“Powering up business throughout Martin County”
Glows parade activities lining up
Page 2 - Overcoming
Page 2 - Reaching New
Page 3 - Revitalize Retail
Page 3 - Community Holiday
Pages 4 & 5 - Business Briefs
Page 6 - Small Business
Page 7 - Membership Drive
Page 7 - Agri-Business
Santa and Mrs. Claus, direct
from the North Pole, will be
arriving at the Fairmont Municipal
Airport via the North Pole Express
around 4:00 p.m. on Friday, November
16th. Everyone is invited
to greet this special arrival. Gather
the kids, grab those Christmas
wish-lists, and head over to the airport
for a chance to meet the jolly
elf himself. Don't forget to bring
Join us along Downtown
Plaza later in the evening as we kick
off the Holiday season with the annual
Glows Parade, complete with
pre and post-parade activities. The
Immanuel Lutheran Church will be
serving Chili and Oyster Stew from
5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at 1200 North
North Avenue. The MCSAP Coalition
ABOVE: The community gathers along Downtown Plaza in anticipation of the
lights and sounds of the Holiday season at the annual Glows Parade.
will be hosting a Youth Fun Night at
the Martin County Youth for Christ
Lighthouse, 213 Downtown Plaza,
until 10:00 p.m. All Martin County
YoCo students and friends are invited
to (Continued on page 6)
Welcome new board members
Four local professionals have stepped up to
serve on the 13 member board of the Fairmont Area
Chamber of Commerce. Nicole Gries of Valero Renewables
- Welcome, Judy Gustafson of U.S. Bank, Teresa
Haycraft of Fairmont Ford and John Kasper of Graffiti
Corner will officially begin their three year terms this
We want to thank our outgoing board members
Zephanie Cole of Align Chiropractic & Acupuncture,
Mandi Kosbab of Edward Jones, Past Chair-Kerry
Nagel Allen of MRCI and Ann Terfehr of Dan’s Appliance
for their dedicated service to this chamber and
to our community. We would also like to recognize
and thank Tom Lytle of Bank Midwest for his service
on our board of directors this past year.
Those who will continue to serve on our board
of directors through 2019 include: Les Anderson;
Deb Barnes; Stephanie Busiahn; Dave Cone; Brandon
Edmundson; Luke Long; Steve Pomerenke and Sara
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Mission Statement: The Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce is an advocate for promoting a healthy business clim
Board of Directors Officers:
Board of Directors:
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Marketing & Social Media
Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce
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P.O. Box 826
Fairmont, MN 56031
Phone: (507) 235-5547
Overcoming workforce barriers
By: Ned Koppen - Chamber President
I have spent a lot of my first
two months with the Fairmont Area
Chamber of Commerce meeting
with and talking to Chamber members
and other people in our community
who connect with
and influence our business
community. One thing I have consistently
heard while talking with the
business community is that everyone
is looking for workers.
Finding, hiring and retaining a
quality workforce is something
that many of our businesses are
finding to be a big challenge. I
was aware of this when I started
visiting with our members
and was prepared to have that
There is a related topic
that seems to come up around
this topic that I was not fully
aware of and that is there is a
lack of child care for parents
who work. I have not had to search for child care for
quite some time. I was out of the loop.
Not being able to find child care is a problem
in and of itself, but it also has the added effect of impacting
businesses. I have had conversations with
Linsey Preuss, Fairmont’s Economic Development
Coordinator, about many things business related
and she has been able to make me better informed.
She shared this information with me.
“Child care is a critical
prerequisite to building
a robust workforce. Lack
of quality child care
options can force parents
to reduce their hours or
even leave jobs.”
Reaching new markets
Your Chamber offers unique advertising opportunities
to reach local residents, businesses and
newcomers. We are now preparing for the 2019 edition
of the Fairmont City Map and the Martin County
Visitor and Relocation Guide. Advertising space is
also available in this publication and online.
