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Contemplative Journey I 
The Essential Elements of Centering Prayer and Deepening the Centering
Prayer Practice


(A program of Benet Hill Monastery) held at First United Methodist Church, 420 N. Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs 80903

Anyone interested in establishing Centering Prayer as part of their spiritual
journey is invited to join. In the Contemplative Journey I program we explore the theology, psychology and spirituality of Centering Prayer and Christian contemplation through the wisdom and writings of Fr. Thomas Keating, a central figure in the initiation of the Centering Prayer movement. Our journey together includes DVDs created by Contemplative Outreach, Ltd with teachings by Fr. Thomas and contemplative master teachers: Gail Fitzpatrick-Hoppler, Fr. Carl Arico and David Frenette.

Topics
– Prayer as Relationship
– The Method of Centering Prayer
– Thoughts & Use of the Sacred Word
– Deepening Relationship with God
– Our Basic Core of Goodness
– Discovering the Truth
– Transforming Obstacles on the Spiritual Journey
– The Ultimate Reality
Saturday workshop: Introduction to Lectio Divina
– The Indwelling Spirit
– Service: Unifying Prayer & Action
– The Psychological Experience of Centering Prayer
– An Interview with Fr. Thomas

Please purchase these books for Contemplative Journey I:
By Thomas Keating
• Open Mind, Open Heart 20th Anniversary Edition
• The Human Condition: Contemplation and Transformation
• Intimacy with God
By Thelma Hall
• Too Deep for Words: Rediscovering Lectio Divina

Cost for Contemplative Journey I: $140 plus books.
Partial Scholarship available.


Questions about the program:
Leslee Terpay @ 720.328.6581 co-leslee@comcast.net
Rev. Todd of First United Methodist Church @ 719.884.2504 todds@fumc-cs.org
Or Sr. Therese O’Grady of Benet Hill Monastery @ 719.473.8764 Stherese@benethillmonastery.org

Registration: 
Please let us know your intention to register for these offerings by emailing Leslee with your name, phone number, and email. Leslee Terpay @ 720.328.6581 co-leslee@comcast.net

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1/9/2020
-4/2/2020
9:30am to 12:00pmLeslee Terpay


Jackson Creek Senior Living will host “Veteran’s Group: Space and Missile Operations” on Monday, Jan. 20 at 1 p.m. In an informative presentation, local veteran Major Gary Liebowitz, formerly of the United States Air Force, will teach attendees about the Air Force’s space and missile operations and what the battlefield of the future will look like. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. For more information or to RSVP, call (719) 725-6060.
 

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1/20/20201:00pm to 3:00pmKathy Clinton




Join the Tri-Lakes Chamber at our monthly networking mixer which will be held at First National Bank of Monument and co-hosted by The Gazette and The Tribune.

First National Bank of Monument 
581 Highway 105
Monument, CO 80132

These events are a perfect opportunity to meet face to face with many other business professionals, while enjoying great food and refreshments.

FREE for Chamber Members
$10 for Partner Members
$15 for Non-Members

Make check-in easier for yourself, pre-register! Non-members can also register ahead of time and even pay online. What a huge time saver, so you can get to the food, drink and networking sooner!

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1/21/20205:00pm to 7:00pmLaura


Pathways to Peace Tour
 
Choose from one of the following presentation times:

Thursday, January 23, 2020         9:30 am - 10:30 am   
Thursday, March 19, 2020           6:00 pm – 7:00 pm   
Thursday, May 7, 2020              9:30 am  - 10:30 am 
 
 
Pathways to Peace Tours are a program of the Mission Advancement Office. 

The Sisters of Benet Hill Monastery invite you for a visit. These regular, one-hour introductory tours are held every other month at the monastery and are designed to share the mission, ministries, and values of the Benedictine Sisters with guests. Come learn more about current activities and enjoy delicious baked goods. Bring your curiosity.... Bring a friend! 

Please RSVP by registering (for planning purposes).
Call 719-633-0655 ext.132
info@benethillmonastery.org
http://events.constantcontac.com/register/event?llr=446slgdab&oeidk=a07egmi7vck497ce58a  

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1/23/20209:30am to 10:30amBenet Hill Monastery Sisters


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's Next for D38?"


 

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1/23/20202:00pm to 3:30pmVicki Wood


Wendy Woo w/Robin Hoch in Concert!

