“Powering up business throughout Martin County”
Ambassadors award scholarship
Page 2 - Chamber Dues and
Page 2 - Register for Local
Option Sales Tax
Page 3 - Update on Junior
Page 3 - Fluorescent Bulb
Pages 4 & 5 - Business Briefs
Page 6 - Legislative News
Page 6 - Revamping the
Page 7 - Blue Ribbon Pork
The Ambassador Committee
of the Fairmont Area Chamber of
Commerce awarded a $1,000 Scholarship
to Sarah Bartz. Sarah is the
daughter of Kevin and Kathy Bartz
of Truman, MN. She is a student at
the University of Wisconsin in River
Falls, WI. The Ambassador Scholarship
is awarded annually to one
Martin County student in a business
related field who is entering their junior
or senior year in a four-year college
or their final year in a technical
college. Candidates must be able to
confirm achievement of at least a 3.0
GPA on a 4.0 scale. Congratulations
Sarah and best of luck in your future
ABOVE: Chamber President Margaret Dillard and Ambassador Committee
Chair Nancy Stauffer award the Ambassador Scholarship to Sarah Bartz.
Sharing our "Fairmont Area Life"
People often lament a “brain
drain” in rural Minnesota as 18 to
25-year-olds leave their small home
towns to pursue careers and higher
education. But there is also an inmigration
to these towns of 30 to
49-year-old adults and their young
families. Often, those moving into
rural communities offset, or surpass,
the number of those moving away.
But the trend must be sustained.
The Fairmont Area Life project
is based on the works of U of M
Research Fellow, Benjamin Winchester,
whose “Brain Gain” concept
points out professionals from 30-49
look for quality of life when considering
where they want to live. We
seek to highlight our quality of educational
options, affordable housing,
available health care, and recreational
amenities in a safe, friendly
community as a compelling case to
attract these professionals and their
families to relocate to our area.
The project is a cooperative
effort between the city of Fairmont,
Fairmont Area Chamber and local
stakeholders, funded by a grant from
Southern Minnesota Initiative Foundation.
com to find out more about the project,
what we’ve accomplished, and
how you can get involved.
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Mission Statement: The Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce exists to promote a healthy business cli
Board of Directors Officers:
Kerry Nagel Allen
Board of Directors:
Health Care Center
Align Chiropractic &
and Tax Services
& Edmundson, Ltd
Chamber dues and don'ts
By: Margaret Dillard - Chamber President
Chamber dues and
sponsorships: Do these contributions
really make a difference?
This month marks my 3rd anniversary
as President of Fairmont Area
Chamber. The conclusion of each 12
month period prompts me to look
upon what we have accomplished
and to ask what our business community
needs next. My steps are guided by chamber
members because they financially
support our work and the
“Since we don’t rely on
sponsorships fund our
work. Businesses and
residents alike are invited
to join this local Chamber
dozen plus business leaders who
make up an excellent board of directors.
Their directives are carried
out by three staff and myself.
When we all win, we
all win. We are able to be effective
because we work well with
government, schools and other
organizations to achieve common
goals and objectives and because
a foundation of work was
achieved by prior boards and
staff. A few things make us rather
• One might think that collaboration
is common but more often than not, there
• When we think of creating a healthy business
environment, we consider all of our community and
when we think about all of our community, we consider
all of Martin County.
• We consider all ages and cultures. (You’ll read
how later in this article.)
When communicating the value of investment
in chamber programs and projects, it’s somewhat
difficult to narrow it down. There is not room here
to list our scope of work, (If you want to see the list,
visit us online or call us. We’re always happy to
talk about what we do!) but I’ll attempt to encourage
individual and business participation
by featuring some Chamber programs
“What keeps you up at
night?” It’s a question that I have
been asking business people in
Martin County for three years.
Lack of skilled labor, workforce
housing, healthcare, childcare,
government regulation and business
taxes are resounding concerns.
