Association News

This is our 2016 Membership Drive.

Welcome New Members! Thank You Renewing Members, for Your Continuing Support!

For more than 15 years, the 54-mile nationally designated Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway has spread the word about its resources; walking trails, recreational parks, wildlife management areas, paved shoulders for biking, fourteen informational panel kiosks, historic sites, exhibits, gardens, scholarships and so much more.

Volunteerism is a long-standing and critical part of the fabric of living in communities all across the U.S.

The evening ended with a few small Thank You gifts and a humorous Paul Bunyan Tall Tale story time narrated by board members, Rod Nelson and Carol Ottoson. 

At the 19th Annual Meeting on Nov. 15th guest speakers, Scenic Byway Partners and Member/Volunteers presented fun, amazing and inspirational facts, reports and stories.

On Nov. 15th a cheery gathering of plaid-clad members of the Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway met for its 19th Annual Meeting.

Public input given for Loon Center
Web posted September 12, 2017

We are recruiting volunteers for our 2018 season. Paul Bunyan Scenic Byway Association (PBSBA) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization in Crow Wing & Cass County with many volunteer opportunities. • Board member: seeking candidates interested in serving a 3-yr. term as Secretary on the board of Directors.

• On Call Volunteers: to assist with events such as parades, festivals, annual meetings, outdoor movies nites, tending gardens at Linda Ulland Memorial Gardens. Many great ways to meet people and learn some interesting history and tall tales. No previous knowledge of the area is necessary.

• filing archives, preparing scrapbooks, or arranging displays at the Learning Center-Crosslake Campground. The hours are flexible; work as little or often as you wish.

"...In the early spring of 2017, the DNR indicated possible interest in selling the fire tower due to increasing cost of maintenance and vandalism.

"...The tower has faced difficulties because of vandals.

Pequot Lakes High School senior, Morena Hammer, is the 2017 recipient of the Linda Ulland Memorial Scholarship of $1000.00.

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