We Are Happy To Announce Our Next Event!


hosted by former Survivor contestant Holly Hoffman
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 from 5:30 to 6:15 p.m. CST

The Finale of Season 40 of “Survivor: Winners at War” will be on Wednesday, May 13th! 
Join Us for a Zoom call with former Survivor contestant Holly Hoffman just before that airs!

Holly Hoffman was the last woman standing on Season 21 of CBS’ hit reality show “Survivor: Nicaragua”. She now travels the U.S. speaking for all types of organizations. Hear about her experience on Survivor, what she learned from it, and how she applies it to her life today! As a Survivor fan we know there are questions you’ve always wished you could ask someone about BEHIND THE SCENES! You’ll have the opportunity to submit your questions to Holly during the call!

Regular Tickets to this Live Zoom Event are $10.00.
VIP Tickets include an autographed copy of Holly Hoffman’s book “The Winner Within” sent to your home: $30.00 (which sponsors a school!)

Within 24 hours after you purchase your ticket you will receive an email with the Zoom call instructions!

100% of proceeds will go toward the Lyme Awareness MN project of putting two tick safety children’s books into every elementary school library in the state of Minnesota!

Questions?  Email


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Taco Tuesday, Margaritas, Crafts, and Fighting Lyme!

Date: Tuesday March 24, 2020 Tuesday, August 18, 2020
Time: 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.
Location: Board and Brush in Woodbury, MN

Join us for tacos and margaritas, and create an awesome project that YOU choose!
OVER 400 Projects to choose from!
To Register & Pick Your Project: Click HERE AND ENTER CODE: LAMN

To Download the Event Flyer click HERE

Proceeds will go toward our Elementary Library project!
Questions? Email

We are raising funds to teach kids about tick safety and Lyme disease. Our goal is to put two different tick safety children’s books into every elementary school library in the state of Minnesota. The books are "Nick the No Good, Icky Tick" and "Grace and Scout". There are 1049 elementary school libraries in Minnesota.

If you’d like to help raise awareness and sponsor an elementary school to receive these two books for their library, CLICK HERE ($30 donation) OR CLICK HERE to donate to multiple libraries (You select donation amount). You can even decide which elementary school you sponsor! Together we will make a difference!

Some Facts About Lyme Disease

Lyme disease is caused by a spirochete, a corkscrew-shaped bacterium called Borrelia burgdorferi. Often called "The Great Imitator," the symptoms of Lyme often mimic other diseases. Lyme disease can affect virtually any bodily organ, including the brain and nervous system, muscles and joints, even the heart.

The most often way to contract Lyme is from the bite of a nymphal, or immature tick. Because they are the size of a poppy seed, nymphs are so tiny and their bite so painless that many people do not even realize they have been bitten. A tick can bite you and move on without imbedding itself in your skin. In fact, not every case of Lyme disease results in the often typical "bullseye" rash.

The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) estimates that 300,000 people are diagnosed with Lyme disease each year in the US.

The real number of cases is much higher because 50% of negative test results are a false negative when standard tests are used.

Lyme disease affects people of all ages and is found throughout the United States and in sixty other countries.

Because Lyme disease can often be difficult to diagnose, many people who actually have Lyme may be misdiagnosed with other conditions.