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Q&A with Clarinda Chamber of Commerce executive director

Elaine Farwell spoke about the importance of local entrepreneurship and shared business advice in an interview with Iowa Business Daily

PELLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Tassel Ridge Winery presents Wine & Slider Saturday

Enjoy a glass of Tassel Ridge wine with your favorite sliders from our new Slider Saturday

ANKENY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: March Legislative Coffee

The Public Affairs Committee of the Ankeny Area Chamber of Commerce hosts the Legislative Coffees to bring our community face-to-face with our legislators.

GREATER MUSCATINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY: Faces of Iowa State

Iowa State University has a long tradition of commissioning portraits, beginning in the 1930s. Continuing this tradition, Iowa artist Rose Frantzen was commissioned to paint portraits of impactful Iowa State University alumni, faculty, staff, and friends resulting in the 39 portraits on display today.

CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS: “Crafts with a Cop” Events Scheduled for Spring Break

The Cedar Rapids Police Department has partnered with Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation to host two “Crafts with a Cop” events at the Northwest Recreation Center, 1340 11th Street NW, during Spring Break.

CITY OF CEDAR RAPIDS: Registration Open for 2018 Police Department Youth Academy

Registration is open for the 2018 Cedar Rapids Police Department Youth Academy. Students entering Kindergarten through 8th Grade have the opportunity to learn more about being a Police Officer and serving the community by participating in a Youth Academy at the Cedar Rapids Police Department, 505 1st Street SW.

GREATER MUSCATINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY: Kimble Bromley:Moby-Dick

Kimble Bromley, Professor of Art at North Dakota State University, will exhibit his Moby-Dick painting series at the Muscatine Art Center from February 15th through April 12th, 2018.

PELLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Stutterin' Jimmy & The Goosebumps at The Cellar Peanut Pub

Jim Enos has coped with a debilitating stutter since the age of five. As a child, he found his love for music in his church’s Sunday School program, but was too self-conscious of his speech impediment to participate in its musical activities.

SIOUXLAND CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 64th Siouxland/Washington Conference

The Siouxland/Washington Conference, held every Spring since 1954, is a unique opportunity to join with community leaders from the tri-state area to travel to Washington, DC and present regional issues of importance to our Congressional delegation.

ANKENY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Business After Hours at Lincoln Savings Bank

Business After Hours is our monthly Networking event. Please attend with business cards in hand.

PELLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: The Journey to your Vision Business Seminar

Every business faces peaks and valleys as they progress through stages of growth. Do you know what stage your business is in and how you can reach the next level?

CLINTON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Clinton High School Tours LyondellBasell’s Clinton Complex

On Tuesday, February 27, LyondellBasell, one of the largest plastics, chemicals and refining companies in the world partnered with Elevate Advanced Manufacturing, a statewide campaign that promotes careers and educational pathways in advanced manufacturing.

DUBUQUE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: 26 Unitypoint Health® Nurses Honored as 100 Great Iowa Nurses

26 UnityPoint Health® Iowa nurses have been selected as part of the 100 Great Iowa Nurses for 2018.

EAGLEGROVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: City Administrator Talks About Eagle Grove Progress

Construction is well underway at the city’s new $21.8 million Wastewater Treatment Plant.

IOWA CITY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Now Accepting Nominations for Excellence in Education

The Chamber is currently seeking nominations for 2018 Excellence in Education Awards.

IOWA CITY AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Applications Now Open for Ag Youth Scholarship

Each year, the Agribusiness/Bioscience Committee offers the Outstanding Agriculture Youth Scholarship in the amount of $2,500 to two graduating high school seniors in Johnson County.

March Madness money: How do tournament teams rank?

From Higher Education Tribune

Of the 68 teams in the NCAA Division I men's basketball tournament, Duke is No. 1 for how much money it makes, grossing more than $34 million – or $2.1 million per player – in 2016, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of the latest federal data.

EAGLE GROVE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Working Woman of the Year

The Chamber is accepting nominations for this years Outstanding Working Woman of the Year Award.

WAVERLY AREA DEVELOPMENT GROUP: Art Walk to be Held on May 5

The Art Walk is Waverly, Iowa’s, annual juried fine arts and crafts show.

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