Shop local awareness and
programs that address declining
populations also are part of
the conversation. Among them,
lack of qualified workforce is
the chief universal leader across
industries no matter how many
the businesses employ, size of facility or how much
revenue they generate. Fairmont Area Life (www.
FairmontAreaLife.com), a local program that encourages
professionals to call the Fairmont Area home is
a comprehensive effort that
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Register for local option sales tax
Director of Finance
Marketing & Social
Beginning on October 1, 2017, the city of Fairmont
will have a 0.5 percent voter-approved sales
and use tax. The sales tax will apply to all retail sales
made within the city of Fairmont. The use tax will
apply to all taxable items used in the city where local
sales tax was not paid. All retailers who are doing
business in Fairmont and are registered for Minnesota
sales tax must also register for the local option
sales tax. The Minnesota Department of Revenue will
administer this tax. Visit the Fairmont Area Chamber
website at www.FairmontChamber.org and click on
the link titled “Local Sales Tax” for a reference sheet
providing additional details on how to register for,
collect and report this tax.
mate through leadership, communication and education for its members in the greater Fairmont area.
Workforce efforts begin with youth
The Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce
is proud to coordinate the Junior
Achievement (JA) program in our schools
each year through the generous support of
our area businesses, local grants and individuals
in our community. The mission of Junior
Achievement is “To inspire and prepare young
people to succeed in a global economy.” Junior
Achievement teaches principles of marketbased
economics and entrepreneurship in age
appropriate increments, creating a stronger
understanding of how the world around them
works and how they fit into the greater economic
Our local Junior Achievement program
relies on over 40 volunteer teachers and
reaches an average of 57 classrooms totaling
1154 students in grades K-6th and 8th grade.
Our annual cost is $12,840 for the classroom
Our ability to continue offering the
Junior Achievement program and to build toward
a brighter future for students in area
public and private schools depends largely on
the generosity of the people in our community.
If you would like to help support the Junior
Achievement program in our area by making
a donation or becoming a volunteer teacher,
please contact the Fairmont Area Chamber
of Commerce at 507-235-5547. Find out how
your life can be enriched by volunteering or
sponsoring a classroom!
Fluorescent bulb recycling
ABOVE: Volunteer teacher Char Kahler and her
Junior Achievement class celebrate together after
completing their JA curriculum.
product. It is
law to dispose of fluorescent bulbs and ballasts
with your regular garbage. Fluorescent bulb recycling
will be held in the former Kmart parking lot
JEFF GREISCHAR CCIM
Sales & Leasing Agent
1961 Premier Drive
Mankato, MN 56001
on Thursday, October 5th, from 9 am-1 pm. This
recycling event serves the residents and businesses
of Martin and Faribault Counties. When transporting
the lamps, be careful not to break them.
There will be a charge at the time of disposal.
Fairmont Public Utilities Customers are
eligible for total reimbursement for bulb recycling
costs. When dropping bulbs off for recycling, ask
for a rebate coupon, keep your receipt, and turn
both in to Fairmont Public Utilities for reimbursement
of recycling costs. Contact the Chamber with
any questions at (507) 235-5547.
Martin County Implement
DID YOU KNOW?
A growing body of economic research
shows that in an increasingly
homogenized world, entrepreneurs
and skilled workers are more likely
to invest and settle in communities
that preserve their one-of-a-kind
businesses and distinctive character.
Chamber member business briefs
Fairmont Opera House, Inc.
Season packages and individual tickets for the
Fairmont Opera House’s 2017-2018 season are
on sale and the annual membership drive is
underway. Immerse in the fabulous 50’s with “Rave On! – The Buddy Holly
Experience” on Saturday, September 16, and experience Chris Rupp’s amazing
new cover band, “7th Avenue,” on Saturday, September 23. View the full
lineup of events at www.fairmontoperahouse.org. Reserve seats online, by
calling 507-238-4900, or in person at 45 Downtown Plaza. Chamber members
get 10% off Subscription Series tickets. Discounts for groups of 10 or
more. Get your groove on – and we’ll see you at the show!
