Welcome from the Longville Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce!
The Longville Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce is an organization of businesses and citizens who believe it is to their benefit to join together. The Chamber came into existence because the business people understood that they could work together to attract new customers and improve the quality of the community as a whole. The Chamber Board believes that all businesses will benefit when they come together as a united group.
The members of this Chamber come not only from the City of Longville but from nearly every neighboring township and community.
The Mission of the Longville Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce:
- To improve the business climate in the Longville Lakes Area.
- To increase the customer base of its members.
- To improve the infrastructure of the Longville Lakes Area.
- To attract sports persons, visitors, and vacationers from throughout the nation to the Longville Lakes Area.
- To provide recreational activities for guests who visit the Longville Lakes Area and residents.
- To provide services to the members
On an annual basis, The Longville Chamber of Commerce contributes thousands of dollars back into the community through donations from charitable gambling. The Longville Chamber is proud to announce that for the calendar year of 2015, it donated monies totaling $48,905.92 to the following organizations/causes:
– Young-At-Heart Seniors (YAH) Club
– Northland School District (ISD #118 Various Activities and Organizations)
– Camp Olson YMCA
– Immanuel Lutheran Church
– Longville Lakes Arts Alliance
– Longville Ice Skating Committee
– National Child Safety Council
– Longville Area Women of Today
– Wabedo-Little Boy-Rice-Cooper Lakes Association
– Leech Lake Area Watershed Foundation
– Longville Area Community Choir
– Northern Youth Council
– Northland Scholarship Fund
– Longville Snowmobile Club
– Sherman A. Yochum VFW Post #772 & Auxiliary
– Luther Dell Bible Camp
– St. Edwards Catholic Church
– Women Anglers of Minnesota
NOTE: This list is for calendar year 2015. The organizations donated to may include, but are not limited to, those on the above list for any given year