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Events available for Registration...

Membership Luncheon December 2022, featuring Mayor Absher
12/13/2022
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102nd Marion Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet & Auction - Sponsorship
1/20/2023
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102nd Marion Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet & Auction - Tickets
1/20/2023
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39th annual Marion Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble - Registration
9/22/2023

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39th annual Marion Chamber of Commerce Golf Scramble - Sponsorship
9/22/2023

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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
11/10/2022
 -12/9/2022
Lutheran Social Services - 18th Annual Holiday Toy Drive



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12/1/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/1/2022
Drug Testing & Reasonable Suspicion Training: What You Should Know


Learn to navigate the legal minefield of employee drug testing under federal and Illinois law.

From the ADA, FMLA. NLRA, and Illinois Human Rights Act, drug testing employees provides a complicated legal web that even the most seasoned human resources professionals find challenging. Join Timm Schowalter, partner with Smith Amundsen, in an interactive seminar on the legal complexities of drug testing and key guidelines of reasonable suspicion testing.

Continuing Education: 3.00 HRCI, 3.00 SHRM, 3.00 CLE per attendee request prior to the event, and 3.00 HR & Management/Supervision Compliance Certificate. HR Certification Institute’s® (www.HRCI.org) official seal confirms that the Illinois Chamber meets the criteria for pre-approved recertification credit(s) for any of HRCI’s eight credentials, including SPHR® and PHR®.


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12/1/2022
Unfamiliar with patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets?

Unfamiliar with patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets? Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) experts about intellectual property (IP) basics and potential ways to protect your innovation as you transition from idea to product.

The USPTO offers this free event for aspiring entrepreneurs, innovators, and students every month.

The discussion will cover:

  • An overview of intellectual property types: patents, trademarks, copyrights, and trade secrets
  • Why innovators and entrepreneurs should consider protecting their IP
  • Local resources and assistance available through the USPTO and other agencies

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12/1/2022
Ribbon Cutting - Southern Illinois Rejuvenation Center

Southern Illinois Rejuvenation Center is celebrating the opening of their Marion location on December 1st at 4 pm.  The open house will go from 3 pm to 7pm and include tours and refreshments!
 
If you are unable to attend the ribbon cutting, please call and congratulate them!  618-922-3770.

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12/1/2022
Christmas At the Citadel


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12/3/2022
HUB Holiday Hustle

In conjunction with the Very Merry Marion events, the HUB will host the HUB Holiday Hustle Fun Run/Walk and 5K. So get that ugly Christmas sweater, Santa hat, Elf suit, etc. ready and lets show our city some fun holiday spirit! More details to follow!

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12/3/2022
WEBINAR: The Government’s Attack on “Gig Workers” & Independent Contractors

The Government’s Attack on

“Gig Workers” &

Independent Contractors

Tuesday, December 13, 2022

10:30 am - 12:00 pm

Webinar

Member Rate: $145.00

Non-Member Rate: $175.00

 

Early Bird Rate: Save $25 when you register before

December 3, 2022! 

 

On October 11, 2022, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) announced that it is proposing to do away with the existing independent contractor test that the Trump administration slipped into place in January 2021, in favor of a shift back to a more rigid “totality of circumstances” analysis. Additionally, many states (such as Illinois) along with the several federal agencies (including the National Labor Relations Board) continue to target employers who engage independent contractors.

 

Misclassification of a worker as an “independent contractor” under a plethora of employment and labor laws is a high-stakes issue for employers. Employers who utilize the services of anyone not on their payroll are rolling the dice if they have not properly vetted the classification of independent contractors.

 

Join Labor & Employment Attorney Jeffrey Risch of Amundsen Davis, LLC as he provides employers with the best practices to implement in order to reduce risks associated with establishing and maintaining a bona fide independent contractor relationship against the latest government attacks! 

 

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this presentation are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the official policy or position of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce.

To register or for any questions contact Pam Holleman

at 855-239-6150 or pholleman@ilchamber.org


12/3/2022
 -12/4/2022
Drive Thru Santa

There will be a drive thru Santa at the Marion Pavilion. This is a great event for the kids. 

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12/5/2022
 -12/11/2022
Very Merry Marion Carriage Rides

 Very Merry Marion will be hosting Carriage Rides at the tower square this year. This is a Holiday Event to bring your family out to ride the Carriages. After you get off the Carriage rides you will have good trucks available and many to choose from. Don't miss out and book a Carriage Ride while you can!

