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Welcome to Hettinger
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
hurs. April 23
WRHS Auxilliary Meeting at noon in the medical center's classroom
Mon. April 27
Living with Diabetes "All About Diabetes" presented by Barb West from 2 to 4 pm at WRHS Classroom 1 - registration is required by calling 567-6203
Wedn. April 29
Statewide TEST Tornado Warning Drill for all ND at 10:15MDT - you are encouraged to use this drill to review your plans in the event of an actual tornado - local contact is 567-4598 or adams-em@nd.gov
Thurs. April 30
Free Severe Weather Seminar - 7pm at Hettinger Research Center -  no need to register, just show and bring a friend
Thurs. May 7
Adams County Commission meets at 8am in the Commissioner Room at the Adams County Courthouse
This page last updated: April 17, 2015
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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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The Office is open from 10am to 4pm weekdays

Medical Benefit for Bridget  Conner
Donations can be dropped off at 111 Main St S or mailed to Gate City Bank PO Box 1205 Hettinger 58639
make checks payable to: Bridget Conner Medical Benefit
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Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting and Awards Ceremony was held on January 28th
A good crowd attended this evening event at Suzie's Woodfire.

During the business portion of the event Ryan Jacobson and Aaron Koenig were reelected  to the Board and John Rickertsen was also elected.  Terms for these positions are for 3 years.  The 2015 Chamber Budget was approved. 

The Board recommended bylaw revisions and additions were also approved.  The time frame for the annual partnership meeting will be changed from "in January" to "in the 1st quarter".  The position of Past President on the Board was eliminated.  A new position of Student Member was added to the Board.  This is a one year term which will begin following the annual partnership meeting and will last through the succeeding year's annual partnership meeting.  The school will present 3 names who are members of the Junior Class to the Board and the Board will select one person to serve in this position.  The Student Member will have full voting rights. 

2014 Annual Chamber Awards were presented to: Ethan Andress Business - Person of the Year, Loren Luckow - Volunteer of the Year, Sandy Muth - Medical Services Provider of the Year, Gwynne Smith - Educator of the Year, McKenna Poss - Youth Employee of the Year, Dan Christman Farms - Ag-Producer of the Year.  Unfortunately no nominations were received this year for Partner in Community Pride or for Pioneer Business.  Congratulation to the winners as well as all the nominees.  Thanks to those who took the time to submit nominations.  You are encouraged to be thinking of whom you might consider nominating next fall for the 2015 Chamber Awards. 

Outgoing Board members Kyle Kennedy, Rochelle Shirek and Liz Hallen were recognized with a plaque and thanked for their years of service on the Board.  

Medical Benefit for Kevin Dangerud
Donations can be dropped off at Gate City Bank 111 Main St S or at West Plains Inc.
St. Alexius Rehab Unit
Kevin Dangerud Room 4319
900 E Broadway
Bismarck ND 58501

It is official!  KAT PERKINS will be the headliner for Hettinger's 4th of July Concert
Order your Kat Perkins Tickets now
Opening and closing act is Redline featuring Nathan Stang
Tickets can be purchased by going to www.eventjoy.com
Tickets are $35 each - free admission for children age 6 and under
  (If you have already purchased a ticket for a child age 6 or under you will be reimbursed as
follows:  At the concert tickets will be turned in at the admission gates and if ticket is for a
6 year or younger child who is physically beside you at the time, you will receive refund
instantly.) 
 
7pm-1am with a break for Jaycee Fireworks
Concert held on South Main Street with concessions and
   beer garden on site
www.facebook.com/Hettinger4thofjuly

Cooperative Child Care Concept Informational Meetings scheduled in Hettinger March 23rd & 24th

As a follow up to the Child Care needs survey, Kim Coontz who is an expert in Cooperative Child Care Facilities  from California will be in Hettinger March 23rd and 24th.

Anyone interested in hearing her informational presentation as well as additional survey results, is encouraged to attend one of the 2 sessions open to the public on Monday the 23d which are scheduled for 4pm and 6:30pm at the WRHS Board Room – please use the former clinic entrance.  Sessions will be about 45 minutes in length.  Attendance is encouraged even is you only have a slight interest in this concept.  

Attendees at the Monday sessions and anyone else who would like more information about a cooperative child care concept is also invited to attend a breakfast meeting at 7am on the 24th at the Hettinger Research Center. 

For additional information contact Earleen Friez at 567-3102.