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YPN Weekly Update!

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Young Professionals Network Muscatine
Weekly Update

April 5, 2017       

            

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t Miss April Third Thursday!

 

 

 

 

 

 

You’re invited to join us for the next Third Thursday, April 20th @ 5:30 PM at the Muscatine History and Industry Center located at 117 W. 2nd Street. 

 

Corporate supporters of the April Third Thursday are 

 

First National Bank of Muscatine and
HNI Corporation.  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YP of the Year – Lindsey Phillips!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Each year, YPN Muscatine recognizes one member who has proven themselves to be dedicated to the betterment of Muscatine and the YPN organization. 
 
This year, the leadership group unanimously selected Lindsey Phillips, current director of the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. 
 
Lindsey was awarded this title at the Greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce & Industry’s Annual Meeting last week. 
 
We reached out to some of those who work with Lindsey to get a more rounded picture of her dedication:

 

“Lindsey first started at Big Brothers Big Sisters as enrollment and matching staff, recruiting, interviewing, training and matching children with adult and high school volunteers. She was generally the first face volunteers, kids and their families saw upon enrolling in the program. She treated everyone with kindness and generosity, making them feel welcome and at ease. Upon transitioning into the role as program director, she continues to exude that same hands-on approach, welcoming Bigs, Littles and their families. Her commitment to the program has never wavered as she upholds the mission of Big Brothers Big Sisters to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.” – Jessica H.

 

The YPN leadership group is extremely grateful for the work that Lindsey does each and every day to make sure that our events are well-organized and that our members know what other activities are upcoming. Lindsey is most often the first in line to volunteer herself for any project.

 

Congratulations Lindsey, you are a great asset to our group!

 

 

 

 

 

YPN Member Spotlight!

 

Tyler Arnburg

 

 

 

 

 

Hometown:

 

 

 

Clear Lake, IA

 

 

 

Other places you’ve lived:

 

 

 

Ames & Muscatine, IA

 

 

 

Employer:

 

 

 

HNI Corporation

 

 

 

Position:

 

 

 

ECDP Engineer

 

 

 

Favorite Local Restaurant:

 

 

 

Chicharo’s! Their tacos & burritos cannot be beat.

 

 

 

Previous employer/positions or general overview of experience:

 

 

 

I interned with both HON and Allsteel before signing on with HNI full-time, I’ve previously had experience as a Supply Chain Engineer, Manufacturing EngineerIndustrial Engineer, and Product Engineer as well.
 

 

 

 

College/Major:

 

 

 

I attended Iowa State University for a degree in Industrial Technology.
 

 

 

 

What do you like to do for fun?

 

 

 

Anything outdoors really, downhill skiing, boating, wake boarding, golfing, volleyball, etc.

 

 

 

Why did you join YPN?

 

 

 

Like most individuals, I joined YPN to expand my professional network. HNI has a large number of young professionals, but it’s nice to meet individuals in other professions as well as becoming more involved in the overall community.

 

 

 

What is your favorite YPN event?

 

 

 

My favorite YPN event would be the event held at Contrary Brewery each year.

 

 

 

What event would you like to see YPN do?

 

 

 

I think it’d be cool to see YPN do a networking event on the river boat here in town. I think it’d be a unique experience for everyone and a great way to meet new people in the community.

 

 

 

Anything else?

 

 

 

GO CYCLONES!

 

 

 

 

Membership Deals!

 
*Don’t miss out on these great deals! If you haven’t received your discount card yet, please contact Dena at moc.csumbnfnull@arierrefd
Community Events

 

Here’s an article you may have missed this week if you don’t follow us on Facebook…

 

Follow us on Facebook (/ypnmuscatine) and on Twitter (@MuscatineYPN)

 

Website Update

 

Have you been on our website lately? Did you feel like a stranger? Did you even know we had a website? Our website has changed! We hope that you can get more out of our new website, still at ypnmuscatine.org. Soon the weekly updates and much more will be available on our updated site, but we would like your help first. Is there something you would like to see on our website? Let us know by emailing moc.semoHlhuRnull@reinuMhteS!

