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Chamber Ambassadors welcome two new businesses in Miltona

The businesses include a boutique and a winery.

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MILTONA — The Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors recognized two local businesses on Wednesday, Sept. 14.

Molly’s Dry Goods is a new boutique owned and operated by Katie Uhde. The boutique is located at 241 Main St. in Miltona and offers a variety of women’s clothing ranging in sizes small through 3XL, home décor, household items, small men’s selection, and more.

Hours are Wednesday – Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Learn more by searching Molly’s Dry Goods on Facebook or Instagram.

Rebecca and Ron Joyce are owners of a new farm winery called 68 & Vine Veterans Winery located at 13850 County Rd. 68 N in Miltona. The winery opened in 2020 and features 17 different wines.

Unique to the winery is the Keeley Lime table wine made from limes out of the family grove in Southern California. Four of the wines also honor different branches of the military as both Rebecca and Ron are veterans. Learn more by visiting 68nvinvevw.com.


The Chamber Ambassadors serve as an active communication link to cultivate and promote positive relationships between the Chamber and the business community for members and non-members.

For more information about the Alexandria Lakes Area Chamber of Commerce, visit www.alexandriamn.org or call 320-763-3161.

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