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Sauk Centre

MINNESOTA

Enjoy Original “Main Street” ... Boyhood Home of Sinclair Lewis

Visitors Guide 2014

FREE GUIDE


Sauk Centre Welcomes You!

Stop By...Stay Awhile

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elcome to Sauk Centre! Whether you’re new to the area or have been around for awhile, I’d like to invite you to experience everything Sauk Centre has to offer. I see Sauk Centre as having five major assets: location, retail, facilities, the Lake Wobegon Trail and last, but not least, Sinclair Lewis. Alone, some of these assets may not be strong enough to consider Sauk Centre a destination. Combined, however, they create a pretty impressive package! Location – centrally located in the State of Minnesota, Sauk Centre provides access to three major roadways: I-94, Hwy. 71 and State Hwy. 28. Retail – we have a diverse group of retailers in Sauk Centre. There aren’t many things you can’t find here. This guide does a great job of showcasing our retail businesses

and what they have to offer. Facilities – our Civic Arena, Main Street Theatre, the Stearns County Fairgrounds, medical campus, seven city parks, public & private schools, the MN National Guard Armory, the library, hotels/motels/campgrounds, lakes and golf courses are all fabulous gems in Sauk Centre’s crown. The Lake Wobegon Trail – Sauk Centre is the largest city on the trail and statistics show over 100,000 people used it yearly. And finally, Mr. Sinclair Lewis. Each year we welcome people from all around the world to learn about, visit and cross him off their bucket list. The museum and boyhood home are like the cherries on top of Sauk Centre. Feel free to contact the Chamber of Commerce for more information on any of Sauk Centre’s assets. Call 320.352.5201, e-mail andrea@saukcentrechamber.com, or www.saukcentrechamber.com

Table of Contents Listing of Advertisers................. 4 Sauk Centre Services.................. 5 Events & Activities..................6-7 About Sinclair Lewis................ 14 Sinclair Lewis Days.................. 15 Sauk Centre Heritage............... 18 Fun on the Lakes...................... 20 Parks & Trails............................ 21 Sauk Centre Map...................... 27 Excellence in Education......28-29 Community of Faith................. 32 Honoring our Military............. 32 Ladies Night Out...................... 36 Sauk Centre Healthcare........... 38 Business Directory..............42-47

2014 This Visitors Guide is published annually by the Sauk Centre Herald, 522 Sinclair Lewis Ave. • Sauk Centre, MN 56378 • 320.352.6577 ©2014 Sauk Centre Herald PHOTO CREDITS: Sauk Centre Herald • Sauk Centre Historical Society • Sinclair Lewis Interpretive Center • CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre • Sauk Centre Public Schools • Holy Family School • Minnesota Historical Society • Sinclair Lewis Foundation

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Six Locations with thousands of Items to help you tackle your next project! SAUK CENTRE

1050 Centre Street • Ph. 320-352-5261 STORE HOURS

Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. • Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

PAYNESVILLE

Hwy. 55 West • Ph. 320-243-3556 STORE HOURS

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

GLENWOOD

• Sporting Goods • Camping • Supplies • Hardware • Lawn & Garden • Plumbing

• Automotive • Appliances • Tools & Much • Paint More! • Farm • Electrical

Hwy. 28 & 55 • Ph. 320-634-5209 STORE HOURS Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

LITTLE FALLS Hwy. 27 • Ph. 320-632-9240 STORE HOURS

*LIVE BAIT is now available at

SAUK CENTRE, LITTLE FALLS & LONG PRAIRIE LOCATIONS!

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

GLENCOE

3105 10th St. • Ph. 320-864-4304 STORE HOURS

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

LONG PRAIRIE

Hwy. 71 South • Ph. 320-732-6195 STORE HOURS

Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. • Sunday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

FLEET SUPPLY

Hunting & Fishing Licenses Now Available At All Locations!

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YOUR COMPLETE FARM & HOME STORE

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Aaron Lahr Construction, Inc.....................11 Ace Hardware.................................................13 Advantage 1 Insurance Agency...................45 Alexandria Area Arts Association...............34 American Family Insurance.........................45 American Legion - Sauk Centre..................40 AmericInn......................................................23 Arvig...............................................................37 Aspire Realty..................................................22 Auto Value Parts Stores.................................12 Batter Up!.......................................................16 Benchmark Real Estate Services..................22 Benusa Appliance..........................................42 Billmark’s Insurance......................................47 Bueckers City Sanitation..............................11 Camphill Village............................................30 CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre.................39 Central Heating & Air Conditioning..........13 Centre Electric...............................................13 Centre Floral..................................................34 Centre of Attention.......................................33 Centre Sports.................................................35 Centre Square Apartments...........................22 Centre Towing...............................................16 City of Sauk Centre.......................................19 City of Sauk Centre Splash Pad...................35 Classic Company Dinner Theatre.................9 Central Minnesota Credit Union................41 Coborn’s..........................................................40 Dairyland Supply, Inc...................................11 Dan Welle.......................................................16 Dentistry For Children.................................41 Diane Schmiesing Original Art...................33 Eagle’s Healing Nest......................................31 Econo Wash....................................................35 ElmerZ..............................................................8 Enchanted Inn................................................31 Engle Electric.................................................12 Eyes on Main..................................................31 E-Z Mini Storage...........................................17 F&W Exhaust.................................................17 Fairway Pines Assisted Living......................30 Family Fabrics................................................34 Felling Trailers...............................................11 First State Agency..........................................47 First State Bank..............................................44 Fleet Supply Sauk Centre................................3 Four Seas Buffet...............................................8 Friedrichs Tire & Oil.....................................12 Getty Street Assisted Living.........................30 Gillies Signs....................................................16 Gopher Prairie Motel....................................23 GreyStone Golf Club.....................................37 Guesthouse International.............................23 Heartland Gallery..........................................33 Heaven & Earth Essentials...........................31 Hidden Treasure Christian Books & Gifts.33 Holiday Resort...............................................23 Holiday Super Stop........................................13 Home Town Solutions..................................37

Hughes Real Estate & Auction.....................22 I-94 Classics...................................................16 It’s a Dollar......................................................35 Jitters Java Café................................................8 John Wiese Ford............................................16 Ken’s Iron Salvage & Recycling, Inc............11 Kostreba Contracting....................................11 Lake Wobegon Trail Association.................41 Like Nu Gun & Pawn....................................35 Lynx National Golf Course..........................37 Mortgages On Main......................................43 Main Street Coffee Company.........................8 Main Street Theatre.......................................35 McDonald’s.......................................................8 Melrose Main Street Repair..........................16 Mid Minnesota Excavating..........................11 Midwest Machinery......................................12 Midwest Paint & Body..................................16 Minnesota National Bank............................41 Mitch’s Dyno Tuning.....................................17 MN National Agency....................................46 Moonshine Shoppe........................................10 Mustang Bar...................................................10 Next Door Bar & Lounge.............................10 Off Broadway Antiques................................40 Options for Women......................................34 Palace Bar & Grill..........................................10 Palmer House Hotel......................................23 Panther Distillery..........................................40 Punkins & Monkeys......................................34 Red Carpet Bar & Grill.................................10 Rite Now Tanning..........................................33 Sauk Centre Chamber...................................31 Sauk Centre Country Store..........................33 Sauk Centre CVB...........................................24 Sauk Centre Family Dental..........................41 Sauk Centre Herald.......................................47 Sauk Centre Historical Society....................34 Sauk Centre Industrial Park.........................19 Sauk Centre Opportunities..........................19 Sauk Centre Public Schools..........................48 Sauk Centre Real Estate................................22 Sauk Centre VFW Post 2853........................40 Saukinac Bar & Grill.....................................10 Saukinac Campground.................................22 Sign Design....................................................40 SK Construction............................................12 State Farm Insurance....................................47 Steiner Lumber Company............................13 Taste of Heaven..............................................33 The Corner Shop...........................................34 The Healing Touch........................................31 Thomas Mayer...............................................46 Trisko Heating & Plumbing.........................17 Truckers Inn.....................................................9 Tutti Fruitti Market Farm...............................9 Westside Liquor.............................................10 Whispering Oaks Winery..............................9 Winters Family Chiropractic.......................43


Sauk Centre is a growing community of 4,344 residents, located in northwestern Stearns County approximately 90 minutes from the Twin Cities metro. Coursing through the town are the Sauk River and the Lake Wobegon Trail.

Sauk Centre Services City Government A five-member council, consisting of four council members and one mayor, governs the city. Council members include Mike Olson, Keith Johnson, Warren Stone and David Thomas. The mayor is Brad Kirckof. City administrator is Vicki Willer. City Services Police Chief Bryon Friedrichs manages a force of five full-time and two part-time officers. John Egan is the fire chief and manages a 30-member staff. Kathy Struffert, ambulance director, and assistant Tim Deschene manage a staff of 20 EMTs. Public Works employees Dave Beilke and Tom Johnson currently supervise a 6-member full-time crew, along with multiple seasonal employees. Utilities Marty Sunderman is superintendent of the Sauk Centre Public Utilities Commission, serving under five commissioners. Sauk Centre continues to have one of the lowest power rates in the area. CenterPoint Energy Minnegasco provides natural gas services to more than 85 percent of the city. Qwest Communications and Arvig provide phone and internet services. Arvig and Charter Communications provide cable television services. Home Town Solutions provides satellite TV. Transportation One of the greatest advantages of Sauk Centre is that it is one of the rare rural communities to be a crossroads of three major highways - Interstate 94, U.S. Highway 71 and State Highway 28. The Sauk Centre Municipal Airport is approximately three miles southeast of downtown Sauk Centre on Stearns County Highway 186. For more information, call the city hall at 320-352-2203. Residents can call 1-800-600-7498 for the Sauk Centre city bus, which provides handicapped-accessible transportation throughout the city.

Major Employers Major employers include Walmart, School District 743, CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre, Standard Iron & Wire Works, Felling Trailers, Kane Transport, Bayer Interior Woods, Coborn’s, Truckers Inn and ICBA. Financial Three financial institutions serve Sauk Centre, including Minnesota National Bank, First State Bank and Central Minnesota Credit Union. State Services The Minnesota Motor Vehicle Department Registrar and Driver’s License Office is located at 342 Main Street North (320-352-2853). Driver’s license testing is done at the civic arena. For more information, call 320-255-3044, option 4. Interpretive Center & Sinclair Lewis Museum The center at I-94 and S. Hwy. 71 houses a complete collection of Sinclair Lewis novels, his writing desk and a view of his front porch, along with many other items from the area. A must see while you are in Sauk Centre. Also the home of the Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau. Open seven days a week in summer.

