Spitzack in the Community

Spitzack Builders is Honored to Support our Community

by Working with Habitat for Humanity


Spitzack Builders has been proud to help fulfill the dream in the creation of the      Lucky Moose Bar & Grill

The Lucky Moose is a home-grown family creation by owners Dawn Anderson and her mother Judy Ostlund, who was born and raised in the Walker area. Dawn did alot of other things in life, but couldn’t shake a life-long urge to create her own establishment. That instinct surely came from her mother who has owned seven restaurants. In 2006 Dawn and mom sat down and made their favorite family recipes official, hired Spitzack builders, as well as log-home builder John Anderson, trucked in the biggest logs they could find and a stuffed moose head or two, and voila! – The Lucky Moose.

The Lucky Moose was designed to keep the bar on one side and the restaurant on the other, to accommodate both kinds of crowds, but drinking and eating of everything goes on throughout, even on our patio. The restaurant can seat up to 144, and there are two separate dining rooms to accommodate private parties of up to 80 people. We also offer a separate upstairs dining/meeting area perfect for small parties or just to get away from the crowd.



Spitzack Builders – Pleased to Sponsor The Lakes Bluegrass Festival August 2013





Spitzack Builders – Partners With The Cass County Economic Development Corporation



Cass County EDC welcomes board member Les Spitzack, owner of Spitzack Builders Inc.

Les Spitzack and Dan Meier of Cass Company Insurance were recently elected to the Cass County Economic Development Corporation Board in 2011.

Spitzak, owner of Spitzak Builders Inc., Walker, has been a self-employed business owner for the past 41 years in the Walker area – first as a resort owner on Leech Lake and most recently in the construction field. He currently employs 10 full-time workers and will bring his knowledge in business, job creation and tourism to the board. Meier, owner, Cass Company Insurance — Hackensack and Pine River, grew up in the area and has a great knowledge of the communities and the people that live here.

Existing board members, Jim Tertin and Cy Struss were re-elected to board positions and all will serve for three years in this volunteer capacity. The Cass County Economic Development Corporation board provides planning, oversight and promotion at the organization.

Struss has served on this board since 2000. He has seen many changes in the organization in those years with new staff, goals and projects. Over the years he has served in the positions of vice president and president and continued as a board member for another three years, saying he would like to continue to see new capital investment and new jobs area created in the market place.

Tertin, director of manufacturing, Magnum Research, Pillager, has served on the Cass County Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors since 2009 with a goal of creating jobs. He has 39 years of experience in the firearms industry and moved his business to Cass County in 2000.

Dave Holk, of Walker, was elected president, Bill Palmer, of Essentia Health will serve as vice president, Lanny Scearcy of Scearcy and Associates is secretary and Jay Cline of Woodland Bank is treasurer. Other board members include Bob Goggleye, Marie Rose and three ex-officio members from Cass County.