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<strong>July</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

Inside<br />

This Issue<br />

Page 2 - President Update-<br />

The Mission<br />

Page 3- Mission continued,<br />

Pork Masters Golf Outing<br />

Page 4 - Business Briefs<br />

Page 5 - Business Briefs<br />

Continued, Fairmont Area<br />

Life<br />

Page 6 -Chamber Golf<br />

Outing- Success<br />

Page 7- Ambassador Visits<br />

Page 8 - <strong>Community</strong><br />

Education Recreation<br />

(CER)<br />

The Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce<br />

<strong>Community</strong> <strong>Connections</strong><br />

What Have we been up to?<br />

What has the chamber been<br />

working on?<br />

We are well into the summer and as always<br />

the summer brings fun, exciting and familiar events<br />

for the Fairmont area Chambe of Commerce.<br />

The chamber kicked off summer with the Annual<br />

Chamber Golf Outing. The weather was perfect<br />

for golfing this year. We had a great turn out for this<br />

event with twenty two golf foursomes and a large<br />

number of Chamber member sponsors who made the<br />

event possible. Thank you to the Rose Lake Golf Club<br />

for having us.<br />

The very next day the Chamber pulled our<br />

"Boat Float" in the Interlaken Heritage Days parade.<br />

We passed out 1,000 Visitor Guides and City Maps.<br />

The Chamber will now look towards the Pork<br />

Masters Golf Outing on <strong>July</strong> 24th at the Interlaken<br />

Golf Course. This event is the biggest golfing day of<br />

the summer and celebrates our Martin County Pork<br />

Producers and everything they do for our communities<br />

and out local economy. Tee times are filling up<br />

fast and so are the sponsorships. Call the Chamber<br />

office to get involved.<br />

We are also in the planning stages for the<br />

Martin County Fair in August. The Fairmont Area<br />

Chamber of Commerce will be at the Fair as always,<br />

with a booth and information about the Chamber<br />

and our Communities. The Chamber's signature<br />

event at the Fair will take place Wednesday August<br />

16th from 5:00p.m. to 7:00 p.m. This will be the 25th<br />

annual Blue Ribbon Pork Cook Off. Be sure to get<br />

your tickets at the Chamber Office, they are selling<br />

fast. Come try some of the best pork dishes this area<br />

has to offer, prepared by local cooks and restaurants.<br />

This event and many sponsors make it possible<br />

for the Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce's<br />

AgriBusiness Committee to Award 2 Scholarships to<br />

Martin County Students persuing a career in an agriculture<br />

related field. This spring the scholarhsips were<br />

awarded to Lincoln Becker from Fairmont High<br />

School and Carson Pomerenke also from Fairmont<br />

High School. Congratulations Lincoln and Carson.<br />

Blue Ribbon Pork Cook off tickets<br />

The Agri-Business Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Martin<br />

County Pork Producers announce the 25th annual cook off with five restaurants<br />

already signed up! The cook off is held in the Martin County Arena at the Fair<br />

August 16th from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.<br />

Blue Ribbon Pork Cook- Off tickets are available at the Fairmont Chamber of<br />

Commerce for $12.00! If you would like to reserve your tickets stop by the Fairmont Area Chamber<br />

of Commerce or give us a call at (507) 235-5547.<br />

323 East Blue Earth Avenue • Fairmont, MN 56031 • 507-235-5547 • www.FairmontChamber.org • FairmontChamber

Board of Directors Officers:<br />

Chair<br />

Joe Evans<br />

Mayo Clinic Health<br />

Systems<br />

Vice Chair<br />

Aaron Speltz<br />

Hy-Vee<br />

Board of Directors:<br />

Rick Ash<br />

United Hospital<br />

District<br />

John Christ<br />

Kahler Automation<br />

Mike Christians<br />

Green Mill<br />

Sara Cyphers<br />

D & S Trophies<br />

Nicole Johnston<br />

Visit Fairmont<br />

Staff:<br />

Mission Statement: The Fairmont Area Vision Chamber Statement: of Commerce The Fairmont is an advocate Area for Chamber promoting of a healthy Commerce business will climb<br />

