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HISTORY

Our Town

Our town is small in size and population but during the summer the population grows as we are situated on the shores of Birch Lake and have 127 lakes within a 10 mile radius of town. We have great fishing both winter and summer, sunfish, blue gills, crappies, northern, walleye to name a few. In summer you can go swimming and boating, ride the bike trail, take a great walk and go fishing. Our Sweetheart Days events in July are held to honor Lucette Diana Kensack, the sweetheart of Paul Bunyan. See more information on page 9. Fall brings grouse hunting, deer season and driving through the countryside to see the beautiful fall colors as the leaves change from green to yellows, golds, reds and rusts. The snow in the winter gives us the winter wonderland look and it is time to come snowmobiling, ice fishing, skating and cross country skiing. Come play in the snow, do some snow sculpting, take your camera and go for a walk or snowshoe and enjoy the quiet of the north woods on your visit here.

There is a choice of 5 churches to attend on Sunday and 1 on Saturday. We have five different places where you can get anything from a hamburger or pizza to a full course meal, an ice cream cone or even just a cup of coffee and some

conversation. For more summer fun we have tennis courts, swim beach, fishing pier, boat landing, kid’s park and play area, horse shoe pits, and lending library. There is a pavilion by the kid’s park and another by the horse shoe pits and, for rainy days or anytime, a 4 screen movie theater.

Our small library inhabits approximately 2/3 of a log cabin built in 1937 through the WPA works. One room holds books for children of all ages and has a nice selection of the Classics. Small tables and chairs for the youngsters and a comfortable chair for mom, dad, grandma or grandpa to sit in and read to children. The center area of the building has adult books including a number by Minnesota authors. No library card needed and no time frame to return. The other 1/3 of the building is utilized to store the fishing gear for the “Kids Fishing Contest” that takes place every Tuesday from mid-June through mid-August at the Fishing Pier adjacent to the statue of Paul Bunyan’s Sweetheart Lucette. You can find Little Paul standing guard by the old jail built in the late 1800’s and the city office building.

community and support the Chamber and others with their generous donations.

The Hackensack water tower is in need of repainting, and the Game Changers are looking for your support to make this happen! The picture below is an artist rendition on how the water tower will look after the facelift. Make a tax-deductible donation today to help us beautify our town's water tower; make checks payable to Hackensack Lakes Area Community Foundation (HLACF) and mail to Lisa Tuller, 4648 Long Bay Rd NW, Hackensack MN 56452 or give online at www.givemn.org/story/ Hlacf-Watertower. So come and spend some time with us. Spring, summer, fall or winter you will always find things you can do and places you can go.

Hackensack is proud to have a well trained Fire and Rescue Department, a clinic, and an assisted living facility. Our American Legion and Lions Clubs along with many other organizations volunteer a lot of time to our

HISTORY OF HACKENSACK Settlement in the Hackensack area began in Lothrop, a few miles north of the current community. James Curo built a log building, which housed his living quarters, a grocery, a general store, and a post office. The Ojibwa Indians mostly inhabited the area, but settlers began building around Curo’s enterprise as early as 1884. When the railroad pushed north in 1896, Lothrop was abandoned. No trace of the town exists today. Hackensack was officially put on the map in 1902, and Bye Bartlett and Curo, who came to the area from Hackensack, N.J, decided its name. Industry at the time centered on logging and a sawmill. The

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Minnesota and International Railroad came through town on the site of the current Paul Bunyan Trail. Most of the retail shops were built of wood, many of which were destroyed by fires. Several of these structures were replaced with brick structures. In 1915 the Royal Ice Cream Parlor was a busy place-serving tourists in the area and was also known as a place to buy fireworks. There were several hotels, general stores, and even a hospital on Pleasant Lake. There was a bank, but the depression led to its demise. Today there are many businesses, as you will see in this guide.


THE LEGEND OF LUCETTE HISTORY

Lucette stands 17 feet high, and the legend of Paul Bunyan’s Sweetheart and wife is not much different than the legend of Paul, himself. Lucette grew much faster than other children and her parents were in need of a bigger room for such a large girl on the family farm in Iowa. Then Lucette’s aunt and uncle issued a plea for help in their north woods logging camp and Lucette went to Minnesota to help out. Upon her arrival, the aunt and uncle realized that they would need to build a larger cabin to house such a big person, so they called upon the legendary Paul Bunyan to help level some trees for the building. Paul arrived, and with one swoop of his axe, leveled enough trees to make her a home. Having never seen the girl, Paul ran into her one day in the woods, when she was poking among the forest undergrowth with her walking stick, seeking mushrooms. Aside from the fact that she was a size more fitting to Paul’s own size, and even appeared to be somewhat deformed on her right hip, he fell in love. Following a suitable courting period, they were married back in Iowa on June 9, 1838. They returned to Minnesota, where she lived in the logging camp. Paul, however, was known to roam far and wide seeking more trees to fell. The chainsaw carving of Paul Bunyan stands a few feet from Lucette and serves as a reminder of him in his many absences. The reality of Lucette is that local businessman Doad Schroeder felt Hackensack needed something to draw visitors. He came up with Lucette, and constructed her out of wood, cement and sand. He gave her genuine moose eyes. A national contest was launched in 1951 to select a name for this creation, and the name Lucette Diana Kensack was entered by a woman from Iowa. On June 27, 1952, the first Paul Bunyan Sweetheart Festival was held in Hackensack. In 1991, a high wind toppled Lucette’s head, but residents of Hackensack were prompted to repair the damage. When they took her down, they discovered she was pregnant. She returned with a new face, and Paul, Jr. appeared with her and was installed at his mother’s side. In 2005, Paul, Jr. was moved and can now be found in front of the Hackensack City Hall. Lucette continues to play a role, not only in Hackensack, but also in references found in the University of Minnesota annals and in some school textbooks. We even keep her warm in the cold north winters with a 20-foot shawl, just in time for Back to Hack in January.

Table of Contents

History........................................................ 2-3

Churches..................................................... 20

Regular Events/Meetings....................... 4

Take a Walk in Hackensack...................21

Calendar of Events................................ 5-6

Things To Do............................................. 22

2021 Special Events............................ 7-10

Moving To The Area...............................23

Chamber Members/Lakes......................11

Building & Remodeling..........................24

Area Trails....................................................14

Hackensack Chamber.............................25

ATV Map.......................................................15

Business Directory............................ 26-27

Business District/Map....................... 16-17

Resorts..................................................28-30

State Forest/OHV Trail Map.................18

Lodging.........................................................31

Trail Map.......................................................19

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REGULAR EVENTS/MEETINGS

Regular Events Regular Meetings BREAKFASTS

HACKENSACK AMERICAN LEGION, AUXILIARY & SAL

1st Sunday of month 8-11am

2nd Monday of each month at Club 7pm

Hackensack Community Center - Sponsored by Hackensack Lions, May through October 2nd Sunday of month 7:30-11:30am, Backus American Legion Auxiliary, March through October 3rd Sunday of month 8:30-11:30am, Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary

BACKUS AMERICAN LEGION AND AUXILIARY 4th Monday of each month at Club - Auxiliary 7pm, Legion 7:30pm CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 3rd Thursday of each month at Visitor’s Center 5:30pm HACKENSACK LIONS

5th Sunday of month 8:30-11:30am, Hackensack Sons of the American Legion

2nd Tuesday of each month - Board Meeting at The HUB 9am 3rd Tuesday of each month - General Membership Meeting

MEAT RAFFLES Mondays 5pm, Hackensack Municipal Liquor Store Sponsored by Hackensack Lions Thursdays 6pm, Hackensack American Legion Fridays 5:30pm, Backus American Legion

at The HUB 7pm NORTHWOODS ARTS COUNCIL 3rd Monday of each month at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church 4pm (April through October)

Sundays 5pm, Hackensack American Legion

THE HUB

(Subject to Change in Winter)

