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Business notes - Nov. 24

Foundation to host Lunchtime on Location event

LITTLE FALLS—The Initiative Foundation will host the The Little Falls Area Chamber of Commerce's Lunchtime on Location.

The event is open to chamber members, employees and guests.

Lunchtime on Location is noon-1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 28, at the Initiative Foundation, 405 First St. SE, Little Falls.

Participants will learn more about the event sponsor and partake in a light lunch and business networking. Cost is $5 per person. To make a reservation, contact the chamber at 320-632-5155 or email ginav30

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Cuyuna Lakes Chamber sponsors Soup Walk

Twenty-two Cuyuna Lakes businesses will be serving samples of homemade soups from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 8.

The public is invited to participate in the free event, try the various blends and medleys and vote for their favorite.

Participating businesses and their soups include: Ace Hardware/Timber Building Supply, Asian chicken noodle; Barstock Liquors, brats & beer cheddar chowder; Coach's, chicken dumpling; Cornerstone Cuyuna Regional Medical Center, stuffed pepper; Croft Pub & Grub, Hungarian mushroom; Cuyuna Brewing Company, ham and potato; Cuyuna Lakes Parts City, chicken dumpling; Cuyuna Lanes, wild rice soup; Cycle Path & Paddle, vegetarian chili; Dairy Queen, jalapeno cheeseburger; Deerwood Technologies, beef bone blockchain vegetable; Deerwood True Value, hamburger soup; and Gifts Galore, hearty Italian, GuidePoint Pharmacy/Cranberries on Main, curried pumpkin soup; Heartwood Senior Living Community, crab coconut Thai soup; Iron Range Eatery, creamy garlic bisque; Mixed Company - A Kava House, Guinness beef stew; North Country Café, clam chowder; Restoration Books & Gifts, sausage and potato soup with kale; Spalding House, Reuben soup; The Deerstand, chicken noodle; and Woodtick Inn, Alaskan amber beer cheese soup.

Commemorative soup cookbooks will be sold for $5 at the Cuyuna Range Youth Center and Deerwood Technologies. For more information or to request a map, call 218-546-8131 or visit www.cuyunalakes.com.