Past Chair<br />

Keith Hoye<br />

KSUM and KFMC<br />

Radio<br />

Treasurer<br />

Vonnie Cone<br />

ReMax Total Realty<br />

Marsha Leschefske<br />

Booj Boutique<br />

Jeff Militello<br />

Militello Motors<br />

Blake Potthoff<br />

Fairmont Opera<br />

House, Inc.<br />

Jeff Rouse<br />

Destination Small<br />

Town<br />

Kandi Menne<br />

President<br />

president@fairmontchamber.org<br />

Rachel Manwarren<br />

Finance Director<br />

finance@fairmontchamber.org<br />

Sydney Andrews<br />

Office Manager<br />

info@fairmontchamber.org<br />

Contact Information:<br />

Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce<br />

323 East Blue Earth Avenue<br />

P.O. Box 826<br />

Fairmont, MN 56031<br />

Phone: (507) 235-5547<br />

www.FairmontChamber.org<br />

The Mission<br />

Kandi Menne: President, Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce<br />

“The Fairmont Area Chamber<br />

of Commerce is an advocate for<br />

promoting a healthy business climate<br />

by facilitating access to leaders,<br />

communication and education<br />

through programs and services for its<br />

members.”<br />

Our members invest in the<br />

Chamber for many reasons. Many invest to take<br />

advantage of the programs and services that the<br />

Chamber offers, while others invest to support the<br />

work of the Chamber therefore supporting the<br />

business community<br />

The goal of any Chamber is to help to further<br />

the interests of small businesses in our area. The<br />

activities can range from hosting events, to lobbying<br />

local representatives to charitable works for the<br />

betterment of the community.<br />

Some of the ways the Fairmont Area<br />

Chamber of Commerce works for its Membership<br />

and the <strong>Community</strong><br />

Educate<br />

Weekly Enews tht includes local state and nationwide<br />

topics in the enews, hosting seminars, ACE, Jr.<br />

Achievement, MN Chamber Government Forums<br />

<strong>Newsletter</strong>, Scholarships, Website, Leadership Martin<br />

County<br />

Engage<br />

Bureau 14, Agri-Business ,Ambassadors, Young<br />

Professionals, New Teachers Banquet, Chamber’s<br />

Annual Banquet, Chamber Golf Outing, Glows<br />

Parade, Pork Masters Golf Outing.<br />

Workforce<br />

Fairmont Area Life, ACE, Leadership Martin County,<br />

Lets Get to work committee<br />

Advocate<br />

Chamber Bucks Gift Certificates, RBE Committee,<br />

Downtown Revitalization, Governmental Affairs,<br />

MN Chamber, Visitors Guide Relocation &<br />

Recruitment Packets,<br />

Welcome Baskets, City Map, Fairmont Area Life,<br />

Key Chamber Partnerships, Area Schools, FEDA,<br />

Government, Visit Fairmont, CareerForce<br />

Speaking of Member engagment, we are<br />

taking suggestions for speakers for our networking<br />

events that start back up in September. Do you have<br />

a hot topic/issue you would like to learn more about?<br />

Let us know we will look for an expert!<br />

I am actively searching for an expert on<br />

the newly passed bills the legislature passed. These<br />

bills affect every business even if you have only 1<br />

employee. Some are alreaded in place - some had an<br />

implimatation date of <strong>July</strong> 1, <strong>2023</strong> while others have<br />

a start date of August 1, <strong>2023</strong>, Ocotober 1, <strong>2023</strong> and<br />

some more intense bills January 1, 2024 and January<br />

1 2026. If you are not aware of whats been passed I<br />

suggest you reach out now so you stay compliant.<br />

There is limited availability for<br />

participation in the Leadership Martin County<br />

program which will start in September. Don't dlay<br />

getting your application in<br />

Leadership Martin County is a program<br />

designed to enable candidates to learn about Martin<br />

County resources, values, strengths, weaknesses, and<br />

challenges. A learning experience geared toward<br />

providing an in-depth look at eight key elements of<br />

our community; education, economic development,<br />

government, healthcare, public safety, quality of life,<br />

agriculture, and culture & diversity. This program<br />

provides opportunities for candidates to exchange<br />

ideas, build networks and begin the process of<br />

identifying and solving important community issues.<br />

There is still time to Re-discover Fairmont.<br />

Check out this website fairmontarealife.com or the<br />

FAL Facebook page today or scan the QR code to<br />

begin your experience!<br />


ate e recognized by facilitating as access the leader to leaders, in assisting communication area and businesses education through to prosper. programs and services for its members.<br />

