National Manufacturing Day
October 3, 2014 - TCEDA hosted nearly 170 students from Tri-State Christian, River Ridge, Stockton, Eastland, West Carroll and Scales Mound high schools, and the Jo Daviess Carroll Area Vocational Center. The students learned about regional manufacturers, the products they make, the careers that are available and the education needed to secure employment....read more
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Saturday, June 27, 9 a.m. - noon
River Ridge High School
4141 IL Route 84 S, Hanover, IL
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Creating Incremental, Sustainable Change
PLEASE NOTE: THIS CONFERENCE WAS SOLD OUT.
UPDATE FROM THE ANNUAL MEETING:
TCEDA’s hosted John Mecklenburg, who spoke on the theme Creating Incremental, Sustainable Change at the 2015 Annual Meeting at Woodbine Golf Course in Woodbine, IL. John Mecklenburg recently retired after serving 22 years as the Executive Vice President & CEO of The SwedishAmerican Foundation in Rockford, IL. During his tenure, The Foundation’s assets grew from $2.8 million to more than $17 million, while investing more than $25 million of donor generated gifts in the local community. A signature project of his tenure was a $4.6 million renovation and restoration of an 81-block area surrounding SwedishAmerican Hospital.
Save the Date: TCEDA’s 2016 Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, March 17, 2016, location TBD.
Sold-out crowd at Woodbine Bend Golf Course
The Nonprofit Collaboration Award is accepted by Tiffany Nieman of United Way of Northwest Illinois (left)
The Community Collaborator Award was presented to Lou Schau and accepted posthumously by his daughter Nichole Santoro (center)
John Diesh, accepts the TCEDA Business Collaboration Award award for Rentech Nitrogen and John Ambrose. (right)
John Mecklenburg presents on creating incremental, sustainable change