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Thank you to everyone that came out for lunch today and to Bourbon Butcher for the amazing food! Watch the newsletter for the next one...coming soon!
Nearly 500 new Lakeville residents/families will be receiving their Chamber welcome packet in the mail this week! Thank you to all of the businesses who help us greet our new residents each year. If you would like more information on how to participate in our quarterly New Resident Mailing, email shanen@lakevillechambercvb.org .
It's nice to meet you!
Some of our newest Chamber members introduced themselves at the luncheon last week. (L to R): Alexander Allen, Met Life; Julie and David Chen, Waffle Bar; Traci Leffner, Sovran; Jeff Mahoney, Farm Bureau Wealth Management; Kris Pierson and David Burkum, Valley Christian Church; Krystel Anderson and Jonah Meyer, Spero Senior Living.
Help Still Needed!
We've got some local finalists again this year!
Thursday, September 12
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Vadnais Heights Commons

Investment includes networking, program and lunch
$55 Individual Ticket | $440 Table of 8

2019 Leaders in Local Government Award Finalists
We are excited to announce the finalists for the 2019 Leaders in Local Government awards and Elected Official of Note!

Business Retention and Expansion

Communications and Marketing


Planning, Land Use and Public Works

Public Safety

Elected Official of Note
Hunting Works for Minnesota’s co-chair Bruce Nustad, President of the Minnesota Retailers Association, will be in Lakeville for a presentation on Thursday, October 3 and we hope you can join us from 8:30-9:30 am at the Holiday Inn. Bruce 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. Minnesota is home to around 500,000 hunters and they give a boost to our state’s economy throughout the hunting season. From buying fuel and snacks at convenience stores, stocking up on groceries for deer camp, eating out at local restaurants, staying overnight at local hotels, shopping at retailers for hunting supplies and everything in between.
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