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Perham Area Chamber Ambassadors make their rounds

The Perham Area Chamber Ambassadors recently visited Schoeneberger Funeral Home in their new facility and new location at 100 Jake Street in Perham. They assist families in creating a personalized service, allowing family and friends to come toge...

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From Left: Sandy Palubicki (Perham Chamber), Rendi Meyer (Level 111), Steve Sheets & Hans Larson (Funeral Directors), Evie Fowler (Medical Accessories), Angie Wurgler (Knuttila Financial), Lisa Glynn (United Community Bank). (submitted photo).

The Perham Area Chamber Ambassadors recently visited Schoeneberger Funeral Home in their new facility and new location at 100 Jake Street in Perham. They assist families in creating a personalized service, allowing family and friends to come together to remember, to honor, to support each other and to celebrate a life that has lived.

Perham Area Chamber Ambassadors also visited the Heart of the Lakes Elementary School for a tour of the newly completed facility. Heart of the Lakes Elementary is a PreK - 4th grade school with approximately 600 students. They are committed to small class sizes and teachers developing strong relationship with their students and families. The school has been recognized the past two years as a Celebration Eligible School by the Minnesota Department of Education.

From Left to Right: Sandy Palubicki (Perham Chamber), Rendi Meyer (Level 111), Jessie Werner (HOTL School), Evie Fowler (Medical Accessories), Lisa Glynn (United Community Bank). (submitted photo)
From Left to Right: Sandy Palubicki (Perham Chamber), Rendi Meyer (Level 111), Jessie Werner (HOTL School), Evie Fowler (Medical Accessories), Lisa Glynn (United Community Bank). (submitted photo)

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