As Colorado’s music scene has exploded over the past few years, one of its mainstays has been Wendy Woo. Her energetic personality, musical skills, and spirited songwriting have made her a media and fan favorite. The Wendy Woo Band is a Colorado favorite. WWB is a poly-ethnic, power pop, song-rock, 6 piece band with sweet vocal harmonies and shuddering grooves.

Wendy has performed at top venues across the country including the Fox Theater and Red Rocks in Colorado, the Bitter End and the Living Room in New York, the Hotel Cafe in Los Angles, the Bluebird Café in Nashville, Sweetwater in Mill Valley, and Eddie’s Attic in Decatur, Georgia. Anticipating the rise of the independent artist, Woo formed her own corporation, Woo Music. Through that she runs her own record label (13 projects to date), publishing company, booking agency, and management company.

“Sometimes we change
And we meet somewhere in the middle” – In The Middle

Wendy Woo has led anything but a “normal” life, which separates her from the average performer. As the daughter of bohemian parents who were founding faculty members at Naropa University in Boulder Colorado, her childhood home was a truly eclectic social center. Influential Beat writers such as Allen Ginsberg, William S. Burroughs, and Ken Kesey would be regulars in the living room!

This unusual setting helped develop Wendy into an emotive singer as a child. She started playing the guitar just so she could provide her own accompaniment. After mastering the guitar, she began writing songs and performing in songwriting circles. She attended both the University of New Mexico and the University of Colorado, where she studied a variety of musical genres, theory and composition. Her many musical influences include everyone from folk chanteuse Suzanne Vega to the legendary Paul Simon. The trademark blended rhythms in Simon’s music inspired her to add similar complexity to her own compositions.

With this in mind, Wendy developed a technique she calls “Slaptap,” a method of creating a captivating visual and percussive backdrop using the guitar body and fret board.

Her innovative spirit led her to the storied steps of Boulder’s Fox Theatre for her first job in the music industry. There she gained confidence as a performer, while learning the skills of self-promotion, booking and publishing. The venue acknowledged her talent by slotting Wendy to open for world renowned headliners, including Counting Crows, Michael Franti and others.

Wendy’s dedication and competence was rewarded when she won the Colorado Lilith Fair Talent Search in 1999, sharing the stage with an elite lineup including the Indigo Girls, Shawn Colvin and Sheryl Crow.

Her versatility is evident by the wide variety of artists whom Wendy has since shared the stage, including The Fray, Sarah McLachlan, Indigo Girls, James Taylor, Counting Crows, Brad Paisley, Karla Bonoff and Big Head Todd and the Monsters. Her tour stops have included performances at premier venues like Red Rocks (CO), the Living Room and Bitter End (NYC), Hotel Café (LA), Bluebird Café (Nashville) and Eddie’s Attic (Decatur, GA).

Having penned and recorded over 200 original songs and playing over 150 dates yearly, she has gained a reputation as one of the most versatile performers on the circuit. An example of that reputation is the legendary Carly Simon inviting Wendy to perform with her at “Festival of the Senses” on Martha’s Vineyard in 2014.

Wendy has also been named Westword Magazine’s Music Awards “Singer/Songwriter of the year” five separate times, resulting in her induction into Westword’s Hall of Fame.

The 2015 release of “Tipping Point”, which was produced by Grammy Award winner Jim Gaines (Stevie Ray Vaughn, Carlos Santana, Huey Lewis and the News) and mastered by Grammy winner Brad Blackburn (Maroon 5, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Black Eyed Peas and Sara Bareilles.), is a testament to her mastery as a tunesmith and a reaffirmation that Wendy Woo continues to live a life that defies the term “normal!”


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1/24/20207:00pm to 9:00pmMichael Maddox




Celebrate the new owners of Northgate Animal Hospital

January 25
Open House - 10:00 am-1:00 pm
Ribbon Cutting - 11:00 am

Northgate Animal Hospital
12225 Voyager Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80921

Northgate Animal Hospital is a full service, companion animal Veterinarian Hospital.

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1/25/202010:00am to 1:00pmBrad Bush


Covered Treasures Bookstore, 105 Second Street, Monument is hosting Peter and Kelli Bronski as they bake pizzas and sign their cookbook, No Gluten, No Problem Pizza on Saturday, January 25 from 1-3.  Stop by to try some amazing pizza made with no gluten!  

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1/25/20201:00pm to 3:00pmPaula Primavera


Jackson Creek Senior Living will host a “Birds and Birding Colorado” slide program on Monday, Jan. 27 at 3 p.m. This multimedia presentation will focus on the resident and migratory birds commonly seen in backyards and gardens along Colorado’s Front Range. Attendees will learn strategies for encouraging greater numbers and varieties of birds to flock to their backyards, including choosing the best bird feeder; discover new ways to enjoy their time observing and identifying birds; and find out what Coloradans can do to help ensure the future of wild birds in the state. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. For more information or to RSVP, call (719) 725-6060.
 

