“We joined SCCA to learn from and work with other successful businesses in the Seward neighborhood.”
SCCA Member: Jim Welna, Welna II Hardware

Monthly Archives: October, 2014

October Business Buzz

Co-op Creamery Renovation

Co-op Creamery Renovation

Renovation of the new Seward Co-op Creamery building at the corner of 26th Avenue and East Franklin is in high gear. Crews are adding a new elevator shaft on the east side of the building for the ADA accessible elevator. Staff have been busy relocating the Co-op’s administrative offices to the 2nd floor. The main floor will house the expanded meat and bakery production facilities, as well as a café along … More

Creating Healthy Communities

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Each day in Minneapolis, less than one third of adults actually consume their recommended servings of fruits and vegetables. In light of the existing health disparities among low-income areas and communities of color – who experience disproportionately higher rates of obesity and other chronic health conditions – public health is a high priority for the City of Minneapolis. Some of the factors associated with these disparities include: transportation barriers, higher prices of fresh … More