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33rd Annual Ag Outlook Conference & Trade ShowThe Ag Committee of the Spencer Chamber of Commerce once again invite you to the annual Ag Outlook Conference and Trande Show taking place for one day only on Tuesday, February 21 at the Clay County Regional Events Center.
The day begins with coffee and donut holes as doors open at 8 am sponsored by Community Bank & Insurance, the Clay County Growers and the Clay County Regional Events Center. Over 90 Exhibitors in Attendance!
The show is FREE to attend and will feature educational, informative and enlightening speakers. David Kruse of CommStock Investments gives his popular morning trends at…
Spencer Chamber Women of Vision - Friday, March 3The second "Women of Vision" program from the Spencer Chamber of Commerce is scheduled for Friday, March 3 at Sacred Heart Fireside Room. This new program was created to bring together the women of the community and to provide camaraderie, intellectual and motivational messages and social opportunities.
The topic of the March 3rd gathering is "How to Say No...and Sometimes Yes!" Helful tips to seeking clarity in life decisions with guest speaker Rachel Wassenaar. Doors open at 11:45 am with lunch from 12 - 12:20 pm and the speaker to follow.
Cost is $10 to cover lunch with space limited…
Spencer Selected as Overnight Stop on RAGBRAIAt the Official RAGBRAI Route Announcement Party on Saturday, January 21, it was announced that Spencer will again be an overnight host for the ride which will begin in Orange City on Sunday, July 23.
This will be the fifth time Spencer has been selected as an overnight stop for the thousands of riders as they take a far northern route in 2017. After Spencer, the ride will continue to Algona followed by Clear Lake.
An Executive and Advisory Board is in place to begin the planning for the ride with other assignments to follow including those who will be …
Leadership Spencer Class is Full for 2017!The Leadership Spencer Class for 2017 is full and now only taking names in the event of cancellations. Please call the Chamber Office at 712-262-5680 if you'd like to place your name on a waiting list.
The 10-week course begins on Monday, March 6 and continues each Monday through May 8th. Each class is held from 3 to 5 pm with topics such as Health and Wellness, Public Safety, Agriculture, Public Utilities, Entreprneurship and much more. The Leadership Spencer program was introduced in 1989 as a way for those new to the community or new to a career position to…