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Weekly and Monthly Events

Brain Injury Support Group
On the last Wednesday of each month there is a Brain Injury Support Group meeting from 7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M. at The Lighthouse. The address is 704 Norwood Street in Brainerd, MN. The purpose of these meetings is to share stories of living with a brain injury. They are for persons with a brain injury, their families, friends, and are open for all to attend. We provide coffee and cookies and there are no costs for persons who attend. No appointments necessary to attend and  persons with questions may call Meridith at 218-829-4492 or Russ at 218-763-3760.
 
MN Lyme Asso. Brainerd Lakes Chapter
The Minnesota Lyme Association Brainerd Lakes Chapter is operating a year round fundraiser to support it’s efforts in the fight against and the treatment of Lyme Disease.
 
Come and be a part of this effort at Papa’s Treasures of Hope, a Women’s Boutique and Thrift Shop located a 1/2 mile north of Pequot Lakes on Hwy 371.
 
Address is 4176 Langenbou Rd. Pequot Lakes. Hours Open are 10-4 Wed. to Sat. Volunteers always welcome.
 
Lyme support meetings are held every second Thursday of the month, 1:00 pm at Papa’s Treasures of Hope.

Lyme Disease Support Group
Monthly Lyme Disease Support Group meeting are the 2nd Thursdays of the month at 6 pm at the Trailside Center in Pequot Lakes. Everyone is welcome and the meetings are free.

May is Lyme Disease awareness month. We will have a garden flag available to buy for showing support for the life changing disease of Lyme. Contact Judy at 218 543-4945 for more information.
 
Tuesdays: Circle of Parents free community based support groups for parents and their children
Circle of Parents is a parent support group that is open to all families in the Pequot Lakes area. Based on the statewide Circle of Parent program model the local program is free and open to all families. The Pequot Lakes Circle of Parents group meets on Tuesday evenings from 6:00 to 7:30 pm at the Trailside Center. Free childcare is available.

During the once a week meetings, parents come together to exchange insights into common parenting challenges. The program is free, confidential, nonjudgmental and designed to promote positive parenting skills. To find out more about the Pequot Lakes Circle of Parent group, call Joan at (218) 821-6429. The philosophy behind Circle of Parents is sharing ideas, sharing support. Parents in the lakes area do not have to feel alone with their parenting concerns, please call or drop in for the weekly discussion.
 
Bereavement/Family Support Group
The Bereavement / Family Support Group will meet the third Thursday of each month, at 4 pm, at the Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Crosslake. For more information, please call Donna Keiffer 218-821-1158.
 
Outing Volunteer Library
Monday 10 am - 2 pm
Tuesday 1 pm - 4 pm
Wednesday 3-5 pm
Thursday 1-5 pm
Friday 9 am - 1 pm
Saturday 10 am - 1 pm
 
Crosslake Bereavement Group
Crosslake Evangelical Free Church “Log Church” Monday’s at 6:30 p.m. Meet in the church, use the back entrance. This is a local support group for those who have lost a loved one. Contact Jean Young 218-692-1854 if you have questions.
 
Pequot Lakes - Breezy Point Lions
The Pequot Lakes - Breezy Point Lions Club meets the second Monday of the month at the Pelican Lakes Conservation Club at 5:30 pm. All visitors welcome. For more information call 218-838-8002 or visit plbplionsclub. com or send an email to info@plbplionsclub.com.
 
Monday, Wednesday & Friday: Adult Exercise Program - Emily
FREE low-impact exercise program for men and women at the new City Hall in Emily on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9AM-10AM. (Note: Must sign waiver for City of Emily for use of city facility.)
 
Emily Food Shelf
The Emily Area Food Shelf regular hours are on the third Wednesday of the month from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. The additional day, will be the following Thursday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. for those who are unable to pick-up at the regular time. For more information contact Nancy Moritz, 218 763-3097.
 
Cuyuna Iron Range Riders
We are a family style ATV club located in the Crosby /Ironton area. We are dedicated to responsible riding for all ages, youth safety training and trail ambassadorship. We plan activities centered around riding in Minnesota’s great outdoors.

