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SEPTEMBER 2016 NEWSLETTER
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Seeking Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Business Award Nominations

Allamakee County Economic Development (ACED) is seeking nominations for the 2016 “Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Award". 

To be eligible, the recipient must be a business located in Allamakee County.  ACED will accept nominations until Thursday, September 15, 2016.  Award winner announcement and ceremony will be at the ACED Annual Banquet in October.  The Award Recipient will receive a plaque and will be added to the Award Plaque that is displayed at the ACED office.  Mike Ferring Construction of Waukon was the 2015 Cloy Kuhse Positive Impact Award winner, and ACED looks forward to announcing another business that is making a positive impact at their annual meeting this October.

This Business Recognition award was created in 2011 to honor the late Cloy Kuhse whom was an ACED Board Director.  â€œThe award was created to highlight and recognize a business that is making a positive impact in Allamakee County as well as to honor the memory of Cloy and his vision,” ACED Executive Director Val Reinke stated.

To nominate a business, nomination forms can be picked up at the ACED office, 101 W. Main Street, Waukon and are available on the ACED website, www.allamakeecounty.com under Economic Development.

Contact ACED at 563-568-2624 for more information.  
 

Celebrate Drive the Great River Road Month in September

Fall is the perfect time to drive the Great River Road. Vibrant colors paint the trees from Minnesota to northern Mississippi, and you’ll find festivals, farmers markets and fun activities all along the Mississippi River corridor.

That’s why we’ve named September Drive the Great River Road Month. Head out on your motorcycle (or pack up the kids in the minivan) and experience the sights, sounds and tastes of this 3,000-mile route through the heart of America.

Do you know how many miles of the Great River Road are in Allamakee County?  In the great state of Iowa?  Email aced@mchsi.com with your answers.  For more information visit: http://www.drivethegreatriverroad.com/

We Need Your Assistance...

 
Iowa Workforce Development (IWD) has begun the 2016 Iowa Workforce Needs Assessment Survey. This employer survey will collect data pertaining to benefit package offerings, vacant positions, employee recruitment, retirements, future workforce expansion or reduction and allow employers to provide feedback on the skills of their applicants.

The findings of the survey will assist local economic development, workforce development and education professionals with meeting the needs of Iowa businesses. The survey results will also help businesses compare their benefits and needs to those of their region, the state as a whole and by primary industry.
 
To increase participation in the survey, we are asking you to please complete the survey.  If you have been chosen by IWD to complete a survey, they will mail you a letter with your user name and password.  Your information will be kept confidential and will only be reported in aggregate. 
 
For further information, please contact Robert Parker at robert.parker@iwd.iowa.gov or 515-281-7524.

Results of previous studies are available here:   www.iowaworkforcedevelopment.gov.
Apprenticeship Opportunities
 
Businesses and job seekers are discovering a hidden treasure in the US workforce- apprenticeships. Construction trade occupations generally come to mind, but other industries have found value in registered apprenticeship programs.
 
Healthcare, Information Technology, Hospitality, and Energy are a few of the sectors adding to the list of over 1,350 registered apprenticeship occupations currently available nationwide. Professional Brewer is a recently added occupation- developed by Iowa’s own Brewers Guild- and the first of its kind in the nation.
 
Apprenticeship is essentially a hybrid between post-secondary education and work. Unlike an internship, an apprenticeship is full-time, permanent employment. Classroom training is blended with on-the-job training that is tailored to the workforce needs of the employer.
 
The end results are vast. Employers have a high quality, highly skilled workforce. The employees enter into careers with upward mobility, and little to no student loan debt.

For more information:   https://gallery.mailchimp.com/abbe55852de8f93618fa883a9/files/Apprenticeship_Worker_Flyer.pdf
 

Interested in Serving on the ACED Board?       
       
The ACED Board of Directors consists of 6 elected positions and 1 appointed County Supervisor.  Board members must be ACED members in good standing to serve on the board.  Each term is three years long and terms are staggered so two board members terms expire each year.  Board members can serve indefinite consecutive terms as long as they receive the majority of the votes.  Each ACED member receives one ballot each year via mail.  Winners are announced at the ACED annual banquet.  ACED Board is currently meeting the 3rd Thursday of the month at noon.  Ideally ACED would like to see representation throughout the county.  If you are interested in serving on the ACED Board, please contact Val Reinke by calling 563.568.2624 or emailing aced@mchsi.com.

