Empowering Communities, Celebrating Minnesota Locally


Over 400 people turned up at Sweet Haven Tonic in downtown New Ulm Sunday to have their picture taken for the Community Collage.  If you weren’t able to make it Sunday, you will have a second chance to get your picture taken Saturday, May 11 at the Kato Ballroom in Mankato.  New Ulm Chamber of Commerce Office manager Crystal Johnson says that if you show up that day, you just need to tell them that you are from New Ulm and your picture will be earmarked for the New Ulm Collage.  Once the pictures are taken, the photographer will put them all into a collage that will go on a wall at a location that has yet to be determined.