Archive for June, 2018

Matching Pallet Fundraiser Set for June 29

Monday, June 25th, 2018

On June 29, Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry and Marie Wilkinson Food Pantry will be joining forces to end summertime childhood hunger. The two food pantries, both located in Aurora, will be taking part in the annual Matching Pallet fundraiser, with a goal of $25,000 – an amount that will be matched by six local businesses: Dolan & Murphy Real Estate, Erie Insurance, Gerald Subaru, Konen Insurance, The Lakone Company, and Mooney & Thomas, P.C. for a total of $50,000!  The event will kick off with an all-day Radiothon on Friday, June 29, on 95.9 The River.

The summer is a critical time for food pantries. Opposite the holiday giving season, summertime is when pantry shelves are at their lowest stock. Compounding the problem is that thousands of children are no longer receiving free/reduced price lunches in school. Within some of the area school districts, anywhere from 65% to 100% of the students at some schools are receiving free lunch.

“Good nutrition is important for everyone, but especially children,” said Marilyn Weisner, executive director of Aurora Area Interfaith Food Pantry. “Kids should be having fun during the summer, not worrying about where their next meal is coming from or being unable to play and exercise because they haven’t eaten.”

The Matching Pallet fundraiser will get food to where it is most critically needed. Donations will fund pallets of food that the pantries are able to acquire at discounts through Northern Illinois Food Bank. Each donation will be matched by the fundraiser’s sponsors, greatly increasing the impact. For example, a $105 donation will provide an amazing 1,000 bags of pasta.

Live remote broadcast of The River’s Radiothon on June 29 will be held at Spartan House (1032 Prairie St.) from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

“Every single dollar will change a child’s life, and thanks to our generous sponsors, every dollar will be worth two,” Weisner said.

Online donations can be made by visiting aurorafoodpantry.org and clicking on the Matching Pallet link. Donations may also be mailed to either pantry; donors should write “Matching Pallet” on check’s memo line. Donations may also be made by phone by calling (630) 692-3056.  Additional information can be found on aurorafoodpantry.org or mariewilkinsonfoodpantry.org.

Chicagoland Safety Health and Environmental Conference

Monday, June 25th, 2018

Does your business need money?  Do you know your OSHA and EPA requirements?

Registration is now open at www.chisafetyconf.org for Chicagoland Safety Health and Environmental Conference.  The conference is being held Sept. 17-20 at the Naperville campus of NIU.  Celebrating 30 years, the conference is the premier, once a year, four- day professional training event for EHS professionals, business owners, municipalities, safety committee members, plant managers, HR professionals and others who have EHS responsibilities.  Register now and take advantage of early bird pricing.

This year’s conference will feature speakers from the U.S. Small Business Administration who will share information about SBA Funding for Small Business, Disaster Preparedness and Cyber Security for Small Business.  Other educational training topics include Introduction to OSHA for Small Business, OSHA Inspections and Reporting Requirements, Active Shooter, Opioid Crisis, Multi-Generational Workforce, Environmental Compliance 101, Safety and Workers Comp, Marijuana in the Workplace, Clean Air Basics and Updates, Respectful Workplace –Sexual Harassment and Bullying, and many more.

In just the last two years, the conference has drawn more than 700 people from two foreign countries, 24 states, and 100 Illinois communities and more than 3,000 session attendees received training at the 150+ training sessions.  This year’s conference offers 91 timely, relevant and meaningful training sessions that are 90 minutes, three-hour or day-long workshops that provide Basic, Intermediate and Advanced Level training.  Presenters include OSHA Compliance Assistance Specialists, business owners, lawyers, university professors, business consultants, industry experts and others with extensive knowledge, skills and experience.

A day long Business EXPO on Wednesday allows businesses from across the country to showcase their latest products and services.  An evening networking event with hors d’oeuvres and drinks follows the Business EXPO.  The Keynote address will be given during the Thursday luncheon.  A continental breakfast, lunch and snacks during am/pm breaks are included each day.

