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Chamberline July 2010

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WELCOME NEW MEMBERS

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COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE

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The Chamber of Commerce will be closed July 5

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Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Klint Sickler ……………...................... President Chris Johnson ..................................... Pres-Elect Nathan Bouray................................... Treasurer Elaine Myran ...................................... Director Mike Renner ....................................... Director 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 .......................................... Mary Urlacher Airport Promotions . ....................... Matt Remynse Ambassador........................................ John Regar Education ............................................ Joleen Praus Governmental Affairs...................... TBA Promotions and Retail .................... TBA Officials................................................. Blaine Stockert/Lynn Andres

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originally grew up in southern Nebraska, and attended college and law school at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. After graduating with my law degree I practiced in my home town for one year before moving to Dickinson in 2006. I have been practicing law here in Dickinson ever since. My practice at Ebeltoft Sickler focuses on oil and gas law, as well as real estate, so the past few years have been very busy with the increased activity in the area. I have been on the Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors since 2007, and currently act as Treasurer, as well as sitting on the Governmental Affairs Committee, and serving as liaison to Stark Development Corporation, and the Badlands Activity Center Development Board.

Lexi Sebastian .................................... Executive Director Kristi Tessier ...................................... Events & Marketing Coordinator Cindy Brock ........................................ Administrative Assistant

Publication First Day of the Month Published By C. Brock

In my spare time I enjoy participating in sports of all kinds, including running, basketball, and golf. I recently completed my first half marathon. I live in Dickinson with my wife Jen, and our two dogs, Rufus and Wilber.

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 58602 Phone: 701-225-5115  Fax: 701-225-5116 E-mail: team@dickinsonchamber.org

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Board of Directors monthly meeting minutes

The Mission of the Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce

and annual financial statements are available to Chamber Members.

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

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Theurer Promoted at U.S. Bank in Dickinson

U.S. Bank has promoted Amanda Theurer to the position of universal banker at its Dickinson office on Second Street West. Amanda is now responsible for taking loan applications, opening deposit accounts and processing a variety of banking transactions for U.S. Bank customers. She joined U.S. Bank in March of 2009 as a vault teller at U.S. Bank in Dickinson. Theurer is a native of Dickinson, and is a graduate of Dickinson High School. She attended Dickinson State University and she also studied cosmetology at the Hair Academy.

Travis Toews becomes Securian Financial Advisor

Travis Toews was recently named a representative with Securian Financial Advisors of ND, Inc., a financial services firm. Travis Towes will be located at 112 Third St. W., Suite 303 in Dickinson. Toews is also a registered representative with Securian Financial Services, Inc., securities dealer, member FINRA/SIPC. The Securian Financial Network is a nationwide network of financial service firms and financial specialists. It is the marketing name for the sales and distribution arm of Securian Financial Group, Inc., its subsidiaries and affiliates, including Minnesota Life Insurance Company.

Days Hotel – Grand Dakota Lodge & Conference Center becomes Ramada

It will be official at 6:30 on June 29 th the Days Hotel – Grand Dakota Loge and Conference Center will become a Ramada. ―It fits our hotel better as far as the standards,‖ General Manager Elaine Myran said, adding with the number of conventions the hotel hosts and the size of the property it is more fitting. There won’t be staff changes at the hotel, which employs about 90 people, and guests won’t see price changes, she said. Logos will be changed and the name becomes Ramada-Grand Dakota Lodge and Conference Center.

Kadrmas Lee & Jackson announce New Employee

Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson has hired Dan Pladson as an engineering technician in the transportation group. He attended North Dakota State College of Science. Kadrmas, Lee & Jackson is a local engineering, surveying, and planning firm.

The original 149-room hotel added 43 suites and expanded the conference and meeting center this spring. Most Days Inns don’t offer as much convention space, Myran said, adding they must meet all Ramada’s standards.

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3.8 Million Miles Driven & Still Safe

Dwight Wunderlich, Dickinson, was selected as the North Dakota Motor Carriers Association Driver of the Year. In December, Dwight was also selected by Ryder Truck Rental as the Driver of the Year for the upper Midwest Business Unit, according to a press release. Wunderlich joined TMI Transport on Feb. 11, 1980. He recently celebrated 30 years of continuous service with TMI and has driven more than 3.8 million miles, according to the press release. He has been recognized with numerous safety, performance and top driver awards during his tenure at TMI. ―Dwight is a true professional and the most safetyminded driver I have ever known, TMI Transport Manager Pat Severson said. ―He delivers on time and leaves on time, making sure our customers are taken care of.‖

Grant Judah named Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation Manager Grant Judah, a physical therapist at Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinic, was recently named injury prevention and rehabilitation manager for the Bismarck and Dickinson locations. Prior to this position, Judah was a work injury rehabilitation specialist at the clinic.

