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West Duluth club luncheon will discuss work at Wade Stadium, Spirit Mountain

A luncheon meeting Wednesday of the West Duluth Business Club will feature talks on the Duluth Huskies and an update on the $7 million Spirit Mountain project.

Michael Rosenzweig
Michael Rosenzweig

A luncheon meeting Wednesday of the West Duluth Business Club will feature talks on the Duluth Huskies and an update on the $7 million Spirit Mountain project.

Michael Rosenzweig, an owner of the Huskies known for his enthusiasm, will talk about this year's team and planned entertainment events, as well as the chances of Wade Stadium still getting $4 million from the state for improvements and renovations.

Renee Mattson, executive director of Spirit Mountain, will offer details of the chalet to be built on Grand Avenue that will offer refreshments and serve as a trail center for the Duluth trail system. Plans are for an express lift that will carry skiers during the winter, provide scenic chair rides during the other three seasons and will be capable of carrying mountain bikes to the top of the hill.

The revamped business club opens up one of its two meetings each month to the public, featuring speakers on topics helpful to local business people. The luncheon meetings begin at noon at Mr. D's Bar & Grill, 5622 Grand Ave., and last an hour. Cost is the cost of lunch ordered from the menu. Reservations are encouraged by e-mailing; wdbc1902@gmail.com .

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Renee Mattson
Renee Mattson

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