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Summit Room, Spann Student Commons, Thomas College

180 West River Road
Waterville, ME

September 2020

Advocacy Refresher

September 10, 7:15 AM9:00 AM

Advocacy Refresher – Founder and President of Walton External Affairs Tim Walton explores why your government is your business, and why the legislature matters to you and your business. Committed to delivering high level, quality service, Walton External Affairs strategically focuses on three key service areas: government, business and industry relations. With a notable career spanning over twenty-five years, Tim has earned the reputation of being an effective, resourceful and responsive voice for those he represents. He is well-known and highly…

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October 2020

Business Breakfast Series

October 8, 7:15 AM9:00 AM

Legislative topic to be determined.

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November 2020

Active Shooter: Is Your Business Prepared?

November 12, 7:15 AM9:00 AM

Active Shooter: Is Your Business Prepared? Winslow Chief of Police Shawn O’Leary will discuss the requirements under OSHA and provide you with information to prepare your business and your employees in dealing with an active shooter or an active threat. Cost per person: $20 members; $27 at the door and non-members. Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, 50 Elm Street, Waterville, ME 04901-6015 TO REGISTER: E-mail: Cindy@midmainechamber.com • PHONE: 873-3315 • FAX: 877-0087 (PLEASE NOTE: Cancellations must be two (2) business days…

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December 2020

The Power and Impact of the Written Word in Business

December 3, 7:15 AM9:00 AM

The Power and Impact of the Written Word in Business. This is a facilitated discussion by Ted Helberg on using effective and accurate word choice, grammar, and organization in business writing. It will interject a little humor, discussion on common errors, and methods to correct them. Ted Helberg is a recently retired business executive.  He worked in Human Resources for almost forty years in several industries.  He also served as an adjunct instructor of English at several colleges. In graduate…

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