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13Sep

Trapshoot Fundraiser doubles money raised for student grant programs

By Portage County Business Council

Mid-State Technical College supporters gathered at the Wisconsin Trapshooting Association in Nekoosa on Sept. 7 for the Foundation’s third annual Trapshoot Fundraiser. The fun, team-based competition raised over $6,000 for (continued).

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13Sep

2018 August Active Voice Digital Magazine-Teacher Awarded

By Portage County Business Council

The Portage County Business Council Active Voice Digital Magazine is now available. We are glad you are a part of the Portage County Business Council / Foundation. We hope you are having (continued).

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27Aug

Wisconsin Launches First-Ever National Campaign to Attract Veterans Transitioning to Civilian Life

$1.9 million initiative includes sending Wisconsin delegation to military bases nationwide to highlight state’s career opportunities and quality of life Governor Scott Walker announced today that the state has launched (continued).

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27Aug

Fast Track to Saving Time and Making More Money – 4 Week Excel Training Program

By Portage County Business Council

Join Tina Palmgren, owner of Excelling Your Business LLC, for a 4 Week Excel Training Program starting with the basics and building to advanced data analysis skills. Take your business (continued).

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03Aug

Survey Says…….

By Portage County Business Council

  I hope a few of you remember Richard Dawson on Family Feud with his infamous line…Survey Says! Thanks to those of you who completed the survey we recently sent (continued).

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03Aug

Companies Sought to Participate in Transportation Program to Connect Workers to Jobs

Article from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Stephanie Morse  The application period opened Thursday for a state grant program aimed at connecting workers to transportation that can get them to and from jobs. Companies (continued).

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03Aug

Group Fitness is “Community”

Group Fitness is becoming more and more popular in fitness facilities everywhere. New classes are popping up all the time and fitness companies are trying to find new ways to (continued).

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