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New year, new goals, new focus

It was easy as a National Guard photojournalist. Once per month, get an assignment, take some pics, write the story and by 4 pm on Sunday afternoon, hand it over to the editor. Taking on a writing project (like a blog, for instance) on your own brings an entirely new level of responsibility. Like actually doing it.

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Most of the last twenty entries came out of this keyboard with flowing grace, seemingly appearing effortlessly on my screen, like snow flakes floating down late some calm December afternoon.  The new year has brought on a flurry of new intensity, and focus on our Chamber’s core missions. So let’s get to it.

Banquet wrap up
The Programs & Services Committee started to work in earnest last summer planning the 2016 Annual Banquet, which culminated on January 22 in roaring fashion. We tweaked the event slightly untitled-50from 2015 including:

  • Separated the ‘business meeting’ portion from the banquet. This gave an opportunity to hear from staff and committee chairs about their efforts.
  • Incorporating a theme, encouraging attendees and sponsors to ‘dress up’ for the night. We heard most of our positive feedback surrounding this detail.
  • Reduced our sponsorship opportunities to create more value for those Members who partnered with us.
  • Re-arranged the room to fit more people in seats.
  • Pulled off a limited live auction to raise funds for The Friends and Veterans of The Old Armory.

In all, we could not be more pleased with the support, partnership with Red River Supply our presenting sponsor, and everyone who attended the wonderful evening. Standing ovation goes to the Chamber staff, June, Bekka and Shawna; and of course the Chamber’s Programs and Services Committee. Which by the way has already been scheming about next year’s annual festivities!

New website, new opportunities
As we promised last year, we delivered a Williston business directory for the first time; and launched the 2016 version of http://www.willistonchamber.com. With the help of DAWA Solutions Group, the Chamber’s website is now able to be mentioned in the same drop down menu as Williston Economic Development, Williston Convention & Visitor’s Bureau, Williams County and the the City of Williston.

The best part is that we’ll be able to have ALL events listed for members and non-members, making our website THE resource for tons of events, organizations and information. We look forward to working on fleshing that website out as we move forward.

Next week we’ll explore the political and issues of 2016 we’ll be following and influencing.

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Behind these walls

So much Chamber activity occurs behind the 58 year old walls of this building during the month, I thought I’d take some time to bring you up to speed on the things we are focusing on, the challenges we are tackling, and the direction we are heading.

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While I am a bit bummed about not being able to move into new office space with the City, we are turning our attention to this building, the Armory. We hope to become a downtown welcome and information center for the City, given our prime location. The Armory is a tremendous asset for the community and has an interesting history. My goal is to renovate the public spaces here to become another option for community meetings and gatherings, in the next 12-18 months.

The Chamber committees are showing a few cracks in their membership. Some of our volunteer leaders have stepped down, some have moved out of town, and we hope to replenish those important cogs in our chamber machinery. Additionally, there are some Board seats that have opened up, and filling them also takes some effort on our part to make sure we have the right mixture of leadership on our governing body.

Programs and Services:
The 2016 Business Directory project is heading into production phase. We’ve completely sold out of our allotted ad spaces thanks to June and the staff for an unbelievable effort for the first time. We’ve contracted with a local designer to help layout and print the publication. The book should be available by January to Members (it’s included with your membership), and purchase by non-members or the general public.

The 2016 Annual Banquet has been scheduled for January 22 at the Grand Williston. A standing ovation goes out to Red Red River Oilfield Services OvalRiver Oilfield Services for partnering with us as the Banquet’s presenting sponsor. We can’t think of a stronger local business to work with to kick off our new year. The staff and program committee is busy working on details of the banquet, including some 1920’s theme and appropriate music, chamber awards and other surprises. We made a formal invitation to Governor Jack Dalrymple to join us as the keynote speaker as he begins his final year in office. We won’t be able to confirm his attendance until about four weeks out from the event, but we are hopeful his office will think our event is the right venue for the Governor in January.

Another standing ovation goes out to KLJ Engineering, who along with DAWA Solutions Group will help theklj Chamber produce the 2016 Level UP Business Conference. The keynote speaker will be Norman Brodsky, noted Inc. Magazine columnist and author of the business savvy book “Street Smarts.” The program lined up will knock your socks off, as we continue to bring quality business programming to our community and our membership.


