Chamber E-Connection
Marshall Area Chamber Weekly Events Newsletter
July 24th | 2020
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Upcoming Events
Mulligans & Margaritas Couples Night
July 24th, 2020
Marshall Golf Club

To register, call the pro shop at 507-537-1622

Partners in Ag Innovation Conference
Thursday, July 30th, 2020

We have broken down our agenda into bite-size chunks of valuable content that you can watch from your home office! Check out our event website for the latest agenda where you will see short sessions coming to you live from the MinnWest Technology Campus auditorium on our live stream. There will be an opportunity to ask questions and take a quick break to check email or grab another cup of coffee.

We have nearly 100 registrants to date - check out the attendee list here!

Our speakers and detailed agenda is available on the website here .

The full list of sessions includes:

  • The State of Ag Innovation in MN’s Ecosystem
  • COVID-19 Impacts on Ag Industry
  • New Opportunities in Agriculture: BioFuels
  • Weather & Precipitation Trends - Effects on Regional Agriculture
  • Collaborating in the New Economy, and Authentic Community & Economic Development

We are planning to present the conference virtually. Visit our event website for session details and to register.

Webinar: Litigation risks related to COVID-19
Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

As the economy reopens, businesses are welcoming more employees and customers back into their spaces. They are taking important steps to protect everyone’s health and safety, but many are wondering about their safety as employers. How can businesses protect against frivolous lawsuits? Will Minnesota lawmakers pass employer protections? Join this webinar and hear from experts about pending federal and state legislation and how better to protect your company.
American Heart Association Heart Saver CPR/First Aid Class
Tuesday, July 28th, 2020

                                Date: August 1 st , 2020
                                     Time: 9:00a – 3:00p
Location: North Memorial Ambulance
               Marshall, MN
This class is designed to certify the
student in AHA CPR/FA and is a 2 year
certification. This class meets the
requirements for Daycare providers.
Please contact Tim Birkemeyer for more information and register

The Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce will hold the State of Ag event on Tuesday, August 25 th under the Hoop Barn at the Lyon County Fairgrounds. More than ever, it will be important to hold this event to gain awareness in the agriculture community.  
Business News
MAYP Luncheon
Huge thank you to Greenwood Nursery Owner, Jeff and Store Manager, Mel at Greenwood Nursery for the presentation today for our Young Professional event! Lots of history and knowledge was shared with the group!
Thank you to Bagels & Brew for lunch.
YMCA Listening Sessions
The YMCA is listening. A lot has changed in 2020 and we want to hear from you about how the Y is serving the community now, and your vision for the future. 4 different opportunities to join in on the community conversation.  ONLINE REGISTRATION is required for these virtual listening sessions to allow the Y the ability to send out specific details and your direct meeting session link. Non-Members are welcome, and encouraged, to attend. Click a date to register.

In addition to these 4 listening session opportunities we are also gathering community thoughts with a quick survey, please take a few moments to complete the survey here .
Stuff the Bus
Donate a supply, make a difference! Help students in southwest Minnesota start the year off with the educational tools they need to be successful. Stuff the Bus collection will be taking place until July 28 th. School supplies can be dropped off in a container at any of the locations listed. Supplies will be sorted and distributed to schools on August 5 th. Needed supplies and volunteer opportunities can be found by visiting
Statewide Mask Mandate Effective July 25
Governor Walz announced Executive Order 20-81 . This order requires face coverings in indoor spaces and public buildings including retail stores, and in similar outdoor settings where social distancing is not possible. This mandate will go into effect on July 25.
Signage will be required at retail stores. Retailers will be required to make a reasonable effort to educate non-compliant customers. Retailers will be required to deal with a non-compliant customers in a manner similar to how they would deal with any other non-compliant customers relative to store policy.
Any business or other impacted party that blatantly disregards the order will be subject to penalties including up to a $1,000 fine or by imprisonment for not more than 90 days.
Business obligations, what a face covering is, and exemptions can be found here:
Impacted businesses are required to update their COVID-19 preparedness plan accordingly. Preparedness Plan Requirement Guidance for retail stores can be found here:
Exemptions to the mask mandate include: children under 2 who must never wear masks due to risk of suffocation, children 2-5 are not required to wear face coverings, people with medical or health conditions, strenuous work, and more. (Retailers are not required to verify health conditions.)
Local orders that exceed the state order are not preempted, but an analysis by the Minnesota Retailers Association shows a majority of local masking requirements are superseded by the state order.
In summary, retailers are required to:
1.   Ensure workers and customers are masked.
2.   Update COVID-19 preparedness plans to reflect the masking requirement.
3.   Treat non-compliant customers as you would any other customer violating a store policy.
4.   Post signage indicating masking is required.
Quarantine If You Might Be Sick

Stay home if you might have been exposed to COVID-19

Updated July 7, 2020
Quarantine is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others. Quarantine helps prevent spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms. People in quarantine should stay home, separate themselves from others, monitor their health, and follow directions from their state or local health department.