City Directory City Hall Offices 320-352-2203 Police • Non-Emergency 320-351-7022 Police • Voice Message 320-351-7023 Chamber of Commerce 320-352-5201 Economic Development, Planning & Zoning 320-352-2203 Sauk Centre Street Department 320-352-2598 Sauk Centre Airport 320-352-5484 Sauk Centre Public Utilities 320-352-6538 Sauk Centre Civic Arena 352-1271 Bryant Library 320-352-3016 Sauk Centre Historical Society 320-351-8777 Park Reservations 320-352-2203 Sinclair Lewis Campgrounds January 1-April 15 320-352-2203 April 15-December 31 320-333-9546

*Reservations for Sinclair Lewis campgrounds taken beginning on the first working day after January 1 each year.

National Guard Armory 320-352-2156 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 5


2014 Calendar Events February

2 - Lions Pancake Breakfast 8 - 26th Annual Farm/Toy Show 11-12 - Ag Show – Viking Plaza Mall, Alexandria 13 - Comedian Roger Radley – ElmerZ Restaurant

March

1 - SC Elementary PTA Family Fun Day 8 - Sauk Centre Fire Dept. Indoor Mini Golf Tourney 22 - Soup & Sandwich Lunch and Bake Sale – Senior Center 29-10 - SLAMFEST Volleyball Tourney – Sauk Centre Public Schools 30 - Holy Family School Springfest

April

8 - Holy Family School Pre-Kindergarten Screening 12 - Sauk Centre Chamber Easter Egg Hunt 24 - Ladies Night Out Expo 25 - CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre Hospice Spring Fling 26 - Sauk Centre Chamber’s Big Rig Show 29 - Team Ivy Rose Civic Arena Garage Sale

May

16-17 - City Wide Garage Sales 16-18 - MN-ND Arabian Horse Show – Stearns County Fairgrounds

June

1-7 - Prairie Fire Theatre presents ‘Alice in Wonderland’ 2-5 - Holy Family School Vacation Bible School 3 - Holy Family School Golf Tournament 6 - Central MN Credit Union Member Appreciation Day Page 6 • 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide

& Activities

8 - WSCA Horse Show – Stearns County Fairgrounds 14 - Michels Tree Memorial Celebration 14 - Central MN Dairy Day – Stearns County Fairgrounds 17 - Tom Kane Memorial Golf Tournament – GreyStone Golf Club 20-21 - Stearns County Relay for Life

24-25 - Monster Manor – Stearns County Fairgrounds 30 - Meyer’s Photography Studio’s Halloween Charity Event

July

December

11-13 - Half Arabian Horse Show – Stearns County Fairgrounds 16-20 - Sinclair Lewis Days 18-20 - Welsh Pony Show – Stearns County Fairgrounds 30-Aug. 3 - Stearns County Fair

August

5 - Night to Unite 16 - Fabulous Armadillos presented by CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre Foundation

September

6 - Grillin’ & Chillin’ BBQ Cookoff 13 - Run Your Sauks Off 5K 13-14 - Welsh Pony Show – Stearns County Fairgrounds 27 - Pumpkin Fun Days, Tutti Fruitti Market Farm

October

4 - Caramel Apple Ride, Lake Wobegon Trail 4 - 2nd Annual American Legion 5K Beer Run 4 & 11 - Pumpkin Fun Days, Tutti Fruitti Market Farm 11 - Sinclair Lewis Writers Conference 24 - Felling Trailers 40th Anniversary Celebration 16-19 - Taste of Heaven Food Drive 17-18 - Monster Manor – Stearns County Fairgrounds

November

8-9 - Holiday Kickoff Weekend 20-21 - Meyer’s Photography Studio’s Santa Days 28 - Winter Wanderland Concert 29 - Small Business Saturday 5 - CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre’s Hospice Remembrance Tree Lighting 5 - Christmas by Candlelight 6 - Christmas in the Park – Sinclair Lewis Park 7 - Best of Old Tyme Music Community Concert – Sauk Centre Auditorium


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320-352-1390

403 Main St S • Sauk Centre, MN JittersJavaCafe.com


TUTTI FRUITTI MARKET FARM

& Marlene’s Tutti Fruitti Kitchen/Bakery Lunch Buffet Hours M-F 11 am - 2 pm • Sat. Breakfast Buffet 8 am - 1:30 pm Kitchen Hours M-F Buffet...$5.95 M-F 7 am-4 pm Open Year Sat Buffet...$6.95 Sat. 8 am - 2 pm Round Closed Sundays Breakfast everyday, all day! Fresh Produce Seasonally Grown on Our Farm. Self Serve Stand Open 7:00 am-7:00 pm 38914 Cty. Road 186, Sauk Centre ~ 2.5 miles East of McDonald’s 320-352-2059 • www.tuttifruittimarketfarm.com

Chris and Terri Ellering www.whisperingoakswinerymn.com

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A full service restaurant & lounge, open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, as well as having dinner & show nights

33578 Co Rd 30 • Melrose, MN 320.256.7118

120 Central Ave. N. • Brooten, MN 56316 Call for Reservations and Show Schedules

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Directions: In Melrose exit off I94, head south on County Road 13. Go about 2.5 miles and turn east onto County Road 30. We are 1 mile on the North side of the road.

TRUCKERS INN TRUCKSTOP & RESTAURANT

OPEN 24 HOURS ALWAYS

24 Hour Breakfast Daily & Evening Specials

STATION 24 Hours Daily

RESTAURANT 24 Hours Daily

• Mechanic/Wash Bay Homemade Daily Specials so • Gas & Diesel/Pay-at-the-Pump also Premium Fuel at #2 Fuel Price • Complete Menu • Souvenirs/Convenience Store • 24 Hr. Breakfast R t Restaurant t • Trucker & Travel Supplies • Large Salad Bar • Clothing • Western Boots • Wednesday Night Mexican Buffet • ATM • Deli Counter/Snacks • 40 Seat Meeting Room • RV Parking • 20 Acres • CAT Scale Dedicated to Good Eating & Affordable Prices • Diesel Exhaust Fluid • Propane Located “In the Middle of Minnesota” I-94 & Hwy. 71 • Sauk Centre, MN

STATION 320-352-5241 • RESTAURANT 320-352-3429 “Where the Customer is Family”

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Welcome to Sauk Centre • Enjoy Your Stay!

“Where the Good Times Begin”

515 SINCLAIR LEWIS AVE • SAUK CENTRE

320-352-3028

320-351-5469

Locally L llll Owned O d & Operated by Paul & Gerry Hartmann

WEEKLY SPECIALS

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• HOMEMADE PIZZA • HAPPY HOUR DAILY

Located on Beautiful

Sauk Lake

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RED CARPET LOUNGE

510 Sinclair Lewis Ave, Sauk Centre

320-352-5397

Original Full Bar Menu

Hours: Tues.-Thurs 2 pm-Close; Fri. & Sat. 11 am-Close

Bar & Grill • Daily • Weekly • Seasonal Camping • Seasonal RV Sites Available

Private Lake Access with Dock, Bar & Grill on Site, Storage Units Available, Sand Volleyball Court, Horseshoe Pit, Tether Ball, B-Ball Court, Disc Golf & Shuffle Board

Directions: North Hwy 71 to County Road 2, East County Road 2 to County Road 15, South on County Road 15 for 1/2 mile then follow signs

21914 Bayloop, Sauk Centre, MN • 320.352.0037

Monday-Friday • 11am-5pm

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Best Selection! Best Service! Best Overall Pricing!

Sauk Centre • 352-5920 Located Off I-94 & N. Hwy. 71

One Block East Of McDonald’s HOURS: MON.-SAT. 8 A.M.-10 P.M.

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M-Sat 11am-1am Sun 11am-8pm

520 Sinclair Lewis Ave., Sauk Centre • 320-352-2641

• Food Baskets • Lottery/Pull-tabs • Happy Hour Monday-Friday 12 p.m.-1 a.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-1 a.m. Sinclair Lewis Ave • 320-351-9951


RECYCLING ACCEPTED

KEN’S IRON SALVAGE K & RECYCLING, INC. Buying All Types of Metal and Aluminum Cans • Recycling Plastics, Paper, Cardboard, Glass KEN PROELL

320-352-6878

11194 225th Ave. • Sauk Centre, MN 56378

• aluminum cans • cast aluminum • copper • brass • radiators • stainless • iron • electric motors • automobiles • glass bottles and jars

Aaron Lahr

Construction, Inc. Aaron Lahr, Owner

• NEW HOMES • RE-ROOFING • ALL YOUR CONCRETE NEEDS • AGRICULTURAL BUILDINGS • STEEL STRUCTURES

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• newspapers • cardboard/tin cans • 1 & 2 plastic bottles and jugs • plastic barrels

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Owned & Operated by Ervin & Bertha Bueckers

Providing Full Refuse & Recycling Services to Area Residents & Commercial Businesses! Now offering commingled recycling!

877-352-2876

New Construction & Additions Framing • Roofing • Siding • Heat • Air • Plumbing • Electrical Wayne Kostreba Lic. #BC006309

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877-315-8967 320-290-0087

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Member Central Minnesota Builders Association Since 1993

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SCREEN BLACK DIRT • CLASS V FILL • SAND • LAKESHORE ROCK

320-352-3045

Yard Boss Tillers & Trimmers

Blowers

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Dairyland Supply is your local Stihl dealer with 20 years experience. Have your handheld equipment serviced by our certified Stihl technician.

We also have a large inventory of Stihl parts & accessories! www.dairylandsupplyinc.com

DAIRYLAND SUPPLY INC. 320-352-3987 • 1-800-338-6455

SAUK CENTRE ★ OFF I-94 ON THE CORNER OF HWY. 28 & 71 SOUTH

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Ken Engle Master Electrician

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435 South Main Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378 320-352-2251 • 800-665-6419

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We Fill Propane Cylinders!

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Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 8:00 PM Saturday 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM Sunday 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

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Sinclair Lewis...

Sinclair Lewis Novels (The titles in bold have been adapted into films.)

Hike and the Aeroplane (1912, as Tom Graham) Our Mr. Wrenn (1914) The Trail of the Hawk (1916) The Job (1917) Free Air ((1919) Main Street (1920) Babbitt (1922) Arrowsmith (1925) Mantrap (1926) Elmer Gantry (1927) The Man Who Knew Coolidge (1928) Dodsworth (1929) Ann Vickers (1933) Work of Art (1934) It Can’t Happen Here (1935) The Prodigal Parents (1938) Bethel Merriday (1940) Gideon Planish (1943) Cass Timberlane (1945) Kingsblood Royal (1947) The Godseeker (1949) World So Wide (1951, posthumously)

Why is Lewis Important?