Random musings:

  • Major props to the veterans service office from Williston and Minot as they host the 2nd Williston Veterans Standdown today at the Armory. So many vets, homeless, a bit lost since returning or moving to Williston, unemployed, under cared for – need our attention and assistance. Thanks to everyone for this valuable service. God bless our vets.
  • Main Street is officially opening next week. It’s been a long two years, and we look forward to a vibrant, active, safe downtown Williston.
  • I hope the City, Hula Grill and its Main Street neighbors can come to a reasonable solution to the ordinance/venting flare up. Williston’s enforcing their code. Hula Grill is trying to run a business. Seems like there’s some room to make it work for everyone somehow.
  • The fall pheasant hunt is well underway, and ol’ dead eye here happened to thin a few birds out near Regent and Mott. Getting outdoors this time of year is good for the soul.

Enjoy the fall weather.

– Sjm

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Off season advocacy

The Greater North Dakota Chamber (state chamber of commerce) held its annual policy summit last week in Bismarck. It’s Greater North Dakota Chambervital we have a voice not only with state chamber advocacy efforts, but to demonstrate to legislative leaders our resolve to represent commerce in western North Dakota. From what I’ve been observing the past 18 months, the business community can help our elected officials in their efforts – if we step up and be counted. That’s where the Chamber can make an impact.

The event was organized into five issue panels, each one moderated by either Chris Berg, Valley News Life host, or Joel Heitkamp, KFGO “News & Views” radio host; and brother of current North Dakota US Senator, Heidi Heitkamp. The panels covered:

  • Corporate farming laws; how they affect family farms in ND;
  • Priorities of the Legacy Fund;
  • Political discussion from the Republican and Democrat viewpoints (mainly campaigns);
  • Higher education, aimed at accountability and cooperation among campuses, relationship with legislature; and
  • Taxes; focused on tax relief policies, property taxes, income taxes.

As voters across North Dakota roll their eyes facing another big election year in 2016, we in the chamber business must begin to prepare for how we will influence the process the next 18 months; in anticipation of the 2017 state legislative and congressional sessions. That behind the scenes work begins now.

Where does the Chamber play a role in this process?

While you are busy working on your business, our Government Affairs Committee is hard at work to make the Williston area relevant in our local, state and federal matters. The Chamber Eggs & Issues Policy Forums will bring state level policymakers and issues to you, the business community. Make sure you reserve a seat now.

The GAC will conduct another set of Eggs & Issues forums in the spring, and conduct the 2016 Candidate Forums in the fall of 2016. Initial planning has begun for a Washington DC fly-in in the spring, and potentially another Legislative Day in Bismarck. Believe me, it doesn’t happen by itself and not without Member input and participation.

Are you interested in making an impact with your fellow Chamber Members and the community? Step up and be an active member of the Government Affairs Committee. If you need more info, call or email the Chamber office.

2016 Business Directory Update

Draft coverThe intent with this project is to be a community resource, not just a Chamber directory. However, Chamber Members get first crack at the prime ad spots, and they are going fast. We have sought out local printers to do the job, and we’ve already had one drop out because they physically cannot print the product. Our aim is to go local on this awesome project, so we are hopeful one of the local print houses can accomplish the mission.

All Chamber members will be listed as part of their membership investment. We’re doing our best to reach non-Members to get them listed as well. Call June if you want to discuss your options to get in this great Chamber project.

2016 Annual Chamber Banquet

Image result for Roaring 20sMark your calendars for the 2016 “Roaring 20’s” Chamber Banquet for Friday, January 22, 2016. Programs and Services Committee member and KUMV-TV sales superman, Tim Pulliam is spearheading this project. We can always use some more input and hands to help, so call June here at the Chamber office to jump in on this short term project. Who knows who you will meet that will help your business?


Today’s random Chamber pic comes from Purity Oilfield Services 2nd Annual Truck Rodeo held in the heat and wind last Saturday. Truck drivers get a bad rap sometimes, but they are a very skilled and proud profession. Six teams competed in different events demonstrating just how hard it is to maneuver one of those 10 ton rigs. The proceeds from the event went to benefit Williston 4-H and the North Dakota Teen Challenge. Great Chamber Members doing great things in the community.