The Chicagoland Safety Health and Environmental Conference  is honored to receive promotional support from the U.S. Small Business Administration, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) and many State and local chambers of commerce, manufacturing associations, and business organizations including the  Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce.  The chamber is a valued promotional sponsor and we encourage all Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce member companies view information about the conference and register at www.chicsafetyconf.org.   Media sponsors are the Daily Herald Business Ledger and Industrial Hygiene News. 

Historical Society Maintains July 4 Bell Ringing

Monday, June 25th, 2018

“Let’s ring freedom bells!” said President John F. Kennedy when he established the national Independence Day bell-ringing observance in 1963.  At that time Congress set aside two minutes on the Fourth of July when citizens all across the country would simultaneously ring bells of all kinds.

The Aurora Historical Society has faithfully maintained that tradition and will once again invite visiting children to pull the ropes on two historic bells on the lawn of the Tanner House Museum at Cedar and Oak Streets in the historic west side Tanner District.  The nationwide observance takes place at 1 p.m.

The bell-ringing is part of the annual Independence Day Picnic at the museum, a free event from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.  It features entertainment, a petting zoo, children’s activities, a pie-eating contest, live music, tours of the 1857 Tanner House and traditional picnic fare available for a nominal charge.

“Many people walk over here after the parade to relax under our big shade trees and have a little lunch while enjoying the entertainment,” said John Jaros, executive director of the society.  “It’s very inspiring when the children ring the bells, and it’s very messy when the blueberry pies are brought out for the contest.”

Video of a previous bell-ringing, and a short science fiction story for children can be viewed at http://www.aurorahistory.net.

Technical Assistance to Boost Small-Scale Manufacturing

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Free technical assistance for communities pursuing economic development through small-scale manufacturing 

When small-scale manufacturing is stitched into the fabric of a community, it enlivens community spaces and makes the economy more resilient by diversifying the market and providing higher wage jobs. Encouraging more small-scale manufacturing on main street or in other close-in, walkable neighborhoods can foster entrepreneurs and homegrown industries. These businesses create well-paying jobs for people with a variety of education and skill levels, and bring vitality to main streets and neighborhood centers-creating a foothold for future growth.

In partnership with the U.S. Economic Development Administration and Recast City, Smart Growth America is offering free technical assistance to community leaders interested in using small-scale manufacturing to help revitalize a downtown or neighborhood and create economic opportunity.

Applications for this technical assistance will be accepted until June 29, 2018 at 5 p.m. EST. Applications can be filled out online here or by downloading the PDF and returning it via email to info@smartgrowthamerica.org.

For complete details, including profiles of the winning communities from 2017, visit the program website

Hansberger Family Donates $1M to Kids Golf Foundation

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

The Hansberger Family recently donated $1 million to the Kids Golf Foundation of Illinois to help grow the game of golf throughout the state. To date, this is the largest single donation received by the Foundation, a nonprofit junior golf organization that has impacted the lives of over 250,000 youth through golf and its valuable life lessons.

“I want to help the kids,” said Allan Hansberger of his donation. “I want the kids to be brought up with the game, like I was.”

The money will be used to cover the cost of running program sites, from southern Illinois to the Wisconsin border. This includes equipment like SNAG (Starting New At Golf) sets for Level 1: SNAG Programs and a starter sets of golf clubs, polo shirts and hats, rules books, bag tags, golf balls and tees for participants of Level 2: Traditional Clinics. The money will also go towards site coordinator training, providing them with resources and program consultations, as well as site visits from the Foundation staff. Event costs, such as mentoring events, will be covered, and the Foundation staff will be given the chance to create new opportunities for program sites as well.

“We are extremely grateful to Mr. Hansberger and his family,” said Michala Mika, director of the Kids Golf Foundation of Illinois. “We impact thousands of children through our programs and events every year throughout the state. Golf is such an amazing sport with so many life lessons, which is why we provide all of our equipment and resources at no cost to our program sites. Thanks to the Hansbergers, we can continue to spread our mission and grow the game.”

