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North Dakota

Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce
Adams County Development Corp.
701-567-2531
701-567-2690 (fax)
hettingerchamber@ndsupernet.com
adamscdc@ndsupernet.com

Bowman    Dickinson    Lemmon SD     Mott    Beach     Marmarth     New England     Medora     Killdeer     Regent     Reeder     Hettinger School
West River Medical Center - named by National Rural Health Association in 2011 as one of the top 100 critical access hospitals in the country
Adams County Fair             Hettinger Country Club
Fri. Aug. 27
Jeans for Charity with proceeds going to Mother's Cupboard - pay $1 to wear jeans to work to Lori Privratsky at Dakota Western Bank, Krista Faller at Dacotah Bank, Carla Resner at Hettinger School or Mary LeFebre at WRHS
Sun. Sept 6
"Free Country Churches Bus Tour" leaves at 1:30pm - concludes with a Hymn sing and refreshments at Richland Lutheran Church - call 567-2771 now to reserve a seat on the bus

This page last updated: August 27, 2015
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Dakota Buttes Museum

Last Great Buffalo Hunt Historic Site
12 miles E on HWY 12

Golf, Hunting, Fishing
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The HETTINGER AREA
  and 60 miles from Montana in the heart of ag and ranch country
If you are looking for a great community to raise your kids or are ready to retire, you can't find a better place to live!

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West River Health Services Website         Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce 2014 Membership Brochure
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Hettinger Theater
7:30pm  F-M
Sun. Matinee 2:00pm

Aug. 28th to Aug 31st
"The Man from U.N.C.L.E"








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Looking for a Special Gift?  Hettinger Chamber Gift Certificates can be purchased at the Community Promotions Office at 120 South Main Street & can be used at participating Chamber Business Members
The Office is open from 10am to 4pm weekdays

Local Hunting Info

Medical Fund for
Luke Kilzer - 4 yr old son of Patrick & Marla Kilzer
Donations can be dropped off at Dakota Western Bank or mailed to DWB PO Box 909 Hettinger

Benefit Fund for the
Jeff Burns Family
who lost their Camper/Home in a fire at the Hettinger RV Park has been set up at
Gate City Bank Hettinger
They work for Wanzek's on the Wind Farm Construction Project
Donations can be dropped off at 111 Main St S or mailied to Gate City PO Box 1205 Hettinger ND 58639

New SHSND traveling exhibit
"Prairie Churches" runs Aug 12 - Sept 15 at Dakota Buttes Museum - Free bus tour Sept. 6
    It's there in building two for all to see . . . the new traveling exhibit from the State Historical Society of North Dakota (SHSND), Prairie Churches, now on display through September 15 at the Dakota Buttes Museum in southeast Hettinger.
   The Prairie Churches exhibit is sponsored by Preservation North Dakota, the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the State Historical Society of North Dakota. It is free and open to the public.     
   Consisting of 26 large panels presenting a selection of images and information about geographic areas, architectural styles, cultural and religious diversity, and preservation efforts within North Dakota, the new exhibit is sure to bring back memories of the hard work and dedication of early pioneers who carved out a place to live as well as a place to worship.
    North Dakota has a rich legacy of ethnically and architecturally diverse historic churches. In addition to their importance as places of worship, these churches are beloved community landmarks, significant symbols of cultural heritage in North Dakota, repositories of artifacts, and important architectural or artistic monuments. All are represented in this 2015 season special exhibit.
    The exhibit may be viewed during regular summer hours of the museum (Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1:00 - 4:00 pm MDT), as well as by appointment. Church groups and other groups interested in setting up a special time to view the exhibit, are invited to call 701-567-2771. Leave a message and museum personnel will return your call.
   As part of the special exhibit, the Dakota Buttes Historical Society/Museum is sponsoring a free bus tour of selected churches in Adams County on Sunday afternoon, September 6. Call ahead (701-567-2771) to reserve a space on the bus; then be at the museum before 1:30 pm that day. The tour will end at the last remaining active country church in Adams County, Richland Lutheran Church, where tour members will participate in a hymn sing followed by complimentary food and shared fellowship. 
    Set in northeast Adams County, the original Richland Lutheran Church was built west of the present day structure on Cemetery Road. After a lightning fire destroyed this building in 1933, it was rebuilt in 1941 in its present location. It remains the last active country church in Adams County. On September 6 at the end of the Prairie Churches bus tour, the present-day congregation will host a hymn sing, food and fellowship gathering at the church. All events are free and open to the public.