Truck Rodeos do not include horses

Truck Rodeos do not include horses

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With wind filling our sails, Chamber continues moving forward

Following our successful Rockin’ Ribfest community event, the Chamber has taken the past three weeks to reassess our program offerings for Members; both revenue generating events and educational programs that may or may not benefit the bottom line.

Successful event momentum is like a warm shower; it feels good for a while, but at some point you have to get dressed and get back to work. Eventually you have to decide to either cruise for a while in the humid summer breeze, or grab an oar and start rowing. For the Chamber, we’ve studied the charts and adjusted our heading a bit as we look to the last half of 2015.

Beginning in August the Chamber will begin to assemble the first ever (I’ve used that term a lot this year) Williston Area Business Directory. Using our staff, the Chamber’s position as a resource for businesses in the area, and our momentum we’ve built up the past seven months, we’ll be able to produce a community resource that’s sorely needed. While all Williston area businesses will be invited to be listed, the advertising spots and most visible placements will be offered to Chamber members first. I can’t wait to see how this turns out. Several local printers are bidding on the project, so I’m confident it will be a valuable local business guide. The goal is to expand the Chamber’s reach and visibility while providing a needed service and product for the business community in the area. Watch for more news and information about the directory in the next week.

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In September, we are launching the Chamber’s Eggs & Issues policy forums. A common program offering by chambers around the country, our Chamber is just picking up the pace in the public advocacy arena. This members-only event will be held the morning after the Chamber Business After Hours – enticing some high level state officials to make a two day visit to Williston. We’ll run three of these in the fall and three next spring.

The LevelUP Leadership Series will kick off in November and feature the hottest topics from our LevelUP 2015 Business Conference last May. The three part lunch series will feature one of our presenters from the May conference, exploring in depth one of the session topics like sales and marketing, human resources issues, or personal growth and development. All of this leads up to the LevelUP 2016 Conference in May 2016, which is already shaping up nicely.

Our monthly Business After Hours events, which traditionally garner between 80-110 attendees, have continued to be quality opportunities for Chamber Members to network, learn, and market to grow their business. Many of the 2016 hosting slots are filling up already.

Please take 30 seconds to take our one minute issue survey this week. The Board of Directors and the Government Affairs Committee thanks you as we start to shape our advocacy action plan for 2016.

The 21st Century (now 15 years old) technology revolution driven by the “millennial” workforce has forced nonprofit organizations such as chambers Image result for millennials technologyof commerce, trade associations and professional societies to rethink their business model and strategic plans. No longer are they the sole source of information, networking, marketing, support and advocacy for their members. It’s crucial to review programs and services, communications and advocacy plans and to ask and listen to members’ issues and interests.

As we continue in our own ‘race for relevance’ with our Members, in the community and in our region, I marvel in the fact that it’s already (or only) been 17 months since I’ve taken the helm at the Williston Chamber. As we chart our course and continue to crew this Chamber ship through both calm and choppy waters, I hope the wind continues to fill our sails and push us forward.

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Summertime is about community

Some observers say Williston is seven months of winter and one month of summer sandwiched in the middle of four months of construction season. Be that as it may, there is a real possibility of snow in late April or early May, so many of the city’s summertime events and activities take a while to get going. I sort of feel like this guy in the Kingsford spot…

There isn’t enough space to list all the community events and activities, groups and organizations that make Williston a great city. For anyone to say ‘there’s nothing to do in Williston’ is just pure balderdash. But one day last week felt a little different to me. A feeling I hadn’t experienced since I landed sixteen months ago.

Ribfest and Summer Nights on Main kicked off July in a way that gave me a familiar sensation; even though it was technically a ‘new event’ and aRibfest departure from the previous two decades of summer celebrations in Williston. Maybe it was the weather, where it rose to 90, then downpoured for 15 minutes and then was 90 degrees again. Maybe it was the heritage downtown businesses who opened up their doors and held welcoming sidewalk sales to eager shoppers who dodged the construction cages (anyone heard of Maxwell Street Days?). Maybe it was the smells, the smiles, the families gathered around the picnic tables talking to each other without the distraction of XBox controllers. Maybe it was the band and the flowing beverages after the last ribs were scarfed down, I’m really not sure.

