Posted April 23, 2014in Bondurant, Community Featured

Welcome to spring

Hopefully by now I can get away with saying: “Welcome to spring.” With the winter we have had, it’s been great to see people out walking, biking and just enjoying moving around outside without 47 layers on. With the weather outside turning more toward warmer times, many runners, walkers and

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Posted April 23, 2014in Community Featured, Waukee

‘Cookin’ a success

The Waukee Area Chamber of Commerce: An association of businesses, organizations and individuals dedicated to promoting growth and prosperity in our local economy. Thank you to all member booth exhibitors and participants who helped to make the second annual “What’s Cookin’ in Waukee” a success. Two hundred-seventy-five guests attended the

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Posted April 23, 2014in Community Featured, Pleasant Hill

Great summer events planned

I am very excited to tell you all the 2014 Community and Business Guide will be hitting your mailboxes shortly.  his year’s Community and Business Guide is packed full of information about the Pleasant Hill Chamber, including businesses, city information and amenities and activities that will be at your disposal.

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Posted April 23, 2014in Altoona, Community Featured, Email blast, Featured Story

April showers bring May flowers

May will soon be upon us, and the flowers are not the only things blooming in Altoona. As the weather warms up, our community and Chamber gear up for lots of great late spring and early summer activities. We have a variety of fun events coming up: •    May 16: Altoona

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Posted April 18, 2014in Clear Lake, Community Blogs

Around the Lake

Spring is playing hide & seek, but it is coming!!  We hope you will enjoy a day trip or weekend visit to Clear Lake.  Great shopping & dining is yours.  Here is a peek at some of what you can do. You can get more information of events & activities

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Posted April 16, 2014in Community Featured, Winterset

Great reasons to shop at local businesses

There’s no question that purchasing from local businesses and keeping dollars flowing through our local economy has lasting, positive effects on our community. Your dollars spent in locally owned businesses have three times the impact on this community as dollars spent at national chains. When shopping locally, you simultaneously create

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Posted April 16, 2014in Community Featured, Windsor Heights

Church takes chili honors

The Windsor Heights Chamber inaugural Chili Cook-off has a winner — Walnut Creek Community Church. The Windsor Heights Chamber wants to thank the following businesses:  Bankers Trust, 3E, Matt Cole-State Farm Insurance, The City of Windsor Heights, The Windsor Heights Police, Hy-Vee, Angelo’s on 8th and Walnut Creek YMCA. We

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Posted April 16, 2014in Ankeny, Community Featured

Quality of life

For staff and volunteers who are involved in the Chamber, we live by and work hard for our Mission Statement every day. The following is the Ankeny Chamber of Commerce Mission Statement: “The Ankeny Area Chamber of Commerce exists to promote economic development, strengthen our business climate, and enhance the

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Posted April 11, 2014in Clear Lake, Community Blogs

Around the lake

Spring is playing hide & seek, but it is coming!!  We hope you will enjoy a day trip or weekend visit to Clear Lake.  Great shopping & dining is yours.  Here is a peek at some of what you can do. You can get more information of events & activities

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Posted April 09, 2014in Community Featured, Norwalk

RUNorwalk

By the time you get this magazine, let’s hope that spring has finally arrived and you have had a chance to get outside and enjoy some beautiful weather.  This is important because the 14th annual RUNorwalk is coming on Saturday, May 10, and we hope you have had some time

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