Monday, November 18, 2019 I serving the tri-state region
Mon Nov 18 - Ribbon Cutting at 5:00 PM for CNOS-Morningside, 5708 Sunnybrook Court. They are celebrating their new Morningside location.
Wed Nov 20 - Ribbon Cutting at 11:30 AM for new Chamber member, Edward Jones-Megan King, 3071 Floyd Blvd. Open house from 11:30 AM to 2:00 PM. Visitors to the open house may help those less fortunate in the community by bringing in canned food items to support the Food Bank of Siouxland.
Fri Nov 22 - Ribbon Cutting at 11:30 AM for Sioux City Convention Center-Kinseth Hospitality, 801 4th St. They are celebrating their renovated ballroom (Gallery C). Beverages and hors d'oeuvres will be featured as well.
Tuesday, November 19, 2019
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Siouxland Chamber Office
101 Pierce St.

This group provides Siouxland retailers the opportunity to get together, meet their "neighbors", support and learn from each other's successes and road blocks, establish working relationships in the community, and promote the retail industry.

Wednesday, November 20, 2019
12:00 Noon to 1:00 PM
Siouxland Chamber Office
101 Pierce St.

Our Small Business Education Series and Ag Committee are teaming up to discuss trade and tariffs this month. Trade and tariffs are topics in the news on a daily basis. Join us and hear from a tri-state legislative panel on what's being done to not only protect but grow our ag industry.

Thursday, November 21, 2019
4:30 PM to 6:00 PM

Hosted by:
Sioux City Employment Office
4501 Southern Hills Drive - Suite 13
Sioux City, IA
Friday, November 22, 2019
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM
Siouxland Chamber Office
101 Pierce St.

Greg Grupp, board member with the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation will be our featured guest and will educate attendees on Iowa's Water and Land Legacy (IWILL) and the potential discussion in the 2020 Iowa legislative session.
Friday, November 22, 2019
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Siouxland Chamber Office
101 Pierce St.

Join us for this month's Entrepreneur Hour and hear Zack Durr's entrepreneurial story from working for a large supplement company to becoming his own boss and opening two Science Nutrition locations in Siouxland and creating his own supplement line.

🎧   Listen to past Entrepreneur Hours  here . 🎧
Registration is open for Leaders of Tomorrow
Leaders of Tomorrow is a development program sponsored by the South Sioux City Area Chamber of Commerce and will be held the 2nd Tuesday of each month from January through May, 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM at The College Center, 1001 College Way, South Sioux City, NE. Register and find out more here.

We're excited to share that we have added a new "Member Events Calendar" to our website.

As a Chamber member you can submit your events free of charge. To submit an event and view events - click here.
Create FREE custom downloadable marketing materials for your social networks, site and storefront  here.

Ted Hamilton, President
600 A St. Suite B
South Sioux City, NE 68776
The following businesses and organizations are observing milestone anniversaries as Siouxland Chamber of Commerce investors.

35 Years
Mid-Step Services

30 Years
Christy-Smith Funeral Homes

25 Years
Electronic Engineering

20 Years
ABM Parking Services
Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center
Rosecrance Jackson Centers
Siouxland Medical Doctors dba Patient Preferred
USD Foundation

15 Years
Promenade Cinema 14
Sioux City Ford Lincoln

10 Years
Casselman Apartments
Country Club Apartments
Kuehn Auto Sales
Lawler Fixture Company

5 Years
Inside-Out Family Chiropractic
Michels Communications Corporation
Pulse Marketing

1 Year
Ear Nose & Throat Consultants & The Hearing Place
Louie's Cleaning and Disaster Restoration
Value Marts
What services do you offer?
We are the Senior Center. We offer over 65 programs, activities, events, support groups, and classes each week in the areas of health/wellness, fitness, education, socialization, and FUN.

What do you enjoy most about being a Chamber member? We enjoy meeting and connecting with other business leaders in Siouxland. .

What is a fun or surprising fact about your business?
The Senior Center in Sioux City started because of a dream. Beulah Webb, who is considered one of the great senior ladies of Iowa, had a dream of giving the seniors in Sioux City a place to hang out besides the bus depot and the shoe department at Younkers. As far back as 1969, Beulah Webb imagined a place downtown where seniors could stop to rest and feel at home. After almost two years of fundraising the Senior Center opened its doors on November 1, 1974. The original location was at 406 5th St.