The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Membership Team recognized four new Chamber members on Wednesday, June 5th, 2019.

Blue Sky Imaging is located in Alexandria MN. It is a licensed and insured aerial photo and video service that uses drones to capture images from above. Services include interior photos, aerial photos, aerial video, residential and farm packages, organization and commercial packages and events and wedding packages. Learn more at www.bluesky-imaging.com.

Pictured:  Owner, Apryl Fischer and owner/FAA certified drone pilot, Jake Fischer

Runestone Off-Road ATV Riders (ROAR) is located in Alexandria MN. Its mission is to provide recreational opportunities for all off-road highway vehicle enthusiasts. It provides educational training, safety training and certification opportunities for youth. It also helps maintain and build skills with training courses and public trails in cooperation with the Minnesota department of Natural Resources. Learn more at www.roaratv.com.

Pictured:  Club president, Bill Thoennes

Lakes Country Service Cooperative is located at 1001 E Mount Faith, Fergus Falls, MN. It is a public, non-profit membership based organization dedicated to providing services that help make its members successful. A few examples of this include health and safety programs, insurance plans, technology integration/services, early child hood screening, wellness professional development and more. Learn more at www.lcsc.org

Pictured:  Member services, Holly Witt

Johnny Thill - COUNTRY Financial Agency is located at 507 N Nokomis St., Ste. D, Alexandria, MN. It helps prepare people for things that can make a big difference in life as well as protect what is important today.  Services include auto and recreational insurance, life insurance, health insurance, farm, ranch and crop insurance, business insurance and much more. Learn more at www.countryfinancial.com/john.thill  

Pictured:  Insurance and Financial Services Agent, John Thill and office assistant, Ellen Jorissen

The Membership Team serves as a resource to new members by providing support through conversations and introductions that will cultivate and promote positive ongoing relationships between Chamber members. For more information on the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, call 320-763-3161 or visit www.alexandriamn.org.

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