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The Park Rapids Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce is the region’s largest membership-driven organization representing the interests of over 300 businesses and individuals.

News for Chamber

Monday, December 11, 2017
Dignity Health and Catholic Health Initiatives to Combine to Form New Catholic Health System Focused on Creating Healthier Communities New Organization to Preserve and Expand Access to Quality Care Geographically Complementary Facilities Across 28 States  ENGLEWOOD, Colo. and SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – December 7, 2017 – Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), the parent company of CHI St. Joseph’s more
Categories: Chamber, Health/Wellness, Community
Tuesday, November 28, 2017
We are currently taking on new Accounting and Payroll Clients! Please contact us for a free consultation!Cupkie Accounting & Tax Service (218) 732-8808 322 Main Ave South Suite 2 Park Rapids, MN 56470
Categories: Community, General News Article, Chamber, Economic
Monday, November 20, 2017
Second award the GigaZone Gaming Championship has received in 2017 Paul Bunyan Communications’ GigaZone Gaming Championship, the first stadium-style eSporting event in northern Minnesota, has been awarded the Calix Best Innovation in Residential Subscriber Experience for 2017. The Calix Innovation Awards are given annually to Calix customers – technology companies from around the world – who more
Categories: Fun Facts, Chamber, General News Article
Thursday, November 16, 2017
Make-A-Wish of Minnesota, Ice Castle Fish House and Smokey Hills Outdoor Store of Park Rapids make a wish come true! With the generous support from Jeff Drexler, owner of Ice Castle Fish House in Montevideo Minnesota and Smokey Hills Outdoor Store in Park Rapids, Minnesota; The Make-a Wish Foundation of Minnesota grants Jordan’s wish.   Jordan Eischens is an avid outdoorsman that loves to more
Categories: Community, General News Article, Human Interest, Chamber, Fun Facts, Health/Wellness
Thursday, November 16, 2017
The Park Rapids Arts and Culture Advisory Commission recently completed an Arts and Culture Plan for the city. One of the plan’s high priority projects is to develop a sculpture trail along the Heartland Trail in Red Bridge Park. The city Parks and Beautification Board has approved six locations for sculptures in the park.The next step toward the goal of installing sculptures in the spring is to more
Categories: Chamber, Arts/Culture, General News Article
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