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October 15th, 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly) - Oct 15 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly edition) - Week of October 15, 2018
Our mission: To improve the overall business climate for our members and quality of life for the community through sponsorship of programs which promote civic and economic development, stimulate growth, and support relevant political action.
Our vision: To foster and facilitate the success of Carthage area businesses, so our community is financially healthy and the people living, working, and playing in Carthage can enjoy a higher quality of life.
All events are subject to delays or cancellations. Call ahead to confirm.
Spotlight News
Emerging Leaders (CEL)
“The Power of Impromptu Speaking” Lunch & Learn
Tuesday, October 23
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. ▪ Stone’s Throw Dinner Theatre, 2466 W. Old 66
The Carthage Chamber of Commerce and Greater Joplin Toastmasters invite Chamber members ages 21-40 to participate in this Lunch & Learn, as they discuss how to harness the power of impromptu speaking. Practical exercises and tips to make you shine the next time you are asked to speak on the spur of the moment.
Cost $12* includes lunch. TODAY is the last day to RSVP for this luncheon. For info, contact Mary Jo at 417-358-2373 or mjlittle@carthagechamber.com.

September 24th, 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly) - Sep 24 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly edition) - Week of September 24, 2018
Our mission: To improve the overall business climate for our members and quality of life for the community through sponsorship of programs which promote civic and economic development, stimulate growth, and support relevant political action.
Our vision: To foster and facilitate the success of Carthage area businesses, so our community is financially healthy and the people living, working, and playing in Carthage can enjoy a higher quality of life.
All events are subject to delays or cancellations. Call ahead to confirm.
Spotlight News
“Magic under the Maples”
Tuesday, September 25
12:30-10:30 p.m. (see times below)
Carthage Senior Center, 404 E. 3rd
Carthage Emerging Leaders (CELs) will be partnering with the Carthage Senior Center to host an evening of music and revelry for Carthage area senior citizens.
Contact Mary Jo to sign up for one or more times:
     12:30-1:30 p.m. setup
     7-10 p.m. greeting, mingling, hosting event
     10-10:30 p.m. cleanup
Whether you have 30 minutes, an hour, or the entire afternoon and evening, whatever time you can give would be welcome.  Families and kids are welcome!
Admission for the evening will be $5 (cash only), paid at the door.  All proceeds go toward the Center’s event-related expenses.  Guests are welcome to bring snacks and goodies to share.
For info, contact Mary Jo at 417 358-2373 or mjlittle@carthagechamber.com.

September 17th, 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly) - Sep 17 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly edition) - Week of September 17, 2018
Our mission: To improve the overall business climate for our members and quality of life for the community through sponsorship of programs which promote civic and economic development, stimulate growth, and support relevant political action.
Our vision: To foster and facilitate the success of Carthage area businesses, so our community is financially healthy and the people living, working, and playing in Carthage can enjoy a higher quality of life.
All events are subject to delays or cancellations. Call ahead to confirm.
Spotlight News
Mid-Morning Mingle
Friday, September 21
9:30-10:30 a.m. • Maple Tree Terrace, 2510 Clinton
Please join us between 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. this Friday, September 21 for the next Mid Morning Mingle hosted by Maple Tree Terrace. Shake some hands, meet some fellow members, have some breakfast snacks and coffee, and share information about your business. ONLY 3 speaking spots remain.  To secure a speaking spot or RSVP, contact Neely at 417 358 2373 or nmyers@carthagechamber.com.

September 10th, 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly) - Sep 10 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly edition) - Week of September 10, 2018
Our mission: To improve the overall business climate for our members and quality of life for the community through sponsorship of programs which promote civic and economic development, stimulate growth, and support relevant political action.
Our vision: To foster and facilitate the success of Carthage area businesses, so our community is financially healthy and the people living, working, and playing in Carthage can enjoy a higher quality of life.
All events are subject to delays or cancellations. Call ahead to confirm.
Spotlight News
Monday Member Meet-up
Monday, September 10
2 p.m. ▪ Chamber office, 402 S. Garrison
Please join the Chamber to celebrate our new members Monday, September 10 at 2 p.m. at the Chamber office. Meet our new members, new employees at member businesses, and new businesses. New members will have a chance to tell our Ambassadors, board members, and fellow members about their businesses. Make sure to peek into the conference room for a look at some amazing historical postcards collages that were recently donated to the Chamber.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Jasper/Newton County  ·Jared and Karrie Oxford-Carthage Crisis Center · Kelsie O’Daniel-Carthage Technical Center · Chrysta Sanchez-Halo Salon · iPhone Restorations · Kaskade Steakhouse · KFC · MadStyle Salon · Netfishes · Old Missouri Bank · Halie Lowery-Oxford Healthcare · Shane and Kara Campbell-McDonalds · Saiko · Southwest Waste Services · Jessica Koppitz & Austin Rice-Specialty Risk · Sweet Peas Cookies & More
Remember to drop your card in the fishbowl for your chance to win the quarterly prize valued at $100. RSVP to Neely at 417-358-2373 or nmyers@carthagechamber.com.

September 4th, 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly) - Sep 3 2018

Spotlight on Carthage (Weekly edition) - Week of September 3, 2018
Our mission: To improve the overall business climate for our members and quality of life for the community through sponsorship of programs which promote civic and economic development, stimulate growth, and support relevant political action.
Our vision: To foster and facilitate the success of Carthage area businesses, so our community is financially healthy and the people living, working, and playing in Carthage can enjoy a higher quality of life.
All events are subject to delays or cancellations. Call ahead to confirm.
Spotlight News
Monday, September 3
Chamber office closed for Labor Day

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