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1/27/20203:00pm to 5:00pmKathy Clinton


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's next for D38?"

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1/27/20206:30pm to 8:00pmVicki Wood


The Town of Monument is updating its land development regulations, and Town residents and property owners are encouraged to attend a public workshop regarding the project on Thursday, January 30, 2020. The meeting will be structured as an open house event at the Monument Town Hall, 645 Beacon Lite Road. Come by anytime between 3 pm and 7 pm to provide your input on updating Monument's land development code. Light refreshments will be served.
Monument’s development code update will consolidate all land use regulations (zoning, subdivision, sign, and other related code provisions) into one document for ease of reference. The project objective is to implement the goals of the 2017 Monument Comprehensive Plan and encourage quality, small town development.
The Monument LDC project is partially funded by a Colorado Department of Local Affairs administrative grant. A consultant team led by Plan Tools, LLC of Loveland, Colorado is assisting Town staff with the project. 

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1/30/20203:00pm to 7:00pmLarry Manning


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's next for D38?"

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1/30/20206:30pm to 8:00pmVicki Wood


Jackson Creek Senior Living will host “How to Write Your Autobiography with Dr. LeAnna DeAngelo” on Friday, Jan. 31 at 11 a.m. In this interactive workshop, attendees will discover how writing their life story can be a fun, healing and transformative experience. Guided by Colorado psychologist Dr. DeAngelo, attendees will take a closer look at their lives’ activities, relationships, wishes, accomplishments and struggles as they create a record of themselves for future generations. This event is free and open to the public, but space is limited. For more information or to RSVP, call (719) 725-6060.

 

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1/31/202011:00am to 1:00pmKathy Clinton




FREE event for members and non-members

As you know, digital marketing is an essential part to owning a small business in the Pikes Peak Region. At the top of the digital marketing realm is search engine optimization (SEO), easily the most important...arguably the most confusing. In this workshop, we will simplify the basics you need to know about making your business visible on Google in today's market. We'll cover:

  • Keys to successful ranking in search engines

  • SEO techniques that are working for local small businesses

  • Optimizing your digital presence for both humans and computer algorithms

  • Making your business visible online (ads, social media, Google Maps, etc)

  • Q&A Session


Presenters: 
Jordan Davis
Founder of Socially Exceptional SEO

Sponsored by:

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2/4/202011:30am to 1:30pm


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's next for D38?"

 

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2/4/20206:30pm to 8:00pmVicki Wood


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Brandy and Leo Nunes - AFLAC 
Regina Clarke - Brainwave Balancing

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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2/6/20207:30am to 9:00am




Join us as we look back at 2019 and forward to 2020!

Speakers:
- Stan VanderWerf - County Commissioner District 3
- Holly Williams - County Commissioner District 1
- Don Wilson - Mayor of Monument
- John Cressman - Mayor of Palmer Lake

Join us at the Great Wolf Lodge from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm as we hear from elected officials from the Tri-Lakes Region and Terri Hayes, President and CEO of the Tri-Lakes Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development Corporation and Visitors Center.

Check-in begins at 10:30 am
You must register in advance for this lunch
$38 for Members
$43 for Non-Members

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2/7/202011:00am to 1:00pmLaura


DION PRIDE
“A Tribute to Charley Pride”

Dion has inherited his father’s talents. Dion is a committed singer, songwriter, musician and stage performer who creates a memorable live performance with his dynamic show, “A Tribute to Charley Pride.” His studio recordings and original songs are also solid proof that he is gifted with the tools needed to sustain his place in the hearts of Country Music fans all over the world.


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2/7/20207:00pm to 9:00pmMichael Maddox




Celebrate the new office of Lionheart Psychotherapy, PLLC

February, 8
Open House - 11:30 am-1:00 pm
Ribbon Cutting - 12:15 pm

Lionheart Psychotherapy, PLLC
220 N. Washington St. Ste F (under Covered Treasures Bookstore)
Monument, CO 80132

Lionheart Psychotherapy, PLLC provides a warm and affirming space to heal, improve relationships, and grow towards optimum mental health. 