Allan and his brothers are innovators in the golf equipment world, founding Sportsman’s Golf in 1946. After various acquisitions, the family-run company changed its name to RAM Golf Corp. in 1963 in order to streamline their marketing. Their biggest fan was Tom Watson, who endorsed RAM for the entirety of the company’s existence due to the quality of their clubs, and used them to win eight major championships, including five British Opens, two Masters, and the U.S. Open. Other professional golfers who used RAM clubs included Nancy Lopez, Patty Sheehan and a number of others.

The Hansbergers ended up selling RAM to the Colgate-Palmolive Company in 1974, but reclaimed it six years later. The dividends of that trade are apparent today, in the generous donation to the Kids Golf Foundation.

When the Hansberger brothers split RAM into the Ram Golf Club Company and Ram Tour Balls in 1993, Allan Hansberger’s son, Gary, decided to strike out on his own. He launched Vulcan Golf in 1995, a custom-made club builder that sold to individual customers and pro shops. It was Gary who helped his father Allan consider many youth golf organizations to be the beneficiary of his generosity before the Kids Golf Foundation was ultimately selected.

“I’ve been friends with Al[lan] and Gary [Hansberger] for over 20 years,” said Jerry Rich, founder of the Kids Golf Foundation. “I was more than happy to sit down with them and tell them about the Foundation. When I told them about targeting at-risk youth in lower-income areas with the life-changing teachings of golf, they knew they found the right place.”

Though RAM now only exists as a brand subsidiary of other corporations, with the Ram Golf Club Company a part of Tommy Armour and Ram Tour Balls purchased by TearDrop Golf Company, its legacy will live on through the Kids Golf Foundation.

“We wanted to keep things close to home,” remarked Gary of the donation. “For me personally, having been involved in golf for most of my life, I know the future of the sport is in the youth. With all the challenges in the industry, supporting organizations like the Kids Golf Foundation is a great way to bring the kids back into the game and keep the game alive.”

On the Road in Kane County

Tuesday, June 19th, 2018

On Thursday, June 28, Kane County will be hosting the Illinois Procurement Technical Assistance Center (ILPTAC) from the College of DuPage, as it presents a two hour program designed to help businesses learn the basics of government contracting.

Please share this opportunity and the information below with any of your contacts who may benefit from this free program. Those who are interested can register here.

Program: On the Road in Kane County: Starting Government Contracting

Event Website: https://ilsbdc.ecenterdirect.com/events/29490

Cost:  Free

Date: 6/28/2018

Time: 10 a.m. – Noon

Location: First Floor Auditorium of Building A, Kane County Government Center 719 Batavia Ave Geneva, Illinois 60134, Geneva IL 60134

Training Topics: Government Contracting, HUBZones, Marketing/Sales, SAM Registration, Selling to Government, Small Disadvantaged Businesses, Subcontracting, Woman-owned Businesses

Business Status: Startup, Existing

Skill Level: Beginner

Description: Learn the basics of government contracting! This workshop is great for businesses that have done nothing with the government to those that need a refresher on what they should be doing. We will discuss our free bid lead/bid matching system, how to register as a vendor (at all governmental levels- SAM, IPG, etc.), discover small business certifications that can help you succeed, and discuss subcontracting opportunities as well.

Presented by the ILPTAC staff, Center for Entrepreneurship at College of DuPage.

#AuroraChamber News for June 18

Monday, June 18th, 2018

Applications for Export Assistance Now Open

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Applications for Export Assistance »
2018 Golf Classic »
Premier Investors »
Member News »
ON TO 2050 Public Comment Period »
ON TO 2050 Open House »
Elite Members »
New Members »
Calendar of Events »

Applications for Export Assistance Now Open

Metro Chicago Exports is now accepting applications for its export assistance programs, which help businesses reach their export potential by providing financial, networking, and training support. Exporters located in the city of Chicago and Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will counties with fewer than 500 employees are encouraged to apply. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis now through Sept. 30.

Have You Registered for the 2018 Golf Classic?