The Cuyuna Iron Range Riders club has been activity in the Cuyuna Range community since 2004. We volunteer our time to host youth safety training and trail ambassadorship. We are actively pursuing grant in aid trails in Crow Wing County. The club offers memberships to anyone interested in trail riding and exploring nature. For more information, go online to www.cuyunaironrangeriders.com or contact club President Russ Heittola at 825-0441 or email heittola@brainerd.net and visit us on Facebook. Join the fun and camaraderie-become a member today!
 
Local Area AA groups
The Emily-Outing AA group meets in Emily each Sunday at the Emily Wesleyan Church 40141 Hwy 6 in Emily. Meeting time is at 4 pm. Call Rich at 218 792-5881 for more information.

The Crosslake AA and Alonon meet every Monday at 7 pm at the Crosslake Lutheran Church, information call 692-4113

The Crosslake AA also meets Tuesday night at 7 pm at the Crosslake Presbyterian Church, information call 692-1845.

Officers are Justina Richter, President; Margie Young, Vice President; Sandi Day, Secretary; and Larry Embertson, Treasurer. Support group meetings are held the first Monday of every month at Lord of Life Lutheran Church in Baxter from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. For more information, contact Justina at 218- 963-7421, or Margie at 218-829-3509.

Cass County Triad
Cass County Triad is a community- based partnership between senior citizens and law enforcement. The goal of Triad is to reduce criminal victimization of the elderly and to enhance communications between senior citizens and law enforcement. If you are interested in learning more about Triad, please call Pauline with the Cass County Sheriff’s Office at 218-547-7308.

Triad meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Hackensack Senior Center. Lunch is available at noon with the meeting at 1 p.m. All are welcome!
 
Brainerd Lakes Limbs & Things support group for Amputees
Brainerd Lakes Limbs & Things is a support group being organized by Tim and Mindy Speldrich working with Amputees and local professionals to help Amputees over limb loss and family questions and struggles.

“We have been inspired by the number of people who have spoken to us since sharing our journey with the community in recent articles,” said Tim Speldrich, a below the knee (BK) amputee for 20 years and an above the knee (AK) amputee for more than 9 years. “Mindy and I have been married for 20 years and have supported one another through all things.”

Amputees and families are welcome to come to Essentia Health-St. Joseph’s Medical Center at 6:30 p.m. on the 1st Monday of every month in the Kerst Meeting Room located in the lower level.

For more information contact Tim at timspeldrich@gmail.com or (218) 838-8431; or Mindy at speldrichm@yahoo.com or (218) 839-1488.
 
Narrows Community Church Clothes Closet
The Clothes Closet at the Narrows Community Church in Outing in open from 8 am to 12 noon on the second and fourth Saturday of every month. The church is located at 6297 Wood Bay Drive in Outing. For more information call 218-792-5530.


Brainerd Gamblers Anonymous Monday Night Meetings
Gamblers Anonymous meetings in Brainerd at 7 pm on Monday nights at the St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 408 N. 7th Street, Brainerd. Contact person is Sheila at 218 820-5903.

Tuesdays and Thursdays: City of Emily Yoga Classes

Introductory yoga classes will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. in the Emily City Hall gym.
 
Mondays - Wednesdays: Crosslake Tennis
The Crosslake Parks Department is seeking tennis players. Come join our program and play on the nicest courts in the Brainerd Lakes Area. We offer mixed doubles on Mondays and Tuesdays from 9-11. Wednesdays from 9-11 is our women only session. If you like tennis and would like to see expanded tennis offerings please let us know.

Stop by the Community Center to register or call us with suggestions 692-4271.
 
Tennis in Emily
If you are interested in joining the Emily tennis group, call Milt at 218-792-5786 or Mary Jo at 218-763-2648 for more information, or just show up on any Monday, Wednesday and/or Friday morning at 9 AM for mixed doubles; great tennis fun and exercise. We have a great group of players! The courts are located on County Road 1 just west of Highway 6 in Emily.
 
