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Anch Chamber "Make it Monday" forums : January 2013

Anchorage Chamber of Commerce

“make it mONDAY” FORUM

January 2013 Schedule

 

Reservations for all events can be made online at Anchoragechamber.org (Event Calendar) or by contacting the Anchorage Chamber at 272-2401, or e-mail info@anchoragechamber.org.

 

Jan. 7              Building Remembrance Park

Dena’ina Center, Second Floor

Noon – 1 p.m.

Mark Hamilton, chairman of the Remembrance Foundation, will discuss details on the proposed Remembrance Park, a proposed multi-million downtown project commemorating the milestones of the birth of the U.S. that is expected to be a future tourism attraction. Hamilton will also provide recommendations for the Anchorage centennial.

 

Cost - Members: $23 ($26 at door), Students: $25, Non-members: $31

 

Jan. 14            The Way Forward: Chronic Inebriation & the Economy, Part II

Dena’ina Center, Second Floor

Noon – 1 p.m.

In part two of our series on Anchorage’s concerns over its growing chronic inebriation population, representatives from the Mayor’s Office will discuss what’s being done collaboratively to tackle Anchorage’s growing inebriate problem and how the local business community can get involved.

Cost - Members: $23 ($26 at door), Students: $25, Non-members: $31

Jan. 21            No “Make it Monday” forum

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Jan. 28            Energy Efficiency as an Economic Engine

Dena’ina Center, Second Floor

Noon – 1 p.m.

Sean Skaling, Deputy Director of Alternative Energy and Energy Efficiency at the Alaska Energy Authority and Scott Waterman, Energy Specialist with the Alaska Housing Finance Corporation will discuss energy efficiency as an underutilized economic engine for Alaska businesses and homes.  The two will also provide an overview of current programs, savings potential, and a preview of future steps that can help Alaska reach the goal of 15% improvement in energy efficiency by 2020.

Cost - Members: $23 ($26 at door), Students: $25, Non-members: $31

The Anchorage Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit business organization with nearly 1,100 members representing roughly 54,000 employees.  For businesses interested in membership, annual fees are based on the type of organization and number of full-time year-round employees.  More information about the Anchorage Chamber and the “Make it Monday” forum is available at Anchoragechamber.org, or by calling 272-2401.

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