Child care is a critical prerequisite to building
a robust workforce. Lack of quality child care options
can force parents to reduce their hours or even
leave jobs. It also contributes to absenteeism. Businesses
lose an estimated $3 billion annually due to
issues related to child care. In rural regions
such as Martin County, finding child care can
be particularly challenging. Rural residents
often rely on in-home child care
options, which have been dwindling
lately. Minnesota lost over
six percent of its in-home child
care providers in the last year.
Fairmont has a potential
need of 81 additional fulltime,
licensed child care slots
to meet the needs of current
and prospective residents. In
an attempt to address this deficit,
the city applied for and was
recently accepted into the First
Children’s Finance, Rural Child
Care Innovation Program (RC-
CIP). RCCIP helps communities
assess their child care needs and empowers them to
develop solutions. The two-year program engages
area stakeholders with an end goal of finding community-based
solutions to increase the supply of
high quality affordable child care.
Linsey is leading the team in Martin County.
Members of the team have participated in trainings
to better understand the fundamentals of child care
and discussions about how (Continued on page 6)
We host numerous events throughout the
year offering sponsorship opportunities that allow
you to make your business visible to the general
business community or specific industries. Call the
Chamber at 507-235-5547 or email Kandi at info@
fairmontchamber.org for more information.
ate by facilitating access to leaders, communication and education through programs and services for its members.
Committee to revitalize retail
As we enter the Holiday
season, we prepare to gather
with family and friends, share
meals, exchange stories and
gifts. In the eyes of the retail
industry, however, this period
holds another notable
significance. In an age where
Black Friday has grown to nearly eclipse the
glow of the Thanksgiving Holiday in our minds
and on our calendars, this season represents a
crucial peak in retail spending which every retailer
must acknowledge and engage in order
to remain competitive.
Retail has shifted dramatically over the
last few decades and continues to do so rapidly.
As in any business, it remains essential to
adapt to the changing economic climate and
to be proactive in addressing the challenges
peeking over the horizon. With this in mind,
the Chamber has taken an active role to encourage
cooperative efforts among our local
retailers, emphasizing the value of collaboration
and innovation in achieving shared goals
and in spurring economic growth.
In light of the ongoing struggle this
industry faces throughout our community
and across the nation, the expansion and revitalization
of the Retail Committee has been
identified as a key priority for the Fairmont
Area Chamber. Early efforts have included initiatives
like enhancing our Chamber Gift Certificates,
free seminars to help improve businesses'
online presence, and the development
of an annual Small Business Saturday promotion
to encourage and remind area residents
to “Think Local First” and to help support the
local businesses we know and love.
This is just the beginning of what is
possible through the work of the Retail Committee.
If you would like to help make a difference
in this important industry, we invite you
to contact our office at 507-235-5547 to learn
more about the future of this committee and
to join our cause.
Help our community shine
Did you know
that the festive decorations
that light up our
streets each Holiday
season are supplied
and paid for by the
Fairmont Area Chamber
Each fall, we request
donations to resupply
Community Christmas Decoration Fund. It costs
approximately $1,500 per year just to refurbish
the current street pole decorations as bulbs
burn out and wiring fails. We hope to purchase
new decorations in the near future as our current
ones continue to age and deteriorate, but
the necessary financial investment is significant.
We appreciate all donations received
from local citizens, businesses and organizations
in any amount to help us keep our community
shining bright during the Holiday season. If
you would like to donate, you can contact us by
phone at (507) 235-5547, or reach us by email
THINK LOCAL FIRST!
Keep our community in mind
this Black Friday and Small
Business Saturday! Every dollar
you spend in our area helps to
build a stronger and more vibrant
local economy, supporting the
organizations, amenities and
businesses we love.
Martin County Implement
Feature your business ad
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only $70 per month
with your annual contract or $80 per month.
