Company Agenda

November 17, 2014 Nemes Random

Nov. 17 and 19

Turning Tension into Success: 6:15 pm Nov. 17, and 12:15 pm Nov. 19, YWCA Environment-friendly Bay-De Pere, 230 S. Madison St., Environment-friendly Bay. Susan Frain, chiropractor, teaches natural techniques to efficiently turn anxiety into success. Free to YWCA, FitNice members and low income. $5 donation for nonmembers. -LRB-920-RRB- 432-5581.

Nov. 18

Alzheimers Association Specialist Training Seminars: 8:30 am-4 pm Nov. 18, NEW Curative, 2900 Curry Lane, Room 214A, Environment-friendly Bay. Finest practices for dementia take care of expert caregivers. $65. Registration required. -LRB-920-RRB- 469-2110 or e-mail kgraham@alz.org.Green Bay Area Retired Mens Club: 8:30 am social, 9:30 -10:30 am program Nov. 18, Brown County Central Library auditorium( lower level), 515 Pine St., Environment-friendly Bay. Jeff Frick, SNC and Medical College of Wisconsin, and trip Gain access to Prosthetics, 2020 Riverside Drive, Allouez, 11 am -LRB-920-RRB- 983-6806, gbretiredmensclub.com.Substitute Teacher Training for Degree Holders: 8:30 am-2:30 pm Nov. 18, Alverno College, 3401 S. 39th St., Milwaukee. Individuals with college degrees however not teaching degrees can qualify for three-year substitute teaching authorization. -LRB-262-RRB- 968-4302, teameducators.com.Women You Need to Know: Ladies of the Laboratory: 6 pm networking, 7-8 pm discussion Nov. 18, Foth, 2121 Development Court, De Pere. Panel conversation sponsored by Lady Scouts of the Northwestern Great Lakes, tailored for females and women age 11 and older, to motivate them to think about careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math ). Donations to the Lady Scouts requested. For reservations, e-mail sbeckman@gsnwgl.org, or call -LRB-888-RRB- 747-6945. Its All about Investment: Growing Wisconsin Creatively: 4-5:30 pm Nov. 18, Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Place, Green Bay. Anne Katz, Arts Wisconsin executive

director assist in. Protestors in the region network, learn, share and strategize about strengthening the arts and imaginative sector to enhance Wisconsin for financial vitality, education for the 21st century, healthy and dynamic neighborhoods, and engage citizens. Free. Sponsored by Mosaic Arts, -LRB-920-RRB- 435-5220, mosaicartsinc.org.Nov. 19 Company Success Summit: 8:30 am-4:30 pm Nov. 19, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, Corporate Conference Center, 2740 W. Mason St., Eco-friendly Bay. Prominent speakers, instructional sessions.$55.

No registration day of. -LRB-920-RRB- 498-7124, newbizsummit.com.Taste of Entrepreneurship: 11 am-1 pm Nov. 19, NWTC Executive Dining RoomDining-room(SC128 ), 2740 W. Mason St., Eco-friendly Bay. Discover creations from approximately 20 location food companies. Suppliers offering products. $10. -LRB-920-RRB- 498-7124, newbizsummit.com.Unlocking The Potential In Women: 11:15 am-1:45 pm Nov. 19, Rock Garden, 1951 Bond St., Howard. Join Stacey Murphy, director of skill management at Associated Bank.$30 Society for Personnel Management member,$40 nonmember, $15 student. Register at gbshrm.org.Women in Building Fashion Show: 5:30 pm networking, 6:30 pm supper Nov. 19, Grapevine Cafe, 2058 Allouez Ave., Eco-friendly Bay. Haddock or chicken supper, fashion show and shopping.$ 20 members, $25 nonmembers. -LRB-920-RRB- 494-9020 or e-mail mcharles @bchba. org.Executive Womens Golf Association-Fox Cities/Green Bay: 6-9 pm Nov. 19, The Trout Museum

of Art, 111 W. College Ave., Appleton. Celebrate the chapters 10th anniversary with photos on the red carpeting, food, music, cash bar, and an art-themed scavenger hunt. Register at EWGAfcgb.org (under Upcoming Occasions).$20 at the door.Lunch N Find out with Festival Foods

Skogen: A Foundation For Success: 11 am-1 pm Nov. 19, The Marq, 3177 French Road, De Pere. Mark Skogen, Celebration Foods, addresses Existing young specialists and guests, highlighting how execution, service, servant leadership and accepting change added to the success of Festival Foods.