 

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Leadership Council
Immediate Past Chair
Kyle Probst,
Social Committee Chair
Lindsey Phillips,
Community & Professional Development Chair & Treasurer
Dena Ferreira
,
Membership Committee Chair
Alicia Bull, 

GMCCI Liaison
“The Young Professionals Network is a personal and professional development organization designed to allow members to interact socially, exchange ideas, share common interests, and build a better Muscatine community.” 
YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761
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RSVP for January’s Third Thursday!

Category : Newsletter

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When
Thursday January 19, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM CST
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Where

Geneva Golf and Country Club
3100 Bidwell Rd
Muscatine, IA 52761

Driving Directions

Greetings!

Join us for YPN’s annual kickoff event and wrap-up to our membership drive!

January 19th from 5:30 – 7:30pm
@

Geneva Golf & Country Club

3100 Bidwell Road, Muscatine
Enjoy delicious food, drinks, and socializing with other YP’s!  Be sure to sign up for your 2017 membership as we will be drawing for some great prizes which include:

An Amazon Echo
(2) Amazon Fire TV Sticks
$250.00 worth of gift certificates to local businesses!
*Must be present to win
Supporters for this event are GMCCI and Geneva Golf and Country Club.

 

YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761
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Weekly Update from YPN

Category : Newsletter

 

Young Professionals Network Muscatine
Weekly Update

December 28, 2016       

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  Save The Date
 

 

Join us for our next Third Thursday! 
Our annual kickoff event and wrap-up to our membership drive will take place on:

 

 

January 19th – 5:30 – 7:30pm
Geneva Golf & Country Club

 

Enjoy delicious food, drinks, and socializing with other YP’s!
Be sure to sign up for your 2017 membership as we will be drawing for some great prizes which include:
An Amazon Echo

 

 

(2) Amazon Fire TV Sticks

 

 

$250.00 worth of gift certificates to local businesses!
*Must be present to win

Our corporate supporters for this event are GMCCI and Geneva Golf & Country Club.

 

 

 

 

 


Thank you to the Rotary Club of Muscatine
for hosting us and putting together a great networking event today!
We appreciate all you do for the community and look forward to working together in the future.

Seth Munier spoke about the great things YPN does in the
community and how the Rotary and YPN can work together.

 

 

 

Member Spotlight!  

 

Name: Lauren Foxwell
Hometown: Monona, IA
Other places you’ve lived: Ames, IA; Monticello, IA; Red Wing, MN;
and Muscatine
Employer: HNI Corporation
Position: Product Development Engineer for HNI Leveraged Furniture Operations.
Favorite Local Restaurant: Tee’s, especially for the ice cream snowstorms!
Previous employer/positions or general overview of experience: I just finished the Early Career Development Program at HNI where I completed 6 rotations in either engineering, operations, or supply chain.
College/Major: I attended Iowa State University and my degree is in Mechanical Engineering.
What do you like to do for fun? Outdoor things in the summer like hiking, kayaking, or camping; otherwise traveling, photography, crocheting, painting, and learning new instruments.
Why did you join YPN? Being from a small town, I see a lot of value in community involvement and I wanted to be part of a group of other people who might also be new to town and looking to get plugged in.
What is your favorite YPN event? Visiting Ardon Creek winery was probably one of my favorites!
What event would you like to see YPN do? I would like to see a joint event with the Quad Cities YPN group.

Anything else? Ich kann Deutsch sprechen!

 

Third Thursday Re-Cap!

YPN gathered the evening of December 8th

 

for the December “Third Thursday” Ugly Christmas Sweater party at Rosebowl. There were some truly awful sweaters and  bowling to match.    

 

Congrats to Monica Fulscher for winning the UGLY sweater contest!

 

Members collected well over $100 worth of new unwrapped toys to be donated to Toy Time. Along with the toys donated by members the YPN organization also makes a contribution on behalf of all members.

 

The December Third Thursday was supported by Voice of Muscatine – KWPC AM 860 & FM 95.1 and Monsanto!

 

 

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A group of YPN members wrapped gifts for Pearl City Outreach’s annual Christmas dinner and party on
December 16th.

 


This event serves hundreds in the community and helps make the holiday season a little brighter for those attending.

Thank you to those who volunteered their time and to Pastor Sharon Phillips for putting on such great events in the community!

 

            

 

 

YPN donated 20 bags of food to the Hawkeye Hauler
for Freezin’ For Food!

 

          
  Membership Deals!

