Why do business owners and employees choose this area to live and work? Is it the beauty of our Chelan PUD Parks or the arts culture in downtown? Learn how the winning combination of our lifestyle opportunities that make our region an exceptional place to live and work at the Nov. 9 workshop hosted by GWATA and presented by Chelan PUD. The workshop on "Energized! Living and working in NCW" is the final session in a three-part series on the global benefits of public power for local business.Learn from Matt Cadman about Numerica Performing Arts Center’s wide range of arts programming for the upcoming year. Sip and savor locally produced products as Rhona Baron shares about food and drink adventures in the Cascade Farmlands. Hear how Chelan PUD provides our region with world-class waterfront parks and services from Ray Heit of Chelan PUD Parks. Plus, we'll talk through the range of outdoor recreation available with Sarah Shaffer from Wenatchee Outdoors.This is a great event for all industries with a special focus on resources for recruiting to NCW. We invite business owners, human resource professionals, and the community to join us at this fun panel to learn more!“As a non-profit focused on supporting our business community, it was a natural fit to bring in a workshop focused on recruiting points from a variety of angles” said Jenny Rojanasthien, GWATA Executive Director. “As residents of NCW, local businesses can tell the story of what they love about this region - but this workshop will educate them with comprehensive look at our community and help them enhance their recruiting knowledge. GWATA would like to thank Chelan County PUD for the opportunity to host these educational events for our local business owners and the community.”GWATA also thanks Apple Valley Human Resources Association (AVHRA) for help in promoting the event to human resource professionals.The Nov. 9 workshop at Confluence Technology Center begins with lunch and networking from 11:30-noon. The panel discussion starts at noon with speakers:

  • Matt Cadman, Numerica Performing Arts Center
  • Sarah Shaffer, Wenatchee Outdoors
  • Ray Heit, Chelan PUD Parks
  • Rhona Baron, Cascade Farmlands

"Energized! Living and working in NCW" is free for all GWATA members and $10 for others. The event also includes lunch. Please RSVP on the link here to guarantee your seat.Chelan County PUD’s support for the workshop series is part of its Public Power Benefit program to provide timely and helpful information to its customer-owners, enhance the quality of life in Chelan County and to provide the best for the most for the longest period of time.

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