Maple Grove - State of the City Address

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Feb 28 7:30 am - 9:00 am

Maple Grove Community Center - 12951 Weaver Lake Road

For many years the North Hennepin Area Chamber of Commerce hosted an annual State of the Cities event for its four member cities – Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Maple Grove, and Osseo.  With the recent dissolution of the Chamber, each city is reshaping how they connect with the business community.  For Maple Grove, the State of the City Address is an important and special way to connect with our businesses, community leaders, and citizens. 

Maple Grove – State of the City Address on Thursday morning, February 28, starting at 7:30 a.m. at the Maple Grove Community Center. 

In addition to a light breakfast, we have an engaging program planned that recaps 2018 happenings, showcases what’s ahead for 2019, and introduces a new workforce initiative in partnership with Twin West Chamber of Commerce to assist business with its workforce challenges. 

Seating is limited for this free event. Registration is online at Eventbrite.com and closes on Friday, February 22.

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