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Chamber Cafe is Thursday [UPDATED]

Published 10:22am Monday, March 11, 2013 Updated 12:24pm Monday, March 11, 2013

“Chamber Cafe” is a bi-monthly casual gathering where you will find out what’s going on “behind the scenes” in the community. Chamber Cafe, a bi-monthly informational and networking gathering, is planned from 7:30 to 9 a.m. Thursday, at Otter Tail Telcom/Park Region Telephone, located at 230 W. Lincoln Ave., corner of Lincoln Ave. and Union Ave. in Fergus Falls. Parking/access available behind in addition to street.

Refreshments will be served.

Cost is $3 for Chamber members ($8 general public), hear brief updates from education, healthcare, Chamber members, major employers, non profits.

On the March agenda:

• Tim Brinkman, Otter Tail Telcom/Park Region Telephone

• Mary Phillipe, United Way of Otter Tail County

• Carolyn Glesne, Fergus Area College Foundation

• Erin Smith, FF Public Library

• Gretchen Boyum, Kaddatz Galleries

• Mary Ryan, M State — Custom Training

• Wayne Stender, Hillcrest Lutheran Academy

• Jean Bowman, Convention and Visitors Bureau

• Kevin Johanson, LPL Financial — NEW Chamber Member

• Robbyn Navatto, Tavern 59 — Pebble Lake Golf Club

• Michael Burgraff, A Center for the Arts

• Barb Miller and Zoe Alaboud, Lake Region Healthcare

• Chris Scheulke, Otter Tail Co. Historical Society

• Mark Masten, Fergus Falls Public Schools

For more information call 218-736-6951 or email: Fees/Admission: $3 Chamber Members, $8 General Public.


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