Fairmont Area Kinship
Kinship is a non-profit seeking to better the lives
of children throughout Martin County by developing
meaningful mentoring relationships. This is accomplished by matching
children with caring adult mentors who share similar interests, activities,
and hobbies. Mentoring empowers and encourages children who need
a little more support in their lives. Kinship has a great need for new mentors
as there are currently 18 wonderful children on the waiting list. Our mentors
represent a wide array of people with a huge range of ages, work experiences,
and family lives. YOU can be a mentor! Kinship is funded by grants and
donations from local businesses, organizations, and individuals.
Peterson-Anthony Insurance Agency, Inc
(507)-238-2008 or 800-336-6037
September 13, 2017 from 11 am – 2pm, Peterson‐Anthony
Insurance Agency is hosting an open house celebrating our new
offices in Fairmont. Join us for a tour of our new space, meet our team and
enjoy some light refreshments. We will also be launching Quote for Kids;
come in for a quote, choose an organization that supports area kids and we
will donate $25. There is no obligation to buy insurance and the donation is
not tied to purchasing insurance. Quotes for Kids will launch 09/13/17 and
run through the end of 2017. This is a great time to come in, review your insurance,
get a quote and support our kids.
Fairmont Ford is excited to announce, we have a new member
on our sales team! Kyle is originally from Trimont MN,
and graduated from MCW in 2012. More recently, he graduated
from South Dakota State this past December and is happy
to be back in the area. Kyle is looking forward to helping you
buy or lease new and pre-owned vehicles, as well as heading up our rental
department. Stop in and see Kyle for all your auto needs or reach him by
email at Kyle@fairmontford.com!
Vision Statement: The Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce will b
Martin County Youth Foundation
NEW APPLICATION NOW AVAILABLE! The Martin
County Youth Foundation is currently accepting applications
for our Fall grant cycle. The application deadline
is September 15. Applicants must complete the NEW application which
can be found on our website at www.MartinCountyYouthFoundation.org.
Projects eligible for the Fall Grant cycle will take place AFTER November 15th.
For more information or questions, visit our website or call 507-235-5547.
MRCI Fairmont was recently featured on KEYC News 12! The story highlights
MRCI’s efforts to provide innovative and genuine opportunities for its clients’
community participation. One emphasis for the nonprofit organization
is training, job coaching and assistance in finding community employment.
KEYC News 12 featured one of those success stories, Tara Eisenmenger, who
is employed by Walmart in Fairmont. Please find out more about MRCI and
Tara’s story by visiting our website at mrciworksource.org.
Fairmont Concert Association
(507) 235-9276 or (507) 238-2892
Concert Association's 2017-2018 Fall Membership Drive: August 25th through
Sept. 8th. The concerts this year are: Grand Magic Show Sun., Sept. 24th at 7
p.m. The Great Northern Union Chorus Fri., Nov. 17th at 7:30 p,m, J. Mark McVey
Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 7 p.m. The Glenn Miller Orchestra Sun., April 15th,
2018 at 7 p.m. and Derik Nelson & family, Tues., May 1, 2018 at 7 p.m. You are
also able to attend 5 additional concerts in Blue Earth with your concert ticket
at no additional cost. Contact Pat at 235-9276 or Jennifer at 238-2892.
Edward Jones Investments - Mandi Kosbab
(507) 235-8524 - Member SIPC
On Sept. 22, we celebrate American Business
Women's Day. If you're a woman planning to go into business for yourself,
keep these five tips in mind: First, balance your business goals with your
personal ones. It can be challenging to expand your business while still saving
for retirement. Second, choose an appropriate retirement plan, such as
an owner-only 401(k) or a SEP-IRA. These plans offer tax-deferred growth
potential and possible deductible contributions. Third, arrange for backup.
