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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
Due to the recent influenza outbreak, WRHS & Western Horizons Care Center is DISCOURAGING ALL VISITORS!
If you must enter the building, please stop at the nurse's station prior to entering a patient's room

Thurs. March 5
Adams County Commissioners meet at 9am at the Commissioner's Room at the Adams County Courthouse
Thurs. March 5
Haynes City Meeting - 7:30pm at City Building
Thurs. March 9
Joint Meeting of Hettinger City Council & Adams County Commissioners - 5:30pm at Hettinger Armory 1205 4th Ave South
Mon. March 9
Hettinger Area Chamber of Commerce monthly board meeting - 7am at C & N Cafe
Mon. March 9
Living with Diabetes "Counting Carbs" presented by Linda Nudell from 2 to 4 pm at WRHS Classroom 1 - registration is required by calling 567-6203
Tues. March 10
Adams County Food Pantry meeting at 6:30pm ad NRCS Office regarding Back Pack project - everyone is welcome
Tues. March 10
Prairie Enrichment Center Monthly Meeting - 6:30pm at Reeder Community Center
Wed. March 11
Hettinger City Council meets at 7am at the Armory Conference Room
Wed. March 11
'Hettinger Park Board meets at 5:05pm at the 3rd Floor Conference Room at the Adams County Courthouse

This page last updated: March 5, 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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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

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.  

Hot reads for frosty nights
The staff at the Adams County Library is inviting all high school students and adults who love to read to join them for the "Hot Reads for Frosty Nights" promotion.
Starting Feb.1, readers are asked to sign up and keep track of the books they read until May 1.  If at least eight books have been read during that time frame, a prize will be the reward.
Audio books & e-books also count. New books and audios are received at the library on a regular basis.
For more information call 567-2741 between the hours of 3:30 and 7:00 Monday through Wednesday, 2:00 and 5:30 Thursday and 3:30 and 5:30 on Fridays. Also check out the website at www.adamscountylibrary.org and click on Hot Reads.

On-Line Child Care Survey is being conducted in Adams County through February 15th
For several years’ parents, employers, and child care providers have discussed the fact that there is a shortage of child care slots in our community, however more data is needed to get a better picture as to the specifics of the need and the feasibility of exploring additional child care options.   

Parents of children under the age of 13, as well as grandparents or family members having custody or guardianship of children this age as well as foster parents of children are asked to please take the time to complete the survey which will only take a few minutes of your time.  Please take the survey even if your children are not currently in child care, if you are expecting your first child or if you are considering becoming a parent in the near future.   

The survey link is https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Hettinger The individual survey’s will remain confidential, but results will be compiled by an outside source and made available to the community in early March via the Adams County Record, KNDC and on www,hettingernd.com

If you do not have access to the internet, hard copies of the survey will be available at the Community Promotions Office at 120 South Main Hettinger.  You can also call 701-567-3102 and request that a copy be mailed to you.  Employers will also be contacted and asked to encourage their employees to take the survey.

Deadline for taking the survey on-line or returning a hard copy is Sunday February 15th.

If you have questions please call Earleen Friez, local survey coordinator, at 701-567-3102 or email earleenfriez@ndsupernet.com

The survey is part of a grant to the Rural Economic Area Partnership Investment Fund, a nonprofit organization, working towards making a difference through innovative community solutions. 
Local representative to the Rural Economic Area Partnership is Melana Howe and the county representative to the Southwest REAP is Jerel Seamands.

The grant is provided by the North Dakota USDA Rural Development Business & Cooperative Program.  Should the survey confirm the need for more child care in the area, additional training education and supports for community innovation will be provided under this grant. 
Child care is a regulated industry.  Providers don’t have the option of adding more children without possibly having to add staff to maintain child to adult ratio or create additional space.  Expanding the square footage or purchasing a larger facility is costly.  Employees, if needed are hard to find and retain and paying competitive wages and providing benefits often is cost prohibitive. 

Persons interested in the child care profession should visit Child Care Aware at www.ndchildcare.org or ND Child Care Professionals at www.childcarend.com
or contact the local child care licensor at 701-567-2967 in the Adams County Social Services office. 

Medical Benefit for Kevin Dangerud
Donations can be dropped off at Gate City Bank 111 Main St S or at West Plains Inc.

Kevin is now in rehab in Bismarck