Wunderlich, his wife Theresa and family reside in Dickinson. When not on the road he volunteers with the House of Manna, which distributes donated items to families in need. TMI Transport Corp. services the freight needs of TMI Systems Design Corp., delivering products in 48 states and three Canadian provinces.

As injury prevention and rehabilitation manager, Judah will oversee staff and coordinate post work injury rehabilitation services and their protocols. He is also responsible for the Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinics’ injury prevention programs, such as ergonomics, the Lift Right and Industrial Athlete program, pre-placement testing, pre-injury screening, functional capacity assessments and jobsite analysis. For more information on Medcenter One Occupational Health Clinic, call 225-7575 .

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Dr. John T. Keaveny, D.D.S. Completes Planning Course Dr. John T. Keaveny, a specialist in Oral & Maxillofacial surgery in Dickinson, recently completed training. The course involved diagnosis and treatment planning with interactive CT software and was presented at the Pikos Implant Institute in Palm Harbor, FL. Keaveny specializes in dental implants, jaw fractures, wisdom teeth removal, excision of lesions and tooth extractions. His office is located at 669 12th St. W.

Local McDonald’s Recognized for Health, Safety

Kelley’s McDonald’s restaurants in Dickinson and Williston were recognized for work-site safety and health efforts and were recently accepted into SHARP, according to a press release issued Monday. SHARP is a special Occupational Safety and Health Administration recognition program for companies that excel in safety and health. To earn the award a company must have all required OSHA safety and health programs in place, low workplace injury rates, safety conscious management and employees and superb safety training, according to the release. Kelley’s McDonald’s also had to complete an in-depth safety and health consultation. Acceptance into SHARP by OSHA is a significant achievement that singles out the Kelly’s McDonald’s restaurants in Dickinson and Williston among their business peers as a model for work-site safety and health.

DEAN RUMMEL HONORED WITH COMMUNITY LEADERSHIP AWARD

Dean Rummel received the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce Community Leadership Award during the Dickinson Chamber Business after Hours on June 1st at the Badlands Activities Center. The award is one of the Chamber’s highest honors and is being presented in recognition of the spirit of service and support Rummel brings to the community of Dickinson. Dave MacIver, president of the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce made the presentation. Rummel has been a leader in the Dickinson public education system for many years. He has served on the Board of Education for the Dickinson Public School District for over a decade and as president of the Dickinson Public School Board for the past nine years. Since 2004, Rummel has been a member of the North Dakota Education Fact Finding Commission; and he has also served as board chair of the Roughrider Educational Services Program from 2002 to 2009 and as director of the Dickinson Public School Foundation from 1999 to 2005. He is the president of TMI Corporations, a position he has held since 1999, and is currently the chairman of the national AWI Quality Certification program and a member of the Dickinson Area Manufacturers Roundtable. Rummel has been treasurer of the District 37 Republican Party since 1985, and has also served in various committee roles with the Dickinson Rural Fire Department, Dickinson State University, the North Dakota University System and the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce. “Dean has been a true example of leadership and volunteerism for the Dickinson community and the state of North Dakota,” says Dave MacIver, president of the North Dakota Chamber of Commerce. The North Dakota Chamber of Commerce is the state’s most influential general business organization. It offers many programs and services to help businesses succeed in North Dakota and to make the state an outstanding place to live, work, and do business.

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10 Ways to Motivate Your Employees By Don Grimme 1. Pay employees fairly and well, then get them to forget about money. 2. Treat each and every employee with respect. Show them that you care about them as persons, not just as workers. 3. Praise accomplishments and attempts:

      Ameriprise Recognizes Vetter

Both large and small Verbally and in writing At least 4 times more than you criticize Promptly (as soon as observed) Publicly … and in private Sincerely

4. Clearly communicate goals, responsibilities and expectations. NEVER criticize in public — redirect in private. 5. Recognize performance appropriately and consistently:

 Leon Vetter has become an Ameriprise Platinum Financial Services advisor.

