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Shopko Hometown

Posted: Wed, September 26, 2012

They are moving right along at Shopko!  Crews are working to get all of the new product on the shelves.  Below are a few pictures of the work-in-progress.

The grand opening and ribbon cutting for Shopko will be Thursday October 18, 2012 at 8:30 am.  All are encouraged to attend!

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Mercy Family Clinic Welcome

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Quickbooks Class Offered

Posted: Wed, July 27, 2016
The University of Northern Iowa's Small Business Development Center is proud to offer a QuickBooks Level I class on September 20, 22, & 27 from 9:00 am-12:00 pm at their center located at 8120 Jennings Drive in Cedar Falls. The Quickbooks Level I class will take place in the Business and Community Services building in Room 33. Judy Schindel, CPA will serve as instructor for this course. You can learn how to set up a company, customer and vendor files, and chart of accounts. QuickBooks Level I will teach attendees how to manage money coming in and money going out including sales, invoicing, paying bills, and tracking expenses. Attendees will also learn how to use reports to understand their business, including profitability and sales trends. All materials are included with the registration fee. Basic computer knowledge is required.  The UNI Small Business Development Center is proud to offer this course for the small fee of $25.

To register, please call the UNI Small Business Development Center at 319-273-4344 or e-mail unisbdc@gmail.com. Registration is limited to the first 30 participants.

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Airport Campground Playground Equipment

Posted: Tue, July 19, 2016
The Chickasaw County Conservation Board has been working towards updating the playground equipment at Airport Lake Campground.  With the help of Chickasaw County Community Foundation and New Hampton Hotel-Motel grants, that project is in the works!  Check out the pictures below.  With the help of Lion's Club & three conservation employees, the new playground equipment is in and they hope to finish up the project in the next few weeks.  According to Matt Crayne with Chickasaw County Conservation there are plans to continue to improve the campground and add more campsites.  He stated that last year was a record year for usage of the campground.

This is a great example of how these grants help improve our county and quality of life.

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