Golf Classic

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Member News

If you have news to share with your fellow members, please forward to info@aurora-chamber.com. Be sure and check out our blog and social media for what’s happening in our region.
Roots Aurora Seeks Cultural Champion Nominations »
World Relief to Host Corporate Partners Program »
Aurora Area CVB Wins 2018 Reader’s Choice Award »
VNA Health Care, Fox Valley Park District Host “Summer Fiesta” on June 20 »
INC Presents Community Service Award »
INC Board Spotlights Gateway Foundation »
Aurora University Names Maue VP »
#AuroraLeadership Academy Recap »
Aurora University Presents Honorary Doctorate to Mayor Irvin »
Aurora Ranks as One of Best Cities to Live the American Dream »
Ill. Chamber Opens EDIE Nominations »
Earthmover Credit Union to Host BBQ for Local Man »
Bringing Leadership Awareness to the Masses »
What Service Leadership Means to Me »
Empowering Women in Leadership »
Collaborative Leadership »
A Call to Leadership – Get Involved »

ON TO 2050 Public Comment Period Now Open

A draft of ON TO 2050 is now available for public comment through August 14, 2018, at www.cmap.illinois.gov/ONTO2050, where you will be able to explore the draft plan online, download a full PDF, view the plan’s technical appendices, and submit feedback. The plan is divided into five chapters, which are further divided into goals and recommendations. ON TO 2050′s three principles of Inclusive Growth, Resilience, and Prioritized Investment inform all of its recommendations, cutting across the plan’s goals for community, prosperity, environment, governance, and mobility.

Once the public comment period closes, the plan will be revised based on feedback received, its print and online design will be finalized, and it will be prepared for adoption by the CMAP Board and MPO Policy Committee on October 10, 2018. The joint meeting will be followed by a celebration that all residents are invited to attend in downtown Chicago’s Millennium Park.

Attend an ON TO 2050 Open House

While the draft ON TO 2050 plan is available for public comment, please attend one of 10 public open houses in a community near you or join CMAP for a public hearing in Chicago. Attendees will be able to discuss the draft plan with CMAP staff. CMAP will also seek comments on the draft 2019-24 Transportation Improvement Program and air quality conformity analysis of proposed transportation projects.

For all open houses and public hearings, please contact onto2050@cmap.illinois.gov or (312) 386-8802 with questions or to request accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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 +Intention      95.9 The River      Aaron’s      Above Board Indoor Environmental      Alarm Detection Systems, Inc.      Aurora Bank & Trust      Aurora Collective      Aurora Limousine      Aurora University      Baird & Warner – Holli Thurston      Barbara Geiger – Keller Williams Experience      Beans Greens Proteins      Caterpillar, Inc.      Chicago Steel Hockey Team      City Segment      ComEd      Company 251      Comprehensive Prosthetics and Orthotics      Country Financial – West Aurora      CyrusOne      Do or Dye Designs      Dolan & Murphy      Downtown Auroran Magazine      Endiro Coffee      First Secure Community Bank      Fox Valley Mall      ganc.io      Gateway Mortgage Group      Healthcare Solutions Team – Deepti Srivastava      Jiffy Lube Multi-Care      Kluber Architects + Engineers       Konen Insurance Agency, Inc.      Magick Woods, Inc.      Magnetrol International, Inc.      MedCom Group, LLC      Midwest Coach Limousine, Inc.      Mitutoyo America Corporation      Mooney & Thomas P.C.      Old Second National Bank      New York Life Insurance Company and Nylife Securities, LLC      OnLight Aurora      Painters District Council 30      Palo Creative, PLL      Paramount Arts Centre      Pilmer Real Estate      Plum Landing Retirement Community      Presence Mercy Medical Center      Pure Skin Solutions, LLC      R.C. Wegman Construction Company      Rasmussen College      Rich Harvest Farms      Rush Copley Medical Center      S&S Metal Recyclers II      Scientel Solutions      ServPro of Aurora      Sign*A*Rama      SmithAmundsen, LLC      Staffing Network, LLC & QPA       Staffmark      Thoughtwave Software & Solutions      Two Brothers Roundhouse      Valley Fastener Group, LLC      VivirMED, LLC      The Voice      Waubonsee Community College      Weldstar Company      Woodforest National Bank      World Finance Corporation      WSPY 

New Members

Taking Control
Christine Barker
106 S. Lincolnway, North Aurora
(630) 801-1669
Mental Health Services

Calendar of Events

Jump Start Your Membership
Tuesday, June 19, 3 – 5 p.m.
43 W. Galena Blvd. Aurora

Grand Opening: Telescript Pharmacy
Wednesday, June 20, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
3535 E. New York Street, Suite 117, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 11:30 a.m.

