Grab Tickets Now For Huge Vikings Watch Party In Rochester, MN With Former Player!
Back for a 2nd year in Southeast Minnesota is a huge party at Chip Shops with a very special guest! If you love the Vikings, THIS is the party for you.
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Vikings fans, don't sit at home on November 5th to watch the game on your super small TV. Grab tickets now to watch the Vikings at Chip Shots...and watch the game with a former Vikings player!
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The huge event is happening Sunday, November 5th from 12:00 pm until 4:00 pm at Chip Shots, and here's everything that is happening at the big party:
- The Vikings game will be on and you can enjoy that with Marcus Sherels!
- Pickleball Team Challenge for the Rochester SMASH Cup
- Longest Drive Competition
- Simulator Game Competitions
- Silent Auction
- And More
The cost is just $50 which includes admission, a buffet lunch, and optional participation in the pickleball tournament.
Not only will you have an amazing day of fun but proceeds will benefit EA Therapeutic Health in their quest to ensure equitable access to specialized health and wellness services for all children and adults living with neurological or physical disabilities in our community.
What Is EA Therapeutic Health in Rochester, Minnesota?
Next time you drive on North Broadway by Bowlocity, keep your eyes on the road but glance quickly and see if you can find the building in the photo above. It's located at 2530 N. Broadway Ave. and it is called EA Therapeutic Health. (If you need directions to EA Therapeutic Health, I'll help you out...you can find it here.). Most people don't know this but they also have space in one of the buildings next door too!
Inside these buildings are rooms and talented people who are helping change lives each and every day. Here's a little bit about their story:
In 2009, founder and CEO, Melanie Brennan, PT, DPT, identified a problem that needed to be solved – people of all ages with neurologic or medical conditions that impacted their physical mobility, cognitive awareness, and overall health were being dismissed much too soon from beneficial therapy services after life-changing diagnoses or neurologic injury due to arbitrary health insurance coverage issues. Because the decision to end services is made by lacking health insurance as the primary reason, their needs, and potential for benefit from ongoing rehabilitation were being ignored.
A safe and affordable place was needed in the community for people to go to continue their recovery to optimal health and independence that was accessible with advanced rehabilitation technologies, accessible adaptive equipment, and knowledgeable therapy and adaptive wellness staff. Melanie set to work to build a nonprofit company with this goal, and in 2011, ExercisAbilities was born. The organization was just rebranded as EA Therapeutic Health.
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