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Sparge Brewing - 3999 GW Bush Avenue, #101, 80549 Wellington, CO US

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Spargetoberfest is a 5K run/walk to support the Wellington American Legion and the
Wellington-Waverly Kiwanis Club.

Proceeds from the event will help support local veterans and ensure every youth has an opportunity to participate in athletic programs.

BUY TICKETS!
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spargetoberfest-5k-tickets-153239831461

Race shirt, breakfast burrito, and beer or nonalcoholic drink options are included with each paid registration. You will be prompted to choose your shirt and burrito on the order form at the end of the registration. Options to purchase extras are available.

There will be more food options, vendors, and entertainment to keep you having a great time once you are finished with your run/walk. Awards will be given at noon. We encourage you to stay and enjoy the day with us!

PARKING:
There will be NO parking available at Sparge Brewery, the event site.
Please follow parking signs and attendants to required parking areas.

 

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“Own Your Summer”
Hosted By: Lisa Christopherson
Entrepreneur, Owner of Polished Nail Spa and Leader of a Non-Profit

We look forward to networking with everyone on the new patio!!
Polished Nail Spa 8136 South 2nd Street, Wellington

Come join the Women of Wellington in our first ‘in person’ event in over a year! Hosted by Lisa Christopherson at Polished Spa. We will celebrate the start of summer and explore different ways to add little extras to your days and nights. Find out about the latest in games and activities for backyard fun. Learn how to glamourize your camping…Glamping! Discover some fresh easy cocktail recipes to serve your guests. Picnic ideas and more! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to connect with speed networking and kick-off to the summer with a smore bar on Polished Spa’s new patio! Lisa Christopherson is an entrepreneur, business owner, and leader of a non-profit. All of her endeavors exist to create opportunities for women. In 2006, she learned about the injustice of human trafficking and the need to help women once they were rescued. She started buying their handmade goods and creating a market to sell them. This not only gave these rescued women an income but also instilled the confidence and healing they needed to recover from their horrific pasts. She has since traveled to India, Nepal, Spain, and Guatemala to meet vulnerable and rescued women and learn more about the world of human trafficking. In recent years, she has been working locally and has developed workshops for local women needing sustainable incomes. By starting a brand to support the importing of these and other handmade goods and by purchasing Polished Spa in Wellington Lisa has been able to forge ahead. She plans to use this business as yet another outlet for some of the products she has procured and as a means of forging relationships in the business world to continue her passion for women helping women. Lisa has a background in leadership, social work, parenting, and the medical field with the goal to always remains service-oriented.

 

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Virtual

“Come hear about recent updates from your county clerk and recorder.”
Guest Speaker: Angela Myers – Larimer County Clerk and Recorder

 

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Angela Myers has been the Larimer County Clerk and Recorder since being unanimously appointed by the Board of County Commissioners in May 2013. She was elected by the people in November 2014 and re-elected in November 2018. Prior to becoming Clerk, Angela had worked at the side of the former Clerk for nearly ten years.
She leads a staff of 87 employees who, in addition to administering elections also safeguard the foundation of county government with the recording of property and other records, and act as agents of the state in the administration of vehicle titling and licensing processes. Under Angela’s leadership, all major systems have been replaced.

 

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Location:

Knaack Of It Automotive - 3703 Cleveland Avenue, 80549 Wellington, CO US

“Essential Things Every Woman Should Know About Her Car.”
Hosted By: Linda & Sara Knaack

We look forward to networking with everyone!!
Knaack Of It Automotive: 3703 Cleveland Avenue, Wellington

Linda Knaack married into the automotive world 23 years ago and her daughter Sara was born into it 21 years ago. The pair have spent countless hours in the garage working alongside John (husband and father), an ASE L1 Advanced Level Specialist and Master Certified Technician, to repair and maintain their personal fleet of vehicles. In mid-October 2017 the family was presented with the opportunity to open their own automotive repair facility in their hometown of Wellington, CO, and leaped at the chance. Approximately two weeks later on November 1st, 2017 the doors were opened, and business was up and running. Linda and Sara immediately took on the role of service advisors and climbed the steep learning curve of estimating and part sourcing for nearly every type of vehicle on the road.

As the mother and daughter duo delved deeper into their business an awareness arose that many people are leery to go into an automotive repair facility and are more so to ask questions. We understand that vehicles are personal and are ultimately a means of freedom and livelihood for many.

Our mission is to help our customers understand their vehicles better and to break down the barriers that exist for women in male-dominated fields. In a desire to help our local community and loyal customers, we seek to educate and advise what to look for when you go to a mechanic, tire shop, and/or oil change facility. We also want to share what questions people should ask and how to watch out for the Service Advisor Bully.