1st Thursday of each month - HUB Social Meeting 1pm

SUNDAY DANCES

2nd Tuesday of each month - Foot Clinic at The HUB

3rd Sunday of Month, 2-5pm, June, July, Sept. & Oct. In addition, Sundays May 30th and Aug. 15th, 2-5 pm Backus American Legion

Sponsored by Family Services 12:30pm 3rd Monday of each month - Bill Kennedy's Tech Class 1pm 3rd Tuesday of each month - TRIAD Meeting 1pm 3rd Thursday of each month - Pot Luck Meeting 12pm

TEST YOUR TRIVIA Wednesdays 7pm, Hackensack American Legion TACO THURSDAYS Thursdays 5pm, Hackensack American Legion

UNION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Bible Study - Mondays 10am Men’s Fellowship Breakfast - 1st Tuesday of month 9am Women's Fellowship - 2nd Thursday of month 1pm

KID’S FISHING CONTEST

Community Table - Wednesdays 5:30pm (Sept. - May)

24th Anniversary, Tuesdays 11am, Birch Lake Peninsula/Dock

Morning Out - Fridays 9am - 12pm (Sept. - May) Call to sign up

June 8 through August 10

ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH

BAR BINGO

Service - Sundays 9am

Tuesdays 6pm, Backus American Legion

Contemporary Service - Last Sunday of month 9am Quilting - Mondays 9am Adult Education - Tuesdays 11am Women’s Bible Study - Wednesdays 10:30am WELCA - 2nd Thursday of month 9:30am SACRED HEART CATHOLIC CHURCH Memorial Day through Labor Day Rummage Sale in Little White Chapel, Thursday & Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm, Sat. 8:30am - 3pm June 9, July 14, August 11 - Flea Market 8am - 3pm 3rd, 4th, 5th Saturday - 5:30pm, Sunday 8:30am Mass LIGHTHOUSE EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Sunday Morning Worship Services 9am Kidz Time during Sunday Worship Services Sept.-May Men's Bible Study - Mondays 9am Women's Bible Study - Mondays 9am Men's Bible Study - Tuesdays 7am

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JANUARY

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Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm Back to Hack, see posters for details - City Park Penguin Plunge for Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Dept. and Faith in Action, 1pm, Registration starts at 12pm - City Park Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Dept. Fish Fry, 4-6pm - Fire Hall Community Bonfire & Fireworks 5:30pm - City Park Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm

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Super Bowl Party at the Backus American Legion, 5pm Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm Valentines Day Specials, TBA Birchwood Char House & Bar Cribbage at the Backus American Legion, 1pm

MARCH 1 17 24 27

Please see their Facebook Page for Monthly Events, Music & Specials Birchwood Char House & Bar St. Paddy's Day Party & Feed, 5pm until gone, Backus American Legion S.A.L. Ham Bingo, 7pm Hackensack American Legion Kids' Easter Party, 11am-12:30pm Backus American Legion

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Please see their Facebook Page for Monthly Events, Music & Specials Birchwood Char House & Bar Good Friday SAL Fish Fry, 5pm until gone, Backus American Legion Spring Fling - Music at Hackensack American Legion, 2-5pm Hackensack American Legion Welcome Back Snowbirds Party 4-8pm, Backus American Legion Evening in Tuscany Spaghetti Dinner for Faith in Action, 5-6:30pm UCC Church

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1 Fire Department Smelt Fry, 4pm Backus Fire Hall 5 Cinco De Mayo Party, TBA Birchwood Char House & Bar 7 First National Bank North Plant Day 9am-4pm, All Locations 9 Mother's Day Brunch, Dinner Specials, 10am-2pm - Birchwood Char House & Bar 14 Hot dog/Brat sale sponsored by HAF&RD, 9am-3pm - Swanson's Bait & Gas 14-15 Poppy Days, Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary 14 Reuben Sandwiches, 4pm Backus American Legion 15 Minnesota Fishing Opener 29 St Paul's Lutheran Church Bake Sale 9am-12pm, St Paul's Lutheran Church 29 Electronic Horse Racing, 6pm Hackensack American Legion 30 Memorial Day Services Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary, 1pm Finnelly Cemetery 30 Sunday Dance, 2pm - Backus American Legion 31 Memorial Day Graveside Services Backus American Legion, 10am Backus Cemetery 31 Memorial Day Services Hackensack American Legion, 10am - City Park 31 Memorial Day Services Hackensack American Legion, 11am - Hillcrest Cemetery 31 Memorial Day Graveside Services Backus American Legion, 11am Ponto Lake Cemetery

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Please see their Facebook Page for Monthly Events, Music & Specials Birchwood Char House & Bar First National Bank North Priority Golf Tournament, 7:30am-1:pm Free to all Priority Club Members First Kid's Fishing Contest of the Year, 11am-12:30pm - Birch Lake Sacred Heart CCW Annual Flea Market and Craft Sale, 8am-3pm Sacred Heart Catholic Church Union Church Treasure Sale Everything from Boats to Baby Gear! 9am-6pm - UCC Church Golf Benefit for Cass County Youth Backus American Legion, TBA Moondance 15th Annual Jammin Country - Moondance Fairgrounds

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18 Kick off Lakeside Concert Series presented by Northwoods Arts Council, 5-7pm - City Park 18-19 Moondance 10th Annual Softball Tournament - Moondance Fields 19 Flag Retirement Ceremony Hackensack American Legion, 11am City Park 20 Fathers Day Specials, TBA Birchwood Char House & Bar 23-25 UCC Vacation Bible School UCC Church 28 Flag Retirement Ceremony, 4pm Backus American Legion

J U LY TBA Watercraft Operators Permit Training, TBA - The HUB 2 S.A.L. BBQ Bingo, 7pm Hackensack American Legion 4 4th of July Boat Parade sponsored by Birch Lake Association, 1pm Birch Lake 9-17 Sweetheart Days, see posters for details - City Park 9 Izaak Walton League Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser, 5-7pm Union Church, Hackensack 9-10 NAC Presents, "Sinatra! Part Blue" by Josh Duffee and his Big Band 7:30pm - Community Center 10 Electronic Horse Racing, 6pm Hackensack American Legion 13 Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary - Kids Games in the Park 11:30am-2:30pm - City Park 13 Book/Bake/Plant Sale at The HUB 1:30-4pm - The HUB 14 Sacred Heart CCW Annual Flea Market and Craft Sale, 8am-3pm Sacred Heart Catholic Church 17 Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Dept. BBQ Fundraiser, 4-7pm Fire Hall 21 St Paul's Lutheran Church Country Fair, 9am-2pm - St Paul's Lutheran Church 22-24 Moondance Jam's 30th Anniversary Moondance Fairgrounds 24 Birch Lake Association Annual Meeting, TBA

AUGUST 1

Please see their Facebook Page for Monthly Events, Music & Specials Birchwood Char House & Bar

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

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National Night Out sponsored by Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Dept. & the Hackensack Lions Club 5-7pm - Community Center Pork in the Park, sponsored by Hackensack American Legion, TBA City Park Last Kid's Fishing Contest of the Year, 11am-12:30pm - Birch Lake Sacred Heart CCW Annual Flea Market and Craft Sale, 8am-3pm Sacred Heart Catholic Church Corn Fest Weekend, Backus Backus American Legion Reception for Visiting Veterans Lunch, bean bags, horseshoes Backus American Legion NAC 24th Annual Northwoods Art & Book Festival, 9am-3pm Community Center Sunday Dance, 2-5pm Backus American Legion

