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04/26/15
Jacinto Grange GWA Card Party

Card Party: Whist, or Pinochle

 

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04/28/15
Pricing Your Products & Services to Maximize Profit

Most business owners do not understand how to price their products & services. Learn how to make money for your business by making sure you have the proper price for your product & services. You will learn how to use fixed & variable costs, and materials, labor & overhead costs in your pricing strategies to meet your profit requirement; track results based on outcome & measurable goals; and develop sales forecasts to increase profit.


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04/29/15
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses

This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.
 

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04/29/15
Kiwanis Hunter SafetyClass

Willows Kiwanis Club is once again sponsoring a Hunter Safety Class. This course is requried by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to obtain a hunter safety permit.
Students MUST attend all three classes!
April 29th class-7:00 to 10pm
April30th class-6:30 to 10pm
May 1st class-6:30 to 10pm
Registration for the course will be accepted at the
Westside Outdoorsman
323 N. Tehama in Willows.
Prior registration is mandatory. There is no charge for this hunter safety course. All costs are paid by the Willows Kiwanis Club!
 

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04/30/15
Financial Management Series for Contractors

The training is a 4-week, 2-hours per week series designed to teach contractors how to use financial statements to manage the business operations, price jobs/job costing, manage cash flow, and increase profit. Topics include: Understanding your financial statements (profit & loss, and cash flow); Identifying your Cash Flow Cycle (how, when, and why cash comes in and goes out of the business), and how it affects the business; Learning how to identify problems, improve sales, and measure the business health; Pricing strategies (how to calculate your price and costs to bid jobs and make profit); and How to develop projections, set budgets and improve your business profit.

 

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04/30/15
Kiwanis Hunter SafetyClass

Willows Kiwanis Club is once again sponsoring a Hunter Safety Class. This course is requried by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to obtain a hunter safety permit.
Students MUST attend all three classes!
April 29th class-7:00 to 10pm
April30th class-6:30 to 10pm
May 1st class-6:30 to 10pm
Registration for the course will be accepted at the
Westside Outdoorsman
323 N. Tehama in Willows.
Prior registration is mandatory. There is no charge for this hunter safety course. All costs are paid by the Willows Kiwanis Club!
 

more info...
05/01/15
Kiwanis Hunter SafetyClass

Willows Kiwanis Club is once again sponsoring a Hunter Safety Class. This course is requried by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to obtain a hunter safety permit.
Students MUST attend all three classes!
April 29th class-7:00 to 10pm
April30th class-6:30 to 10pm
May 1st class-6:30 to 10pm
Registration for the course will be accepted at the
Westside Outdoorsman
323 N. Tehama in Willows.
Prior registration is mandatory. There is no charge for this hunter safety course. All costs are paid by the Willows Kiwanis Club!
 

more info...
05/02/15
Spring Rummage Sale

United Methodist Church is having our Annual Rummage Sale!
Great Deals lots of stuff!

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05/02/15
PANCAKE FEED & BLOODY MARY SKINS GAME

GGCC PRESENTS:
PANCAKE FEED & BLOODY MARY SKINS GAME
5/2/15 – SATURDAY
$30 EACH
INCLUDES BREAKFAST AND GOLF
JUST BREAKFAST $10

8:30AM-10:00AM
BREAKFAST AND DRINKS

10AM SHOTGUN START
18 HOLE SKINS GAME GROSS/NET
SIGN UP NOW!
530 934-9918
WWW.GLENNCC.COM

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05/02/15
72nd Annual Stonyford PRCA Rodeo "Rodeo Lives On"

Parade Saturday at 10am in Stonyford
Parade info call Maudrie Smith (530) 963-3039

Rodeo Tickets Available online at www. stonycreekhorsemen.org

Rodeo  Saturday at 1pm and Sunday 12 noon
Gates open at 11am on Sat and 10am on Sunday
Amatueur Events Info: (530) 963-3231
NO mail in ticket Orders
Ticket info: (530) 517-0194

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05/03/15
72nd Annual Stonyford PRCA Rodeo "Rodeo Lives On"

Parade Saturday at 10am in Stonyford
Parade info call Maudrie Smith (530) 963-3039

Rodeo Tickets Available online at www. stonycreekhorsemen.org

Rodeo  Saturday at 1pm and Sunday 12 noon
Gates open at 11am on Sat and 10am on Sunday
Amatueur Events Info: (530) 963-3231
NO mail in ticket Orders
Ticket info: (530) 517-0194

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05/05/15
Using Emerging Technologies to Market Your Business

In today’s technology world, it is extremely important for small business to have a strong online presence. This 4-part, 2 hours per week series will teach you how emerging technologies can help to get your business notice. Topics include: Messaging: Creating your story; Website: Creating and managing an effective website i.e., DIY Solutions, website design and responsiveness, important content, blogging, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), and Analytics; Social Media Leveraging and Tools i.e., Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest; Groupon and other offer based tools and coupons; Online and In-Person Networking; Productivity Tools: Tools to minimize your time and maximize your exposure; Push Technology: Getting your message out to the masses i.e., email newsletters, TXT tools and using social media to keep your clients engaged.


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05/06/15
 -05/09/15
Butte College Drama presents Moliere's "Tartuffe"

Seduction, Betrayal and BIG HAIR!

Butte College Performing Arts presents Moliere's most entertaining and enduring plays, "Tartuffe," the comic story of a scheming hypocrite who cons a family into believing he is a pious man in order to steal their fortune. Directed by Butte College Professor Barry Piccinino, you won't want to miss this classic French drama. Prepare for the fun-and-the-fervor of Tartuffe. Performances will be offered at 7:30 p.m. on May 6-9. A matinee performance will be offered Sunday, May 10, at 2 p.m. All performances will be held at the Butte College main campus, Arts Building's Black Box Theatre.

Ticket prices range from $10 (students and seniors) to $15 (general admission) and can be purchased at Butte College bookstores or calling 895-2994. Tickets may also be purchased by visiting http://buttecollegebookstore.com/home.aspx.

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05/06/15
New Venture Series for Start-Up Businesses

This 4-part training series provides essential information for individuals thinking about starting a new business and new business owners.  Topics include: Legal Requirements & Market Analysis, Cost Analysis, Funding Your Small Business and Business Plan Overview.  You will learn the legal requirements for business start-up, how to assess your market and plan for direction, how to obtain funding, and calculate start-up costs and best practice for completing a business plan.


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