Tuesdays: Wanted: a Few Good Readers for the Crosslake Literary Huddle
The Crosslake Literary Huddle is a read-aloud discussion group that focuses exclusively on selections from the great literature of the world, from Shakespeare to Dickinson to Camus. The Huddle provides an opportunity to learn and enjoy literature in a relaxed, supportive group of interested readers. We meet every Tuesday morning from 9 –11 at the Crosslake Presbyterian Church, 14444 Daggett Pine Road. When finished, we always lunch at a local restaurant. Other than buying a book now and then, there is no cost to participate. If you  love literature and the stimulation that comes from reading and discussing it with others, please join us. For additional information call Joe Albrecht at 218 562-5073.

Crosslake Clothes Closet Announces Summer Hours
Crosslake: the Clothes Closet at 37560 Ox Lake Landing announces its summer hours as the 1st and 3rd Thursdays from 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The closet will not be open Tuesday mornings during the summer months of June, July or August. The Closet offers clothing and shoes for men, women and children, some small appliances, kitchen items, knick-knacks, etc at no charge! Donations are accepted during business hours. For information please call Dodo Fraser at 218-692-4056 or Arlyn Carlson at 218-543-6509.

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June Events

June 30: Why You Should Have a Will
Do you have a will? Does it need updating? Emily United Methodist Church is sponsoring a free Wills Workshop for area residents on Tuesday, June 30, 4:00- 5:30 PM. The public is invited.

The workshop will cover these topics: why a will is important; what to cover in your will; how you can have a will prepared. Led by Wills Awareness Consultant, Val Walker, of The Minnesota United Methodist Foundation, the workshop is offered as a community education service. There will be no solicitation.

Why should you have a will? A will is a valuable life statement for you, your family and others. A will brings order and direction to the distributions of your assets. A will protects children and other dependents. It may prevent family anxiety and conflict. By your will you direct the transfer of your personal goods and possessions. A will can also provide for charitable gifts.

The church is located at Hwy 6 and Co. Rd 1 across from the Emily US Post Office. Please address any inquiries to Frank Smith (218-763-2133) or Dan Klement (djklement@means.net or 218-566-2220).

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July Events

July: Red Cross urges blood donations to maintain summer blood supply
The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to give blood in the weeks surrounding Independence Day to help ensure a sufficient blood supply now and throughout the summer.

Many summer activities, such as vacations and travel, cause frequent blood donors to be less available to give during the summer. However, hospital patients still depend on volunteer donors to receive lifesaving transfusions – the need for blood does not get a vacation.

To encourage more people to donate around Independence Day, all those who come out to donate blood July 2-6, 2015, will receive a Red Cross embroidered hat, while supplies last.

Eligible donors are encouraged to choose their day to make a difference. Donors of all blood types – especially those with types O negative, A negative and B negative – are needed. To make an appointment to give blood, download the Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

Upcoming blood donation opportunities:
Aitkin
Aitkin
7/6/2015: 12 p.m. - 6 p.m., Westside Church, 810 Second St. NW
7/7/2015: 12 p.m. - 6 p.m., Westside Church, 810 Second St. NW

Palisade
7/9/2015: 12 p.m. - 6 p.m., Palisade Assembly of God Church, 209 3rd St. N.

Crow Wing
Baxter
7/11/2015: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m., Pointway Church, 7756 Highland Scenic Road
7/14/2015: 12 p.m. - 5 p.m., Lord of Life Lutheran Church, 6190 Fairview Road

Crosslake
7/8/2015: 12 p.m. - 6 p.m., Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church, 35208 County Road 37

Pequot Lakes
7/10/2015: 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Pequot Lakes High School, 30805 Olson St.

How to donate blood
Simply download the American Red Cross Blood Donor App, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733- 2767) to make an appointment or for more information. All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. A blood donor card or driver’s license or two other forms of identification are required at check-in. Individuals who are 17 years of age (16 with parental consent in some states), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood. High school students and other donors 18 years of age and younger also have to meet certain height and weight requirements.

About the American Red Cross
The American Red Cross shelters, feeds and provides emotional support to victims of disasters; supplies about 40 percent of the nation’s blood; teaches skills that save lives; provides international humanitarian aid; and supports military members and their families. The Red Cross is a not-for-profit organization that depends on volunteers and the generosity of the American public to perform its mission. For more information, please visit redcross.org or visit us on Twitter at @RedCross.
 