Visit the Sinclair Lewis Boyhood Home and Sinclair Lewis Museum Every year, over 8,000 people from all over the world tour the Sinclair Lewis Museum. In addition, over 500 tour the Sinclair Lewis Boyhood Home. Sinclair Lewis, the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, was born in Sauk Centre on Feb. 7,1885, and raised here. The town

was his inspiration for Main Street, the satirical novel of small-town life that brought him worldwide fame. The home, located at 810 Sinclair Lewis Ave., which also for a time served as the office for Dr. Lewis’ medical practice, has been restored with antiques appropriate to the period. Many rooms contain items that were known to belong to the Lewis family. Tour guides can tell you much about the house, Lewis’ family and boyhood. The home is open June - August for guided tours. Call the Chamber at 320352-5201 for daily hours. Admission charged. The museum is located at 1220 Main St. S. Call 320-352-5201 or visit us at www.sinclairlewisfoundation.com.

“It was a good time, a good place, and a good preparation for life.” Sinclair Lewis - commenting on life in Sauk Centre. Page 14 • 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide

“Critics praised him, claiming that his writing represented the culture of the 1920s and 1930s. Mark Schorer, in his exhaustive biography, notes regarding Lewis’s work, ‘American culture seems always to have had a literary spokesman, a single writer who presented American culture and American attitudes toward its culture, to the world.’ Lewis was that author. The titles of two of his novels, Main Street and Babbitt, were introduced into the American vocabulary. These words developed their own cultural meanings.” Dr. Sally E. Parry of the Sinclair Lewis Society

About the Nobel Prize

For literature, the academy only considers works that have appeared in print and have been proven by the “test of experience” and examination of experts. An author is chosen for the award not for one book but for a body of works. The five works that Sinclair Lewis was awarded the Nobel Prize for include: Elmer Gantry, Babbitt, Dodsworth, Arrowsmith and Main Street. In 1930, Sinclair Lewis became the first American to be awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Boyhood Home Fun Facts

• Built in 1889 • Designated National Historical Landmark • Sinclair Lewis spent many arduous hours splitting wood there • Legend has it, there may be an amputated limb or two buried in the backyard!


Sinclair Lewis Days 2014 Wednesday, July 16

• Sinclair Lewis Days Treasure Hunt begins • Lunch at City Hall – 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. • Turtle Races/Wacky Water Night – 5:30 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park • Kiddie & Pet Parade – 6:30 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park • Kids Concert in the Park – 7:30 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park

Thursday, July 17

• Miss Sauk Centre Pageant – 7:30 p.m. Sauk Centre Auditorium

Friday, July 18

• Music in the Park – 8 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park • Hotdog Eating Contest – 8 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park • Fireworks at Dusk – Sinclair Lewis Park

Saturday, July 19

• Crazy Days – downtown Sauk Centre – 8 a.m. • Craft Fair 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park • Family Fun Festival 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sinclair Lewis Park • Sinclair Lewis Days Parade 7 p.m. ****NEW ROUTE**** • Dance following the parade

July 16-20, 2014

Sunday, July 20

• Fly In Breakfast - 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sauk Centre Airport • Water Ski Show – Sauk Lake – 1 p.m.

Sinclair Lewis Days 2014 Raffle: Deadline to purchase tickets: July 21, 2014 July 21: $1000 winner July 22: 2 - $100 winners July 23: 2 - $100 winners July 24: 2- $100 winners July 25: 2 - $100 winners July 26: 2 - $100 winners July 27: 2 - $100 winners July 28: $500 winner July 29: $500 winner July 30: $1000 winner

Bigger Cash Prizes!

Please watch for details on these events, as well as additions to this schedule. More information available on our website www.saukcentrechamber.com

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Located by Walmart in Sauk Centre

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Sauk Centre Heritage PALMER HOUSE National Registry of Historic Places Built in 1901 and located on the corner of Main Street and Sinclair Lewis Avenue. Still has the original tin ceilings and Venetian stained glass windows, and was only the second building in the state of Minnesota to have electricity installed. Be sure to browse through the lobby and enjoy the many historic photographs. ORIGINAL MAIN STREET HISTORIC DISTRICT National Registry of Historic Districts This 10-block district is considered the inspiration for Sinclair Lewis’ 1920 novel, Main Street, and the concept of “Main Street” as a symbol of American small towns. Comprises 74 contributing properties. THE RED SCHOOL HOUSE near the Sinclair Lewis Interpretive Center is open for tours by appointment. Call 320-3525201.

SINCLAIR LEWIS BOYHOOD HOME National Registry of Historic Places 810 Sinclair Lewis Avenue. Tours are available throughout the summer months. Harry Sinclair Lewis, Nobel Prize winner, grew up in this home, along with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. E.J. Lewis, and brothers, Fred and Claude. Call the chamber at 320-3525201 for tours. SAUK CENTRE AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY/BRYANT LIBRARY 430 South Main Street. The Bryant Library was completed in 1904 in the Renaissance Revival style, with a $10,000 grant from the Carnegie Foundation. The library is located in the upper level, while the Sauk Centre Historical Society and Museum occupies the lower level. Call 320-352-3016 for library hours, and 320-351-8777 for Historical Society hours. Stop in to see a comprehensive display of period fashion and militaria.

STOCKADE MARKER A boulder on the corner of 7th Street and Birch Street designates the place where a stockade was built to protect settlers as the Sioux Indians, led by Chief Little Crow, fought a desperate struggle to regain their Minnesota lands during the Uprising of 1862. STEARNS COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Located on the corner of 12th and Ash Streets. Annual fairs began in 1901 and continue to present day. The grounds are also used during the summer for horse shows, auctions and community events. THE CEMETERIES Greenwood, Calvary, St. Paul’s and Oakland. Just east of town are located four cemeteries where many early pioneers, Civil War veterans and townspeople are buried, including Alexander Moore (founder of Sauk Centre), Frank Eddy, the first representative of Minnesota Congress to be born in the state, and Sinclair Lewis. SINCLAIR LEWIS PARK, BANDSHELL and FOUNTAIN - Located at 826 Park Road. The umbrella, boy and girl on the fountain were originally installed in 1890.

MINNESOTA HOME SCHOOL FOR GIRLS PROPERTY National Registry of Historic Districts Description courtesy of www.placeography.org/ and www.mnhs.org-shpo Located on the north end of Sauk Centre, this property is now the Eagle’s Healing Nest, a home for soldiers trying to reintegrate into society. It was established in 1907 by an act of the legislature as the State Industrial School for Girls, to provide for the care, training and education of girls who had been declared delinquent and committed by the courts. The school was built in 1911 as the Minnesota Home School for Girls. Architect Clarence H. Johnston, Sr. incorporated Colonial and Classical Revival elements into the buildings. The school facility then included an administration building, hospital, chapel, pumping plant, farm building, and cottages to house 160 girls. Girls who had been inmates at the State Training School for Boys, later the Red Wing State Training School, were transferred to the facility. All of the policies of the State Training School in Red Wing relating to inmate commitment, education, training and general operations were applied to the Home School for Girls as well. Girls were committed when convicted by the court of any crime, except that of murder, which was punishable by imprisonment. Entering inmates ranged in age from eight to sixteen years, and remained at the school until they reached age twenty-one, or were discharged. Girls received common school education and instruction in sewing, cooking, laundering, general housework skills and farming. The buildings on the property considered as having historical significance include the Alcott Cottage; the Richard Cottage; the Stowe Cottage; the Sullivan Cottage; Morse Hall; the chapel; Lind Cottage; Sinclair Lewis Hall; Evers Cottage; the equipment garage; the horse barn; the machine shed; Mary Lyon Annex; Mary Lyon School; Pettit Cottage; the maintenance building; the chapel garage; the lake cottage; and the root cellar. Other buildings include the fine arts building; the Tekakitha Cottage; the DuBois Cottage; Senator Popp Building; the bungalow garage; and the storage garage.

Looking for more history?

The Our Century book is available at the Sauk Centre Herald office, and Sauk Centre, The Story of a Frontier Town is available at the Historical Society. Both books contain a wealth of information from the earliest days of Sauk Centre and the surrounding area. In addition, there are numerous local books to be viewed in the society covering everything from prohibition to church architecture.

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ForMore MoreInformation Information Contact: For Contact: Kevin Uphoff 320-429-0661 or Rich Bullard 320-352-5211 Suss Kluver 320-352-6392

• 41-ACRE INDUSTRIAL PARK -- Sauk Centre Opportunities oversees a 41-acre Industrial Park, which has fully improved lots with sewer, water, and curbed blacktopped streets. The park is conveniently located on the west side of town with dual access and visibility to I-94.

• CONVENIENT LOCATION -- Sauk Centre In-

dustrial Park is located near Interstate 94 as well as close proximity to State Highways 28 and 71. The Sauk Centre airport has two lighted runways.

• INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT --

Sauk Centre Opportunities is a non-profit organization which helps to promote, extend, increase, or create Industrial development to the Sauk Centre area.

• WORK FORCE -- It’s called the Minnesota Work Ethic. And nowhere is that work ethic stronger than in Sauk Centre. Our employers report high productivity, low absenteeism from proud, dedicated workers. • BUILDING or LEASING OPTIONS --

Sauk Centre Opportunities can structure building packages for specific needs as well as lease purchase options.

• GREAT UTILITY RATES -- Sauk Centre Utility rates rank among the lowest in the State of Minnesota, running 33 percent less than the state average.

MINNESOTA SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER NETWORK We Can Help You Start or Grow Your Business

About Us

Economic Development Authority The Sauk Centre Economic Development Authority (EDA) is a part of the City created to deal specically with economic and community development issues. The mission of the EDA is to “encourage and assist with the development of industry and commerce in the City of Sauk Centre and the housing, labor force and community amenities needed to support such development.” If you are considering starting or expanding a business in Sauk Centre, make our ofce your rst stop! The EDA may be able to provide assistance with: Business Planning, Low Interest Loans, Packaging local, regional, county and state nancing applications, JOBZ incentives, Structuring TIF or tax abatement assistance, and many other tools useful to new or expanding businesses.

The MnSBDC Network provides confidential, professional consulting to new and established businesses. We’ll work with you to identify opportunities, increase profits, and provide greater stability and long-term growth for your company.

Our Services

We provide help in three primary areas:

• Professional Consulting • Training Seminars • Financial Assistance

How to Reach Us

To learn more about services and training offered by the MnSBDC Network, contact the regional center nearest you, or visit our website, www.mnsbdc.com The MnSBDC comes to Sauk Centre City Hall twice a month. Please call City Hall to make an appointment to meet with a representative from SBDC. 320-352-2203.