If you have extensive family responsibilities, you'll need a trusted person to
fill in for you on occasion. Fourth, work with your legal and tax advisors to
create a succession plan if you want to keep the business in the family. And,
finally, build an emergency fund containing a few months worth of business
expenses. Keep this fund in a liquid, low-risk account. Running your own
business can be rewarding, but its never going to be an easy road. However,
with perseverance and careful planning, you can smooth out some of the
bumps along the way and give yourself reason to celebrate American Business
e recognized as the leader in assisting area businesses to prosper.
Chamber member business briefs
Fairmont Area Schools
The Region Nine Development Commission
in partnership with the YWCA-Mankato and Greater Mankato Diversity
Council will be holding a free public event titled “It’s Time to Talk: Forums
on Race” with funding from the Blandin Foundation and BCBS of Minnesota
Foundation. This is a YWCA trademarked racial dialogue facilitation process
utilizing trained facilitators to lead small table discussions on race. Participants
exchange ideas during the introductory conversation in a non-threatening
environment. The event will take place at the Fairmont Elementary
School, Budd Room 1017 on Wednesday, October 11 from 10:00 am – 12:00
pm. Please call Fairmont CER to register at 507-235-3141 by Monday, October
Presentation College is pleased to announce that
beginning in the spring semester of 2018, the college
will offer Master of Science Degrees in Nursing (MSN). “We are very excited
by this opportunity,” said Dr. Margaret Huber, College President. “Offering
graduate level education is a huge step for the college, and we hope
to take a leadership role in the healthcare industry throughout the region.”
Presentation will offer two nursing tracks for incoming students to choose
from, including a family nurse practitioner (FNP) track, and a nurse educator
(NE) track. The Institutional Actions Council of the Higher Learning Commission
approved Presentation College’s request to offer the Master of Science
in Nursing degree August 1, 2017.
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is recognized throughout the state and has received
funding from Southern Minnesota Initiative
Foundation and recognition from University
of Minnesota Extension.
Communication. Yet, I get weekly correspondence
from community members that we
don’t have quality jobs locally. It’s a frustrating
paradigm! So, making sure that we communicate
our message is important, as well. That’s why we
take the time to publish this newsletter, distribute
e-blasts and launch social media campaigns.
Teaching the next generation of business
people. That a small business organization
like ours is able to begin to address the workforce
challenge by collaborating with public
and private schools to teach business concepts
to children in kindergarten through 8th grade
is truly extraordinary! Each year we must raise
more than $12,000 and work with more than 35
volunteers and 50+ educators to facilitate that
Encouraging youth to choose to stay or
come back. One day each April, approximately
80 businesses and organizations, showcase local
career opportunities to 650 10th graders from
twelve southern Minnesota and northern Iowa
high schools. They set up interactive displays that
show what skills are needed for their industry in
the Fairmont High School gym, while a dozen or
so young professionals pose questions to student
representatives from each school upstairs in the
Performing Arts Center. This game show demonstrates
that millennials have chosen to call our
area home! We voice to students that hundreds
of people choose to participate because they care
about them and their futures. Area Career Exploration
– Fairmont is known throughout the state
as being highly organized and effective.
Welcoming Educators. Joe Brown, Superintendent
of Fairmont Schools speaks of recruiting
80 among the 120 total staff in the past
8 years. Many are new to our community so each
October, chamber staff facilitates a banquet to
welcome them to our community. Businesses
sponsor dinner for themselves and a new teacher,
then are paired at the event. New teachers
also receive a bag of goodies from businesses and
information about our area.
Chamber staff stays busy AND focused!
