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Chamber recognizes Elks with the Pride in Wadena Award

The award recognizes those businesses who invest in the community.

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The Elks Lodge was visited by the Wadena Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee in October who presented them with the Pride in Wadena Award. Pictured are Kent Schmidt, Linda Youngbauer, Dan Sartell, and Glenn Whiteford.
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WADENA — The Wadena Elks Lodge was visited by the Wadena Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee and presented them with a Pride in Wadena Award on October 31. The Elks Lodge is located at 210 S. Jefferson Street.

The Lodge is open at 3 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday.

Related Topics: WADENA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
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