Something from Mary!- July 2020

After numerous requests for a “Take Home” Hutchinson Keepsake, the Hutchinson Chamber Foundation is excited to offer this opportunity! In order for this sponsor based book to be published, we need your help. We are asking businesses to Sponsor Goodnight Hutchinson, in return you will receive copies of the book, listed and have images in the book!
Please reach out today with any questions or to complete your sponsorship!

Click here to watch a short video about Goodnight Hutchinson

Sponsorship Form

Hutchinson Leadership Institute 2020-2021

Are you ready for a new professional or personal challenge?
Is it time to reinvest in yourself?
Are you hoping to be more involved in the community?
Would you like to learn more about our great community of Hutchinson?

If you have answered “Yes” to any of these questions this program may be perfect for you!

 

Click here to learn more about Hutchinson Leadership Institute.

 

Wondering what’s Next? LEADERSHIP 2.0 Of course!
Click to to apply!

 

Click here to watch!

 

Please call (320-587-5252) the Hutchinson Chamber with any questions. 

 

Interview’s with Hutchinson Businesses during COVID-19

Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce is interviewing many Downtown Businesses during
COVID-19 & MainStreet 2020. Click the corresponding link below to learn how their Business has adapted.

Village Shop, Hager Jewelry & Hutch Cafe       
Carly’s Shoes, Main Street Sports Bar & Wendling Financial Insurance Services

       Zellas, Steve Kropp State Farm Agent & Kock’s Jewelry

 

What’s Happening June 2020

It’s Time to Recover and Get Back to Business

Click the titles below to learn more

MN RETAILERS ASSOCIATION- Curbside Best Practices AND FREE WEBINAR

Safety Best Practices to get back to work

McLeod County COVID-19 Website

Interviews with Hutchinson’s Businesses during COVID

Click here to watch!

Stay informed and look for information from reliable and trusted sources, including:

 

Dairy Day- Postponed until 2021

 

Hometown Golf Challenge

This event has been postponed to later summer due to COVID-19 restrictions. Keep an eye out for additional details

 

New & Renewing Members

We would like to welcome our new members the the Hutchinson Chamber of Commerce!

We also want to thank the following members for renewing their partnership with us!

  • 3M
  • Achieve TFC, LLC
  • AKI, Inc
  • American Legion Hutchinson Post 96
  • Arvig Media
  • B & B Sports & RV
  • Benny’s Meat Market
  • Bobbing Bobber Brewing Company
  • Bursch Travel Agency
  • Caspers Chiropractic Center
  • Common Cup Ministry
  • Crow River Floral & Gifts
  • Crow River Auto & Truck Repair
  • Custom Stay Residence & Suites 
  • Duane Jindra Crop Insurance Agency L.L.C.
  • Faith Lutheran Church
  • Five Star Financial Resources
  • Fun Sports of Hutchinson
  • Goebel Fixture Company
  • GSM Hutchinson
  • Hutchinson Financial
  • Hutchinson Huskies Baseball Association
  • Hutchinson Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • Impressions Inc.
  • Iron Jungle CrossFit
  • Keller Williams- The Broll Team
  • McLeod Alliance 
  • McLeod Emergency Food Shelf
  • MidCountry Bank
  • Midwest Visions
  • Novation Credit Union
  • Sheldon Nies
  • The Hair Lounge and Spa Services
  • The Paint Factory
  • Ohly Americas
  • Plumbing & Heating by Craig
  • Pride Solutions
  • Rainy Water Conditioning, Inc.
  • Relay for Life McLeod County
  • Re/Max Results
  • SouthPoint Financial Credit Union
  • State Farm Insurance – Mike McGraw
  • Stepping Stone Therapeutic Inc
  • The Lamb Shoppe & Wellness Center
  • United Community Action Partnership
  • Upper Midwest A-C Club
  • Vivid Image, Inc.
  • Walmart Supercenter
  • Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
  • Wendorff Insurance
  • West Central Sanitation
  • Woodstone Senior Living Community

 

 

Business of the Month

Skyview Dairy, Inc.

18506 Nickel Ave
Hutchinson, MN
Skyview Dairy’s Facebook Page320-587-3658

Click here to learn more about Skyview Dairy!

Click here to hear the KDUZ interview with Skyview Dairy

 

 

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June 2020- Business of the Month

Skyview Dairy, Inc.

