New garden in Minnetonka

Opportunity Partners President & CEO George Klauser greets guests at the Aug. 28 dedication of Gunderson Garden at the Minnetonka nonprofit disability provider. The garden, which features an amphitheater, raised gardens, pergola and picnic area, was named for the late Bob Gunderson, an 18-year board member and strong advocate of Opportunity Partners' mission to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Gunderson Garden will serve as an outdoor classroom, performance space and social area. (Submitted photo by Lauren B photography)

Opportunity Partners President & CEO George Klauser greets guests at the Aug. 28 dedication of Gunderson Garden at the Minnetonka nonprofit disability provider. The garden, which features an amphitheater, raised gardens, pergola and picnic area, was named for the late Bob Gunderson, an 18-year board member and strong advocate of Opportunity Partners’ mission to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. Gunderson Garden will serve as an outdoor classroom, performance space and social area. (Submitted photo by Lauren B photography)

Beth Gunderson, right, hugs her daughter Anna following the dedication of Opportunity Partners’ new Gunderson Garden. (Submitted photo by Lauren B photography)

Beth Gunderson, right, hugs her daughter Anna following the dedication of Opportunity Partners’ new Gunderson Garden. (Submitted photo by Lauren B photography)

Beth Gunderson and her mother-in-law Zim Gunderson walk toward the ribbon cutting of the new Gunderson Garden. The garden was named for Beth’s late husband Bob Gunderson, an advocate for people with disabilities. (Submitted photo by Lauren B photography)

Beth Gunderson and her mother-in-law Zim Gunderson walk toward the ribbon cutting of the new Gunderson Garden. The garden was named for Beth’s late husband Bob Gunderson, an advocate for people with disabilities. (Submitted photo by Lauren B photography)

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