james dahlMPH, is the new administrator Bayview Healthcare in Watford. Most recently, he served as Interim Executive Director of Career Staff Unlimited, The Reservoir in West Hartford and Arden House in Hamden. He is also Director of Operations for Vista Life Innovations in Madison. He lives in Westbrook.
“Is Your Virtual Assistant?”, by Belinda Sandor, Wednesday, Jan. 11 a.m., noon–1:30 p.m., Zoom.
“Grow Your Business with LinkedIn,” by Susan Catalano and Robert Clark. Wednesday Jan. 18, Zoom.
“Pricing Strategy: How to Determine Your Product or Service’s Value,” host Eric Munro, Thursday, Jan. 3-4:30 pm on the 26th, Zoom.
“Marketing Fundamentals,” Moderator Margo Wittkamp, Wednesday, Feb. 1 p.m. 5:30–7 p.m., Zoom.
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Great Secret Chamber of Commerce after hours business hours union theater Will be the hero Jane. 10, 5:30-7 pm Attendees are welcome to stay and enjoy the film. Union Theater is located at 5 Canal St., Westerly.
Great Secret Chamber of Commerce Staff and the board will hold an annual meeting to discuss the proposed budget, plans and new board members for the coming year. The meeting is scheduled for January. 19:08:30 Hilton mystic.
Visit www.mysticchamber.org for more information. Send any suggestions or questions before January. 16 to BruceFlax@mysticchamber.org.
Greater Norwich Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Dinner and Awards Dinner Will be the hero Jane. 26 in Mashantucket Pequot Museum and Research Center. Received Chamber of Commerce Service Award, Deb TavernCenterville Bank; Nonprofit of the Year, Institute of European Economics (Eastern Workforce Investment Council); Business of the Year, AA lock and key and billy wilson aging still.
Sponsors include Mashantucket Pequot Museum, Norwich Public Utilities, US Foods, CorePlus Credit Union, McKenna’s Flower Shop and La Francois Floral & Gifts, and Matthew’s Catering Company. Tickets are $45 for GNACC members and $55 for non-members. Visit www.norwichchamber.com.
Free Banking Foundation Board of Directors The Board of Trustees has approved a grant of $25,000 to support the National Conference on Community Justice (NCCJ), a human relations organization that promotes inclusion and acceptance. The funding will support NCCJ’s launch of new equity leadership coalitions in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
To learn more about the NCCJ and its opportunities to get involved in social justice, visit www.nccj.org. The registration deadline for the Equity Leadership Alliance, a free six-month program, is January 10. 27.
At the annual meeting of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) Connecticut District on December 13, Jewett City Savings BankThe Business Lending team received an Eagle Award.
The award recognizes the bank as the 7(a) Lender of the Year for asset classes under $500 million. The SBA’s most common loan program, the 7(a) program, provides financial assistance to small businesses with special needs.
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