 

 
*Don’t miss out on these great deals! If you haven’t received your discount card yet, please contact Dena at
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Job Opportunities

Muscatine Power and Water Job Opportunity
Muscatine Power and Water is immediately seeking a Manager, Information Systems to complete our IS team.  This position will offer exciting challenges and will thrive with a creative leader that will identify, recommend, develop, and implement cost-effective solutions as it pertains to new technology.
You will work alongside and manage your own top notch IS team in ways of strategic planning, nurturing innovation, and planning projects!  Does this sound like something that interests you? Keep reading….
Bachelor’s Degree with an emphasis in Information Systems or Computer Science, or equivalent combination of work experience and education is required. Minimum of four years’ supervisory experience, and strong technical knowledge of network hardware, protocols, and standards.  Innovative and forward thinking, company and community involvement, and ability to take ownership are attractive qualities that are encouraged of current and prospective employees.
Salary range starting at $90K DOQ. Excellent benefits, including pension and deferred compensation! Great work environment and a great opportunity to leverage your skills and talents in managing your team as you lead change in the ever-changing world of IT! Don’t miss out on this EXCITING opportunity, email your resume and salary requirements to gro.wpmnull@spillihpt or apply at www.mpw.org/careers TODAY!
Volunteer Opportunities

Here are some of the articles that you may have missed this week if you don’t follow us on Facebook…
It turns out Iowa is an objectively great place to live.

 

Website Update

 

Have you been on our website lately? Did you feel like a stranger? Did you even know we had a website? Our website has changed! We hope that you can get more out of our new website, still at ypnmuscatine.org. Soon the weekly updates and much more will be available on our updated site, but we would like your help first. Is there something you would like to see on our website? Let us know by emailing moc.semoHlhuRnull@reinuMhteS!

 

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Leadership Council
Immediate Past Chair
Kyle Probst,
Social Committee Chair
Lindsey Phillips,
Community & Professional Development Chair
Dena Ferreira
,
Membership Committee Chair
Jodi Hansen,  

GMCCI Liaison
“The Young Professionals Network is a personal and professional development organization designed to allow members to interact socially, exchange ideas, share common interests, and build a better Muscatine community.” 
YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761
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RSVP for November’s Third Thursday!

Category : News

YPN November Third Thursday
When
Thursday November 17, 2016 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM CST
 
Where
DaBeet’s Bistro & Wine Bar
128 E 2nd St
Muscatine, IA 52761
Greetings!

Don’t miss this month’s Third Thursday at Downtown Muscatine’s newest restaurant!

Our corporate supporters for this event are:
First National Bank and HON.

If you have friends that aren’t members of YPN that work at either of these fine employers, they get in FREE this month!

This month is also our first month of the 2017 membership drive.

If you sign up and pay for your 2017 membership at this event, you will received 3 raffle tickets to use towards great prizes at our January event. If you wait until December, you still get 2 tickets. If you sign up in January, you only get a single ticket. So triple your odds and sign up today using our 

 

Register Now!

 

YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761
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Weekly Update from YPN

Category : Newsletter

Young Professionals Network Muscatine
Weekly Update
November 10, 2016 

        

Don’t Miss This Month’s Third Thursday! 

Make Sure to RSVP!!!!! 

Where: DaBeet’s Bistro & Wine Bar

When: Nov. 17th from 5:30-7:30pm
 

Our corporate supporters for this event are:
First National Bank and HON.

If you have friends that aren’t members of YPN that work at either of these fine employers, they get in FREE this month!

This month is also our first month of the 2017 membership drive. If you sign up and pay for your 2017 membership at this meeting, you will received 3 raffle tickets to use towards great prizes at our January event. If you wait until December, you still get 2 tickets. If you sign up in January, you only get a single ticket. So triple your odds and sign up today using our 

  Membership Deals!

 

 
 *Don’t miss out on these great deals! If you haven’t received your discount card yet, please contact Dena at
moc.csumbnfnull@arierrefd
 
Volunteer Opportunities

   For more information contact
Corinna @
 gro.enitacsumyawdetinunull@atsiv


Upcoming Community Events

      

   

       


Website Update

Have you been on our website lately? Did you feel like a stranger? Did you even know we had a website? Our website has changed! We hope that you can get more out of our new website, still at ypnmuscatine.org. Soon the weekly updates and much more will be available on our updated site, but we would like your help first. Is there something you would like to see on our website? Let us know by emailing moc.semoHlhuRnull@reinuMhteS!

