COVID-19 Business Assistance Program

Employers in Heartland Lakes

CHI St. Joseph’s Health

CHI St. Joseph’s Health of Park Rapids is an award-winning, 25-bed critical access hospital located in the heart of lake country. Fully accredited by The Joint Commission, we offer a full range of services including 24/7/365 Emergency Department and Level IV Trauma Center, hospitalist program, testing, surgery, rehabilitation, and more so that you can experience better health.

“CHI St. Joseph’s Health works to build healthier communities for our residents, friends, and neighbors so they can experience better health.”

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RDO/Lamb Weston

At Lamb Weston, we apply our inventive thinking to everything we do. Founded in 1950, as a small family business, we’ve earned and continue to earn-our reputation as an industry pioneer and one of the world’s leading suppliers of frozen potato products.

Let’s Build the Future Together

Menahga Schools

The Menahga School District exists to engage all learners on a life-long path to success.

CHART a course that HONORS the past and ENVISIONS the future.

Nevis Public School

Mission: To provide an educational environment which emphasizes independent learning as a lifelong process of challenges. Learners must become critical thinkers, develop positive self-esteem, reach their maximum potential, adapt to a changing world and become responsible citizens.

Respect, for oneself and for one another, still has meaning in this public school.

Park Rapids Area Schools

The Park Rapids Area Schools have a history of vision, excellence and success that is summed up in their vision: “Preparing today’s learners for tomorrow’s challenges.” The campuses of Park Rapids Area Schools include a state-of-the-art Century School for K-8 and the newly updated Park Rapids Area High School. Doors to student success begin with all day, every day kindergarten and continue through high school.

Compassion, Commitment, Integrity, Responsibility

COVID-19 Business Assistance Program

Heartland Lakes Development Commission has created the Hubbard County COVID – 19 Business Assistance Program to provide emergency financial assistance for businesses that are experiencing financial hardships due to COVID – 19 related restrictions. The program is funded through participation agreements with local governments that have received Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) resources provided to State, Territorial, Local and Tribal Governments under section 601(a) of the Social Security Act, as added by section 5001 of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES Act”).

Applications for the second funding round are due by 4:30 pm on Thursday, Oct 1, 2020. Please contact Juliann Kjenaas with any questions related to the application.

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