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Jan
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Tue
2018
January 16th Event: Kaelen Revense @ Security National Bank
Jan 16 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Get Rid of the Resolutions; Create a New Year’s THEME Instead

At the January 2018 luncheon, Kaelen Revense will speak on these key points:

  • Learn how to replace a New Year’s Resolution with a New Year’s Theme
  • Learn why a New Year’s Theme is so effective
  • Learn how a New Year’s Theme sets the course for change and empowerment for your dreams and goals
  • Learn how a New Year’s Theme can change the trajectory of your life and sets you up for your next New Year’s Theme

Speaker: Kaelen Revense

Please meet Kaelen Revense, who is a speaker and women’s life coach helping women replenish their souls, so they feel renewed, reenergized and inspired to successfully overcome life’s challenges, which she affectionately calls “The Lemons of our Lives”. She is the author of the book, “8 Little Secrets to a Crazy Awesome Life: What to do When Life Gives You Lemons”. Kaelen is the creator and founder of the Million Women Message Movement and believes each woman is her greatest gift, adventure, and a grandest celebration. Kaelen’s mission is to reach over a million women with her message that the lemons of our lives present us with the opportunity to make new creations in ourselves and to discover the power, gift, and celebration each woman has within.

Register Now!

* If you need to cancel your reservation you must do so by the Sunday prior to the event in order to get a full refund. If you registered but did not pay and you do not cancel by the Sunday prior to the event, you will be billed the registration fee. * Registrations made after the Sunday prior to the event will be charged $20 for the luncheon entry fee.


Member Spotlight

Kris Thaller
Certified Life Coach
Coaching Dimensions

 

 


Lunch catered by:

Sep
18
Tue
2018
September 18th: Scott Lyons, Papillion Police Chief @ Security National Bank
Sep 18 @ 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Papillion Police Chief Scott Lyons

Internet Safety:  Papillion Police Chief Scott Lyons

Please join us on Tuesday, September 18th to meet Scott Lyons and a local FBI Agent who will speak on:

  • Internet Safety
  • Opensource “web sense”
  • Navigating the Marketing Online World
  • This will be an interactive presentation with opportunities for Q&A, as well!

About the Speaker: Chief Scott Lyons

Chief Scott Lyons began his law enforcement career in 1990 with the Raytown, Missouri Police Department. He served as a patrol officer, detective and tactical officer. In 1995, he joined the Lee’s Summit Police Department where he served in a number of positions including as Major over the Administration and Patrol Divisions. In 2015, Lyons became the Chief of Police for the City of Papillion, Nebraska. The City of Papillion is located just South of the Omaha Metropolitan area with about 25,000 citizens within the city limits and impacted by a another 25,000 in surrounding ETJ/SIDs. The Papillion Police Department consists of 44 officers and 49 total employees.

Register Today

*Please try to arrive by 11:15 to get checked in, grab your lunch and do some networking with everyone before we begin.*
**Parking is available in the lot east of the bank building or on 101st Street. Please refrain from parking in the guest/bank customer parking spaces just outside the building.**
*** If you need to cancel your reservation you must do so by the Sunday prior to the event in order to get a full refund. If you registered but did not pay and you do not cancel by the Sunday prior to the event, you will be billed the registration fee. Registrations made after the Sunday prior to the event will be charged $20 for the luncheon entry fee.


Member Spotlight

Sandy Gordon
Qdoba Catering

 

 


Little Free PantryOur 2018 Non-Profit Partner: Little Free Pantry

Please consider bringing an in-kind donation to the next event!

Donation items wishlist:
Grains — cereal, oatmeal, pasta, crackers, bread or muffin mixes, popcorn, etc.
Proteins — canned beans, canned chicken, canned tuna or salmon, peanut butter, etc.
Vegetables* — canned vegetables and tomatoes, vegetable juice, pasta sauce, etc.
Fruits* — canned fruit, applesauce, canned and boxed fruit juice, etc.
Dairy — infant formula, evaporated milk, powdered milk, instant breakfast drinks, etc.
Other* — honey, jelly/jam, mayonnaise, salad dressings, sugar, oils, syrup, etc.
*No glass jars, please.