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Leadership Council
Immediate Past Chair
Kyle Probst,
Social Committee Chair
 Lindsey Phillips,
Community & Professional Development Chair
Dena Ferreira
,
Membership Committee Chair
Jodi Hansen,  

GMCCI Liaison
“The Young Professionals Network is a personal and professional development organization designed to allow members to interact socially, exchange ideas, share common interests, and build a better Muscatine community.” 
YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761
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Weekly Update from YPN

Category : Newsletter

 

 

 

Young Professionals Network Muscatine
Weekly Update

July 28, 2016  

      

 

 

Third Thursday Recap!

 

July’s Third Thursday happened to be on the hottest day of the year. Despite this, a brave group of YPN Muscatine members met at the Muscatine Municipal Golf Course to Network and hit some golf balls on the range.

We also collected school supplies to donate to Franklin Elementary School.  Thanks to all of the YP’s who donated!

 

 


Lunch and Learn Recap!

YPN was fortunate to have Michel Pontarelli, former career coach and councilor for the University of Iowa’s part time MBA program, run us through the negotiation experience.  

Our summer Lunch & Learn about salary negotiation was full of great tips and situational practice for getting what you are worth.

Remember that an offer from a company is much more than salary. Vacation time, healthcare benefits, retirement benefits, and much more are all negotiable!

We also were able to munch on some awesome tacos from Mami’s, which may need to be included in our next negotiations!

 


 

Member Spotlight: Cody Austin      

 

 

Hometown: Muscatine, IA

Other places you’ve lived: West Los Angeles, California

Employer:
Hy-Vee

Position: Assistant Manager of the Wine and Spirits Department.

Favorite Local Restaurant: Boonies on the Avenue

Previous Employer/Positions or General Overview of Experience:
Wine Nutz/Boonies, 2015 Best Bartender in Muscatine

College/Major:
Bachelors in Business Administration from Grandview University

What do you like to do for fun? I like to spend time with Monica and the boys, I also enjoy golfing and long walks on the beach.

Why did you join YPN? I joined YPN to network and also to get involved in the community.

 

What is your favorite YPN event? I have only been to two events so far but I really enjoyed the event at Contrary, and the beer was a plus.

 

  Membership Deals!

 


*Don’t miss out on these great deals! If you haven’t received your discount card yet, please contact Dena at
moc.csumbnfnull@arierrefd

 

 

Looking for a way to be involved in this year’s
RAGBRAI happenings? Why not volunteer?

 

                                          Sign Up TODAY!

 

Upcoming Community Events
 

 

 

 

Job Opportunities

 

Big Bro Big Sis logo

Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for a Match Support Specialist

to add to our team.  If you are passionate about youth and improving the lives of others then this might be just what you are looking for!

Match Support Specialists are responsible for helping the relationships between our volunteers and youth blossom, providing guidance, support and coaching while always keeping child safety top of mind.  We are looking for an enthusiastic, customer focused individual, preferable with

a BA in social work or related field.

This is a 20 hour a week position, flexible work schedule that does require some evenings and periodic weekends.

To see a full job description visit:

 

Send cover letter and resume to Lindsey Phillips at Big Brothers Big Sisters, 1823 Logan Street, Muscatine, IA 52761 or  gro.YenitacsuMnull@spillihpl.

 

 

Website Update

 

Have you been on our website lately? Did you feel like a stranger? Did you even know we had a website? Our website has changed! We hope that you can get more out of our new website, still at ypnmuscatine.org. Soon the weekly updates and much more will be available on our updated site, but we would like your help first. Is there something you would like to see on our website? Let us know by emailing moc.semoHlhuRnull@reinuMhteS!

 

 

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Leadership Council
Immediate Past Chair
Stephanie Little,
Social Committee Chair
Lindsey Phillips,
Community & Professional Development Chair
Dena Ferreira
,
Membership Committee Chair
Jenna Hackett,
Treasurer

Jodi Hansen,  

GMCCI Liaison

 

“The Young Professionals Network is a personal and professional development organization designed to allow members to interact socially, exchange ideas, share common interests, and build a better Muscatine community.” 
YPN Muscatine, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine, IA 52761
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RSVP for TODAY’s YPN Lunch and Learn!

