The Owatonna Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Ambassadors recently visited the newly named Sharon Stark Auditorium at the Little Theatre of Owatonna. Stark, who passed away in May 2018, helped found LTO in 1966. Nearly 200 productions have been hosted there since then. Currently, "Sweeny Todd" continues through February 24.

The Ambassadors also stopped by the new location of Edward Jones-John Havelka and Edward Jones-Jeffrey Hall at 143 W Bridge Street

Chamber president Brad Meier reports, "The Chamber Ambassadors raised money to cover five years of the Ted G. Ringhofer scholarship at the annual Golden Opportunity Dinner."

In other news from this week's OACCT e-newsletter, Business Bootcamp on Thursday, February 21 will feature "Get Found on Google." Businesses can learn how to use Google to connect with customers. Business Bootcamp will be held from 12 to 1 pm in the Morehouse Room at Owatonna Public Utilities, which is a different spot than the normal location.

A study session Tuesday, February 19 in the Owatonna City Council Chambers will update and review the idea of converting Oak Avenue to a three-lane road and adding a roundabout at Grove and Rose Street. The session begins at 6:15 pm.

The newsletter indicates that a group enjoyed the Historic Pub Crawl. Local historian Nancy Vaillancourt shared stories about Reggie's Brewhouse, The Dog Pound, Just One More and Bridge Street Tavern.