ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Business notes - April 1

First-time homebuyer Q&A set April 16 at Jack Pine Brewery A planned free informational discussion aimed at first-time homebuyers will cover topics involved in the process from down payments, to large deposits, closing costs, and the start-to...

Jaime Rowlette
Jaime Rowlette

First-time homebuyer Q&A set April 16 at Jack Pine Brewery

A planned free informational discussion aimed at first-time homebuyers will cover topics involved in the process from down payments, to large deposits, closing costs, and the start-to-finish timeline in today's market.

The event is scheduled 5:30-6:30 p.m., April 16, at Jack Pine Brewery, 15593 Edgewood Drive N., with Jaime Rowlette, RiverWood Bank mortgage lender.

RSVPs are requested on Facebook or by contacting Rowlette at 218-316-3784 or Jaime.Rowlette@RiverWoodBank.com .

Marketing session for businesses set in Crosby

ADVERTISEMENT

A free Marketing Survival to Revival session with insights to marketing a business and prepare for road construction is planned 8-9 a.m. Thursday, April 4, at the Crosby-Ironton High School Forum Room 500, 711 Poplar St., Crosby.

Julee Johnson, a C-I graduate, will share marketing ideas from free things businesses can do to collaboration with other businesses and more. The event is sponsored by the Cuyuna Lakes Chamber of Commerce and the Crosby-Ironton Courier.

Business After Hours set for CRMC clinic, GuidePoint

BREEZY POINT-Cuyuna Regional Medical Center and GuidePoint are celebrating the opening of their new Breezy Point locations with a Business After Hours social 4:30-6 p.m. April 9, for chamber of commerce members from Cuyuna Lakes, Brainerd and Nisswa.

All members are invited to meet the staff and tour the new clinic and pharmacy, at 30833 North Star Drive, just across County Highway 11 from the Breezy Point Sports Center.

Refreshments and beverages will be provided by Breezy Point Resort and all those attending will receive a complimentary outdoors safety and first-aid kit. There will also be live entertainment and numerous door prizes awarded, the Cuyuna chamber reported.

The clinic and pharmacy are anchors of the new North Star Center complex named after the Breezy Point North Stars USA Hockey.

CRMC's $3 million, 10,000-square-foot facility includes nine exam rooms, a procedure room, laboratory, X-ray room, central nurses station, registration and welcoming patient area. Dr. Mark Berntson, a board-certified family physician with 30 years' experience, is leading the medical staff, which also includes nurses, laboratory technologists, phlebotomists, diagnostic imaging technicians and receptionists. The clinic will employ 16 and has room for expansion.

ADVERTISEMENT

GuidePoint Pharmacy's newest facility will be staffed by Pharmacist Lisa Iverson, with two other auxiliary personnel to assist. She has been a pharmacist for more than 25 years and has experience in both community pharmacy and clinic-based pharmacy.

What To Read Next
Even if it's not a lucrative venture, the hobby of raising rabbits continues at this farm near Sebeka, Minnesota.
While traffic has roughly doubled since 2020 — the heart of the pandemic, when there were 14.9 million passengers — it’s still not at pre-pandemic levels: In 2019, there were 39.6 million passengers.
The Dispatch earned a total of 31 awards in the Minnesota Newspaper Association's Better Newspaper Contest.
Louis and Cyril Keller are the inventors of the Bobcat skid-steer loader and were selected as 2023 inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.