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- 04/16/13--12:22: NFC April Community Advisory Board Meeting
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HRAM May Governmental Affairs Webinar 'The Changing Landscape of Employment Verification: What Every Employer Needs to Know'
Presenter: Amy L. Erlbacher-Anderson, Baird Holm
TOPIC: From DACA to CIR, there have been numerous development in the employment verification landscape, not the least of which is a new Form I-9 that every employer, regardless of size or type, must begin using in May.
This webinar will not only review the new Form I-9 and the changes to guidance issued by the Department of Homeland Security, but will address how developments in Washington impact the employment verification process for all companies and organizations and what comprehensive immigration reform may mean to you.
This program has been submitted for a total of 1 hour of General credit to the HR Certification Institute for review.
ALL ATTENDEES MUST PRE-REGISTER. REGISTRATIONS AND CANCELLATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY May 8, 2013.
REGISTER AT: http://www.hram.org/igsbase/igstemplate.cfm?SRC=MD002a&SRCN=catalogthumbnail&GnavID=38&SnavID=52
RATES: Single $25 Group(3+) $75 GoToWebinar instructions will be emailed the week before the webinar to all attendees.
OMAHA, Nebraska - Quality Irrigation marks its 10th Anniversary in 2013 and has recently been presented with a 2013 Best of Omaha award in the category of Irrigation and a 2012 Angie's List Super Service Award. In addition, the company's owner and president Ryan Jardine has been honored by the Midlands Business Journal with a "40 Under 40" award. This is the second year in a row that Quality Irrigation has been voted Best of Omaha in the category of Irrigation by the readers of Omaha Magazine and the online voters in the Best of Omaha survey and the third year in a row that the company has been awarded an Angie's List Super Service Award, an honor bestowed annually on approximately five percent of thousands of businesses rated on the nation's leading provider of consumer reviews on local service companies.
"We're proud to receive such a resounding vote of satisfaction from our valued customers as we mark our 10th Anniversary," said Ryan Jardine. "We work hard to provide our customers with water-efficient residential and commercial sprinkler systems that provide just-right watering solutions for their unique properties."
In December 2012, the Midlands Business Journal honored Jardine with a "40 Under 40" award, which recognizes entrepreneurs, executives and professionals in Omaha, Council Bluffs and Sarpy County who are under the age of 40.
Jardine, 32, founded Quality Irrigation in 2003. Last year, the company was named Small Business of the Year by the Greater Omaha Chamber.
"We can't say 'Thank you' enough to all of our amazing customers who have supported us over the years," added Jardine. "We look forward to continuing to provide expert, reliable service to our customers for the next 10 years and beyond."
Explore the depths of the ocean in this two-day summer camp with DiVentures and Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium. Discover what lies beneath the surface by learning to scuba dive and exploring the creatures of the deep. This two day camp will give your child the chance to discover ocean creatures, take their first breath underwater and sleep beneath the waves.
Thursday, May 30 - Saturday morning, June 1
Thursday, July 18 - Saturday morning, July 20
Thursday, August 1 - Saturday morning, August 3
First day of camp will be held at DiVentures from 9:00am-3:00pm
Second day of camp will be held at the Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium from 9:00am on Friday until Saturday morning.
Spaces for this camp are limited so call TODAY (402-933-6251) to reserve your spot in this truly extraordinary summer camp!
For additional information visit http://www.diventures.net/scuba-training/kids-classes/summer-camps/
(Omaha, NE,) Karen Sokolof Javitch, well-known songwriter, playwright and radio talk show host announced today that her "Shake It for NObesity" entry in the Song of the Year.com international contest was awarded the semi-finalist position.
"I am thrilled that "Shake It for NObesity" has been recognized. The song is intended to influence healthy eating habits, promote exercise and be fun at the same time. Two very talented teenaged siblings - Grace and Jack Bydalek, recorded "Shake it for NObesity" for me," Javitch explained. "Their amazing voices and rap delivery resonates with other teenage listeners."
"When we first heard 'Shake it for NObesity' my brother and I knew this song could help young people in a fun way," added 16 year-old Grace, who has performed with symphonies, operas and high school musicals. "My brother Jack and I were rockin' out to it! It's a very uplifting song and I hope young people across the country get to hear it - and soon!" Grace added.