Membership Drive in Underway
 
ACED mailed membership renewal information in July.  Please complete and return. 
 
ACED is here to enhance existing economic development efforts in the county by:
  • Retention and expansion of existing business and industry
  • Tourism marketing and coordination
  • Housing needs assessment and development
  • Recruitment of new business and industry by providing assistance and referrals
 
ACED is funded by contributions from the county, communities, banks, utilities and business memberships.  Our organization has been in existence since 1997 and governed by a seven person board.  Currently our board members are Matt Cole, Alliant Energy – Lansing Plant; Bill Nation – Harpers Ferry; Mike Myers, Veterans Memorial Hospital; Sharon Kubitz, Ewing Real Estate; Mike Kruckenberg, Waukon State Bank; Christina Drahos, Drahos & Senft CPAs; and Larry Schellhammer, Board of Supervisors – Allamakee County.
 
If you have any questions, please contact Val Reinke directly at 563-568-2624 or aced@mchsi.com.
 
 
Allamakee County Economic Development & Tourism
2015-2016 Annual Meeting

 
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Lansing, Iowa
Guest Speaker, Time & Location to be determined.
 
Annual Meeting Invitation & Ballot will be mailed Monday, September 26, 2016.  Ballot will be due Monday, October 10
 
 
ALLAMAKEE COUNTY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OFFERS CLASS
“START-UP: AN INTRODUCTION TO STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS”
 
Allamakee County Economic Development through a Growing Small Business in Northeast Iowa grant, is offering the class “Start-Up: An Introduction to Starting a Small Business”, in partnership with NICC-Waukon.
 
Thinking about starting a business but not sure how to begin?  There are so many questions that need to be answered.  Do I have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? How do I know if my business idea is a good one? Will I have enough money to start the business or what are my financing options?  All of these concepts, and perhaps more that you haven’t even thought of yet, are discussed in this class.  Entrepreneurs will learn what is necessary to build a firm foundation for a new venture, determine business feasibility, choose a legal form of business, register and license a business, and learn to make cash flow projections.  Get prepared to the one out of five small business owners who actually succeed with a solid business plan to make it happen.
 
This class, instructed by business professional Steve Horman, is scheduled on Tuesday, September 27, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Cost: $15.00 per person at the NICC Waukon Center located at 1220 3rd Ave NW, Suite 102, Waukon.
  
Growing Small Business in Northeast Iowa grant partners include the Northeast Iowa Business Network (NIBN), Northeast Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC). This solution is partially funded by a $35,500 grant to the Winneshiek County Development, Inc. from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.
 
To register online for “Start-Up: An Introduction to Starting a Small Business” (#50588) or for more information, visit www.nicc.edu/solutions, call NICC Business and Community Solutions at (800) 728-2256, ext. 399, or call Val Reinke, Executive Director, Allamakee County Economic Development at (563) 568-2624.
 
Please note:  Class size is limited and pre-registration is required by 9/20/2016.


Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements

Incomplete or inaccurate reporting of work related injuries and illnesses ranks as one of the most frequently-cited OSHA violations each year. Join this class, led by a state Division of Labor professional, to sharpen your knowledge regarding OSHA recordkeeping standard 29 CFR 1904. Participants will discuss how and when to record an injury or illness, criteria for treatment and first aid, application of the standard to multiple business establishments and workplace scenarios, and the requirements for record retention and updating.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 11:30 am — 1:00 pm: NICC Calmar Campus Wilder Business Center Room 104 Calmar, IA Cost: $29.00 per person Space is limited so reserve a space today! Refund Policy: If a class is cancelled by NICC, a full refund will be issued. No refund will be given if the participant cancels five business days or less prior to class start date. Note that some fees are not refundable. Sponsored by: Recertification Credit Hours Applied for: 1.5

To register for: Class # 52863 go to: www.nicc.edu/solutions or call 563.562.3263 ext. 399 Pre-registration is required.
 