Chamber member business briefs
Interlaken Heritage Days
Join us on November 10th at Five Lakes Centre from 10:00
a.m. – 3:00 p.m. to get a jump start on your holiday shopping
with all of your favorite area crafters and direct sales
vendors during the IHD Fall Vendor & Craft Show! With
over 30 handmade crafters and vendors in one spot there is bound to something
for everyone! Lunch will also be available for purchase so come hungry.
For a list of vendors go to ihdfairmont.org/craft-fair-vendor (This is a fundraiser
for the 2019 Interlaken Heritage Days festival)
Red Rock Center for the Arts
“Deliverance”, “Total Recall, and “Beverly Hills Cop” actor
/ musician Ronny Cox comes to the Red Rock Center
stage Saturday, Nov 17 at 7pm for an evening of
folk music and storytelling, along with special guest Ansel Barnum, a master
of the harmonica. “Ronny’s music is eclectic; a woven tapestry of songs and
stories with an overall arc that eventually comes together and tells something
about “the human condition”. Truly an evening to remember. Tickets
on sale now at Hy-Vee in Fairmont.
Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont
Mayo Clinic Health System in Fairmont
opened its new Urgent Care on Friday, Nov. 2. The Clinic at Walmart discontinued
operations the same day, which is part of the transition plan that
Mayo Clinic Health System announced in May. Urgent Care covers the same
services previously available at The Clinic at Walmart - such as treatment of
allergies, bladder infections, ear and eye infections, strep throat and rashes
- but also handles minor medical treatment for back and muscle pain, cuts,
low-grade burns, ear aches, skin conditions, sprains, joint pain and upper
respiratory infections. Urgent Care treats patients of all ages. Urgent Care
will be open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday,
8 a.m.–5 p.m. No appointment is necessary.
WELCOME to Chuck Hardt, who joined
Kahler Automation in October as our new Mechanical Assembler. Glad to
have you aboard! WAY TO GO to the Kahler employees who attended a Kinship
“lunch & learn” event; several volunteered to help improve the lives of
area youth by becoming mentors. And WOO-HOO! to our “Bison Committee”
for organizing a couple of tasty events — the production floor was opened up
for a “fiesta lunch” with walking tacos, a piñata, and yard games; and an “apple
day” where folks shared their favorite pies, crisps, and cider, plus buckets
of apples from Jim Droegemueller’s orchard.
Vision Statement: The Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce will b
First Farmers & Merchants Bank
First Farmers & Merchants National Bank is pleased to announce
the addition of Dan Driscoll to its Ag lending team.
Dan is a graduate of Blue Earth Area and SDSU in Brookings.
He comes to us from a local co-op where he worked as an
agronomist with area producers. This experience will be a
compliment to Dan’s new responsibilities of assisting Ag producers in the financial
areas of their business. Dan resides in Fairmont with his wife Alecia.
In his free time he enjoys spending time with his wife, boating, hunting and
ice fishing. Please stop in and welcome Dan and let him assist you with your
Fairmont Opera House, Inc.
Continental Ballet: Sleeping Beauty will
make an appearance at the Opera House
on November 16th at 7:30PM. In this classical children's fairy tale, Princess
Aurora has a spell cast on her that puts her to sleep for 100 years. She can
only be awakened by a kiss from her true love. This ballet will show the celebration
on her awakening. Skipping into December on the 7th at 7:30 PM is
Rhythmic Circus: Holiday Shuffle! This joyous parade of genre-hopping music
and hard-hitting percussive dance, you'll be jumping out of your seat and
dancing to the beat.