CALL the Sauk Centre EDA at 320-352-2203 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 19


Fun on the Lakes

Sauk Centre offers the best in lake recreation, whether it is canoeing down the Sauk River, tubing or water skiing on Fairy Lake, or fishing for bass and walleye on Sauk Lake. Not many small towns can offer such a variety of options for lake enthusiasts. Fairy Lake is home of Fairy Lake Beach and Lions Park and is a popular spot for beach goers, water skiers and jet skiers. The fishing isn’t too shabby either and produces panfish, walleye and northern. The Sauk River is located below the dam in Sauk Centre and is a popular spot for anglers as well as canoers. And then there is Sauk Lake, one of the best bass lakes in Minnesota. Every year trophy-sized bass are caught on Sauk Lake, which is home to an every-otheryear bass fishing tournament. But bass isn’t the only species this large body of water produces. The lake is also a good panfish lake with a good crappie and sunfish bite. The crappies are especially strong in the winter months, and Sauk Lake is a popular spot for anglers to plant their ice shacks. The walleye bite has also improved thanks to a stocking effort several years ago. And there are plenty of trophy northern swimming along the channels. It is not uncommon for an angler to pull a 15- to 20-pound fish out of the Sauk Lake waters. There are several resorts on Sauk Lake that are clean, affordable and friendly. So if you are planning a vacation where you’d like to have the best of recreation and angling, Sauk Centre is the place to be.

Did You Know? There are numerous lakes in the area that provide ample opportunities for all types of water recreation in summer and fishing year round. • Big Sauk Lake is a dynamite lake for anglers. It is the Sauk Centre area’s largest lake, beginning in Sauk Centre and running 10 miles north. The Sauk River Dam is located just off Main Street north of downtown and serves as a popular fishing destination for anglers. • Fairy Lake Chain – Located four-and-a-half miles northwest of Sauk Centre, this chain of lakes consists of Fairy Lake, Lily Lake and Long Lake. This chain serves as a popular spot for water sports, and includes the area’s nicest beach for swimming. The fishing is good on these lakes as well. • Guernsey Lake Chain – Another hot spot for anglers, this chain is 6 miles north of Sauk Centre and consists of Guernsey Lake, Long Bridge Lake, Long Lake, Juergens Lake and McCormick Lake. Page 20 • 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide


Parks & Trails The city of Sauk Centre is proud of its many parks, encompassing over 135 acres. Following is a listing of the parks and their amenities: Sinclair Lewis Park/Lake Wobegon Trail Head: Bordered on the north by Sauk Lake. Amenities: picnic shelter, new playground equipment, grills, benches, band shell, gazebo, 84-foot fishing pier, boat landing and docks, restrooms, concessions building, water fountain. Sinclair Lewis Municipal Campground: Borders the west end of Sinclair Lewis Park. Open for the season from approximately May 1 to October 15 each year. Amenities: 80 campsites–46 with full hookups (water, sewer, electricity), 30 with water and electricity only and 4 primitive, fire pits on each site, three sets of restrooms-two with showers, storm shelter, dump station, fish cleaning facility, lake access with boat ramp and docks, pop machine, playground access, public pay phone. Sinclair Lewis Campgrounds January 1-April 15, 320-352-2203 April 15-December 31, 320-333-9546

*Reservations for Sinclair Lewis campgrounds taken beginning on the first working day after January 1 each year.

Park Reservations 320-352-2203

Conservation Park: Located just northeast of the dam. Amenities: picnic tables, pop machine, shelter with restrooms, handicap accessible, sidewalks. Brown’s Park: Located between 6th and 7th Streets, east of Ash Street. Amenities: playground, large ball field, picnic shelter, water fountain. Multi-Purpose Park: Located across the street from the Sinclair Lewis Municipal Campground. Amenities: skateboard area, basketball court, horseshoe pits.

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Jaycee Park: Located on the north end of town along Original Main Street. In 2009, the ballpark underwent a major renovation to accommodate Little League baseball. Coordinated by the Baseball Association, major funding was provided by a grant from the Minnesota Twins. Amenities: playground, sand volleyball court, baseball field, picnic shelter and tables, pop machine, drinking fountain, restrooms. Civic Arena: Located on Centre Street, just off Beltline Road. The arena is home to the area high school hockey program-the Prairie Centre North Star-and hosts events for the hockey associations, figure skating programs, gun shows, a circus, wrestling events and trade shows. Towerview Park/Ball Park: Adjacent to the Civic Arena, located on Centre Street, just off Beltline Road. Amenities: two fenced softball fields, shelter, pop machine, picnic tables, restrooms in arena accessible from exterior doors facing softball fields, park area with playground and concession stand behind Civic Arena. Outdoor Skating Rink: Located east of the Conservation Park. Amenities: two hockey rinks, one pleasure rink, pop machine, warming house with restrooms. Interpretive Center/Information Center: Located at the intersection of U.S. 71 and I-94. Amenities: home of the Chamber of Commerce, Sinclair Lewis Museum, old school house, sidewalks, shaded picnic tables, off-street parking doubles as a rest area, restrooms provided by the Chamber Office, sledding hill.

Lake Wobegon Trail winds its way through Sauk Centre, with the official access at the Sinclair Lewis Park. The trail is 46 miles long, from St. Joseph to Osakis, and is available for walking, biking, snowmobiling (no metal studs), roller skiing and roller blading. On August 26, 2007, the Lake Wobegon and Central Lakes trails were officially connected. The completion of the “Forgotten Four” miles created an unbroken trail surface that is 126 miles long–the longest in the state of Minnesota. Canoeing: Sauk River has been declared a designated State Canoe and Boat Waterway. There is a canoe access at the conservation park below the Sauk River dam on Main Street.

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Nestled between two championship golf courses, GreyStone and Lynx National with the famous Lake Wobegon Trail coursing through the middle, Sauk Centre’s famous “Main Street” welcomes you with quaint shops and excellent eateries with ve lodging properties to enjoy your stay. Boyhood Home Tours of Nobel Prize-winning author Sinclair Lewis and historical museums, plus fun events, Stearns County Fair and shing on Sauk Lake and River, Sauk Centre is a great escape along I-94 and Hwy. 71.

The Lake Wobegon Trail Head at Sinclair Lewis Park features a bandshell with summer Concerts in the Park and festivals throughout the year. The 84’ Fishing Pier offers anglers access to the lake even if they don’t have a boat, and facilities include a picnic shelter, playground equipment, grills, gazebo, horseshoe pits and a skateboard park. The Sinclair Lewis RV Park and Campground has a boat ramp and is within walking distance of the Main Street shopping and dining area.

Whether traveling north to the Mississippi Headwaters or south along the Glacial Ridge Scenic Byway, stay in Minnesota’s center…SAUK CENTRE. Take a walk along the original “Main Street” and enjoy hometown hospitality in Sauk Centre, Minnesota. The Convention & Visitors Bureau can help with meetings, reunions, tournament lodging, group tours, educational eld trips and more – we’re here to help. 855-444-SAUK or info@visitsaukcentre.com.


Meet in the Centre...

Sauk Centre

Sauk Centre sits at the crossroads of three major highways - I-94, U.S. Hwy. 71 and State Hwy. 28 - in the central part of Minnesota. Conveniently located just an hour-and-a-half from the Twin Cities Metro area and two hours from Fargo-Moorhead, Sauk Centre is a perfect place to book your conventions and meetings of all sizes. Boardrooms to expansive ballrooms…Sauk Centre has meetings spaces for all groups. Sauk Centre offers lakes, two golf courses, historical sites, museums, fishing, trails, great shopping and a wide variety of restaurants for your group’s entertainment. Experience “Main Street” charm and hospitality. For a free meeting planners guide, contact the Sauk Centre Convention & Visitors Bureau at 855-444-SAUK or www.visitsaukcentre.com.

Lodging & Meeting Spaces Sauk Centre, MN

Indoor Swimming Restaurant/ Pool Bar On Site

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Sauk Centre Civic Arena

2,000

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AmericInn Lodge & Suites

12-36

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39

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The Palmer House

10-75

20

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Yes

America’s Best Value Inn

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Outdoor Bandshell & Event Site

80 Sites

On the lake

Nearby

ElmerZ Dining and Conference Centre 1225 Timberlane Drive • 320-352-4243 elmerz@elmerz.biz 818 Centre Street • 320-352-2203 #5 1230 Timberlane Drive • 877-352-1199

GuestHouse Int’l Hotel

322 12th Street S • 877-351-7256 500 Sinclair Lewis Avenue • 866-834-9100 1222 Getty Street • 800-365-9668

The Enchanted Inn

605 Main Street S • 320-491-1072

Sinclair Lewis Campground May-September • 320-352-2203 October-April • 320-333-9546 Page 26 • 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide


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From North to South: 1. To GreyStone Golf Course 2. To Fairy Lake 3. CentraCare Health System Sauk Centre 4. Senior Center 5. Sinclair Lewis Boyhood Home 6. Holy Family School 7. Palmer House 8. To Cemeteries 9. City Hall 10. Main Street Theatre 11. Post Office 12. Bryant Library 13. Sauk Centre Historical Society 14. Sauk Centre Civic Arena 15. Sauk Centre Public Schools K-12 16. Stearns County Fairgrounds 17. Sinclair Lewis Interpretive Center 18. Chamber & Visitors Bureau 19. To Lynx National Golf Course 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Jaycee Park Conservation Park To Lions Park Multi-Purpose Park Sinclair Lewis Campgrounds Sinclair Lewis Park/Lake Wobegon Trail Head 7. Brown’s Park 8. Towerview Park/Ball Park 9. Interpretive Center Park

Lake Wobegon Trail

Faith Baptist Church Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses Iglesia Tierra Prometida St. Paul’s Catholic Church Compass Bible Church Zion Lutheran Church First Lutheran Church First United Church of Christ United Methodist Church Good Samaritan Episcopal Church Our Lady of the Angels Catholic Church Harvest Community Church River of Life Church

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Excellence in Education

Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE)/School Readiness Preschool Programs http://www.isd743.k12.mn.us/ECFE_ School_Readiness.htm These programs began in 1977 and are part of the Sauk Centre School District. ECFE is currently housed in the Public Elementary School. ECFE offers parent-child programs for parents and their children ages 2 years to 5 years old. The School Readiness Program is open to children 4 years old and 5-year-olds not attending kindergarten.

fully interactive with each other as well as with the media centers and offices. For students in K-12 requiring special education, Sauk Centre Public Schools offer challenging learning experiences and one-on-one counseling through various programs. Sauk Centre has an active community education program, with learning opportunities for all ages. Sauk Centre Public Schools have been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as being among the best schools in Minnesota for preparing its students for college, the military and for work.

