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Chamber Orientation
10/19/17
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Social Thursday training with Dr. Michelle Post
10/26/17
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Trick or Treat Street!
10/28/17
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Birdies, Bogies and Business!
11/05/17
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Social Thursday training with Dr. Michelle Post
11/16/17
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Events in the next 30 days...
DateEvent
10/18/17
Membership Committee Meeting

Meeting of our Membership committee

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10/18/17
Premier Referral Group

Premier Referral Group meeting

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10/18/17
B.Y.O.C. (Bring Your Own Craft)

Adults. Enjoy the environment of the library as you start or finish your latest crafting project. Meet other crafters in the community over light refreshments.e!

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10/18/17
Healing Little Hearts

Be a ‘kid at heart’ at this family event filled with music
and miracles to support children with congenital heart disease. Learn from patients and their surgeons what you can do to support these families. Bring your kids to enjoy story telling, face painting, games and crafts. 


 

 

 


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10/19/17
Chamber Orientation

New to the Chamber?  Been around for a while but not sure how to make the most of your membership?
Join us for our Orientation and learn how to get value from your membership!!!

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10/19/17
Social Security Maximization Seminar

This invitation only event is at  Maggiano’s Little Italy, Denver Tech Center from 6:30 PM – 7:40 PM.  Complimentary dinner served.  Seating is limited so call for your tickets and RSVP soon!

Learn about simple secrets to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits.  Hear how the new law created important deadlines for retirees.  In addition, hear about strategies to maximize your Social Security Income and  learn how you may be able to avoid paying taxes on your benefits. Learn about recent changes to Federal Law that may impact your filing choice and hear how to prevent reductions in your benefits.

The value of your Social Security benefit may be worth over $1,000,000 in lifetime income.

For that reason we believe all plans should contain a detailed evaluation to maximize our client’s retirement income.  The Social Security Maximization process compares all potential filing strategies for a household and determines which combination of strategies offers the highest potential income.

You worked over 80,000 hours and contributed for your whole life and you deserve to receive the highest income possible.   Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration cannot help you pick a filing strategy in your best interest.  They can only tell you how much your benefit is at any filing age.   They are not licensed and are not allowed to discuss filing strategies with the public.  With a lifetime value of potentially over $1,000,000 for a household, we recommend you put in a lot of effort before making this extremely important choice.

Each individual has 96 basic filing choices creating 9216 choices for an average american couple.  However, if you include all potential spousal benefit choices available, the number of choices become even more enormous. For this reason, you may wish to seek professional guidance to help make an informed decision.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Schedule an appointment now to discuss your situation with Erik.


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10/21/17
10th Anniversary Celebration/ Sama Preview

Our 10th Anniversary Celebration!  

We will Feature the gorgeous and contempory collections of Sama EyeWear!

Lens specials from Essilor featuring Varilux & EYEZEN

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10/23/17
Coding Club

Ages 10-15. Join us as we participate in the hour of code: learn coding through online tools, high tech toys, board games and other interactive activities.

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10/24/17
Social Security Maximization Seminar

This invitation only event is at  Maggiano’s Little Italy, Denver Tech Center from 6:30 PM – 7:40 PM.  Complimentary dinner served.  Seating is limited so call for your tickets and RSVP soon!

Learn about simple secrets to Maximize Your Social Security Benefits.  Hear how the new law created important deadlines for retirees.  In addition, hear about strategies to maximize your Social Security Income and  learn how you may be able to avoid paying taxes on your benefits. Learn about recent changes to Federal Law that may impact your filing choice and hear how to prevent reductions in your benefits.

The value of your Social Security benefit may be worth over $1,000,000 in lifetime income.

For that reason we believe all plans should contain a detailed evaluation to maximize our client’s retirement income.  The Social Security Maximization process compares all potential filing strategies for a household and determines which combination of strategies offers the highest potential income.

You worked over 80,000 hours and contributed for your whole life and you deserve to receive the highest income possible.   Unfortunately, the Social Security Administration cannot help you pick a filing strategy in your best interest.  They can only tell you how much your benefit is at any filing age.   They are not licensed and are not allowed to discuss filing strategies with the public.  With a lifetime value of potentially over $1,000,000 for a household, we recommend you put in a lot of effort before making this extremely important choice.

Each individual has 96 basic filing choices creating 9216 choices for an average american couple.  However, if you include all potential spousal benefit choices available, the number of choices become even more enormous. For this reason, you may wish to seek professional guidance to help make an informed decision.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Schedule an appointment now to discuss your situation with Erik.


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10/26/17
Social Thursday training with Dr. Michelle Post

Dr. Michelle Post will share her exceptional knowledge of social media with our members and community guests!
This month's workshop is called "Linkedin for lead generation."

Oktopost states, “LinkedIn dominates lead gen with more than 80% of B2B leads generated through social media coming from them.” LinkedIn has more than 500 million members in over 200 countries. LinkedIn is a powerful lead generation tool.