Ergonomics

Iowa Employers’ Councils are groups of employers who work in partnership with Iowa Workforce Development to meet the needs of businesses and provide expert information on issues that effect the business community. If you would like to know more about what ECI has to offer, visit www.iowaworkforce.org/eci. An Equal Opportunity Employer/Program All of us could significantly reduce our risk of injury if we could understand the basic concepts of ergonomics. In this class learn the common principles of minimizing risk of soft tissue, repetitive-motion injuries in the workplace. Join this OSHA expert to discuss the risk factors of soft tissue injuries, how to safely mitigate them, and methods you can use to evaluate jobs in your organization for risks. Finally, we will discuss practical solutions for identified ergonomic risks.

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 8:30 am — 11:00 am: NICC Calmar Campus Wilder Business Center Room 104 Calmar, IA Cost: $29.00 per person Space is limited so reserve a space today! Refund Policy: If a class is cancelled by NICC, a full refund will be issued. No refund will be given if the participant cancels five business days or less prior to class start date. Note that some fees are not refundable. Sponsored by: Recertification Credit Hours Applied for: 2.25
To register for: Class # 52942 go to: www.nicc.edu/solutions or call 563.562.3263 ext. 399 Pre-registration is required.
 
CREATING A RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE
  
CALMAR—Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC), through a Growing Small Business in Northeast Iowa grant, is offering the class “Creating a Respectful Workplace”, in partnership with Winneshiek County Development, Inc.
It is imperative today for every organization to ensure a respectful, legally compliant environment free from all types of harassment, for all employees.  Using discussion and activities, we will identify, define and describe behavior that is and is not welcomed at work, best practices to support behaviors that boost productivity and safety, and illegal behaviors that don't belong on the job.  Emphasis will also be placed on the importance of everyone's responsibility to make an organization a better place to work.  This class, instructed by Cindy Yslas, is scheduled on Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m., at the Wilder Business Center on the NICC Calmar Campus, located at 1625 Highway 150 South, Calmar.

Growing Small Business in Northeast Iowa grant partners include the Northeast Iowa Business Network (NIBN), Northeast Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC). This solution is partially funded by a $35,500 grant to the Winneshiek County Development, Inc. from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

To register online for “Creating a Respectful Workplace” (#53799) or for more information, visit www.nicc.edu/solutions or call NICC Business and Community Solutions at (800) 728-2256, ext. 399. Class size is limited and pre-registration is required.

Contact:         Shea Herbst, NICC Director of Marketing & Communication
563.556.5110, ext. 296; herbstsh@nicc.edu
 
More upcoming classes offered through NICC:
 
51147 Webinar 09/01/16 Time Management 12:00-1:00 $29.00

51464 Zoom 09/06/16 Microsoft Word 2013 Fast Paced Level 1 - 5:00-8:00 $129.00 
  
51551 09/07/16 Basic Sewing:  Learning to Read a Pattern 4:30-6:30 $29.00 NICC Waukon

51442 Webinar 09/13/16 Microsoft Word 2013 Mail Merge 11:00-12:00 $29.00

51477 Zoom 09/13/16 Let's 'Blog' About It! 6:00-7:30 $19.00 NICC-Waukon

51484 Zoom 09/14/16 Microsoft Excel 2013 A Focus on Formulas 1:00-3:30 $39.00 NICC-Waukon

51459 Zoom 09/20/16 Microsoft Excel 2013 Fast Paced Level 1 5:00- 8:00 $129.00 NICC-Waukon

50588 09/27/16 Small Business Start-Up:  An Introduction to Starting a Small Business Series 9:00-11:00 $15.00 NICC-Waukon

50406 Webinar 10/04/16 Social Media Marketing - Attract Fans, Build Your Network & Get Results! 11:30-1:00 $15.00

51340 10/04/16 Wills, Esates & Trusts 6:30-8:30 $19.00 NICC-Waukon

51547 10/06/16 Beginning Sign Language Plus 6:00-8:00 $25.00 NICC- Waukon
 
 
New Businesses/New Management

Odie's Place
Waukon Bowling Alley
New Management: Scott Oder

Hey Everyone! Were open!!! Come on down and bowl a few games! Beer is cold! Hope to see a few of you down here!

