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We have extreme pride in every job we do, knowing the customer chose the right company to solve their wildlife issues.
We are a locally Veteran owned business located in New Ulm, MN. I have made a lifelong commitment to this company’s growth and success.
We are a very honest company with no hidden fees and we discuss everything before the work is done.
We are looking forward to helping you solve your wildlife issues correctly.
Jordan K. Budenski, Owner/Wildlife Control Specialist
We are 76,000 sq. ft. building that have long term and short term rentals. We have a space to rent for weddings, birthdays and just family gatherings. We have a 650 seat Performing Arts Auditorium which is used very well. We have a book exchange library and library where you can check out DVD, VHS, LP, CD. We also have a Rec Room that has a pool table and other games that you can rent for a get together.
The official legal publication of Cottonwood County, this subscription-based newspaper covers the news, sports and entertainment in the area. It has a circulation over 3,000 and is published Wednesdays.
CCSI is a not-for-profit human services organization that provides services to adults with disabilities. It is our primary focus to serve individuals in the community and living arrangement of their choice. CCSI values a quality of life that enhances dignity, upholds rights and encourages choices by the individual.
I would encourage you to stop by our corporate offices in Worthington, Minnesota and talk with us about our services and learn how you can become a member of our team or assist us in continuing to provide services to individuals with disabilities with your donations.
Jeri L. Schettler, Executive Director
Client Community Services, Inc. will endeavor to:
NEW HAND WOVEN on LOOMS: RAG THROW RUGS
Check out our beautiful recycled and up-cycled material throw rugs. These rugs are woven by hand on floor looms at the Cottonwood County Developmental Achievement Center (DAC).
The DAC has been operating since 1966. We provide supported employment for 64 adults with disabilities. Our main objective is to assist our individuals become paid, productive adults with each step of the rug making process. These are reversible, good tightly woven quality rugs and inspected with proper care. Washing instructions included with each rug.
Rug width sizes we offer are 24” and 28”, the length will vary. Our rugs have been sold locally in stores, on eBay, at craft sales and on location. We have many satisfied customers who have purchased these unique rugs.
The mission of the CCHS is to promote local art & history. We have the Remick Art Gallery which changes five times a year. The Exhibit Hall showcasing the early history of the county. A Research Library for those who want to look into their family history. Resources include local newspapers, plat books, photo collection, yearbooks, school record and cemetery records. Lastly, we have a meeting room available for rent.
On December 1, 2000, two strong, locally-owned cooperatives unified to form Country Pride Services Cooperative: the Cooperative Oil Association of Mountain Lake, a consumer cooperative established in 1933, and Windom Cooperative Association, a farm supply cooperative established in 1937. Prior to the unification vote in early September 2000, Cooperative Oil of Mountain Lake and Windom Cooperative Association purchased the Cargill facility in Bingham Lake. In 2003, Country Pride Services Cooperative built a new office and 23,000 ton hub fertilizer plant on the former Cargill site in Bingham Lake. By doing this, we unified our team members and closed the offices and fertilizer plants in Mountain Lake and Windom, becoming more efficient in our day-to-day operations.
Today we have locations in:
To be the first choice of our customers and employees
Crossing Life’s Bridges offers a variety of coaching services for individuals and groups. We offer one to one or small group sessions, workshops, and retreats in the areas of personal growth, self-awareness, healing, and life transitions. We also create events for teams or organizations in the areas of communication, leadership, and relationships. For some events, our horses may be involved in the experiential process. No horse experience is necessary to benefit. You do not ride the horses.