SEPTEMBER 2 First National Bank North State Fair Trip 11 Membership Dinner, 5:30pm Social 7pm Dinner, Backus American Legion 15 SAL Gun Raffle Drawing, 7pm Backus American Legion 15 First National Bank North Priority Club Fish Fry - Walker Bank-Lower Level, $5.00 per person 18 Moondance Harvest Moon Festival Moondance Fairgrounds 23 First National Bank North Kids Klub Fall Party, TBA 24-26 17th Annual Chainsaw Event, see posters for details - City Park 24 Faith in Action Fall Booya Dinner 5-6:30pm - UCC Church 24 Chainsaw Weekend, Live Music at Birchwood Char House & Bar, 8pm

25 Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary Chainsaw Breakfast 8-10:30am - Hackensack American Legion 25 Book/Bake/Plant Sale at The HUB 9am-2pm 25 Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Dept. Spaghetti Feed/Silent Auction 4- 7pm - Fire Hall 25 Electronic Horse Racing, 6pm Hackensack American Legion

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See their Facebook Page for Monthly Events, Music & Specials Birchwood Char House & Bar Blue Mound Turkey Dinner sponsored by the Hackensack Lions Club, 4-7pm - Community Center Annual SAL Fish Fry/Post Fundraiser for Backus Fire & Emergency, 5pm until gone Backus American Legion Kids Halloween Party, 11am-12:30pm Backus American Legion Adult Halloween Party Potluck & Hors D'oeuvre, 8pm Backus American Legion The HUB Hosts Halloween, 5pm The HUB

NOVEMBER 5 Deer Opener Eve Hunters' Reception, Bake Sale, Food Specials 12pm until gone - Backus American Legion 5 Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary Deer Hunter's Dinner, 5pm Hackensack American Legion 6 Deer Hunters Dinner, 4-8pm Backus American Legion 9 Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Packing Party, 10:30am - The Lighthouse Evangelical Free Church 11 Veterans Day Service, 11am Hackensack American Legion

11 S.A.L. Veterans Day Dinner, 12pm Hackensack American Legion 11 Faith in Action Raffle Drawing Open House, 5-7pm - TBA 11 Veterans Day Specials Birchwood Char House & Bar 13 SAL Spaghetti Dinner , 5-8:30pm Backus American Legion 19 S.A.L. Turkey Bingo and Gun Raffle 7pm - Hackensack American Legion 24 Thanksgiving Praise & Pie, 4pm The Lighthouse Evangelical Free Church

DECEMBER 3 First National Bank North Christmas Open House, 9am-4pm All Locations 3 Book & Bake Sale at The HUB 9am-2pm 4 Christmas Customer Appreciation Party at the Backus American Legion, 4-8pm 6 Women's Christmas Tea, 10am The Lighthouse Evangelical Free Church 12 Kid's Christmas Party sponsored by the Hackensack American Legion Family, 1pm - Community Center 18 Backus American Legion Kids' Christmas Party, 11am-12:30pm Backus American Legion 24 Backus American Legion Christmas Eve, Tom & Jerries, 12-4pm Backus American Legion 25 Hackensack American Legion Christmas Dinner, 12pm Hackensack American Legion 31 New Years Eve Dinner-Dance Dinner Special 4:30-6:30pm Dance 5:30-9:30pm 4:30pm until gone - Backus American Legion

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HACKENSACK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2022 DATES Back to Hack: January 14th, 15th and 16th, 2022 Sweetheart Days: July 12th through the 17th, 2022 Chainsaw Event: September 23rd, 24th and 25th 2022

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HACK JANUARY 15, 16 & 17

Back to Hack is the Hackensack area winter festival. The winter festival started many years ago when a group of people tried to figure out something fun to celebrate the winter and get out of the house. We have Sweet Heart Days in the summer and the group came up with the idea of bringing your “Sweetheart Back To Hack” in the winter.

Back to Hack celebrates winter with activities including Frostbite Your Fanny Fun Run, Paul Bunyan Family Fishing Contest, Medallion Hunt, kids games in the snow, snow sculpting, Penguin Plunge, and a community bonfire and fireworks.

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We have a great raffle every year with the chance at many great prizes from our local area businesses. The attendance has grown every year for Back to Hack since it has started which makes it a fun filled weekend with laughter, great conversations and the fun of meeting new people. So if you are getting a little cabin fever this winter stop by Hackensack and join in the fun. There is something for all ages. Just remember its winter and all events are subject to the weather and ice conditions.

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2021 SPECIAL EVENTS

Hackensack Special Events


2021 SPECIAL EVENTS

24th Anniversary KIDS FISHING CONTEST JUNE 8 - AUGUST 10 Every Tuesday from June 8 through August 10 at 11 a.m. at the Birch Lake Peninsula/Dock. Ages 2-15. Children need only a fishing rod and a life jacket. Bait provided. Minnow Races and Casting Contest. Prizes, hot dogs and pop for everyone.

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FLEA MARKET

PARK AUGUST 7

The 10th annual Rib Cook-Off... “Pork in the Park” will be held Saturday August 7th in downtown Hackensack, sponsored by the Hackensack American Legion, SAL & the American Legion Auxiliary. Contestants have the opportunity to face off in a rib competition, with judges doing a blind taste test for each entry, based on taste, presentation and texture. Awards are given to the top three.

JUNE 9, JULY 14, AUGUST 11

At 11am, the Hackensack Bed Races are “run” down First Street prior to the start of the Rib Cook-Off. Teams of five decorated wheeled beds are compete on an obstacle course. Over the past years the event has grown in size, including number of cooks, types of food offered and sponsors. Attendance has also grown, as hundreds of people come to taste the various rib recipes.

Held the second Wednesday of June, July and August in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church parking lot. Always well attended, the event attracts vendors and visitors from throughout the region.

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The Legion’s food tent opens at 12pm and offers pulled pork sandwiches, baked beans, coleslaw, corn on the cob and ribs. The event is open to the public and you can purchase tickets to sample contestants’ ribs as well as all the food at the Legion tent. The success of the Rib Cook-Off is due to a group of individuals who have volunteered many hours over the years.

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For more than 60 years, the town of Hackensack has honored “The Lady by the Lake”, Lucette Diana Kensack, by celebrating Sweetheart Days in July. As everyone knows, or should know, Lucette is the sweetheart and spouse of legendary logger, Paul Bunyan. Lucette stands on the shore of Birch Lake at city park, waiting for Paul to return home from a hard day working in the woods. The Sweetheart Days event is co-sponsored by the Hackensack Chamber of Commerce, the Hackensack Lions Club, the Hackensack American Legion Post 202 and the City of Hackensack. Many local merchants and civic organizations help to put on the event. Sweetheart Days 2021 will be held July 9-17. Each Tuesday morning during the summer is the weekly Kid's Fishing Contest at the Birch Lake Peninsula/Dock, starting at 11am. Throughout Tuesday, July 13th, there are games for kids and adults, plus food vendors at the City Park. The famous Sweetheart Parade takes place in downtown “Hack” on Tuesday. Parade lineup starts at 4:30pm at the south end of First Street. New for 2021 there will be a Pet Parade at 5:30pm prior the regular parade which starts at 6:00pm featuring marching bands, motorized floats and costumed marchers. Wednesday the Sacred Heart Catholic Church holds the second of its three popular summer flea markets on the grounds of the church, located at the north end of Hackensack across from Mark's Market. Be sure to arrive early for the best choices, The event will continue through Saturday July 17th with a Car & Motorcycle Show, Cornhole Tournament and the 5th Annual Dachshund Derby from 1-4pm in the City Park. From 4-7pm the Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Department holds a BBQ at the Fire Hall. In 2019 a Street Dance sponsored by the Hackensack American Legion and the Hackensack Municipal Liquor Store was added to Saturday evening’s activities, hopefully in 2021 the streets will again be rocking! The music will take a break at dusk when the fabulous Fireworks will be shot off over beautiful Birch Lake. The Sweetheart Days Committee is working on the full schedule of events, visit the Chamber website, www.hackensackchamber.com or call 218-675-6135 or 800-279-6932 for further details.

