WBIA Summer Quarterly Meeting – July 20 & 21, 2017

Join us in celebrating Dale Kupczyk from the Ashland Area Enterprise Center and Sarah Hole from the Madison Enterprise Center retirement.  They both have served on the WBIA Board of Directors and greatly contributed to their communities.  Please join us in wishing them well and celebrating their fruitful careers.

Thursday July 20, 2017: 

  • Strategic Planning Session from 8am-noon. Open to all members. Located at The Hotel Chequamegon, 101 Lake Shore Drive W, Ashland, Wisconsin 54806
  • WBIA Board Meeting from noon-12:30pm. Located at The Hotel Chequamegon, 101 Lake Shore Drive W, Ashland, Wisconsin 54806.
  • Apostle Island Cruise – Shipwrecks, Sea Caves & Lighthouse Tour at 2pm.  WBIA member and one guest are complimentary additional guests will cost $20 each. Non members cost is $35.
  • Networking Dinner:  6:30pm on Thursday July 20, 2017 at Deep Water Grill, 808 Main Street West, Ashland, WI 54806

Friday July 21, 2017:

  • WBIA Membership Meeting begins at 8:00 a.m. at the Ashland Area Enterprise Center, 422 Third Street West, Ashland, WI 54806.
  • Lunch at noon

 

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WBIA News

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