Monday, March 15, 2021 I serving the tri-state region
Tue Mar 16 - Ribbon Cutting at 11:30 AM for new Chamber Member, Whitetails Unlimited. This ribbon cutting will be hosted at the Siouxland Chamber of Commerce, 101 Pierce St.
Wed Mar 17 - Ribbon Cutting at 11:30 AM for the Crittenton Center, 6100 Morningside Ave. They are celebrating the expansion of their child care program. Tours will be available following the ribbon cutting.
Fri Mar 19 - Virtual Ribbon Cutting/Tour/Grand Opening at 11:00 AM for Charter Senior Living of Northpark Place. Please join us virtually on Zoom for a tour and celebration for their grand opening. Click here to join or login to Zoom and use Meeting ID: 489 317 2891.
Tue Mar 23 - Ribbon Cutting at 4:00 PM for new Chamber member, Tri-State Nursing Occupational Health and Therapy Services, 3100 South Lakeport St. Following the ribbon cutting there will be refreshments with an Open House until 5:00 PM.
Deadline is March 17th to complete the The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) Business Impact Survey. Click HERE to complete the survey to make sure your response is included.

Tuesday, March 16, 2021
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Siouxland Chamber of Commerce
101 Pierce St.
(In Person and Zoom Available)

Building Your Bench:
How to Set Yourself up for Success
with Succession Planning

This will be a panel discussion featuring Maggie Valladolid with Maurices, Bradley Delfs with Buffalo Wild Wings, Amy Bohle with Great Southern Bank, and Alexa Heeney with Scooters Coffee.

RSVP to McKenzie for the Zoom link.
Government Relations
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
9:00 AM to 9:30 AM*
Virtually via Zoom
Meeting ID: 818 4668 4570 and Passcode: 450434
dial in 312-626-6799 or click here.

The meeting time was adjusted since last week's 'Week at a Glance' publication. It was previously scheduled for 9:30 AM. If you added this to your calendar last week please delete and add the new calendar link below.

Join us for a Zoom conversation with Iowa Speaker of the House Rep. Pat Grassley and House Majority Leader Rep. Matt Windschitl.
Thursday, March 18, 2021
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM
Junior League of Sioux City
Discovery Shop
316 West 7th St.

Hosted by:
This month's in-person Rush Hour Connect is hosted by the Junior League of Sioux City. Join us to thank them for their many years of service in Siouxland! The Discovery Shop is celebrating their 50th Anniversary and Junior League of Sioux City is celebrating 100 YEARS!
Government Relations
Friday, March 19, 2021
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
Virtually via Zoom
Meeting ID: 872 1978 0603 and Passcode: 829922
dial in 312-626-6799 or click here.

Join us for a Zoom Iowa Legislative update from Senator Jim Carlin and Representative Jacob Bossman.
Wednesday, March 24, 2021
12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM
Siouxland Chamber of Commerce
101 Pierce St.
(In Person and Zoom Available)

Career changes, volunteering, serving on boards for multiple community organizations, and working full-time for a local does Emily Vondrak do it? Ladies, join us for the next WMN meeting and learn how one of Siouxland's up and coming leaders balances it all. We'll also review the "What To Do in Sioux" list and discuss how you, your company, and your family can support Siouxland!

RSVP to Heidi for the Zoom link.

Thur Mar 18 - Virtual Fundraising: Tips, Tricks & Hurdles hosted by Iowa State University Extension & Outreach-Woodbury County from 12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM online. The discussion will be led by professionals that have successfully raised funds for their local organizations virtually. This event is free, but registration is required. You can register here and find out more details here.

Now - Mar 28 - Girl Scout Cookie Program: Girls are out and about selling cookies to friends and family, door-to-door in their neighborhoods and stationed at cookie booths outside of local businesses. Click here and enter your zip code to find out how to purchase from our local troop.

Now - Mar 31 - Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month: The June E. Nylen Cancer Center, MercyOne Siouxland Medical Center, UnityPoint Health - St. Luke's, Family Health Care, Siouxland Community Health Center and Family Medicine Center, are working together to help raise awareness about how important colonoscopies are with the hope that they can influence those over age 50 to get screened. Join them in the efforts by printing and posting awareness posters in your business.

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member events here.

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member news here.

Amanda Johnson, Owner
117 Gaul Dr.
Sergeant Bluff, IA 51054

Joey Lafrentz, Owner
2929 Rustin St.
Sioux City, IA 51105
The following businesses and organizations are observing milestone anniversaries as Siouxland Chamber of Commerce investors.

100 Years

30 Years
Connections Area Agency on Aging

20 Years
The Sugar Shack

15 Years
Jensen Imports

10 Years
Century 21 ProLink/Eric Banks
Century 21 ProLink/Barb Maxon
HOM Furniture

5 Years
Century 21 ProLink/Terri Bobian
Martin Brothers Distributing
Meyer Brothers Funeral Home-Jennings St.
Meyer Brothers Funeral Home - Morningside Ave.
Milwaukee Wiener House
Physical Therapy Specialists -Dunes
Sioux City Public Schools Foundation
Square Tire - Gordon Drive
UnityPoint Clinic Occupational Medicine at Riverside
Waste Management of Sioux City
Wireless World - Hamilton Blvd.

1 Year
Anytime Fitness
Beyoutiful Esthetics & Permanent Makeup
Embassy Rehab & Care Center
Epik Destinations
MercyOne Dakota Dunes Heart and Vascular Center Clinic
Surface Solutions
Watson & Carroll
What services does Theodore's Academy offer? We offer preschool and childcare services for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years.

How many years has your business been a Chamber member? Our business opened in March 2020 and has been a Siouxland Chamber member since December 2019.

What do you enjoy most about being a Chamber member? The best part about being a Siouxland Chamber member is knowing we have additional support from our business community. We also love all the connections and resources the Chamber provides its members.

What is a fun or surprising fact about your business?
Our center is built around the idea that the natural exploration of outdoors is a priority. Our age groups are categorized by a garden theme, seedlings, sprouts, blossoms, and little gardeners. We incorporate nature into at least one lesson plan a day per age group and do as many outdoor activities as possible. We have bird baths and bird feeders at the windows of the classrooms. The children have experienced toads, birds, bugs, wildflowers, crops and more.

Find out more about Theodore's Academy here.