What’s the difference between quarantine and isolation? Quarantine keeps someone who might have been exposed to the virus away from others.

Isolation separates people who are infected with the virus away from people who are not infected.

Who needs to quarantine?
Anyone who has been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19.

This includes people who previously had COVID-19 and people who have taken a serologic (antibody) test and have antibodies to the virus.

Chamber Member Job Postings
This is  FREE  for Chamber Members!  
Log in to your ChamberMaster account and post now! Not sure how to log in? 
Call the Chamber at  507-532-4484  or email to learn how.

  • Avera Marshall
  • C.N.A. - Sign on bonus & We could pay 100% of your college tuition!
  • Long Term Care LPN - As needed!
  • Long Term Care RN - As needed; Granite Falls!
  • Registered Nurse - Med/Surg As needed! - Avera Tyler
  • Dietary Aide - Avera Marshall
  • Registered Nurse - Long Term Care - Benefit Eligible!
  • Housekeeping - Full Time!
  • Dietary Aide - Day Shift! 64 hours/2 weeks - Benefit Eligible!
  • Dietary Aide - As needed
  • RN or LPN - Full Time!
  • Registered Nurse - Long Term Care
  • Registered Nurse - Med/Surg & CCU
  • Behavioral Health Technician
  • Registered Nurse - Behavioral Health
  • Clinic LPN - Full Time!
  • Clinic RN - Full Time!
  • Clinic RN or LPN - Full Time!
  • Registered Nurse - Labor & Delivery - As needed!
  • Patient Transporter
  • Registered Nurse - Med/Surg
  • Care Assistant - Part Time/Benefit Eligible!
  • Environmental Services Aide/Housekeeping
  • Environmental Services Manager - Full time!
  • Maintenance Technician - Granite Falls!
  • BH Electronics
  • Electronic Assembler
  • Boulder Creek Assisted Living
  • Nursing Assistant (CNA)
  • GreatAmerica Financial Service Corp
  • Full/Part Time Customer Service Representative- Consumer (Marshall, MN)
  • Full/Part Time Customer Service Representative- Consumer (Marshall, MN)
  • Quality and Compliance Analyst
  • North Star Mutual Insurance Company
  • Policy Processing Technician - Personal Lines
  • Agency/Support Services Technician
  • Underwriting Technician - Farm Underwriting
  • Lyon County
  • Lyon County Highway Cost Account
  • Lyon County Technical Assistant II
  • Living Word Lutheran Church
  • Office Manager
  • Youth Ministry Director
  • Western Equipment Finance
  • Senior Credit Analyst
  • Senior Impaired Debt Specialist
  • AURI
  • Assoicate Scientist of Chemistry - Part-time
  • State Farm Insurance-Andrew Suby
  • Insurance Sales Position - Andrew Suby State Farm Insurance
  • Marshall Area YMCA
  • Summer Camp Counselor
  • Ramada
  • Front Office Supervisor
  • Western Mental Health Center
  • Mental Health Practitioner
  • FT Mental Heath Rehabilitation Worker
  • Children's Programs Supervisor
  • City of Marshall
  • Firefighter
  • United Way of Southwest Minnesota
  • Communications & Engagement Coordinator
  • Vishay HiRel Systems LLC
  • Production Operator - Vishay
  • Vishay Production Operator - Part-Time
  • Schwan's Home Delivery
  • Assistant Manager of Route Sales
  • Route Sales Representative
  • Sr Product Quality Rep
  • Marshall Public Schools
  • School Nurse

Any Chamber member may submit job postings! Ask about your login by emailing  or call the Chamber at 532-4484.
Chamber Member Hot Deals
This is  FREE  for Chamber Members!  
Log in to your ChamberMaster account and post now! Not sure how to log in? 
Call the Chamber at  507-532-4484  or email to learn how.

  • Suite Liv'n
  • 1 & 2 Bedroom units for rent

Any Chamber member may submit hot deals! Ask about your login by emailing  or call the Chamber at 532-4484.
Chamber E-Connection Guidelines and Policies
Newsletter Goals and Audience
The purpose of the Chamber E-Connection newsletter is to share our members' events with other business and community members. It is an informational newsletter and helps to promote our member businesses and their events. Each Friday, our newsletter is sent to over 1,800 individuals. Our separate emails are sent to the same list, but are held especially for our Chamber events and Business After Hours.

Newsletter Policy
E-Connection events are included based on requests from the member business. The following criteria are requested by the Marshall Area Chamber for event submissions:
  • Events flyers or submissions must be an actual event. We do not include sales or promotions.
  • Events can be included in the E-Connection for one week free of charge, and you have the option of adding one additional week for $20.
  • Submissions must be sent the Wednesday prior to that Friday's E-Connection to be included email
  • All event flyers are for Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce members only.