I could go on about how staff provides
services for various foundations/organizations,
how many calls we field about community events
and resources, that our office is the ticket agent
for Jefferson Bus Lines, that we send baskets of
snacks and local information to career candidates’
hotel rooms and how we counsel businesses
to improve their online presence. The
point is, we do a lot of work here and, I believe it
is work that strengthens the very fabric of Martin
Consider joining us! Since we don’t
rely on government dollars, memberships and
sponsorships fund our work. Businesses and
residents alike are invited to join this local Chamber
of Commerce. Individual membership is just
$99 and basic business members (complete with
online support, networking opportunities, advocacy
efforts, social media and online visibility
and more.) start at $326 annually. If you are prepared
to join soon, you will be able to begin receiving
benefits in October and your investment
will cover the rest of 2017 and all of 2018! Consider
joining the Fairmont Chamber. If you would
like more information, I would be honored to sit
down to talk!
Core Values: We value for our members, employees and community: integrity in all we do, collaboration with all our stakeholders, growth and develop
Monday, September 4th
Labor Day (Offices Closed)
Wednesday, September 13th - 7:00 a.m.
Wednesday, September 13th - 3:00 p.m.
Ambassadors Meeting / Ribbon Cuttings
Wednesday, September 13th - 6:00 p.m.
Bureau 14 Meeting
Tuesday, September 19th - 7:30 a.m.
Chamber Board Meeting
Social Media Breakfast
The Retail Committee of the Fairmont Area
Chamber is seeking committee members
to join us as we work to make a positive
impact in our local retail environment.
Call (507) 235-5547
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MINNESOTA REPUBLICAN REFORMS REVERSE
OBAMACARE'S DOUBLE-DIGIT PREMIUM HIKES
Recently, the Minnesota Department of
Commerce released preliminary rates for the
2018 individual insurance market, revealing
that Republican-led reforms could end the four
year trend of double-digit premium increases
since the implementation of Obamacare and
MNsure in Minnesota. The individual market
serves Minnesotans who do not receive health
insurance through their employer or the government.
If approved by the federal government,
the Minnesota Premium Security Plan
will result in premium decreases for tens of
thousands of Minnesotans. In contrast, average
rates increased by double digits every year
from the desk of
Rep. Bob Gunther
since 2014, including nearly 60 percent for
2017. As a result of the reinsurance program,
all current insurers will continue serving the
individual market next year. In addition to the
reinsurance program, Republicans successfully
pushed for consumer protections that will provide
access to better networks of hospitals and
These reforms were supported by just
one Democrat in the Minnesota House. Governor
Dayton refused to sign the measure, opting
to let it become law without his signature.
"Unlike Congress, Minnesota Republicans
have tackled our health insurance crisis
head-on," said State Representative Bob Gunther
(R-Fairmont). "Unfortunately the Democrats
refused to join us, but that's their loss
as Republican reforms helped preserve choice
and access, and it looks like we may have put a
stop to double digit premium increases."
According to the Minnesota Department
of Commerce, rates would have risen by 25
percent or more without Republican reforms.
Final rates for the 2018 individual market are
expected to be released in October 2017.
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ment for our members, recognition of accomplishments, effective communication, and doing all things efficiently and in a fiscally responsible manner.
Blue Ribbon Pork Cook-Off Awards
The 20th Annual Blue Ribbon Pork Cook
Off was held Wednesday, August 16th from
5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at the Martin County Fairgrounds.
Proceeds from this event help support
two $4,200 Agri-Business Scholarships. All six
contestants gave an outstanding effort, with
imaginative and flavorful pork creations that
ticket-holders agreed made selecting this year’s
favorites especially difficult.
Thank you to all of our sponsors: The
Agri-Business Committee of the Fairmont Area
Chamber of Commerce, Bank Midwest, Cargill
Inc., Compeer Financial, Dutch Creek Farms,
Fairmont Veterinary Clinic, Kahler Automation,
Martin County Corn and Soybean Growers, Martin
County Pork Producers, Preferred Capital
Management, Profinium Financial, Valero Renewables,
CFS, and Zoetis.