18506 Nickel Ave
Hutchinson, MN
Skyview Dairy’s Facebook Page320-587-3658

Skyview Dairy is a family owned and operated dairy farm that has been in continuous operation since 1968.
Daryl Luthens started the business with seven cows, and today he and his four sons (Shane, Brandon, Justin & Garrett) manage a milking herd of 1200 cows! They employ a staff of 19 and make it their mission to give each cow their undivided attention as if she were the only cow.

Skyview Dairy is passionate about continuous improvement on being the best stewards of the community they operate in and deep passion about the health and success of the cows/calves in their care. Their responsibilities that come with being a dairy farmer that are higher then any rule/regulations to honor.

Most of the milk from Skyview is processed into cheddar cheese or is sent to the Twin Cities to be bottled for
fluid consumpition.

Did you know?

– Skyview also grows many crops? These would include barley, alfalfa, corn, corn silage & beans.
– Their cows produce around 80 pounds of Milk a DAY!
– Cow sleep as little as 1 hours a day
– A cow is two years old before she starts to produce milk
– It takes 10 pounds of milk to make 1 pound of cheese

 

Click here to hear the live radio interview with Skyview Dairy!

What’s Happening- May 2020

Something from Mary!

Hutchinson Residents are Needed More Than Ever to #thinkLOCAL
As we prepared for Main Street 2020 for two and a half years, we never imagined a virus could spread across the world, threatening lives and bank accounts, and sending some of us home from work for weeks at a time.

We planned for each business and building owner to have information at their fingertips, considered carefully how to spend precious dollars on marketing and billboards, and how to keep businesses open during construction season. How could anyone prepare for the extension of lost business before the equipment began to move?

But here we are. Equipment has been rolled into position, roads closed, and Main Street is closed to through traffic. And COVID-19 is still here. Businesses need YOU. More specifically…your friends, neighbors and family members need YOU… to spend your dollars LOCALLY.
Local businesses are owned and operated by people YOU know and care about.

I am asking you to:

  • Spend your dollars locally with businesses who have adjusted their hours, services, and routine to manage both virus and construction
  •  Shop online at LOCAL stores and shops
  •  Spend your dollars locally, instead of driving out of town
  •  Support the businesses that donate to your child’s activities and events
  • Attend sales and downtown events this summer when it is safe
  •  When using large online sites-choose their donation options; they’ll donate to a local non-profit of your choice

I’d like you to consider:

  • That cute store downtown has an owner trying to raise their family here.
  •  The restaurant staff donate time and food to other organizations.
  •  Businesses in our community pay a significant portion of the taxes in our city and county. Taxes pay for law enforcement, roads/streets, and many other amenities we take for granted every day.
  •  The service business owner brought their family back to Hutchinson to be part of a true community.
  •  The place just around the corner; the owner moved from another community because they felt welcome here.
  •  That place down the street is run by someone who is managing cancer, and now Covid, and road construction.
  •  The salon owner is not going to sit down for weeks once social distancing is lifted. Be kind when you cannot get in right away. Oh, and don’t get your own bangs.
  • ·Put your dollars where your heart is. Hutchinson is an incredible community, which I and my family have lived for almost 19 years. We came because of a job. We stayed because of the #HutchinsonHeart. You know…. the community that steps up when there is a cancer fundraiser for a family battling disease and bills, and answers the call when a neighbor needs help. The community that griefs together when a child has died, or when people go missing. The city that populates hearts on windows, sidewalks, driveways and signs when a virus threatens. The community that has made thousands of sewn fabric masks to give to those on the front lines, and hands out food, while it snows, to people who line up for blocks. The community that creates a parade to celebrate someone during 100 years young.

This is Hutchinson.

Next year the road will be complete, we’ll be able to shake hands and hug. Let’s each do our part to make sure everyone is there with us when we come back together.

Put your money where your heart is.
spendLOCAL              shopLOCAL                 thinkLOCAL               loveLOCAL

 

www.ExploreHutchinson.com

This is where you can find updated information on:

  • If you have information that should be on these pages, PLEASE let us know and we will get it updated. Please share these resources with staff and friends!

Contact the chamber at 320-587-5252 or e-mail office@explorehutchinson.com

 


Main Street 2020

You may have noticed the  hustle and bustle downtown over the last few weeks. The Main Street 2020  project is in full swing! This is a great opportunity to get out, walk, get some fresh air and enjoy watching the progress! Please remember to follow all detours and view from a safe distance.

