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Women in Business Jan. 24, 2017: Social Media Marketing 101

Jamie Alvarez of GBSM was the guest speaker at the January 24 Women in Business meeting. Alvarez specializes in social
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WORK WELL 2.0 HEALTH SERIES, JANUARY 18, 2017: WALKING THE TALK IN WORKSITE WELLNESS

The January 18 Work Well 2.0 Health Series meeting began with a panel discussion covering the Worksite Wellness Grant, which
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Government Affairs, Education, and Energy, Jan. 9 & 19, 2017: Breakfast and Bills

On January 9, 2017, The Chamber’s Government Affairs committee held the Pre-Session Legislators’ Breakfast at The Community College of Aurora.
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Business for the Arts, Jan. 3, 2017: Newsflash – Laughter is Great Medicine

The Chamber’s Business for the Arts group ushered 2017 in with hearty laughter and lots of fun – thanks to
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Business for the Arts, Dec. 6, 2016: Singing in the holiday season – with wreaths, too!

The early morning performances of the Rangeview Rhapsody and The Aurora Singers at the Business for the Arts Holiday Gathering
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Homelessness does not discriminate

Homelessness in Aurora – A conversation with Shelly McKittrick, Homeless Program Director for the City of Aurora – December 2016
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Diversity and Inclusion Council, Nov. 4, 2016: A Safer Community “by the Day”

Aurora Police Department’s Chief Nick Metz was the guest speaker at the Nov. 4 Diversity and Inclusion Council. Metz spoke
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Women in Business, Sept. 27, 2016: What is the CELL?

The CELL – or Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab – is dedicated to the prevention of terrorism through education, empowerment, and
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Chamber takes a stand on Nov. 8 Ballot issues

 The Aurora Chamber of Commerce has taken positions on the following November 2016 ballot issues:        OPPOSE Amendment 69:
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Business for the Arts, Sept. 6, 2016: Support the arts by voting yes for SCFD

The Chamber’s Business for the Arts committee experienced music, art, and politics at their September 6 meeting. The morning started
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