Tuesday, July 5th, 2016
It's a Terrific Tuesday and 
we hope you had a wonderful 4th of July! 
Here's what's going on This Week in North Baldwin:

The Mayor's Prayer Breakfast

Monday, July 11th

*The Mayor's Prayer Breakfast was moved to the second Monday of July due to the July 4th Holiday
Time: 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Light breakfast served at  8:00am
Where: North Baldwin Infirmary Fitness Center - north side of the hospital
Everyone is invited to come, pray with this dedicated group of Prayer Warriors. We pray for our City, State, elected official and all of our Emergency responders. 

United Bank Will Host Free Small Business Workshops 
in July and August

Rick Zapata of Alabama Extension System 
Will Cover Topics for New and Existing Businesses

Join us Tuesday, July 12th for our 
3rd Quarterly Networking @ Noon!

Free to attend, Lunch is included, RSVP required!

Email kristina@northbaldwinchamber.com to save your seat today!

Lunch sponsored by:

FAULKNER STATE Community College is launching a new program to connect local water and wastewater employers to a pool of interested students: the next generation of water and wastewater professionals in our area. The program will prepare students to take the certification 
test(s) required to work in this field.

Water and wastewater management
careers are interesting, stable, local and  profitable - and they are here to stay.  Whether these students are new to the  field or upgrading their skills, they are crucial to help close the gap between current workforce projections and expected retirements within the next decade.

Classes start in September:

September 6th, 2016 through June 13th, 2017

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 5pm until 8pm

Faulkner State Community College (Bay Minette Campus)

$1,100.00 per Student

204 Continuing Education / Contact Hours

For more information: www.faulknerstate.edu/programs/cpd 

The Baldwin County Education Coalition offers convenient, cost-effective service for school backpacks!

At the start of the new school year, Baldwin County Public School students in grades 3 through 12 will receive a Chromebook computer designed to support academic achievement.  

To avoid parents from incurring any fees related to damages, an approved backpack will be required in order for students to take the Chromebook home.  

The Baldwin County Education Coalition is proud to offer a convenient and cost-effective option for quality backpacks that meet school systems requirements  for students to take their digital device home. The cost includes delivery directly to your home, plus a 3% rebate to the Education Coalition to invest in teacher professional development. CLICK HERE for more details on the program!

Have a Wonderful Week Everyone, and as always we hope to see you out and about in North Baldwin!