RESCHEDULED DUE TO MOTHER NATURE!
Stay Safe Everyone. See you next Wednesday April 25th
Lamers Bus Lines, Inc.
Is hosting April’s Business After 5
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
2665 3rd St North
Monroe, WI 53566
Tour vehicles of all styles
Denise Schindler is promising you will be surprised
at what Lamers can do!
Rumor has it, there will be a driving demonstration!
This event is free and open to all Chamber Members and their employees as well as potential members.
We are excited to announce the Monroe Chamber of Commerce is partnering with the
Monroe Noon Optimists to host this year’s City Wide Garage Sales
This year we will be holding the garages Sales on May 11th and 12th. Mother’s Day weekend always seems to be a nice time to get out, enjoy the spring air and start the bargain hunting. The Chamber of Commerce will assist the Noon Optimists as we had done in the past. The Noon Optimists will be contacting previous participants directly to coordinate this year’s sales. The Chamber of Commerce will continue the role of accepting payments to be a part of the City Wide Garage Sale map and to be included in the advertising. The Monroe Chamber of Commerce is happy to be partnering with the Monroe Noon Optimists to organize the 2018 City Wide Garage Sales. We feel this partnership will be an opportunity for the City Wide Garage Sales to thrive with some new creative ideas and will also provide a platform for the Noon Optimist to share their mission with the community. If you have interest participating in this year’s sales, Please Contact Brandi Camron at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are unfamiliar with the Monroe Noon Optimists, here is just a little insight to their mission and how they are helping our community. At Monroe Noon Optimist we have a upbeat outlook, and commitment to creating a more optimistic future for kids. Communities in the United States, Canada, the nations of the Caribbean and other countries throughout the world have been touched by the powerful, positive force of Optimist Club Members. From sponsoring youth athletic leagues, to weatherizing the homes of the elderly, to conducting oratorical contests for young people—Optimist Clubs are responding to the special needs of our local communities. Although we come from all walks of life, Optimist Club Members share one common trait. We know that we can make a difference in the lives of others. We sponsor the Monroe Jr Optimist Club and many organizations have benefited from our fundraising and volunteering efforts. Such as, The Santa reception, Big Brother Big Sisters, Jacob Swag Foundations, Faith, Green Haven, Family Promise, Childhood Cancer Campaign, Young Eagle Fly In, Merit Center, and many others.
Presenter, David Grunke
Simple Steps for Starting Your Business:
Wednesday My 16, 2018
1505 9th St Monroe Wi
Register by calling 608 325 7648 or email email@example.com
Business Concepts: Funding Sources
This workshop offers information on how to finance your small business.
In this session, discussions include:
- sources of funds,
- accounting the six C’s of credit,
- banking relations,
- ratio analysis,
- and monthly preparation and review of financial statements.
A bank loan officer will give an inside view of how a banker assesses the merits of business plans and loan application.
At the end of the series, you have all of the tools necessary to decide whether or not to launch your small business.
May will conclude the Series on business start up and in June we will turn the attention to maintaining and expanding a well run business.
Southwestern Wisconsin Community Action Program (SWCAP) will be celebrating Community Action Month, an entire month dedicated to programs and services with an anti-poverty mission. Our work is truly at the community level – from food pantries to weatherization to Head Start programs to behavioral health partnerships and so much more, we are committed to making our communities stronger.Please join Michelle Ripp. Michelle is the Operations Director for SWCAP and has been with the agency for 10 years. Prior to that, Michelle worked in the private sector financial industry. She lives in Mineral Point, with her husband and two children.
Tuesday May 22nd
7:30 Networking with light breakfast served
8:00 Presentation By Michelle Ripp
1505 9th St Lower Level Conference Room
This event is free to all Chamber of Commerce Members
Please RSVP to 608 325 7648 or firstname.lastname@example.org