35th Anniversary: Banana Split
Thursday, June 21, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
820 Church Road, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 4:30 p.m.

Grand Opening: Aurora Collective
Thursday, June 22, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
675 Station Blvd, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 4:30 p.m.

Grand Opening: VivirMed
Wednesday, June 27 12:30 – 2 p.m.
630 N. Lake St., Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 1 p.m.

Fox Valley Networking Professionals
Thursday, June 28, 8 a.m.
Pomegranate Restaurant, 55 S. Commons Dr., Aurora
Sponsored by North Star Credit Union

Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting: M14 Hoops
Friday, June 29, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
2414 Church Road, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 1 p.m.

Aurora Chamber Golf Classic
Thursday, July 12
Orchard Valley Golf Course
2411 West Illinois Ave, Aurora
Sponsorships Available

Coffee & Connections Networking
Tuesday, July 17, 8:30 a.m.
Painters District No. 30, 1905 Sequoia Drive, Aurora

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Aurora Chamber News for Week of June 11

Wednesday, June 13th, 2018

Have You Registered for the 2018 Golf Classic?

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Have You Registered for the 2018 Golf Classic? »
General Assembly Update »
Premier Investors »
Member News »
Elite Members »
New Members »
Calendar of Events »

Have You Registered for the 2018 Golf Classic?

Golf Classic

General Assembly Update

The 2018 Spring legislative session wrapped up for the first time in three years with a full, appropriated fiscal year budget. This session had a tumultuous beginning as everything from the #metoo movement and primary election politics played crucial roles in bill introductions.

While taxes dominated much of 2017, employment law issues stole the limelight in 2018. The General Assembly continues to give lip service to structural reforms such as workers’ compensation and property tax relief. However, on the whole the business community came out okay in the budget agreement, in the sense that we escaped any new tax burdens. The good news is that the budget does not contain any tax increases either in the form of rate increases or elimination of beneficial aspects of the federal tax reform law.

2018 is an election year. There was no doubt that lawmakers wanted to get out of Springfield on time and rest up before the November elections. This election year will become one of the most contentious and costly gubernatorial elections in the nation’s history. It will be a wild ride, and only a matter of time before our airwaves are covered with campaign commercials.

The Chamber has been monitoring nearly 100 pieces of legislation in Springfield this session. Highlights may be found on our blog.

Premier Investors

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Member News

If you have news to share with your fellow members, please forward to info@aurora-chamber.com. Be sure and check out our blog and social media for what’s happening in our region.
Roots Aurora Seeks Cultural Champion Nominations »
World Relief to Host Corporate Partners Program »
Aurora Area CVB Wins 2018 Reader’s Choice Award »
VNA Health Care, Fox Valley Park District Host “Summer Fiesta” on June 20 »
INC Presents Community Service Award »
INC Board Spotlights Gateway Foundation »
Aurora University Names Maue VP »
#AuroraLeadership Academy Recap »
Aurora University Presents Honorary Doctorate to Mayor Irvin »
Aurora Ranks as One of Best Cities to Live the American Dream »
Ill. Chamber Opens EDIE Nominations »
Earthmover Credit Union to Host BBQ for Local Man »
Bringing Leadership Awareness to the Masses »
What Service Leadership Means to Me »
Empowering Women in Leadership »
Collaborative Leadership »
A Call to Leadership – Get Involved »

