Friday, August 28, 2015

Young Professionals Caddie Shack Golf Outing 2015

Young Professionals of the Chippewa Valley had their 12th Annual Caddie Shack Scramble yesterday, Thursday, August 27, 2015, at Mill Run Golf Course in Eau Claire, WI. Our Marketing Manager Keena Mohr played with David Hopkins (Woita & Associates),  Justin Zoromski (Woita & Associates), and Eric Strobel (Strobel Insurance). Their team came in -7 on the back nine! Keena Mohr won ‘Closest to the water without going in’ for the women and Eric Strobel won ‘Happy Gilmore “Running” Drive” for the men. The weather was perfect!

The Young Professionals of Chippewa Valley is a personal and professional development program of the Eau Claire Area Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the Chippewa Falls Chamber of Commerce that encourages young business people to interact socially, exchange ideas, share common interests, learn more about the area’s business community and engage in the community’s future. 

To engage and empower young professionals through community, professional and social opportunities.

  • Integrity
  • Diversity
  • Professionalism
  • Entrepreneurial Spirits

  • Improve networking skills, expand contact bases and advance careers
  • Acquire knowledge of the area's businesses
  • Enhance the quality of life for our members and others
  • Promote our members and their businesses
  • Retain young professionals in the Chippewa Valley
  • Share ambitions to grow, succeed and influence

Community Involvement
  • Connect members with volunteer opportunities in the area
  • Partner with non-profit organizations

Professional Development
  • Attend educational programs created especially for the young professional
  • Participate in round-tables and training sessions featuring community leaders

Social/Networking Interaction
  • Attend networking events featuring business and political leaders to introduce young professionals to important decision makers within the community
  • Participate in a variety of social events to expand contact base