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Chamberline December 2009

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Greetings to everyone in Dickinson, North Dakota,

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2010 Census

As I was flying over the other day, I noticed your quaint town. I decided to make a quick trip into some of the shops to see what I could find. As you may know Christmas is getting close and I am starting to run short of toys, tools, computers, computer gadgets, and big screen TVs, and stuff for moms. I walked up and down the streets and in the mall; I could see the things I needed for all. As I began to shop my helpers (elves) carried the bags of treasures, the clerks in the stores were extremely helpful. The wide range of great products and gifts at reasonable prices were fantastic. The distinctiveness of some of the items I will never find in any other area but here.

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At each store everyone helped me pick out what I needed, if they didn’t have it they suggested they would order it in special or maybe the neighbor down the street may have it. Neighbors helping neighbors pick out just the right present for families and friends. This town of Dickinson is friendly, courteous, and willing to help each of their customers. I will certainly come back next year and shop for all of my holiday shopping.

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The Chamber will close at noon on Christmas Eve Day December 24, 2009 And all day Christmas December 25, 2009

Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Klint Sickler ……………........................President Chris Johnson........................................Pres-Elect Nathan Bouray .....................................Treasurer Elaine Myran .........................................Director Mike Renner ..........................................Director

The Dickinson Chamber of Commerce, Convention & Visitors Bureau & Stark Development Corporation invite all of their members to an open house. The open house will be from 3:00 until 6:00pm at the Dickinson Chamber of Commerce at 314 3rd Ave W.

Dennis Cannon .....................................Director Harmony Kolling .................................Director Blaine Stockert.....................................Past President Rachelle Schroeder ............................Director Christian Kostelecky..........................Director Terry Kovacevich................................Director Craig Kubas............................................Director

Committee Chairperson Agriculture .............................................Tim Lindemann Airport Promotions Committee. Matt Remynse Ambassador...........................................Jeff Reisenauer Education................................................Vince Reep Governmental Affairs........................Shirley Dukart Promotions and Retail......................Mary Massad 3on3 Hoopfest ......................................Blaine Stockert/Lynn Andres

STAFF Lexi Sebastian.......................................Executive Director

You will

Kristi Tessier.........................................Events & Marketing Coordinator Cindy Brock ...........................................Administrative Assistant


be amazed!!

First Day of the Month Published By C. Brock

Deadline Fourth Monday of the month - For both copy and advertising Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce 314 3rd Avenue West •P.O. Box C Dickinson, ND 58601

Thank you DecemberCoffee Fund

Phone: 701-225-5115 • Fax: 701-225-5116 Board of Directors monthly meeting minutes and annual financial statements are available to Chamber Members. .

The Mission of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce “The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce provides leadership towards a a progressive business community.”

Congress Debates Health Reform Congress continues to debate the question of whether all employers should be required to provide health care coverage to their employees. Congress would make the option simple: either buy coverage or pay a new tax. On the surface it may appear that paying the tax would be cheaper than purchasing coverage. However, under this option overall employer taxes may increase dramatically. Consider the following: The new tax is in addition to all other taxes paid by the employer - no credits are given against other taxes. Employers providing health care coverage receive a tax deduction that lowers overall taxes. Employers do not get the same dollar value from paying a tax as they do receiving a tax deduction To help employers evaluate the tax ramifications of this proposal, we encourage you to use this simple, tax calculator. In just a few minutes, the calculator can give you a rough estimate of how the options will affect your company's bottom line. Unfortunately, the work doesn't end here. None of the reform efforts proposed in Congress will lower the overall cost of health care or reduce health insurance premiums, meaning employers who continue to provide coverage will be trapped in a system of everincreasing costs. These issues must be addressed and we need your help! Tell Congress to drop the employer mandate before it cripples employers nationwide -- and tell them to refocus their efforts on ways to reduce overall health care and premium costs before it's too late .

