The second annual Bay Lake Tour of Homes is set Aug. 1-2.
Buses will leave the Lions building on Highway 6 across from Ruttger's Bay Lake Lodge golf course at 9 a.m. to visit five Bay Lake area homes. The buses return to Ruttgers at 1 p.m. for a buffet lunch and an art show, featuring the works of a remarkable and previously undiscovered Minnesota artist. The complete tour is $35.
This year the tour is raising funds for Global Positioning Satellite locator systems for Crow Wing County ambulances. Bay Lake Lions Charities is a non-profit organization.
For more information call (218) 678-3447.
Real estate agents paint Pine River house
Real estate agents and affiliate members participated in the fifth annual Paint A House program where people volunteer to paint a house to help improve the community.
This year's home was selected in Pine River. Members painting were, Marvin Hoheisel, Greater Lakes Association of Realtors president, from C-21 New Horizons Realty in Little Falls; Brett Anderson, Kurilla Real Estate; Tammy Siekert, Tower Real Estate; Gary Stang, Gary Stang Realty; Bonnie Olson, Aspen Real Estate; Stan Bielejeski, Positive North GMAC; Cindy Scholl, C-21 New Horizons; Sara Weston, GLAR staff; Erna Folta, Bremer Bank; Doug Zaske, Heartland Real Estate; and Janie Weston, Greater Lakes Association of Realtors CEO.
Next year's Paint a House will be in Brainerd or Nisswa. Past houses were painted in Pequot Lakes, Hackensack, Garrison and Pillager.
The Greater Lakes Association of Realtors has members in Aitkin, Cass, Crow Wing and Morrison counties.
Brainerd Northside association to meet
The Brainerd Northside Association will meet 7 p.m. Tuesday at Park United Methodist Church.
Discussion topics include a block party, mission statement and Gregory Park project.
All neighbors are welcome.
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