"We hope to shake it up and have the word 'NObesity' become a common word in everyone's vocabulary!" Karen adds. Go to youtube and watch the performance, which helped to raise money last year at a pancreatic cancer benefit in Omaha. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgNqVMBJTUQ)"
Chuck Penington, music conductor for the Grammy-award winning group, Mannheim Steamroller, arranged the music which was recorded at Ware House Studio, 2012 Grammy nominee!
"With all of the work that so many others are doing to promote health and fitness, I hope 'NObesity' becomes the song that helps to shed pounds in millions of people. This is my second song dedicated to fitness and follows my other one: "I Love to Sweat!" concluded Javitch.
Karen Sokolof Javitch has raised over $300,000 for national and local charities though her original music and musicals. Her shows, including one about the late Princess Diana, have been performed in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, St. Louis as well as Omaha and have featured such prominent actors as John Beasley and Broadway singer Joanna Young. She has also sung and recorded with American Idol alum - Tim Halperin and The Maynard Triplets. Karen has won the TAG (Theater Arts Guild) award three times. Her songs are also sung in elementary and high schools around the country.
For more information please contact Andy Greenberg at Speakingofandygreenberg@cox.net, 402-250-3895 and visit http://jmrproductions.com/
BNI of the Heartland will host its 8th Annual Golf Outing benefiting Lincoln-based Mourning Hope Grief Center, Monday, June 24, beginning at 10 a.m. at Iron Horse Golf Club, in Ashland, Neb.
Executive Director, BNI of the Heartland, Vince Vigneri said, "BNI is a networking organization and our goal is to involve area business professionals and the community in this event not only to raise funds, but also to raise awareness of Mourning Hope Grief Center and the great work it does in bringing support to children and their families during times of grief." Individual registration is $110 before May 31 and $125 after May 31. Foursome's are $400 before May 31 and $450 after May 31. A variety of sponsorships are available.
Mourning Hope Grief Center Executive Director, Carly Woythaler-Runestad said, "We are excited to be part of this event again this year. Funds from this event have enabled us to continue with our grief support groups and other services for youth in kindergarten through college age and their families."
Those wishing to participate as a golfer or sponsor can click on the information flyer and registration form located on either the BNI of the Heartland or Mourning Hope Grief Center websites. Or contact: Brian Hoffart at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's warming up outside - is your air conditioner ready? Don't wait until it's hot to find out you're A/C needs help! Count on aksarben / ARS to get your home's cooling system ready now!
For only $59, we'll check for proper operation and efficiency! Maintenance, repairs, new installation - we're Omaha's trusted go-to guys for fast, professional service. Offer is available now through May 15th, 2013!
The $59 A/C System Check coupon is available on our website: www.aksarbenars.com/Specials__Coupons/ While you're there, check out our other great specials too!
Visit us online: www.aksarbenars.com
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Eat and network on us! We will be educating everyone on our complete property managment solution.
We are having a Free Lunch and learn at Courtyard Aksarben Village 1625 S. 67st Omaha, NE. We are educating everyone on our complete property management solution for commercial businesses.
May 1st from 1130-100.
May Hot Topic Session "Incentives: What Works, What Doesn't and How Do You Choose?"
Presenter: Craig Johnson, Holmes Murphy
TOPIC: When it comes to worksite wellness programs, employers want results and employees want to be rewarded. Many employers are willing to get quite creative and aggressive with their incentive designs. So what works best? And with evolving legislation, what's legal?
This presentation will address common incentive strategies, best incentive practices, and the leading legal concerns surrounding incentives. Craig Johnson joined Holmes Murphy as senior consultant - client services.
Before joining Holmes Murphy Johnson served as wellness and safety manager at Duncan Aviation, Lincoln, where he helped the organization earn numerous worksite wellness awards, including the Nebraska Governor's Wellness Award. He serves on the advisory board of the Nebraska Nutrition, Physical Activity and Obesity (NPAO) Plan. He earned his M.A. in health and wellness management from the University of Nebraska.
This program has been submitted for a total of 1.5 hour of General credit to the HR Certification Institute for review.
RATES: HRAM Member: $15
Non Member: $30
ALL ATTENDEES MUST PRE-REGISTER.
REGISTRATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 2013. Cancellations must be received by Friday, April 26, 2013. Substitutions may be made.
