Skating party for St. Luke’s frontline workers

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There was free ice time for St. Luke’s employees at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center on Sunday.

It was all to show appreciation for their years of hard work as frontline workers. The DECC donated free ice time and free parking at Amsoil Arena for St. Luke’s workers to enjoy.

St. Luke’s Foundation Executive Director Catherine Carter Huber said the donation was "beyond generous."

"It’s a great way for people to just kind of have something other than work and chores at home to do, just to get out for a unique experience our there with their families. There are lots of little kiddos out there today, some their first time out on skates at the DECC. It’s just been a fun way to see people to burn off some of the energy that accompanies all that we’ve been through the last couple years," Huber said.

Along with ice skating, there was music, food and giveaways for employees and their families and friends.