Mission (Continued )<br />

Remenber to shop local, support our Martin County businesses,<br />

get out and enjoy our great communities and the amities we are<br />

fortunate to have. The beauty of Minnesota is our 4 seasons!<br />

So, enjoy your summer! Before you know it we will be over and<br />

fall and winter will arrive !<br />

If you would like to learn more about the Fairmont Area<br />

Chamber of Commerce, call us at (507) 235-5547 or e-mail me at<br />

president@fairmontchamber.org.<br />

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How to Get the Most Out of Your Chamber Membership<br />

• Identify what you hope to gain from your Membership<br />

• Include Your entire staff in your membership<br />

• Connect with other Chamber members<br />

• Get involved in Chamber events and seminars<br />

• Join a Committee<br />

• Use the Chamber as a marketing tool<br />

• Let people know you are a member and display your<br />

membership decal<br />

• Read your Monday eNews and Chambers <strong>Community</strong><br />

<strong>Connections</strong> insert<br />

• Use the membership directory & do business with Chamber<br />

Members<br />

• Make Sure the Chamber has your correct information on file<br />

• Provide us with feedback<br />

• Let us know when you have a new manager/owner, have remodeled<br />

or moved. We want to celebrate with you!<br />

Pork Masters Golf Outing <strong>July</strong> 24th<br />

The Martin County Pork Producers,<br />

the Agri-Business and Ammbassador<br />

Commities of the Fairmont Area Chamber<br />

of Commerce are joining together to<br />

host the 31st Annual Minnesota State Pork<br />

Masters Golf Outing. Martin County is<br />

Minnesota's leading pork producers county.<br />

This even recogonizes the importance of the pork industry in<br />

Martin County and also in the state of Minnesota while raising<br />

funds for Ag-Scholarship and increasing Ag-Awareness among<br />

regional Bussinesses. Lunch and Dinner is provided for the Participants<br />

at Interlaken Golf Club. This event is designed for all golf<br />

enthusiats regardless of their level of ability. Golf registration is<br />

limited to sponsors and pork producers only. There will be games<br />

and prizes with 260 golfers expected to participate.<br />

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Product Specialist<br />

■ Sales & Leasing Expert<br />

■ Customer Focused Service<br />

■ Competitive Pricing<br />

“Your Friendly Ford Dealer Since 1909”<br />


FORD<br />

www.fairmontford.com<br />

700 E. Blue Earth Ave.<br />

507-235-6681<br />

email: Paul@fairmontford.com<br />

Mon 8-8; Tues through Fri 8-5:30;<br />

Sat 8-3

Chamber Member Business Briefs<br />

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Central Farm Services<br />

(507)446-5035<br />

Headquartered in Truman,MN,serving more<br />

than 4,000 producers in southern Minnesota<br />

and Northern Iowa, welcomes Nick Jackson as<br />

the Vice President of Grain. Nick was a Grain<br />

Division Manager at Superior Ag in Indiana, a multilocation,<br />

grain, energy, feed, and agronomy cooperative.<br />

Before Superior Ag, he was a Senior Strategic<br />

Risk Analyst at Indigo Ag and a Regional Grain<br />

Origination Manager at Kokomo Grain. Growing<br />

up in the grain business, Nick worked at the elevator his dad managed.<br />

After serving in the US Army (Explosive Ordinance Disposal), he attended<br />

the University of Illinois, getting a BA in Environmental Science and<br />

later an MBA in Finance from Concordia University. Bringing Nick on<br />

board in June will allow time to transition the position before Dennis Inman,<br />

the current Vice President of Grain, retires in the fall.<br />

Project 1590<br />

director@project1590.com<br />

Project 1590’s newest project committee Let’s Get to<br />

Work is working to create a comprehensive alumni<br />

database for Martin County. If you or someone you<br />

know graduated from one of the local high schools,<br />

please fill out the survey at https://project1590.com/martin-countyalumni-network/<br />