                       Find more about the plan, detours, parking, and construction
updated every Friday here.

 

Dairy Day- CANCELED

For the health and well being of our community, Dairy Day has been postponed until June 4, 2021.
The Agri- Business Committee works diligently to support the Agriculture Community. Although Dairy Day will not take place this year, the committee is working on additional support for our producers.
We encourage everyone to thank a farmer, be safe for farmers and give them room on the roads as they travel from field to field planting next year’s food for our tables.

If you know a farmer struggling with the overwhelming work, COVID crisis and the strains of current Ag. issues, please provide them with the support number for free and confidential counseling.
Minnesota Farm & Rural Helpline is available 24/7
833-600-2670 FREE & CONFIDENTIAL

 


May Business of the Month

Oakdale Golf Club  is located southwest of Hutchinson on beautiful Lake Allie. Mike and Laura Knodel own the course and if there is one thing they would like you to know, it’s that everyone is welcome. This 18 hole course is open to the public and also features a driving range. Not a golfer? That’s okay. Enjoy a meal at Chip Shots Grill & Bar. Chip Shots Grill & Bar is open to the public.

55106 Co Rd 38, Buffalo Lake, MN 55314

320-587-0525

info@oakdalegolfclub.com

Take a drone tour of the course here

See the Chip Shots menu here

*Currently Chip Shots is doing take out on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5pm-7pm.

Learn more about Oakdale Golf Club and Chip Shots Grill & Bar here.


 

Upcoming Events:

 

Business Logo for the Chamber's Business Connection event
Canceled for May

 

Canceled for May

 

Events canceled for MayBusiness logo for PLUSE

 

 

Please check back for June’s 2020 Event updates. As we all know, the current situation is ever-changing. We will do our very best to communicate changes with you.

 


 

May 2020 – Business of the Month

Oakdale Golf Club

55106 Co Rd 38, Buffalo Lake, MN 55314
320-587-0525
info@oakdalegolfclub.com
Take a drone tour of the course here
Schedule a tee time here

Oakdale is located southwest of Hutchinson on picturesque Lake Allie. It has been in operation since 1965 and was a 9 hole golf course until its expansion in 1995. Mike and Laura Knodel purchased the course in 2011 and have enjoyed being owners. If there is one thing they would like you to know, it’s that everyone is welcome. The 18 hole course is open to the public and also features a driving range and full bar & grill. Not a golfer? That’s okay. Enjoy a meal at Chip Shots Grill & Bar. The restaurant is open to the public and features a full bar, appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, wraps and baskets. On Friday evenings from 5:00 – 8:30 pm they feature a  special  menu which includes steak, walleye, garlic shrimp and more! Oakdale and Chip Shots is known for their excellent customer service and fun, casual, & friendly atmosphere. 

Find the menu here

*Currently, due to COVID-19 restrictions, Chip Shots is doing take out on Friday and Saturday evenings from 5pm-7pm. Check the website for updates.

What’s Happening April 2020

Our newsletter looks different this month, as does the world we are living in.

You are likely reading this from home, or a quieter-than-usual office, and for those of us who are not used to working from home… this is hard.

For perspective, Anne Frank, famous for chronicling her family’s plight during WW2, stayed in a small room for 761 days;  with multiple people, little food, and horrendous living conditions. Toilet paper was the least of their concerns.

WE’VE GOT THIS!

We will NEVER again take for granted School Staff, Truck Drivers, Health Care Workers, Grocery Store Employees, or the HUNDREDS of others who keep this country going on a minute by minute basis.

For now, here’s what the Chamber is doing to continue helping our community:

www.ExploreHutchinson.com

This is where you can find updated information on:

  • Business Resources
  • Business Hours and Services that have been adjusted
  • Restaurant Carry Out, Curbside, and Delivery Options
  • If you have information that should be on these pages, PLEASE let us know and we will get it updated. Please share these resources with staff and friends.

Until the time comes that I can high-five you, shake your hand, or tackle you with a hug; I wish you nothing but good things, health and happiness among them.

Blessings and Gratitude,

Mary

#LookForTheGood
#BeKind
#LookForTheHelpers
#AllInThisTogether
#ChooseJoy
#HeartsAcrossAmerica
#MuchInHutch
#thinkLOCAL


Put Your Membership to Work:

What the Chamber has to Offer its Members:

Learn about these amenities included in your Chamber Membership. Each opportunity highlighted below is available only to Chamber Members. They are all featured on explorehutchinson.com on the left side of the home page.  After each description below, you will find a link to a pdf guide outlining how to post on our website and take advantage of these opportunities to share your business with others.

