Aitkin County CARE, Inc.https://aitkincountycare.org/
Aitkin County CARE provides a number of services for older and disabled adults. These services allow for individuals to remain in their homes longer and maintain their quality of life. Services include meals on wheels, transportation, chore services, consultations, respite, homemaking, exercise programs, grand friends, and memory support group. CARE is the leader in providing innovative and quality services to older and disabled adults in Aitkin County.
Aitkin County Growthhttp://aitkingrowth.org
Aitkin County Growth is located in Aitkin, Minnesota. This organization primarily operates in the Business Consulting, nec business / industry within the Engineering, Accounting, Research, and Management Services sector.
Aitkin County Habitat for Humanityhttp://www.habitatforhumanityaitkincounty.org/
We are a non-profit organization that works with families and communities to build affordable housing in Aitkin County. We do new home builds, home repairs, community benefit projects and youth builds. We partner with other non-profits, churches, businesses, individuals and all segments of the community.We are now raising about $75,000 more to build a new home in Aitkin in 2020. You can contribute to us by donating your recycled aluminum cans at Paulbeck's in Aitkin. We also accept your used items that we sell to raise money to build homes. We accept appliances and furniture in very good condition and neutral colors, and new building materials. Call about other items you wish to donate.
Aitkin County Historical Societyhttp://www.aitkincohs.org
Located in a Northern Pacific Railroad Depot in Aitkin, built in 1916. Physical address: 20 Pacific Street, Aitkin, MN 56431. Hours are: October-April Monday-Wednesday 10am-4pm, May-September Monday-Wednesday 10am-4pm and Friday-Saturday TBD.
Aitkin County Housing & Redevelopment Authorityhttp://www.aitkinhra.org
The mission of the Housing Authority of Aitkin County is to promote decent, safe, and affordable housing and economic opportunity to low-income families. We are committed to assisting low-income families with incomes below 80% of area median, adjusted for family size.
Aitkin Farmers’ Markethttps://www.facebook.com/aitkinmnfarmers
Aitkin Farmers’ Market is a non profit association of farmers and vendors. Live music, educational vendors, and a focus on food equity characterize our market. All produce, plants, baked goods and meat are local. We accept SNAP EBT cards and other debit and credit cards. Please join us Saturdays (May 11-mid-Oct, 8a-1p) or Thursday evenings (May 30-mid-Oct, 5p-8p)!
Aitkin Lakes Area Rotary
Rotary is a worldwide organization of business and professional leaders that provides humanitarian service, encourages high ethical standards in all vocations and helps build goodwill and peace in the world. Aitkin Rotary meets every Wednesday at noon at the 40 Club.
Aitkin United Methodist Churchhttps://www.facebook.com/aitkinunitedmethodistchurch
We recognize that people look for God in many ways. Whether you visit in person or online, we hope you discover something here to encourage you in your spiritual journey. Here’s more info about United Methodist beliefs and if you are new to The United Methodist Church, here’s a great place to get to know us. Visit Church Site
Aitkin Women Of Today
Aitkin Women of Today is a local non-profit organization that promotes fellowship, leadership, personal wellness, and service. We are in the business of celebrating and building strong, confident women who are ready to make a difference in the world, through our communities and in the lives of our members.
Golden Horizons of Aitkinhttps://www.facebook.com/GHaitkin/
At Golden Horizons Assisted Living and Memory Care Community, we believe in “Aging in Place,” where we value our residents home to be lived in independently, safely and with free choice regardless of ability level and changes in condition. If a resident has a change of condition or a decline in condition and needs Hospice or a higher level of care, we work with the individual, the family and our partners to make the best possible decision for the resident to keep them comfortable and at peace in their home.
IRRRB: Iron Range Resources and Rehabilitation Boardhttp://mn.gov/irrrb
Iron Range Resources & Rehabilitation is a State of Minnesota development agency located in Eveleth, Minnesota. Our mission is to promote and invest in business, community and workforce development for the betterment of northeastern Minnesota.
Jaques Art Centerhttp://www.jaquesart.com
Housed in the historic 1911 Carnegie Library building. The center features the work of its namesake as well as fostering public art appreciation. Exhibits change bi-monthly. Events and classes are held that coincide with the exhibits. Be sure to visit the gift shop for beautiful handmade items. Hours: Tues-Sat 11:00-4:00.
Long Lake Conservation Centerhttp://longlakecc.org
Long Lake is the flagship of the Aitkin County Park's system. We are open to the public for adult and family classes, community programming, and access to mile of hiking and ski trails. Contract us to host a special event, retreat, or group getaway. There is something to see, do, and learn at Long Lake!
Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Associationhttp://www.northernlakeslightning.com
The Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association supports and serves youth in the communities of Aitkin, Backus, Breezy Point, Crosby, Crosslake, Deerwood, Ironton, Jenkins, Pequot Lakes and Pine River.
The Northern Lakes Youth Hockey Association works to promote a fun, fair, and safe environment that maximizes participation and improves players' skills while developing sportsmanship, teamwork and self-confidence. These actions will result in a tradition of excellence at the highest level possible, including the high school level as player’s transition from the NLYHA to the next level of play.
St Johns Lutheran Churchhttps://www.stjohnaitkin.org
Welcome to St. John's Lutheran Church. At St. John's, we want to help you know God better, feel a sense of belonging by building meaningful relationships, and to be encouraged to thrive with a more productive and meaningful life. ..
Wealthwood Rod & Gun Clubhttp://www.wealthwoodgunclub.org/
Wealthwood Rod & Gun Club has provided a safe shooting environment since 1964. It is a local source for youth high school trap, firearm safety training, hunter education, wild animal conservation, and family shooting fun. We promote responsible safe use & ownership of firearms.
Wealthwood Rod & Gun Club is a 501(c)(3).