Punkins and Monkeys preschool http://www.punkinsandmonkeys.com/ This preschool is a parent cooperative and is located in Holy Family School.

Arts Students have a wide variety of non-athletic extracurricular activities sponsored by the school system. Programs include drama/theater productions, band, choir and many other clubs and organizations.

Holy Family School http://www.holyfamilysc.org/ Sauk Centre is home to Holy Family School, an excellent, fully-accredited parochial school for kindergarten through sixth grade. At over 200 students, it is one of the largest Catholic schools in the area. Sauk Centre Public Schools District 743, Enrollment & Facilities http://www.isd743.k12.mn.us/ The public school system is a network of modern facilities, all on one campus, and has an approximate enrollment of 1,000 students, all on one campus. Academics The school has state-of-the-art computer labs, and a district-wide network system makes each classroom Page 28 • 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide

Athletics Sauk Centre has a strong tradition of excellence in athletics. There are many opportunities available to both boys and girls who are interested in athletics. There are programs available in many activities from elementary through senior high. Colleges & Universities Sauk Centre is centrally located, with numerous colleges within a 50mile radius, including St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud Technical College, College of St. Benedict, St. John’s University, Alexandria Technical College, University of Minnesota-Morris and Ridgewater College, among others.

Sauk Centre has everything you need in education, from preschool to post-secondary options.


Excellence in Education

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Stop by for a Tour Assisted Assi As A sist sted ed Living Liv vin ng

Enhancing the quality of life & respecting the individual.

It’s About Respect...

Assisted Living

• Weekly housekeeping • Emergency response system available • One & two bedroom apartments with full kitchens • Three meals/day provided • Planned activity programs and bus outings • Building amenities include beauty shop, fitness room, library, great room, outdoor patio, community & private dining rooms

Also available:

Enhanced Assisted Living for those with memory loss • Studio apartment in secured environment • Three meals/day, weekly housekeeping and laundry • Separate dining room, lounge & enclosed outdoor patio area • Specially trained staff that recognize the individual needs of those with memory loss • Higher staff to tenant ratio

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We strive to create an environment that enhances the quality of life and maintains the respect that our residents have earned and so genuinely deserve.

Sun Room • Dining Room • Garages • Laundry • Hair Salon Chapel • Den • More! One Price Includes Everything Accommodations

- Three nutritious, home-cooked meals - Medication management - Coordinating community medical services - Registered nurse services - 24 hour emergency call system - Door alarms - Housekeeping services - Personal laundry and linen - Water, sewer and garbage

- All utilities including cable (phone optional) - Resident activity program - Assistance with activities of daily living - Coordination of transportation - Private, full bathroom - Generous closet space - Individually controlled heat

1214 Getty yS Street tree tr eett So ee Sout South uth ut h • Sa S Sauk auk uk k Centre, Ce MN

320-351-4333

Email: gettystreet@mainstreetcom.com

ADULT FOSTER CARE

CAMPHILL VILLAGE

500 ACRE FARM ON THE SAUK RIVER - FAMILY STYLE LIVING FOR ADULTS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

FAMILY STYLE LIVING

RECREATION

CAMPHILL PHILOSOPHY

• Live in one of seven homes with staff and other developmentally disabled adults

• Special Olympics • Folk Dancing

• All people have a spiritual aspect that needs to be nurtured

• Form friendships within the 50-member community

• Field Trips • Plays

• Everyone contributes to the community through meaningful work

• Participate in household activities

SKILL BUILDING • On-site work areas include bakery, weavery, farm, garden, wood shop and food processing • Learn domestic skills • Attend creative workshops in art, printmaking and music

Located in Todd County between Long Prairie and Sauk Centre For more information: 320-732-6365 or cvmn@rea-alp.com www.camphillvillage-minnesota.org

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The Therapeutic & Deep Muscle24Massage Years Healing Touch Experience!

Marilyn Yeschick

*Gift Certificates available

Massage Therapist

By Appointment Only ~ Call today!

1062 Main Street South

Sauk Centre, MN 56378

It starts with a doctor you can trust. Experience a warm unique environment with the finest services Preventative eye exams Diagnosis & treatment of eye diseases and removal of foreign body

(Located at Hair Stylists on Main)

320-352-5441

Over 500 designer frames & sunglasses! Frame & Lens Packages starting at $79!

www.eyesonmainmn.com 324 Main St S Downtown Sauk Centre

320-352-5201 320-352 • Business Directory • Events Calendar • Hot Deals Visit Our Website

www.saukcentrechamber.com

320 352 2020 888 520 2040 the Sauk Centre Clinic Leave with formally answers, notEyequestions.

Four Uniquely Decorated Rooms 2 Blocks from the Wobegon Trail A Victorian bed & breakfast

Call us today! 320-491-1072

www.TheEnchantedInnMN.com

Giving Our Veterans a Place to Call Home.

Eagle’s Healing Nest Promises Made...Promises Kept

310 Highway 71 N Unit 881 • Sauk Centre, MN 56378 • 320-351-6201 mbutler@eagleshealingnest.com • www.eagleshealingnest.com

605 Main Street South Sauk Centre

Organic Teas & Herbs • Essential Oils & Perfumes Bath & Body Products • Jewelry • Clothing Local Art, Antiques & Handcrafted Items

Most Unique Shop in Town! 320-828-2774

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Community of Faith COMPASS BIBLE CHURCH 320 South Main Street #103 EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE GOOD SAMARITAN Spirit of the Heartland Total Ministry Church 529 South Main • 352-6882 FAITH BAPTIST CHURCH 124 4th Street North Rev. Ron Hemsworth, Sr. Pastor Bob O’Brien, Asst. Pastor www.faithbc.org FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH 304 Elm Street South • 352-3623 Rev. Rebecca Thomas Rev. Dave Solberg www.flcsauk.com

FIRST UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Fifth and Oak • 352-2030 Rev. Tim Sutton firstucc@mainstreetcom.com HARVEST COMMUNITY CHURCH 620 5th Street South • 351-4089 www.harvestcomchurch.org IGLESIA TIERRA PROMETIDA (Church of the Promised Land) 618 South 2nd Street KINGDOM HALL Jehovah’s Witness Temporarily at Sauk Centre City Hall After June 15, new location at 850 Lake Ridge Drive OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS CATHOLIC CHURCH Ash and Seventh Street • 352-3502 Father James Statz

RIVER OF LIFE CHURCH ASSEMBLIES OF GOD 705 12th Street South • 352-2315 Pastor Kyle Peterson www.riveroflifesc.com ST. PAUL’S CATHOLIC CHURCH 304 Sinclair Lewis Ave. • 352-2196 Father Greg Paffel stpaulsaukcentre.weconnect.com UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 504 Elm Street South • 352-2827 Marianne Ozanne, Pastor ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCMS) 316 Maple Street • 352-5240 Rev. Marty Porter

Our area church communities invite you to join them in worship. Complete information on service times can be found at www.saukherald.com.

Honoring Our Military Rich in Military Tradition MN National Guard Armory Since being built in the 1920s, the Sauk Centre Armory has been home to Minnesota National Guard Unit Company C. First Battalion, 194th Armor. This unit has always had a strong representation in the military even nationally, and has been deployed in World War II, Korea and Iraq, along with numerous state rescue situations. 320-352-2156 Family Readiness Group Provides information and referrals to available resources for military families, in addition to providing families with a connection through which they can build relationships with other military families. American Legion Post 67 Committed to mentoring youth and sponsorship of wholesome programs in our community, advocating patriotism and honor, promoting strong national security, and continued devotion to our fellow service members and veterans. Sauk Centre VFW Post 2853 – Currently sharing headquarters with the American Legion Post 67, the VFW works to improve the lives of veterans and their families and is also involved in flag distribution, memorial services, medication for the elderly, fishing and boating outings for seniors and a host of other activities.

Salute a Veteran - Freedom is Not Free! Page 32 • 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide

Eagle’s Healing Nest Staff pride themselves in healing the invisible wounds of war. By embracing veterans, service members and their families, they can help them reintegrate back into the civilian world and their families. If you wish to speak to a staff member, call (320) 351-6200 or email at info@eagleshealingnest.com. M.O.M. (Moms of Military) Provides support for moms with children in the military and for active duty service personnel. Supports patriotism and sends care packages to the troops. Let us know about your soldier! Call Jess Hanson at 320-352-6464. Yellow Ribbon Community – Sauk Centre has been designated a Yellow Ribbon Community, which strives to unite all areas within the community to create a
comprehensive network that connects and coordinates agencies, organizations,
resources and employers for the purpose of proactively supporting Service members and military families.


Hand-painted portraits make the perfect gift for all occasions - birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, graduation.... Specializing in portraits, landscapes and animals

Diane Schmiesing Original Art “Trish” 320-260-0013 or 320-352-6970

www.dianeschmiesing.com email dschmiesing@live.com

¾ Miles West of Downtown Stoplights on Sinclair Lewis Ave. in Sauk Centre, MN • 320-351-2227

Tanning & Hair Salon

Also Custom Framing, Personalized Laser Engraving, Lazyones Clothing, Art, Jewelry, and Much More!

320-352-5563 e-mail gash27@clearwire.net • Bibles • Statues • Rosaries • Fonts • Medals • Plaques • Prayer Cards • Books, etc.

Also...Lots of Catholic Items and Books

HIDDEN TREASURE C H RI S T I A N B O O K S & G I F T S

328 Main St. S., Sauk Centre • 352-6162 • Hours: Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat 9-3:30

Unique Styles to Make You the

Hair Salon For the Entire Family ritenowtanningandhairsalon

SPECIAL GIFTS FOR ALL OCCASIONS!

Weddings • Baptisms • Memorials First Communions • Confirmations Father’s & Mother’s Day and other occasions

Plus We Also Carry: • Bird Houses • Pet Crafts • Horse Supplies • Milk House Supplies • Animal Health Products

Check us out on Facebook!

327 MAIN ST. S. SAUK CENTRE, MN 56378

Many Gifts and Books for

Your Farmer Friendly Convenience Store

Animal Feed & Supplies for: • Cow • Horses • Goats • Birds • Dogs • Cats • Chickens • Pigs • Sheep • Game Birds • Elk • Deer • House Pets

HEARTLAND GALLERY

Centre of Attention

N e w S p ra y Ta n B o o th

• Cl C Clothes o he ot es • P Purses • Wallets • Je Jewe Jewelry welr we llrr • Scarves

3 Ways W ys Wa to Tan

Lay • Stand • Spray

331 S. Main St. • Sauk Centre • 320-351-RITE (7483)

Ask about Screen Printing and Custom Apparel

320-352-4077

Clothing Sizes XS-3X

*Bulk Candy *Fashion *Soaps & Lotions *Art & Decor

*Homemade Fudge *Gifs Handmade by Minnesotans *Unique One-of-a-Kind Products *Award Winning Crafters Located Across from the Sinclair Lewis Park in the Historic Old Mill Building

320 Main St. S., Sauk Centre • 320.351.9399

www.centreofattentionmn.com

2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 33


Unexpected pregnancy? Not sure what to do next?