$15 for Current members,$20 potential members. Reserve by email, rsvp@titletown.org; or call -LRB-920-RRB- 437-8704. Management Women Luncheon Program: The Power of Happiness in Producing the Life You Want: 11:45 am-1:15 pm Nov. 19, Brett Favres Steakhouse, 1004 Brett Favre Pass, Ashwaubenon. Speaker: Bonnie Nussbaum, professional psychologist and holistic coach. Register by email, accomodation@managementwomen.org, or visit managementwomen.org.NeighborWorks Open House: 4-6 pm Nov. 19, at refurbished building, 513 Hubbard St., Green Bay

. Explore the professonally remodelled four-unit housing alternative for Eco-friendly Bay households. -LRB-920-RRB- 448-3075, nwgreenbay.org.Nov. 19-20 Navigating the Cost of Education and Decreasing College Debt: 5:30 pm Nov. 19, Brown County Library, 515 Pine St. Eco-friendly Bay; and 5:30 pm Nov. 20, Door County Library, 107 S. 4th Ave., Sturgeon Bay. Workshop to assist people and families finance education

, sponsored by We Are HOPE Inc. $25. Register at wearehopeinc.org, or call -LRB-920-RRB- 743-7273. Nov. 20 Schenck 2014 Payroll Online forum: 8 am registration, 8:30 am-noon Nov. 20, Rock Yard, 1951 Bond St., Howard. For business owners and professionals liable for payroll and personnels.$ 25 Schenck customers, $50 non-clients. Registration required. -LRB-920-RRB- 455-4137, schencksc.com/2014payrollforum.Financial Management for Non-Financial Managers: 8:30 am-3:30 pm Nov. 20, Advance Business and Manufacturing Center, 2701 Larsen Road, Eco-friendly Bay. Standard monetary management abilities consisting of monetary statements, cash budgeting, breakeven evaluation and an intro to

monetary ratios. Instructor: Greg Gauthier.$200. -LRB-920-RRB- 496-2117, uwgb.edu/sbdc/html/programs.asp.Packers Mentor-Prot g Program Meet-and-Greet: 3:30 pm Nov. 20, Lambeau Field Atrium, 1265 Lombardi Ave., Eco-friendly Bay. Program seeks coach and prot g applicants for partnerships to foster business growth, economic development and task production in Brown County and the surrounding areas

. Details at packers.com/community/mentor-protege.html. For info or to make a reservations, call -LRB-920-RRB- 884-5006 or e-mail aff@affresearch.com.Nov. 25 Developing Others: 8 am-noon Nov. 25, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason St., Eco-friendly Bay. $159. -LRB-920-RRB- 498-6971, corporatetraining.nwtc.edu.Employee Engagement for Performance and Profits: 1-5 pm Nov. 25, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason St., Environment-friendly Bay.$149. -LRB-920-RRB- 498-6971, corporatetraining.nwtc.edu.Green Bay

Location Retired Mens Club: 8:30 am social, 9:30 -10:30 am program Nov. 25, Brown County Central Library auditorium(lower level ), 515 Pine St., Environment-friendly Bay. Pam Buegi goes over spine and back care, Nov. 25. -LRB-920-RRB- 983-6806, gbretiredmensclub.com.Employee Engagement for Efficiency amp; Revenues: 1-5 pm Nov. 25, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, 2740 W. Mason St., Environment-friendly Bay.$149. -LRB-920-RRB- 498-6971, corporatetraining.nwtc.edu.Webinar: Being Heard: Ways to Tell Your Nonprofits Story So Individuals will certainly Listen: Noon-1 pm Nov. 25. Suzanne Swift talks about ways to craft messages individuals will hear, concepts

to develop techniques to satisfy your communications objectives. Free. Register by e-mail at advisoryservices@forwardci.org, or call -LRB-866-RRB- 687-1468. Nov. 26-Jan. 14 Bellin College information sessions: 9-10:30 am Nov. 26; 5-6:30 pm Dec. 9; 10-11:30 am Dec. 29; 3-4:30 pm Jan. 14; Bellin College classroom 113, 3201 Eaton Road, Bellevue. Prospective students and family members can discover professions of nursing and radiologic sciences and visit the campus. Registration recommended. -LRB-920-RRB- 433-6650, bellincollege.edu.Dec. 2 2014 New North Top: Every Part Counts: 8 am-4 pm Dec. 2, Blue Harbor Resort, 725 Blue Harbor Drive, Sheboygan. Keynotes: John Torinus and Karl Alleman. Speakers and sessions that highlight workforce, entrepreneurship and education stories in the New North region, geared to company executives, education leaders, not-for-profit heads, producers, chosen officials, community members and other stakeholders.$ 90 advance registration,$100 at the door. (Student tickets available for $15. )Register at newnorthsummit.com.Dec. 4 Reconstructing Your Neighborhood After a Catastrophe: A Whole Neighborhood Strategy: 7:30 am registration, 8:30 am-3:30 pm Dec. 4, Radisson Hotel and Conference Center, 2040 Airport Drive, Ashwaubenon. Todd Prafke, St. Peter, Minn. city administrator, provides The Day St. Peter was Destroyed and the Course to Recuperation, about the March 1998 tornado. $99, consists of direction, products and lunch. -LRB-920-RRB- 465-2468, uwgb.edu/em/html/conference.asp.Dec. 10 Creating Sustainable Constant Enhancement Culture: 8 pm english breakfast, 9 am-4 pm program Dec. 10, Lambeau Field Legends Room, 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay. Speakers: Mike Hoseus, co-author Toyota Culture: The Body and soul of the Toyota Way; Cathy

Dworak

, Eco-friendly Bay Packers; and Rod Bolhous, Ariens.$750. Details at optimanow.com. -LRB-920-RRB- 425-1005 or email nancy.rosatti@optimanow.com.Submit events online: greenbaypressgazette.com/submitevent, e-mail localnews@greenbaypressgazette.com. For information call -LRB-920-RRB- 431-8321.

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