December CIRC News & Events

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Last Chance to Register for Dec. 10 Holiday Networking Lunch

Last Chance to Register - Wed., December 10, 2014 * 11:30 to 1:30 p.m. - University & Whist Club

Register now for CIRC's Annual Holiday Festivities and plan on having fun with some great, year-end networking!  Join your CIRC business associates and friends. Bring a guest or prospective new member! 

www.circdelaware.org/meetings/nextMeeting.cfm

Holiday Prizes from One Member to Another!

Holiday Lunch - ATTENDEES LIST

Attendees: as of 12/9/14  (a few seats remain available)

Food Bank of Delaware

We will have our traditional holiday Non-perishable Food Collection Drive at our holiday luncheon at the University & Whist Club.

Each person who brings an item or items to share will receive a Door Prize Ticket to win Wine and Beer Baskets of Cheer donated by Premier Wine & Spirits, along with other Door Prize items yet to be named.

A 50-50 Cash Raffle will be held...half the winnings will go to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Delaware, and half will be given as prizes.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Delaware

Did you know?

Donations from the CIRC luncheon will benefit the 2015  Annual Fund for Kids, our annual statewide campaign that addresses the most critical needs our youth face;

  1. Feeding Hungry Kids – through our free statewide food program we are ensuring that at least one of the meals our kids are offered is healthy and fulfilling
  2. Educational Success – through our tutoring and prevention programs we are having a measurable impact on preparing our youth for college or a career
  3. Families in Need – our scholarship programs help support those families that are unable to afford our program rates, ensuring no child is turned away
  4. Saving our Teens – our investment in Delaware’s teens offers a safe, engaging environment for them to learn, grow and have fun

The Annual Fund for Kids is designed to help our youth to participate in programs that will make a difference in their lives!  Every dollar raised at our CIRC event will be matched by the Boys & Girls Clubs' Corporate Board, so your gift will actually be doubled!

CIRC Membership 2015 Dues

CIRC's membership dues are $80.00 annually, due as of January 1 each year, but a $10.00 discount is offered to renewing members "IF PAID BY DECEMBER 31."

Existing members may RENEW their membership for CY2015 online on our Membership Page (if you don't remember your User Name or Password, let Janet know and she can help you).

You may request an invoice, AND/OR you can bring payment to the December 10 Holiday Lunch...

ONE CHECK FOR EVERYTHING WILL DO.

www.circdelaware.org/renewal/

Joint Dinner Fun and Sucess

Ho, ho, ho...Oh what fun we had at the Joint Dinner at Harry's Savoy this year! A crowd of 115 from CIRC, SIOR, CCIM and TriState RCA had a terrific time networking, enjoying Harry's delicious buffet and hearing from organization presidents and a keynote speech by Bill Hankowsky, President and CEO of Liberty Property Trust. It's always interesting to hear the inner thought and decision-making processes of one of the county's leading REITs.

Continuing Education - Starts January 14

Our CE classes - accredited for DE, PA, MD, and NJ begin on JANUARY 14, 2015.

Hurry and register for classes in January (Del. Modules 2 and 3).

Note that the 8:30 a.m. class is a Required NJ Ethics class that NJ licensees need by June of 2015 (this year).

Payments made 30 day PRIOR to class date will receive a $10 discount per class. So HURRY and register now!

www.circdelaware.org/education/schedule.cfm

Upcoming CIRC Events

The Program Committee lead by Don Robitzer of The Commonwealth Group, is always working hard for you. As upcoming speakers and events are firmed up, they are added to our list of Upcoming Events. Take a look from time to time to get us on your schedule by visiting our Meetings/Events/Upcoming Events page.

www.circdelaware.org/meetings/upcoming.cfm

Jeffrey C. Flynn, Director, Office of Economic Development

Congratulations to Jeff Flynn who has recently been promoted to Director of Economic Development at the City of Wilmington. We wish Jeff much success in this new role, and know that he is well prepared after working hard behind the scenes for so many years.

Take a look at his department's web page, or check out the Economic Development Strategic Action Plan by following the link below.

www.ci.wilmington.de.us/government/citybusiness