This 10-week educational seminar offers a unique opportunity for persons with a Memory Loss disease AND their care partners to gain valuable education and support. Each session features a local professional offering information about Memory Loss and the community support services available. In addition, there is ample time for discussion and sharing, allowing Care Partners and persons with Memory Loss to each experience a unique support group. Lifetime Membership! Cost: $100 per Family Location: Good Samaritan Society, Eugene Village 3500 Hilyard St. Eugene OR, 97405 (in the chapel) For information or to pre-register Please Call 541.747.4858
This committee meets to create a stronger membership base for the Chamber. In addition, they evaluate member benefits to ensure that the Chamber offers high quality services that fit the needs of our members-development, retention, events and communications. The committee reaches out to fellow members throughout the year, welcome new members aboard, and help celebrate membership milestones. This committee meets the second Tuesday of each month. If you have questions about this committee, please contact the Chamber at email@example.com.
One of the most common and frustrating questions for a small business owner is “Where can I get financial support for my business?” Sometimes they may be looking for a short term boost to help them through a new, exciting intiative. Other times they may be looking for a long term financial backstop.
Understanding how, why and when to access capital can be the difference between business success and failure.
Join us for session two of Springfield Chamber’s Business Boot Camp – Finance: Accessing Capital. In this session we will hear from several capital experts, describing the many varied forms of capital available and what they look for as funding agents.
Click below for information on sessions 1 and 3:
Session 1 – Planning
Session 3 – Marketing
On Thursday, February 28, 2013, from 3:30-5 pm, teens are invited to come to the Springfield Public Library to play Playstation and Wii games on the big screen. Held in the Library Meeting Room. Snacks are provided. Free.
Teen gaming will occur the 4th Thursday of every month from 3:30-5 pm
It has been 50 years since humans landed on the Moon. Maybe you remember? In 1969, when astronauts looked back at the Earth from space, they fell in love with “the Blue Planet,” and the photos they sent back changed us all. THE HOME PLANET is a poetic, visual, and musical journey celebrating the hope inspired by those first photos and our stories of connection to the blue planet we call home. This collaboration with composer/performer Cullen Vance exalts the sustaining beauty of that historic moment and the call of our own moment in history.
About the committee:
Open to all Chamber members, the Government Issues Committee members study pending legislation and recommend advocacy and action to impact laws and regulations on local, regional and state levels. The committee also organizes Candidates’ Forums and the Springfield Leadership Workshop. The Committee meets on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month.