Our Chamber Ambassadors hit the road this morning to visit Monroe Engraving. Kari and Daryl Fernstaedt have owned and operated Monroe Engraving for nearly 30 years. The first 25 years they ran it out of their home, but are now located on 30th Street on the south end of town.

Monroe Engraving is much more than a trophy shop, offering everything from dog bowls to jewelry boxes.

They also have a meeting space that non profits can use free of charge.  Hospice currently uses the space for grief support groups and some churches hold Bible study classes there.

Thank you to Karin and Daryl for sharing your business with us and for all you do for the Monroe community.

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  Position Title: Events and Administrative Coordinator The Monroe Chamber of Commerce and Industry currently has an opportunity to join our team. This part-time position will be responsible for events and administrative coordination duties for MCCI. You will be...

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