................................... 952-403-7674 Web site..........................................................................................................www.cseced.org Carver-Scott Humane Society ....................................................................... 952-368-3553 Web site............................................................................................... www.carverscotths.org Child Care Resource & Referral CAP Agency, 712 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee ............................................. 952-496-2125 Web site.................................................................................................... www.capagency.org

MN DNR Conservation Officer Adam Block ..................................................................................................... 952-873-6241 Web site .................................................................................................www.dnr.state.mn.us

MN Literacy Council ..................................................................................... 651-645-2277 Hotline & to volunteer..............................................................................1-800-225-READ Web site.........................................................................................................www.themlc.org MN Problem Gambling Hotline .................................................. 1-800-333-HOPE MN Rehabilitation Services/MN Dept. of Employment & Economic Development 752 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee .................................................................... 952-402-9804 Web site...................................................................................www.positivelyminnesota.com

Fare for All Web site......................................................................................................www.fareforall.org

Minnesotans for Safe Driving ........................................................................ 952-238-0970 Web site........................................................................ www.minnesotansforsafedriving.com

Help Me Grow ................................................................................................ 952-496-5059 Web site.............................................................................www.helpmegrow-scottcounty.org

American Lung Association of MN 490 Concordia Ave., St. Paul, 55103 .............................................................. 651-227-8014 Web site ..................................................................................................... www.lungusa.org

MRCI – Carver/Scott 1109 Shakopee Town Square, Shakopee .......................................................... 612-445-6811

Safe Communities Coalition of Scott County Linda Schwichtenberg ..................................................................................... 952-496-8338

NAMI – National Alliance for the Mentally Ill–Scott Co. Janet Williams .................................................................................................. 952-890-1669

American Red Cross – Twin Cities 1201 W. River Parkway, Minneapolis............................................................ 612-871-7676 Web site ..................................................................................................www.redcrosstc.org

The i’M oK Children’s Visitation Center 551 E. Park St., Belle Plaine ............................................................................ 952-873-4216 E-mail ................................................................................................. svabw@frontiernet.net Web site................................................................................. www.southernvalleyalliance.org

Narcotics Anonymous .................................................................................... 952-939-3939

ARC – Greater Twin Cities 2446 University Ave. W., St. Paul ..................................................................952-920-0855 Web site ................................................................................. www.arcgreatertwincities.org

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of America – MN Chapter Web site......................................................................................................www.leukemia.org

American Heart Association – Greater Twin Cities 4701 W. 77th St., Edina..................................................................................952-835-3300 Web site .......................................................................................... www.americanheart.org

Big Brothers & Big Sisters of the Greater Twin Cities ................................. 651-789-2400 Web site.............................................................................................. www.bigstwincities.org

MADD – Mothers Against Drunk Driving Web site......................................................................................................www.maddmn.org

Beautiful Results TAKING CARE OF YOU ALL YEAR LONG

Snow Removal • Salt & Sanding Curb Edging • Retaining Walls Fertilization • Tree & Shrub Care

Queen of Peace Hospital, New Prague ......................................................... 952-758-4431 Post-Partum Depression Support Group (one-on-one) .................................. 952-758-8187 Depression & Anxiety Support Group (one-on-one) ...................................... 952-758-8187 Fibromyalgia Support Group (one-on-one) .................................................... 952-758-8187 Growing Through Grief Support Group ......................................................... 952-758-8187 Look Good...Feel Better .................................................................................. 952-758-8187 Miscarriage/Infant Loss Support Group (one-on-one) ................................... 952-758-8187 MS Support Group .......................................................................................... 952-758-8187 Live Strong® Cancer Support Group .............................................................. 952-758-8187 Prostate Cancer Support Group....................................................................... 952-758-8187 Suicide Grief Support Group........................................................................... 952-758-8187

River Valley Nursing Center 752 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee and 110650 Village Rd., Chaska ............................................................................. 952-496-8669

Design • Maintenance Irrigation • Paver Patios

New Beginnings .............................................................................................. 952-368-0150

