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December 18, 2015

2015 LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Thursday, January 21, 2016 Noon - 1pm

REGISTER FOR WEBINAR
Join us for an online discussion of…

key legislative issues affecting Counties in Illinois followed by a Question and Answer session with Legislative Representatives from Illinois Association of County Board Members and National Association of Counties.
 
Just for fun . . .
 
Design studio Quillo Creative created a series of typographic logos of common words we use every day. They’ve combined, altered and replaced letters with subtle visuals that symbolize the word. Most of the designs look ingeniously simple due to clever, minimalist execution. Just for fun, take a look at all of them!

The 2016 Manufacturing Roundtable 

is scheduled for February 11, 2016 at Thelma Keller Convention Center in Effingham, Illinois.

ECIDC continues to bring together leaders from businesses, community colleges, economic and workforce development agencies, K-12 education, regional planning commissions, area manufacturers and many more technology trades stakeholders for the 2016 Manufacturing Roundtable.

To become a Roundtable Sponsor, Vendor Booth Host, or if you have any questions please contact Randi Bohannon, ECIDC Executive Director, at (217) 540-3517 or rbohannon@lakelandcollege.edu.

Sponsorship Opportunities: Gold - $500, Silver - $250
Vendor Booth Host - $500

Additional details will be announced soon....
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