Club goal is to control its destiny
Rick Osbakken calls it a "high risk, low reward" situation but one the Two Harbors Curling Club is willing to take on. The club president was talking about taking ownership of the building it has leased from the city of Two Harbors since the mid-1990s.
Osbakken said buying the building, and the Lakeview National Golf Course clubhouse operation that is part of it, insures a future for curling in the area.
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