to be added to our growing list of alumni!<br />

Sterling Drug<br />

(507)238-2797<br />

“Calling all seniors age 60 or older! Every Tuesday<br />

at Sterling Pharmacy is Senior Citizens Day.<br />

Stop in and save 20% on your entire purchase!<br />

(Offer excludes prescriptions.) Did you know Sterling is a great place to<br />

imagine, create, pretend, and play? Our toy store is packed with fantastic<br />

items that the little ones in your life will love. Who's ready for Christmas<br />

in <strong>July</strong>? Visit Sterling <strong>July</strong> 27 through <strong>July</strong> 29 and save 40% on every gift<br />

or toy item you can fit in a Sterling bag—plus four additional (gift/toy)<br />

items”<br />

Business Briefs are one of the<br />

many benefits of being a Chamber<br />

member. Deadline for the May<br />

<strong>Community</strong> <strong>Connections</strong> insert is<br />

Aptil 24, <strong>2023</strong>. Please limit to 100<br />

Sweet Financial<br />

(507)235-5587<br />

Oliver Kollofski recently attained his Certified<br />

Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) designation. This<br />

highlights our team's dedication to assisting<br />

business owners with thoughtful exit strategies. This achievement enhances<br />

our capabilities and reaffirms our focus on supporting business<br />

owners. This summer, we're hosting events specially designed for local<br />

business owners. It's a chance to connect, share experiences, and gain<br />

insights. If you are a local business owner, we'd love for you to join us!<br />

If interested, contact miranda@sweetfinancial.com<br />

United Hospital District<br />

(507)238-2001<br />

United Hospital District Foundation Board has<br />

selected nine recipients for their Healthcare Scholarship<br />

Award Program for the 2022-<strong>2023</strong> school<br />

year. Scholarships of $1,000 were offered to seniors<br />

from eight area high schools. To be eligible, seniors must be accepted into<br />

an accredited academic program and planning to major in a healthcare<br />

field. Recipients were selected using several considerations, including a desire<br />

to return and serve their home community after completing their degree<br />

and training. UHD representatives attended six senior awards events<br />

to present these recipients their award certificates:<br />

Blue Earth Area: Emma Ringness, Nursing & Health Science;<br />

and Mya Steinhauer, Dietetics<br />

Fairmont High School: Taylor Madsen, Nursing BSN<br />

Granada Huntley East Chain: Hayley Stensland, Exercise Science<br />

Martin County West: Sydney Borntrager, Biomedical Science<br />

Martin Luther High School: Jakob Fischer, Physical Therapy<br />

North Union High School: Brynn Tirevold, Radiology Technology<br />

United South Central: Ethan Koehler, Nursing;<br />

and Molly Wegner, Surgical Technology<br />

words or less. Lengthy submitted briefs may be included, but on a space available<br />

only. A photo or business logo can also be included. No pricing allowed.<br />

Examples are: open houses, expansion, new managers/employees, new product,<br />

Milestone anniversaries, events, awards, etc. .<br />

Email to info@fairmontchamber.org

Business Briefs continued<br />

Hispanic Voices of Martin County<br />

Save the date for Hispanic Voices of Martin<br />

County! On August 24th, 5 pm at the Knights of<br />

Columbus hall, we will facilitate a panel of local<br />

Hispanic community members and a regional<br />

Hispanic advocacy group. This event will serve<br />

as a starting point to foster meaningful discussions, promote inclusivity,<br />

and raise awareness about issues pertinent to the Hispanic community<br />

in Martin County. Add it to your calendar and keep an eye out for additional<br />

details in the coming months.<br />

Fairmont Roofing<br />

(507) 236-4928<br />

“Stop by FAIRMONT ROOFING on<br />

the evening of Thursday, <strong>July</strong> 20th<br />

from 5pm to 8pm as we help celebrate “Going Hog<br />

Wild Days” in downtown Fairmont. A fun evening in downtown Fairmont<br />

is planned and Fairmont Roofing will have some fun games and<br />

door prizes. Stop by and meet our Team!<br />

EXIT Realty<br />

(888)446-2973<br />

EXIT Realty - Great Plains is pleased to announce<br />

that Mark Nibbe has joined its growing team of<br />

dedicated real estate sales professionals.<br />

EXIT Realty - Great Plains, located at 400 South State Street, Ste #330,<br />

Fairmont, Minnesota is a proud member of EXIT Realty Upper Midwest's<br />

rapidly expanding network of independently owned and operated brokerages<br />

across the region.<br />

Red Rock Center<br />

(507)235-9262<br />

Annual membership drive going on now.<br />

Support your community art center with a tax<br />

deductible contribution. Your contribution assists<br />

with the day to day expenses of operating and maintaining two historic<br />

landmarks, the Red Rock Center for the Arts and the Chubb House. Individual<br />

membership starting at $25 a year. Donations can reach us at<br />

Red Rock Center, 222 E Blue Earth Ave., Fairmont, MN 56031, or<br />

visit our website at www.redrockcenter.org/support.<br />

Fairmont Area Life- Work and Promote Together<br />

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Visit our website:<br />

www.fairmontarealife.com<br />

We are better when we work<br />

together and promote together. The reimagined<br />

Fairmont Area Life will be a<br />

one-stop-shop for all things Fairmont. Showcasing through photos and guest articles<br />

what it’s like to work, shop, eat, play and live in the Fairmont area. This is a<br />

visual resource with top-level information that can then direct locals, visitors, or<br />

those looking to relocate to the correct website or information source for deeper<br />

info.<br />


Our goal is in addition to the website we’ll revive the Fairmont Area Life<br />

Where to Find <strong>Community</strong> Events<br />

To view upcoming <strong>Community</strong> events visit<br />

www.fairmontareacalendar.com or the Fairmont<br />

Area Life Facebook page. Did you know you can<br />

post your own events on the calendar? Go to the<br />

website, scroll down to the orange button that says submit events! If you have<br />

Facebook page. We want to use this to showcase all the great things happening in<br />

our area.<br />

• Send us photos of your business, non-profit, community events, etc. We want to<br />

create a partner network and have a place to promote everything together.<br />

• Submit a guest blog/article. We want to share what living and working in Fairmont<br />

is like from people who are doing it. Share an article on what running a<br />

small business is like, an experience volunteering for a non-profit, an itinerary of<br />

your perfect Fairmont weekend. Share your Fairmont experience.<br />

• Add Fairmont Area Life as a co-host on your Facebook event! This will add your<br />

event to our community Facebook event calendar.<br />

• Spread the word! Share our posts. Engage with our posts. Help spread the positivity<br />

in Fairmont.<br />

questions about updating your events to the Fairmont Area <strong>Community</strong> Calendar<br />

please contact me at info@fairmontchamber.org. Calendar Funding Partners:<br />

Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce, Visit Fairmont, City of Fairmont, Fairmont<br />

Area Schools, and Blandin <strong>Community</strong> Broadband Grand. Other Partners:<br />

Fairmont <strong>Community</strong> 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<br />

Chamber Events<br />

<strong>July</strong> 19<br />

Ambassadors Meeting- Business Visits<br />

& Ribbon Cuttings<br />

<strong>July</strong> 20<br />

Young Professionals<br />

<strong>July</strong> 24<br />

Pork Masters Golf Outing<br />

Chamber Golf Outing- Success<br />

Thank you to our major golf outing<br />

sponsor this year United Hospital District.<br />

Also to the <strong>2023</strong> hole and green sponsors:<br />

Advanced Drainage Systems, Bank Midwest,<br />

Bolton Menk, Fairmont Ford, Fairway Independent<br />

Mortgage, Gold Finch Estates, Hyvee,<br />

Krueger Realty. Lakeview Methodist Health<br />

Care Center, Midwest IT, Minnesota Energy,<br />

Peterson Anthony Insurance Agency, Pierce<br />

Accounting, Remax Total Realty, and Valero.<br />

The weather was perfect for golfing this<br />

year. We had 22 golf teams this year at our 26th<br />

Annual Golf Outing at Rose Lake Golf Club.<br />

Our outing is a fundraiser for our Youth Programs.<br />

The winner this year for the golf bag<br />

drawn by Midwest IT was Mark Hughes.<br />

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PROJECT 1590<br />


Your Possessions. Your Protection. Our Business.<br />



Call 235.5547<br />

to learn the benfits of<br />

being a chamber member<br />

Chamber Bucks<br />

Promote shopping local. They may be spent in Martin<br />

County at most businesses. If you have that hard to buy<br />

for person - consider Chamber Bucks.<br />

The Chamber of Commerce is located at<br />

323 E. Blue Earth Ave in Fairmont.<br />

We are open Monday - Friday - 8-5

ment for our members, recognition of accomplishments, effective communication, and doing all things efficiently and in a fiscally responsible manner.<br />