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2021 SPECIAL EVENTS

SWEETHEART DAYS Celebrate Summer


2021 SPECIAL EVENTS

Backus

CORNFEST AUGUST 14 & 15 Cornfest has been celebrated since 1976 when we crowned Twyla Sycks our very first Miss Backus. The day is celebrated starting with a flea market featuring many local vendors, and a lunch put on by the Cornfest Committee held in the Backus fire hall. Then, there is a themed parade with prizes given in a variety of categories, followed by a corn eating contest, games for all ages, a treasure hunt, and food from local vendors. The evening is finished with a raffle drawing, a street dance with a live band and fireworks over the lake.

CHAINSAW Event SEPTEMBER 24, 25 & 26

Listen for the sound of chainsaws reverberating as the 17th Annual Chainsaw Event gets underway in Hackensack City Park. Watch as carvers turn simple logs into works of art. The event also features daily All-American Lumberjack Shows, family games, food vendors, artisan/craft vendors and a chainsaw carvings auction on Saturday and Sunday afternoons.

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Advantage Heating & Cooling Inc.

Happiness Resort

Pine Cone Press-Citizen

Aspen Construction Company

Hubbard Radio

Pleasant Pines Resort

Backus American Legion

Hyde-A-Way Bay Resort

RP Broadcasting

Bill Hansen Realty

Kee-Nee-Moo-Sha Resort

Range Printing

Birch Lake Association

KK Radio Network - De La Hunt Broadcasting

Rendezvous Brewing

Lakes Association

Share-N-Care

Birchwood Char House & Bar Cass Company Insurance Cedar Point Realty

Leer Title Services Lighthouse Evangelical Church

City of Hackensack

Mann Lake Ltd.

Country Side Co-Op

Mark’s Market

Crow Wing Power Deep Portage Learning Center Edina Realty Faith In Action for Cass County First National Bank Godfrey’s Family Foods Hackensack American Legion

Minne Teepee Resort Moondance Events Nies Cabins & Campground Nistler Floor Covering Inc. North Country Trail Association, Itasca Moraine Chapter

Seventh Day Adventist Church Soulshine Cyclery LLC Southside Fuel Plus St. Paul’s Lutheran Church ELCA State Farm Insurance - Spry Agency Sunset Bay Resort Swanson’s Bait & Tackle Ten Mile Lake Association The HUB Tianna Country Club Tim’s Outboard

Hackensack Area Fire & Rescue Dept.

Northern Lights Casino Hotel & Event Center

Hackensack Lakes Area Community Foundation

Northlakes Marine & Auto

Twin Springs Resort

Northland Septic Maintenance

Union Congregational (UCC Church)

Northwoods Arts Council

Up North Plumbing & Heating

Northwoods Dock & Service

Walker/Hackensack/Akeley School District

Hackensack Lions Club Hackensack Lumber & Hardware Hackensack Municipal Liquor Store Hackensack Off-Sale Liquor Hackensack Sacred Heart Catholic Church

Owl’s Nest Motel Paws & Claws Rescue & Resort Pilot-Independent

Trosen Electric

Woodtick Wheelers Zaffke Plumbing

Come Enjoy the n w o T r u o f o t r a e H

OUR LAKES: Woman • Pine Mountain • Baby • Pleasant Barnum • Diamond Pond • Stony • Ten Mile Poquet • Larson • Birch • Man

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A Beautiful Place for All Seasons

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Heartland, Paul Bunyan Heartland, Paul Bunyan Trails Mi-Gi-Zi, Itasca Wilderness AREA TRAILS

Mi-Gi-Zi, Itasca Wilderness Trails

Heartland State Trail

Map Courtesy of

More Maps at www.MnTrails.com

Paul Bunyan State Trail

Learn more at www.ExploreHeartlandTrail.com or www.ExplorePaulBunyanTrail.com

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Hike, Bike, Skate, Ski, and Snowmobile. Hackensack is blessed with several beautiful trails and free parking from which to reach the trails. The hard-surfaced Paul Bunyan Trail runs from Brainerd through Hackensack and north, where it joins the Heartland Trail, into Walker. North of Walker, the trail is now paved all the way to Bemidji. The hard-surfaced Heartland Trail continues to Park Rapids, or to Walker and on to Cass Lake where it connects with the Mi-Gi-Zi trail. Hikers and in-line skaters also enjoy the 100 plus miles of dedicated trail. Wildflowers, wildlife, magnificent forest and lake views greet the visitor. Pedal, hike

or roller blade through spectacular woods in the Chippewa National Forest between Hackensack and the Heartland Trail. Few

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to a premier national hiking trail than Hackensack. The North Country Trail and National Scenic Trail cross Hwy. 371 just 6 miles north of Hackensack near the Chippewa National Forest picnic grounds, a few steps away from the Paul Bunyan Trail. Hackensack is a great place to launch a back packing trip across the entire width of the Chippewa National Forest or beyond. The North Country Trail stretches

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from North Dakota to New York. In the wintertime, the Paul Bunyan Trail is open to snowmobiles without studded tracks. In addition to the Paul Bunyan Trail, Hackensack is part of an exhaustive system of mapped and marked snowmobile trails that stretch through the forests to neighboring towns near and far. Snow shoeing and cross country skiing take place on the North Country Trail. There are many groomed cross-country skiing trails near Hackensack. Visit their website: www.woodtickwheelers.com

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CHURCHES

Our Area Churches HACKENSACK SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH

THE LIGHTHOUSE EFCA

Pastor Joel Kratzke | 218-675-5085 Church Services: Saturday 11am Sabbath School 10am You are invited to come worship with us each Sabbath! Also join us for our midweek study group on Thursday's at 7pm.

Sunday worship 9am Studies and activities for all ages Pastor Andrew Johnson | 218-675-5882 224 State 371 N, Hackensack, MN 56452 www.thelighthousehackensack.com

SACRED HEART CATHOLIC PARISH

Father Timothy Lange | 218-547-1054 300 First St. (on Hwy 371), Hackensack, MN 56452 Email: stagnes@arvig.net Website: www.stagnesandsacredheart.com Sunday Mass: 8:30am | Saturday Mass: 4pm (on 1st & 2nd Saturday of month at St. Agnes, Walker (on 3rd, 4th & 5th Saturday at Sacred Heart, Hackensack Thursday Mass: 5:30pm | Friday Mass: 8am Handicap Accessible. Flea Market the 2nd Wednesday of June, July, August

UNION CONGREGATIONAL UCC CHURCH Rev. Torri Vande Zande | 218-675-6300 www.unioncchackensack.com Email: unionucc401@gmail.com Sunday Worship: 9:30am all year Communion: 1st Sunday of each month We are open and affirming to the LGBT community

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ST. PAUL’S LUTHERAN CHURCH E.L.C.A. Pastor Bob Rusert | 218-675-6335 220 3rd Street, Hackensack, MN 56452 www.stpaulselcahackensack.org Email: stpauls@uslink.net Worship Service: Sunday at 9am Contemporary service last Sunday of month Holy Communion celebrated at all Worship Services Coffee Hour 8:15am & 10am


