This event is for 20- and 30-somethings who want to discover the growth and
opportunity that lies within Lincoln and Logan County.
There is no admission fee for this event. Following the tours, there will be
pizza and appetizers at Sorrento's. Feel free to bring any special beverages if
you want something other than soft drinks.
This event is sponsored by MMIL Properties and Edward Jones, Bob Neal.
The next YPN event will be on Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. in the Lincoln Community High
School auditorium. Speakers Jack Shultz, author of "Boomtown USA," and Craig
Lindvahl, founder of a CEO program in Effingham, will talk about how millennial
entrepreneurs, young people under the age of 29, are quickly transforming
communities. Schultz will show how to create a community that encourages the
entrepreneurial spirit. The Oct. 21 event is open to everyone.
The Young Professionals Network is designed for individuals in their 20s and
30s who work in Lincoln and Logan County. The purpose of this group is to
connect young professionals with one another, to build strong relationships, to
grow together and develop ties to the community.
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There is no cost to young professionals who work for a member
business of the Lincoln/Logan County Chamber of Commerce.
Memberships for non-chamber members are also available.
If you plan to attend the downtown loft tours or want more
information about the Young Professionals Network, contact Meghan by
telephone at 217-735-2385 or by email at
[Text from Young Professionals
Network news release received from
the Lincoln/Logan County
Chamber of Commerce]