Sojourn Stories

Sojourn Spotlight – Vicki Harger


In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), Sojourn is recognizing and celebrating Sojourners who are working or looking for work. Across the street from Vicki Harger’s childhood home in Golden Valley, MN was a nursing home. She dreamed of working there when she grew up. Despite a brain injury as a teen, Vicki […]



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Sojourn Spotlight – Karyn Roesler


In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM), Sojourn is recognizing and celebrating Sojourners who are working or looking for work. Long-time Sojourner Karyn Roesler was ready for a change. After a long stint at the Adult Training and Habilitation Center (ATHC) recycling facility, Karyn wanted to find a job of her own. With […]



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Sojourn Spotlight – Purple Art for Alzheimer’s


The gift of art is very powerful. Many people think of art as a talent, creativity or passion. While this stands true, art can also be a therapeutic medium for calmness and peace. In honor of the Twin Cities Walk to End Alzheimer’s in September, our Sojourner’s came together and created a purple memory wall, […]



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Sojourn Spotlight – Sally Hebson


Thirty-three years of love, passion and great days! Sally Hebson, owner and founder of Sojourn is honored to be celebrating many memories, learning experiences and strides of growth made over the years. From being a Registered Nurse, keeping all facilities up and running, and making a difference in people’s lives, Sally has always had a […]



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Sojourn Spotlight – Cody Edwards


Cabins, canoes and campfires too! Cody had a great time at True Friends camp last week. With many memories and successes, Cody was excited to share his experience. Here were a few of Cody’s favorite things! (to the tune of “My Favorite Things”)   Tubing and singing And of course, there’s canoeing Cabins and campfires […]



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