Chamberline News & Advertisement Do you have a new employee or some good news about your business that you would like everyone one to know about? We would love to put it in the Chamberline. News articles are free to submit. Would you like to advertise in the Chamberline and reach 750 business people? Advertising rates are calculated on the size of the ad. Call or e-mail for rates. Submit your news or advertisement in the Chamberline by the Tuesday of the end of each month and watch for your article in the Chamberline. Send your message to or call 225-5115.

Give a Little Extra This Christmas

“Adopt a Grandparent”

It seems there is always someone that needs a little extra this time of the year. Some of the elderly have no family left to visit them in assisted living or nursing homes. If you would like to donate a gift please call the activities director at one of the following to find out what is needed.

Happy Holidays! Tis the season for giving, gift giving is one of the simplest ways to show you care. During the holidays there are people who do not feel loved or cared for because they do not receive a gift. Unfortunately some of those people are the elderly in nursing homes or assisted living homes. This season I have developed a program to eliminate that. My program is called, “Adopt a Grandparent”.

Benedict Court – 830 2nd Avenue East – 456-7320

If you would like to “Adopt a Grandparent” or more than one it is simple! My $30 Mary Kay gift baskets will go to Hawks Point, Country house, Benedict Court, Saint benedicts Home, St Luke’s Home & Evergreen Retirement Home.

St. Benedicts Health Center – 851 4th Ave. West – 4567242

Dickinson Country House – 628 24th Street West – 4832266

Evergreen – 2143 6th Ave. West – 483-6606

St. Lukes – 242 10 St. West - 483-5000

If you would please send the same number of business cards as the number you wish to donate and/or adopt I will attach them to the baskets. Mail your check to Denise Osmond at 1415 2nd St. S., Dickinson, ND 58601., Please include Number of baskets, Name of Organization Donating. Make Checks payable to Denise Osmond. Contact Denise Osmond by December 7, 2009 at 701-290-9105.

2010 CENSUS 314 3rd Avenue West Dickinson, ND 58601


JUMP ON BOARD WITH US! 2010 Census •

Census Forms will be sent out mid-March 2010.

The Census is an attempt to count everyone where they live and sleep most of the year as of April 1st, 2010.

All citizens and noncitizens need to be counted.

An accurate count is VITAL to the health of southwestern North Dakota.

Once every ten years the U.S. Census Bureau conducts a count of all individuals living and sleeping in the United States. The data collected is used by businesses for market evaluations and growth opportunities. This past spring an address canvassing was conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau in an attempt to update all local addresses.

tation, and much more. Legislative lines are also drawn based on census data. Our voice both locally and nationally depends on the number of representatives we have. The number of representative we have depends on our census count. We have a great opportunity to create an awareness campaign throughout our community and WE NEED YOUR HELP!

Census forms will be distributed in March 2010 and should be filled out and returned immediately. Census data is used by HOW DO YOU SEE businesses to make inSOUTHWESTERN NORTH DAKOTA’S FUformed, strategic, and TURE? fiscally-sound decisions to expand or to relocate in our area.















Census data is used to calculate federal and state funding used for roads, bridges, public health services, schools, senior services, emergency services, public transpor-

~ Only 10 questions to answer. ~ Takes 10 minutes to complete. ~ Will be distributed mid-March 2010.

You and your organization are encouraged to jump on board with us.

Our goal is to use the 2010 Census as a tool to help southwestern North Dakota continue to grow and prosper.


~ Shortest form in history.

Community support is VITAL to the success of a complete count in our area.


~ If you live at a temporary location, you will receive a second form at that location. ~ If North Dakota is your home, fill out the form you received in North Dakota and NOT at your temporary location.

~ Return by April 1st, 2010. ~ Information protected by law.

~ North Dakota benefits from federal and state funding which is



~ “A complete and accurate count for Dickinson is in our hands - fill out and return your 2010 Census form.” ~ “The 2010 Census will affect North Dakota’s future - Stark County’s future - Your future. LET’S TAKE A STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION FOR DICKINSON, STARK COUNTY, & SW

~ “Filling out and returning your 2010 Census form is VITAL to the health of southwestern North Dakota.”

