Our mission for more than 30 years is to promote the improvement of living, recreational, environmental and ecological conditions on lakes and waterways served by the association.
Volunteer Community Choir with 60+ singers from the area. Annual Christmas concert is performed in early December. The choir also sings at various Longville events. Our goal is to enrich the lives of our members and the community through the performance of choral music.
The Women of Today is an exceptional service organization for women age 18 and older who wish to make new friends, learn and establish leadership skills, and voluntarily contribute to their community, state, and nation. Local projects include the Turtle Town Art Fair, Photos with Santa and Santa’s Elves, Toys for Kids, and the annual holiday Cookie Walk. The group also contributes to local Chamber events, the food shelf, the ice skating rink, NorthlandFamily Center, Little Sand Group Home, and local scholarships.
Women of Today believe strongly in service to others. Activities are conducted to educate the chapter members along with the members of the community in a variety of ways. We volunteer hours to local organizations as well as coordinate events to raise money for charitable causes.
Visit one of their meetings: the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at St. Edward’s Catholic Church in Longville.
Consider joining this active and involved business organization. The Mission of the Chamber is to improve the business climate in the Longville Lakes Area; increase the customer base of its members; improve the local infrastructure; attract visitors and residents; provide recreational activities for visitors and residents and provide services to its members.
Levels of membership — Executive or Associate, Nonprofit, Business Directory and Individual.
We empower volunteers to serve our community ad meet humanitarian needs. We raise funds with great food sales during Longville community events (Memorial Day, 4th of July, Summerfest, Corn Feed, Labor Day, Art Crawl, Oktoberfest, etc.). We also recycle aluminum cans at the recycle station behind the library and sell Lions’ mints at businesses in town. We collect eyeglasses at the First National Bank in town, Tossed and Found and Common Grounds that are redistributed to those in need. All proceeds are donated to local charities as well as Lions’ sponsored humanitarian programs.
Provides education, research, entertainment and economic development to North Central Minnesota. The Council was formed in September 1993 by 7 people interested in bringing theatre, art and educational opportunities to Hackensack and the surrounding area.
Longville’s ATV/OHM Club, participating in club rides, trail projects, safety training and more!