The Post Falls Chamber of Commerce celebrated a ribbon cutting with the Idaho Youth Ranch retail store, 1600 E. Seltice Way, Post Falls.
The community of Post Falls exudes the spirit of collaboration, that is why we are honored to welcome Chief Pat Knight of the Post Falls Police Department and Chief Dan Ryan of Kootenai County Fire & Rescue as our keynote speakers at the April 21 Connect 4 Lunch meeting. Chief Knight and Chief Ryan will discuss how their agencies work together to keep the greater Post Falls community a safe and vibrant place to work, live and play. Thank you to Heritage Health our lunch sponsor.
Friday, April 10 is the 12th annual Hard Hats, Hammers & Hotdogs — not familiar with this event?
Our area high schools juniors and seniors get to have a hands on tour of the many vocational careers offered by KTEC and PTEC. From welding and diesel mechanics to operating heavy pieces of equipment to hands on demonstrations by the health programs. Nearly 1,000 students get a better idea of the fields they might want to pursue.
Tuesday, April 7 — CEO Speakers Series presented by Idaho Central Credit Union — we are pleased to have Mark Fisher, CEO for Advanced Benefits as our keynote speaker.
Wednesday, April 22 is our Community Business Fair, thank you to our Grand Sponsor, Northwest Specialty Hospital. This is a wonderful event to promote commerce in our community with 90-plus businesses under one roof. Awards will be given for: Best Booth, Marketing Guru, Most Creative and Best Food. Free and open to the public from 4-7 p.m.
To sharpen your business fair skills, please join us on Thursday, April 9 at noon for a complimentary marketing workshop with featured presenter Anne Hagman of Murray Group. Anne will offer “Tips for a winning business fair booth” An interactive presentation on how to create your most successful business fair booth ever! This program will use fundamental information on creating a successful booth, but the best part comes when the attendees brainstorm ideas and shares successes and learning experiences with each other. Attendees will leave energized and empowered to think outside the box and have their best event ever.
To register for events and programs, visit our website www.postfallschamber.com.
— On behalf of the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce