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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MISCHIEF MANAGED is the name of Leah Corder’s family counseling business now open in Big Lake above the Fudgin’ Delicious Ice Cream Shop. Wednesday the Big Lake Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting at her office. Pictured above from left to right are Mayor Raeanne Danielowski, City Clerk Gina Wolbeck, State Rep. Nick Zerwas, Economic Development Specialist Heidi Steinmetz, Leah Corder and Darla, the Great Dane, Accountant Michelle Backlund, Ken Geroux of Ken Geroux Construction and Chamber President Tricia Skodje.

SWIMMING CHAMPION Madison Starr enjoys having lunch with Darlene Lanz, who grew up in Big Lake.

GRAND KNIGHT Dennis Nagorski donated blood at the American Red Cross blood drive Monday. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Interim City Admin-istrator and Finance Director Jessica Green has accepted another job with Northland Securities as the V.P. of Public Finance and her last day with the City of Big Lake is Dec. 12.