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12/6/2022
Illinois Chamber's New Laws Forum

Join us December 6, 2022

3003 Corporate West Drive, Lisle, IL 60532

7:30 am - 4:00 pm | In Person Conference

 

Agenda subject to change

7:30 am – 8:30 am Registration and Breakfast Networking 

Expo is Open

 

8:30 am – 8:55 am Opening Remarks

Aaron Harris, Executive Director, Employment Law Council, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

 

8:55 am – 9:55 am Overview of New and Updated Illinois Laws

Aaron Harris and Jay Shattuck, Employment Law Council, Illinois Chamber of Commerce

Review of legislation to come out of 2022 session and looking forward into 2023 as well as Illinois Chamber initiatives

 

9:55 am – 10:25 am Morning Break & Visit Exhibitors

 

10:25 am – 11:25 am Pay Equity: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities

Garry Straker, VP of Compensation Consulting, Salary.com

Pay equity has evolved and organizations will need to prepare for a changing landscape to recruit and retain key talent in today’s dynamic labor market. Illinois now requires employers to obtain an equal pay certification by submitting an affirmation to the State that their pay practices and policies adhere to equal pay principles set forth in State and Federal laws. Many other states are introducing legislation calling for more transparency and disclosure; and pressure continues from various stakeholders to fully address pay equity issues. This presentation will explore some of the key trends in compensation administration practices to better meet employee expectations, maintain compliance, and positively impact organizational culture.

 

11:25 am – 12:05 pm Investigation and Review Processes

Betsy Madden, Chief Legal Counsel & Ethics Officer, Illinois Department of Human Rights

The Illinois Department of Human Rights (“IDHR”) is a state agency charged with enforcing the Illinois Human Rights Act ("Act"). IDHR enforces the Act by receiving and investigating claims of unlawful discrimination; offers mediation services as an alternative dispute resolution to an investigation; operates a speaker’s bureau where IDHR representatives speak about agency rules & procedures concerning discrimination, retaliation, harassment & sexual harassment; & provides technical assistance & guidance documents related to the prevention of discrimination.

 

12:05 pm – 12:35 pm Lunch

 

12:35 pm – 1:15 pm National Labor Relations Board Update

Angie Cowan Hamada, Regional Director, Region 13, National Labor Relations Board

 

1:15 pm – 2:05 pm Overview of New and Updated Federal Laws

Jeff Risch, SmithAmundsen, LLC

Jeff will review the changes and updates – both those laws already in place or coming for 2023.

 

2:05 pm – 2:25 pm Break and Visit Exhibitors

 

2:25 pm – 3:15 pm Illinois Department of Labor Investigation and Hearing Processes Update

Jane Flanagan, Acting Director, Illinois Department of Labor

 

3:15 pm – 3:35 pm Closing Remarks and Door Prize Giveaways

 

4:00 pm Adjourn


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12/6/2022
9th Annual New Laws Forum

9th Annual New Laws Forum

 

December 6, 2022

Doubletree Hilton

Lisle, IL

 

7:30am - 4pm

 

Member Rate: $249

Non-Member Rate: $299

 

Save $50 when you register

by November 27

Agenda subject to change

 

7:30 a.m.–8:30 a.m. Registration and Breakfast Networking – Expo is open

 

8:30 a.m.–8:55 a.m. Opening Remarks

 

Aaron Harris, Executive Director, Employment Law Council,

Illinois Chamber of Commerce

 

8:55 a.m.–9:55 a.m. Overview of New and Updated Illinois Laws

Aaron Harris and Jay Shattuck, Employment Law Council, Illinois Chamber of Commerce Review of legislation to come out of 2022 session and looking forward into 2023 as well as Illinois Chamber initiatives

 

9:55 a.m.–10:25 a.m. Morning Break & Visit Exhibitors

 

10:25 a.m. – 11:25 a.m. Pay Equity: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities

Garry Straker, VP of Compensation Consulting, Salary.com

Pay equity has evolved and organizations will need to prepare for a changing landscape in order to recruit and retain key talent in today’s dynamic labor market. The State of Illinois now requires employers to obtain an equal pay certification by submitting an affirmation to the State that their pay practices and policies adhere to equal pay principles set forth in State and Federal laws. Many other states are introducing legislation calling for more transparency and disclosure.; and pressure continues from various stakeholders to fully address pay equity issues. This presentation will explore some of the key trends in compensation administration practices to better meet employee expectations, maintain compliance, and positively impact organizational culture.

 

11:25 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. Investigation and Review Processes

Betsy Madden, Chief Legal Counsel & Ethics Officer, Illinois Department of Human Rights

The Illinois Department of Human Rights (“IDHR”) is a state agency charged with enforcing the Illinois Human Rights Act ("Act"). IDHR enforces the Act by receiving and investigating claims of unlawful discrimination; offers mediation services as an alternative dispute resolution to an investigation; operates a speaker’s bureau where IDHR representatives speak about agency rules & procedures concerning discrimination, retaliation, harassment & sexual harassment; & provides technical assistance & guidance documents related to the prevention of discrimination.

