If you read this newsletter often, you know that there can be a spelling error or two fom time to time.

So in honor of that I thought I would share a tip on how one spelling mistake can destroy your life...
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That's a wrap on Patio Power Hour for the season! We are already working on next summer's line up!
A huge thank you to Carbone's of Lakeville for being amazing hosts for the final Patio Power Hour of the season. The weather was gorgeous, service was impeccable and the food was AMAZING! The photos below highlight some of the incredible cuisine we enjoyed. They have nothing to do with the fact that we were having too good a time to remember to take photos.
Good Morning Lakeville!
A part of the Lakeville Chamber's mission is to provide Advocacy and Access to our members. This new series allows you to have a casual conversation with some key individuals in our community. Mayor Anderson did an amazing job of kicking this off by giving us updates on all things Lakeville - including residential and commercial building progress and policy agenda items. There were several topics discussed throughout the interactive conversation.
Mark your Calendar for next one...
Welcome Drs. Nick and Brielle!
OCTOBER LUNCHEON October 8 | Juniper Commons
Join us for the annual State of the Schools luncheon. This year, Lakeville Area Schools will be talking, and answering your questions, about the upcoming referendum on the ballot November 5th.
LUNCH MOB Thursday
Spend your lunch hour with friends and fellow Chamber members while supporting one of our local restaurants!
Having trouble hiring?
Jeb Myers, the President of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, will be talking to Lakeville Chamber members about a unique opportunity for you to participate in. It is called the Corporate Work Study Program, and it combines workforce development for students with an immediate equivalent of a full-time employee for the business.
Calling our HOSPITALITY businesses!
Hunting Works for Minnesota’s co-chair Bruce Nustad, President of the Minnesota Retailers Association, will discuss the many benefits of hunting for our state and for our local Lakeville economy. 
First launched in 2010, Hunting Works for Minnesota with their 300+ partners help tell the story how hunting and the shooting sports are good for Minnesota’s economy, heritage and conservation efforts. 
Annual October After Hours!
Veteran's Day 11.11.19
Booth Space Now on Sale
November 13 | 5-7PM
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A husband sent this to his wife: "I'm having a wonderful time, wish you were her."

YES...I know I had a spelling error on top! Come on, I had to!
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