Looking over the parking lot scene of summer fun, watching the band unload gear, seeing the interaction between the rib teams, sponsors, volunteers and families, I got the sense that I don’t just work in Williston – I live in Williston.

It felt like a community ought to feel on a downtown July summer day. If felt like…home.

I’m not trying to be over dramatic, but there was a true sense of coming together that day between organizations, people, businesses and families. The best part is that there are more of these types of opportunities every weekend and even on weeknights to learn, grow, share, work and play in more ways that anyone thought would happen in Williston. All you have to do is ask, or look around.

The small agriculture hub of Western North Dakota is turning into a thriving economic engine of the energy industry. While those changes are sometimes difficult to swallow, there is no denying that we are in the front row to history. But it’s also nice to know that we can maintain that sense of small-town-ishness when friends and neighbors come together in the summertime.

Just like any hometown should.

 

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What did you do last weekend?

When I signed up for this tour of duty, I understood exactly what it meant. Dinner meetings, evening speaking engagements, late night business socials, official Chamber Business After Hours events, day long community activities, and working some weekend days. Running a Chamber of Commerce means you are never quite “off duty” in your community. I get that. And I love it.

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This past weekend began on Thursday evening with our monthly Business After Hours, which was not a normal BAH event. The Chamber Member had a street closed, hired a motorcycle stunt team and had a major cookout. Networking, business cards exchanged, introductions of new members, handshaking, taking pictures and raffle drawings make a brief 2.5 hour after work event seem like a full day.

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Saturday we kicked off Lemonade Day 2015, with the best tasting contest as part of the Miss North Dakota social event at the local art museum.  Blue sky June weather always makes a Chamber event better. The Miss ND contestants sampled and interacted with our young, budding business owners, and a great time was had by all. It was truly a treat to have the 2014 Miss ND Jacky Arness visit, along with her southern colleague, Miss South Dakota, Meredith Gould.

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I did manage some ‘non-chamber’ time by helping a friend, Jeff, learn to fly cast. On the spur of the moment, he asked if I would like to go for a ride before the Miss North Dakota pageant. I said, “Sure, who will drive?” He replied, “No, not drive…a ride…in my plane.” So the newest licensed pilot in Williston, ND skillfully treated me a spectacular plane ride over Teddy Roosevelt National Park and part of the North Dakota badlands. My new Nikon D7000 got quite a workout at 3,500 feet above the Bakken. Congrats to Jeff on your accomplishment, and thanks for allowing me to tag along.

After a pinpoint landing in a cross-wind, I had a quick bite to eat, put on a jacket and slid into Row L, Seat 5 for the next 3 plus hours to take in the Miss North Dakota Pageant final evening of competition. I was a bit forlorn about missing Game 5 of the Stanley Cup Finals (those who have read me before, know I’m a hockey junkie) while sitting in the Williston High School auditorium on Saturday night. Last year, as a new Chamber President I attended the social, the breakfast for the contestants, and we hosted a VIP reception to help raise money for the scholarship organization when Miss ND 2014 Jacky Arness, spoke at our 2015 Annual Banquet in January. The Chamber’s ties to the organization are solid, but I still had not attended the actual pageant, so Saturday night was my first.

I left the auditorium around 10:40 pm very much inspired and encouraged, and convinced that of the 24 women who came to Williston to vie for the title of Miss North Dakota, there are future business and political leaders among them.  The evening was a very humbling and warming experience.

Sunday came sooner than I expected, but right on time by the clock. After five plus months of planning, we launched Williston Lemonade Day 2015. It was a  new program, with new volunteers, the first one in North Dakota, and major sponsors looking to us for their return on investment. The day went spectacular, with more than 150 youth entrepreneurs signed up, likely more than 50 lemonade stands in town, and yellow volunteer tee shirts everywhere. We called it a success after the awards ceremony and a great picnic cookout by the Williston Community Builders. Media, local officials and sponsors had big smiles as the lemonade stand owners came forward to get their certificates, or to be recognized with an achievement medal.

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Newly crowned Miss North Dakota 2015 Delanie Weidrich, made her first official public appearance at the picnic and enjoyed the interaction with the young business owners and their families.

