1. Issue 2 | 8/6/13
August 2013 Newsletter
“If you have knowledge, let others light their candles in it.”
Margaret Fuller, journalist, critic, and women’s rights advocate
The dog days of summer are here. That phrase really sums
up summer’s sultry days that encourage you to take a
moment to enjoy the warmth, the blue sky and the sunny
day. I think that our August meeting will allow us to pause
and consider the beautiful valley that we are blessed to live
July was a great month for Women in Business! We had an
exciting speaker from the Leonardo Museum in Salt Lake
City. I encourage you to attend one of the fascinating
exhibits that will be on display this year. It was very
informative to hear how they raise money for those exhibits.
After learning how many dollars are raised for an exhibit our
scholarship goals seem attainable.
Over the past month, the Executive Board has been
reviewing and updating the WIB Bylaws. As we review the
purpose for WIB, I wanted to remind us all of the two main
reasons we are part of this tremendous organization.
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Women in Business provides networking and professional
development opportunities and helps to raise funds to
provide scholarships to women who demonstrate financial
need and meet other scholarship criteria. As members of
WIB, my hope is that you will take advantage of the
networking opportunities. If you have an idea for a subject or
speaker for upcoming meetings, please let me know.
Because a great part of our focus is funding for scholarships,
we’d like to remind you to buy extra raffle tickets at every
monthly lunch. Please plan to participate in our annual
auction at the October meeting. Every dollar raised helps us
fund scholarships. Also reaching out, meeting, and
networking with the other members every month will
maximize your experience with Women in Business.
With all of us working toward the same goals not only will you
enjoy your time spent with WIB, we will continue to provide a
benefits the women of our community. LolaJean "LJ" Bolton
Tuesday, August 13
NOTE Lunch pricing change: $12 when you prepay with your application, $14 when you
RSVP for the luncheon and $15 walk-in. A first time guest is always $12.
Bear River Land Conservancy
Where: Deseret Industries
175 W 1400 N, Logan
Time: 11:55 am RSVP
Cache Chamber of Commerce | 160 N. Main | Logan, UT 84321 | phone: 435.752.2161
Dear Women in Business:
It is time for another fun filled networking year! We have another great schedule of exciting
speakers; we hope you will join us this year. This past year we have had a tremendous amount
of support. Our scholarships were a huge success because of you! Thank you again. Our
meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month at 11:45 a.m. at various locations.
As you are aware, the mission of the Women in Business Organization is to raise monies for the
educational needs of women. Donations and lunch tickets from its members raise these monies.
When members RSVP and then do not attend the luncheon, Women in Business is forced to
cover the lunch ticket expense. For this reason, "no shows will be billed $12.00" which enables
the organization to give all of its monies to scholarships rather than the cost of the lunch.
Please fill out your renewal application and return to the registration desk at the Women in
Business luncheon or mail to Denise Irwin, C/O University Inn & Conference Center, 5005
Old Main Hill, Logan, Utah 84322 or you may complete the application online. Please make
check payable to WOMEN IN BUSINESS. Thank you.
WOMEN IN BUSINESS (WIB)
Cache Chamber of Commerce
Invoice July 1, 2013 - June 30, 2014
Annual Dues / One fee per business $ 30.00
Monthly luncheon per year/per person $144.00
TOTAL DUE $174.00
"WOMEN IN BUSINESS WAS ESTABLISHED TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TRAINING, EDUCATIONAL AND NETWORKING
OPPORTUNITIES FOR ITS MEMBERSHIP."
SAVE THE DATE!
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
TUESDAY – OCTOBER 8, 2013
Riverwoods Conference Center
Lunch begins at 11:55 am
ALL PROCEEDS GO DIRECTLY TO THE 2014 SCHOLARSHIP FUND
“This is an annual event,” said Nicole Meyer of SOS Employment Group, chair of the
scholarship committee. “Each year we ask members of our community to donate goods or
services—proceeds from the auction go directly into the scholarship fund for the coming
In 2012, Women in Business, Cache Valley awarded seven scholarships to those studying
business in Cache Valley.
Wondering what to donate? Items donated in previous years include:
Donations of all kinds are being accepted.
Contact Nicole Meyer for details, 970-590-0784, firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t see a donation idea on list? Contact us. We are glad to give you some ideas!
RSVP to attend by visiting us on the web. http://wib.usu.edu/Luncheon.cfm?pg=mo
Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WomenInBusinessCacheValleyUtah
7. The Bingham family: (from left) Megan, Hunter, Jason, Stacey,
Gage, Sierra and Lindsey
In the summer of 2006, 6-year-old Sierra Bingham, niece to two of New Dawn’s employees, was diagnosed with
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transplant list to await a heart. Unless she received a new heart soon, she would die. After a long ordeal, a
heart did become available and Sierra became the beneficiary.
In May 2012, Lindsey, Sierra’s 8-year-old little sister, was diagnosed with the same disease. She was flown to the
same hospital where Sierra had been treated, and the family’s ordeal began again. Lindsey received a new
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other three kids, all of whom show early symptoms of the disease and will need new hearts at some point. The
Bingham family is facing monumental health care expenses.
New Dawn Technologies regularly awards community grants to the winners of drawings at our trade shows in
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a Community Grant.
The Binghams were featured on Dateline NBC Wednesday, June 5.
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