July: Fireworks Displays
July 3: Pequot Lakes Fireworks, High School, dusk

July 3: Crosslake's 45th Annual Fireworks Display, Crosslake, dusk

July 3-4: Stars & Stripes Days: Parade at Noon Saturday, Pequot Lakes

July 4: Rush Lake (WF) boat parade 11am, starts from behind Anchor Point peninsula

July 4: Crosby Fire Dept. Annual 4th of July Celebration

July 4: Fireworks, Lawrence Lake, Outing, dusk July 4: Outing Street Dance, Land O’ Lakes Marine downtown Outing 7pm

July 4: Grandpa’s Run for the Walleye, Crosslake Community Center

July 4: RALALA Boat Parade 1pm meet at entrance to Woods Bay

July 4: Reading of the Declaration of Independence
The annual Reading of the Declaration of Independence will be held at the Fairfield Town Hall on Saturday, July 4, 2015, at 9:00 a.m. Fairfield Town Hall is located approximately 15 miles north of Crosby or 5 miles south of Emily on Highway 6 just north of the intersection of State Highway 6 and County Road 36.

Start your holiday by acknowledging the document that established our independence as a nation no longer under colonial rule. There will also be a short program of patriotic readings and singing with light refreshments to follow. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend.


July 4: Kayak Opportunities at Crosslake CampgroundsPresented by Crosslake Park & Recreation and Wind, Water & Wheels.
Location: Beach at US Army Corp Campground in CrosslakeDates: Saturdays – July 4th, 18th, August 1st, 15th, 29th and September 12thTime: 10:30 amCost: Free!Register: To Sign up call: 651-290-5793
 
July 6-10: FREE Water Safety & Swim Lessons for children ages 5 & up Sponsored by Whitefish Chain Yacht Club
Swimming instruction focuses on Lake Safety. Located at the Corps of Engineers Campground in Crosslake.

REGISTER TODAY!
For more details and how to Register: Go to www.wcyc.info or contact Certified Instructor Vickey Leonard 218-543-4380
Swimming Lessons - Session 1 - July 6-10
Swimming Lessons - Session 2 - July 13-17
Swimming Lessons - Session 3 - July 22-24


July 7: Outing Seniors’ Club
The Outing Seniors will hold one of their special potluck dinners on July 7, 2015 at 5:00 PM in the Crooked Lake Township Hall in Outing, MN. A short business meeting will precede the potluck. Bring a dish to share and your own table ware. Deserts will be provided. Membership in the Outing Seniors Club is open to all seniors 55 and older. For more information contact Club President Loraine Dorn at 218-792-5954.

July 8: Blood Drive
Crosslake Blood Drive (American Red Cross) hosted by Immaculate Heart Church on Wednesday, July 8 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Double Red appointments available, walk ins welcome. For appointment call Sharon at 218-851-3263 or Jeanne at 218-763-4455. Please bring photo ID or Donor Card.
 
July 8: Blood Drive
Crosslake Blood Drive (American Red Cross) hosted by Immaculate Heart Church on Wednesday, July 8 from 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM. Double Red appointments available, walk ins welcome. For appointment call Sharon at 218-851-3263 or Jeanne at 218-763-4455. Please bring photo ID or Donor Card.


July 9: Treating Cancer
“The Power of Complementary and Alternative Approaches in Treating Cancer” will be presented by Licensed Psychologist Ken Fogal, M.S., at Cuyuna Regional Medical Center’s Women’s Cancer Support Group on Thursday, July 9, from 2 to 3:30 p.m. in the hospital’s Ambulatory Services Conference Room located at 320 East Main Street in Crosby.

Facilitated by Clinical Nurse Educator Lisa Slepica, R.N., and Oncology Care Coordinator Christine Roy, R.N., the group is open to women who are newly diagnosed, undergoing treatment and post treatment. It is an opportunity to share and support one another, to listen and learn. A new topic is discussed each month.

Registration is not required and there is no cost to attend. Groups are scheduled the second Thursday of each month. For more information, call 218-546-4319 or 218-546-4302.
 
July 10: “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown” Opens in Pequot Lakes
The recognizable to comic strip fans Peanuts characters: Charlie Brown, Lucy Van Pelt, Snoopy, Linus Van Pelt, Schroeder and Sally Brown share an event filled day with you in the production of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. The cast of young adult actors will lead you through their character’s day with music, dance and action.