Courtyard Aksarben Village Aksarben Room
JOIN US FOR A LUNCH & LEARN THE COMPLETE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SOLUTION
Control/Monitor/Manage EVERYTHING on your property
See some of the features during the LIVE presentation
.Open and close doors via smart phones or remotely anywhere there is internet access
.View and control cameras - PTZ or existing cameras
.Digital zoom on previously captured images
.Property movement alarms - notification of movement of property
.Easily manage access of staff, students, visitors, contractors
.RFID property tracking
PLEASE RSVP by calling 402.346.5123 or email: email@example.com
Money control for REAL people!
Get tacos and Tecate Mexican beer for just $2 all day every Tuesday at Cantina Laredo in Midtown Crossing.
- Fajita: beef with fresh cheese, avocado, sour cream
- Barbacoa: slow-roasted brisket with marinated onions, monterey jack cheese, cilantro
- Pastor: spicy pork with pineapple, pico de gallo and cilantro
- Carnitas: slow-roasted pork with chipotle wine sauce
- Chicken: fajita chicken with avocado, pico de gallo, fresh cheese, poblano drizzle
- Pollo Cascabel: spicy chicken with marinated onions and fresh cheese
- Fish: Mahi Mahi with marinated vegetables, fresh cheese and chipotle aioli
- Chorizo with Cheese: spicy sausage with monterey jack cheese
Reservations: 402-345-6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
View all the tacos on our menu: http://www.cantinalaredo.com/location/omaha
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Nebraska Families Collaborative (NFC) invites you to attend its next Community Advisory Board Meeting on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Goodwill Industries, Inc. - 4805 North 72nd Street, Omaha, NE. The theme of this meeting is Nebraska Children's Commission update by Karen Authier.
The Community Advisory Board is made up of people who are child welfare stakeholders in Douglas and Sarpy Counties. The Board discusses issues of concern in child welfare, including foster care, visitation, family team meetings and treatment services. The public is invited and encouraged to come. A portion of each meeting is set aside for public comments, questions and concerns. Nebraska Families Collaborative encourages those who wish to speak during the public comment portion of the meeting to contact NFC at (402) 492-2532 to reserve a time or simply come to the meeting. A light meal is provided to all in attendance.
Please keep in mind that this is a public meeting. Any questions or concerns regarding specific cases should be discussed in a private setting. If you wish to privately discuss a specific case, please contact NFC at (402) 492-2500 and you will be directed to someone who can help you.
Superior Lighting announced today that Pat Weeks has joined the sales team as the Signage and Lighting Consultant. Weeks will be a direct contact for many of Superior's lighting and sign customers as project manager and energy savings consultant. He will be focused on the Omaha market, but not limited to it. Weeks comes to Superior from Poblocki Signs, where he did sales and project management for 5 years.
He was responsible for exterior signage and 'wayfinding' projects that you may be familiar with: Alegent, UNMC, Bellevue Medical Center and the City of Omaha. Bill Swarbrick, President of Superior Lighting Inc. announced that "Pat Weeks will help expand our sales efforts in markets that are really thriving. With his design skills and brand identity expertise, he is the perfect complement to our current team." Weeks obtained his associates degree from VTI Career Institute of Omaha in Graphic Design.
Superior Lighting Inc. is a family-owned lighting and sign maintenance service provider with over 40 years of experience in the industry. We serve clients in a six-state area helping our customers reduce energy costs, enhance their image and improve safety. SuperiorLight.com
We want to say thanks to all of our neighbors in the Omaha Chamber, and hats off to our clients who are also Chamber members. We're going into our spring season, and a lot of businesses are advertising on the web so we're making this offer for all members.
Some of our many websites are:
We're offering 6 months of FREE advertising on OmahaCoupons.net and other websites in the Omaha and Council Bluffs area, a low cost alternative to Adwords. No contracts, no strings. Try it for 6 months and you decide, based on your sales if it's helping your business grow. After 6 months, if you decide our advertising is for you, just sign up for only $60.00 for the next year. To submit a coupon for this special offer, go to this link and enter your Ad. http://www.websnoogie.com/add-new-coupon
Again, there's no contracts or clever sales obligations. It's just our gift to other Chamber members for making us great. We advertise office space, medical, accounting, insurance, auto, and many more types of businesses.
If you have questions, call us at 402-813-4034.
50% off Husker Gear at the Husker Express store. 3507 S. 84th St. Omaha, Nebraska 68124. (402) 934-5252.
Mention this posting and receive 25% off Creighton Gear.