Scott is trying to get a  Monday Night Football  League going.

Interested? It would run 16 weeks while Monday Night Football is going on. It would consist of 4 person teams. Hoping to get some people back into bowling that may not want to do a whole 32 week league while being able to watch the Monday Night games. Let him know your thoughts at 563-794-1239 or visit them at:   https://www.facebook.com/OdiesPlaceWaukon/
 
Waukon Public House
7 Spring Ave, Waukon, Iowa 52172
Grand Opening was August 19th

Local drinking establishment dedicated to great cocktails and cold beer.

Hours
Tue-Fri: 4:00 pm - 2:00 am
Sat: 12:00 pm - 2:00 am
Sun: 12:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Claim your Cash Friday weekly promotion gift card giveaway!! Must have a drink to enter. You may enter daily for a chance to win a $40 gift card. Drawing will be Friday at 6:30! Must be present to win! visit them at: https://www.facebook.com/WaukonPublicHouse/
 
Pool 9 Pub & Grub
 

Attention! My husband Dave and I have purchased Fred's Eastside Tap and the adjoining restaurant in New Albin, IA. The new name of our establishment is Pool 9 Pub & Grub. Much work has been done on the restaurant side and are beginning on the bar. Will open as soon as all licensing is in place. New phone number is 563-544-4999.
 

Amber's Therapeutic Massage
100 West Main St, Waukon IA

Amber attended NICC in Calmar, IA for massage therapy. 

Amber practices techniques in relaxation massage, chair massage, and reflexology. The focus is to help clients become more aware of their bodies from the inside all the way out into the energy field around us. I believe everyone deserves a massage.

 
 
Do Your Best Martial Arts
Coming to Postville
 
article written by: 
Sharon Drahn of The Postville Herald

Troy Kelly, who has been involved with martial arts for 22 years, is opening his martial arts studio in Postville next month. While waiting to formally open his studio, he currently is offering free classes at Lull’s Park.

Kelly, who has been running a studio in Clinton, said, “I am anxious to get settled in Postville as my fiance’s family lives here and it is a place we can see ourselves raising our family.”

About his history with martial arts, Troy said, “I started martial arts in March of 1994 and in November of 2005 I received a second degree black belt. Two years later in December of 2007 I received a third degree black belt.”

Currently, free classes are being offered at Lull’s Park in Postville on Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays through the end of August. “We are offering these classes as a promotion so people can get a feel for what we offer. Kids classes are being held from 5-6 p.m. and adults are meeting from 7-8 p.m. Private class times are also available.

To learn more about Do Your Best Martial Arts log on to their Facebook page at Do Your Best Martial Arts or also by telephone at (563) 321-3293.

Wexford Creek Pet Services

Hi everyone, I'm Whitney the owner of Wexford Creek Pet Services. I'm a state licensed veterinary technician and my goal is to help keep your pets comfortable while your away! I understand boarding facilities can be very stressful for some pets or difficult for owners with multiple pets, and I'm here to help! I have 10+ years experience working with all species of animals, including livestock and exotics.

Im also able to provide specialized nursing care for special needs pets. Administering medications, insulin injections for diabetic pets, nail trims, ear cleaning, bandage changes, and microchiping services. visit me at: https://www.facebook.com/WexfordCreekPetServices19/?fref=ts

I look forward to meeting you and your pets!

to Allamakee County
we invite you to live, work and play here.

 
Let's all show our support to these new owners/managers by stopping by to say Hi and check out what they have to offer. 
 
 
How do you fill an empty building?
 
Have you ever stumbled into Becky McCray and Deb Brown from SAVEYOUR.town on the internet?  Well I have and I decided to pay the $20 and participate in their webinar regarding empty buildings.   How many buildings are empty in your hometown?  Why are those buildings empty?  Are there expensive code-compliance issues or huge remodeling needs?  Are the owners absent?  Is it cheaper to let them rot than do something?  Are the owners asking too much in rent?  Are the titles clouded?  Is your downtown activity nil?  Would you consider hosting a tour of empty buildings?  How do you find ideas for new businesses?  What are some other things you can do with downtown buildings?  What if the building is a school building?  What if it is in poor condition?  What can you do it with it as is?   If you want to know more please give me a call at 563.568.2624. 
 