The eager, ever hopeful, everybody’s good friend Charlie Brown tries to do many things but generally fails in his endeavors. Bossy Lucy is judgmental and imagines that she is a great beauty. Underneath everything Lucy is really a good friend to Charlie Brown. Snoopy the smart, sophisticated beagle is obsessed with the Red Baron and with his supper dish. Linus Van Pelt is Lucy’s little brother. Linus is naïve, impressionable and carries as his constant companion a blanket. Schroeder is an intellectual and classical musician. Schroeder is Lucy’s reluctant love object. Sally Brown is Charlie Brown’s feisty, sassy little sister. Together this group of friends is a familiar cast of characters that will share with you a joyous, family-friendly eventful day in the performances of You’re A Good Man Charlie Brown.

The show is a very busy event filled day for the Charlie Brown and friends. The action includes a baseball game, a book report, a rehearsal of the Glee Club, supper time, the flying of a kite and time for analysis by the Doctor (Lucy). Musical selections include Snoopy’s razz a ma tazz rendition of “Suppertime”, along with songs about “The Kite” and "The Doctor Is In”.

Call 218 – 568-9200 to reserve your tickets for one of the six performances of You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown. The show opens on Friday, July 10th with at 7:30 pm performance on the theater stage of the Pequot Lakes High School located at 30805 Olson Street in Pequot Lakes. Other dates and show times are July 11, 15, 16 and 17 at 7:30 pm. There is one matinee show on Sunday, July 12 at 2:00 pm. Tickets are sold at the door starting one hour before show time. For additional information visit the Greater Lakes Area Performing Arts / Pequot Lakes Community Theater website at www.glapa.info

This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Five Wings Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.


July 15: Crosslake Area Garden Club
Our club meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 1:00 p.m. at the Crosslake Community Center. For more information contact Jayne at 218-763-1222.

July 15: Tour Emily Member's Gardens. Meeting time and place to be determined at a later date but mark your calendars so you don't miss out!

August 19: "Growing Lilies" Presenter: Nancy Koch, Northwedge Nursery

September 16: "Moon Gardening" Presenter: Jennifer Knutson Garden Club Member Plant Exchange

July 16 - August 20: “Flying High”: Summer Club at the Crosslake Area Library
Time to register for Summer Club at the Crosslake Area Library! Again this summer the library will offer this fun six-week program for kids in grades K-5. Participants enjoy super entertainment, and check out books at the library to track their reading each week, earning great incentives.

This year the theme is “Flying High” and entertainment will include the famous Raptor Program from the U of M, fun making and flying kites with a master, and a Rocket expert who will present and launch live rockets with us! There will also be the return of our hilarious Magician and a special program on everything about Bees!!

Everyone gets a T-shirt, a free book, and prizes. The Club will meet Thursday mornings from July 16th to August 20th. Kids in grades K-2 will meet from 9-10:15, and older grades will meet from 10:15-11:30.

A minimal fee covers all six weeks plus a shirt! Class size is limited. Please register at the Crosslake Community Center or Library now! Questions, call the library at 218-692-7323 (READ).

July 18: Night Under The Stars gala
The 12th annual Night Under the Stars gala, fundraiser for Camp Knutson, is set for Saturday, July 18, 2015. Join us for a jazzy evening starting at 4:30 PM on the beautiful Camp Knutson grounds. Enjoy a beverage from the wine bar and appetizers served by camp counselors as jazz music flows through the trees. Bid on exceptional silent auction items in the camp dining hall from 4:30P – 6:30P. The dinner value of your ticket is $35, the remainder is tax deductible.

Tickets for “All That Jazz” go on sale June 2nd and include the wine bar, silent auction and a special sit down dinner catered by Jason Freeman:

“Lena Horne” Sponsorship - $75 per person; “Ella Fitzgerald” Sponsorship - $150 per person; “Duke Ellington” Sponsorship - $300 per person, includes VIP parking; “Louis Armstrong” Sponsorship - $5000 for a table of 8, includes VIP parking; Silent Auction only - $30 per person

Camp Knutson is a non-profit organization providing camping experiences for special needs
kids including autism, Down syndrome, heart disease, severe skin disorders and families affected by HIV and AIDS. Reserve your tickets online at www.campkfriends.com. Click on Night Under the Stars. Any questions, please contact Sharon Elmquist at 218-692-1142 or email elms@crosslake.net. Seating is limited so please act quickly!
 
