Blackhawk Hills Regional Council To Hold Annual Fall Summit on Community Development

Mt. Carroll, Illinois — The Blackhawk Hills Regional Council has announced their annual fall summit on community and economic development to be held on October 27th. The summit, which will be held at Timber Lake Playhouse is set to begin at 9:00 a.m. with registration beginning at 8:30. The event will be held in Mt. Carroll, IL.
Attendees are being asked to please RSVP at by October 20.  Attendees are encourage to invite your associates to attend as well.
*October 27, Timber Lake Playhouse, 8215 Black Oak Rd, Mt. Carroll
*Registration starts at 8:30 am
*Summit starts at 9 am (ends at 1:15 pm)
*Over 500 Things to Say: Business Climate in Illinois
*Grain, Gears, & Gravel: The Freight that Moves Northwest Illinois
*Up or Out: The True Value of Entrepreneurship to the Local Economy
*Harnessing Economic Assets: Economic Development for the 21st Century
*Illinois business climate
*The statewide and local freight economy
*Job creation
*Rural economic trends
$20/per person (includes breakfast and lunch)
Pay in advance or at the door
Register by October 20


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