DULUTH, MN – It was all fun Thursday night at a fundraising event for a Duluth organization.
Fuse Duluth held an event at Clyde Iron Works which celebrated 14 years of Fuse being in Duluth.
Spokespeople say it offers a variety of events designed to advance professionals in their personal lives, and careers.
They highlighted their networking opportunities, educational offerings and much more Thursday.
“It’s tremendously important to have this organization as an outlet for people that need to find connections in the community, and so if you’re not feeling welcome in a community you will ultimately move away. And so the fact that Fuse has been doing this for 14 years. Some people like Don Ness, our past mayor, was part of Fuse Duluth,” Director of Fuse and Leadership Duluth, Martha Bremer, said.
Fuse Duluth believes a community influenced by young people will attract and retain young people.