Henry said she was delighted to join the chamber board and looked forward to promoting the Sandstone area as a destination.
“This is one of the most naturally beautiful places in Minnesota,” Henry said. “We have state parks, a beautiful river and some of the best rock and ice climbing at our quarry. I look forward to contributing to the community and spreading the message that Sandstone is a destination for business and recreation.”
The Wildcat Sanctuary (TWS) Director, Tammy Thies said she was proud to have a member of the TWS team on the chamber board.
“We love our community and we want to be involved in every way we can,” she said. Our neighbors and the community have been very good to us and we want to give back.
Henry joins two other new chamber board members, Arelene Oslowski of Grand Casino Hinckley and Maria Lourey-Bowen of Nemadji Research Center.