Once you find the Visitor’s Center, you will be in the middle of a major piece of the action in Hackensack because it is located adjacent to the city’s Lakeside Park, dedicated to Bill and Bette Green, who were chiefly responsible for the park’s development. The park features a playground for the children with a variety of activities, and behind it is a covered pavilion for picnicking and a swimming beach, with a dock. Directly across from the Center, is a volunteer library in a log cabin. The library is open in the warmer months, but you can call someone in the colder months to get reading materials. The City has a new aqua colored Lending Book Box located along the park fencing North of the Visitor's Center, donated by the Birch Lake Association in 2017. Ask at the Visitor’s Center. Behind the library is a “butterfly garden,” done by the Birch Lake Association and to the west stretches the City Pier, site of the Kid’s Fishing Contest in the summer months. Adjacent to that is the boat landing. Lucette stands tall between the city pier and the boat landing. As the park moves north, there is a second covered pavilion and the tennis courts. If you travel south, you will find the Hackensack Post Office and directly behind it is The Hub, formerly the Hackensack Senior Citizen Center. Moving to the east side of Highway 371 on Lake Avenue one block is the Hackensack Community Center and across from it is the assisted living facility. The facility was built on the former site of the Hackensack school. On the north end of the facility is the Hackensack Clinic, open five days a week from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A physician’s assistant is on hand to treat patients. The Clinic is part of Essentia Medical Center and hospital out of Brainerd. WILDLIFE PARK IN HACKENSACK Bonna Paulson loved white-tailed deer, especially feeding them. When Bonna passed away, her will provided that her property be dedicated to the City of Hackensack as a wildlife park, to be forever a place to feed the deer and enjoy nature. The original gift of 29 acres of property borders the City limits east of Union Congregational Church. The estate also purchased the adjacent property for a total of approximately 30 acres. Traveling north on Hwy 371 turn right on Lake Avenue East to arrive at the park. Foot traffic only is allowed in the park and all dogs must be on a leash. The park is open from 7:00 am-10:00 pm daily. The acreage includes several deer feeding plots open to the public, wildlife observation areas, walking paths, picnic areas, and other places to sit and enjoy nature while enjoying your “Walk in the Park.” Our little town of Hackensack, Minn. plans to build a fenced-in dog park. The city has enthusiastically invited a committee of the Game Changers of Hackensack, to build the park on .8 acres in beautiful Bonna Paulson Park, which is two blocks east of downtown, just past Union Church. There already are wonderful trails in the park for walking your dog on leash; however, we know dogs need and love to run and play. We want to provide that for our local dogs and, as a northern Minnesota vacation destination, for our visiting dogs and their owners. We will have the first fenced-in dog park in all of Cass County and will welcome dogs and their owners from surrounding communities. Please join us in making a tax-deductible donation to help us build the Hackensack Dog Park. Make checks payable to the Initiative Foundation, 405 1st St. SE, Little Falls, MN 56345. Please note "Hackensack Dog Park" in the memo line. Your generous gift will be available immediately to support the operations of the Hackensack Dog Park. https://www.givemn.org/story/Hlacf-Dogpark

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THINGS TO DO

Things To Do There is much to do while you’re visiting us. Here are some suggestions: Go fishing Go to lunch Golfing Take in a movie Snowmobiling Roller blading Biking Conservation Reserve Go ice-skating Hiking

Go out for dinner Go to breakfast Visit our Library Shop Tennis Bird watching Cross-country skiing Relax Go to City Park Water sports

Visit a Veterans Club Visit a Casino Ride ATV Trail Hunting Play Pickleball Take in a Concert See Mississippi Headwaters and many more!

Featuring Josh Duffee Artists, Authors, Food, & His Big Band Entertainment & More! July 9 & 10 August 14 www.northwoodsartscouncil.org

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Our realtors have a wide variety of homes and cabins to show you - some on the lake and others hidden in the woods. Whatever you desire as an escape place, they’ve got it. If you are relocating here just to get out of the urban life, they also have a variety of

business listings - so you can start your own business and join us in the quieter life - where fishing, hunting, wildlife watching and relaxing reign supreme. Let our many realtors show you what is available - you’ll be sure to find that special place in no time.

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MOVING TO THE AREA

Want to Move to the Area?


BUILDING/REMODELING

Building & Remodeling If you purchased property and want to build a new home, or if you had property for years and decided to build your dream home, we have contractors to meet your every need, suppliers to provide the goods you need and help is even available to store your personal property while construction is underway. Landscaping is also available. So whether you build a whole new place, or remodel an existing one, you’ll find the help you need. And if you have problems with existing services, such

as septic systems, we have professionals who can help with that - build a road - improve a road - or pave a road. There’s also suppliers to help with some of the finishing touches, whether it be rock work or flooring. If you are a person who likes to do it yourself, there are companies who can rent the equipment you need to get the job done - thus saving you the expense of buying equipment that you will not need on an everyday basis.

Serving the Lakes Area

218-820-3232

4172 County Rd 5, Hackensack, MN

Chuck Trosen

Licensed • Bonded • Insured Residential • Commerical

www.advantageheatingcoolinginc.com We offer Heating, A/C, Air Exchanger, Heat Pumps, Duct Cleaning & Air Purifiers.

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WE CAN HELP YOU WITH ALL PHASES OF NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION, ADDITIONS OR REMODELING.

Thank you from the Hackensack Chamber of Commerce for your generous Fireworks donations!

GAS • DIESEL GROCERIES • ICE MOVIES • H & B AIDS POP • LOTTERY • ATM HOT FOOD TO GO RECYCLING SITE 24-Hour

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2020 Sponsors Backus American Legion Post 368 Birch Lake Association Hackensack American Legion Post 202 Hackensack American Legion Auxiliary Hackensack Lions Club Julie Peterson North Lakes Marine Share-N-Care Southside Fuel Plus Swanson’s Bait & Tackle Webb Lake Association Also the many individuals who donate to the fireworks fund and drop off aluminum cans at the recycle bin at Southside Fuel Plus. We could not do this without all of your help!


Minnesota’s Lakefront Equipment Headquarters ShoreStation Hoist & Dock Complete Barge Service

218.675.5175

Visit us at our new location in Spring of 2021 518 County 5 NW, Hackensack MN 56452 Email: timsoutboard@yahoo.com

Dean Garoutte Rick Hughes

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HACKENSACK CHAMBER

The Hackensack Chamber of Commerce is organized to advance the general welfare and prosperity of the Hackensack Area, so that its citizens and all areas of business shall prosper. All means of promotion shall be provided and particular attention and emphasis shall be given to the economic, civil, commercial, cultural, industrial and educational interests of the Area.

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We sell NEW & USED parts! HACKENSACK AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE P.O. Box 373 • Hackensack, MN 56452 218-675-6135 • 800-279-6932 Email: chamber@hackensackchamber.com Website: www.hackensackchamber.com

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BUSINESS DIRECTORY AMERICAN LEGION CLUBS

RENDEZVOUS BREWING Rendezvous Brewery and tap room is open! We are excited to create a space for people to come together and enjoy locally produced craft beer, made on site. Located at 112 First Street S, Hackensack, MN. We are across the street from the city park and Paul Bunyan's Sweetheart, Lucette! SEE AD ON PAGE 24

BACKUS AMERICAN LEGION Attractive lounge and meeting room off Hwy. 371, North of JCT. with Hwy 87W. Paper & electronic pull tabs. Meat Raffle Fridays 5:30pm. Bar Bingo Tuesday 6pm. Football Sports Boards. (Lic.# A-02865-001) Watch for special events. Open Noon Memorial Day through Labor Day, 2pm after Labor Day. Noon Friday & Saturday year round. 218-947-3156 | www.backuslegion.com

TIANNA COUNTRY CLUB Golf Digest - 4 star - Golf Course Tianna is among the best in the area. Manicured fairways & greens carved out of the Chippewa National Forest provides a beautiful setting while playing a great round of golf. 18 holes open to the public. 218-547-1712 SEE AD ON BACK COVER

HACKENSACK AMERICAN LEGION Pull tabs available daily (Lic.# A00972-002) Hours are Tuesday through Sunday open from Noon to 12:30am Closed on Mondays. Meat raffles Thursday at 6pm and Sundays (Summers Only) at 4pm. 218-675-9191 SEE AD ON PAGE 23

GAS, GROCERIES & LIQUOR

BANKS & INSURANCE

COUNTRYSIDE CO-OP Member owned, volunteer-driven organization specializing in spices, cheeses, dried fruits, organic Non-GMO, gluten free products. Most products purchases in bulk quantities for maximum savings. Call for hours. 218-675-6865 SEE AD ON PAGE 13

CASS COMPANY INS. AGENCY Serving all your insurance needs, for both seasonal and year around residents. Auto. Home. Health. Life. Hackensack: 218-675-6610 | Pine River: 218-587-2374 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Serving you with an understanding attitude, courtesy and professional service since 1902. Providing the most extensive selection of products for all of your banking, insurance and investment needs in Walker, Hackensack, Akeley, Longville, Backus, Remer, Pequot Lakes, Crosslake and Baxter. Hackensack: 218-675-6969 | Walker: 218-547-1160 www.fnbnorth.com SEE AD ON BACK COVER

HACKENSACK LIQUOR Bottle Shop located on Hwy 371 N. Featuring an expanded selection of beer, wine and spirits. Hours: Mon-Sat, 9am to 10pm. Hackensack Municipal Bar is located on 1st Street across from the City Park. Beer, Cocktails, Pizza, Pulltabs and Meat Raffle on Mondays at 5pm. Hours: Mon-Sat 9am to close. MARK’S MARKET Fresh meat and produce. Block and cube ice. Weekly specials. Summer hours: Monday-Thursday 8am - 7pm Friday 8am - 7pm Saturday 8am - 7pm Sunday 8am - 4pm 300 Hwy. 371 N, Hackensack, MN 218-675-6825 SEE AD ON PAGE 13

STATE FARM INSURANCE - SPRY AGENCY Serving all insurance and banking needs for our great lake country. Homeowners, cabin, boat, auto, life, bank, and Medicare supplements. Email: brad@sprysf.com 218-547-3456 or 800-450-3347

DINING

SOUTHSIDE FUEL PLUS Highway 371 - Gas, diesel, groceries, movies, ice, hot to-go food, sandwiches, snacks, snowmobile oil - plugs, ATM, clean restrooms and recycling site! Enjoy a cappuccino, play the lottery. One block to Paul Bunyan Trail. SEE AD ON PAGE 24

BIRCHWOOD CHAR HOUSE & BAR Fish Fry Fridays, Prime Rib Friday & Saturdays. Daily Lunch Specials. Live Music & Events. Watch our Facebook Page. 218-675-6200

ENTERTAINMENT

MEDIA

DEEP PORTAGE LEARNING CENTER Located 10 miles east of Hackensack on Nature Center Drive NW. We have a nature center, environmental education programs, summer camp for ages 9-16, 14 miles of hiking/skiing trails. Open year round. 218-682-2325 | www.deep-portage.org

DE LA HUNT BROADCASTING KSKK/KQKK/KDKK KQ102 “YOUR AT WORK STATION” and KAKK “OLDIES 1570” Hackensack’s local news, weather and sports stations. KDKK “MUSIC OF YOUR LIFE” Northern Minnesota’s strongest FM station. We have everything covered. KK RADIO NETWORK: KDKK 97.5; KQKK 101.9; KXKK 92.5; KSKK 94.7; KAKK 1570; KPRM 870; and KVKK 1070. Hackensack representative; Ed De La Hunt 218-732-3306

MOONDANCE EVENTS Hosts 2 Music Festivals, Moondance Jammin Country June 17-19/Moondance Jam July 21-24. A Beer and Wine Tasting Festival Sept 18. The Moondance Fairgrounds also houses the Lazy Moon Bar & Grill and the MDJ Saloon. It’s an ideal site for all gatherings: weddings, conventions, family reunions, all parties! New in 2021 Seasonal Campground! Located 7 miles east of Walker. 218-836-1055 | www.moondancejam.com SEE AD ON PAGE 22

HUBBARD RADIO Proud to serve the Hackensack area everyday and half the Twin Cities on weekends WJJY 106.7, Cool 103.5, KBLB 93.3 and KLIZ 107.5. Call Kim Churack. 218-828-1244 PINE CONE PRESS The Pine Cone Press Citizen and Lakeland Real Estate offer readers local news and advertising for the entire lakes area. Email: presscit@arvig.net | 218-363-2002 www.pineconepresscitizen.com

NORTHERN LIGHTS CASINO, HOTEL & EVENT CENTER 105 luxurious rooms. Pool, hot-tub and sauna. Book meetings, parties or receptions at Events Center with full service catering. 866-652-4683 or 218-547-2744 SEE AD ON PAGE 22

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RP BROADCASTING Delivering your favorite music and talk, Nascar, plus BSU sports. Real County 98.3, Mix 103.7, The River 92.1, News Channel 1300 and Talk Radio 1360.

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RANGE PRINTING (Formerly Spectrum Marketing Services) A full service print and marketing company offering quality products and services that include Commercial Printing, Screen Printing, Embroidery and Promotional Items. 888-632-8844 | www.rangeprinting.com THE PILOT - INDEPENDENT Cass County’s Legal Newspaper with news about the Hackensack area and school district. Serving Cass County for over 120 years. Published each Wednesday. pilotnews@pilotindependent.com | 218-547-1000 www.WalkerMN.com

ORGANIZATIONS BIRCH LAKE ASSOCIATION BLA members work to protect and enhance the water quality, aquatics, fishery and wildlife of Birch Lake and its watershed. This volunteer organization is open to all businesses, residents and visitors. Join us! Applications are available on our website: www.Mybirchlake.org or mail to: PO Box 125. Hackensack, MN 56452. Questions or comments: Email: mybirchlake@gmail.com FAITH IN ACTION FOR CASS COUNTY Connecting compassionate volunteers with people in need to provide transportation, repairs and caregiver support. For assistance, volunteering or donations, call 866-675-5435 or 218-675-5435 116 1st St. S, Hackensack, MN Email: cassfia@uslink.net www.faithinactioncass.com HACKENSACK LIONS CLUB 3rd Tuesday – Meeting at The HUB, 7pm; Board meetings on 2nd Tuesday at 9am. at The HUB SEE AD ON PAGE 23 THE HUB Hackensack's New Meeting Place. Fun Classes, Potlucks, Cards & Games, Private Events. Home of the Hackensack Senior Citizens Club 213 First St. S, Hackensack, MN 218-675-6885 ITASCA MORAINE CHAPTER, NORTH COUNTRY TRAIL ASSOC. 5151 Chokecherry Trl NW, Hackensack Email: itm@northcountrytrail.org 218-547-4678 HACKENSACK AREA FIRE & RESCUE DEPARTMENT The Hackensack Fire & Rescue Department serves our city and nine surrounding townships with skilled Fire & Emergency Medical Technician certified personnel. We stand ready to serve 24/7. HACKENSACK LAKES AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION The Hackensack Lakes Area Community Foundation (HLACF) is an endowment fund created to enhance the quality of life in our area. Visit www.hlacf.org to donate or apply for grant funding. LAKES ASSOCIATION The Lakes Association includes 6 Lakes - Baby, Kerr, Kid, Lost, Man and McKeown. Our mission is to preserve and improve water quality, fish habitat, and the well-being of wildlife in our lakes and watershed. NORTHWOODS ARTS COUNCIL New in 2021! Summer Lakeside Concert Series. Presenting “Sinatra Part Blue” Josh Duffee & his Big Band play at the Community Building July 9th & 10th. The Art & Book Festival featuring Artists, Authors, Food, Entertainment and more on August 14th from 9am – 3pm. For more information, visit: www.northwoodsartscouncil.org. To join us, contact Sue Ready at 612-240-2818 or Shirley Johnson, 218-820-3793, sjohaz@aol.com SEE AD ON PAGE 22


WOODTICK WHEELERS ATV/OHM CLUB Our ATVAM club brings together ATV and OHM enthusiasts to enjoy, promote and protect responsible riding in the Chippewa National Forest and surrounding area. For information, visit our website: www.woodtickwheelers.com SEE AD ON PAGE 13

REAL ESTATE BILL HANSEN REALTY, JULIE PETERSON "Turning Dreams Into Reality" julie@billhansenrealty.com 218-513-9665 SEE AD ON PAGE 23 BILL HANSEN REALTY, APRIL CLARINE "Life’s short. Buy a cabin." aprilclarine@yahoo.com 218-821-5631 SEE AD ON PAGE 23 BILL HANSEN REALTY, CHERYL HOFF cherylhoff@gmail.com 218-821-6936 SEE AD ON PAGE 23 BILL HANSEN REALTY, MITCH JORGENSON mtjorgenson@gmail.com 320-248-9478 SEE AD ON PAGE 23 CEDAR POINT REALTY We assist you in Buying and Selling Northern Minnesota Lakes Real Estate. Call today for your Free Comparative Market Analysis on your property! info@cedarpointrealty.com | 218-547-1001 www.upnorthpropertysearch.com EDINA REALTY, KRIS BIESSENER & KAREN TOOKER, REALTORS Your lake home awaits on one of our 127 lakes. Stop in or call us…we will help you find it! Kris - 218-838-5642, Karen - 218-839-3848 www.karenandkris.com Email: krisbiessener@edinarealty.com Email: karentooker@edinarealty.com SEE AD ON PAGE 23 LEER TITLE SERVICES Leer Title Services specializes in real estate solution from the ground up. From title insurance, to new construction services, to real estate settlement, we provide the solution that get you to "closed". 201 5th St. N, Walker, MN 56484 218-547-7500

RETAIL SHOPPING SHARE-N-CARE We have a large selection of clothing, kitchen wares and furniture. Proceeds are returned to the community. Open Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 9-5, except Fridays, 9-4. Located on Highway 371 in Hackensack. 218-675-5862

SERVICES ADVANTAGE HEATING & COOLING INC. We offer Heating, A/C, Air Exchanger, Heat Pumps, Duct Cleaning & Air Purifiers. We can help you with all phases of new home construction or remodeling. 218-947-4480 | advantageheatingcoolinginc.com SEE AD ON PAGE 24 ASPEN CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Retail landscape products including retaining wall blocks, paving stones, fire pits, flagstone, sand & gravel, rock, wood mulches and much more. Hackensack, MN. 218-675-5808 CROW WING POWER Serving over 38,000 cooperative members in Cass, Crow Wing and Morrison Counties. Electricity, Credit Union and security services. 800-648-9401 | www.cwpower.com

GODFREY’S FAMILY FOODS, TRUE VALUE HARDWARE & RENTAL Fresh Meat, produce, plumbing, paints, electrical, sportswear, tackle, gasoline and live bait. Open 7 days a week Located on 371 near Backus. 218-947-4131 HACKENSACK CLINIC Located 1 block east of Hwy. 371 on Whipple Ave. in the Birch View Gardens. Open M-F 8am - 4:30pm. 218-675-5044. HACKENSACK LUMBER & HARDWARE Lumber, building supplies, plumbing, paints, electrical supplies, hardware and housewares. 218-675-6188 | www.hackensacklumber.doitbest.com MANN LAKE LTD Beekeeping Supply Company. Our headquarters has been located in Hackensack, Minnesota since 1983. In addition to our Hackensack location, we also have full-service branches in Woodland, California, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Marshall, Texas and Winter Haven, Florida. We recently merged with Stromberg’s Chicks and Game Birds Unlimited in late 2019. We’re the industry’s leading manufacturer of quality beekeeping supplies and are now venturing into the world of poultry. We sell everything you need to get started in beekeeping or raising a flock as well as unique gift items you’re sure to love. Stop in and see our new retail store Monday through Friday from 8am-5pm & Saturday 8am-4:30pm, or check us out online at: www.mannlakeltd.com NISTLER FLOOR COVERING Carpet, Laminate, Wood, Vinyl Planks and Tiles, Ceramic, window treatments, Name brands including: Mohawk Color Center, Mannington, Karndean, Shaw, Hunter Douglas, Daltile, American Olean, Katelo. 6470 State 371 NW, Walker, MN 56484 218-547-4610 | nistlerfloorcovering.com NORTHLAKES MARINE & AUTO Collision and mechanical repair for your car, boat and RV. Towing available, Saturday hours. We do it all! Located 12 miles east on County Road 5. 499 County 5, Hackensack MN 56452 218-682-2008 | www.northlakesauto.com NORTHLAND SEPTIC MAINTENANCE INC. Professionals you can trust. Septic cleaning, portable restrooms, drain cleaning, camera service, lift station repair, installation, system repairs, new installation, compliance inspections, monitoring & operations, mini excavator service, site evaluation, new system design, service provider. We are ready with the best service, people and equipment. Whether your need is residential, commercial, municipal or industrial, we can help. 218-675-5999 | www.northlandseptic.com PAWS & CLAWS RESCUE & RESORT Kennels or Suites, Grooming Services, Lots of Play Time, Safe & Friendly A GREAT PLACE TO STAY Hackensack 218-675-7297 | www.pawsandclawrr.org SEE AD ON PAGE 13 TROSEN ELECTRIC Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Farm, New Homes, Remodel, Off Peak, Dual Fuel, Trenching, Underground Repair. 24 hour service, free estimates. Serving Central and Northern MN. 218-675-5757 SEE AD ON PAGE 24 UP NORTH PLUMBING & HEATING INC. Let the professionals at Up North Plumbing & Heating Inc take care of all of your home and business plumbing, heating, and cooling needs. We offer quality service at competitive prices. Up North Plumbing & Heating Inc provides full service for commercial and residential, new construction, service, and repair. Whether it’s a leaky faucet or new build no job is too big or too small for our trained professionals. Email: info@upnorthplumbingheating.com 218-515-0995 | www.upnorthplumbingheating.com

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ZAFFKE PLUMBING Your plumbing professionals with the experience and integrity you expect. Specialists in Commercial, Residential, New or Remodel Construction, Services and Seasonal cabin opening/closing. Email: zaffkeoffice4097@gmail.com 218-947-4097 | www.zaffkeplumbing.com

SPORTING GOODS NORTHWOODS DOCK & SERVICE Minnesota’s waterfront equipment headquarters! Shorestation boat hoist and dock systems, Porta Dock boat lifts and roll-in dock. Full service dock and lift installations and removals, lift repairs, boat storage, winterization and detailing. Offering a large selection of water toys. 1 mile North of Hackensack on Highway 371 North. 218-675-5175 SEE AD ON PAGE 25 SOULSHINE CYCLERY Bikes. Coffee. Adventure. An ecocentric spot focusing on local brands with the best sustainably and ethically sourced coffee and tea around & bicycle sales, rentals, service, shuttle service, & adventure planning. Find your place, let your soul shine! 371 in Hackensack 218-209-2058 SEE AD ON PAGE 14 SWANSON’S BAIT SHOP Live bait, tackle, licenses, ice, everything for year round fishing fun. Cenex gas and oil & LP gas. Souvenirs, shirts, gifts, pop and candy. Open at 6am. all year. 218-675-6176 SEE AD ON PAGE 13 TIM’S OUTBOARD REPAIR New and used outboard motors and parts. We buy, sell and trade. timsoutboard@yahoo.com | 218-682-2331 www.timsoutboard.com SEE AD ON PAGE 25

CHURCHES SEE PAGE 20 HACKENSACK SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH THE LIGHTHOUSE EFCA SACRED HEART CATHOLIC PARISH ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH E.L.C.A. UNION CONGREGATIONAL UCC CHURCH

GOVERNMENT OFFICES CITY OF HACKENSACK Clerk 218-675-6400 Fire Station Office 218-675-6162 Emergency 911 www.cityofhackensackmn.org

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS GARY & LINNEA DIETRICH, HACKENSACK SHIRLEY FREDERICK, HACKENSACK JIM & LISA TULLER, HACKENSACK BONNIE DUPRE, HACKENSACK KEVIN & SUE LARSON, HACKENSACK JEFF & JULIE RANDEL, HACKENSACK

SCHOOLS WALKER-HACKENSACK-AKELEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS WHA Schools has a tradition of academic excellence, extra-curricular opportunities, and student learning. WHA offers something for every student and community member with comprehensive academic & community ed programs.