 

12:05 p.m. – 12:35 p.m. Lunch

 

12:35 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. National Labor Relations Board Update

Angie Cowan Hamada, Regional Director, Region 13, National Labor Relations Board

 

1:15 p.m.– 2:05 p.m. Overview of New and Updated Federal Laws

Jeff Risch, SmithAmundsen, LLC

Jeff will review the changes and updates – both those laws already in place or coming for 2023.

 

2:05 p.m. – 2:25 p.m. Break and visit exhibitors

 

2:25 p.m.- 3:15 p.m. Illinois Department of Labor Investigation and Hearing Processes Update

Jane Flanagan, Acting Director, Illinois Department of Labor

 

 

3:15 p.m. – 3:35 p.m. Closing remarks and door prize giveaways

 

4:00 pm Adjourn

Continuing Education Offered

Register Today!
Please contact Pam Holleman at pholleman@ilchamber.org or 855-239-6150.

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12/8/2022
Protect Your Reputation from Bad Publicity: Cancelling Cancel Culture


12/10/2022
Pancakes and Pajamas

Join us at the Marion Senior Citizens Center for pancakes and pajamas! We hear a special guest is scheduled to make an appearance too!
Reservations are required as space is limited. We will update soon on how to make your reservation!

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12/13/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/13/2022
Jackson County Youth Community Collaboration Committee meeting



Centerstone’s YCC seeks members of the Jackson County business community (November 9, 2022) – Centerstone, a nonprofit health system specializing in mental health and substance use disorder treatments, will host its Youth Community Collaboration (YCC) Committee meeting on December 13 from 9 – 10 a.m. on Zoom.   Centerstone is seeking persons who work in the business sector to serve on the YCC. YCC is a group of adult volunteers who want to prevent youth violence and delinquency by surrounding youth with a strong community support system. Research shows that empowering the community to have this level of engagement with youth decreases traditional behavioral problems. YCC’s adult volunteers need to be currently living or working in Jackson County. Volunteers are asked to attend monthly meetings on the second Tuesday via Zoom. There is no cost to participate in this committee - only your time as a volunteer. For more information or to join, contact Magdalena Dul at (618) 305-4618 or magdalena.dul@centerstone.org. Support for this committee is made possible by funding from the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery through a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). YCC is sponsored by Centerstone’s Illinois Community Youth Services (CYS) program, which serves Jackson County.  “Centerstone’s Community Youth Services aims to increase positive social activities and community engagement through three components: positive youth development, the Youth Action Committee and the YCC,” said Magdalena Dul, Centerstone community youth organizer. CYS builds a number of skills such as:
  • Communication
  • Decision making
  • Goal setting
  • Anger and stress management
  • Resistance to peer pressure
  • Problem solving
  • Values
  • Diversity awareness
CYS not only oversees the YCC but also the Youth Action Committee (YAC), which is comprised of 11-24 year-olds living in Carbondale and Murphysboro in Jackson County. YAC works to identify gaps in services and resources for youth within their local communities and how to better market those resources to other youth. With the support of educators, YAC meets semi-monthly during lunch. Aside from making a positive impact in the community, youth who serve on YAC:
  • Build or enhance skills including decision-making, communication, goal setting, teamwork, problem-solving, stress management, self-esteem, character building, anger & stress management, resistance to pressure, values, diversity & inclusion, and resiliency.
  • Meet new people and make new friends
  • Obtain a sense of belonging to a group
  • Enjoy socialization and field trips
  • Mentorship opportunities
  • Employment information and career training
  • Receive giveaways, gift cards, prizes, and more
There is no cost to participate in YAC. The committee’s programming is free due to funding from the Illinois Department of Human Services, Division of Substance Use Prevention and Recovery through a grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). To get started on the YAC, contact Magdalena Dul at (618) 305-4618 or magdalena.dul@centerstone.org. About Centerstone Centerstone is a nonprofit health system providing mental health and substance use disorder treatments. Services are available nationally through the operation of outpatient clinics, residential programs, the use of telehealth and an inpatient hospital. Centerstone also features specialized programs for the military community, therapeutic foster care, children’s services and employee assistance programs. Centerstone’s Research Institute provides guidance through research and technology, leveraging the best practices for use in all our communities. Centerstone’s Foundation secures philanthropic resources to support the work and mission of delivering care that changes people’s lives. ### Flier for event ### WHAT:            Youth Community Collaboration Committee meeting WHEN:            December 13, 9 – 10 a.m. WHERE:           Zoom DESCRIPTION: Centerstone, a nonprofit health system specializing in mental health and substance use disorder treatments, will host the Youth Community Collaboration (YCC) Committee meeting on December 13 from 9 – 10 a.m. on Zoom.  For more information or to join, contact Magdalena Dul at (618) 305-4618 or magdalena.dul@centerstone.org.

