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Nisswa Chamber names 2022 board of directors

Christy Ramler is board chair.

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The Nisswa Chamber of Commerce announces its 2022 board of directors and executive committee. They include:

Chair Christy Ramler of XT Creative, Vice Chair Mike Owen of American National Bank, Treasurer Stacy Weldon of Cuyuna Regional Medical Center and Secretary Lisa Barnett of GrowthZone.

Additional board members include: Mike Foy (Main Street Ale House, Nisswa), Tina Herron (Copper Creek Landscaping, Nisswa), Tom Kavanaugh (Kavanaugh’s Sylvan Lake Resort, East Gull Lake), Mark Lelwica (Roundhouse Brewery, Nisswa), Colton Maher (Woods to Water Real Estate, Nisswa), Stacey Waidelich (RW Jewelers, Nisswa), Jason Cave (People’s Security Company, Brainerd) and Benji Thoennes (Grand View Lodge, Nisswa).

The Nisswa Chamber thanks outgoing board members Justin Isaacson (Eagle’s Nest Resort, Nisswa) and Mark Loschko (Rafferty’s Pizza, Nisswa, Crosslake and Crosby) for their longtime leadership, dedication and commitment to the chamber.

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