2018 Golf Outing presented by Hollywood Casino

Thank you to everyone who participated, volunteered and sponsored another successful Dearborn County Chamber Golf Outing presented by Hollywood Casino Lawrenceburg.

As always Grand Oaks was a tremendous host and the competition was fierce! Congratulations to the winning team from UCB with a score of 58!

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Thank you to all of our sponsors!

Indiana Farm Bureau

Stedman Manufacturing

Hrezo Engineering

Perfect North Slopes

Premier Properties Real Estate

DeVille Pharmacy

Zimmer Tractor

Dearborn Title

McDonald’s

City of Greendale

CalComm

Duke Energy

Dearborn Savings Bank

 

Highpoint Health

Keller Williams Realty

United Community Bank

Seitz Insurance Agency

Lightstone

St. Elizabeth

Willie’s Sports Cafe

The Friendship State Bank

City of Aurora

City of Lawrenceburg

MGP

Grand Oak

Chamber hosting “Hire Right or Hire Again” no cost HR workshop

The Chamber is kicking off a new monthly professional development series and with the support of Dearborn Savings Bank, this will be free to all Chamber members! The first session will be a Tuesday, June 26th  lunch and learn focused on hiring called “Hire Right or Hire Again” presented by certified trainer Jared Moore.

Are you:

  • Tired of filling empty positions out of desperation?
  • Frustrated by not finding enough qualified candidates despite aggressive advertising?
  • Lacking a hiring template that provides a road map?
  • Concerned about why your hires interview like rock stars and perform like duds?

Participants will learn the core concepts of the Sandler Hiring Process which is focused on hiring right the first time. This is a fantastic learning opportunity for hiring managers, small business owners and everyone involved in any stage of the hiring process.

The workshop will go from 11:30 to 1pm at the Aurora city building. To sign up visit www.dearborncountychamber.org or give us a call at 812-537-0814. There is no cost for chamber member employees, $10 for non chamber members. Lunch will be provided at no cost thanks to the support of Dearborn Savings Bank.

Dearborn County Career & Job Fair May 23

The Chamber is excited to be hosting the 2018 Dearborn County Job & Career Fair. The event will take place on May 23rd at Agner Hall on the Dearborn County fair grounds in Lawrenceburg.

DEARBORN COUNTY CAREER & JOB FAIR

May 23, 2018 Noon – 6pm

Agner Hall
Speedway Drive
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Below is a list of participating companies

Caring First Home Health LLC

Southeast Indiana Workforce Investment Board

Haag Ford Sales, Inc.

Indiana Mentor

Huff Realty

Drue Chrisman, Inc./Bob Aikins Lines, Inc.

Advantage Home Health Care, Inc.

Dearborn County Home Builders Association

Highpoint Health

Ivy Tech Community College – Riverfront Campus

Legal Shield – Penelope Colen

McDonald’s

McLane Food Service

Paul H. Rohe Company, Inc.

Polycraft Products Inc.

Ripley Crossing

Southeastern Indiana Economic Opportunity Corp.

Riverside Inn

Zumbiel Packaging

Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce

Youth Encouragement Services, Inc.

Meaningful Day Services

Batesville Products, Inc.

Staffmark

Res-Care 

Belflex Staffing Network

Setco

Belterra

Personal Touch Home Care

Ridgewood /Trilogy

Grand Buffet

Waters of Dillsboro/Ross Manor

Primerica

HW Staffing Solutions

Thrive Market, Inc

Community Mental Health Center, Inc.

DeVille Pharmacies, Inc.

Young Professionals Volleyball Tournament and Scholarship Deadlines in Two Weeks!

Young Professionals Volleyball Tournament at Willie’s HVL 5/20

Bump, set and spike for bragging rights and a good cause when the Dearborn County Young Professionals Co-Ed Sand Volleyball Tournament returns Sunday, May 20.

The third annual co-ed tournament will happen on the court at Willie’s Sports Café, 19325 Schmarr Drive, in Hidden Valley, Indiana. Registration and check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. and the first match serves at 10:30. The championship match will take place around 5:00 p.m.

Proceeds from the fun and wild event will benefit DCYP’s scholarships for local students and our many networking events.

Up to 10 teams will each be made up of six players with each team consisting of three men and three women. Teams may have more than six players, but any number beyond that will have to serve as substitutes or rotate out. The tournament format will be double elimination. Players ages 18 and older are welcome.

The cost is $150 per team or $25 per person. Each participant in the tournament will receive a free tournament t-shirt and a $5 gift certificate at Willie’s Sports Café. The top three teams will receive trophies and bragging rights!