Hot Deals

Post promotions, specials, or discounted rates. Drive traffic to your website by listing on ours.

Hot Deals (pdf)

Volunteer Opportunities

Post volunteer opportunities available in your business, or with an organization you have partnered with. This is a great resource for community involvement!

Volunteer Opportunity (pdf)

News Release

Have a new product, process, or other development in your business? Post a news release so community and business members can learn more about what you have to offer.

News Release (pdf)

Job Posting

Are you hiring? Post your job opening here. When people contact the Chamber about job opportunities in the area, we direct them to this page.

Job Listing (pdf)

 

Additionally: Post your events on the Community Calendar. Don’t forget to include your meetings as well.  The Community Calendar receives approximately 100 hits per day. Don’t miss out on this chance to share your business with the community.

*Note: Unlike the options above, the Community Calendar is open for any organization to post on. However, Chamber Members have the added benefit of being able to post videos, pictures, and logos on their event page.


April Business of the Month

In honor of the great sacrifice local businesses have made to keep our community safe and healthy, we devote this month’s business of the month to local businesses. Please remember to think local and support those who have taken difficult and costly steps to protect our community. We appreciate all businesses and want to commend them all for their flexibility, ingenuity, and sacrifice in these difficult times.


Arts & Crafts Festival Applications

While events happening in the next few months can’t be set in stone, we are moving forward with planning the 46th Annual Arts & Crafts Festival on September 18th & 19th. There are several exciting changes being made this year. First is a location change. Due to the Main Street 2020 project, the festival will move to the McLeod County Fairgrounds. With ample space for parking, indoor options for exhibitors, (and indoor plumbing!) this move is highly anticipated by all. Additionally, there will be a new exhibitor section called the Open Market. This section is reserved for those who sell or resell manufactured items, kit art, imports, store merchandise, ready-to-eat items, home-show items, antiques, or out-sourced mass produced items.

The application for exhibitors is linked below and can also be found on our website explorehutchinson.com.

2020 A&C Application & Festival Guidelines

*Note- Early Bird pricing has been extended to June 30. Submit your application today!


Upcoming Events:

 

Business Logo for the Chamber's Business Connection event
Canceled for April & May

 

Canceled for April & May

 

Events canceled for April & MayBusiness logo for PLUSE

 

 

Please check back for updates about events in June. As we know, the current situation is ever-changing. We will do our very best to communicate changes with you.


New Chamber Members

 

We want to thank Rice Companies for becoming a Chamber Member this month.

 


April Business of the Month

April Business of the Month

In honor of the great sacrifice local businesses have made to keep our community safe and healthy, we devote this month’s business of the month to Hutchinson area businesses. Please remember to think local and support those who have taken difficult and costly steps to protect our community. We appreciate all businesses and want to commend them all for their flexibility, ingenuity, and sacrifice in these difficult times. Check for up-to-date information on local businesses.

Business Hours

Take out & Delivery

Are you a local business? Thank you for all you have done for Hutchinson. We see your hard work. Thank you for taking bold action in these uncertain times. Please check our Business Resources page for important information for businesses. We update this page frequently.

Hutchinson Businesses during COVID-19

SUBJECT TO CHANGE- Please check back daily for updates. Last Updated 5.13.2020
Not all businesses are included in our listings.
Chamber Members are highlighted.

Ace Hardware

Normal business hours
320-587-8888
www.acehardware.com

Allina Home Oxygen & Medical Equipment

By appointment only. Call for assistance 320-234-5110

Animal Medical Center on Crow River

Normal business hours
320-587-4044
http://www.besthutchinsonvet.com

Aldi
Adjusted hours 9am-7pm
Exclusive hours for vulnerable customers Tues & Thurs 8:30am – 9:30am

Art Center

Closed until April 3rd
320-587-7278

Ashley Furniture

OPEN by appointment for one on one consultations. (limited to 45 minutes)
Ashley Furniture is asking customers limit the number of guests on their visits & also ask that children under the age of 16 not attend unless absolutely necessary.
Please call to schedule an appointment  320-587-4663     www.AshleyHomeStore.com

Beeler Chiropractic
Open normal business hours with extra sanitation practices in place
Mon &  Wed: 8am – 6pm
Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8am -5pm