The Visual Identity Vault
Did you know that TVIV has a place to hold your
next gathering, meeting or class? Contact us at
507-238-9793. Our basement is set up with tables
and chairs. Food setup area is available, including refrigerator. We
also have a projector, television and dry erase presentation board. Need
a unique, personalized gift for a friend, family member, teacher, boss, or
your employees? We can help you! Laser engraved ornaments, cutting
boards, wine bottles, SIC Cups and more! Let us help you with your holiday
Burtis Chiropractic Center
Burtis Chiropractic Center would like to welcome TaLeah Fitzloff
as the newest member of their team. TaLeah is a Truman
native and continues to live there with her family. TaLeah’s
family includes fiancé Josh Werner, and their three young
children. In her spare time TaLeah enjoys making homemade
crafts, baking, and spending time with her family. TaLeah is looking forward
to meeting new people and helping them continue in chiropractic, nutrition,
e recognized as the leader in assisting area businesses to prosper.
Chamber member business briefs
The long-running 9-year bull market could
eventually suffer declines, and we’ve seen
some recent fluctuations. It’s important to keep in mind that, historically,
investors who have stayed invested in stocks have been rewarded. Avoid
overreacting to market volatility. Investors who become fearful of market
downturn may be tempted to move money quickly, but this creates
“opportunity risk” of missing out on potential future growth. In times of
unpredictability, remain focused on your long-term goals. Remain aware
of fundamental factors like strength of the economy, corporate profits,
and the value of specific sectors and stocks that are important. Assess
your risk tolerance and continue to invest accordingly. The key is to avoid
rash decisions and remain consistent with long-term objectives. See your
financial advisor to solidify your long-term financial objectives to prevent
Sweet Financial Services
Sweet Financial Services is excited to welcome Abby
Ruppert to our team! Abby is joining our Concierge
Service department as a Concierge Services Associate
to help ensure you continue to receive dedicated service
and attention. In addition to supporting our advisors,
she is responsible for establishing, maintaining
and building client relationships while providing first class Client Service.
Abby is also taking on the role of scheduling appointments for our clients.
She is originally from the Worthington area and currently lives in Fairmont
with her husband, Jake. They have three children, Brooke and Morgan 6; and
Lucy 2. Before joining our team, she had been employed at Profinium, Inc. for
8 years. In her spare time, she loves spending time with her girls, boating on
the lake with family and friends. We are thrilled to have Abby join the Sweet
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Businesses band together for #SmallBizSat
Small Business Saturday is just around the corner!
The Retail Committee of the Fairmont Area Chamber is
organizing a community-wide promotion with our local
small businesses to inform and inspire area residents to
get out and show their support for this important sector of
our local economy on Saturday, Nov 24.
We want to be sure that each small business in our
community is ready to celebrate Small Business Saturday
by inviting them to join us in a Passport Promotion facilitated
by the Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce, your
Small Business Saturday Neighborhood Champion. Participating
businesses will be included in our publicity efforts
and receive great promotional items for FREE while supplies
If you or a small business owner you know would
like more information on the promotion and how to participate,
contact Benjamin at the Fairmont Area Chamber of
Commerce by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or
call (507) 235-5547. Thank you for your help in supporting
our community and the small businesses we love.
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 email@example.com.
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 and Recreation.
Core Values: We value for our members, employees and community: integrity in all we do, collaboration with all our stakeholders, growth and develop
Monday, November 12th
Veterans Day Observed (Offices Closed)
Wednesday, November 14th - 6:00 p.m.
Bureau 14 Meeting
Friday, November 16th
Santa lands at Fairmont Airport - 4:05 p.m.
Fairmont Glows Parade - 6:00 p.m.
Tuesday, November 20th - 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, November 21st - 3:00 p.m.
Ambassadors Meeting / Ribbon Cuttings
Thurs & Fri, November 22nd & 23rd
Thanksgiving Observed (Offices Closed)
Saturday, November 24th
Small Business Saturday (SHOP LOCAL!)
Tuesday, November 27th- 9:00 a.m.
Social Media Breakfast
Wednesday, December 5th - 7:30 a.m.
Leadership Martin County
Jerome Gerdts, CPA
for your business.
The smart move for your bottom line.