July 18: Monarch Butterfly Release at 3:00 p.m. Pelican Woods Cemetery and Nature Trail at Breezy Point
Bring your lawn chair and camera for pictures of the real butterflies and the “larger than life” model butterfly.

All children present are invited to be in the parade to the wildflower meadow before the 11th annual release.

Refreshments – No Admission Fee - Rain or Shine!

Butterflies are available for purchase at the Breezy Point City Hall. For details and butterfly order forms: www.cityofbreezypointmn.us

Contact City Hall to reserve (218) 562-4441

July 21: Outing Library News
Outing Volunteer Library is offering 2 new programs. Ellen Leger volunteered to start a book club. The first book to read is on July 21st at 10:00 at the library. The selected book to read is “The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society” by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. They started with 8 members and welcome anyone else that would like to participate to come on July 21st having read the book.

We also have a Kids Only Reading Club through age 18. Pick up a list at the library and list 15 books you’ve read this summer. Upon completion and bringing the list to the library, you will get a ticket for a free ice cone at Owls N’ Things. Thank you to Amy and Wayne Jorgenson for participating so graciously.

A big thank you to Meri Lysne for suggesting to Vern Underdahl’s family that they donate a nice display of Bill Jackman’s woodworking skills with a collection of several trucks and a logging truck that were on display at Vern’s Café to our library. Come in and see them; many people have shown a lot of interest in seeing them.

We have some new puzzles for the little ones. Nine children came to story time last Saturday.

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August Events

August 1: Bridges of Hope’s “Run for Hope” – Go for the GLOW
Bridges of Hope, a Lakes Area nonprofit, is announcing their 3rd Annual Run for Hope this Summer: “Go for the GLOW!” The 5k glow run will take place at the Northland Arboretum on Saturday, August 1st at 8:30 p.m. Music and pre-race activities will begin at 6:30 p.m. with a kids’ 1K at 7:30. The evening will be conclude with music & awards at 9:15.

Registration for the Run for Hope is now open at: runforhope.itsyourrace. com. Participants can register to run or walk in the 5k for an early bird rate of just $30 before July 1 or for $35 after that deadline. Registration for the 5K includes race participation, t-shirt, and a commemorative race bib.

Prizes will be awarded to top finishers in each age group and to individuals and teams with the “Best Glow;” those with the most creative glow attire.

Children 12 and under who wish to participate in the 1K fun run can register for just $10 which includes a t-shirt.

Jana Shogren, Bridges of Hope’s Executive Director, shares, “We were amazed at the turnout last year! We are excited to be working with Karma Race Management this year. They designed a new, improved race course for us and are timing the event.”

Sponsors for the event include Anderson Insurance Agency, Faster Solutions, Good Samaritan Society, Insty Prints, Lakewood Health System, Minneapolis Heart Institute, Nystrom & Associates,  td, Park Avenue School of Cosmetology, Thrivent Financial, and Weichert REALTORS/Tower Properties. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Contact Jana at 218-825-7682.

All proceeds from the event benefit those served through Bridges of Hope’s programs. More than 2,400 households in Crow Wing County & surrounding communities benefited from these services in 2014. Bridges of Hope is a faith-based nonprofit organization and has been serving the Lakes Area for 13 years.

August 23: Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association First Annual Golf Tournament
(PEQUOT LAKES, MN) – Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association invites you to its first annual golf tournament scheduled for Sunday, August 23 with a shotgun start at 1:00 pm. The golf tournament is hosted by Deacon’s Lodge in Breezy Point.

The event’s proceeds will be used to pay for a dehumidification system at the Hallett Community Center, which is one of the two arenas utilized by the association.

To register or sponsor the event, please go to www.northernlakeslightning. com and click on the Fundraising Golf Event link.

About Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association
The Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork and self-confidence.

The Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) volunteer-driven organization servicing 250 youth in the school districts and communities Aitkin, Crosby-Ironton, Crosslake, Pequot Lakes and Pine River-Backus.

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