Toolin' Tour Motorcycle Ride for Habitat for Humanity Classic Cars & Trucks Welcome Sunday, May 19, 2019 11:30 am Leave Butler Building in Aitkin at 11:30 am. Ride includes Pine Inn, Glen; Mark's Bar, McGregor; countrydisde to Jacobson; Rustic Palisade; food and prizes at Aitkin Legion. Pre-register by calling 218.927.5656 More information at www.habitatforhumanityaitkincounty.org FUNDS
TASTY TIDBITS FROM AITKIN! And, I do mean "tasty". I had breakfast at the Birchwood Cafe this morning and had sausage and biscuits. IT WAS BEYOND DESCRIPTION ... I wallowed in it. These 5" biscuits are feather light and scrumptious. The chef makes them every Thursday, Friday and Saturday and you can even buy one
Are you or a loved one a huge fan of the Great Judy Garland? You can now OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY at the building that she made her theatrical DEBUT in... The Opera House in the Butler Building. Help Restore... The Butler Building and bring the Opera House back to life
Aitkin Habitat for Humanity will host its first annual “Toolin’ Tour,” a six-hour motorcycle ride through Aitkin County this May, it has been announced today. The inaugural motorcycle tour is a fundraiser for the Aitkin Chapter of Habitat for Humanity, with proceeds going to help in constructing a new home in Aitkin. Since 1976, the
Our first tasting of the new year is just around the corner on Thursday January 19, 2017 6:30pm at the Beanery Cafe in downtown Aitkin, MN. Please join us for the Wines of the Hedges Family Estate as we sample wines from this small family owed winery in the Red Mountain AVA of Washington State's Columbia
The Riverwood Holes Fore Hospice Golf Tournament needs YOU!!! Sunday, July 13th Join us for a day of FUN on the Cuyuna Rolling Hills Golf Course. $125.00 per person Includes lunch, 18 holes of golf with a cart, dinner, & MANY PRIZES! Sign up as an individual, find a friend, or put together a team.
At this time of year, our thoughts often turn to enjoying the fruits of a bountiful harvest in our gardens, orchards or fields. Like a good harvest, good health requires many, many hours of care and nurturing too. That’s why “Together we will harvest healthy communities” is an apt theme for this year’s ninth annual
Some conditions as well as some lifestyle factors can put individuals at a higher risk for developing heart disease. You can take steps to lower your risk of heart disease and heart attack by addressing these risk factors. To learn more, attend a seminar called “The Road Map to Heart Health” on Thurs., Sept. 19,