12/14/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/14/2022
Coffee & Community: A Marion Med Patient Event

Marion Medical Patients are invited to join us for a special event! Coffee, Cannabis & Community gives med patients the opportunity to connect with other patients, consult with Consume advisors and enjoy breakfast.
This event is for medical patients only. Curbside pickup will not be available during the event.

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12/14/2022
Wage and Hour Issues to Watch Out For in 2023: For Illinois and California Employers


12/15/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/15/2022
MC: Legislative Affairs Committee

Monthly Meeting of the Marion Chamber of Commerce Legislative Affairs Committee.  Traditionally on the third Thursday of the month at 8 am.  Agenda and location will be sent to committee members prior to the meeting.


 

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12/15/2022
Adapting to Change and Leading Your Team to Excel Through Change Class

Adapting to Change and Leading Your Team to Excel Through Change

 

Thursday, December 15, 2022

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

 

NIU Center

1120 E. Diehl Road

Naperville, IL 60563

 

Member Rate: $259.00

Non-Member Rate: $309.00

 

Early Bird Rate: Save $50 when you register before December 5, 2022! 

Continuing Education Offered

  • 3.0 HRCI
  • 3.0 SHRM
  • 3.0 HR & Management/ Supervision Compliance

Business has changed. It may never be the same. COVID turned our world upside down. Customers have changed as well. They are more cost-conscious, have higher expectations, and more “service-savvy” than ever.

 

Furthermore, competition is fierce. Today, the marketplace demands that we adapt to the changes that have occurred, take a good hard look at the way we do business, and implement necessary changes to create and sustain a successful future. But if not managed properly: frustrated leaders, disgruntled employees, average sales, and poor customer service can be the result. This session will help you to manage the human side of change and provide you with a step-by-step approach for successful change implementation.

 

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this presentation are solely those of the presenter and do not necessarily represent the official policy or position of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce.

Register Today!
Please contact Pam Holleman at pholleman@ilchamber.org or 855-239-6150.

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12/16/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/19/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/20/2022
Eats@EThOs Community Connection Lunch

Join us for our Community Connection Luncheon catered by Smokin' K's BBQ & Cajun Cuisine. Connect with business leaders, entrepreneurs, and other community leaders over lunch.

Lunch is $10.00 per person, cash or credit. 

Fridays from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM
EThOs Small Business Incubator & Co-working Spaces
Tower Square Plaza in The Citadel Building

To learn about this event and upcoming projects at EThOs, check out https://members.ethosmarion.org/
RSVP at haley@watermarkethos.org

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12/20/2022
MC: Membership Committee

Monthly Meeting of the Marion Chamber of Commerce Membership Committee.  Traditionally on the third Tuesday of month at noon.  Agenda and location will be sent to committee members prior to the meeting.


 

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12/21/2022
MC: Marketing Committee

Monthly Meeting of the Marion Chamber of Commerce Marketing Committee.  Traditionally on the third Wednesday of month at 8 am.  Agenda and location will be sent to committee members.


 

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12/28/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room


12/28/2022
MC: Leadership Marion Committee Meeting

Planning meeting for the Leadership Marion program. This group meets monthly to plan quarterly projects geared around leadership development and the development of the workers of tomorrow. To join this committee, call the office.

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12/29/2022
Upcoming Williamson County Blood Drives

Upcoming Blood Drives in Williamson County

11/25, Veteran’s Airport drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

11/29, Aldersgate Methodist Church drive, running from 12-5, in the Aldersgate Methodist Church gym

11/29, John A. Logan College drive, running from 10-2, in the JALC conference center (F Wing)

 

12/1, Pepsi MidAmerica drive, running from 11-3, in the Pepsi MidAmerica main area/lobby

12/13, Johnston City High School In Honor Of drive, running from 12-4 in the Johnston City HS gym

12/14, Grange Hall Freewill Baptist Church drive, running from 1-6, in the Grange Hall gym

12/15, Carterville Community drive, running from 12-5, in the Carterville Community Center

12/16, Herrin Hospital drive, running from 10-2, in the Herrin Hospital – Medical Arts Conference Center – conference room

12/19, Withers Broadcasting/Dana Communications drive, running from 1-6, in the Marion Masonic Lodge – great room

12/28, River Radio Marion drive, running from 12-5, in the Veteran’s Airport – Charter Lounge

12/29, Johnston City Community drive, running from 2-6, in the Redemption Church – student room