Ridgeview Medical Center, Waconia Grief Support Group: Rebuilding Hope.......................................................... 952-442-8083 Breast Cancer Support Group for Women ...................................................... 952-442-8083 American Cancer Society Look Good, Feel Better .................................... 1-800-227-2345 Sleep Disorders Education ............................................................................... 952-442-8083 Pregnancy and Infant Loss............................................................................... 952-442-8083 Angels of Hope Grief support for students grades 3-6 ..............................................952-442-6030, ext. 6305 Bariatric Support Group .................................................................................. 952-442-8083

AFFORDABLE LANDSCAPING

A Concrete Solution for Any Project.

Water Features Arborjet Ashborer Treatments

St. Francis Regional Medical Center, Shakopee Diabetes Support Group .................................................................................. 952-428-3324 Heart Support Group ...................................................................................... 952-428-2080 Infant Loss Support Group.............................................................................. 952-428-2002 Look Good–Feel Better (ACS).................................................................. 1-800-ACS-2345 Low Vision Support Group ............................................................................. 952-428-2002 Smoking Cessation ................................................................................... 1-888-354-PLAN Women’s Connection (Cancer) ........................................................................ 952-428-2700 Scott-Carver Affordable Housing Coalition................................................. 952-496-2125

Certified Landscape Professional Power Limited Tech

400 Seville Dr, Jordan (952) 492-7811

Scott County Anchor Center Valley Green Workforce Development Center ................................................ 952-496-8541 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee Scott County CDA (Community Development Agency) 323 S. Naumkeag St., Shakopee....................................................................... 952-402-9022

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Bridging Inc. 201 W. 87th St., Bloomington ......................................................................... 952-888-1105 Web site...................................................................................................... www.bridging.org

Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota .......................................................... 651-642-5990 Web site...........................................................................................................www.lssmn.org

LIQUORS

MN Job Service/MN Dept. of Employment & Economic Development 752 Canterbury Rd. S., Shakopee .................................................................... 952-445-7087 Web site......................................................................................... www. minnesotaworks.net

Crisis Nursery Hotline ................................................................................... 763-591-0100 Available 24 hours a day. Provides safe, nurturing care for children when parents can’t.

American Cancer Society – Central Region 2520 Pilot Knob Rd., Mendota Heights ........................................................ 651-255-8100

TALK OF THE TOWN

MN Friends of the Orphans ........................................................................... 651-482-1703 Web site....................................................................................www.friendsoftheorphans.org

Jordan Dental Care,

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FAMILY & COSMETIC DENTISTRY 224 S. Broadway St. Jordan • (952) 492-2021 www.JordanDentalCare.com • • • • • • • • • •

Comprehensive Family & Cosmetic Dentistry One-hour Whitening Bonded Tooth-Colored Fillings Invisalign ® Clear Braces Movie Glasses Computerized Anesthetic - Virtually Painless All Ages Welcome, Kid-Friendly Evening Appointments Available Relaxed Atmosphere New Patients Welcome

Scott County Human Services — See separate section. Scott County Licensed Family Daycare Assn. Karen Von Bank ............................................................................................... 952-758-2863

www.mandinecgroup.com

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952-226-5350

Belle Plaine, MN

Prior Lake, MN

Scott County New Options Valley Green Workforce Development Center 792 Canterbury Rd. S., Ste. 132, Shakopee ..................................................... 952-403-7979

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Elizabeth M. Thelemann, D.D.S. Jordan Dental Care, P.A. Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce Member Member of American Dental Association Member of Minnesota Dental Association University of Minnesota School of Dentistry Alumni

