Jan 16, 2015 11:17AM, Published by City Journals Staff, Categories:
Dr. Lane from the University of Utah will speak on stem cell research and technology.
Eggs & Issues Meetings
Friday mornings 7:30 a.m - 8:30 a.m.
Mimi’s Restaurant (5300 So. State)
January 2015 is YOUR month to join us at Eggs & Issues! No cost to attend unless you order from the menu. Open to everyone. No chamber membership required! Check www.murraychamber.org
for calendar updates.
First Fridays at Corner Bakery
We will meet for Eggs & Issues the FIRST Friday of month at Corner Bakery for open networking. They are located at 6227 South State Street, Fashion Place Mall.
We meet from 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
No speakers scheduled the first Friday meetings. No cost unless you order from the menu.
January Speaker Schedule:
Jan. 9th: Open Networking at Corner Bakery: share your business successes, challenges and failures.
Jan 16th at Mimi’s: The Curtis Foundation will inform us on The Odyssey House and how you can help.
Jan. 23rd at Mimi’s: Souper Bowl of Caring: Miss Murray, Meghan Zullo, will share how you can help raise funds for the 1,000+ children in Murray that are not receiving meals on the weekends.
Jan. 30th at Mimi’s: Transformation Lab Tour – contact the chamber for more info. RSVP ONLY
CHAMBER AND COMMUNITY EVENT
MICE ARE WALKING!
Dr. Lane from the University of Utah will speak on stem cell research and technology. Join us on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at Murray High School (5440 So. State) from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. This is a FREE meeting. Please bring your friends, family and business associates. Thank you Jennifer & Jim Brass, Ethel & Carl DeFosse for hosting this meeting.
Please help us welcome Dr. Angie Canada (Canada Chiropractic) and Mike Wright (Security Guru) to the Murray Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. We look forward to a great year with you!
THANK YOU to Bob Bond (Legacy Realty), Dr. Michael Jennings (Personal Family Physicians) and Kelly Duffin (IHC) for serving on the Murray Chamber Board of Directors. Your support, guidance and relationships are valued and appreciated.