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Kick-Off 2021 Happy Hour (Virtual)
2020 is GONE and a new year is here- thank goodness!
Let’s come together during this happy hour the only way we can right now — virtually through zoom — to network and support each other.
Drink your favorite adult beverage or hot chocolate while kicking off 2021 the right way!
Annual Breakfast- Virtual
It’s a new year, and The Northwest Chamber of Commerce is excited for what is coming!
Join us to explore chamber initiatives and programming for 2021
while we welcome our new members of the Board of Directors.
Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski
is confirmed as our speaker to give the 2021 County forecast!
Then, refill your coffee and be inspired by our presenter David S. Brown of DSB Leadership Group.
Because of COVID, this popular annual event will be virtual this year. Come in your slippers, and see what one of the most active chamber’s accomplished in 2020 and is up to in 2021.
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Managing Your Financial Lifestyle
Learn some of the ways you can financially manage your lifestyle to satisfy your needs and wants, from choosing between types of financing available for large purchases to figuring out the true cost of ownership and spending.
Start off 2021 with great financial advice!
REMINDER: Members, send us your news, promotions and job listings. We are happy to spread the word for you!
Jennifer Karmer- Dela Cruz came to the Northwest Chamber in December with an idea. She wanted to help our immediate community in a meaningful way. Jennifer created a toy and hygiene drive for fellow member The Community Crisis Center. Below is the result of her outreach.
Thank you Jennifer for including us in your selfless act.
The Equitable Policing Advisory Group has released its draft interim report, with recommendations to improve equity, accountability, and transparency in policing. The public has the opportunity to provide feedback on the recommendations until January 8 by submitting comments by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baltimore County Announcement:
The collection of live Christmas trees for recycling in Baltimore County will take place over a two-week period, beginning Monday, January 11. Because Christmas tree collection dates will vary from place to place, residents must have trees set out no later than Saturday, January 16, to ensure collection.
Residents should place trees out for pick-up at the same location where they would normally place trash and recycling for collection. In addition, residents must follow these rules when placing their Christmas trees out to be recycled:
-Only set out live (not artificial) trees.
-Set out the tree only (no lights, decorations, tinsel, bags, tree stands, etc.).
Baltimore County collectors will pick up Christmas trees in standard trash and recycling trucks, and deliver them to County facilities to be chipped and later used as mulch. County residents who live in an apartment or condominium should follow their property manager’s rules when setting out Christmas trees for recycling.
Residents who wish to drop off Christmas trees themselves may do so starting Saturday, December 26. Christmas trees (no lights, decorations, tinsel, bags, tree stands, etc.) may be taken to any one of the County’s three drop-off locations.
For directions to the County’s drop-off centers, residents may visit the Bureau of Solid Waste Management website or call 410-887-2000.