Topics for this workshop:

  1. What is lead generation?
  2. Why is lead generation important?
  3. How to use LinkedIn for lead generation?
    1. Optimized Profile
    2. Value Added Updates
    3. Group Engagement
    4. LinkedIn Publishing
    5. Connections
    6. Advanced Searching

Please join us!

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10/27/17
Hogwarts House Party

All Ages. It’s the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter books, so let’s have a party! Let the Sorting Hat assign you to a house, compete alongside your friends in a trivia challenge for the House Championship, and enjoy crafts, snacks and games.

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10/27/17
An Evening of Hope at the Ranch to benefit Hide in Plain Sight


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10/28/17
Trick or Treat Street!

In it's 11th year, this annual tradition is a favorite for all of the little ghosts and goblins in Castle Pines! Bring your little ones for treats, candy and special prizes at all of the participating businesses along Castle Pines Pkwy, and in the shops located in the Village at Castle Pines (858 W. Happy Canyon Rd). Look for the businesses with a pumpkin in their window!

Saturday, October 28th from 10am to 3pm!

Businesses must register here. Participants do not need to register - just join us for a spooktacular day!
 

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10/29/17
Haunted Douglas County

Adults. Discover the spooky stories in your neighborhood, presented by Shaun Boyd of the DCHRC and her ghost-hunting team.

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11/01/17
Premier Referral Group

Premier Referral Group meeting

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11/04/17
Stockmanship Clinic by Temple Grandin & Cute Pate

Sedalia, Colorado. September 11, 2017.  Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation announced today it will be proudly hosting a stockmanship clinic on Saturday, November 4th at the Douglas County Event Center featuring the most widely respected experts on humane cattle handling techniques, clinician, Curt Pate and CSU professor, Temple Grandin, Ph.D -- in a rare public appearance. 

Dr. Grandin is a world-renowned animal behavior pioneer and Mr. Pate is one of America’s premiere horsemen and sought-after stockmanship experts.  

In a smaller setting at the fairgrounds’ Indoor Arena, at 500 Fairgrounds Drive in Castle Rock, the morning will open with registration and coffee at 8:30 a.m. The clinic will begin at 9:00 a.m.  Attendees will learn new skills or enhance their knowledge of the benefits of humane cattle handling. Time to visit with popular vendors and ranching industry colleagues is built into the half-day session. A hearty western style lunch with Dr. Grandin and Curt Pate is included in the admission price. Advance reservations are now available at a modest $35 per person by visiting https://cherokeeranch.org/.

We invite you to attend this unique opportunity and for our industry partners, a limited number of event sponsorships are available.  These will help Cherokee Ranch achieve its goal of building a Temple Grandin Cattle Handing System at the historic Cherokee Ranch Headquarters as a part of a long-term vision protecting the ranch in perpetuity by implementing an exemplary conservation plan for land, water and wildlife resources in association with the USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service along with our effort to institute more humane cattle handling methods by implementing Dr. Grandin’s practices. 

Cherokee Ranch & Castle Foundation (CRCF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit science, culture and ranching institution established by Mildred Montague Genevieve (Tweet) Kimball in 1996 to preserve the cultural heritage of three early Douglas County homesteads and her home, a Scottish-style Castle built by Burnham Hoyt in 1926. Placed on the National Register for Historic Places in 1994, she preserved the historic district, including the Castle as a house museum featuring extensive fine art and antiques as a permanent cultural resource for the community. Protected by a conservation easement in perpetuity, CRCF offers nature and science programs and serves as a sanctuary for native wildlife and the herd of Santa Gertrudis cattle which Ms. Kimball was the first to introduce to Colorado ranching. 75 acres of the property are reserved for future educational and cultural facilities.

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11/05/17
Birdies, Bogies and Business!

This is not your ordinary golf tournament!  Come join in the fun at Top Golf.  Bring your colleagues, friends and family and enjoy a great day of networking, food, drinks, prizes and more!

Top Golf
Sunday, November 5th
4-7 pm
 

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11/07/17
Elite Referral Group

Elite Referral Group meeting

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11/07/17
Ambassadors Meeting

Ambassadors Meeting at the Chamber office

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11/15/17
Membership Committee Meeting

Meeting of our Membership committee

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11/15/17
Premier Referral Group

Premier Referral Group meeting

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11/16/17
Social Thursday training with Dr. Michelle Post

Dr. Michelle Post will share her exceptional knowledge of social media with our members and community guests!
This month's workshop is called "Outsourcing for business success"

"Ask for help not because you're weak, but because you want to remain strong" (Les Brown). Outsourcing is a sign of strength. An individual cannot manage all of the various tasks required to run a business, this is where smart outsourcing comes in especially when it comes to managing social media.

Topics for this workshop:

  1. What is Outsourcing?
  2. What can you Outsource?
  3. Why do you need to Outsource?
  4. Pros and Cons of Outsourcing
  5. Where to Find Outsourcing Resources

Please join us!
 

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