A free training session, “Engage to Retain”, is being offered June 20 by the East Central Human Resources Cooperative and Express Employment Professionals.
Race the Rum 5K & 1 Mile was held on Saturday, June 1, 2019. Congratulations to these race winners:
1 Mile overall: 1st Place-Hunter Jacobson, 2nd Place – Andrina Gross, 3rd Place – Parker Leiseth
5K Youth Division: 1st Place – Rudy Challander, 2nd Place – Makenna Sjoberg, 3rd Place – Isaac Peltier
5K Women’s Division: 1st Place – Jennifer Zanol, 2nd Place – Kari Terhell, 3rd Place – Mari Bostrom
5K Men’s Division: 1st Place – Jesse Haugen, 2nd Place – Josh McCormick, 3rd Place – Kyle Johnson
At this month’s North 65 Chamber of Commerce Luncheon, we featured a presentation of the results of the Community Health Needs Assessment presented by Nicki Klanderud, Manager of Community Engagement at Cambridge Medical Center, and Sarah Motl, Community Health Supervisor at Isanti County Public Health Department.
View the presentation here.
For the second consecutive year, the U.S. Small Business Administration and SCORE Association will host the National Small Business Week Virtual Conference on May 7-8, 2019. The virtual conference will include educational webinars on starting and growing a business, mentoring sessions and business resources. The virtual conference is free of charge, but registration is required.
Click on the link below to register.
Food Safety Certification at Pine Tech College
Take the ServSafe Certification Course and Exam on The Same Day
Monday February 18, 2019
Monday March 18, 2019
Monday May 6, 2019
For more information, download the brochure here.
MNDOT District 3 Project Updates
At the January North 65 Chamber of Commerce luncheon, Luke Wehseler, PE, Project Manager/ Consultant Coordinator, gave a presentation titled “MNDOT District 3 Project Updates”.
You can view the presentation slideshow as a PDF by clicking here.
As the income tax filing season approaches, the Minnesota Department of Revenue warns you to beware of scams attempting to steal your personal information.
What do I need to know?
Individuals or organizations may falsely represent themselves as being from the department. Use caution and never provide personal information unless you are sure the situation is legitimate.
When we contact you by phone, mail, or email, we will never:
- Demand immediate payment without first mailing a letter.
- Demand that you pay taxes and not allow you to question or appeal the amount you owe.
- Require that you pay your taxes a certain way, such as with a prepaid debit card.
- Threaten to contact police or law enforcement agencies to arrest you for not paying.
What if I receive a suspicious phone call or letter?
If you are concerned about a possibly fraudulent contact from someone claiming to be from the department, call us at 651-296-3781 or 1-800-652-9094 (toll-free). We can determine if the contact you received was legitimate.
What if I receive a suspicious email?
We will never ask you to provide, update, or verify personal information if you did not previously email us. Do not respond to such emails, and contact us with questions or concerns.
Phishing (as in “fishing for information” and “hooking” victims) is a scam involving emails sent to trick you into revealing personal and financial information. When you send scammers this information, they can use it to steal your identity.
Where can I learn more about scams and identity theft?
Many of the major trends predicted for 2019 will affect customer service, marketing, the modern workplace, technology and cyber security. Businesses will need to be prepared for these external factors in order to remain relevant and know how to improve their internal operations. See the full list in the article to ensure your business is ready for what the future will bring.
Bad online reviews can cause potential customers to shop elsewhere, negatively impacting your business’ bottom line. If your business has received a bad online review, there are steps you can take to handle it and minimize the damage.