Reward outstanding performance (e.g., with promotions and opportunities) Do not tolerate sustained poor performance — coach & train or remove!

Vetter, who has a Dickinson office, is one of approximately 15 percent of the 10,000 Ameriprise financial advisors to achieve this status. Ameriprise Platinum Financial Services advisors provide personalized client service and are dedicated to meeting the financial needs of their clients.

6. Involve employees in plans and decisions, especially those that affect them. Solicit their ideas and opinions. Encourage initiative.

As an Ameriprise Platinum Financial Services advisor, Vetter is focused on providing advice and financial solutions for clients with high asset levels. He is knowledgeable on a variety of topics and strategies including retirement, tax and estate planning, as well as insurance and asset management.

8. Actively listen to employees concerns — both work related and personal.

Vetter’s office is located at 30 First Avenue East in Dickinson. He can be reached at 701-483-5735 or at www.ameripriseadvisors.com/leon.c.vetter.

7. Create opportunities for employees to learn & grow. Link the goals of the organization with the goals of each individual in it.

9. Share information promptly, openly and clearly. Tell the truth … with compassion. 10. Celebrate successes and milestones reached — organizational and personal. Create an organizational culture that is open, trusting and fun.

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The Program is a nine week interactive educational program structured to develop community awareness, volunteering, and leadership skills of emerging community leaders. CLI seeks energetic participants capable and willing to assume leadership positions. The topics include: *Importance of economic development

*Current and future education issues

*Running for local political office

*Media resources

*Components of our local healthcare

*Available transportation

*Emergency services offered

*Involvement in the community

The Benefits For Participants: *Developing the foundation needed to expand leadership roles in the community *Develop an awareness of the issues and opportunities facing the community *Participate in interactive opportunities with community leaders *Explore various leadership styles and leadership techniques *Create opportunities for outgoing dialog with community leaders *Motivate and encourage participants to assume leadership roles in the community For Employers: *Increase visibility and prestige in the Dickinson community through your firm’s involvement. *Contribute to the strength and health of the community. *Benefit from the professional growth experienced by employees who participate in Community Leadership Institute.

Classes begin August 24th and are the next 8 Tuesdays covering each topic from 8am to 11:45 with an awards banquet on October 26th. All interested Chamber members and their employees are encourage to apply. The fee of $250 and form are due to the Chamber office prior to August 1, 2010. For more information contact Lexi at 225-5115 or email lexi@dickinsonchamber.org.

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

The Agriculture Committee is planning for 250 at the 4H picnic.

The Officials donated from the 3on3 Hoopfest to the following: Dollars for Scholars, Business Challenge, & Close Up Groups.

The Ag BBQ is moved to the Dickinson Rec Center. Calendar Date Sales deadline has been moved to Oct 15th to be able to get the calendars out by Thanksgiving.

The Governmental Affairs next meeting August 19th at 3pm.

The Promotions Committee had a successful Business After Hours at the Dickinson Airport & Badlands Activities Center. June 19th was the date for sightseeing tours. They had about 25 people come out and take rides.

The next meeting is in August.

The Committee will be putting a float in the Roughrider Days parade. The committee could not fund and Denim Days applications, we will try and promote for more funding.

The Ambassadors Committee will not be meeting for the summer months of June and July Ribbon cuttings will be at Badlands Integrity Group, SW Wireless & Audio, Victoria’s Hallmark, StarBoard, The Wurst Shop with Gaffney’s Greenhouse receiving the Hometown Pride.

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SOUTHSIDE SURVIVORS APPRECIATION PARTY Nearly a year ago a tornado tore through south Dickinson. Our entire community was affected by this tragic event, but especially those who suffered damage to their homes and worse yet, lost their homes or businesses. The tornado victims have shown their resilience by rebuilding their lives. In true North Dakota spirit, they call themselves the Southside Survivors.

The Southside Survivors in partnership with the City of Dickinson would like to throw a party to thank the volunteers and businesses for all the help they received following the tornado, as well as giving the Survivors a sense of closure. This will be held the evening of the one-year anniversary of the tornado, July 8, 2010.

The tentative agenda includes tree planting in the early afternoon, followed by presentations by Governor John Hoeven, Major General David Sprynczynatyk, and Mayor Dennis Johnson. Remarks will be followed by a meal and street dance.

If you would like to assist with this celebration, please contact: Paul and Terry Johnson, Southside Survivors, 290-3288 or 290-1519 Shawn Kessel, City Administrator, 456-7744 James Kramer, Park and Recreation Director, 456-2074 Cathy Logosz, 260-5052

Tax deductible contributions can be made to: Arts on the Prairie (memo: “Tornado�) 615 West Broadway Dickinson, ND 58601

Or dropped off at the Music Mart (in the Prairie Hills Mall)

All of the contributions will be used to pay the expenses to hold this celebration. If there are donations or offerings provided at the event they will go to the Dickinson Urban Forestry Committee, Stark County Red Cross, and/or the United Way of Dickinson.

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“Are you aware of what the Chamber can do for you?” *Advertising *Reader Boards at 5 locations around town. *Electronic Sign *Monthly Chamberline News Letter *Weekly E-News Brief *Membership Lists Printed on Mailing Labels – over 400 names *Bulk Mailing *Shop Dickinson Campaign *Chamber Bucks *Seminars and Work Shops (discounted for Chamber Members) *Opportunity to host Business After Hours *Referrals of Chambers Members *Conference Room Use *City and State Maps *Telephone Directories *Receive the Monthly Chamberline News Letter *Receive the Weekly E-News Brief *Chamber Calendar of Events *Listing on the Online Chamber Membership Directory *Link to your website from the Membership Directory *Chance to join Chamber Committee Check out our website to see how your business looks at www.dickinsonchamber.org. We can update your information about your business and your logo by sending it to team@dickinsonchamber.org.

Denim Days Needs Help with Funding We are in need of your financial support for our Denim Days Grants Program so we can continue to help others with our program. 100% of the funding is given to non-profit organizations in Southwestern North Dakota who apply for a Denim Days Grant. Priority is given to organizations with limited sources for funding. Some organizations that have been given grants are the Dorcas Society to help a family pay for medical travel, Wigs, Domestic Abuse, and Students Against Destructive Driving. You can donate a lump sum or your company can join the $1 for every time you wear a pair of demin jean to work. Feel Good ~Do Good! For the Good of Your Community!

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From the office of: Tasha Gartner & Dream O’Brien 46 1st St W Dickinson, ND 58601 701-456-3390

THE 2 BIGGEST RETIREMENT MISCONCEPTIONS

While the idea of retirement has changed, certain financial assumptions haven’t. We’ve all heard about the “new retirement”, the mix of work and play that many of us assume we will have in our lives one day . We do not expect “retirement” to be all leisure. While this is becoming a cultural assumption among baby boomers, it is interesting to see that certain financial assumptions haven’t really changed with the times. In particular, there are two financial misconceptions that baby boomers can fall prey to – assumptions that could prove financially harmful for their future. #1) Assuming retirement will last 10-15 years. Historically, retirement has lasted about 10-15 years for most Americans. The key word here is “historically”. When Social Security was created in 1933, the average American could anticipate living to age 61. By 2005, life expectancy for the average American had increased to 78. 1 However, some of us may live much longer. The population of centenarians in the U.S. is growing rapidly – the Census Bureau estimated 71,000 of them in 2005 and projects 114,000 for 2010 and 241,000 in 2020. It also believes that 7.3 million Americans will be 85 or older in 2020, up from 5.1 million 15 years earlier. 2 If you’re reading this article, chances are you might be wealthy or at least “affluent”. And if you are, you likely have good health insurance and access to excellent health care. You may be poised to live longer because of these two factors. Given the landmark health care reforms of the Obama administration, we could see another boost in overall American longevity in the generation ahead. Here’s the bottom line: every year, the possibility is increasing that your retirement could last 20 or 30 years … or longer. So assuming you’ll only need 10 or 15 years worth of retirement money could be a big mistake. In 2010, the American Academy of Actuaries says that the average 65-year-old American male can expect to live to 84½, with a 30% chance of living past 90. The average 65-year-old American female has an average life expectancy of 87, with a 40% chance of living past 90.3 Most people don’t realize how much retirement money they may need. There is a relationship between Misconception #1 and Misconception #2 … #2) Assuming too little risk. Our appetite for risk declines as we get older, and rightfully so. Yet there may be a danger in becoming too risk-averse. Holding onto your retirement money is certainly important; so is your retirement income and quality of life. There are three financial issues that can affect your quality of life and/or income over time: taxes, health care costs and inflation. Will the minimal inflation we’ve seen at the start of the 2010s continue for years to come? Don’t count on it. Over the last few decades, we have had moderate inflation (and sometimes worse, think 1980). What happens is that over time, even 3-4% inflation gradually saps your purchasing power. Your dollar buys less and less. Here’s a hypothetical challenge for you: for the rest of this year, you have to live on the income you earned in 1999. Could you manage that? This is an extreme example, but that’s what can happen if your income doesn’t keep up with inflation – essentially, you end up living on yesterday’s money. Taxes will likely be higher in the coming decade. So tax reduction and tax-advantaged investing have taken on even more importance whether you are 20, 40 or 60. Health care costs are climbing – we need to be prepared financially for the cost of acute, chronic and longterm care. As you retire, you may assume that an extremely conservative approach to investing is mandatory. But given how long we may live - and how long retirement may last - growth investing is extremely important. No one wants the “Rip Van Winkle” experience in retirement. No one should “wake up” 20 years from now only to find that the c omfort of yesterday is gone. Retirees who retreat from growth investing may risk having this experience. How are you envisioning retirement right now? Has your vision of retirement changed? Is retiring becoming more and more of a priority? Are you retired and looking to improve your finances? Regardless of where you’re at, it is vital to avoid the common misconceptions and proceed with clarity.

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The 34th Annual Dickinson Research Extension Center Community Field Day & Dickinson Chamber Agriculture Committee BBQ Inside the Dickinson Rec Center July 14th 5:30 - 7:00pm Free Tickets available at Chamber and Sponsored Locations Contact 225-5115 for locations

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Thurs. July 1

9:00am

4-H Livestock Show—DSU Indoor Arena

4:00pm

4-H Premium Livestock Sale—DSU Indoor Arena

Fri. July 2

7:00pm

SW Speedway Mid Season Championship & Mini Sprints

Sat. July 3

7:30am

5K/10K Run/Walk—Dickinson Recreation Center

10:00am

Parade—Downtown/City Center

11:00am—5:30pm

Arts Roundup of SW ND—DSU Campus

12:00pm—4:00pm

Family Fun Day—Jaycee Park

1:30pm

Sax Motor Company Demolition Derby—Roughrider/ DSU Outdoor Arena

8:15pm

Headliner Concert—Gloriana—Dickinson Recreation Center Opening Act—Bomshel—Dickinson Recreation Center Doors Open—7:15pm

10:00pm

Fireworks—Roughrider/DSU Outdoor Arena

Sun. July 4

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JULY 2010

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1 4-H Premium Livestock Sale 4:00pm DSU Art Faculty "Facing Lilith" 8:00am - 8:00pm Art in the Park Classes

2 Southwest Speedway Races DSU Art Faculty "Facing Lilith" 8:00am - 8:00pm Teen Dance - Armory 9:00pm - 12:00pm Theodore Roosevelt performance at Days Inn, Grand Dakota Lodge 7pm THS Class of '80 ~ 30 Yr. Reunion 6:30pm DHS Class of '70 ~ 40 Yr Reunion 6:00pm THS Class of '70 ~ 40 yr. Reunion 6:00pm Party on the Pavement 8:00pm

3 Roughrider Days Fair & Expo Parade 10am KDIX 5K/10K Run Walk 7:30am Demolition Derby 2pm Arts Roundup of Southwest North Dakota 11am Family Fun Day 12pm Killdeer PRCA Rodeo 6:30pm Party on the Pavement 8:00pm History Alive Performance w/ A T. Packard ~ Don Ehli 10:30am THS Class of '80 ~ 30 Yr. Reunion 9am DHS Class of '70 ~ 40 Yr Reunion 9am Farmers Market THS Class of '70 ~ 40 yr. Reunion 9am Bombshel and Gloriana

4 5 Roughrider Days Fair & Chamber of Expo - Fireworks Commerce Closed Display10pm Annual Dickinson Alumni Baseball Game 1:00pm Killdeer PRCA Rodeo 6:30pm History Alive Performance w/ A T. Packard ~ Don Ehli 10:30pm Prairie Cruisers "Cruise Nite" every Sunday 7pm - 8pm

6 Kiwanis Club 12:00 - 1:00pm Dickinson's Got Talent Top Ten 7pm Tiny Tot Tuesdays at The Dickinson Museum Center 10:00am - 11:30am Farmers Market American Legion Baseball vs Jamestown 5:30pm Every Tuesday is Steak Night at Lady J's Club & Catering 5pm