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Continued from page 33 Sexual Violence Center – Scott & Carver counties 500 N. Pine St., Ste. #203 Chaska 24-hour help line .............................................................................................. 612-871-5111 Web site....................................................................................www.sexualviolencecenter.org Scott-Carver/Ed. Cooperative Adult Literacy ............................................................................ 952-445-7439 Social Security Administration .................................................................. 1-800-772-1213 Web site............................................................................................................... www.ssa.gov Southwest Metro Animal Rescue & Adoption Society ................ 952-368-PAWS (7297) Web site..................................................................................www.swmetroanimalrescue.org SVABW – Southern Valley Alliance for Battered Women Mary Ann Bigaouette, Director ....................................................................... 952-873-4214 E-mail ................................................................................................. svabw@frontiernet.net Web site................................................................................. www.southernvalleyalliance.org Tubman Chrysalis: A Center for Women 4432 Chicago Ave., Minneapolis ..................................................................... 612-871-0118 Web site...........................................................................................www.chrysaliswomen.org United Way ...................................................................................................... 612-340-7400 Web site.................................................................................... www.unitedwaytwincities.org Viking Composite Squadron: U.S. Air Force Auxiliary Civil Air Patrol Lt. Col. Barney Uhlig ...........................................................................................952-937-2924 E-mail............................................................................................................ buhlig@mncap.org Web site ................................................................................................www.mncap.org/viking/ Welcome Neighbor ......................................................................................... 952-442-9000 E-mail ...........................................................................welcome@welcomeneighbormn.com Web site.................................................................................www.welcomeneighbormn.com A

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Hospitals

St. Gertrude’s Health Center 1850 Sarazin St., Shakopee .......................................................................... 952-233-4400

Queen of Peace Hospital 301 2nd St. N.E., New Prague..................................................................... 952-758-4431 Web site............................................................................ www.queenofpeacehospital.com

Shakopee Friendship Manor 1340 W. 3rd Ave. W., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-445-4155

St. Francis Regional Medical Center 1455 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-428-3000 Web site.................................................................................www.stfrancis-shakopee.com Fairview Ridges Hospital 201 E. Nicollet Blvd., Burnsville ................................................................952-892-2000 Web site .................................................................................................www.fairview.org Ridgeview Medical Center 500 S. Maple Street, Waconia ................................................................... 952-442-2191 Web site .................................................................................www.ridgeviewmedical.org

Same Day Surgery Queen of Peace Hospital 301 2nd St. N.E., New Prague ...................................................................... 952-758-4431 Ridgeview Same Day Surgery Centers 3000 Hundertmark Rd., Chaska ................................................................ 952-556-2622 500 S. Maple St., Waconia .........................................................952-442-2191, ext. 5180

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Minnesota Oncology/Hematology 560 S. Maple St., #100, Waconia ................................................................. 952-442-6006

Ridgeview Home Care & Hospice 501 S. Maple St., #1, Waconia................................................................... 952-442-6030

New Prague Medical Clinic 301 E. Main, New Prague ..........................................................................952-758-4461

Marie Steiner Kelting Hospice Home 9120 Shady Oak Dr., Chaska .................................................................... 952-442-6030

Orthopaedic Surgical Consultants, PA 1601 St. Francis Ave., #200, Shakopee ........................................................ 952-428-3399

Home Medical Equipment

Park Nicollet Clinic 1415 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-993-7750

Ridgeview Home Medical Equipment 501 S. Maple St., #2, Waconia .....................................................................952-442-2283

Medical/Chiropractic/Wellness

Parkview Medical Clinic 1400 1st St. N.E., New Prague................................................................... 952-758-2535 Ridgeview Chaska Clinic -Located inside the Two Twelve Medical Center 111 Hundertmark Rd., #240, Chaska .......................................................... 952-361-2450

St. Francis Urgent Care St. Francis Regional Medical Center – Emergency Dept. 1455 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee ................................................................. 952-428-2111

Kidney Specialists on Minnesota, PA 1515 St. Francis Ave., #100, Shakopee ........................................................ 612-823-8001

Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Gastroenterology 560 S. Maple St., #220, Waconia ...............................................................952-442-8011

Two Twelve Medical Center 111 Hundertmark Rd., Chaska................................................................... 952-361-2447

Lakeview Clinic 424 Hwy. 5, Waconia ................................................................................... 952-442-4461 3000 Hundertmark Rd., Chaska .................................................................. 952-556-0120

Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Nephrology 7907 Powers Blvd., Chanhassen................................................................... 952-934-0570

Dr. Chuck Cook, D.C. Dr. Kory Isley, D.C.

Ridgeview Chaska Medical Plaza 3000 Hundertmark Rd., Chaska ................................................................ 952-556-0155 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Dermatology 560 S. Maple St., #120, Waconia ................................................................. 952-442-3188 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Endrocrinology 111 Hundertmark Rd., #240, Chaska .......................................................... 952-361-2450

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350 Valley View Dr., Jordan 952-492-6666 M-F 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. www.SiwekLumber.com

CertiÀed Sports Chiropractic Physician

Since 1933

Massages Now Available! Call For Details.

Modern chiropractic care for: • Back & neck pain • Muscle, joint & nerve problems • Well baby care, childhood ailments • School, sports, exams • Auto accidents & sports injuries • Trigger point therapy • Injury rehab

Operating Jordan Saw Mill Meet our massage therapists: Marcia Love Annie Topic Marie Robling

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Fast & Friendly Service at one of the largest retail yards.

Call today to schedule your appointment

952-445-1352 www.eckartdental.com

Queen of Peace Home Health Care 301 2nd St. N.E., New Prague .................................................................... 975-758-8195

Belle Plaine Clinic 700 W. Prairie St., Belle Plaine ..................................................................952-873-2276

making a memorable impression every time you smile. You owe it to yourself! Find out more about Zoom! in-office tooth whitening.

Over 27 years serving the area

Minneapolis Heart Institute 1601 St. Francis Ave., #100, Shakopee ........................................................ 952-428-2099

Queen of Peace Express Care 200 Alton Ave. S.E., New Prague ................................................................ 952-758-7228 (Located in Coborn’s grocery store)

take the first step to feeling good, looking great and

300 East First Avenue • Shakopee Comfortable, caring dentistry for your family

Home Health Care & Hospice

Urgent Care

Whiten your teeth in about an hour!

Eckart Dental Center

Metropolitan Pediatric Specialists, PA 1515 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-445-6700

Allina Medical Clinic 1601 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-428-3535

Your smile will thank you!

Medical Advanced Pain Specialists (MAPS) 1601 St. Francis Ave., #200, Shakopee ........................................................ 763-537-6000 3000 Hundertmark Rd., Chaska .................................................................. 763-537-6000

Chiropractic Specialists 108 Creek Lane S., Jordan ........................................................................... 952-492-6363

ZOOM!

• Implants • TMJ • Veneers • Fillings • Crowns & Bridges • Extractions • Dentures & Partials • Root Canal Treatment • Preventative Care Call Eckart Dental for a consultation visit and discuss dental implants or veneers.

The Lutheran Home: Belle Plaine's Transitional Care Services 611 West Main St., Belle Plaine .................................................................. 952-873-2215

406 Faxon Rd., Norwood Young America ................................................... 952-467-2888 309 Jefferson Ave. S.W., Watertown............................................................ 952-955-1921

St. Francis Regional Medical Center Same Day Surgery 1455 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................952-428-2333

for white teeth in one hour there’s only one choice.

is your smile less than it could be?

Transitional Care

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Continued from page 35 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Oncology/Hematology 490 S. Maple St., #204, Waconia .................................................952-442-2191, ext. 5295 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine 560 S. Maple St., #30, Waconia .................................................................952-442-6525

Metropolitan Urological Specialists......................................................... 763-383-8870 Minneapolis Children’s Heart Clinic .......................................................... 612-813-8800 Minneapolis Otolaryngology ........................................................................952-920-4595 Twin Cities Orthopedics ......................................................................... 952-808-3000 Surgical Specialties, Ltd.. ..............................................................................952-224-9350

Dental Clinics Jordan Dental Care 224 S. Broadway, Jordan ............................................................................... 952-492-2021

Twin Cities Spine Center................................................................................612-775-6200 Urologic Physicians, PA ................................................................................952-920-7660

Joe Pekarna, DDS 215 Broadway St. S., Jordan ......................................................................... 952-492-2711

Total Health Advantage 221 E. 1st St., Jordan...................................................................................952-492-3222

Woodridge Dental 115 Broadway St. S., Jordan ......................................................................... 952-492-7434

Two Twelve Medical Center 111 Hundertmark Rd., Chaska................................................................... 952-361-2447 Ridgeview Rehab Specialties .......................................................................... 952-556-2656 Ridgeview Research ........................................................................................ 952-556-2686 Wayzata Children's Clinic ..............................................................................952-448-3847 Western OB/GYN Women's Health Center.................................................952-556-0071

Family Dental Center 201 South Meridian St., Belle Plaine .......................................................... 952-873-6766

Women's Health Center at Queen of Peace Hospital 301 2nd. St. N.E., New Prague ..................................................................952-758-9020

Valley Eye Clinic 223 East 1st St., #101, Jordan ...................................................................... 952-492-2350

Ridgeview Women's Imaging & Breast Center 500 S. Maple St., Waconia.............................................................952-441-2191, ext. 5630

Physical Therapy/Sports Medicine

Olde World Optical 117 E. Main St., Belle Plaine ....................................................................... 952-873-2244

River of Life Chiropractic 401 Broadway St. S., Jordan........................................................................... 952-492-5253

Queen of Peace Hospital Outpatient Physical Therapy 504 6th Ave. N.W., #1, New Prague .............................................................. 952-758-8161

St. Francis Cancer Care Center 1475 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-428-2031 St. Francis Cardiac Rehabilitation 1515 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-428-2080

Ridgeview Rehab Specialties.......................................................................... 800-888-6540 Two Twelve Medical Center, 111 Hundertmark, #400............................. 952-556-2656 Waconia, 560 S. Maple St., #210 ...............................................................952-442-7850 Waconia-Safari Island, 1600 Community Dr..............................................952-442-1774

St. Francis Rehabilitative Services 1601 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-428-2001

Ridgeview Pediatric Rehab 490 S. Maple St., #215, Waconia ..............................................952-442-2191, ext. 6068

St. Francis Sleep Diagnostics Center–Shakopee .......................................... 952-428-2800

St. Francis Capable Kids–Pediatric Rehab 1661 Park Ridge Dr., #100, Chaska ...........................................................952-428-1265 6350 143rd St., Savage ................................................................................952-428-1565

Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Otolaryngology 560 S. Maple St., #40 Waconia .................................................................... 952-925-5626 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Pediatric Integrative Medicine 111 Hundertmark Rd., #470, Chaska .......................................................... 952-361-2476 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Podiatry 7907 Powers Blvd., Chanhassen................................................................... 952-934-0570 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Pulmonology 490 S. Maple St., #216, Waconia ..................................................952-442-2191 ext. 5420 Ridgeview Specialty Clinic - Rheumatology 560 S. Maple St., #220, Waconia ................................................................. 952-361-2450

St. Francis Specialty Care Clinic 1515 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee.................................................................952-428-2600 Advanced Dermatology & Cosmetic Institute .......................................... 952-915-6000 Diabetes & Nutritional Education ...............................................................952-428-3392 Hennepin PM & R ........................................................................................612-873-8700 Medical Advanced Pain Specialists (MAPS) ..............................................763-537-6000

Better water Áows from better thinking! Softeners • Filtration • Drinking Systems • Environmentally Friendly Reduces waste, conserves water, produces great tasting water. No need for bottled water - less garbage in the landfill.

• Energy Efficient Non-electric water treatment equipment lowers operating costs.

• Higher Flow Rates Produce more water in less time.

St. Francis Rehabilitative Services 1601 St. Francis Ave., Shakopee .................................................................. 952-428-2001 The Lutheran Home: Belle Plaine's Wellness and Rehabilitation Center 611 W. Main St., Belle Plaine...................................................................... 952-873-2111

PRIOR LAKE AUTO COLLISION We feature state-of-the-art equipment with unmatched quality workmanship!