 

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Location:

Wellington CO 80549

4th of July Parade
Begins at 10:00 am on Cleveland Avenue in Wellington.
If you would like to register to have a float in the parade, you can fill out the form online here: http://www.wellingtoncolorado.gov/FormCenter/Community-Activities-12/4th-of-July-Parade-Float-Registration-61

Car Show, Vendor Fair, etc.
Wellington Community Park from 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
If you would like to register to become a vendor, you can do so here: http://www.wellingtoncolorado.gov/FormCenter/Community-Activities-12/Fourth-of-July-Vendor-Booth-Application-76

For additional information contact the Town of Wellington at (970) 568-3381 or visit the Community Activities Commission at http://www.wellingtoncolorado.gov/166/Community-Activities-Commission


Location:

Virtual

Wellington Area Businesses to Host a Virtual Job Fair
Wellington, CO – The Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce and Larimer County Economic and Workforce Development (LCEWD) will host a virtual job fair for all area businesses beginning on May 17th and will run through June 7th.

If you have any questions about this event or if you need more information please reach out Andrew Minor by calling 970-498-6083 or email at aminor@larimer.org

Job Seekers Register Here: https://tinyurl.com/sp5axrdd
Businesses Register Here: https://tinyurl.com/y4mrctvu

Wellington Area Businesses

 

The weeks-long event will help to connect job seekers with area employers needing to hire talent. The event will be hosted on the highly acclaimed platform, Premier Virtual, and will grant job seekers 24/7 access to the event and will allow job seekers to submit resumes for positions they are interested in. Businesses will also have access to log into the event, view resumes from job seekers, chat with job seekers visiting their booths, and reach out to interested candidates to schedule interviews and next steps.

This event is being supported by the Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce, but all businesses within the area are invited to register and use the platform to recruit much-needed talent. Businesses, please use the link below to register for and attend this event.

Job seekers interested in attending should register by clicking the link below. Resumes are not required to attend but are encouraged. Any job seekers in need of a new resume or would like assistance updating their resume are encouraged to reach out to LCEWD’s Workforce Connections Team and work with a Career Consultant to prepare for this event. Job Seekers can call 970-498-6600 to request a video or phone appointment to work on their job searching needs.

As a benefit to Chamber members, there is no cost to participate in this job fair. We encourage all local businesses to participate but there will be a nominal fee of $100 for our local businesses that are not a member of the Chamber. We can provide more detail as needed.


Location:

There will NOT be a Networking & Educational Breakfast in July.
Our regular breakfast meetings will resume in August.


Location:

Virtual

Wellington Chamber is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting

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“The Main Street Impact”
Presented By: Kallie Cooper, Executive Director of the Wellington Colorado Main Streets Program

Kallie will provide an introduction to the Main Street program and its impact on our local economy. The Main Street program promotes a vibrant downtown to our local businesses residents and visitors to Wellington. This includes historical preservation, downtown beautification, hosting events, and downtown promotion. She will explore the partnerships within our community and how these partnerships provide our community with resources and ongoing local business support. Kallie will also share the current projects that Main Street is working on and how you can get involved.

BIO:
Kallie Cooper is an Iowa native and graduated with a degree in Television Production and Marketing from Wartburg College in Waverly, IA. Kallie and her husband Brandon moved to Colorado in 2017 with their two boys and quickly called Wellington home. Kallie began work with the Main Street Program in May of 2019, assisting with the Well-O-Rama Music Festival and promotional efforts, and accepted the job as Executive Director in September of 2019. Growing up in a small town has given her an appreciation for the value of community and working together. Kallie has spent over ten years working with nonprofits and in the public school system and is passionate about building a vibrant community for her children to grow up in.

 

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Location:

Virtual

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”Come learn about HR updates for Colorado Employers for 2021;
Newest CO wage and hour rules, Paid Sick requirements, and more!”

Guest Speaker: Tina Todd, PHRca, SHRM-CP, CHRS simplyHR & Define the Line Co-Founder

I’m a true HR nerd and love digging into wage and hour rules, working with teams, and helping the incredible organizations in our community understand all of the fun (and sometimes tricky) aspects of HR. In addition to Co-Founding simplyHR in 2016, I also co-created Define the Line, a workplace harassment training in the form of a comic book to educate, train, and empower individuals and workplaces to speak and act against harassment to create safe workplaces. My professional experience has ranged from restaurants and retailers to a non-profit organization to large corporations. My functions ranged from staffing to culture and compliance to a variety of other functions including forecasting, budgeting, operations, and employee relations.

Through that, I realized there is a huge need for assistance for businesses navigating all of the complexities of HR laws so that they can focus on their areas of expertise, and still be compliant in HR. In addition to working with clients directly through simplyHR, I am an HR Consultant for the Larimer SBDC. I feel extremely fortunate to work with so many admirable managers and executive directors and to be doing what I love. Outside of work, I enjoy running, skiing, getting outside any way possible, and spending time with my husband and twin boys.

 

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