7 Rotary Club 12:00 - 1:00pm American Legion Baseball vs. Fargo 5:30pm

8 Art in the Park Classes 10am - 3pm

9 Coca-Cola Classic 13 & 14 yr old Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament SW Anglers Annual Fishing Tournament

10 19th Annual Golf Sports Classic History Alive - Marquis De Mores 10:30am Farmers Market Miller Life Softball Tournament Coca-Cola Classic 13 & 14 yr old Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament SW Anglers Annual Fishing Tournament

11 12 History Alive - Marquis Ukrainian Summer De Mores Workshop 10:30am American Legion Softball vs Devils Lake 5:30pm Adolph Burkhardt Country Western Concert 2:00pm Miller Life Softball Tournament Coca-Cola Classic 13 & 14 yr old Babe Ruth Baseball Tournament Prairie Cruisers "Cruise Nite" every Sunday 7pm - 8pm

13 Kiwanis Club 12:00 - 1:00pm High Mileage, a classic rock band 7pm Tiny Tot Tuesdays at The Dickinson Museum Center 10:00am - 11:30am Farmers Market Every Tuesday is Steak Night at Lady J's Club & Catering 5pm

14 NDSU Research Extension Center Field Day & Chamber Ag BBQ 5:30pm 7pm Rotary Club 12:00 - 1:00pm

15 Art in the Park Classes 10am - 3pm Southwest Speedway Stock Car Races 7pm American Legion Baseball vs Rapid City 5pm Chamber Airport Promotions Committee Meeting 8am - 9am

16 Prairie Cruises Rod Run 11:00am - 1:00pm

17 SW Motocross Assn. Race/ Mon-Dak Race Babe Ruth 13yr old West Divisional Baseball Tournament Farmers Market H:istory Alive Performance w/ Madame de Mores Karen Nelson 10:30am Prairie Cruises Rod Run 11:00am - 1:00pm

18 19 American Legion Baseball vs Mandan 6:30pm Babe Ruth 13yr old West Divisional Baseball Tournament H:istory Alive Performance w/ Madame de Mores Karen Nelson 10:30am Prairie Cruises Rod Run 11:00am - 1:00pm SW Motocross Assn. Race/ Mon-Dak Race Octane Addictions Prairie Cruisers "Cruise Nite" every Sunday 7pm – 8pm

20 Kiwanis Club 12:00 - 1:00pm Reagan Radio, an 80's rock band 7pm Tiny Tot Tuesdays at The Dickinson Museum Center 10:00am - 11:30am Farmers Market Every Tuesday is Steak Night at Lady J's Club & Catering 5pm Chamber Ag Meeting 8:00am - 9:00

21 Rotary Club 12:00 - 1:00pm Ukrainian Festival American Legion Baseball vs Williston 5:30pm

22 Ukrainian Festival Art in the Park Classes 10am - 3pm Chamber Board of Directors Meeting 4 PM - 6 PM

23 Ukrainian Festival ND Patrtiot Guard Rally & Memorial Run 6:00pm ND State Fair @ Minot Relay for Life of Stark County 7:00pm

24 Ukrainian Festival ND State Fair @ Minot ND Patrtiot Guard Rally & Memorial Run 6pm History Alive Performance w/Vic Smith - Hunting Guide Arch Elwien 10:30am Farmers Market Relay for Life of Stark County 7pm

25 26 Ukrainian Festival History Alive Performance w/Vic Smith - Hunting Guide Arch Elwien 10:30am Prairie Cruisers "Cruise Nite" every Sunday 7pm - 8pm

27 28 Kiwanis Club Rotary Club 12:00 - 1:00pm 12:00 - 1:00pm Aka'Fellas, an acapella boy group 7pm Tiny Tot Tuesdays at The Dickinson Museum Center 10am 11:30am Farmers Market Every Tuesday is Steak Night at Lady J's Club & Catering 5pm

29 ND State Elks Convention Art in the Park Classes 10am - 3pm

30 ND State Elks Convention Blues at the Brick Southwest Speedway Stock Car Races 7pm

31 Taylor Horsefest Annual Killdeer Mountain History Hike 8am ND State Elks Convention History Alive Performance w/ Vic Smith, Hunting Guide, Arch Elwien 10:30am Farmers Market

For more information go to www.dickinsonchamber.org

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