Benny’s Meat Market

Normal business hours- WILL DELIVER
Additional grocery items available
320-587-2622

Carly’s Shoes

Mon- Thurs 11am – 3pm. Please knock upon arrival.
320-587-8356

CarpetsPlus Color Tile

Open by appointment only
320-587-6070      https://carpetspluscolortilehutchinson.com/

Cashwise

Adjusted hours 6am-8pm
*First hour is reserved for At Risk Individuals
320-587-7655 http://www.cashwise.com

Pharmacy hours: Mon-Fri 9am-8pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-5pm

CenBank

Lobby is by appointment only, Drive-Thru is OPEN
Regular hours: Mon – Fri 8:30am – 5:30pm     Sat CLOSED
320-587-2265

Cenex – Adams St Location
Temporary Hours
Mon – Fri 6am – 8pm
Sat & Sun 7am – 8pm

CineMagic Century 9 Theatre

OPENING for Concession Stands only, FRIDAY & SATURDAY
Popcorn, Pop, All Doughlish Edible Cookie Dough for purchase

Citizens Bank & Trust

Lobby is closed, Drive-Thru open Mon – Fri 8am – 6pm     Sat 9am – Noon
320-587-2233    www.cbhutch.com

City of Hutchinson

Click this link to find information about all city services & businesses. Spring Clean up/ Hard goods pick up is rescheduled for June 27th

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

Clay Coyote

Gallery is closed, but online shopping is available
320-587-2599     https://www.claycoyote.com/shop/

Common Cup Ministry

-BACKPACK WEEKEND BAGS are available M-Th from 11:00 am – 1:30 pm in back of the Hutch Common Cup office. They will NOT be available at the school lunch distribution sites. Please only take if your child has been receiving bags throughout the school year. Your child may only take one bag per week.
-The March 31st HUTCH DIAPER DISTRIBUTION will take place. Please drive to the back of the Hutch office, stay in your car and Bev will bring the diapers to you.
-FARE FOR ALL will be held as a drive-thru style at the Event Center on Thursday, April 2nd from 3pm-5pm. Credit cards or ebt only.

THERE WILL BE NO OFFICE APPOINTMENTS AT COMMON CUP MINISTRY UNTIL MAY 1ST
CALL 320-587-2213 TO VISIT PER PHONE AND OUR DIRECTOR WILL WORK WITH EACH CASE INDIVIDUALLY
Also, Common Cup is not accepting any donations at this time.
320-234-8344      common-cup.org

Crow River Golf Club

Open Thursday & Friday for Curbside Orders
Orders can be placed between 3-5pm and picked up 5-7pm
Menu provided on link below
http://www.crowrivergolf.com

CVS Pharmacy at Target
M-F 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-5pm, Sun 11am-5pm.

Crow River Floral

Will Close Friday 3/27 until further notice
320-587-3110

Crow River Winery

Will Deliver to Hutchinson & Silver Lake. Shipping available to any MN Address for $5. Minimum order of $35.
Visit crowriverwinery.com to order

DAV
Collecting again! Please place items in plastic bags tied shut.

Duane Jindra Crop Insurance Agency L.L.C.

Open normal business hours (Mon. – Fri.  9am – 5pm)
320-587-2612

Dundee Floral
Starting Friday, May 1st our retail greenhouse will be open from 9am-5pm Monday – Saturday

Edward Jones

Open normal business hours (M – F 8:30am – 5pm)
Open for over the phone, WebEx and mail methods.
320-234-5939      Edward Jones

El Loro

To-Go Orders available, Delivery available.
320-587-0911

Evergreen Apartments:
 The office is currently closed to in-person visits but able to assist residents & customers.
320-587-9432 or email at: snelson@lloydmanagementinc.com

Excelsior Homes

Open by Appointment only
Contact by Phone or Email.
Office: 320-587-4990info@excelsiorhomesinc.com
Beau: 320-583-4506beau@excelsiorhomesinc.com
Jason: 320-583-7122jason@excelsiorhomesinc.com
Jessica: 320-583-1645jessica@excelsiorhomesinc.com

Factory Direct

OPEN by appointment for one on one consultations. (limited to 45 minutes)
Ashley Furniture is asking customers limit the number of guests on their visits & also ask that children under the age of 16 not attend unless absolutely necessary.
Call 320-587-7283 to schedule an appointment     www.fdfonline.com

Faith Lutheran Church

No worship services on location. Staff  available for calls, emails, one-on-one visits. Worship will be on the radio & regular cable TV & Facebook sessions. Please check their website for regular updates.
FaithLC.com           320-587-2093 

Family Video
Closed until further notice.  Rentals can be returned to dropbox.

