Women Build – Habitat for Humanity – Volunteers needed!
Come out and help with the 2017 Women Build for Habitat for Humanity. Kick off begins May 6th with weekly build days of Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Individuals and groups of 6 to 8 per day maximum.
For more information or scheduling of your group, please contact Bridgette Simmons, Volunteer Coordinator at 219-923-7265 x 316 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
3rd Annual Paint – for a – Cause hosted by Anytime Fitness. Thursday, December 7, 2017 from 5:30-8:00pm. RSVP to Paige by 11/29/1 219-440-7149. Bullpen Luxury Bar & Grill located at 1013 W US HWY 30, Schererville, In 46375Read More »
Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Indiana invites you to the Home Dedication for Ms. Carol Swisher.
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Tri Creek Lumber & Hardware is hosting their 11th Annual Winter Coat Drive. All new and gently used clean coats, in all sizes can be dropped off at Tri Creek Lumber from now until Saturday, January 13, 2018. Other items that can be donated are hats, gloves, mittens, and scarves....Read More »
Edward Jones is a drop off location for Toys for Tots this Holiday Season. Please drop off any new & unwrapped toys for ages newborn through 12 years old. Edward Jones will be collecting Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm until Sunday, December 17th. They are located at 17650 Morse Street, Lowell, In...Read More »
The Lowell Chamber of Commerce is hosting its 60th Anniversary Celebration and its 6th Annual Wine & Beer Tasting on Thursday, November 30th at 6 pm at Signature Banquets, 1908 E. Commercial Avenue. There will be a silent auction and local vendors. This is a family friendly event. Tickets are...Read More »
A front line customer ambassador for Centier, the Universal Banker is crossed trained to provide a World-Class experience for clients. They will educate customers about Centier’s financial product options and refer or sell the appropriate products and services matching the customer’s needs. This position participates in the daily operations of...Read More »
It’s all about choice…and improved membership benefits.
After careful consideration by the Lowell’s Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors, the Chamber is changing the way members invest. Like many chambers during the past decade, we are moving to a tiered dues system which provides benefits based...Read More »
The Lowell Chamber of Commerce is now able to accept credit card transactions in the office, over the phone, and at events. With the help of Pogo by First Data, a mobile card reader, the Chamber can now serve its members and the community more conveniently.
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