We wish to thank every who participated in Regional Connections Multi Chamber Networking yesterday including the Chambers who participated. Participating Chamber Executives pictured here from front to back and left to right include…
Front from left to right: Marilyn Trongeau of Twin Lakes Area Chamber & Business Association, Inc., Katy Engels of Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce, Connie Meadie of Lindenhurst – Lake Villa Chamber of Commerce, and Anna Clementi of Racine Area Manufacturers and Commerce.
Back from left to right: Barbara Porch of Antioch Chamber of Commerce, Lou Molitor of Kenosha Area Chamber, Jennifer Ditscheit of Greater Union Grove Area Chamber of Commerce, and Rich Walker of Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau: Illinois Playground
Congratulations to Clark Dietz for their recognition at the 26th Wisconsin Main Street Awards ceremony for “Best Upper Floor Rehabilitation” Project. Clark Dietz moved into the historic Kenosha National Bank building’s newly renovated 6th floor in March 2016. This move signified the firm’s commitment to being a part of invigorating Kenosha’s downtown business district and providing local service to their clients.
Clark Dietz, Inc. is a recognized leader in transportation, civil, environmental, mechanical, electrical, and structural engineering. More information on Clark Dietz’s services can be found at www.clarkdietz.com.
Excerpts from the blog of Nita Becker of Southport Bank: The April, 2017 Leadership Kenosha class meeting began at the Community Action Agency. After a tour of the Community Action Agency, Pam Halbach presented a very interesting discussion of the various programs the Community Action Agency performs, including the Dedicated Dad’s Program which is run by our own Sharmain Harris! Dine Bosovich of the Kenosha County Division of Health also gave a presentation on the numerous services performed by the Division of Health and the partnership between the two agencies.
Debra Karp, Interim Executive Director of Continuing Education and Community Engagement of the University of Wisconsin Parkside, also discussed the role of non-profit agencies, the characteristics of the corporate structure and the roles of the Board of Directors.
The afternoon session was hosted by Aurora Heath Care and Doug Koch, President, gave an overview of the operations of Aurora and led a discussion on leadership. This was followed by a session on multiculturalism and diversity presented by Julani Bayan of Gateway Technical College. Overall, the day was extremely informative and everyone walked away with an ever-increasing knowledge leadership.
Today we had the honor of attending the Ribbon Cutting for Binder Family Chiropractic to their move to their newer, larger location. Dr. Kellen Binder has been practicing for 3 years in the greater Kenosha area and will be joined by his wife, Dr. Amanda Binder, in their new location. Binder Family Chiropractic offers Chiropractic services, x-ray, digital nerve scans, massage therapy and wobble and traction therapies. Both Drs. Kellen and Amanda are dedicated to serving the community by improving the health of you and your family through Chiropractic wellness care.
Binder Family Chiropractic
10715 75th Street
Kenosha WI 53142
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Tedi Winnett, Leadership Kenosha facilitator, will be retiring in June of 2017 after 30 years of service as the Director of Kenosha County UW-Extension and Leadership Kenosha Facilitator.
Tedi has been a member of the Leadership Kenosha Steering Committee since its inception in 1998. She’s been a wonderful facilitator and will be missed dearly. Thank you for your dedication to the leaders of Kenosha!