We can help!

~ Live Theatre & Plays ~ ~ Concerts & Music ~ ~ Youth Programming ~ ~ Art in the Park ~ and so much more!

www.optionsforwomen.us FREE confidential pregnancy tests, caring, non-judgemental help and referrals. Mon. - Fri. 1-5 p.m.

320.351.4025 FREE Ultrasounds

320-762-8300 • alexandriaareaarts.org • info@alexandriaareaarts.org

1225 Timberlane Drive, Suite 5 • Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Join us at the Historical Society Museum • Free museum • Changing exhibits • Members have free access to all files • Open Monday, Wednesday & Friday 12-4 pm • Located on the lower floor of the library

Punkins & Monkeys Preschool 3, 4 & 5 year old classes Students of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin are welcome. We are non-profit, non-discriminatory & non-denominational LOCATED IN HOLY FAMILY SCHOOL • SAUK CENTRE

430 Main Street South Sauk Centre • 320-351-8777

For more information call 320-200-8627 www.punkinsandmonkeys.com www.facebook.com/punkinsandmonkeys

335 Main Street • Sauk Centre • 320-351-4669

Corner Shop The

Your Favorite Things for Less.

Nearly New Name Brand Clothing Plus Decor, Jewelry, Purses, and More We

specialize in the brand-names you

LOVE

Open Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-5 pm

All priced at a fraction of retail!

351-2sew (2739) 1613 Sinclair Lewis Ave Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Fabric & More!

Hours: Tues.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m • Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

•Notions •Fleece •Quilting Fabric •Yarn & Knitting Supplies •Kid’s Crafts

Floral Shop, Home Décor, Purses, Jewelry, Scarves, Candles & Much More

316 Main Street Sauk Centre, MN

320-352-3872 800-245-5228

Email orders to centrefloral@ho tmail.com

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• Snacks • Jewelry • Balloons • Party Supplies • Seasonal Merchandise

Hours: Monday-Saturday 8 am - 5 pm

IIt’s t’’ A

DOLLAR

320-352-5900

408 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Next to the Thread Shed, Across from Jitters

Please Come Visit!

Econo

6 Screens

MAIN STREET THEATRE SAUK CENTRE, MN

For Schedules of Movies and Showtimes Call 320-352-3596 or check our Website at

www.mainstreettheatremn.com

Like-Nu Gun & Pawn Guns • Jewelry • Coins • Electronics

Wash

Washers & Dryers Capable of Washing All Your Bigger Loads! Big enough for your king size comforters, rugs, sleeping bags, etc.

Main Street next to Studio 71 in Sauk Centre Across from Jennie-O in Melrose

“CASH IN A FLASH”

Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 315 Pine Street • Sauk Centre, MN

Cody Nelson (320) 351-PAWN (7296)

www.LikeNuPawn.com

It’s Time to Make a Splash in Sauk Centre! Splash Pad Coming Soon!

EXPERIENCE THE FUN!

THE ADVENTURE BEGINS HERE

Across from the Sinclair Lewis Campground.

SNOWMOBILES • PERSONAL WATERCRAFT • ATV’s • SIDE BY SIDES

®,TM and the BRP logo are trademarks of Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. or its affiliates. Always ride responsibly and safely. Follow all product instructional and safety materials. Observe all applicable laws and regulations. For your safety, always wear appropriate protective gear and clothing. Please remember that riding and alcohol/drugs don’t mix.

For further information or to make a donation, please call Nicki at 320-352-2203 ext. 5

www.centre-sports.com 43164 CO RD 112 • NORTH HWY 71 • SAUK CENTRE, MN 56378

877-246-7898 www.skidoooutlet.com 320-351-7669 2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 35


LADIES NIGHT OUT

ROARING April 24, 2014 Sauk Centre Civic Arena a

4:00 - 9:00 p.m.

COME JOIN THE FUN! The Theme for 2014 is “The Roaring 20s”

attend the event every spring and every year 10 lucky women receive Every April for the past 15 valuable prizes. Everyone over the years, the Sauk Centre Herald has age of 18 who registers is eligible organized Ladies Night Out. Each year carries a new theme, to be picked for the grand prize. and exhibitors play the part as they Exhibitors also offer a variety of pitch their products and services to free products and prizes. What would a ladies’ event be all the lovely ladies who attend the without food or drink? Each year event. local restaurants add flavor to Traditionally, more than 1,500

Food, fun, music, exhibitors, entertainment, prizes and much more!

the event by offering tasty treats treats. Entertainment is provided by Dancin’ Off Broadway and Just For Kix dancers. There is something for everyone at Ladies Night Out. Mark it on your calendar and make sure you don’t miss out on one of Sauk Centre’s premiere events!

Thank you to our sponsors for making this event possible!

Herald Sauk Centre

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2 Great Places to Play!

Sauk Centre

GOLF

The Lynx offers generously sized fairways, greens and an enjoyable experience for all golfers! For details, visit our website,

Call 320-352-0242

Text Us to Schedule Your Tee Time 320-200-GOLF (4653) Or Email us at LynxReservations@gmail.com

email lynxnational@yahoo.com

or stop by the clubhouse in person!

40204 Primrose Lane • Sauk Centre, MN www.lynxnationalgolf.com Tom Lehman Signature Course Golf Digest

Best Place to Play List

Located 3 Miles N on Hwy. 71 • 10548 Andrews Dr. Sauk Centre, MN 56378

320-351-4653 www.greystonegc.net Memberships Available

Come join Us for Golf, Food, Drinks & Fun!

Home Town Solutions Your Verizon Wireless Dealer

967 South Main St. Sauk Centre 320.352.5600

GreyStone Ammenities:

• Premier Course Conditions • Open to the Public • Mens, Ladies & Senior Leagues • Restaurant that overlooks Sauk Lake • Great Place for Outdoor Weddings

888.99.ARVIG | arvig.com Internet

Television

Phone

Security

Computer Repair

2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 37


Sauk Centre Healthcare Sauk Centre Ambulance Service Emergency...............................................................911 Non-Emergency............................................. 352-2201 Hospital CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre................... 352-2221 Nursing Home CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre Care Center.................................................... 352-2224 Clinics CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre................... 352-6591 Abel Chiropractic............................................ 352-1201 Advanced Chiropractic Clinic......................... 352-5227 Sauk Centre Chiropractic............................... 352-6889 Main Street Chiropractic................................. 352-2082 Winters Family Chiropractic.....................320-491-2064 Dentists Dr. Jim Williams.............................................. 352-2171 Dr. Gary Hinnenkamp..................................... 352-2822 Dr. Jim Wachlarowicz..................................... 352-6669 Dr. Jason Bjerketvedt..................................... 352-4141 Dr. Dennis Carreras.................................320-257-3380 Orthodontist Dr. Rebecca Hanson............................1-800-653-4455 Optometrists Dr. Brett A. Freese.......................................... 352-3026 Dr. Lawrence I. Hittle...................................... 352-0146 Dr. S. M. Larson............................................. 352-2774 Dr. Jon Larson................................................ 352-2774 Assisted Living/Home Care Getty Street.................................................... 351-4333 Camphill Village.............................................. 732-6365 Riverview Manor............................................. 352-2311 CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre Lakeshore Estates ......................................... 352-2221 Fairway Pines................................................. 351-4900 Alternative Senior Care.................................. 352-3350 Pharmacies Coborn’s......................................................... 352-5280 Walmart.......................................................... 352-7943

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CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre is a 25-bed critical access hospital with an attached clinic, 60-bed skilled nursing home and a 30-unit independent living senior housing apartment building. The campus offers a full range of health care services with the latest medical technology available. CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre is one of the largest employers in the city, currently with over 260 employees including five doctors and three physician assistants. Many physician specialists visit CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre on a scheduled basis to provide outreach services. This convenient access allows our patients to receive the highquality specialty care they need, while staying close to home. Specialists include: • Asthma & Allergy • Audiology • Cardiology • Ear, Nose & Throat • Gastroenterology

• Neurology • Oncology • OB/GYN • Orthopedics • Podiatry

• Psychology • Sleep Study • Surgery • Urology

The medical staff at CentraCare Health–Sauk Centre is made up of: • Joel Dunn, MD • Jodi Merrill, PA-C • Benedict Haeg, MD • James Sayovitz, MD • Jane Jenc, PA-C • Mari Thomas, MD • Troy McCarthy, PA-C • Ulrika Wigert, MD In addition to our hospital, clinic and nursing home, we are fortunate In addition ouranhospital, andspecialists nursing home, we very to to have array ofclinic medical and serare very fortunate to have an array of medical specialists and vices available in the community, from dental, chiropractic and services available in the community, optometry to assisted living and homefrom care. dental, chiropractic and optometry to assisted living and home care.


Your local health care resource Sauk Centre Clinic 320-352-6591 Clinic hours: Mon. - Thurs. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Fri. 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m. to noon Joel Dunn, MD

Benedict Haeg, MD

Sauk Centre Hospital 320-352-2221

James Sayovitz, MD

Mari Thomas, MD

Offers 24 hours a day, emergency care, obstetrics, surgery, imaging and rehabilitation. Attached to the hospital is the nursing home. Independent living apartments are located on the campus. Home Care & Hospice services are available.

Visiting Specialists make regular visits to Sauk Centre to complement the care provided by our family medicine providers.

Ulrika Wigert, MD

Jane Jenc, PA-C

Jodi Merrill, PA-C

Troy McCarthy, PA-C

• Asthma & Allergy • Audiology • Cardiology • Diabetes • Gastroenterology • ENT • Medical Oncology • Neurology • Obstetrics & Gynecology • Ophthalmology • Orthopedics

• Podiatry • Pulmonology • Surgery • Urology • Surgery • Urology

425 Elm Street North, Sauk Centre centracare.com

2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 39


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Sauk Centre VFW Post 2853 and Ladies Auxiliary VFW raises money locally including:

Lic. #1780

Tours: Mon.-Sat. 10am-4pm

Gift Shop Now Available at a Local Liquor Store

CLUB • POST 67

and Legion Ladies Auxiliary

Sponsoring:

• National Home • Rehabilitation Service • Youth Activities • Cancer Research

Est. 2011 Osakis, MN

LEGION

• Girls & Boys State • School Crossing • Poppy Sales for Veterans • Yellow Ribbon Support the Troops

Membership Contact: Rudy Beilke 320.352.2847 Scott Pequin 320.291.6968

The Legion can cater and host weddings, anniversaries or any party!