By 7:15 pm Sunday evening I think I had only driven about 6 miles all weekend (not counting those nautical knots in the air!) but I felt like I drove across the country. Wiped and sun beaten, I enjoyed a cold beverage at home. And while my weekend could have been considered ‘work’ by some, I view it as just doing our job. Being a volunteer or a staff member of a nonprofit organization like a Chamber of Commerce brings some extra commitments, and certainly can’t be viewed as a ‘normal’ job by any stretch.

But I wouldn’t have it any other way.

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Level UP 2015 – Leap of faith or filling a void?

Shortly after taking the reins of the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce, and after buying an engine block heater, I took assessment of which programs and services were bringing value to our members, and which ones were left over as relics of chamber days gone by. The second part of that process is to ascertain what is missing in our program offerings that other chambers execute as a part of their program of work. Then it hit me like a Duncan Keith body check (Stanley Cup playoffs always invoke a hockey reference or two). We don’t have a business conference! About business stuff. In the fastest growing city in the US.

Jeff and Scott during the ‘Aha!’ moment

I contacted Jeff Zarling at DAWA Solutions Group ,who produces quality seminars as part of his business, and started talking to him about what the Chamber should be offering its Members regarding management, networking. and leadership information. One “Mad Men” thought led to another and poof, Level UP 2015 was hatched. “Take Your Business and Career to the Next Level – Level UP!”

We needed a top notch keynote speaker to kick it off. The new Culver’s Frozen Custard store broke ground last November, and CEO and co-founder of Culver’s, Craig Culver, was in Williston to participate. I was bold enough to ask, and lucky that he had May 20 open on his schedule. The list of sessions was way longer than we had time alotted, so we narrowed it to some big topics that hit every business in the Williston area:

  • KEYNOTE: Craig Culver, “Seizing Opportunity While Maintaining Your Corporate Values”
  • Human Resources – Addressing the People Problem
  • Training & Education – Positioning Your People for Success
  • Personal and Professional Development – Lifelong Learning & Growth
  • Healthy, Wealthy & Wise – How Your Health Impacts Your Success
  • Guts, Growth & Glory – Business Development in the Bakken
  • Critical Connections – Networking in the 21st Century

Then we needed to assemble a panel of experts on each topic, which was fairly easy since both Jeff and I make it a priority to network and get to know people and companies in Williston who are making things happen. One day, six hot topics here in the region, 23 sponsorship opportunities, and 300 people.

Strive not to be a success, but rather to be of value

— Albert Einstein

The value of this business conference is pretty simple. Bring together peer experts to discuss and solve problems we all face doing business in an emerging market, make attendance and sponsorship affordable, and provide more value than is expected. We partnered with someone who does this for a living (DAWA Solutions), project modest revenues, and believe our timing is perfect.

Is our Chamber overreaching on something like this – at this particular moment in our economic cycle?

We’ll find out on May 20…

  — Sjm

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Leadership Williston – Chamber Cornerstone Program nears two decades of education, leadership and friendship

This Wednesday (4/22) the Chamber’s Leadership Williston program will hold its project presentations and graduation lunch. Thirteen local leadersLeadership Logo will receive the LW lapel pin, as it has been the tradition for almost 20 years. The list of names and projects is impressive. Everything from youth sports clinics, to health care awareness campaigns to Kid’s Marketplace (coming up next week, btw), to a dog park. Those are lasting legacies these people have left on Williston over the years.

But to me, what’s more impressive is the list of projects which were NOT completed. Some of the most incredible Leadership Williston projects were the ones that just fell short, or the owners of the projects moved, or for some reason ideas that didn’t quite made it to the finish line.What if we went back to that list and added a little oomph to a great idea from 1996, 2001, or last year?

It sounds a little off kilter to go back and finish something that someone else didn’t think it was a priority to complete at the time, or didn’t have the resources (time, talent, or treasure). So why not today? I get the comment quite often from business owners that they would like to ‘be involved’ more in Williston. Of course, I start ticking off the plenitude of ideas, programs, organizations, groups and events that could entertain one’s time and energies. It pains me to realize that some of these worthy groups and events are begging for volunteers and leaders (my own included!).

Maybe we could revisit some of these great Leadership Williston ideas, projects and programs and make them available to people who “want to get involved” and give them a sense of pride, ownership and community. I know, it’s a stretch. But I’ve grown weary of hearing that there is nothing to do in Williston. There’s plenty to do. You just have to raise your hand once in a while. Like our 13 LW graduates did last October.

