On the Street - April 6, 2012The Polka Dots, the Common Threads Quilt Shop and Design Studio’s Relay for Life team, held a live auction and raised $840 to benefit the American Cancer Society. The team thanks all the sponsors and attendees that supported the event.
• The Polka Dots, the Common Threads Quilt Shop and Design Studio’s Relay for Life team, held a live auction and raised $840 to benefit the American Cancer Society. The team thanks all the sponsors and attendees that supported the event.
• In the past several months, Gate City Bank has donated $346,800 to area organizations as part of its commitment to support communities and causes.
Local donations included a contribution to the Alexandria Sertoma Club, Alexandria Technical and Community College, Jefferson High School, and the Jingle Bells Foundation.
Additional donations were made to regional organizations including Boy Scouts of America Northern Lights Council, American Heart Association Midwest Affiliate, and The God’s Child Project.
A $1.4 billion mutual community bank, Gate City Bank has been providing complete banking services to its customers since 1923. Gate City Bank has 32 convenient banking offices across North Dakota and Minnesota, and employs more than 400 people.
•Pro-Tainer, Inc announces the new ownership and location of Annova Trailer Sales. Pro-Tainer is excited to add Annova Trailer Sales to its team and offers sales and service of Interstate 1, Haulmark and NEO enclosed trailers of all sizes. The new location is 1301 36th Avenue, Alexandria.
• The Minnesota Supreme Court has appointed Long Prairie attorney Timothy M. Churchwell as chair of the Seventh District Bar Association’s Ethics Committee. The Seventh District includes Becker, Benton, Clay, Douglas, Mille Lacs, Morrison, Otter Tail, Stearns, Todd and Wadena counties. Churchwell replaces Perham attorney Steven R. Peloquin.
District ethics committees are established in each of the 21 district bar associations to investigate complaints of unethical conduct against Minnesota lawyers for the state Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board.
District ethics committee members are volunteer attorneys and public members. Complaints about a Minnesota lawyer’s professional conduct must be filed directly with the Office of the Director of Lawyers Professional Responsibility, 1500 Landmark Towers, 345 St. Peter Street, St. Paul MN 55102-1218. These complaints are then referred to the appropriate district ethics committee for investigation and recommendation.