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    Tour De Blast

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    Broadway Gallery

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    lowercolumbia.edu/aa-eeo
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    Click here to register for Cowlitz County Click here to register for Clark County
  7. Opening Night is Tonight at 7:05 pm v. Northwest Honkers Click here for tickets
  8. We have space for two more teams at our Annual Golf Classic! Includes: lunch, driving range, $5000 putting contest, awards ceremony, steak dinner, 18 holes of fellowship, $10,000 hole-in-one opportunity and two carts per team. Click here to register!
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    Our June 12, Business After Hours at Delaware Plaza will be hosted by Koelsch Communities in celebration of their 60th Anniversary! They are partnering with Fire Mountain Grill to provide a great evening of fun and networking! There is no charge for this event, but we ask that you still register – respond to this email or Click here to register online.
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    Come listen to our County Commissioners talk budget, parks, personnel, manufacturing businesses and more! Cost is $25 in advance and includes a lunch buffet. Pay at the door price is $35. Click here to register.
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    Facilitated by James Sikora, with Landerholm Vancouver. Workplace harassment is all too common. As victims are often unsure of what qualifies as harassment and what to do when they're being harassed, it often goes unreported and continues to be an issue. Workplace harassment can ruin a great job and turn a company into a toxic and unproductive environment. The "Me Too" movement has enhanced awareness of sexual harassment and many employers have reexamined and strengthened their policies and procedures. Jim Sikora counsels clients in employment law and disputes in Washington, Oregon, and Federal courts. He enjoys helping employers incorporate compliance into the operation of their business with the new application of existing employment laws, and routinely advises them when employment laws change. Jim advocates for employers before state and federal agencies, including the EEOC, Washington Human Rights Commission, Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI), and Department of Labor and Industries. Jim tailors his approach for each employment matter by fostering open communication with his clients and proactively identifying strategies that will achieve the client’s specific employment objectives in an efficient way.
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