Lindsay Area Development

About

Lindsay Area Development (LAD) is a non-profit organization with the mission
“To improve and maintain the strength of the community, school and parish of the village of Lindsay and surrounding areas.”
LAD is the non-profit established in 2017 and was the first group formed to tackle the mission for the revitalization of Lindsay. It is funded
from donations, grants and corporate partners. It’s mission is to serve as the bridge between the local government, school and community
members to tackle the projects that are for the betterment of the community.

History

“From kitchen tables to conference rooms, Lindsay Area Development’s history began with a diverse group of community members with the passion and motivation to ensure the benefits of our unique community can continue to be enjoyed by future generations. 

 

The first official meeting was held on February 26, 2017 and included the founding Board of Directors: Aaron Reichmuth, Micaela Wegener, Brian Wegener, Ken Kurtenbach, Kristin Beller, Terry Beller, Rick Frauendorfer, Jenna Klassen, Jenny Korth and Craig Pfeifer. This diverse group represented the population of Lindsay and surrounding area – spanning multiple generations, rural and within city limits, male and female, business owners and those employed by local businesses and of all family status. 

 

Lindsay Area Development was incorporated in May of 2017 and received non-profit status as a 501c3 on September 19, 2017.

 

Lindsay Area Development actively seeks partnerships across local community members, neighboring communities, businesses, other community groups and the Village board to carry out their strategic plan and mission. Check out the past projects and current strategic priorities here.

 

A special thanks to those original founders and the continued supporters of LAD to carry out the vision for the future.”

Board of Directors

Management of Lindsay Area Development is made up of a board of directors who are volunteers and serve 1-year terms with no term limits.

Ensuring a diverse mix of representation of the community is a priority and directors are nominated to ensure a mix of business owners, non-
business owners, corporate, agricultural, homeowners, renters, rural versus town residents.
Also ensuring a mix of men, women, multi-generations,and family structures.

Amber Klassen

Vice-President

Jenny Korth

Secretary & Treasurer

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