Farm Bureau Financial- Ryan Elbert

Mon. – Thur.  8am – 5pm    Fri.-  8am – 4:30pm
Lobby is closed, but available by phone
320-587-0466

Five Star Financial – John Sanken

Regular Business Hours
320-587-6669

Fun Sports of Hutchinson

Full service department. Pick-up & delivery available for vehicles
Will ship or do curb-side pick up for parts
Monday & Thursday: 9am – 7 pm
Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday: 9am – 5:30 pm
Saturday: 9am – 2 pm
320-587-9505       Fun Sports of Hutchinson

Genesis Salon & Enso Spa

Closed until May 1st
Tuesdays 9-2 & Thursdays 2-6 pm  available for retail sales for curbside pickup
320-587-7117 

Goodwill

Closed until further notice
320-234-5947

Hager Jewelry

Open (Doors locked)  Mon. -Fri. 10am-4pm
Front Door is locked, please call when you arrive for access.
Call 587-2230 to schedule an appointment. Feel free to go to back door and ring the doorbell for service.
http://www.hagerjewelry.com

HomeSource
Open Mon – Fri 9am – 5:30pm
Sat 9am – 4pm
https://www.thehomesourcestore.com/
320-234-6700

Hutchinson Event Center

Closed until further notice.
http://www.hutchinsoneventcenter

Hutchinson Health

Visitor restrictions & appointment guidelines available online
COVID-19 Update
New Urgent Care hours Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm
Sat -Sun 9am – 3pm

Hutchinson Iron & Metal
Will open to the public on 5/4/2020

Hutchinson Mall

Closed until further notice
320-587-5956

Hutchinson Public Library
Closed until further notice. Please do not return items to the library at this time. Due dates for all items have been extended. All April & May library programs and events are canceled/indefinitely postponed.  https://www.hutchinson.lib.mn.us/

Holiday Gas Station

Beginning 3/23 adjusted hours: 5am-11pm, 24 hour pumps when paying with card.
Limited hot food options.

Jay Malone Motors

No vehicles sales. Open for service!
320-587-4748

Keller Williams- The Broll Team

Office Open by appointment only, virtual appointments may be available
320-587-4242
http://thebrollteam.com

Kock’s Jewelry

Temporarily Closed until Further Notice

Kwik Trip

Open 24 hours a day.

Lamb Shoppe

Open Mon – Fri 9:30am – 5:30om         Sat. 9:30am – 3:00pm
Classes postponed. Still available are phone-In Shopping & wellness consultations via phone or zoom.
320-587-6094
http://lambshoppe.com

Liquor Hutch

Monday – Saturday 10am – 8pm
Sunday 11am – 6pm
Debit/Credit cards only NO CASH Purchases

Maurices

Closed until further notice

McLeod Alliance

Open and advocates are available to help
320-234-7933 or 1-800-934-0851
Find our contact information and other resources at www.mcleodalliance.org

McLeod County COVID-19 Updates

Phone line with recordings from Public Health employees with information and updates about COVID-19.
Clink these titles to review each topic
Information & Resources during COVID
COVID Safety Measures
Essential Services during COVID
Family Resource Guide
Call 320-484-4369.

McLeod County Emergency Food Shelf

2020 MN FoodShare March Campaign has been EXTENDED TO APRIL 30, 2020!
donation drop hours are 3pm-8pm
Donations are welcome anytime before then but it may be wise to check our website or Facebook page for the most current hours. We are doing all we can to remain open and available for service for as long as possible!

McLeod Title

Open normal business hours (M – F 8am – 5pm)
320-587-6239         http://www.mcleodtitle.com

Mediacom


Menards
Children under the age of 16 are no longer allowed in the store due to COVID-19. Masks Required!
Adjusted hours: Mon-Sat 6am-8pm, Sun 8am-7pm
320-587-0027

MidCountry Bank

Drive-thru only
320-234-4500      http://www.midcountry.bank

New Journey UCC

Closed office, please call for assistance
10am Sunday worship service via Zoom
320-587-2125       http://newjourneyucc.org

Novation

Starting Monday, March 23rd the office will be closed
e-Services/night drop/ATM only
320-587-4666 for all inquires

Outdoor Motion

Open normal business hours:   Mon-Thurs 10am – 6pm,     Fri 10am – 5pm,       Sat 10am – 3pm
https://www.outdoormotionbikes.com/

PetSmart

Offering curbside pick up for online & phone orders
Mon – Sat 9am – 7pm     Sun 10am – 7pm
320-587-4335

Piehl Hanson Beckman P.A.

Temporary Adjusted hours until April 14th
Mon, Tues, Thur 8am – 6pm
Wed, Fri 8am – 5pm
Sat & Sun – Closed

Primary Eyecare

Emergency & Urgent vision concerns only. Please call to order contact lenses.
Mon – Fri 8am-5pm
*Effective 3/18- 3/27
320-587-4744
http://www.primaryeyecare2020.com

RAM Buildings

Open Mon. – Fri 8am-5pm
https://rambuildings.com/
320-485-2844

Ridgewater

Please refer to this link for the most recent information:
https://ridgewater.edu/covid-19/
Please contact Covid19@ridgewater.edu with any questions

Runnings

Normal business hours Mon – Fri 8am – 9pm,    Sat 8am – 6pm,   Sun 9am – 6pm
320-587-7104
www.runnings.com

Sally Beauty
Starting May 5th they will be open for Curbside pickup
Order online at sallybeauty.com
Mon-Sat  10am – 6pm       Sun 11am – 5pm

SouthPoint

Drive-thru only
http://www.southpointfinancial.com
Text UPDATE to 44394 for updates

Southwest Eye Care

Urgent / Emergency Care only. Call to order contact lenses
Mon – Fri 8:30am – 5pm
320-587-2593
www.southwesteyecare.net

Standard Printing -N- Mailing
Call if you need posters, banners or yard signs
320-587-7500

St. Anastasia Catholic Community

All Masses have been suspended until March 31st.
Daily Masses will be streamed on Facebook at their normal time.
During weekend Mass times, Eucharistic Adoration will be held in the church with the distribution of Communion.  Weekend Mass will be on local channel 10 HCVN on Sundays at 7:30am and Wednesdays at 7pm.
www.stanastasia.net

Starbucks- Target location
OPEN

Stepping Stone Therapeutic

Mon & Tues 8am – 8pm,  Wed & Thurs 8am -6pm,  Fri 8am – 4pm
Check the website for any updates https://steppingstonetherapeutic.com/
Telehealth appointments available

Target
Adjusted hours 7am-9pm
Returns & Exchanges Suspended
*First Hour each Wednesday is reserved for At Risk Individuals
320-587-7113

Today’s Driving School

Suspended all behind the wheel sessions.

Total Compliance Solutions, Inc.
Call or email before arrival      Mon – F   8am – 4:30pm
320-455-9300
scheduling@totalcompliancesolutions.us.

Tokyo Grill
Will be temporarily closed staring April 20th until further notice

Tri County Water

Normal office hours 7:30am – 4:30pm
Offering curbside pickup for water and salt needs
320-587-2950    http://www.treatmywater.com

Twice is Nice

Closed until further notice
320-587-8277

Valley Sales of Hutchinson

No Sales.
Service     Mon – Fri 8am – 5pm,   Sat 9am -Noon
Also offers drop off and delivery services
320-587-2240

VFW

Opening May 6th 11am – 7pm daily

Walgreens

Store hours: daily 9am-9pm
Pharmacy hours: Mon-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-6pm, Sun 10am-6pm
Drive-Thru offers medication, limited grocery & household pick-ups

Walmart

Adjusted hours 7am- 8:30pm
*Each Tuesday is reserved for At Risk Individuals 6am-7am
Additional steps will be taken to promote social distancing and control customer flow in and out of our store. Our General Merchandise doors will remain closed and we will create queue lines to enter and exit our grocery side doors. 
320-587-1020

Walmart Pharmacy

Open 9am-8pm with a lunch break from 1:30-2pm
Tuesdays from 6am-8am are reserved for senior citizens over 60

Wendorff Insurance

Lobby closed, please call during business hours Mon-Thurs 8am-5pm,   Friday-8am-12pm
320-587-3230    http://www.wendorffinsurance.com/

Yamaha Motorsports
Mon – Fri  9am- 5:30pm        Sat 9am – 1pm
320-587-2980