Category : Newsletter

When
Tuesday July 26, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM CDT
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Where

McAvoy Center
1400 block of Park Avenue
Muscatine, IA 52761

Driving Directions

 RSVP for Today’s
Lunch & Learn!

A delicious taco bar will be catered from Mami’s Authentic!
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Register Now!

 

 

 


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GMCCI Member TO Member – With RAGBRAI Update

Category : News

 

 

We are 100 volunteers SHORT for Saturday, July 30.
 

Please encourage your employees to sign up with Nichole at United Way: volunteermuscatine.org

No heavy lifting required – we just need friendly people to help welcome our 15,000 visitors and help them find their way.

 
Ribbon Cutting Today:
 
RAGBRAI Event – What to Expect
 

 

Friday, July 22 & 23
RAGBRAI participants have started arriving to park their vehicles for the week at MHS (when it is full, which it’s expected to be, then we’ll use Mulberry school parking, if full, then MCSD).   Numerous cars will arrive in the early morning hours on Saturday for approximately 1,000 +/- cars to be parked for the week.
We are told to expect 800+/- campers for Friday night (we’ll have a few tonight) behind Hayes school.  We will be running Muscabus shuttles to the downtown-area and Park Ave. restaurants from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Multiple charter and team buses will arrive and depart MHS starting Friday, July 22 and should be done by late afternoon Saturday, July 23.
The huge undertaking of coordinating pre-purchased parking reservations and providing food options, camping areas with showers is being championed by the Muskie Booster Club – a fundraiser for the Club. It sounds like they could use some extra hands tomorrow as well.
There are 100 or so cyclists sleeping at the Y tomorrow night, 7/22 – a fundraiser for the Y.  Some residents will be hosting cyclists at their homes on Friday, 7/22 and on Saturday, 7/30.
Expect Cedar Street between the by-pass and MHS/Hayes School to be extremely busy the 22nd and 23rd.  The majority of cyclists and buses will be gone by 4:00 on the 23rd.
If you have a high schooler that needs to pick up their school laptop, encourage them to get that done TODAY.
Friday, July 29
The riverfront parking spaces and boat ramps will be closed starting at 3:00 p.m. on Friday through 6:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Saturday, July 30
The cyclists will be coming in on Hershey Ave. to Mississippi Dr. to Iowa Ave, turning right into the riverfront, then exiting on Cedar St.  Hershey Ave./Mississippi Dr. will be closed to vehicular traffic from the Hwy 61 by-pass to Mulberry Ave. from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.  The detour around downtown will be 8th Street.  The open crossover streets, with MPD traffic control, will be Main Street and Houser – expect delays.  If at all possible, avoid it all by using the by-pass.
In addition, there is a huge soccer event occurring Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday of next week.  Avoiding Houser at Hershey Ave. on the 30th is advisable.  The soccer traffic will not be able to exit the by-pass at Hershey until after 6:00 p.m.  They will be routed to Mittman Road to get to the soccer complex.
Our downtown area, including the riverfront will be crowded with cyclists, pedestrians, cars and trucks, buses and semis.  2nd Street will be open, however the feeder streets to Mississippi drive will be barricaded at the alley.  Most municipal parking lots downtown will be utilized for RAGBRAI and the Farmers’ Market.  The parking lots and spaces we do not block off, will be filled with visitors picking up their cyclist(s) starting early on Saturday morning.
Cedar St. will be the main route for cyclists to get to their cars at MHS.  An enormous amount of cyclists will also make their way to Muscatine Community College and the Muscatine Mall. We are encouraging them to take the trail from the riverfront through Weed Park to MCC and the Mall.  Please be aware of cyclists crossing Hwy 22 to get to Weed Park.
Great River Days events will be taking place on Friday and Saturday as well.  People will be searching for parking spots as close to the riverfront as they can get.
Decorations
The RAGBRAI route to the riverfront will have some unique decorations on the 30th. The park on Hershey at Houser will have the American Legion train engine/truck float and veterans handing out flags and/or bottled water.
 
