June 25

Chamber Upcoming Events and Area News 6/24

D4LC: Explore Conference - June 25-26

The D4LC: Explore Conference is the foundational component to our leadership training program. This unique conference is in it's fifth year and is better than ever. Designed for youth and young adults ages 13 to 19, D4LC: Explore consists of two days of leadership education, practice, and reflection in the areas of Community, Service, Relationships, Interpersonal Development, and Gratitude. We include an emphasis on professional etiquette, physical activity, and healthy lifestyles. Attendees are bound to have fun, make friends, create memories and learn skills that will impact their lives.

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For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their Facebook Event. 

Collaborative Community Against Human Trafficking - June 25

Sozo Family Services/Central NE Area Human Trafficking Coalition will be teaming up on June 25th from 6 to 8 PM to feature a collaborative community problem solving event against human trafficking.

Sozo Family Services is seeking to expand in the area of providing a safe home, along with a recovery home for survivors of trafficking. Ms. Nickolaus is a provider of outpatient mental health services, as well as provides substance abuse services to residents of Hamilton county and surrounding areas. She was selected to be part of a cohort or think tank group to provide and come up with resources, education, awareness, and community involvement regarding human trafficking in Nebraska. There are many gaps of services in providing support to survivors. Community input is desired to help educate, and support people on the specific needs for survivors. Currently on their needs list: 1. seeking grant funding and grant writer to be a part of this amazing project, 2.  finding a location(s), 3.  and community support. We want you to be the change in Central NE! #NotInMyTownAurora


Delectable Creations Culturing Dairy with Dori Huenefeld - June 29

Join The Leadership Center on June 29 to learn all about culturing dairy. Attendees will learn how to make things like curds & whey, cultured butter, buttermilk and more. Culturing dairy class will not only teach you the health benefits of culturing dairy, but also how it helps lower cholesterol and protects against bone loss. Not only will you be walking away with goodies, you will also walk away with the recipes to recreate these for the years to come!

More information and to get tickets, visit their Facebook Event

Independence Day Celebration - July 3

Phillips Memorial Hall is having a July 3rd Independence Day Celebration. All are welcome to join from 5pm to 8pm for Burgers, Brats, and Hotdogs. They will also have a bounce house, dunk tank, root beer floats (Served by the Hamilton Co. Scouts Troop #28) and fun at the ball field. From 9 pm to 1am we have our Street Dance/Beer Garden with a live DJ "Free admission". Feel free to invite all your friends and family to come out and have fun.
And of course at 10 pm we will have our Awesome Fire Work show for all to enjoy.

More information and to get tickets, visit their Facebook Event

ADHD & Sensory Workshop - July 23

Maybe your child has been given a label of Autism, ADHD, ASD, SPD or maybe you just know in your gut there's more going on with your child than other's realize... it's time to attend the Perfect Storm.

Dr. Luke Griess has been helping children, just like yours, grow and exceed expectations. You don't have to accept limits other professionals have given you and your family. When you get to the WHY things are happening, you can get to the ACTION to move forward.

Join Dr. Griess at the Perfect Storm to learn more!

- 6:30 p.m. Arrival with Food & Drinks Provided
- 7:00 p.m. Presentation - Our Children & The Perfect Storm: Roots, Causes, & Next Steps
- 8:00 p.m. Q&A with Dr. Griess

For more information or to sign up for this event, visit their Facebook Event. 


Aurora Mall

Full time position for Deli Dept.  
Hours are 10:00 am- 7:30 pm, Weekend day required.  Benefits available. 

Please speak to Mike, Dalton or Vicki for details.

Sales associate/designer for Honeysuckle Lane Floral and Gifts needed.
Located at 1201 M Street, Aurora, mainly for part time, some experience inn retail would be great!
Please contact Bonnie at Honeysuckle Lane if interested. 

Pickleball at the Bremer Community Center

Newcomers welcome, paddles provided. (Play will be outside on the tennis courts when weather permits.)

Mixed play on Monday, Thursday, and Saturday mornings at 9:00. Contact Mike Allen at 402-631-3495 for more information.

Women's play on Monday and Thursday evenings at 7:00. Contact Claire Frevert at 402-694-3526 (home) or 402-604-0667 (cell).

Men's play on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 7:00. Contact Mike Allen at 402-631-3495 (cell).

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