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2/8/202011:30am to 1:00pmDeborah Tebault



5th Annual Human Trafficking Prevention Series
Presented by Benet Hill Community


This series is for you... 
Parents, Grandparents, Coaches, Teachers, Counselors, Teens and Pre-teens  (this SPECIAL SESSION is for MEN & BOYS (age 15 and older) ONLY)

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER: You are invited to this 4 session series that addresses the cultural and systemic brokenness that feeds and fuels Human Trafficking locally, nationally and globally. This series offers powerful information, education and tools for prevention of this crime in our families and communities.

Do you know the extent of the Human Trafficking problem in El Paso County?

Experts say that human trafficking is expected to overtake illegal drug activity as the top illicit crime worldwide. There are nearly 21 million victims annually in what is a $32 billion industry. The internet and social media are fueling the rapid growth.

SAVE THE DATE
Place: PPLD 21C Venue Room at 1175 Chapel Hills Dr, 
Colo. Sprgs. Please PARK in the east parking lot.

Dates: Monday Evenings: February 10 and 17, 2020
Time: 6:30 pm -8:15 pm 
This event is not endorsed or affiliated with the Pikes Peak Library.

Please help us with planning by registering online for one or more sessions. This is a FREE series.


Session 3-Monday, February 10: “Addressing the DEMAND: MAN to MAN~Geremy Keeton Invitation to this SPECIAL SESSION is for MEN & BOYS (age 15 and older) ONLY

The short film titled “Addressing the Demand: Man to Man”, will be shown. The film’s discussion guide focuses on men. Geremy Keeton, a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, and his colleagues will facilitate a discussion to help men walk in personal wholeness and sexual integrity. While topics addressed are mature, we welcome minors accompanied by fathers and/or grandfathers as well as teens age 15 or older to be included in this discussion of a healthy vision of manhood and masculinity.
Geremy Keeton is the director of the counseling services department of Focus on the Family. He leads Focus’ team of mental health clinicians and pastoral specialists while they serve as safe and trusted guides on a wide range of family-related issues. Keeton majored in human communication and Christian ministry and completed graduate studies in Marriage & Family Therapy at Abilene Christian University. He has extensive experience in counseling men and couples on topics of healthy sexuality, infidelity and pornography addiction. Geremy lives in Colorado Springs with his wife and three children.

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2/10/20206:30pm to 8:15pmBenet Hill Monastery Sisters


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's next for D38?"

 

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2/11/20209:30am to 11:00amVicki Wood


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's Next for D38?"
 

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2/13/20209:30am to 11:00amVicki Wood


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's next for D38?"

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2/13/20202:00pm to 3:30pmVicki Wood


8th Annual Castle Rock Bull Riding Challenge. February 15, 2020.
As one of Castle Rock's premier events, it features two great shows- a 2:00p.m. matinee and 7:00p.m. show. Presented by Branding Iron Trailer Sales and held at the Douglas County Fairgrounds indoor arena in Castle Rock, Colorado. More than 100 bulls will buck and be scored individually no matter if the rider stays on for the required 8 seconds!

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2/15/20202:00pm to 9:30pmTy Tinaldo



5th Annual Human Trafficking Prevention Series
Presented by Benet Hill Community


This series is for you... 
Parents, Grandparents, Coaches, Teachers, Counselors, Teens and Pre-teens 

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER: You are invited to this 4 session series that addresses the cultural and systemic brokenness that feeds and fuels Human Trafficking locally, nationally and globally. This series offers powerful information, education and tools for prevention of this crime in our families and communities.

Do you know the extent of the Human Trafficking problem in El Paso County?

Experts say that human trafficking is expected to overtake illegal drug activity as the top illicit crime worldwide. There are nearly 21 million victims annually in what is a $32 billion industry. The internet and social media are fueling the rapid growth.

SAVE THE DATE
Place: PPLD 21C Venue Room at 1175 Chapel Hills Dr, 
Colo. Sprgs. Please PARK in the east parking lot.

Dates: Monday Evenings: February 17, 2020
Time: 6:30 pm -8:15 pm 
This event is not endorsed or affiliated with the Pikes Peak Library.

Please help us with planning by registering online for one or more sessions. This is a FREE series.

Session 4- Monday, February 17: “Introducing: BAKHITA MOUNTAIN HOME, A Residential Community for Adult Women Recovered from Human Trafficking ~ Bakhita Mountain Home- Founding Group

VISION Statement: Bakhita Mountain Home is a community where love heals, restores and empowers women impacted by human trafficking. The home provides space for safety, privacy, community building, therapy, exercise, cooking/dining and leisure activities as well opportunities for reflection and experiencing the beauty of nature. Each woman will have an individual goal-oriented program to assist her in becoming self-sufficient and re-integrated into society as healthy and productive members. Women experience healing through three components: Safe Haven, Trauma-informed therapy, Life enhancing skills.