MP&W is hanging their beautiful 20′ x 30′ American flag over Hershey Avenue by the soccer fields.
Carver Corner will have a 20′ letter “M” made out of bicycle tires by folks at Monsanto.
The River Monster will make an appearance somewhere along the route too.
Whether you live along the route or Cedar St., please feel free to decorate your yards with bicycle art or flowers or whatever you desire to enhance the festive environment and show off our pride in our community.  There is a bike art contest with a cash prize – see http://www.ragbraimuscatine.com/#!residents/cee5.
We Need 100 More Volunteers
1.  We could use as many volunteers as we can get.  We will have 5 Information centers/satellite centers staffed with friendly people welcoming the support crews, cars, trucks, buses and semi’s at major intersections coming into town to help them find their way.
2.  We will also need volunteers acting as tour guides on Musca buses/shuttles Saturday, 7/30.
3.  In addition to that, we would like as many friendly people stationed downtown and on the riverfront to answer general questions like “where is the High School located”, “where is the Community College located”, “where should I eat”, “where’s the nearest grocery store”, etc.  You can sign up for shifts in 1-hour increments at www.volunteermuscatine.org.
We are excited to welcome these national and international visitors to our beautiful community.  Once they see what a gem Muscatine is, they will make plans to come back and visit us again – for a longer stay next time.
If you can get a glimpse of them, some of the team buses coming in are converted school buses decorated to reflect the team’s name or theme.  Some are quite creative.
Please know we will have an enormous amount of people – cyclists, pedestrians, cars, trucks, buses and semis in our city for the first time and trying to find their way to MHS, MCC, the riverfront, etc.  Please watch out for them, have patience with them and help if you can.
 
Also, let our Police, Parks & Rec, Solid Waste and Public Works Departments know that we appreciate all they do — they have been and will be working many extra hours with 3 major events going on in our community next weekend.

 

More information can be found at www.RAGBRAImuscatine.com and on our Facebook page: RAGBRAI Muscatine.

 

 

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GMCCI | Email | 563-263-8895 | Website
Greater Muscatine Chamber of Commerce & Industry, 102 Walnut Street, Muscatine , IA 52761
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What’s Up Muscatine! June 15, 2016

Category : News

  WHAT’S UP MUSCATINE
 

IN THIS ISSUE…
 
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What’s Up Muscatine!
June 16, 2016

    

NEW!!!!
Due to the new format of What’s Up, please be sure to send your submissions in Flyer form (JPEG or PDF format please).  Also, be sure your Flyer has all the information and contact information needed about your event!

Send your member or non-profit event information or job openings to Shelley Sides.

If you’d like to receive this weekly e-newsletter, please email Shelley.


June 18:  Lions Club Pancake Breakfast


June 18:  Kids Cooking Class at Hy-Vee


June 18:  Canoe/Kayak with Muscatine County Conservation Board


June 21:  MCC Offers Classes at West Liberty Center


June 21 & 22:  Muscatine Art Center Facility Project Updates


June 22:  Connie Armstrong Memorial Blood Drive


June 23 & 24:  Y’s Super Sitter Class 


June 25:  Lutheran Living Senior Campus Open House and Ribbon Cutting 


June 27: Upper Iowa University – Term 6 Starts


July 5: Pub Theology Muscatine


July 8, 9 & 10:  GRT’s Junior Tennis Tournament


July 9 & 16:  Muscatine Municipal Housing Agency Offers Home Owners Class
See Flyer


Aug 1 – 6: Kidsville Vacation Bible School
See Flyer

In Other News…..


Adult SoapBox Derby on 4th of July


Pink Pass Program


Summer Food Service Program Begins June 6th – Volunteers Needed too!


Hosts and Volunteers Needed for RAGBRAI 2016


Cancer Support Group Meets in Muscatine


United Way of Muscatine 2016 Student Day of Caring Logo Contest


Celebrate Independence Day, 2016


4th of July Raffles


4th of July Parade – “Honoring Our Armed Forces”


Sign Up for YSF’s Summer Football Camp


Pearl City Players Theatrical Society in Need of Storage Area


Alzheimer’s Community Education Classes

See Flyer  

   


Senior Resources Looking for Chore Workers   

See Flyer 

 


Register Now for July 4th Adult Soapbox Derby!   

See Flyer  

     


Save the Date!  MCSA To Celebrate on September 22nd    

Save the date!  On Thursday, September 22nd  MCSA will be celebrating their 25th Anniversary.
Watch for more information to come!
For information on MCSA, please visit: www.mcsaiowa.org

   

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