Monday, April 20, 2020 I serving the tri-state region
Attention small businesses (3 to 20 employees) the U.S. Chamber Foundation has teamed up with a coalition of companies to establish the Save Small Business Fund and provide $5,000 grants to help employers get through the days and weeks ahead.

The grant application will go live TODAY at 2:00 PM CDT. Go to to find out all the details and to apply.
Tri-State COVID-19 Hotlines &
State Resources

Dial 2-1–1 Available 24/7

(402) 552-6645  8 AM – 8 PM CST
7 Days a Week


NEW HOTLINE available to help expand access and capacity to Iowans who are limited in English. Interpretations available in Spanish, Arabic, Swahili, Kinyarawanda, Kirundi/Kinyamulenge, French, Burmese, Karen, Karenni, Nepali, Somali, Tigrinya, Kunama, Amharic, Nuer, Mabaan, Vietnamese, Mandarin, and more.  
Mike Naig, Iowa's Secretary of Agriculture met with Siouxland Chamber of Commerce members last week via conference call to discuss the impact of COVID-19 on the Ag industry in Iowa.

🎧 Listen to the meeting audio here . 🎧  
Friday, April 24, 2020
7:30 AM to 8:30 AM
Microsoft Teams Meeting

Click here to join the meeting or use
+1 712-560-3667  United States, Sioux City
Conference ID:  739 482 897#

Dr. Sam Funk, Director of Agriculture Analytics & Research with Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, will join us for a video conference presentation to examine impacts of the USMCA and other recent trade agreements on Iowa agriculture. This is a critical consideration as disruptions from COVID-19 require that we examine all market outlets for the potential to restore economic activity for Iowa and the U.S.

View more instructions for logging into the Teams meeting here .
Friday, April 24, 2020
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Zoom Meeting

After a busy career in healthcare, the next step for most might be slowing down. But not for Melanie Olsen! Join us for this week's Entrepreneur Hour as we learn how Melanie and her husband, Roy, turned their love of enjoying time with friends and wine into their very own business and Woodbury County’s first commercial vineyard, Oscar Carl Vineyard.

RSVP your attendance to Heidi Reinking and a confirmation email will be sent with a meeting link.
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
11:30 AM to 1:00 PM
Zoom Meeting

While some will debate whether leadership traits are learned or inherent, Dr. Cyndi Hanson,  Executive Director of the South Sioux City Extended Campus of Northeast Community College,  is confident that leaders are developed not born. In this WMN session, Dr. Hanson will share ideas on how you can develop your leadership skills – even if you are not in a formal leadership position.

RSVP your attendance to Heidi Reinking and a confirmation email will be sent with a meeting link.

Colt Moninger, Manager
Sioux City, IA 51104

Drew Lahn & Luke Bata
South Sioux City, NE 68775
Show us your progress on your BINGO card. Take a quick snapshot of your card showing us some ways that you have supported our community and post it to your social accounts using the hashtag #SiouxlandChamberBINGO.

Click here to download your card. The game ends on April 30th.
Is your company hiring due to new coronavirus demand? If so, login to your member information center and add your job postings. If you need assistance or would like us to post your job openings for you contact McKenzie Matasovsky by e-mail here .

If you are looking for new employment opportunities see job opportunities here .
The following businesses and o rganizations are observing milestone anniversaries as Siouxland Chamber of Commerce investors.

50 Years
King Reinsch Prosser & Co.
Pepsi Cola of Siouxland
Prodenco Group

45 Years
Bass Advertising
Rocklin Manufacturing

40 Years
Davenport Cleaners
Rudolph's Shoe Mart

20 Years
Professional Pool & Spa
Wireless World

15 Years
Far From Normal
Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church
Richardson Milling

10 Years
Family Health Care of Siouxland - Northside
Mobren Transport
Rick Hanson Plumbing

5 Years
Legacy Solutions LLC - Nick Raitt
Legacy Solutions LLC - Pat Raitt
Legacy Solutions LLC - Rick Easton
Western Iowa Regents Resource Center

1 Year
Gallery 103
It's $5
Oscar Carl Vineyard
What services does Catholic Charities offer? Catholic Charities offers charity, advocacy and mental health services throughout Siouxland. Our doors are open to people of all faiths and backgrounds and our mission is to serve those who are greatest in need. We accept most private insurance, Medicaid, Medicare, and have a sliding-fee-scale based on family income. No one is ever turned away from receiving mental health care due to the inability to pay. We provide individual, couples and family therapy by licensed therapists. We offer FREE mental health assessments for any school-age child through our ‘Pathways’ program. We also connect families in crisis with community resources and provide financial assistance when available.

What is a fun or surprising fact about our company/business? Our agency received a 100% on its 2019 Mental Health Chapter 24 State Licensure Review. The state rarely gives a 100 rating. We are extremely proud of how well this reflects on our therapists and the way they serve the most vulnerable in our community.