+Intention 95.9 The River Aaron’s Above Board Indoor Environmental Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. Aurora Bank & Trust Aurora Collective Aurora Limousine Aurora University Baird & Warner – Holli Thurston Barbara Geiger – Keller Williams Experience Beans Greens Proteins Caterpillar, Inc. Chicago Steel Hockey Team City Segment ComEd Company 251 Comprehensive Prosthetics and Orthotics Country Financial – West Aurora CyrusOne Do or Dye Designs Dolan & Murphy Downtown Auroran Magazine Endiro Coffee First Secure Community Bank Fox Valley Mallganc.io Gateway Mortgage Group Healthcare Solutions Team – Deepti Srivastava Jiffy Lube Multi-Care Kluber Architects + Engineers Konen Insurance Agency, Inc. Magick Woods, Inc. Magnetrol International, Inc. MedCom Group, LLC Midwest Coach Limousine, Inc. Mitutoyo America Corporation Mooney & Thomas P.C. Old Second National Bank New York Life Insurance Company and Nylife Securities, LLC OnLight Aurora Painters District Council 30 Palo Creative, PLL Paramount Arts Centre Pilmer Real Estate Plum Landing Retirement Community Presence Mercy Medical Center Pure Skin Solutions, LLC R.C. Wegman Construction Company Rasmussen College Rich Harvest Farms Rush Copley Medical Center S&S Metal Recyclers II Scientel Solutions ServPro of Aurora Sign*A*Rama SmithAmundsen, LLC Staffing Network, LLC & QPA Staffmark Thoughtwave Software & Solutions Two Brothers Roundhouse Valley Fastener Group, LLC VivirMED, LLC The Voice Waubonsee Community College Weldstar Company Woodforest National Bank World Finance Corporation WSPY

New Members

Taking Control
Christine Barker
106 S. Lincolnway, North Aurora
(630) 801-1669
Mental Health Services

Calendar of Events

Marketing Lunch & Learn: VIA & ARCC
Thursday, June 14, 12 p.m.
2000 S. Batavia Ave, Suite 110, Geneva

Grand Opening: Telescript Pharmacy
Wednesday, June 20, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
3535 E. New York Street, Suite 117, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 11:30 a.m.

35th Anniversary: Banana Split
Wednesday, June 21, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
820 Church Road, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 4:30 p.m.

Grand Opening: Aurora Collective
Thursday, June 22, 4 – 5:30 p.m.
675 Station Blvd, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 4:30 p.m.

Grand Opening: VivirMed
Wednesday, June 27 12:30 – 2 p.m.
630 N. Lake St., Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 1 p.m.

Fox Valley Networking Professionals
Thursday, June 28, 8 a.m.
Pomegranate Restaurant, 55 S. Commons Dr., Aurora
Sponsored by North Star Credit Union

Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting: M14 Hoops
Friday, June 29, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
2414 Church Road, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting @ 1 p.m.

Aurora Chamber Golf Classic
Thursday, July 12
Orchard Valley Golf Course
2411 West Illinois Ave, Aurora
Sponsorships Available

Coffee & Connections Networking
Tuesday, July 17, 8:30 a.m.
Painters District No. 30, 1905 Sequoia Drive, Aurora

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Roots Aurora Seeks Cultural Champion Nominations

Monday, June 11th, 2018

Individuals who have helped to preserve their ethnic traditions within Aurora by sharing with the community at large and/or by teaching younger generations,  may be considered for a Cultural Champion award at the 2018 Roots Aurora festival, to be held Friday, September 7, 2018 from 5-9pm on the Water Street Mall in downtown Aurora.  Admission is free.

Guidelines are found on the festival website, www.rootsaurora.org.

Nominations call for brief narratives on such topics as how the candidate is involved with community groups, education, enrichment travel, arts and history, social organizations, political action, and other aspects of Aurora life.  The nominations should show how the candidate’s work has preserved traditions and fostered understanding and pride in ethnic heritage.

The nominations are reviewed by a committee of festival and Aurora Historical Society officials.  In order to keep a balance of ethnicities over time, some worthy nominations may be deferred until a subsequent year.

Deadline for nominations is August 1, 2018.

World Relief to Host Corporate Partners Program

Monday, June 11th, 2018