On The Street
• Habitat for Humanity of Douglas County announced three new board members: Scott Kluver, Tony Loosbrock, and Stephanie Lucy. Kluver is an owner of Innovative Companies, Inc., Loosbrock works as a business banking team lead at Bremer Bank in Alexandria, and Lucy teaches at Alexandria Technical and Community College and is a former Target executive.
• American Solutions for Business in Glenwood has promoted Miriah Cassidy and Amy Spychalla to its senior leadership team as executive directors. Cassidy has been with the company since 2008. As executive director of sales support, she directs the daily operations of the sales support team, expanded services, and prompt pay compliance teams. Spychalla, with the company since 2003, is executive director of strategic operations support and vertical markets and directs the daily operations of those teams. American Solutions for Business provides print, promotional products, marketing collateral, fulfillment and more.
• The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce recognized four new members on Aug. 1. The Alexandria Fellowship of Christian Athletes is a non-profit organization that began in Alexandria in 1964. FCA gives athletes and coaches the opportunity to come together in fellowship and provides scholarships to sports camps for student athletes. Alex Assisted Living, LLC, at 90 E. Lake Cowdry Road NW in Alexandria, is a part of The Care Campus, with locations in Brandon and Evansville. Alex Assisted Living offers higher need services for memory care, enhanced assisted living and home care services. Zion Lutheran Church and School, 300 Lake St. in Alexandria, serves children preschool through 8th grade. The church began in 1886 and the school turns 128 years old this fall. Sertoma, a not-for-profit civic organization started in 1912, has about 50 members and meets Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. at Broadway Ballroom. It raises money for hearing aids and helping with hearing tests in the public schools.
• Dancin' Off Broadway held a grand opening and ribbon cutting Sunday at its newly-renovated building at 422 Broadway in Alexandria. The new location features state-of-the-art dance floors and a larger commons area. Dancin' Off Broadway offers instruction in jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical, hip-hop and acro for more than 350 students from its studio locations in Alexandria and Sauk Centre.