Chamber News
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
CEO Conversations this Thursday
Register for CEO Conversations at 11:30AM on Thursday, March 25 at the Commerce Center with Michael Davis of the IOOF Home & Community Therapy Center. 

Davis will discuss his path to becoming CEO, share how he is effectively leading through a pandemic, and will offer advice to young and experienced leaders alike.  

CEO Conversations offers sage advice for finding your way in the business world. Participation is limited to encourage thoughtful, valuable conversations.
Michael Davis
IOOF Home & Community Therapy Center
Breaking Glass - April 8
April’s Breaking Glass Leadership Series features Cynthia (CJ) Warner, the President & CEO for Renewable Energy Group, Inc (REG). REG is an Ames, IA based producer of biodiesel fuel, with a facility in Mason City operating 30-million gallons per year.

This session is set for 8:30AM on Thursday, April 8 on the Third Floor of the Commerce Center, sponsored by First Citizens Bank. Tickets are $10 each for employees of Chamber member businesses and $20 for non-members. In-person attendance is limited to 25, however, a virtual option is also available.
CJ Warner
Renewable Energy Group
Chamber Internship
We're in hiring mode...this time for a summer intern!

We are seeking a part-time marketing/events intern for the summer of 2021; employment could begin late April 2021.

We offer a flexible schedule with opportunities to meet helpful contacts in the North Iowa business community. This internship is geared toward students majoring in public relations, business, journalism, events, and communications. Interns will work a flexible schedule of 12-20 hours per week. 
Government Affairs Update - Week 10
This week's update focuses on the Revenue Estimating Conference (REC) held on March 19. Iowa ranked the second-lowest impacted state due to COVID-19 and Iowa's fiscal responsibility ensures the budget reserves have remained full. Click the button below for more information on REC and other issues including Broadband, TIF, Medical Residents Liability Insurance, and more.
Wellness Tip
Studies have shown that adults who visit the dentist once a year are 37% more likely to report good or better dental health. And adults who report good dental health are almost twice as likely to report good or better overall well-being.

Get your bib on! Improving your well-being could be as easy as scheduling a checkup with a Chamber member dentist.
Member News
Do you have an announcement for your business or an upcoming event? You can submit your events to our online calendar here, and we'll post it in this section of upcoming Chamber News emails.

  • The Malnutrition for Seniors Zoom webinar will take place from 3:30-4:30 on Tuesday, March 3, hosted by TimberCrest at Glen Oaks.

  • Register for the Alcohol Ink Workshop (Ages 13-Adult) from 10AM-Noon on Saturday, April 3 at the MacNider Art Museum.
Hardee's Restaurant
15% off Regular Priced Food Purchase *Not good with any other special offer*
It's Lit Fireworks
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