Luncheon celebrates workplace excellence
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[APRIL 8, 2005]
County Chamber of Commerce will present its 11th annual Office
Professionals Luncheon on April 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the
Knights of Columbus in Lincoln. Held in conjunction with National
Administrative Professionals Week, the popular annual event is
expected to attract administrative and support personnel, and their
supervisors, representing many public and private businesses
throughout Logan County.
Mark Dvorak will provide
entertainment during the luncheon. Following in the footsteps of
Woody Guthrie and Lead Belly, Dvorak will use humor, participation
and singalongs to take participants on a journey of past and
present, laughter and tears. "Dvorak's concerts and recordings have
been hailed as a refreshing portrait of the living folk tradition,
and his performance comes across like a friendly conversation with
neighbors," says Sing Out magazine.
Following the entertainment, the chamber's Technology Committee will
again provide free breakout sessions on "Productivity through
Glenn Brunk Stationers will host an office products vendor fair,
where manufacturers and retail businesses showcase their products
and provide free samples to participants.
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Greater Peoria Regional Airport will sponsor the grand door prize
drawing of two round-trip airline tickets, Peoria to Las Vegas, on
Allegiant Air. A three-station buffet luncheon will be catered by
Guzzardo's Italian Villa.
Reservations for the luncheon will be limited to the first 300
registrants on a first-come, first-served basis. The fee of $15 for
chamber members and $20 for nonmembers covers the price of the meal,
the entertainment, free giveaways and door prizes, and the optional
For more information or to make a reservation, call 735-2385 or
County Chamber of Commerce news release]
County Chamber of Commerce
S. Kickapoo St.
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