All Organizations

  • Aitkin Chamber of Commerce

    Greetings from Aitkin! Aitkin has grown from a stop on the river to a current population of 2,000 of the most interesting people you will ever meet. Summer, autumn, winter, spring – enjoy the lakes, wilderness, trails, family attractions and community all year round. Come “Up North” for a close-to-home vacation get-a-way!

  • Aitkin County CARE, Inc.

    Aitkin County CARE (Coordinating Area Resources Effectively) Aitkin County CARE is here to connect seniors and disabled adults with services to help them continue to live independently.


    ANGELS (Area Neighbors Giving Elderly Live-in Services) became an official 501(c)(3) program in 2004. ANGELS mission is to keep seniors living in their homes safely, independently, and with dignity. A true MINISTRY with those in need who could use a little help!

  • Lake Minnewawa Association

    The purpose of the Lake Minnewawa Association is to promote lake stewardship by providing education and services about controlling pollution, beautification, water safety and clear passage.  In general, it is dedicated to maintaining and improving the natural resources of Lake Minnewawa by educating, creating, promoting and implementing methods of improving and preserving the overall condition of the lake.  The Board meets monthly from April through October. Visit our website for more information. Like us on read more

  • McGregor Area Lions Club, Inc.

    The McGregor Lions Club is backed by the world’s largest service organization, Lions Club International, and is one of more than 70 clubs in local District 5M-9. For over 40 years, our club has planned and conducted a variety of community and humanitarian projects. The annual Athletic/Academic Banquet to honor local school scholars and athletes has been a major project almost since our beginning. Other equally important projects are Sight Conservation, Hearing, Diabetes Awareness, Citizenship, read more

  • Minnewawa Sportsman’s Club, Inc.

    Our Clubhouse is located on the south shore of Lake Minnewawa, just 3 miles east of Willey’s on County Road 6, now named Goshawk St. Our Annual meeting is usually the second Saturday of July at 10 a.m. at the clubhouse. All members are encouraged to attend.  We host a Summer Fun Day for the kids, usually the third Saturday in July. Bring your kids, grandkids, neighbors kids, etc. Fun day! Contact: Jean Vorlicky, 218-426-4906 read more

  • Northland Village

    Northland Village in McGregor is a place to call home – an environment of independence with the security of knowing help is close at hand whenever you need it. Just as important, residents can socialize with friends as well as enjoy the privacy of their own suites.

  • Rice Lake Refuge

    Rice Lake National Wildlife Refuge is 18,000 acres and open for exploration 365 days a year, from sunrise to sunset, no entrance fee required! The Wildlife Drive is 14 miles long and provides many scenic viewing opportunities and access to 7 miles of walking trails. While Rice Lake is closed to fishing and boating, two additional lakes and the Rice River are open for fishing and canoeing. The wild rice growing on Rice Lake is read more

  • Tamarack Sno-Flyers

    The Tamarack Sno-Flyers Snowmobile Club started grooming trails in 1972. We now groom 155.1 miles of trails in Aitkin County. Our club has the following charitable gambling sites: * Prairie River Retreat on County Rd. 14 * Horseshoe Lake Inn on County Rd. 40 * Jackson’s Hole in Lawler * Lakeview Inn off County Rd. 4 on Dam Lake As you travel the trails stop in for food and refreshments. Together, we help the trails read more

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