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Events2014 PARADE THEME: Duty, Honor, Sacrifice: Celebrating our World War II Veterans Parade Grand Marshal: Lorin Myring, U. S. Marine, WWII ... read more
What’s Brewing? – Bend’s Town Hall | State of the Schools Address – Beyond the Classroom 11/04/2014Tuesday | November 4, 2014 | 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Deschutes Brewery Public House - Tap Room | 1044 NW Bond Street Doors open for networking at 5 ... read more
Bend Chamber General Membership Meeting 11/05/2014Wednesday, November 5 |4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Deschutes Brewery's Mountain Room |901 SW Simpson Ave | Map to Event Members Only Attendance is ... read more
Open House – Remodel Celebration, Bend OR 11/06/2014Start Date: 11/06/2014 End Date: 11/06/2014 Time: 5:30-7:30 Cost: FREE Location: Therapeutic Associates Bend Physical Therapy 2200 NE Neff ... read more
Home Buyer Education Workshops, Bend OR 11/08/2014Start Date: 11/08/14 End Date: 11/08/14 Time: 9 a.m. - 5p.m. Cost: $45 (+1.65 in service charges if paying through PayPal). Pre-registration ... read more
2014 15th Annual Veterans Day Parade Planning Meeting, Bend OR 11/03/20142014 PARADE THEME: Duty, Honor, Sacrifice: Celebrating our World War II Veterans Parade Grand Marshal: Lorin Myring, U. S. Marine, WWII ... read more
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Thanks to Adam Brown from First American Title for the great photo this morning! More pictures of the event on our FB PAGE If you missed the Economic Forecast featuring Tim Duy and Mark Kralj, check out our YouTube Channel at http://youtu.be/
Optimism Reigns with Current Economy Recap from the Economic Forecast Breakfast. The news and outlook is good for the economy moving into 2015, especially in Central Oregon. Optimism and good news reigned during the Bend Chamber’s Vision 2015 Economic Forecast Breakfast featuring Tim Duy, Professor of Practice at the University of Oregon and Sr. Director of the Oregon Economic Forum and Mark Kralj, Principal at Ferguson Wellman Capital Management. Topics ranged from things close to home like employment, housing, and education to a more global view with oil, the strength of the dollar, and inflation. Starting with unemployment Duy pointed out Central Oregon continues to see improvement and when we finally get below 6% we will definitely start seeing some interesting changes. Read More >>
Save the Date: What’s Brewing? – Bend’s Town Hall State of the Schools Address – Beyond the Classroom
In today’s world, more and more students are reaching out beyond the classroom to discover their future paths. What many might not know is Central Oregon is a hotbed for career and college readiness related options from high school through college. Read More >>Your business matters to our schools! And, the home grown talent of our schools matter to your business!
Looking at Bend, The Past, Present, and Future Leadership Bend Explores the Community By Russell Grayson, City of Bend Class of 2015 The first session of Leadership Bend 2015 provided views of the past, present, and future. The day started with an insight into local politics with Bend City Councilors Scott Ramsay and Victor Chudowsky. They were able to provide the group with a quick and concise overview of the City leadership and the political structure of the City. Read More >>