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TEN MILE LAKE ASSOCIATION The Ten Mile Lake Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the lake and its immediate environment.


RESORTS

Enjoy Our Area Resorts

Our resorts are the heart of your family vacation - where you can escape to enjoy the sunrise or the sunset over the lake, sit around the campfire, swim, fish and just plain relax. You can enjoy many amenities at your resort - watch the wildlife, go for a boat ride, or find new family activities. Escape from the television and phones, embrace a week (or more) of family fun, new adventures and the great outdoors. Many of our resorts started in the 1940s and 1950s with individual cabins on the lake. Every cabin is unique as is every resort, and

cabins are close enough to make friends with your neighbors, but far enough away to enjoy your privacy. They’re the type of resorts to bring the kids and share the life that “used to be” - long before television, computers, and electronic games took interest away from togetherness. You’ll meet other families and make new friends - sometimes lifelong friends from all over the country. Many people reserve the same week every year just so they can meet their friends “from the lake,” get re-acquainted and catch up on what’s happened over the year.

BABY LAKE

On Beautiful Birch Lake

750 acres with a maximum depth of 59 ft. Contains black crappie, panfish, walleye, Northern pike, tullibee, and muskellunge. Public access on east side.

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3489 Ford Dr. NW, Hackensack, MN 56452

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“A family resort with the fisherman in mind.” Lake front cabins, safe sandy beach, activities for kids, playground, bait, gas, laundry, great fishing. 888-820-9820 • 218-682-2492 ARNE and PENNY REGIER 1560 42nd Street NW • Hackensack, MN 56452 www.sunsetbayonbabylake.com Email: arne7@tds.net

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BIRCH LAKE 1,284 acres, with a maximum depth of 45 ft. Good population of walleye, large-mouth bass, black crappie, panfish and Northern pike. Public access in Hackensack.

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Small quiet fishing resort. 1, 2 & 3 bedroom cabins with boat (no motors) or canoe. Grill picnic table, community fire-pit. Seasonal & primitive campsites. No pets please. 218-675-6389 5003 Woodland Lane NW • Hackensack, MN 56452 www.niescabins.com

2 - HYDE-A-WAY BAY RESORT Clean, comfortable, housekeeping cabins set in a peaceful bay, beautiful sunsets. Sorry, no pets. Fall Special Rates. Cash/Check/Visa/MasterCard/Discover. 218-675-6683 ERICA and ADAM NAGEL 3489 Ford Drive NW • Hackensack, MN 56452 www.hydeawaybay.com Email: info@hydeawaybay.com

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All The Miles Along The Way… Will Disappear Once At Hyde-A-Way Bay Resort!

Join us at Hyde-A-Way Bay Resort for great Minnesota memories of family and friends with fun and fishing. Blue skies, clear water, and a vast variety of trees and wildlife.

Our resort has 16 housekeeping cabins which will accommodate small families to large family reunions. Our spacious new log lodge has something for everyone – food, games, gift shop, laundry, and ample seating.

Enjoy Minnesota fishing at its best with your own boat, one of ours or pontoon.

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Follow 371 N. of Brainerd to just S. of Hackensack, turn left onto County Road 40 and follow the signs!!

www.hydeawaybay.com New Owners Adam & Erica Nagel Welcome You!


If you’re looking for a vacation without the kids, we recommend that you come in late May or come in September and October. Some of our resorts are also open throughout the winter if winter sports and relaxation are on your mind.

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Visit our web site, www.hackensackchamber.com, to see what the resorts have to offer. Many have their own web sites linked to ours, some of which offer a virtual tour of the resort so you can pick the cabin you like best. Come visit us and renew yourselves at the lake.

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PLEASANT LAKE 1,038 acres with a maximum depth of 72 feet. Population of panfish, walleye and Northern Pike as well as Yellow Perch. Public access on northwest corner.

1 - PLEASANT PINES RESORT A family-oriented resort that offers fun, sun and a relaxing time. Noted for spacious campsites overlooking a protected harbor. Modern cabins, lodge, campers, RV's & tenters welcome. Free canoe, paddleboats, kayak, paddleboard, volleyball, horseshoes, playground area, gameroom, and a safe sandy beach. www.pleasantpinesresort.com or Follow us on Facebook 218-675-6618 • 320-760-1120 (cell) • 320-748-7744 (winter) 3443 Pleasant Pine Drive NW • Hackensack, MN 56452

2 - TWIN SPRINGS RESORT Nine comfortable cabins with all the modern conveniences including air conditioning and some have a fireplace. Each has a picnic table, Weber grill and fire-pit. Located on the shores of beautiful Pleasant Lakes, cabins are non-smoking, no jet skis or pets allowed. 701-219-0681 • 800-279-5179 3837 N Pleasant Lake Drive NW • Hackensack, MN 56452 www.twinspringsresort.com or Follow us on Facebook

Accommodations Legend

Camping Sites

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RESORTS

4,669 acres with a maximum depth of 179ft. Good population of walleye, Northern pike, whitefish, and panfish. Public access on southwest shore and northeast shore.

1 - HAPPINESS RESORT Air-conditioned cabins on clear, blue Ten Mile Lake. Great fishing. Sandy beach located on the Paul Bunyan Trail. Your special place for any season. 218-675-6574 • 218-536-1264 (cell) DAVE and CINDY FERRIS 4609 Happiness Lane NW • Hackensack, MN 56452 www.happinessresort.com Email: info@happinessresort.com

Minne Teepee Resort 2

www.minneteepee.com

WOMAN LAKE

(763)229-3948

8 Deluxe "Lakeside" log cabins with Sleeping Lofts/Boat Harbor/Swim Beach/Shuffleboard/Playground/ Pontoon/Canoe/16 Foot Lund Boats and "Friendly Campfires"

Woman Lake & IXL Lake

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“Every Beautiful Cabin is lakeside with a Gorgeous View” 4,782 acres with a maximum depth of 50 ft. Large population of walleye, Northern pike, tullibee and panfish. Public access on north shore and northwest shore.

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1 - MINNE TEEPEE RESORT Eight new lakeside log cabins on Woman Lake. Sheltered harbor, sandy beach and much more. Spring and Fall discounts. Friendly campfires nightly. www.minneteepee.com 763-229-3948 GARY and LINDA KNOX 870 County Road 11 Hackensack, MN 56452

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Waters-edge cabins along nearly a mile of pristine lakeshore with 200 feet of sandy beach and a waterslide. Choose new knotty-pine or traditional log cabins. WiFi, activities, gameroom. As seen in National Geographic. Open year round. 218-682-2362 • 800-405-KNMS (5667) 4308 Timber Dr. NW Hackensack, MN 56452 CRAIG and ANGIE NELSON www.womanlake.com Email: knms@womanlake.com

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Our Area Lodging OWL'S NEST MOTEL

105 luxurious rooms. Pool, hot-tub and sauna. Book meetings, parties or receptions at Events Center with full service catering. 866-652-4683 South of Walker at Junction of Hwys 200 & 371 SEE AD ON PAGE 22

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Open year round - 127 lakes within 10 mile radius. RV Park with water/electricity/sewer. Restaurants - shopping within walking distance. Wireless internet access. Located 1 block from Paul Bunyan Trail. "Hospitality starts here - We Give a Hoot." 218-675-6141 On Highway 371 in Hackensack www.owlsnestmotel.com

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LODGING

NORTHERN LIGHTS CASINO, HOTEL & EVENT CENTER


Hackensack Area Chamber of Commerce P.O. Box 373 Hackensack, MN 56452

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