We would also like to thank this year's
contestants: Ambiance on Albion Taphouse &
Grill in Fairmont, Cup ‘N Saucer Restaurant in
Fairmont Photo Press
ABOVE: Seth and Elizabeth Lintelman, owners of
Sherburn's Cup N' Saucer, receive 1st place awards
for both Peoples' and Connoisseurs' Choice at the
20th Annual Blue Ribbon Pork Cook-Off
Sherburn, Fairmont Butcher Block in Fairmont,
Green Mill Restaurant in Fairmont, Marina
Lodge in Fairmont and The Blazer Bar & Grill
in Fairmont. Congratulations to this year's winners!
20TH ANNUAL BLUE RIBBON
PORK COOK-OFF WINNERS
Peoples’ Choice Awards
1st Place - Cup N’ Saucer
2nd Place – Fairmont Butcher Block
3rd Place – Marina Lodge
Connoisseurs’ Choice Awards
1st Place - Cup N’ Saucer
2nd Place – Blazer Bar & Grill
3rd Place – Green Mill Restaurant
THERE'S AN APP FOR THAT?
The Fairmont Area Community Events Calendar has a Mobile App!
You can access information for all the great events going on in Martin County directly from your iOS or Android-based mobile device
using the free mobile app "AS Mobile" published by rSchoolToday! Of course, you can still view upcoming community events on your
desktop or laptop computer by visiting the community calendar website at www.fairmontareacalendar.com. If you have any questions
or concerns about updating your events to the Fairmont Area Community Calendar, please email the Fairmont Area Chamber
of Commerce at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calendar Funding Partners: Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce, Fairmont Convention and Visitors Bureau, City of Fairmont,
Fairmont Area Schools, and Blandin Community Broadband Grant. Other Partners: Fairmont Community Education
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What an amazing community we live in! The commitment to youth
and families is evident in the support demonstrated by parents, grandparents,
volunteers, schools, city, business, chamber of commerce, and area organizations
and agencies. Those entities who have been especially supportive
through sponsorships and funding collaborative activities with CER this
summer include City of Fairmont (Free Park Playground Program, Makerspace
Mondays), School (Summer Reads VISTA), 3M (Camp Invention, Makerspace
Mondays), Martin County Youth Foundation (Youth Activity Scholarships,
Science Day Camps), Youth T-ball & Girls Softball Instructional Leagues
Sponsors (The Visual Identity Vault, Perkins Restaurant, United Hospital District
Clinic, GHEC/RM Driving School, Schmidt Installation, Larson and Olsen
Dental, Education Minnesota Fairmont), 39th Annual Fairmont Summer Run
sponsors (Mayo Clinic Health System Fairmont, Fairmont Chiropractic and
Acupuncture, Center for Specialty Care, Fairmont Family Dentistry, Carlson
Dental, J. Hokanson Print, Burtis Chiropractic Clinic.)
These and the many other programs that are working for youth and
families in varied capacities are what make a difference to each and every one
who lives or works here – be proud of what you have done to make our community
a great place to live, raise families and grow. Thank you for caring!
A SAMPLING OF UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
Microsoft Word Basic September 9
ABE - Free GED/Math/Reading September 11
Safe Routes to Schools Tuesdays September 12
Learn English September 12 & 13
Mini-Cardinal Volleyball Camp (K-3) September 13
Volleyball Open Gym for Adults September 13
Martin Co. Early Childhood Dental Network September 18
Farmers Market Kids Cooking I September 19 & 21
Over 55 Defensive Driving (First Timers) September 20
CER Fall/Winter Catalog Mailout September 22
Farmers Market Kids Cooking II September 26 & 28
Woodcarvers Club September 26
Lights On For Kids Afterschool Begins (Gr 2-6) October 2
Co-Ed Volleyball Fall League Begins October 5
Region 9 Diversity Forum in Fairmont October 11
…and much more!
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