Events and Meetings

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Community Connections: Local Non-Profits Together Brown Bag Lunch

Community Connections: Local Non-Profits Together

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

11:30am-1pm

Brown Bag Lunch

What are the issues you see in our county? What would help your organization be more effective? Is your group stalled out or feeling disconnected?

Let’s come together over lunch to discover the resources in our own backyard. We may be seeing the same issues…have a skill we can share that can make a difference for your non-profit’s success. Projects in collaboration do better in the world of grants.

This is an opportunity to create new connections to better help your volunteer organization accomplish its mission.

We all aim to make Cook County a good home for everyone..let’s do it together.

Look for more information coming in the next few weeks about the other brown bag lunches in this series.

Please RSVP at 218-387-3411 or highered@northshorecampus.org at 300 west 3rd street Grand Marais, MN 55604

Cook County Community Fund and Cook County Higher Education Brown Bag Lunch Collaboration

This is event is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Cook County Chamber of Commerce, Sivertson Gallery, Lake Superior Trading Post, and the Grand Marais State Bank.



CONTACT: Cook County Higher Education
PHONE: 218-387-3411
DATE: 03/31/2014 02:11pm

Brown Bag Lunch: Social Media for Nonprofits and Small Business April 29.

The Cook County Community Fund and Cook County Higher Education are collaborating to offer three brown bag lunch presentations in April!

SOCIAL MEDIA PRESENTED BY MOLLY SOLBERG

Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

11am-1pm

Molly Solberg, director of sales and marketing, Duluth Pack, started doing social media for Duluth Pack about five years ago. She also founded the Social Media Breakfast group, which now is getting close to 400 Facebook group members and over 500 on their email list.

Molly will make a presentation on social media for nonprofits and small business, covering the most popular platforms used today. Q & A and discussion will follow.

Don’t miss this opportunity to tap into the expertise of a local, successful marketing maven! Please join us April 29.

Please RSVP at 218-387-3411 or highered@northshorecampus.org at 300 West 3rd Street Grand Marais, MN 55604

What is the Cook County Community Fund?:

Through its advisory board of community leaders, the Fund

attracts and administers a growing endowment for our area’s future

identifies and effectively responds to changing community needs through strategic grant-making
provides financial stewardship and community leadership

http://www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/cook-county-community-fund

What is Cook County Higher Education?:

Our mission is to provide local access to college education and training on the North Shore of Lake Superior. The education you need where you live.

www.northshorecampus.org or www.facebook.com/CookCountyHigherEducation



CONTACT: Cook County Higher Education
PHONE: 218-387-3411
DATE: 03/31/2014 09:32am

ECFE Spring Session begins this week

The spring session of ECFE begins this week.  There is still time to register for the Monday morning class (9 -11) or the Tuesday evening class (5:30 - 7:30).  Come spend time with your little one, ages birth to 5 years old and have meaningful discussion with other parents as well. 



CONTACT: Lynn Sheils
PHONE: 387-2271 x413
DATE: 03/30/2014 10:13pm

Community Connections: Local Non-Profits Together Brown Bag Lunch

The Cook County Community Fund and Cook County Higher Education are collaborating to offer three brown bag lunches in April!

The first in the series is….

Community Connections: Local Non-Profits Together

Thursday, April 17th, 2014

 11am-1pm

What are the issues you see in our county? What would help your organization be more effective? Is your group stalled out or feeling disconnected?

Let’s come together over lunch to discover the resources in our own backyard. We may be seeing the same issues…have a skill we can share that can make a difference for your non-profit’s success. Projects in collaboration do better in the world of grants.

This is an opportunity to create new connections to better help your volunteer organization accomplish its mission. We all aim to make Cook County a good home for everyone..let’s do it together.

Look for more information in the next few weeks about the other brown bag lunches in this series.

Please RSVP at 218-387-3411or highered@northshorecampus.org at 300 west 3rd street Grand Marais, MN 55604

What is the Cook County Community Fund?:

Through its advisory board of community leaders, the Fund

attracts and administers a growing endowment for our area’s future

identifies and effectively responds to changing community needs through strategic grant-making
provides financial stewardship and community leadership

http://www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/cook-county-community-fund



CONTACT:
DATE: 03/26/2014 04:06pm

Theater Sports POSTPONED

Theater Sports, scheduled for Friday night at the ACA, has been postponed due to the weather. We will post a notice when it is rescheduled.



CONTACT:
DATE: 03/21/2014 05:52pm

CCHS Theater Sports on Friday

Whose Sport Is It, Anyway?

What sports season comes between basketball and baseball? Theater sports! This Friday,

March 21, seniors will compete on stage at 7 p.m. in the Arrowhead Center for the

Arts. You’ll want to get a seat early for this ever-popular event, now in its ninth season.

Tickets are $5 for students and $8 for adults.

The competition can get a little crazy, but for a great cause: the College Literature class’s

annual spring theater trip to the Twin Cities. This year we’ll see both Rain and Othello.

Coached by Michael McHugh, Theater Sports is improvisational theater with a

competitive sports angle. In a typical match, two teams challenge each other, react to a

surprise command, and count on the audience to judge them. In addition to suggesting

wacky scenes for the teams to enact, a few brave audience members may wish to take the

stage and compete also!

 Theater Sports teams include Thomas Anderson, Jessica Berg-Collman, Joe Borud,

Anna Carman, Joey Chmelik, Sarah Deschampe, Cy Fortunato, Jonny Jacobsen, Charlie

Lawler, Megan Lehto, Shannon O’Phelan, Breana Peterson, Melanie Stoddard, Abby

Sutton, and Seth Warren.



CONTACT:
DATE: 03/20/2014 12:55pm