✓ Collision Specialists ✓ Free Loaner Cars on Major Collision Repair ✓ Written Guarantee

Southbridge Dental 8074 Old Carriage Court, Shakopee ........................................................... 952-746-0808

Vision Clinics

952-447-4259

952-440-BODY

Minnesota Eye Consultants 112 E. Main St., New Prague ...................................................................... 952-758-3535 5116 Gateway St. S.E., #201, Prior Lake..................................................... 952-226-1400

Mental Health Carver-Scott Mental Health Crisis Line 24-hour phone .............................................................................................952-442-7601 Ridgeview Social Services 500 S. Maple St., Waconia. ....................................................... 952-442-2191, ext. 6190

Chemical Health Lifestyles Counseling Services 14162 Commerce Ave. N.E., #400, Prior Lake ........................................... 952-447-1117

pearsonauto@integraonline.com

Five Stars Recovery Center 102 E. 2nd St., #110B, Chaska .................................................................... 952-448-6557

Health Information

Are you looking for a gifted program for your child?

Queen of Peace Hospital Community Education 301 2nd St. N.E., New Prague ...................................................................... 952-758-8187 Ridgeview Medical Center Ridgeview Physician Referral........................................................................... 952-442-8083 Ridgeview Community Education & Events .................................................. 952-442-8083 Health Information Library 500 S. Maple St., Waconia ...........................................................952-442-2191, ext. 6100

DISCOVER

SAGE

ACADEMY.

Clubs & Organizations Carver/Scott Master Gardeners Jackie Smith ..........................................................................................952-466-5300 E-mail .........................................................................................Smith515@umn.edu

Ducks Unlimited Web site ................................................................................................www.ducks.org Eagles, Fraternal Order of Web site .................................................................................................. www.foe.com

Reserve Your Space Today! • Go to www.priorlake-savage.k12.mn.us for eligibility criteria • Free full-day program (gr. 3-5) • Academic challenge • Supporting social-emotional needs • Students from all districts may apply

Heimatfest Committee Dave Holzer ..........................................................................................952-492-6077

(952) 474-0696

Home Educators for Excellence Web site .............................................................................................. www.hedfex.org

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Celebrate Jordan Brenda Liske .........................................................................................952-492-6211

Great Scott Cycling Club Al Pehrson ............................................................................................... 952-220-4585 Web site ............................................................................. www.greatscottcycling.com

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Mon.-Fri. 7:30-5:30 Sat. by Appt.

Campbell, L.M. 287 Marschall Rd., #203, Shakopee ..........................................................952-445-1397

Friends of the Minnesota Valley ..............................................................952-881-9055 Web site .............................................................................www.friendsofmnvalley.org

www.hafermanwater.com

(2639)

16111 Main Ave. SE Downtown Prior Lake

Friends of the Jordan Library ..................................................................952-492-2500

Haferman Water Conditioning, Inc.

✓ Complete Frame & ✓ Unibody Straightening Specialists

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Continued from page 37 Jordan Area Chamber of Commerce General ..................................................................................................952-492-2355 Web site.................................................................................. www.jordanchamber.org E-mail .................................................................................. info@jordanchamber.org

MN WaterFowl Association State Office............................................................................................952-767-0320 Web site .................................................................................. www.mnwaterfowl.com

Arts & Entertainment

Newcomers Club of the Southwest Suburbs Web site ...........................................................................www.NewcomersMN.com

Dakota Valley Symphony Steve Ramsey ............................................................................................612-840-8681 Web site......................................................................... www.dakotavalleysymphony.org

Jordan Commercial Club Web site ..................................................................... www.jordancommercialclub.org

NOW – National Organization for Women-MN Valley Web site ...................................................................................www.now.org/chapters

Jordan Community Education and Recreation ......................................952-492-6211

Pheasants Forever of Scott County .........................................................651-773-2000 Web site ............................................................................. www.pheasantsforever.org