Glows parade (Continued from page 1)
join them during and after the parade for pizza,
hot chocolate, snacks, games and music. Call
Steph Johnson (507-236-4118) or the Lighthouse
(507-235-6016) for details. The Blazer
Bar & Grill will host live music by Lance Allen
as well as food and drink specials following the
parade. The Fairmont Opera House will feature
a performance of “Sleeping Beauty” by the Continental
Ballet Company beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Watch for additional details regarding these
events and activities in the weeks to come.
The Glows Parade will begin at 6:00 p.m.
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Come experience this brilliant display of holiday
cheer, the wonderful floats, thousands of
lights, and the appearance of Santa on the 29th
anniversary of the Fairmont Glows Parade.
We encourage anyone still interested
in entering the Glows Parade to please do so. If
you have any questions or would like to make a
parade entry, please contact the Fairmont Area
Chamber of Commerce at 507-235-5547 or visit
our website at www.FairmontChamber.org. This
event is a community-wide celebration and a local
tradition that is open to all ages!
Workforce (Continued from page 2)
it impacts the area workforce and economy.
They’ve been working to survey parents and
providers as well as connect with leaders in
business, education and philanthropy.
I am not sure what the answers to this
problem will be, but if we are all aware that
there is a problem and it is affecting our business
community, then I think it is worthwhile
for all of us to take note and get involved if we
have thoughts or ideas that could help find a
solution. A great chance to contribute to that
process is already scheduled.
The Fairmont RCCIP team is synthesizing
their research and the community’s feedback
into a summary, which they will present
in a town hall setting on November 13. After
the presentation, RCCIP will facilitate an interactive
exercise to help community members
brainstorm local solutions to Fairmont’s child
care challenges. Community members are encouraged
to get involved. The November 13
town hall is open to the public and includes
dinner. For more information and to register,
go to: bit.ly/FairmontRCCIP.
This issue is important to our community
and important to the way our area businesses
are able to operate and attract employees.
We can all offer ideas and efforts and a great
place to start is at the town hall meeting on November
13th. I hope to see you there!
Professional Window Cleaning
Wouldn’t it be nice to have the windows
of your home sparkling clean!
Please allow us to give you a free estimate.
You will be pleasantly surprised!
Call Now! Matt Petrowiak at (507) 236-5207
ment for our members, recognition of accomplishments, effective communication, and doing all things efficiently and in a fiscally responsible manner.
Added value for new members
What does it mean to be a Chamber member,
and why should you belong? It’s about caring
for the community, making valuable connections,
and creating an environment where businesses
can prosper. By working together to take aggressive
action, our businesses and our community
can thrive! Your Chamber offers many avenues to
help your business get noticed as well as opportunities
to network with local leaders and professionals.
New members who join before December
15 will receive all member benefits for the remainder
of the year at no charge. Individuals and
Non-profits without paid staff are also encouraged
to take advantage of this opportunity. Just
The Agri-business Committee of the
Fairmont Area Chamber resumes their monthly
meeting schedule on Tuesday, November
20th at The Ranch Restaurant. Jerome Gerdts,
CPA will be the guest speaker this month. The
committee meets on the third Tuesday of the
month from November through May each year.
The mission of the Agri-business Committee is
"To provide a means for Farmers and other Agbusiness
people to promote the importance of
agriculture in Fairmont and Martin County."
The Agri-business Committee also supports
education in agriculture by offering two
pay your 2019 dues in full at time of joining and
receive the remainder of 2018 FREE! Join today
and help us make a difference! Call the Chamber
at (507) 235-5547 for more information.
We want to encourage all current members
to complete and return their annual Business
Verification Form. These forms help us to
keep your business information up to date, allowing
us to provide helpful and accurate referrals,
maintain fair and reasonable membership
dues, and ensure that your business receives relevant
and valuable communications from your
chamber office. Please watch for this verification
form in the mail and return the completed form
to our office by mail or in person.