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This year’s class will carve out its own legacies. Some will be in digital form, some in lasting memories, others in programs that will impact lives for just a fleeting moment. For many, it will be a professional network and friendship that will bond them together in Williston and beyond.

To the nearly 150 LW Alumni, you will welcome 13 more on Wednesday who have brought their own talents and energies to our town. From the business community’s standpoint, we need more leaders and do-ers in Williston who will raise their hand up and not out. The Chamber’s LW program has lasted the test of two decades. So have some of their programs and projects.

Is it your turn?

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New program, new business leaders: Lemonade Day first in North Dakota

My last post expounded on the challenges of being ‘the Chamber’ and sometimes having to say no to a great idea or program. On the flipside, sometimes after all the pros and cons of an idea are vetted by staff and committees and boards; the answer is why not?

John Chin, a business real estate guru and native Floridian, approached me last summer with such a program. In my efforts to revamp, reorganize and reinvigorate the Williston Chamber the past 12 months, I am very hesitant about taking on new programs that sound good, but drain resources, time and funds without providing a member or community benefit. (Hint: read my last post!)

Businesses and business leaders (whom the chamber represents) have an obligation not only to add to the local economy (be profitable) but also to be role models and mentors to the future business leaders – our youth. The Chamber’s Leadership & Education Committee looked at Lemonade Day as a new program to reach our young people in Williston. In the end, we decided to give Lemonade Day a chance in Williston for 2015.

Williston will be the first city in North Dakota to host the program, aimed at young entrepreneurs to learn how to plan, design, build and execute a business plan – a lemonade stand!

Lemonade Day is a strategic learning process that walks youth from a dream to a business plan, while teaching them the same principles required to start any big company. Inspiring kids to work hard and make a profit, they are also taught to spend some, save some and share some by giving back to their community. Launched in Houston, Texas in 2007, Lemonade Day has grown from 2,700 kids in one city to more than 200,000 kids in cities all across the country.

My skepticism soon turned to enthusiasm, not because I love a fresh glass of lemonade, or that youth today need business role models closer to home. The real reason why Lemonade Day fits our Chamber mission is because of several things:

  1. A successful template is already employed elsewhere;
  2. It directly ties our businesses, business leaders, and the spirit of entrepreneurship to Williston’s youth;
  3. Lemonade Day brings a fresh approach to a program (youth entrepreneurship) to a city filled with people from all over the country; and
  4. It’s a community wide program with very few boundaries thus reaching a wider audience with a Chamber program than just current membership.

With volunteer leaders ranging from former mayor Ward Koeser, to John Chin and Drew Baker, to committee leaders Serena Christianson and Christina O’Neill taking the lead, to our Chamber staff; this made perfect sense as a Chamber program this year.

Sponsorships helped offset the license fee and materials. LD materials bags will be distributed next Monday (4/20) and Tuesday (4/21) at the

Lemonade Day kits with lessons and ideas

Lemonade Day kits with lessons and ideas

Chamber office. The kits are free for each student (thanks to the sponsors) and contain the lessons and worksheets to start your own business with a friend or neighbor. Adults play the role of “mentor” to the young enterprising business leaders, and help them with the lessons.

Then on June 14, 2015, all of the lemonade stands are posted around town in a celebration of youth leadership and fun! Local businesses are encouraged to host to a lemonade stand which again, ties our community leaders to the leaders of tomorrow. I am so very excited for the first ever Lemonade Day in North Dakota this coming June. If you need a couple of tips for your lemonade day business venture, take a listen to these kids, who sound like they just might have the makings of a great business owner.

We unveiled the program at the January 22 Chamber banquet thanks to two enterprising youth (sons of my staff!). The program has received some nice attention lately including a front page story in the Williston Herald, a nice spot on the KXMD noon show, and will be visible at this Saturday’s Kid’s Day Out at the Raymond Center, and Marketplace for Kids on April 28 at Williston State College.

Do you want to make a difference? Mentor a young entrepreneur through the Williston Area Chamber of Commerce’s Lemonade Day 2015.

Be involved. Make a difference.

Sjm

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