June Ambassador Visits<br />

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Maplewood Independent Living<br />

Chamber Ambassadors visited Maplewood Independent Living<br />

to see all the updates they have made to the facility.<br />

Fleet Farm/ Ace Hardware of Fairmont<br />

Ambassadors stopped at Fleet Farm during their grand re- opening<br />

after an extensive remodel of the store.<br />

Become an Ambassador!<br />

RESPONSIBILITIES of an Ambassador:<br />

• Is and employee if a Chamber member<br />

• To act as the goodwill arm of the Fairmont Area Chamber of Commerce.<br />

• Attend the majority of all Ambassador functions.<br />

• Meet the third Wednesday of every month.<br />

If you know of a business the Ambassadors should visit due to relocation,<br />

change of ownership/manager, remodeling, etc. please call the<br />

Chamber office. The business does not have to be a chamber member to<br />

receive a visit from Ambassadors. Call the Chamber at 507-235-5547 if<br />

you would like us to schedule a visit at your business.<br />

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What's Happening at CER in <strong>July</strong>?<br />

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What’s Happening at<br />

Fairmont <strong>Community</strong> Education and<br />

Recreation<br />

<strong>July</strong> <strong>2023</strong><br />

“Lifelong Learning and Leisure Opportunities for All Ages”<br />

Fascinated with kaleidoscopes? Come and join the Kaleidoscope<br />

Factory as you make your own Kaleidoscope. Great for all ages,<br />

make it a family affair! (12 and under must be accompanied by an<br />

adult) To find out more call the CER office or register online.<br />

Have you ever looked at the back of a food label and wondered<br />

what it all meant? If so check out the Food Labels class being offered<br />

in September. Call CER or go onto the webstore to register!<br />

Adult Basic Education classes offered Monday <strong>–</strong> Thursday as well<br />

as Distance Learning options. Learn English, Prepare for Your<br />

GED, Improve Reading-Math-Writing Skills, and much more.<br />

Please call the CER office at 507-235-3141 for more information!<br />

A Sampling of Upcoming Activities<br />

Microsoft Excel: Intermediate <strong>July</strong> 8<br />

Laser Tag <strong>July</strong> 10<br />

I-90 Boys Basketball Camp <strong>July</strong> 11<br />

Make a Kaleidoscope <strong>July</strong> 11<br />

Legend Quest- Dragon Kingdom <strong>July</strong> 11<br />

Dynasty Leagues - Flag Football <strong>July</strong> 11<br />

Family Roller Skating <strong>July</strong> 13<br />

Microsoft Publisher: Basic <strong>July</strong> 15<br />

Easel Does It-Acrylic Painting <strong>July</strong> 17<br />

Survivor <strong>July</strong> 17<br />

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Camp <strong>July</strong> 18<br />

Microsoft Excel: Basic <strong>July</strong> 20<br />

Summer Rec Soccer <strong>July</strong> 24<br />

Cardinal Football Camp <strong>July</strong> 24<br />

Imagination Station <strong>July</strong> 24<br />

Microsoft PowerPoint: Basic <strong>July</strong> 25<br />

Dynasty Leagues - Kickball <strong>July</strong> 25<br />

Summer Run <strong>July</strong> 29<br />

Microsoft Word: Intermediate <strong>July</strong> 29<br />

Treasure Hunters <strong>July</strong> 31<br />

Legend Quest- The Gold Heist August 1<br />

Microsoft Word: Basic August 7<br />

Summer Olympics August 7<br />

…and much more!<br />

For an up-to date list of activities, see the CER Web Store located<br />

at<br />

www.fairmont.k12.mn.us/o/cer (Register online with your MasterCard/Visa.)<br />

For more information contact the CER Office located at,<br />

115 South Park Street, Suite 131 Fairmont.<br />

Call 507-235-3141 or Email sbusiahn@fairmont.k12.mn.us<br />

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