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Business notes - Nov. 11

'Old School' CHOW event set in Crosslake

The Lakes Area Kids Enrichment Foundation and the Crosslake Community School are putting together an "Old School" Chamber CHOW to celebrate the new school, as part of the Business NOW with the Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce.

Moonlite Bay, 37627 County Road 66, Crosslake, will host the event from noon to 1 p.m. Tuesday. Lunch comes with a $5 suggested donation. Participants will be able to visit with the board of directors and learn more about the new school which will also serve as a community facility.

There will be a visual presentation showing features that include indoor and outdoor meeting spaces, gymnasium with concert or theater options and more.

For more information, call Crosslake Chamber of Commerce 218-692-4027.

Business After Hours hosted by Hy-Tec Construction

Join Hy-Tec Construction as they host at Business After Hours from 4:30-6 p.m. Tuesday, at 11360 Business Highway 371.

Ernie's on Gull will be catering delicious appetizers: Build your own bruschetta bar, lobster spinach and artichoke dip with naan bread and bacon wrapped water chestnuts with mustard dip.

Hy-Tec Construction of Brainerd relies on the latest technology and building methods to ensure that their work meets or exceeds the highest standards in commercial, residential and industrial construction.

Everyone is invited to learn more about the Brainerd Lakes Chamber of Commerce and gain exposure for their business by attending this free event.

As a courtesy to the host, advanced registration is recommended. Call 218-829-2838 for more information.

Highland Senior Living to host Friday Morning Coffee

LITTLE FALLS—The Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce invites all chamber members,

employees and guests to Highland Senior Living from 7:30-9 a.m. Friday, 1012 Third Ave. NE. for Friday Morning Coffee.

Announcements and introductions are at 8 a.m. Sponsoring this month is Highland Senior Living.

Workshop focuses on family farm

LITTLE FALLS—This workshop is designed to show what steps to take to help ensure afarm, business, or cabin, will stay in the family.

The event will identify transition obstacles, show you how to protect your assets now and in the future, and help develop a strategy to smoothly transition ownership to the family. The workshop will be presented by Thrivent Financial Associate Carlyle Olsen at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Little Falls Senior Center, 510 Seventh St. NE. For more information, contact Carlyle Olsen at 320-632-1655 or 320-232-9846.