Albert Lea High School vocal music director Diane Heaney leads Chorale singers in the singing of "Carol of the Bells." When they stood and began singing, it surprised the people attending the Albert Lea Tribune's Business After Hours at Wedgewood Cove Golf Club. -- Tim Engstrom/Albert Lea Tribune

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Business or pleasure?

Published 1:30pm Wednesday, December 19, 2012

 

Geri Jensen of the Albert Lea-Freeborn County Chamber of Commerce hands a Minnesota Vikings jersey signed by quarterback Christian Ponder to Roberta Czaplewski, who won a drawing for the item. She happens to be a Green Bay Packers fan. -- Tim Engstrom/Albert Lea Tribune

 

Albert Lea-Freeborn County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Randy Kehr greets Anne Marie Spates on Tuesday at Wedgewood Cove Golf Club. Business After Hours is a chamber function hosted by a different chamber member business each month. The Albert Lea Tribune traditionally hosts the December one. -- Tim Engstrom/Albert Lea Tribune

 

This table kept winning table prizes —€” blue poinsettias —€” Tuesday at Business After Hours hosted by the Albert Lea Tribune. -- Tim Engstrom/Albert Lea Tribune

 

Staff members with the Albert Lea Tribune line up to deliver blue poinsettias to guests Tuesday at Business After Hours at Wedgewood Cove Golf Club. From left to right are Angie Eggum, Kelli Lageson, Catherine Buboltz, Brandi Hagen, Crystal Miller and Renee Citsay. --