LAKE CHAPTER MEMBERS who bowled and those who came to cheer them on are pictured: Mitch, Dawn, Kimmer, Mike, Sherry, Nick, Ben, Rozie, Bobby, Arran, Janelle, Brian, Bruce, Judy, Marianne, Todd, Jim, Aaron, Keith, Sheila and Tucker.

Money raised for Big Brothers/Big Sisters

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Lake Chapter of A.B.A.T.E. of Minnesota (American Bikers for Awareness, Training & Education) participated in the annual “Bowling for Kids Sake.” The event was held at McPete’s in Big Lake Oct. 13, 2013. 
The 18 members who participated raised $2,208 for the Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Central Minnesota.
  A.B.A.T.E. of MN is a non-profit organization that promotes the positive actions of motorcyclists and keeps up to date on legislative issues affecting motorcycling. Lake Chapter activities are generally held just west and north of the Twin Cities. We are very proud of our members and encourage others to help out when they can. 
 Anyone interested in more information on A.B.A.T.E. of Minnesota can contact the current Lake chapter president, Todd Riba 952-239-2929.

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James Patrick Agosto

HABITAT FOR HUMANITY WALL RAISING CEREMONY  in Big Lake for the Jeremy Iaquinto-Trisha Egan family. Jeremy and Dontay are in the doorway, Grandma is next, then daughters Erin, Arianna and Hailey, with mom Trisha looking on behind them. Pastor Terry Gryzbowski is in the pink shirt, next to them. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

FUDGIN’ DELICIOUS ICE CREAM has delicious treats for everyone as well as an amazing line of home decor products. Last week the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new business. Pictured from the left are Deb Steiskal from Congresswoman Michele Bachmann’s office, Donna Clarksean from KleinBank, owner Anne McKeehan, Melanie Yarke, Sherburne County Economic Development Specialist Dan Weber, John Howard from Coborn’s, Big Lake Chamber of Commerce President Tricia Skodje, City of Big Lake Economic Development’s Heidi Steinmetz, local author Lauri Robinson, Susan Nagorski from the West Sherburne Tribune, Big Lake Chief of Police Joel Scharf and Mayor Raeanne Danielowski. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).