Chamber News

September Networking Coffees:

Friday, September 4, 8:00am at Spring Hill Self Storage, 21660 West 207th St.

Friday, September 18, 8:00am at Farm Bureau Financial, 117 S. Main St. (Historic Main Street)

Both coffees will have some special guests from some of Spring Hill’s newest businesses!

Annual Dinner is October 20–Chalk it up to Success!

Please join us for our 24th Annual Dinner and Auction, on Tuesday, October 20, 6:00pm-8:30pm
at the Ball conference Center 21350 W. 153rd Street off of Lone Elm in Olathe.
The doors will open at 5:30pm and you can enjoy music from the Spring Hill High School Jazz Band as you mingle, check out the auction items and prepare for a fantastic evening of networking and celebration!
Dinner Tickets $25
Help us set the mood by “sponsoring” a table:  $50
Decorate a table by bringing times from your business and/or theme related decor to spruce of the atmosphere and for dinner guests to take home! People’s choice awards are given to the most admired tables!
Event invitations will be on their way soon!
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Welcome New Member!

 Set to open in late fall at 118 S. Main, on Historic Main Street, The Creative Place, LLC and owner Kelly Ashton will provide retreat space, not only for Kelly’s forte of quilt design but also for writers, crafters, and artists of all kinds.
The facility will sleep 15 and is sure to provide a nostalgic and inspirational environment to spark all kinds of creativity.
Spread the word about this great new addition to the Spring Hill Community.

 

 

 

 

Spring Hill Pride – Community Calendar

The local Spring Hill Pride is a part of the Kansas PRIDE Program which is a partnership of K-State Research and Extension, the Kansas Department of Commerce, and Kansas PRIDE, Inc.

Kansas PRIDE is dedicated to serving communities across the state to encourage and assist local government and volunteers in making their community a better place to live and work.

Through the PRIDE program, local communities identify what they would like to preserve, create, or improve for their future. Then, working with the resources of K-State Research & Extension and the Kansas Department of Commerce, community volunteers pull together to create their ideal community future.

One of the first projects we took on was the development of a community wide calendar. As a resident of Spring Hill we found it difficult at times to find out what was going on in the city from any one source, we typically had to do quite a bit of research to find out activities and we still missed some. We believe this is a great way to help bring the community closer and show how much PRIDE we have in Spring Hill. If you want to view the community calendar just click on the link http://www.springhillpride.org/calendar/