East Bethel Chamber Legislative Breakfast 8/12
A Message From Our President
The East Bethel Chamber Board and member committees have been hard at work getting business back to normal.
Yesterday we had a successful East Bethel Legislative Breakfast at Minnesota Fresh Farms. We heard from area legislators on issues effecting the East Bethel businesses and area.
Our 8th Annual Chamber Golf Outing is coming up on Friday, September 10th at Hidden Have Golf Course. There’s still
room to play and there is still hole sponsorship available as well. If you’re a chamber member and would like to provide “goody’s” for the golf bags, please drop them off at the East
Bethel City Hall during business hours. More information available on our website. Golf Event. If there is anything the chamber can do to help your business, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We look forward to networking more throughout the remainder of 2021!
Brad Slawson Jr
A Prime Example of Community Business
Chris and Heidi Amiot are a true case of “it’s all about the community”. After their home was damaged by storms, Chris and Heidi decided that they didn’t want their community members to experience the hardships they had. No more
fighting with insurance companies or struggling to get quotes from local construction businesses while living with a storm damaged home or business.
Invisible Wounds Project is committed to raising awareness and providing services to Minnesota’s military, first
responders, front-line medical staff, corrections, dispatch, and their families, relating to mental health, PTSD and suicide issues.We provide resources and treatment without judgement, off the record, and free of charge.
Arko Companies has partnered with Route 65 Pub & Grub and local nonprofit Invisible Wounds Project to put on a great weekend of fundraising with the United We Stand Music Festival and more great events the last weekend of September. The Invisible Wounds Project will be raising funds for their cause to support veterans, first responders and their families dealing with mental health, PTSD and suicide issues.
Friday, September 24th, national country stars Frankie Ballard and A Thousand Horses will be playing an outdoor concert. Best known for his platinum certified singles “Sunshine & Whiskey”, “Helluva Life” and “Young & Crazy” Frankie Ballard is set to headline this awesome night of music! A Thousand Horses who is best known for their hit singles “Smoke” and “(This Ain’t No) Drunk Dial” will kick the concert off at 8pm. Tickets are $60 in advance or $70 at the gate. Limited VIP is also available. Tickets available online at route65pubngrub.com
Saturday, September 25th, the 12th Annual Cruise For Troops car, truck and bike cruise is coming to Emagine Theaters in East Bethel. 500+ classic cars, muscle cars, trucks and motorcycles will gather to cruise for the Invisible Wounds Project cause. The fun filled family friendly event has vendors, food and is a spectacle of all things red, white and blue.
After the Cruise, there’s another concert at Route 65 Pub & Grub. Voice Runner-up and local country favorite Chris Kroeze kicks off the music at 3pm, followed by the Queen tribute The Crown Jewels at 5pm. At 7pm One – The Only Metallica tribute will get things rocking and heated up for headliner Hairball! Tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door. Limited VIP available as well. Visit IWProject.org to buy tickets or make a donation to this organization.
Last, but not least, the Crazy John Bike Show takes place Sunday, September 26th at Route 65 Pub & Grub! Thousands of motorcycles will come out for the biggest bike show around from 11am to 3pm.
Don’t miss out on all the fun the last weekend of September at Route 65 Pub & Grub!