To register your team or for more information, fill out the form below or complete the registration form AVAILABLE HERE and email it to DCYP president Rachel Reynolds at rachelreynolds0610@gmail.com. Please register by Saturday, May 12. Questions? Email or call Rachel Reynolds at (513) 335-5242.

 

Number of team members
Team Name



AIM YP’s tournament administrators conduct a blind draw to seed the tournament. Captains will then receive an email of the bracket and the start time of their first match.

 

 

DEARBORN COUNTY YOUNG PROFESSIONALS OFFERING $1,500 IN SCHOLARSHIPS TO FUTURE LEADERS

Part of Dearborn County Young Professionals’ mission is to support the next generation of outstanding individuals and entrepreneurs in our community. One of the ways the organization does that is by offering our DCYP Future Leaders of Dearborn County Scholarships.

The organization is awarding $1,500 in scholarships. Eligible individuals include Dearborn County residents who are a senior in high school or home school set to graduate in spring 2018.

Applicants are required to show their work experience, school activities, and community volunteer efforts. They must also complete an essay about an idea for a new or improved business in Dearborn County.

A successful applicant should include two letters of recommendation from teachers or professionals outside of their immediate family. A copy of the student’s most recent report card or transcript is also requested.

You can download and print the DCYP Future Leaders of Dearborn County Scholarship application here.

Completed applications should be emailed to aimyp2 -at- gmail.com. Applications may also be sent by U.S. mail or delivered in person to Dearborn County Young Professionals, C/O Dearborn County Chamber of Commerce, 320 Walnut Street, Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025. Scholarship applications must be received or postmarked by Friday, May 11, 2018.

Scholarship winners will be determined by members of the Dearborn County Young Professionals Committee.

Congratulations to St. Elizabeth on the New Medical Office!

Article from Eagle Country:

St. Elizabeth Healthcare’s new medical office building in Greendale is now open.

A grand opening and ribbon-cutting was held for the multi-million dollar, 25,000-square-foot facility Tuesday. More than 150 people attended the event, which featured a fly-in by a medical helicopter.

Dr. Aleah Gibson is one of the physicians now seeing patients in St. Elizabeth’s new Indiana home, which had been under construction since late 2016.

“There’s a (healthcare) access issue. I think that people need to be seen faster and sooner than they are. From a primary care aspect, that’s our goal – to serve that need and get patients seen when they want to be seen,” Gibson said.

In addition to family medicine and urgent care, the Greendale location includes specialty services such as neurology, spine and pain management, behavioral health, podiatry, endocrinology, dermatology and weight management. St. Elizabeth Healthcare says additional specialties will be added in the future.

“We’re trying to get care to people who really need it. We have an urgent care that is open seven days a week. It’s a much needed commodity here,” St. Elizabeth Greendale office manager Lea Donley.

“St. E” has had physicians in Dearborn County for about 10 years at offices in Aurora and Hidden Valley. Donley says those offices will remain open even with the addition of the new medical office building.

“We pull patients from a very large area in southeastern Indiana. We want to continue to serve those areas,” Gibson said.

About 75 people, including 15 doctors, will work in the new medical office building on Flossie Drive.

 

EcO Manufacturing Network

Development and Customization of Apprenticeships/Technical Certificate Programs-

The Regional EcO Manufacturing Network is cohosting information sharing sessions with Ivy Tech Community College to further the regional discussion around the development and customization of apprenticeships/technical certificate programs.

The two dates scheduled to continue these discussions include the following:

  •         Thursday, April 19th from 9:30-11 am at the Columbus Learning Center in the Summerville Conference Room (#1400), 4555                    Central Ave., Columbus, 47203
  •         Tuesday, April 24th from 9-10:30 am at the Jackson County Learning Center, 323 Dupont Dr., Seymour, 47274

The following items listed below will be a part of the discussion:

 

  •         Apprenticeship/Technical Certificate Program Overview
  •         Expectations and Roles
  •         Clarify Programs
  •         Identify Number of Students
  •         Start Date
  •         Sustainability Plan
  •         Recruiting Students
  •         Grant funding available via the state called Next Level- Employer Training Grant in which some funding is available to assist employers         with the cost of training new employees and the creation/development of new technical training programs. The grant provides up to                  $2,500 to qualifying companies for each new employee needing training or retraining.

Please email Stephanie Weber if you or members of your team plan to attend either of these sessions along with the date and location preferred.

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