Mayor and LFBA ask folks to ‘Think Local’ and support local businesses, community

Little Falls Mayor Greg Zylka proclaimed all of July as “Think Local” Month, encouraging shoppers to think about shopping with local businesses to help preserve the uniqueness of the community, and a healthy economy. Members of the Little Falls Business Association (LFBA), who are running a “Think Local” campaign, witnessed the signing of the proclamation. Those who witnessed the signing included front row (from left): Kris VonBerge, executive director of the Little Falls Convention and Visitors Bureau, Zylka and Jeanne Lee from Mid-Minnesota Federal. Second row: Deb Boelz, president/CEO of the Little Falls Area Chamber; Rosi Przybilla of Marshik Insurance; Diane Zalasin of Pine Country Bank; Deb Lowe, county auditor/treasurer; Shane Cole of Domino’s Pizza, Melissa Peterson of the Lindbergh Historic Site and Jordan Witt, intern working with LFBA. Back row: Kelly Laubach of GoldSmith Jewelers; Sarah Kloss of RadioShack; Joel Larson of FallsNet; and Kim Plettl of the Morrison County Record.