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January Chamber Luncheon - Commercial Leases & Business Success - Register Now

Our monthly member luncheon programs comprehensively embody the Chamber's vision of "Growing Business Building Community". The luncheon environment allows our members to meet new and existing members, to learn about business related topics and to build key relationships for growing their businesses. Join us for our monthly luncheon next Wednesday, January 16th at Lake Wilderness Lodge sponsored by Ten Trails. Our topic this month is Commercial Leases & Business Success: What You Don't Know Now Might Hurt You Later …
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January Chamber Luncheon - Commercial Leases & Business Success - Register Now

Our monthly member luncheon programs comprehensively embody the Chamber's vision of "Growing Business Building Community". The luncheon environment allows our members to meet new and existing members, to learn about business related topics and to build key relationships for growing their businesses. Join us for our monthly luncheon next Wednesday, January 16th at Lake Wilderness Lodge sponsored by Ten Trails. Our topic this month is Commercial Leases & Business Success: What You Don't Know Now Might Hurt You Later …
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December Chamber Luncheon - Register Now

He's back....Pastor Steve Murray from Real Life Church will be our guest speaker at our December holiday luncheon. Pastor Steve is a Chamber favorite so make sure to register early and be inspired by his thoughtful words about HOPE during this holiday season. We know it gets busy during the holiday season but we hope you can take an hour or so out of your day to do something positive for yourself and your business! And of course, Mitzel's will provide us with a mouth watering holiday themed lunch. Hope to see you there! $22/Chamber Members $27/Non Members
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"We must all suffer from one of two pains--the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons."   . . Jim Rohn

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