Calendar of Events - White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce




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Virtual Morning Networking - White Bear Lake City Manager, Ellen Hiniker
06/02/20 - 06/02/20
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Government Affairs - Mn Pollution Control Agency addresses Clean Cars MN (California Cars)
06/04/20
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Virtual Lunchtime Networking!
06/11/20 - 06/11/20
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Adopt-A-Highway
06/13/20
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6th Annual NOT Your Typical Golf Tourney
09/11/20
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Events in the month of June 2020


6/1/2020 - 6/7/2020
 
Rasmussen is having a special for our eRasmussen Professional Certificate courses. We believe that now, more than ever, it is essential to help you and our community focus on professional development and workplace skills. During this unprecedented time, Rasmussen wants to show our continued support for local businesses and the community. With this in mind, we are now offering eRasmussen Professional Certificates with no costs or fees through July 2020.*
 
eRasmussen consists of fully online courses with engaging content, including videos, images and interactive elements. eRasmussen Professional Certificates can offer support to those who want to master in-demand skills relevant to the ever-changing market; from Business and Project Management to IT and Healthcare, we have a variety of topics covered. Check out the full list of available Professional Certificates at erasmussen.com.
 
Use promo code TIMETOLEARN to get started on your continued professional education.
 
Thank you – we wish the best for you and the members of the White Bear Lake area!
 

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6/1/2020 - 6/7/2020


Start shopping on their WEBSITE Today!​


The virtual greenhouse is now open for shopping! 
Purchase annuals, herbs, tomatoes, and pepper from the comfort of your couch.
*Local contactless pick-up and delivery only (no in person retail sales).


Katie is offering scheduled contactless pick-up at the greenhouse or local delivery 
Free for orders over $100
Under $100 there will be a small fee

Other services:  (additional information on the website)
Custom Container Planting for residential and business clients
Gardening Consultation (not formal design work)​

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6/1/2020 - 6/7/2020
 

We are seeking applications for the board of directors. The board of directors includes business leaders, community members, parents, and staff. This is a volunteer position.

The 916 Education Foundation is a charitable organization that enhances teaching and learning through economic support to the students, staff, programs, and member districts of Northeast Metro 916 Intermediate School District. Through several events throughout the year, board members help achieve this mission by turning fundraising dollars into program grants and student scholarships that support the faculty and students of Northeast Metro 916.

We are seeking candidates that share a passion for our mission, visionary thinking and leadership skills with any of the following areas of experience and expertise: advocacy, fundraising, legal, marketing, strategic planning, and technology.

Applications are currently being sought for four (4) positions with a three-year term beginning on September 6, 2018. Directors are expected to attend 5-6 board meetings throughout the school year, serve on at least one fundraising committee and one-two standing committee, and actively participate in Foundation activities such as fundraising events and represent the Foundation at special events.

If you are interested, please contact Linda Zahradka at 651-415-5657 or info@916educationfoundation.org . To be considered for the term beginning September 6, 2018, please contact Linda by August 1, 2018. Please visit our website for more details about the Foundation!

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6/2/2020
 
 
City Updates
Guest presenter: White Bear Lake City Manager, Ellen Hiniker
Location: Wherever you are!
Tuesday, May 5th | 7:30am - 9:00am

Start the new month out by joining us and enjoying a great morning of Virtual Networking. We will get a COVID-19 Update from Ellen Hiniker, City Manager for the City of White Bear Lake. With more businesses reopening, the city is moving along with them to help attract consumer traffic to the area. We will hear from Ellen about what they have done to help the small businesses in their recovery and also learn about what they hope to do in the immediate future. Join in on this important conversation with the city and feel free to ask questions and present your ideas.

Now is the time that we need to stay in communication, share ideas and tell your stories to fellow Chamber Members. All you have to do is register for this event and you will be sent a link to the meeting one day prior to the event.

