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Are you dizzy? Are you having trouble with falls?
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Ask the Expert
Kevin Griggs, PT, OCS
Physical Therapist ~ Center Manager
When: August 20th, 2:00 - 3:00 pm
Where: Marion Carnegie Library
206 S Market Street, Marion
RSVP: Via phone call or text message
Stephanie Mings 618-231-3428
You are invited to the August Leadership Marion Lunch & Learn with special guest Thanet Natisri. Thanet, owner of Thai D restaurant in Marion, is well-known internationally for his leadership in the 2018 rescue of a youth soccer team trapped in a cave in Thailand. Thanet leads projects to bring fresh drinking water to Thailand and other surrounding countries. Most recently, he has helped flood relief in Alexander County in Illinois. Join us as we learn from an action-oriented local and international leader.
The registration fee for this event is $20 for members of the Marion Chamber ($25 for nonmembers), payable to the Marion Chamber of Commerce.
2 CEU and CME credits are Available! Office of the Illinois Attorney General State SANE Coordinator, Jaclyn Rodriguez BSN, BS, RN, SANE-A, will discuss that improved legislation for Illinois sexual assault survivors has begun to take effect.
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The HUB Youth Center
CPR Education Session for The HUB Heart Walk Fundraising Team
Learn American Heart Association lifesaving procedures in this class while helping us raise funds for the AHA’s Upcoming Heart Walk on September 21 at Walker’s Bluff.
What Will This Session Cover?
How to call for help, procedures for Adult, Child, Infant CPR and Choking, Overview of an AED-what it is and how it works.
*THIS IS NOT A CERTIFICATION CLASS*
How Can You Help?
Attend the class, learn lifesaving measures and help us raise money for our Heart Walk Team. A $25 per person donation is required prior to attending the class.
Cash or Check Payable to: American Heart Association
14 Years Old & Older May Attend
Space is Limited - RSVP Required at The HUB Front Desk
Contact Instructor: Chris at email@example.com or (618) 997-2HUB ext. 150
The Marion Cultural and Civic Center event will have local athletes as well as competitors from other parts of the United States.
Sponsorships are currently available for this event!
Doors open at 6pm on September 5th 2019
Opening Acts – TBD
Feature Entertainment – Confederate Railroad
General admission tickets for this all ages standing room only show are only $20.00 and can be purchased at http://tickets.blackdiamond-hd.com
For sponsorship opportunities or group sales inquiries call the Marketing department at 618-997-4577 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets will also be available for purchase with cash or check at Black Diamond Harley-Davidson, Black Diamond RV and Roadhouse Harley-Davidson.
CONFEDERATE RAILROAD - Overnight sensation. One of the most over-used and misapplied coronations ever. It’s been used to describe Confederate Railroad in that very manner. In the case of Railroad, it most often refers to the frenzy that surrounded the mega-hit, “Trashy Women.” From lead singer, Danny Shirley’s perspective, “We weren’t an overnight sensation; ‘Trashy Women’ was.” www.confederaterailroad.com
No coolers allowed. No animals allowed. Alcoholic drink sales onsite to adults 21+ ID REQUIRED.
Join us for our 1 year anniversary party!
Athletico Physical Therapy
Refreshments will be provided.
Raffle and prize!
Marion Chamber Community Block Party at Heartland Regional Medical Center - Sponsor/Vendor Registration
Before Marion High School’s first home football game the Marion Chamber of Commerce invites community to kick-off the 2019 season with a Pre-Game Block Party! Food, drink and festivities are provided free-to-the-public event by Chamber Members. Visitors just need to bring their Wildcat Pride!
Twilight 5K begins at 7pm.
Pre-registration before August 23rd = $20; Ages 14 & Under = $10
Pre-registration guarantees souvenir race shirt
Race Day registration = $25; Ages 14 & Under = $15
Race day registration & packet pickup will be held in front of the Carterville Community Center from 5 - 6:30pm on Race Day.
Register online at www.cartervillechamber.com
Medals to top 3 male and female in multiple age divisions. $250 purse for fastest male and female.
The race starts and finishes at the Carterville Lions Club Free Fair at Cannon Park.
Malone's Kids' Fun Run starts at 6pm. Awards for all finishers.
Chip timing by Run to Succeed.
For more information contact the Carterville Chamber office at (618) 985-6942.
Join us on the square for an evening filled with cars, food, fun and prizes. This is a family event so bring the kids and your camera and get some pictures that will last beyond a lifetime.
You’re invited to a special local preview of Ken Burns’ newest documentary masterpiece: Country Music. Join us at the Marion Cultural and Civic Center in Marion, IL on Sat, Sept. 7 at 7pm (doors open at 6pm). Watch the first hour of the film, enjoy live music by local musician Jenny Johnson, and meet county music fans from around the region. Free and open to the public. Visit wsiu.org/countrymusic for tickets and additional information. Country Music is sponsored locally by Megabytes Technology Services and Hudgins Orthodontics.
Individuals with disabilities are welcomed. Call (618) 453-4344 to request accommodations.