New staff means new summer fun
Now that the Detroit Lakes Community & Cultural Center has officially entered its second decade of operation, the staff has begun expanding on its reputation as “the most utilized public building in Detroit Lakes” by bringing its programming out into the surrounding communities as well.
“It’s not just what we do inside these four walls, it’s what we do outside of them too,” said Stu Omberg, who has served as the community center’s CEO since it opened its doors 11 years ago.
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