~ “The 2010 Census is in our hands - let’s make North Dakota count!” ~ “The 2010 Census will affect your future - help create a better future for you and for those who are important to you.” ~ “Dickinson moves forward when you send it back - let’s make Dickinson count in the 2010 Census.”


“For every 100 people not counted, North Dakota loses $1 million in funding.”

> Include the above 2010 Census information in your newsletters or on your customer invoices and statements. > Display and distribute 2010 Census awareness materials available at Stark Development (701) 225-5997. > Post a 2010 Census clickable image that brings visitors to the website. Contact Stark Development for more information. > Post a 2010 web banner on your website. Contact Stark Development for more infor-

mation. > Display a 2010 Census awareness message on your marquee or message board. > Discuss the importance of participating in the 2010 Census with employees, customers, and business associates. > Allow Stark Development Corporation to come to your business for a short presentation regarding the importance of a complete and accurate census count.

The Role of Stark Development Corporation

Stark Development Corporation Board of Directors is taking an aggressive stance toward an awareness campaign for the upcoming 2010 Census.


The Dickinson Complete Count Committee has also been formed to help target hardto-count populations in our area. However, community involvement is the only way an accurate count is possible. Stark Development is available as an information source and idea generator for your 2010 Census campaign.

For more information contact Lori Jordheim Census Count Coordinator Stark Development Corporation 314 3rd Ave E Dickinson, ND 58601 701 225-5997/Toll free:1-888-880-7963

From the office of: Tasha Gartner & Dream O’Brien 46 1st St W Dickinson, ND 58601 701-456-3390 ROTH IRA CONVERSIONS FOR 2010 A unique opportunity for IRA owners. In 2010, anyone may convert a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA. No income limits will stand in the way of the conversion.1 Should you do it? Here’s why it may (or may not) make sense for you to go Roth next year. Why you might want to consider it. A Roth IRA permits tax-free growth and tax-free income distributions in retirement (assuming you are age 59½ or older and have held your Roth account for 5 years or longer). You can contribute to a Roth IRA after age 70½, without having to take mandatory withdrawals. While contributions to a Roth IRA aren’t tax-deductible, the younger you are, the more attractive a Roth IRA may seem.2 However, older investors have reason to go Roth as well – especially if they don’t really need to withdraw IRA assets. Under present tax law, converting an untapped traditional IRA to a Roth will shrink the size of your taxable estate, and careful estate planning could foster decades of tax-free growth for those IRA assets.3 Currently, if you name your spouse as the beneficiary of your Roth IRA, your spouse can treat the inherited IRA as his or her own after you die and forego withdrawals. So those Roth IRA assets can keep compounding untaxed across the rest of your spouse’s life. If your spouse then names a son or daughter as a beneficiary, that heir has the choice to make minimum withdrawals according to his or her life expectancy, all while the assets continue to compound tax-free. Currently, withdrawals from an inherited Roth IRA are not subject to income tax.3

Why you may want to think twice about it. The IRS regards a traditional IRA-to-Roth IRA conversion as a distribution from a traditional IRA – a taxable event.4 You’ll need to pay taxes on the entire amount of the conversion. Do you have the money to do that? Keep in mind, however: with the market down, many IRA values are lower than they have been for years. That translates to paying less tax on gains. It is also worth remembering that tax rates could increase in the years ahead – another reason why now may be a good time to convert. (You could simply do a partial Roth IRA conversion if converting the full amount would send you into a higher tax bracket.)4 You may be tempted to use the current IRA assets to pay the conversion tax, but should you? If you’re younger than 59½, you’re looking at a 10% penalty on the amount you withdraw, and you’ll lose the chance for tax-free compounding of those assets within the Roth IRA.5 Why you might want to fund a Roth IRA this year. In 2009, any withdrawals from a traditional IRA can be used to fund a Roth IRA.6 Interesting. Why is this so? In years past, mandatory withdrawals from a traditional IRA typically couldn’t be deposited into a Roth IRA. But the federal government has suspended mandatory IRA withdrawals for 2009.7 Any IRA withdrawals made in 2009 are thereby elective withdrawals. So, if your adjusted gross income (AGI) is $100,000 or less, you have an option to fund a Roth IRA with a withdrawal from a traditional IRA – at least through the end of 2009.6 In 2009, you can fund a Roth IRA with after-tax contributions to a 401(k), 403(b) or 457 retirement savings plan. This year, you can take those contributions and convert them to a Roth IRA tax-free, provided your AGI is $100,000 or less. More good news: there is no limit to the conversion amount.1 A potential tax break for those who convert in 2010. If you do a Roth conversion during 2010, you can choose to divide the taxes on the conversion between your 2011 and 2012 federal returns.8 Be sure to consult your tax advisor before you convert. This is a very good idea before you arrange any rollover, trustee-totrustee transfer, or same-trustee transfer of your IRA assets. In any year, you should fully understand the potential tax impact of a Roth conversion on your finances and your estate. Also, remember that while the income limit on Roth IRA conversions will go away in 2010, the income limits on Roth IRA contributions still apply next year and for the foreseeable future.8 These are the views of Peter Montoya Inc., not the named Representative nor Broker/Dealer, and should not be construed as investment advice. Neither the named Representative nor Broker/Dealer gives tax or legal advice. All information is believed to be from reliable sources; however, we make no representation as to its completeness or accuracy. The publisher is not engaged in rendering legal, accounting or other professional services. If other expert assistance is needed, the reader is advised to engage the services of a competent professional. Please consult your Financial Advisor for further information.

Great Plains National Bank – Celebrates 100 Years

Village Gift Shop – Holiday Downtown Shopping

323 18th Street West, Dickinson

46 1st Ave. West, Dickinson, ND

(701) 483-8282

The Great Plains National Bank started 100 years ago as its as 1st National Bank of Belfield in September of 1909 which is its charted home. 1998 the bank branched to Dickinson. The bank later changed its name to the Great Plains National Bank. Great Plains also branched into South Heart, LaMoure and soon to be in Ellendale. Great Plains boost long time employees Diane Tift has worked 30 years and Joyce Reisenauer 32 years both at the Belfield bank. Ken Dukart, VP has been at the Dickinson branch since April 2001. Great Plains Board of Directors are: Wolfram Wald, Dr. Dennis Wolf, George Wald (President), Allan T. Thompson, Larry Robinson, Glen Hochhalter, and Mark Zastoupil. All of these directors are local Dickinson area business people and ranchers. Great Plains National Bank’s primary focus in banking is AG related. Great Plains is also a full service bank. They do offer a wide variety of deposit products and lending services including consumer, commercial and residential. Great Plains also offers a full line of deposit products and is at competitive rates. Great Plains also offers On-line banking for their customer convenience.

It has been said that the Village Gift Shop is “The most unique gift store in the Upper Midwest”. Tourists come to the store and are amazed that southwestern North Dakota can have a shop such as this. Many have said the store is “one of a kind” and have not seen anything like it in all their travels. The Village has been in business since 1970. It offers a non-conventional, unexpected shopping experience that engages all five senses. Products are displayed from floor to ceiling. Our merchandise is eclectic with surprises around every corner. We have a super-friendly staff that is always ready to assist the customer in their selections for the home or gift giving. As you enter the store, soft music is playing, invoking fond memories and setting the mood for a pleasant shopping experience. The store always smells great, whether it’s from fragrance lamps, potpourri or our candles. You will see displays done by owner Angie Dire who has a special talent in design.

Great Plains National Bank, We are your Home Town, Locally Owned, Community Bank.

Some of the items you will find at The Village are Amish furniture with the Borkholder crest, custom upholstered furniture, occasional tables, decorator lamps, a large assortment of clocks, gourmet coffees, prints, dinnerware, North Dakota products, unique jewelry, a large selection of floral and many items suitable for the home and gift giving. They are also a Gold Key Dealer for Department 56 Villages.

The magic of the season will surround you as you step through the doors at The Village. Come in and let the staff assist you in whatever you desire. Store hours are 9:30-5:30 Mon. thru Fri. and 9:30-5:00 on Sat. Hours vary during the holiday season.

FINANCIAL FOCUS Have You Built Your Investment Pyramid? Article 11— Nov. 16, 2009 Of the “Seven Wonders of the Ancient World,” the only one still in existence is the Great Pyramid of Giza. This tells you something about the strength of the pyramid structure, but it also suggests that the pyramid may be a good metaphor for other endeavors that you wish to endure — such as your investment strategy. In fact, by creating an appropriate “investment pyramid,” you could address your key financial needs and goals. What might this pyramid look like? Consider the following “layers”: • Cash and cash equivalents — The “base” of your pyramid should consist of cash and cash equivalents — short-term investment vehicles that are highly liquid. Without sufficient cash available, the rest of your pyramid could crumble because you might be forced to liquidate longer-term investments to pay for short-term or emergency needs. • Income — The next level up of your pyramid might contain income-oriented investments, such as bonds and Certificates of Deposit (CDs). While these investments may not offer sizable rates of return, they can offer reliable income. • Growth and income — The middle layer of your pyramid should include investments, such as dividend-paying stocks, that offer the potential for both growth and income. (Keep in mind, though, that companies are not obligated to pay dividends and can reduce or eliminate them at any time.) • Growth — The second layer from the top of your pyramid is reserved for growth-oriented investments, such as the stocks of companies whose earnings are expected to grow at an above average rate, relative to the rest of the financial market. As you’ll note, though, the key word is “expected,” because growth stocks can, and do, produce negative returns as well as positive ones. • Aggressive — At the very top of your pyramid are the most aggressive investments. While these investments may offer the highest growth potential, they also usually carry the greatest risk level.

Your total investment mix may include investments

from every part of the pyramid, but how much should go into each layer? There’s no one right answer for everyone. In filling out your investment pyramid, you’ll need to consider your risk tolerance, time horizon, short- and long-term goals and other factors. So, if you are a fairly conservative investor, you might place fewer investment dollars in the “aggressive” layer than someone who was willing to take more chances in exchange for potentially higher returns. However, the various weightings within your investment pyramid will likely change over time. As you near retirement, for example, you may want to move some — but certainly not all — of your investments from the “growth” layer to the "growth and income" or “income” layers. An investment professional can help you review your evolving family and financial situations and make recommendations on what changes you may need to make to your pyramid. Pyramids last a long time. And if you build and maintain your investment pyramid with care, you can keep it working efficiently for many years to come.

Jay J. Bleth

From the Ukrainian Cultural Institute 1221 W. Villard 483-1486


Sviata Vechera Holy Supper –

Wheat with honey & poppy seed

Christmas Eve Supper Sviata Vechera begins when the first star appears in the sky on Christmas Eve. Father brings in a sheaf of grain called “didukh” – grandfather. He places it in a corner under the icons. The didukh unites the living and the deceased members of the family. The center piece on the Christmas Eve table is threee kolachi with a candle in the center. A meal of twelve dishes is served. These dishes are: kutia (wheat with honey and poppy seed); meatless borshch; fish; pickled herring; varenyky/pyrohy with potato, sauerkraut, and fruit filling; holubtsi with rice; mushroom gravy; compote with stewed dry fruit; kolach and beverage.

2 cups wheat, picked and washed and dried in the oven for about 45 minutes at 200 degrees ½ cup or more poppy seeds ½ cup honey or a mixture of honey and sugar ¼ cup chopped walnuts Soak wheat in water to cover overnight. Next day simmer for approximately six hours stirring occasionally until desired tenderness. Add additional water if necessary. Season with salt. Sweeten to taste with honey or honey and sugar. Prepare the poppy seed by rinsing until water is clear. Poppy seed can be added whole or ground. To grind, soak poppy seed about 30 minutes in warm water. Drain and grind with finest blade of food chopper or in blender. Stir in poppy seed and chopped nuts. Kutia may be served wither warm or cold.

If you would like more information contact the Dickinson Area Chamber at 225-5115

We are working in on the upcoming Bullday Day Showcase and Ag Week Awareness. The new 2010 Calendar will be coming out in December

We just finished Education Week.

Will begin meeting in January.

The Coffee with the Great Lakes was very informative for the public.

We are working on the Parade of Lights and the Chamber Bucks Giveaway at different Businesses.

We are just finishing up the Membership Campaign and are starting on the Sampling of Sicily. We will not be doing any Ribbon Cuttings in December but will resume in January.

We are going to change our name and begin working on other things besides the 3 on 3. The first will be a golf scramble.

Chamber Bucks Make a Great Gift Dickinson has many assets to offer including a vibrant shopping district. It is important to shop Dickinson first for the holidays for our own convenience and to keep our business district strong. Chamber Bucks are a great way to keep Dickinson first on your list. They make great gifts for friends, family and employees. Chamber Bucks are used at Dickinson Chamber of Commerce member businesses just like cash. Chamber Bucks are an even exchange of money just like cash. Chamber Bucks are offered in denominations of $5, $10 and $20. Pick up your Chamber Bucks at the Chamber Office. Remember Keep Business in Dickinson and Keep Dickinson in Business.

Applications are now being taken for Denim Days Funding Denim Days is a grant program run by the Chamber’s Executive committee. Participating businesses collect $1 from each employee wearing jeans on Fridays. This money is sent to the Chamber and the Executive committee donates the funds to non-profit organizations in SW North Dakota. 100% of the funds collected are granted out, so you can be sure your money is used to its fullest potential. Please contact the Dickinson Chamber of Commerce for an application. We can e-mail, fax, or mail you the application or you can pick up the application at the Chamber of Commerce. If you have questions about Denim Days, please contact the chamber at 225-5115. Applications are due at the Chamber of Commerce by December 29, 2009

December 2009 Sun







1 Chamber Promotions Committee 12:00pm Kiwanis Club 12-1pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

2 Rotary Club 12-1pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

3 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm The Dead Guy Theatre 7:30pm

4 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm DSU - Basketball Parade of Lights 6:30pm

5 5K Jingle Bell Run/ Walk Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm DSU- Basketball Holiday Tasting 4-6 Winter Reflections

6St. Elizabeth Fundraiser 10:30am Holiday Open House 1-5pm Light Up Life 3-6pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park

7 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm Prairie Rose Chorus 7-9pm

8 Dickinson YP 12-1 Kiwanis Club 12-1 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm Prairie Rose Chorus 79pm

9 Rotary Club 12-1pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm The Dead Guy 7:30pm

10 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm The Dead Guy 7:30pm

11Science Seminar 34pm Chamber of Commerce Holiday Open House 3 - 6pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park

12 DHS Gymnastics Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm Yuletyme Celebration 5:00pm The Dead Guy 7:30pm

13 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

14 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

15 Kiwanis Club 12-1 Boy’s Roughrider BB Tournament 3-9pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

161 COCO Audio Conference 4pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

17 Chamber Airport Promotions Committee 8 - 9am Boy’s Roughrider BB Tournament 3-9pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

18 DHS Wrestling Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm DSU - Basketball

19 DHS Wrestling Boy’s Roughrider BB Tournament 3-9pm Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm DSU - Basketball

25 Christmas Day Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

26Kwanzaa Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

Rotary Club 6pm 20 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm DSU - Basketball

21 1st Day of Winter Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm Dickinson City Commission Meeting 5:15

22 Kiwanis Club 12-1 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

23 Rotary Club 12-1 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

24 Christmas Eve Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

27 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

28 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

29 Kiwanis Club 12-1 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

30 Rotary Club 12-1 Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm

31New Year’s Eve Annual Christmas Prairie Outpost Park 4 - 9:30pm New Year’s Eve Party 8 - 12:30am

For more information go to

December Chamberline  

newsletter for the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce