Customer service seminar scheduled
The Marshfield Area Chamber of Commerce & Industry will present "Customer Service Eagles" on Oct. 17. The workshop is described as "a flight plan to help you and your organization soar."
Two convenient times will be offered with the same program delivered at both. Program times are 8 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. or 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
This learning experience offers the skills and knowledge required to provide excellent customer service for many different types of business fields. Appropriate for all levels within an organization, participants take away real information they can begin using immediately on the job.
Facilitator Joe Constance, Constant Training, provides a highly interactive and fast-paced program for organizations of all types and sizes. Constance has owned and operated 11 different companies where he gained managerial and hands-on experience. His combination of sales, managerial and training experience provides the foundation for Constant Training's intense customer focus.
Call MACCI at 715-384-3454 for additional information or to register. You can also register online at www.marshfieldchamber.com.
Proposals sought for art grants
Nonprofit performing arts groups in Central Wisconsin are invited to submit proposals for grants from the Greg and Sally Rindfleisch Performing Arts Fund through the Marshfield Area Community Foundation.
The purpose of the Greg and Sally Rindfleisch Performing Arts Endowment Fund is to provide monetary grants each year to worthy nonprofit performing arts groups in the Marshfield area (30-mile radius) in order to enhance the quantity and quality of performing arts programs in central Wisconsin. Grants will be awarded to support seminars, workshops, guest artists, field trips, concerts, productions, recitals or performance "events" in music, theater and dance.
Since 2007, 20 grants totaling more than $16,275 have been awarded to nonprofit groups, including: Lucille Tack Center for the Arts (3), Central Chamber Chorale (2), Spencer Public Schools Music Department (2), Chestnut Avenue Center for the Arts (3), Marshfield Middle School Drama Department (2), UW-Marshfield/Wood County Campus Music Department (1), Columbus Catholic Schools Drama Department (1), UW-Marshfield/Wood County Campus-Community Players (3) and New Visions Gallery (3).
Application packets - which include the fund's history and mission, application form with criteria, guidelines and procedures - are currently available at the Marshfield Area Community Foundation, Heritage Bank Plaza, 907 N. Central Ave. Questions can be directed to the foundation's executive director at 715-384-9029, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Completed grant application forms should be submitted to the Marshfield Area Community Foundation.