Contact Jim Winters

320.352.9931 or 320.260.5285

Jan Watson’s

OFF BROADWAY ANTIQUES

7 Quality Dealers Tuesday thru Saturday 10am-5pm 521 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN

300 East Pike Street • 320-859-2256 Osakis, MN • www.pantherdistillery.com

320-351-7700

Distillery Hours: Mon.-Fri. 10am-4pm Sat. Noon-4pm

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SIGN Design Sauk Centre, MN (320) 352-6577

We can do Fish House Signs and Lettering for your Snowmobiles!

Full-Color Graphics Signage!

WE DESIGN AND DO SIGNS OF ALL KINDS!

Located in the Sauk Centre Herald Office 522 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Call 320-352-6577 Ask for Joyce

Now Available

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Call Today! We Design And Do Signs Of All Kinds!

Located in the Sauk Centre Herald Office 522 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Call 320-352-6577 Ask for Joyce or Logan!

Professional Results BOAT LETTERING • ALL YOUR FARM SIGN NEEDS SNOWMOBILE LETTERING & DESIGNS AND MUCH MORE!


WELCOME TO SAUK CENTRE

Cliff Borgerding 320-293-9364 cliff@lwtrails.com

Smiles are contagious. Let’s spread‘em.

www.lakewobegontrail.com

Sauk Centre Family Dental

320-352-4141

Dr. Jason Bjerketvedt

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334 Main St. South • Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukcentrefamilydental.com

877-KID-TUTH or 320-257-3380 dentistryforchildrenmn.com SARTELL • MONTICELLO • PRINCETON • SAUK CENTRE

Local financial solutions.

{Now that’s grounds for discussion.}

We invite you to stop by and enjoy a cup of coffee, plus a conversation about how we can make a difference with your personal or business finances.

1181 Main Street South, Sauk Centre 888.330.8482 | myCMCU.org | facebook.com/myCMCU

Federally Insured by NCUA

2014 Sauk Centre Visitors Guide • Page 41


ABORTION ALTERNATIVE

Pregnancy Resources Options for Women (320) 351-4025 1225 Timberlane Drive, Suite 5 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

APARTMENTS

ASSISTED LIVING

Exhaust

Arrowsmith Apartments (320) 493-6343 412 10th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Alternative Senior Care (320) 352-3350 - 866-352-3350 AlternativeSeniorCare.net Cindy Karasch Sauk Centre, MN 56378

F&W Exhaust (320) 352-3791 1163 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.fandwexhaust.com

ACCOUNTANT

Centre Crossing Townhomes & Centre Village (320) 632-5918 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.centralminnrentals.com

Daniel B. Borgmann, LTD (320) 352-5231 850 South Main Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Centre Square Apartments (320) 250-7877 1102 Fairlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378

AGRICULTURAL

Chateau East Apartments (320) 260-9201 602 Eastview Drive D&H Field Services Specializing in Liquid Manure Handling Sauk Centre, MN 56378 (320) 352-6746 Sinclair East Apartments Sauk Centre, MN 56378 (320) 304-2126 dhfieldservices.com 405 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Dairyland Supply, Inc. (320) 352-3987 40563 State Hwy. 28 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.dairylandsupply.com Benusa Appliance Sales & Service Midwest Machinery (320) 351-5000 (888)-320-2936 711 Beltline Road (320) 352-6511 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 1140 Centre St. www.BenusaAppliances.com Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.midwestmachineryco.com

APPLIANCES

Modern Farm Equipment, Inc. (320) 352-6543 40486 408th Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Sauk Centre Country Store (320) 351-2227 3/4 mi. west of downtown stoplights on Sinclair Lewis Ave.

ANTIQUES Off Broadway Antiques (320) 351-7700 521 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Fairway Pines (320) 351-4900 606 Main Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.fairwaypinesassistedliving.com Getty Street (320) 351-4333 1214 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

ATTORNEYS Thomas J. Mayer, Attorney (320) 352-6503 421 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

AUCTIONEERS Frank Roering Auctioneer (320) 290-8490 40534 447th Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.henslinauction.com

AUTOMOTIVE

ARTS/THEATRE

Body

Alexandria Area Arts (320) 762-8300 618 Broadway Alexandria, MN 56308 www.alexandriaareaarts.org

Flowers Collision & Repair Center (320) 352-2237 412 US Hwy. 71 North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Diane Schmiesing Original Artwork (320) 352-6970 (320) 260-0013 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.dianeschmiesing.com Main Street Theatre (320) 352-3596 (listings) 319 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Midwest Paint & Body (320) 352-2595 Complete Collision Framework/Glass 735 12th Street South, Suite 3 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Engines Mitch’s Dyno Tuning (320) 352-3791 1163 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.mitchsdynotuning.com

Parts Auto Value Parts Store (320) 352-2251 435 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 NAPA Auto Parts 735 12th St, Suite 4 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 (320) 352-3978 Alexandria (320) 763-5138 Osakis (320) 859-3572 Melrose (320) 256-7441

Repair Classic Auto Service (320) 352-5650 313 Pine Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Countryside Services Bob Ritter (320) 352-5143 45926 430th St Sauk Centre, MN 56378 F&W Exhaust (320) 352-3791 1163 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.fandwexhaust.com Friedrichs Tire & Oil (320) 352-3612 200 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Kavy’s Garage (320) 352-6992 133 Hwy. 71 North Sauk Centre, MN 56378 You Stall We Haul No Job Too Big or Small

711 Beltline Road Sauk Centre 320.351.5000

4 Convenient Locations

Come see why Benusa does it better!

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Mon. 8 am - 8 pm Tues. – Fri. 8 am - 5 pm Sat. 9 am - 2 pm St. Cloud 2525 Co. Rd. 74 Paynesville 707 Highway 55 East Bemidji 750 Paul Bunyan Drive NW www.BenusaAppliances.com Toll free 800-275-2314


Melrose Main Street Repair (320) 256-3623 213 East Main Street Melrose, MN 56352

Sales & Repair Dan Welle (320) 352-5255 1505 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.danwelle.com John Wiese Ford (320) 352-6561 888-868-6561 203 10th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.johnwieseford.com

Towing Centre Towing (320) 352-1500 24 Hour Service Jump Start/Unlock Wheel Lift F&W Exhaust (320) 352-3791 1163 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.fandwexhaust.com

BAIT

CAMPGROUNDS/ RESORTS Holiday Resort Information (320) 859-4360 Reservations 800-635-2306 13377 Falcon Drive Osakis, MN 56360 www.lakeosakisresorts.com

Bayer Interior Woods (877) 751-9663 760 Beltline Road Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.bayerinteriorwoods.com

Saukinac Campground (320) 352-0037 21914 Bay Loop Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Call for Directions

Main Street Chiropractic Dr. Robert McDonald (320) 352-2082 1008 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Sinclair Lewis Campgrounds (320) 352-2203 (320) 333-9546 on Sauk Lake Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Sauk Centre Chiropractic Dr. John Welle 519 South Main Street (320) 352-6889 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

CARPET & RUG CLEANING & RESTORATION

BEAUTY/TANNING

CERAMIC TILE

Jessica’s Shear Paradise (320) 352-3686 307 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Ceramic Tile Specialty (320) 352-6190 507 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Steiner Lumber Company (320) 352-2255 520 12th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

CHIROPRACTIC Abel Chiropractic Associates Scott and Sarah Abel (320) 352-1201 710 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Fletcher’s Bait Shop (320) 352-2155 1515 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

BUILDING SUPPLIES

CONSTRUCTION

Midway Beach Resort (800) 367-2547 1821 Lake Street East Osakis, MN 56360 www.midwaybeach.com

Austin’s Cleaning Service & Carpet Cleaning (320) 351-6489 (320) 266-0818 410 1st Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Rite Now Tanning & Hair Salon (320) 351-RITE (7483) 331 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Sauk Centre Convention and Visitor’s Bureau (320) 352-5201 PO Box 222 1220 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 sccvb@mainstreetcom.com

CHAMBER/CVB Sauk Centre Area Chamber (320) 352-5201 PO Box 222, 1220 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukcentrechamber.com

Winters Family Chiropractic Dr. Mark J. Winters, DC (320) 202-0284 In the Oak Street Mall Sauk Centre, MN 56378

COMMUNICATIONS ARVIG 888.99.ARVIG arvig.com

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Kostreba Contracting (320) 352-3045 1200 Sinclair Lewis Ave. Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Mid Minnesota Excavating (877) 315-8967 (320) 987-3573 PO Box 213 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 SK Construction Sean Kelly (320) 351-SKCO (7526) (320) 491-6205 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

DENTISTRY Dentistry For Children 877-KID-TUTH (320) 257-3380 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 dentistryforchildrenmn.com

CONCRETE

Sauk Centre Family Dental (320) 352-4141 334 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Worms Lumber & Ready Mix (320) 837-5288 (320) 256-4638 New Munich, MN 56356 (320) 352-2841 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 (320) 732-6452 Long Prairie, MN 56347 www.wormsreadymix.com

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Home Town Solutions Verizon Wireless Dealer (320) 352-5600 967 South Main Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378

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DINING

Marlene’s Tutti Fruitti Kitchen/Bakery (329) 352-2059 38914 Cty. Rd 186 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Coffee Shops Jitters Java Cafe (320) 352-1390 403 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.jittersjavacafe.com

Padua Pub (320) 352-2683 33945 County Road 18 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Main Street Coffee Company (320) 351-8000 604 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Palmer House (320) 351-9100 500 Sinclair Lewis Ave Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Fast Food

Sauk Centre American Legion Post 67 (320) 352-9931 128 Main Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

McDonald’s Restaurant (320) 352-5651 1210 Timberlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Restaurants Bear Trap Bar & Grill Barry Walker (320) 351-3505 43356 County Road 112 (N. 71) Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Classic Co. Dinner Theater (320) 346-2323 120 Central Avenue North Brooten, MN 56316 Classictheater@live.com Diamond Point (320) 352-2321 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.diamondpointmn.com ElmerZ Bar, Dining, Meeting Room, Event Centre (320) 352-4243 1225 Timberlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378 elmerz@elmerz.biz Four Seas Chinese Restaurant (320) 351-8888 Next to Walmart Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Jimmy’s Pizza (320) 351-7992 321 Main Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Saukinac Bar & Grill (320) 352-0037 21914 Bay Loop Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Call for Directions Trucker’s Inn Restaurant (320) 352-3429 I-94 & Hwy. 71 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