Allamakee County Business Incentives
Tierney Building
(former J.C. Penney bldg)

Building for Sale: Many options. See Poster (pdf) for easier to read details.

Wanted Poster 
(easier to read version)

Visit Location One on our County Website  for other building/business opportunities in Allamakee County.

 

Bluff Country 2nd Annual ATV/UTV Ride

The 2nd annual Bluff Country ATV/UTV Ride will be held Saturday, October 1.  The Harpers Ferry Boosters Inc is the sponsor of the 85 mile ride which will include Mt. Hosmer, Countryside Orchard, Village Creek Bible Camp, Driftless Area Education & Visitor Center, and Wexford Valley Campground. 

You can find updates, route, menu and more on the event’s facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/BluffCountryATV/?fref=ts

 Preregistration for ATV Ride is Friday Sep 30, 2016 5pm – 7pm Harpers Ferry Community Center. Registration and payment to be mailed to Harpers Ferry Boosters Inc, PO Box 162, Harpers Ferry, IA  52146.  The cost per unit is $50.  A light breakfast will be served 7 – 8 a.m. at the Meehan Community Center.  Those registered will receive a t-shirt and participant bag.  Catered lunch will be available for an additional charge at Mt. Hosmer.

All traffic laws must need to be followed, as well as, group speeds and route.  You can find specific details about Allamakee County’s ordinance at:

http://www.allamakee.us/uploads/site/sheriff3/atv-utv-ordinance-for-publication.pdf.

For more information please contact Dean Anderson by emailing deannanderson@mediacombb.net or calling 319-269-2345.


Harvest Festival Features Big Pumpkin Contest

Lansing Main Street will host the Harvest Festival on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The harvest festival will feature the Big Pumpkin Contest.  Big pumpkins from the Driftless Area will begin weigh-in at 9 a.m. at Clancey's Corner (Main & Front).  A $500 cash prize will be awarded to the biggest pumpkin entered.  No pre-registration is required.  The Harvest Festival will also include farmer’s market, music, the original ice cream shop will open for the day, and games.  This festival will be a great event for all ages.  Please contact Lansing Main Street at 563-568-9229 or director@lansingmatters.com for more information.  

 

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Kick-Off Fall
 
NICC is hosting Fall Fest on Thursday, September 8.  Everyone is welcome to join the fun from 5 – 8 p.m. at the Calmar Campus.  Enjoy food, inflatables, rides and carnival games for kids of all ages, as well as, music throughout the evening.   

   
 