Jordan Lions Mike Harrington ...................................................................................952-492-6125 Jordaness Lions ........................................................................................952-492-3404 Jordan Valley Bike Tour Tim Bischke ..........................................................................................952-492-2088 Web site...................................................................................................www.jvbt.org Knights of Columbus..................................................... 952-492-2640 (church phone) LaLeche League Web site ....................................................................................www.lalecheleague.org League of Women Voters of MN .............................................................651-224-5445 Web site ..............................................................................................www.lwvmn.org Marine Corps League ..............................................................................952-445-2909 MN Deer Hunters Association Barb Breeggemann ................................................................................952-445-4396 Web site ...............................................................................www.mndeerhunters.com MN Landscape Arboretum Auxiliary Chaska ...................................................................................................952-443-1400 Web site .............................................................................. www.arboretum.umn.edu MN Valley National Wildlife Refuge 3815 E. American Blvd., Bloomington .................................................952-854-5900 Web site ...................................................................midwest.fws.gov/minnesotavalley MN Valley Riders Saddle Club Joyce Johnson ........................................................................................952-873-6495

Rainbow Animal Rescue .........................................................................952-440-3824 Relay for Life of Scott County Ruby Winings ..................................................................................... 952-445-6354 Web site ....................................................................................www.relayforlife.org River Valley Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club..........................................952-445-9130 Sandcreek Gray Beards (National Wild Turkey Federation) Web site ................................................................................................. www.nwtf.org Scott-Carver Threshers ...........................................................................952-492-2062 Scott County Fair Board Jim Luce ................................................................................................952-492-2436 Web site ................................................................................www.scottcountyfair.com Scott County Historical Society/Stans Museum 235 Fuller St. S., Shakopee ....................................................................952-445-0378 E-mail ............................................................................. info@scottcountyhistory.org Web site ............................................................................www.scottcountyhistory.org Shriners Club (West Suburban) Jim Snyder .............................................................................................952-473-8619 Scott County SNO-Trails, Inc. ...............................................................952-440-1003 St. Francis Auxiliary & Volunteers..........................................................952-428-2065 Toastmasters - Midday Mumblers ..........................................................952-906-6201 Email ................................................................................. help@middaymumblers.org Web site ......................................................................................... middaymumbler.org TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly Judy Menke ...........................................................................................952-492-6981

Prairie Farm Supply • Hubbard Feeds • Premium Feeds • Mol/Mix Liquid Feeds • Feedlot Equipment • Horse Feeds

• Pet Foods & Supplies • Bird Feeders • Bird Feed • Cargill Softener Salt

U of M Extension – Scott County ..........................................................952-492-5410 E-mail ..................................................................................... mnext-scott@umn.edu Web site .................................................................................www.extension.umn.edu V.F.W. Auxiliary Mary Jane LaPlant ................................................................................952-492-2674

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• LP Gas • Leased Tanks • LP Bottle Filling • Gasoline & Diesel • Fuel Oils • Bulk Delivery • Fertilizer & Chemicals • Farm & Home

Homeward Bound Theater......................................................................952-934-7295 E-mail ....................................................................... mail@homewardboundtheatre.org Web site............................................................................... homewardboundtheatre.org Prior Lake Players Mike Wartman ......................................................................................... 952-447-4485 Web site...............................................................................................www.plplayers.org

24-HOUR CARD ACTIVATED GASOLINE & DIESEL FUEL PUMP ISLAND

South Metro Chorale Tim Malone ..............................................................................................651-353-0150 Web site...............................................................................www.southmetrochorale.org

820 East Main Street – Belle Plaine, MN (952) 873-4244

South of the River Community Band Gary or Mary Jo Kneissel ..........................................................................952-894-7774 Stages Theatre Company 1111 Main St., Hopkins .......................................................................... 952-979-1111 Web site........................................................................................ www.stagestheatre.org The Valley Jazz Big Band Paul Swanson ............................................................................................952-556-3536

