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    Results Found: 9
    Monday, June 19, 2017
    WHEN: June 29, 2017 11:30am (registration) - 1:00pm WHERE: Huikko’s Bowling Center, 1207 MN-25, Buffalo, MN 55313 PRESENTING: Senator Bruce Anderson, Rep. Marion O’Neill, & Rep. Eric Lucero ​​ INFO/REGISTRATION: COST: $25 Member Investors; $40 for Non-Member Investors RSVP to Jeanene Strum, WCEDP 763-477-3035 jstrum@wrightpartnership.org Legislators worked right up ...read more
    Categories: Chamber, Political
    Thursday, June 01, 2017
    GLOBAL LEADERSHIP SUMMIT AT QUARRY COMMUNITY CHURCH, MONTICELLO The Summit is a two-day, world-class experience, on August 10 & 11. It's intellectually rigorous, and creatively inspiring. The Summit is unlike any other leadership event in the world . An aspect that sets the Summit apart is our intentionality to engage not just the leader's mind, but also their heart. Leaders ...read more
    Categories: Community, Community Event, Education, General News Article
    Wednesday, May 31, 2017
    Press release: For immediate Release; Monticello, MN Photo below All Elements, Inc. announces Shawn Brannan (Commercial Division Manager) has recently been elected to the Minnesota Multi Housing Association Board of directors for a two-year term. “As a Vendor Member and someone from the outstate it’s flattering to be nominated, I look forward to my duties on the committees where I ...read more
    Categories: Business Resources/Articles of Interest, Chamber Member News, Chamber, Press Release
    Wednesday, April 26, 2017
    CentraCare Health – Monticello Administrator announces resignation Mary Ellen Wells, Administrator of CentraCare Health – Monticello, announced she will be resigning September 1, 2017. Wells joined CentraCare Health – Monticello in 2013 and has led the organization through four years of growth and revitalization. Under Wells’ leadership, CentraCare Health – ...read more
    Categories: Community, Press Release, General News Article
    Monday, April 24, 2017
    TDS launches 1 Gigabit high-speed internet service for businesses Businesses in Monticello now have access to world-class fiber internet, which is one hundred times faster than average U.S. internet speeds. MADISON, Wis. (April 21, 2017) — Today, TDS Telecom (TDS ® ) announces the availability of 1Gig high-speed internet service for commercial customers in Monticello, N.H. According to ...read more
    Categories: Business Resources/Articles of Interest, General News Article
    Thursday, January 26, 2017
    AN UPDATE ON BUILDING USE CHANGES To help build relationships with commercial property owners and their future tenants, the City of Monticello Community Development and Building Department have prepared a new Change in Use form for realtors, leasing agents, property managers, and property owners to use when there is a proposed change in use to a building or tenant space. The form is designed to ...read more
    Categories: Business Resources/Articles of Interest
    Wednesday, January 11, 2017
    OJT…Training that Works! On-the-Job Training (OJT) Benefits Business and New Employees ■ New hires learn occupational skills and earn a wage at the same time. ■ Business saves time and money. ■ A win-win for business and jobseekers! Why Should You Partner with CMJTS’ OJT Program? ■ Your business is reimbursed for the cost of training a new employee—up ...read more
    Categories: Business Resources/Articles of Interest, Community, General News Article
    Wednesday, January 11, 2017
    Transitional Job Opportunities What is a Transitional Job? A transitional job is a short-term, structured, work experience that takes place at a private, public, or nonprofit business. Purpose The purpose of a transitional job is to enable individuals with a limited work history or industry experience the opportunity to gain meaningful work skills that lead to gainful employment. The Agreement ...read more
    Categories: Business Resources/Articles of Interest, Community, General News Article
    Friday, December 23, 2016
    Angel Funds, which are donated by various organizations and individuals for us to use for students in need. 100% of the donations are used for students and cover things such as negative lunch balances, purchasing coats, shoes and clothing items, purchasing school supplies, covering activity fees and helping pay for field trips. We are seeing more students in need of such funding each year. Last ...read more
    Categories: Business Resources/Articles of Interest, Community, Education, Chamber Member News, Economic, Human Interest

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