Drive the Great River Road
 
Thursday, September 1
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Friday, September 2
 Wine Tasting Room Open at Empty Nest Winery
Lions business meeting 5:15 pm @ Gus and Tonys  
Live Music "Buck Hollow" – Waukon Vet’s Club
Saturday, September 3
Live Music "Back Home Boys" 8pm-midnight – Missfitz Bar & Grill
Tailgate Party Saturdays – Mulligans Grill Pub Waukon
Sunday, September 4
 Live Music on the Patio - Empty Nest Winery
Live Music "Mr. Fugley" 8pm-midnight – Missfitz Bar & Grill
Monday, September 5
 LABOR DAY – ACED OFFICE CLOSED
NO LIBRARY ACTIVITIES
Tuesday, September 6
 Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
 Tator Tuesday – Dave’s Gus & Tony’s Pizza & Steakhouse
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
Waterville City Council Meeting
 Waukon City Council Meeting
Wednesday, September 7
Brown Bag ‘n’ Books {adult storytime}, 12-1pm - Robey Memorial Library
Thursday, September 8
 Tech Tutor- Robey Memorial Library
Friday, September 9
 Friday Night Cruisin – WW Homestead Dairy
 Wine Tasting Room Open at Empty Nest Winery
Steppin’ Out in Pink (Fish Hook Festival) – Gundersen Clinic Waukon
Saturday, September 10
Tailgate Party Saturdays – Mulligans Grill Pub Waukon
Empty Nest Winery CLOSED for Wedding
Steppin’ Out in Pink – Gundersen Clinic Waukon
Car Cruise (Reg. 10 am - noon - Waterville Fire Dept.
       for more information: http://www.watervilleiowa.com/
Sunday, September 11
Mission Fest Ham & Chicken Dinner – St. John’s UCC
Pancake Breakfast 7 am–12:30 pm (sponsored by Waukon Lions Club)- Waukon Vet’s Club
Monday, September 12
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 Harpers Ferry City Council Meeting
 New Albin City Council Meeting
 Postville City Council Meeting
 Unemployment Outreach Representative – NICC Waukon Center
 Waukon Farmers Market
Tuesday, September 13
 Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
 Tator Tuesday - Dave’s Gus & Tony’s Pizza & Steakhouse
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
Thursday, September 15
 Auxiliary Euchre Marathon – Senior Citizens Room – Waukon Wellness Center
Foundation Book Sale, 2- 6pm - Robey Memorial Library
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Friday, September 16
 Wine and Painting party 5:30 must pre-register by calling winery 563-568-2758. - Empty Nest Winery
Lions Program Meeting 5:15 pm @ Gus and Tonys
Wexford Fish Fry – Wexford Immaculate Conception Church
Saturday, September 17
Tailgate Party Saturdays – Mulligans Grill Pub Waukon
Farm Crawl from 1-4:00pm - Empty Nest Winery
Table Game Day, 10am- 12pm - Robey Memorial Library
Sunday, September 18
 Live Music on the Patio - Empty Nest Winery
Farm Crawl from 1-4:00pm - Empty Nest Winery
Monday, September 19
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 Lansing City Council Meeting
 Unemployment Outreach Representative - – NICC Waukon Center
 Waukon City Council Meeting
 Waukon Farmers Market
Tuesday, September 20
 Amish Haystack Supper
 Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
 Tator Tuesday - Dave’s Gus & Tony’s Pizza & Steakhouse
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
Wednesday, September 21
Norwegian Meatball Supper from 4:30 – 8:00 pm - Waukon First Presbyterian Church 
Ergonomics Class -NICC Calmar
Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements-NICC Calmar
Thursday, September 22
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Friday, September 23
 New Albin City Wide Garage Sales
Waukon Fall City Wide Garage Sales
 Wine Tasting Room Open at Empty Nest Winery
Saturday, September 24
 New Albin City Wide Garage Sales
Waukon Fall City Wide Garage Sales
Tailgate Party Saturdays – Mulligans Grill Pub Waukon
Harvest Breakfast 6:30-10 a.m. - Waukon First Presbyterian Church 
Biggest Pumpkin Contest and Harvest Festival - 9 am to 3 pm -Lansing
Monday, September 26
 Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
 FREE MEALS in WAUKON
 Fresh Conversations
 Unemployment Outreach Representative - – NICC Waukon Center
 Waukon Farmers Market
Tuesday, September 27
 After School with Ross - Robey Memorial Library
 Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
 Start-Up: An Introduction to Starting a Small Business - NICC Waukon Center
 Tator Tuesday - Dave’s Gus & Tony’s Pizza & Steakhouse
 Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
Thursday, September 29
 Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Free Class: Tablet Round Table, 5:30pm - Robey Memorial Library
CREATING A RESPECTFUL WORKPLACE - NICC Calmar
Creating a Respectful Workplace - NICC Calmar
Friday, September 30
 Wine Tasting Room Open at Empty Nest Winery
       release Radiant Strength Limited Edition wine with proceeds going to Breast Cancer. 
Revelation Speaks Peace (bible seminar series) (Pre-register at www.revpeace.com ) - Robey Memorial Library
 

Visit http://www.allamakeecounty.com/calendar-of-events.html   for more information/details on above events or click on the following links to go to individuals sites.


Robey Memorial Library             WW Homestead Dairy      
NICC Waukon Center                 Empty Nest Winery               Waukon Wellness Center
Waukon Banquet Center            Madigan Winery                     Veteran's Memorial Hospital
 
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