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6/4/2020

At Issue: Clean (California) Cars MN and the impact on Minnesota
Guest Speakers: Amanda Smith, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 
Thursday, June 4th | 8:00am - 9:00am

In a virtual meeting platform, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency will be addressing the White Bear Area Chamber regarding Clean Cars MN that is slated to be imposed in the state of Minnesota. Governor Walz is in support of the low and zero emissions vehicles standards and seeks to implement them through the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (MPCA) is considering adopting rules that require vehicle manufacturers to deliver vehicles to the Minnesota market that produce lower emissions of greenhouse gases (GHG) and other air pollutants. The Clean Cars Minnesota rulemaking has two parts: the Low-Emission Vehicle (LEV) standard and the Zero-Emission Vehicle (ZEV) standard.

  • The LEV standard would require manufacturers to deliver vehicles for sale in Minnesota that meet the more stringent GHG and other air pollutant emissions standards established by California. The LEV standard sets a tailpipe emissions standard for auto manufacturers; it does not require a personal vehicle inspection program.

  • The ZEV standard would require manufacturers to deliver a certain number of vehicles with ultra-low or zero tailpipe emissions each year for sale in Minnesota, including battery electric vehicles (BEVs), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), and hydrogen-fueled vehicles. The ZEV standard would result in additional electric vehicles available to consumers in Minnesota, but does not require any individual to purchase an electric vehicle.

To date, 14 states and the District of Columbia have adopted the LEV standard, and 11 states have adopted both the LEV and ZEV standards.

We look for a great discussion on this topic and welcome your comments and questions at the end of the program. Registration is required and you will be sent a link to the meeting one day prior to the event.


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6/11/2020
This event has been postponed until Thursday, June 11th...stay tuned for updates!
 
Making a Difference
Century College Foundation & Alumni

We invite you to invest in our community’s future, help sustain the legacy of excellence earned by Century College, and provide students – thousands of whom are in critical need – with the financial assistance they need to achieve their educational dreams. Support the Century College Foundation.

The Century College Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization with a mission of transforming and enhancing the lives of our students. The Foundation provides educational opportunities, financial support and advocacy–one student at a time.

The Century College Foundation is proud to provide support to our students in a variety of ways, from scholarships for tuition and books to one-time emergency grants through the Acts of Kindness program.

Donations to the Century College Foundation are vitally important in this challenging economy. That's why we are turning to individuals, corporations and foundations for help in maintaining the quality of student learning and making the dream of a college education affordable to all students.

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6/11/2020
Virtual Lunchtime Networking
June 11th, 2020

Location: Wherever you are!
11:45am - 1:00pm
Times are changing, so are we! We invite you to support your local member restaurants by ordering-in or picking-up lunch and join us in a virtual Lunchtime Networking! Now is the time that we need to stay in communication, share ideas and tell your stories to fellow Chamber Members. Once registered, a Zoom link will be sent to you. Why join us for Virtual Lunchtime Networking? Here's just a few reasons to put this date on your calendar!  
  • Get ideas and learn innovative marketing tips during these challenging times
  • Share your knowledge and experience
  • Great Visibility for you and your business
  • Gain new contacts and referrals
  • Stay current in the ever-changing business climate
  • Form new friendships with like-minded people
  • This is the self-proclaimed FUN Chamber group
  • Enjoy a fabulous take-out lunch
  • And there are many, many more! 
I invite you to check-out our updated website where we have added two more pages: White Bear Area Chamber.  For our virtual Lunchtime Networking meeting, please visit the OPEN FOR BUSINESS tab where you will find a whole host of area restaurants that have adapted their businesses to include take-out and delivery. 

The White Bear Area Chamber is very grateful for your membership and please know that we are here for you and will continue to support you in every way possible. Until we meet again, stay safe, stay well and stay strong.

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6/13/2020
CELEBRATING OUR 30TH YEAR!!!

2020 Adopt-A-Highway
White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce
June 13th, 2020 | 9:00am - 12:00pm
   
Join us on Saturday, June 13th to beautify Highway 61. Since 1990 the White Bear Area Chamber has been an "Adopt A Highway" sponsor, cleaning up a 2 mile stretch of Highway 61 that runs through the downtown area of White Bear Lake.

We start the day at 9:00 am outside the Chamber office with rolls & juice, watch a short safety video, get vests, gloves, trash pickers and bags, then hit the road.  

After a great morning of friends and pickup, we'll all gather again for lunch before heading home.

Children must be 13 years of age or older and supervised by an adult.

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