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Hot Dog Bar and Door Prizes greet customers at Harlem Lumber Grand Opening

 

August 21, 2019

Harlem Lumber owner Rod Wagner shakes hands with Blaine County Commissioner Myles Hutton during the stores Grand Re-Opening this past Friday. Joining them in the photo are Sales Reprentative Ryan White, and Harlem Lumber employee Karensa Calvert. Wagner estimates, based on Hot Dogs eaten, that between 100-150 people stopped into the store during the day.

Harlem Lumber, as it's known now, can trace its roots in the area all the way back to 1926 when it was known as Monarch Lumber. This past Friday Harlem Lumber welcomed customers, family and friends to come check out their new location as part of their Grand Re-Opening.

Owner Rod Wagner and his wife Lorie took over the business back in 2012 from her parents, Charlie and Kay Brekke. Wagner has since taken the location to new heights. The biggest test to date was moving out of an outdated building and into a modern 4,800 square foot facility.

The new structure was completed back in December of...



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