Studio Arts A Brush With Water Emily Anderson ........................................................................................952-496-0503 Minnesota Watercolor Society Carol Wingard ..........................................................................................952-942-7019 Scott County Crazy Quilters .................................................................952-445-0378 Upper Midwest Bead Society Web site.................................................................................................... www.umbs.org 225 Waterstreet Creative Arts Web site....................................................................................www.225waterstreet.com

Store Hours: Monday-Friday 8 AM-7 PM Saturday 8 AM-5 PM Sunday 10 AM-2 PM

Bird Food, Feeders & Accessories Pet Food, Treats & Accessories Horse Feed & Tack • Greenhouse Carhartt Outerwear for the Entire Family

Worship Friendship Church................................................................................. 952-447-8282 17741 Fairlawn Ave., Prior Lake and 12800 Marystown Rd., Shakopee Hope Lutheran Church (ELCA) 201 Avenue of Hope, Jordan ................................................................... 952-492-2099

Boy Scouts of America Northern Star Council .........................................................www.northernstarbsa.org

Iglesia del Agua Viva/Church of the Living Water 301 Varner St., Jordan .............................................................................. 952-457-9169

Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin River Valleys .......................800-845-0787 Web site...........................................................................................www.girlscoutsrv.org

Immanuel United Methodist Church 301 Varner St. N., Jordan ........................................................................ 952-492-6035

4-H Programs University of Minnesota Extension – Scott County Extension oversees the 4-H Program and can provide full information ....on both the program and exsiting clubs. U of M Extension – Scott County......................................................... 952-492-5410 E-mail ....................................................................................... mnext-scott@umn.edu Web site .................................................................................www.extension.umn.edu

Lydia Zion United Methodist Church 1026 E. 205th St., Jordan........................................................................ 952-492-2249 Web site .......................................................................................... www.lydiazion.com

Camp Fire U.S.A. ....................................................................................612-285-6255 E-mail ................................................................................ info@campfireusa-mn.org Web site ...............................................................................www.campfireusa-mn.org

The River Church of the Open Bible 616 Heritage Trail, Jordan ...................................................................... 952-492-2634 Web site ...................................................................... www.riverchurchopenbible.com

Camp Tanadoona .....................................................................................952-474-8085

Sand Creek Baptist Church 100 Hope Ave., Jordan .............................................................................952-492-3652 Web site ............................................................................... www.sandcreekbaptist.org

YMCA (MN Valley) 13850 Portland Ave. S., Burnsville ........................................................952-898-9622 Web site ..........................................................................................ymcatwincities.org

We Feed Them All!

Jordan Art Festival Kathy Mattson ..........................................................................................952-492-2306

Youth Organizations

YMCA Camp Camp Kici-Yapi .....................................................................................952-445-4700

115 West Church Street, Belle Plaine Downtown Belle Plaine

Performing Arts

(952) 873-3244 820 East Main Street, Belle Plaine, MN

River Rock Church Meets at 330 S. Market S., Belle Plaine..................................................952-873-5453 Web site ............................................................................... www.riverrockchurch.com

Co-op

Tire & Auto

Shepherd of the Lake Lutheran Church (ELCA) 3611 North Berens Rd. NW, Prior Lake ................................................952-230-2988 St. John the Baptist Catholic Church 313 E. 2nd St., Jordan ............................................................................. 952-492-2640

Job’s Daughters International Web site ................................................................................................ www.mnjd.org

St. Patrick Church of Cedar Lake 24425 Old Hwy. 13 Blvd., Jordan .......................................................... 952-492-6276

• Oil Changes • Brakes • Shocks • Alignments • All Your Tire Needs (Smallest to Largest)

To include your club or nonprofit organization in this listing, call 952-445-3333 or send an e-mail to agentile@swpub.com.

St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church (WELS) 100 6th St. W., Jordan............................................................................. 952-492-6303

(952) 873-3001

Tree of Life Church and Ministry Center 312 Water St., P.O. Box 254, Jordan ......................................................952-492-5277 Web site ............................................................................... www.treeoflifechurch.info

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