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Come and sip a cup of freshly brewed coffee, tea or hot chocolate enjoy freshly baked cookies and cinnamon rolls, while visiting with your loved one. The shop offers a great opportunity to gather just as if it were on main street in your hometown. Play cards, shop, visit. The coffee pot is always on and the coffee is FREE!
Shop for candy, ice cream treats and soft drinks to satisfy your sweet tooth without even having to step outside. Enjoy a light lunch, sandwiches, soup and salads and on Tuesday and Thursday, special lunches that satisfy your tasted buds. Call ahead to find out what the days special 763-441-1213 Ext. 4306
The shop offers a wide variety of gifts in a wide variety of price ranges. The gift selection changes frequently and includes jewelry, cards, home décor, mementos, and more..
Residents enjoy shopping for that special something for special occasions such as birthdays, new babies, graduations and weddings.
The Gift and Treat shop is staff by dedicated volunteers who are glad to greet you with a smile!
Stacy Lindgren is the new Volunteer Coordinator at Guardian Angels Care Center. She has had a lot of varied experience with volunteers in her career. She worked with the Red Cross, the Cancer Society, and has directed many events for many different nonprofit organizations as they fundraise for their causes. Recently she worked in the nursing home in Bagley, MN as the social worker. Working for Penney’s in their visual design department gives Stacy a great eye for setting displays in the gifts shop. Stacy is also the liaison for our GACC Auxiliary and the coordinator for the coffee shop. Stacy enjoys the feeling of being at Guardian Angels and the warm welcome that she has received.
Marlene Cloutier is the new Gift Shop Coordinator/Buyer at Guardian Angles Care Center. She has already found some unique and different items for our shop. Her main goal is to keep the prices low with quality, useful, and fun stock! Of course there always has to be a few items that are the show pieces! Marlene comes from a background of working in shops. She assisted her sister for several years in the Flower Shop in Zimmerman helping to buy gift items, display, and arrange flowers. She also worked for many years at the hardware store in Zimmerman where she displayed the gift items, helped to buy them, and did inventory. She also loves the atmosphere of working at GACC and feels such a warm welcome from all of the staff, residents, and families.