For more information or questions, please contact Sister Rose Ann Barmann, OSB: sroseann@benethillmonastery.org

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2/17/20206:30pm to 8:15pmBenet Hill Monastery Sisters




Join the Tri-Lakes Chamber at our monthly networking mixer which will be held at and hosted by Tri-Lakes YMCA co-hosted by 1st Bank. 

Tri-Lakes YMCA 
17250 Jackson Creek Parkway
Monument, CO 80132

These events are a perfect opportunity to meet face to face with many other business professionals, while enjoying great food and refreshments.

FREE for Chamber Members
$10 for Partner Members
$15 for Non-Members

Make check-in easier for yourself, pre-register! Non-members can also register ahead of time and even pay online. What a huge time saver, so you can get to the food, drink and networking sooner!

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2/18/20205:00pm to 7:00pm


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Brian Petak - Run4Hope 5K for Schools & Ascent Church
TBD

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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2/20/20207:30am to 9:00am


Community Collaboration Event:
The public is invited to join Superintendent K.C. Somers and the Lewis-Palmer Board of Education at this community collaboration event to discuss "What's next for D38?"

 

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2/20/20206:30pm to 8:00pmVicki Wood


El Paso County Fair Queen Clinic 
Saturday, February 22, 2020  9:00a.m. 


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2/22/20209:00am to 3:00pmStacy Starr


Quarterly Member Luncheon is Wednesday, February 26



Join us at the Texas Roadhouse for our Quarterly Member Luncheon. This is the perfect opportunity to learn about our new members and their businesses while enjoying a fantastic lunch.  

$18 for Members
$22 for Non-Members
Free for one guest from each new membership
Click here to find out if your company or organization is a member.

Check-in starts at 10:30

You MUST RSVP in advance for this lunch!!



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2/26/202011:00am to 1:00pm




Here is an opportunity for new members, old members and non-members to learn about the benefits of Chamber membership. Find out how to take full advantage of the member area of the Chamber’s website. Discover all the events that are open to members and the public. Maybe you’ll find you want to go the extra step and become more involved in the Chamber to increase your business exposure in the community. There is no charge for this event and lunch will be provided. Pre-registration is required.

Sponsored by:



 

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3/4/202012:00pm to 1:30pm


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Haley Chapin - Tri-Lakes Cares
James Lippert - Choice Home Inspectors

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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3/5/20207:30am to 9:00am


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Sarah Edsall - True North Chiropractic
TBD

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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3/19/20207:30am to 9:00am


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
TBD

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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4/2/20207:30am to 9:00am



Join us for our
Annual Awards Dinner and Auction
Saturday, April 4, 2020
6:00 - 7:00 pm Cocktail Hour
7:00 - 9:30 pm Program
9:30 - 11:00 pm Dancing


Awards, Dinner, Dancing, Live & Silent Auctions

Tickets are $75 for Tri-Lakes Chamber Members and $90 for Non-Members


The dress theme is anything to do with travel, German Lederhosen, Japanese Kimono, Canadian Mountie, or even a Tacky tourist. The only limit is your imagination. The option for attire is cocktail :)

Thank you to our sponsors!  For sponsorship opportunities click here

Platinum


Silent Auction 


Gold Sponsor

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4/4/20206:00pm to 11:00pm


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Robyn Shaw - Facts and Figures Forensics
TBD

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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4/16/20207:30am to 9:00am


Join Us for Breakfast!

Networking Breakfasts take place the first and third Thursday of every month in the Chamber of Commerce Community Room from 7:30-9:00 AM. Listen to 10-minute informative talks from two fellow members. Meet and mingle with other business people over a tasty breakfast provided by the speakers. Everyone gets 30 seconds to introduce themselves and tell what's up in their business.

Annual membership is $40 and Chamber membership is required.

You must register in advance to attend, walk-ins are not allowed. If you are bringing a guest, they too must register.

This week's speakers are:
Ken West - Bank of Colorado
TBD

Please be punctual. Please email laura@trilakeschamber.com if you can no longer attend. 

When you arrive please do not park in the Black Forest Foods or Ice Cave parking. Black Forest Foods is open for Breakfast and they are a member of our so please be respectful of their business.

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5/7/20207:30am to 9:00am


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