EDUCATION Punkins & Monkeys 320-200-8627 3, 4 & 5 year old classes www.punkinsandmonkeys.com Sauk Centre Public School ISD 743 (320) 352-2258 903 State Road Sauk Centre, MN 56378

ELECTRICIANS Centre Electric (320) 352-0160 43543 County Road 17 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Engle Electric (320) 352-3045 (320) 333-0558 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

GAS/FUEL

Essler Electric, LLC (320) 351-VOLT (8658) 531 Oak Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Gas Mart of Sauk Centre (32) 352-6808 321 Main Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

FINANCIAL Central Minnesota Credit Union (320) 351-2274 888-330-8482 1181 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 First State Bank (320) 352-5771 423 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Minnesota National Bank (320) 352-5211 235 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Mortgages Mortgages On Main (320) 352-3999 512 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

FLORAL/RETAIL Centre Floral (320) 352-3872 316 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.centrefloral.com

Holiday Super Stop (32) 352-6655 I-94 & Hwy 71 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Truckers Inn Truck Stop (320) 352-5241 I-94 & Highway 71 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

GOLF GreyStone Golf Club (320) 351-4653 10548 Andrews Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Lynx National Golf Course (320) 352-0242 40204 Primrose Lane (just south of Sauk Centre) Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.lynxnationalgolf.com

GOVERNMENT Sauk Centre City (320) 352-2203 320 Oak Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

FRESH PRODUCE Tutti Fruitti Market Farm (320) 352-2059 38914 County Road 186 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.tuttifruittimarketfarm.com

GARBAGE & RUBBISH COLLECTION

Sauk Centre Opportunities Kevin Uphoff (320) 429-0661 PO Box 306 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

GROCERIES Coborn’s (320) 352-5990 214 12th Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Bueckers City Sanitation Service & Demolition 877-352-2876 39864 South Highway 71 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.bueckerscitysanitation.com

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HEATING, PLUMBING & AC Central Heating & Air Conditioning Service, Inc. (320) 351-4100 1180 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Hoffman Plumbing (320) 352-3451 12186 County 100 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 I-94 Classics (320) 256-3623 (320) 248-1163 329 East County Road 173 Melrose, MN 56352 Kampsen Heating and A/C (320) 351-HEAT (4328) 320-248-6655 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Trisko Heating & Plumbing (320) 352-2168 320 Pine Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Uphus Plumbing (320) 352-5749 cell (320) 267-6396 39108 County Road 186 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

HOMECARE Alternative Senior Care (320) 352-3350 (866) 352-3350 AlternativeSeniorCare.net Cindy Karasch Sauk Centre, MN 56378

American Family Insurance Bruce Rindahl 320-352-2549 1822 4th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Hamilton’s Old Time Laundry (320) 351-4515 322 12th Street South Ste. 2 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Billmark’s Insurance Services, LLC (320) 352-2436 512 Main Street South, Suite 2 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.billmarks.com

LAWNCARE/ SNOW REMOVAL

Blue Cross Blue Shield Bruce Rindahl (320) 352-2549 1822 4th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Farmers Insurance (320) 352-5267 1062 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 (320) 697-5595 103 State Street Elrosa, MN 56325 First State Agency (320) 352-7200 (800) 894-8670 423 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 MN National Agency (320) 352-5211 235 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 State Farm Chris Johnson, Agent (320) 352-6523 309 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 chris.johnson.tx34@statefarm.com

JEWELRY

Camphill Village (320) 732-6365 15136 Celtic Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Martin’s Jewelry Box (320) 352-5284 213 Main Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378

INSURANCE

LAUNDRY

Advantage 1 Insurance (320) 352-6200 334 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

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Tim Kampsen Agency, Inc. 501 Main St S Sauk Centre, MN 56378-0043 (320) 352-6115 tkampsen@amfam.com

Hoffman Tree Service & Snow Removal John Hoffman (320) 351-9018 (320) 260-9377 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

LIQUOR Distillery Panther Distillery (320) 859-2256 300 East Pike Street Osakis, MN 56360 www.pantherdistillery.com

On/Off Sale Mustang Bar (320) 351-5469 515 Sinclair Lewis Ave Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Next Door Bar & Lounge (320) 351-9951 517 Sinclair Lewis Ave Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Palace Bar & Grill (320) 352-2641 520 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Red Carpet Bar & Grill (320) 352-5397 510 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

MASSAGE THERAPISTS The Healing Touch Marilyn Yeschick (320) 352-5441 Located at Hair Stylists on Main Sauk Centre, MN 56378

MEDICAL CentraCare Health-Sauk Centre Clinic (320) 352-6591 433 North Elm Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Hospital (320) 352-2221 425 Elm Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378

MOTELS/HOTELS America’s Best Value Inn Gopher Prairie (320) 352-2275 888-315-2378 1222 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 AmericInn Lodge & Suites (320) 352-2800 877-352-1199 1230 Timberlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Enchanted Inn Victorian Bed & Breakfast (320) 491-1072 605 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.theenchantedinnmn.com

Off Sale

Guesthouse International 877-351-7256 322 12th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 guesthouseintl.com/hotels/ saukcentre

The Moonshine Shoppe (320) 352-3028 1161 South Main Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Palmer House (320) 351-9100 500 Sinclair Lewis Ave Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Westside Liquor (320) 352-5920 1227 Timberlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378

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Toll Free 1-800-224-6671 Sauk Centre 864 Main Street (320) 352-6200

St. Cloud 3801 N 3rd St, Ste 100 (320) 252-6650

Long Prairie 9 Central Avenue (320) 732-6611

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MOVING - U HAUL F&W Exhaust (320) 352-3791 1163 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.fandwexhaust.com

OPTOMETRIST Eyes On Main Dress Eyewear Contacts-Glasses-Sunwear (320) 352-3026 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

ORGANIZATIONS Eagle’s Healing Nest Mom’s On a Mission (320) 351-6201 310 Hwy. 71 North, Unit 881 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 mbutler@eagleshealingnest.com www.eagleshealingnest.com Lake Wobegon Trail (320) 293-9364 www.lakewobegontrail.com Sauk Centre American Legion Post 67 (320) 352-9931 128 Main Street North Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Sauk Centre Area Historical Society (320) 351-8777 M - F Noon to 4 pm Lower Level of Bryant Library Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Sauk Centre Lions (320) 351-2053 Meets 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 6:30 pm Summer Location: Fairy Lake Park Sauk Centre Rotary Sarah Trisko (320) 290-4359 Meets Weekly on Tuesday’s Noon in CMCU www.saukcentrerotary.wordpress.com Check us out on facebook

Sauk Centre VFW Post 2853 (320) 352-3744 (320) 352-2847 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

PHARMACY Coborn’s Pharmacy (320) 352-5280 214 12th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

PHOTOGRAPHY Meyer’s Photography Studio (320) 352-6101 610 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.meyersphotographystudio.com

PUBLICATIONS Sauk Centre Herald (320) 352-6577 522 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukherald.com

REAL ESTATE Aspire Realty, LLC (320) 815-4500 (320) 351-4950 Neal Leagjeld Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.aspirerealtylf.com Benchmark Real Estate Services (320) 351-8001 1225 Timberlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Charlie Walker Real Estate (320) 352-6392 (888) 352-6392 507 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukcentrerealestate.net Coldwell Banker Crown Realtors frank@mainstreetcom.com (320) 352-6429 (320) 266-3051 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukcentrerealestate.net

Home & Auto Insurance Specialists Call us for a quote today! Insurance Is Our Business

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Haider Realty (320) 256-7420 (320) 250-5286 202 East Kraft Drive Melrose, MN 56352 www.saukcentrerealestate.net Hughes Real Estate Dale Zaczkowski (320) 352-2555 (320) 248-2146 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Main Street Real Estate (320) 352-6736 (800) 820-6736 508 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukcentrerealestate.net McDonald Realty, Inc. (320) 352-1836 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 (320) 256-6200 Melrose, MN 56352 www.saukcentrerealestate.net Neighborhood Realty (320) 260-1159 38954 County Road 29 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.saukcentrerealestate.net

Centre of Attention (320) 351-9399 320 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.centreofattentionmn.com Dairyland Supply, Inc. (320) 352-3987 40563 State Hwy. 28 Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.dairylandsupply.com Family Fabric Shop (320) 351-2SEW (2739) 1613 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Heartland Gallery (320) 352-5563 327 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 Heaven & Earth Essentials (320) 828-2774 605 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.heavenandearthessentials.com Hidden Treasure (320) 352-6162 328 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Title Company

It’s a Dollar (320) 352-5900 408 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Main Street Title & Closings, LLC (320) 351-6100 1062 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 mstitle@arvig.net

Like-Nu Gun & Pawn (320) 351-PAWN (7296) 315 Pine Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.LikeNuPawn.com

RECREATION

Sauk Centre Fleet Supply (320) 352-5261 1050 Centre Street Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Sauk Centre Real Estate www.saukcentrerealestate.net

Batter Up! (Located by Walmart) Sauk Centre, MN 56378 City of Sauk Centre Splash Pad (320) 352-2203 ext. 5 Sauk Centre, MN 56378

RETAIL STORES Ace Hardware (320) 352-0309 226 12th Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Taste of Heaven (320) 352-4077 432 1st Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 The Corner Shop (320) 351-4669 335 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Thomas J. Mayer Attorney at Law

Estate Planning Business Law, Family Law, Real Estate Probate and Trusts

320-352-6503

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SALVAGE & RECYCLING

STORAGE E-Z Mini Storage (320) 352-3791 1163 Getty Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Ken’s Iron Salvage and Recycling, Inc. (320) 352-6878 11194 225th Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

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TAX SERVICES

SEAL COATING

H & R Block (320) 352-3591 308 First Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.hrblock.com

Black Angus Seal Coating (320) 351-4584 1314 Timberlane Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.blackangussealcoating.com

TRAILERS

SIGNS

Felling Trailers (320) 352-5239 1525 Main Street South Sauk Centre, MN 56378 www.felling.com

Gillies Sign & Graphics (320) 352-5734 1033 Tower View Drive Sauk Centre, MN 56378

“Outstanding Service” www.billmarks.com w 320.351.2436

WINERY

Sign Design (320) 352-6577 522 Sinclair Lewis Avenue Sauk Centre, MN 56378

Whispering Oaks Winery Black Oak Vineyard (320) 256-7118 33578 Country Road 30 Melrose, MN 56352 www.whisperingoakswinerymn.com

SPORTING GOODS

Hours: Monday-Friday 8 am-4:30 pm Appointments available anytime

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