Agri-Business meetings resume
annual $4200 scholarships to graduating seniors
of Martin County high schools who plan to
pursue a bachelor's degree in an ag-related field
of study. The committee raises money to help
fund these scholarships by hosting two highly
anticipated annual events: The Minnesota State
Pork Masters Annual Golf Outing and the Martin
County Blue Ribbon Pork Cook-off.
If you work in an ag-related industry or
role and are a current member of the Fairmont
Area Chamber, we invite you to be a member
of our Agri-business Committee. Contact us at
507-235-5547 for more information.
TO JOIN THE CHAMBER
1. Referrals to Potential Customers
2. Free and Discounted
3. Invitations to Chamber Events
4. Free Listing on our Website
5. Unique Sponsorship and
6. Member to Member Networking
7. Increased Consumer Favorability
8. City and State Advocacy
9. Free Business Resources
10. Brochure or Card Placement
11. Free Media Exposure
12. Member Only Discounts
13. Social Media Visibility
14. Region-specific Business News
15. Online Presence Assistance
Join the Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce between
October 1 and December 15 and receive member benefits for
the remainder of the year at no charge. Just pay next year’s
dues in full at time of joining to receive the remainder of this
year absolutely FREE! You’ll receive up to 20% OFF your total
dues through the end of next year.
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November programs at CER
Fairmont CER is celebrating 47 years in Fairmont! Come in and
get acquainted at our open house on Thursday, Nov 8, 9 am – 4 pm, and
learn how CER strives to make our school and community an E through
Adult (age 0+) center of lifelong learning adventures for all ages! Join us
for coffee and cookies.
Martin County Senior Service Providers Network is planning a
“Healthy Living Expo” on Monday, Nov 26, 4:30-7:30 pm, at the Five Lakes
Shopping Centre, 400 South State Street, Fairmont. Special thanks to the
Kiwanis Early Risers who graciously allowed this event to happen in conjunction
with their annual Pancake Fundraiser. For more information on
being involved as an exhibitor, please contact the CER Office by Nov 1.
If you are concerned about the shortage of Child Care, take part in
the discussion and solution beginning at the Town Hall meeting on Nov
13, 6-9 pm, at the Holiday Inn Fairmont. Please RSVP fairmonttownhall.
eventbrite.com. Participate in the Rural Child Care Innovation Program
Parent Surveys available from CER or City Hall.
For an up-to date list of activities or to register online
with your MasterCard/Visa, visit the CER Web Store at
and click on the CER tab.
A SAMPLING OF UPCOMING ACTIVITIES
Learn to Skate November 7
National Community Education Day November 8
Financial Planning November 13
Over 55 Defensive Driving Refresher November 14
Cake Decorating (register by November 8) November 15
Red Bulls Youth Wrestling November 26
Healthy Living Expo November 26
Zumba Flair November 28
Newcomers and Neighbors November 29
Sign Painting (Register by November 15) November 29
Introduction to Woodworking December 1
…and much more!
For more information, contact the CER office located in the
Fairmont Elementary School Door 15A, 714 Victoria Street, Fairmont
Call 507-235-3141 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
CyberCrime Awareness for the Holidays
The next Social
Media Breakfast will be
held from 9 am to 10
am, November 27 at the
Southern Minnesota Educational
Campus, 115 S.
Park St., in Fairmont.
What is Cyber-
Crime? How does it affect
you? Are you or your business at risk? This
month's Social Media Breakfast features instructor
Pam Rosenau of MVTV Wireless with
a presentation on CyberCrime Awareness. The
session will cover tips and best practices on
how to protect yourself and your business online,
just in time for the Holidays! Join us to learn
more before you or your business falls victim to
Visit our website at
register for this event or to find
out how you can sponsor a future
Fairmont Area Social Media Breakfast
is made possible in part by a technology grant
from the Blandin
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