BCDC Showcased Bowman County

BCDC Showcased Bowman County

Bowman County Development Corporation (BCDC) held their Annual Meeting on February 9, 2022, at the Bowman Golf Course. Key projects were highlighted this year including Bowman County Community Challenge, T4, Business Retention and Expansion Program, Festival of Lights, Mainspace, and Fusion. People from across North Dakota gathered at the meeting in which the community, local businesses, and projects were showcased.

The evening started with BCDC’s business meeting in which the results of their board election were announced. Incumbents, Duane Bowman, Wayne Heckaman, and Josh Stuchl were reelected to serve another three-year term.


A video showcased key programs and projects of 2021. A special highlight of this video was interviews with businesses assisted by BCDC in 2021. These included Josh Buchmann owner of South Main Lanes and Gracie Ruggles owner of Pawsitive K9 Care. Marie Snavely and Sarah Snavely were also highlighted as two of the five awardees of the Artist on Main Street program. The video was rounded out with interviews from BCDC staff, the board of directors, Fusion attendees, and users of Mainspace.


Teran Doerr, BCDC Executive Director, fielded questions on key projects, budget, and more to close the meeting.


BCDC’s Annual Report was released including the five main goals from the Bowman County Strategic Growth Plan. Annual Reports are available at BCDC’s office. Annual Video will be available on Facebook at @GrowingBowmanCounty or YouTube at Bowman County Development Corporation.


About Bowman County Development Corporation:

Bowman County Development Corporation is a regionally acclaimed non-profit located in Bowman, N.D. It provides resources and tools that enable individuals, businesses, and community organizations to succeed. Through Bowman County Development Corporation’s determination, it is creating a reach that goes beyond county lines for the prosperity of the region.

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