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What’s New with Performance Reviews?

Thursday, June 22nd, 2017

Every company has their own view on performance reviews, some companies have even done away with such reviews. However, most companies still have some sort of discussion that happens on a regular basis. This course will cover your expectations of these conversations, the process that controls them and how to achieve the desired outcomes.

  • Identify the desired outcomes from your company performance review process
  • Create a process that achieves the desired outcomes
  • How to hold a performance review conversation

To find out more information or register, visit: http://waubonseetickets.universitytickets.com (see Customized Training)

 

If you have any questions, please call the WCC Workforce Development Office at (630) 906-4152.

Aurora Chamber Member Events, News

Monday, June 19th, 2017
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95.9 The River
Above Board Indoor Environmental
Accurate Personnel
Advance Auto Parts
Alarm Detection Systems, Inc.
Aurora Bank & Trust
Aurora University
Baird & Warner – Holli Thurston
Caterpillar, Inc.
ComEd
Company 251
Copy King Office Solutions, Inc.
CyrusOne
Do or Dye Designs
Dolan & Murphy
Downtown Auroran Magazine
Eagle Digital Marketing
Endiro Coffee
First Secure Community Bank
Ice Miller LLP
Kluber Architects & Engineers
Konen Insurance Agency, Inc.
Magnetrol International, Inc.
Meyer Wealth Advisors
Mitutoyo America Corporation
Mooney & Thomas P.C.
Old Second National Bank
Painters District Council 30
Paramount Arts Centre
Pilmer Real Estate
Pipe Fitters Local 597
Plum Landing Retirement Community
Presence Mercy Medical Center
R.C. Wegman Construction Company
Rasmussen College
Rich Harvest Farms
Rush-Copley Medical Center
S&S Metal Recyclers II
ServPro of Aurora
Sign*A*Rama
SmithAmundsen, LLC
State Farm Insurance Companies
Steffes & Associates Language and Translation (SALT)
Two Brothers Roundhouse
Valley Fastener Group, LLC
The Voice
Waubonsee Community College
Weldstar Company
WSPY

Welcome New Members

Xplore Tumbling and Gymnastics
Michelle Masciola
223 S. Lincolnway, North Aurora
(630) 229-6115
Gymnastics

 

Contact Us

Mail: 43 W. Galena Blvd.
Aurora, Illinois 60506
Phone: (630) 256-3180
Fax: (630) 256-3189
www.aurorachamber.com

 

 

Register Today for July Golf Classic
Golf Sponsors
Jump Start Your Member Profile
Join us Tuesday, June 27, at 3:00 p.m. to see and hear about all of the benefits of your membership profile on AuroraChamber.com. Increase your visibility. Gain more referrals. Motivate your target audience.

This hands-on workshop will guide you through:

• Setting up your login with user name and password;
• Posting jobs to increase the candidate pool;
• Submitting events to increase traffic and sales;
• Offering hot deals to members and the community;
• Sending communications to others within the database;
• Making changes to your representatives and contact listings; and
• Tracking your ROI by reviewing available metrics.

We encourage you to bring your laptop, tablet, or smartphone to update your listing while at the workshop. We will answer questions and help trouble-shoot any difficulties you may encounter. This program is for new members as well as those who may want a refresher on using www.ChamberLogin.com.

For questions, contact Reba Morgan Osborne, director of membership, at (630) 256-3184.

http://business.aurorachamber.com/Events/details/jump-start-your-member-profile-14439

Behind the Scenes at the Chamber
Golfer registration remains open for the 2017 Golf Classic at Aurora Country Club presented by Meyer Wealth Advisors. Registration for members is $175 through June 30. For information on sponsorships, contact Maureen Gasek at (630) 256-3182.

In addition to several meetings with Chamber members as well as prospective members, the team supported Sky Zone’s ribbon cutting. There was a great turnout for the Trade Forum at Waubonsee Community College’s downtown Aurora campus where we shared what is necessary for our local exporters to obtain a certificate of origin.

We were happy to support a number of our members in the several processes and meetings with various local government organizations. There is a great deal of development occurring in our region and we’re looking forward to announcing some job creating projects in the near future.

Workforce and education were a major theme of the week as we participated in a Mayor’s Transition Team meeting on Education and Workforce Development, attended the national association’s annual meeting on education attainment, and continued organizing a resource fair for parents and students with disabilities (including services, opportunities, and career support).

This week we are looking forward to meeting with members and employers and preparing for next week’s programs, including a ribbon cutting for AAA on Monday and Fox Valley Networking Professionals on Thursday, June 29.

Don’t forget: “Jump Start Your Member Profile” workshop is scheduled for June 27 at 3:00 p.m. Members – whether new to the Chamber or wanting a refresher – will learn how to maximize their directory listing and the additional benefits available online.

If you would like to know more about any of these activities – or more of what we are working on to support our business members, please reach out and let us know: jhenning@aurorachamber.com or (630) 256-3180.

Have a great week.

Did You Know?
As a member of the Aurora Chamber, we are available to assist you in coordinating and working with our elected and municipal officials. For instance, we can help you plan, coordinate, and celebrate a ribbon cutting, grand opening, or groundbreaking. We can help coordinate meetings to discuss various public policy topics with our elected officials to explain the impact of these policies on growth, job creation, and expansion. Our goal is to help you succeed; give us a call or email if there is something we can do to help. For questions, contact Reba Morgan Osborne, director of membership, at (630) 256-3184
Calendar of Events
Grand Opening: AAA
Monday, June 26, 3:30-6:00 p.m.
35 S. Route 59, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting 4:00 p.m.

Jump Start Your Member Profile
Tuesday, June 27, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Aurora Chamber offices, 43 W. Galena Blvd., Aurora

Fox Valley Networking Professionals
Thursday, June 29, 8-9:30 a.m.
Pomegranate Restaurant, 55 S. Commons Dr., Aurora
Sponsorships Available

Register Today: Chamber Golf Classic
Presented by Meyer Wealth Advisors
Monday, July 10, 2017
Aurora Country Club, 1548 Prairie St., Aurora

 

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May Unemployment Drops Slightly

Budget Threatens Lottery Games

Transportation: Construction Shutdown Looms

Higher Education, No Budget Impact

Gov. Calls for Special Session

Illinois Budget Update

Minimum Wage Increase a Bad Bet for Job Creators

Local Government: Ill. Township Consolidation

Ill. Budget: Debt Rating

Budget: Ill. General Assembly

Pre-K effort that advances ’21st Century skills’

End-of-Session Wrap Up in Springfield

Ill. Chamber Shares Springfield Update

Ill. House GOP on Budget

Springfield Update

Illinois Budget: An Opion From State Rep. Keith Wheeler

Equal-Pay Act Changes Limit Employer Defenses

‘Grand Bargain’ Update

Member News
If you have news to share with your fellow members, please forward to info@aurorachamber.com. Be sure and check out our blog and social media for what’s happening in our region.

Mayor Recruits Execs to Lead City’s Innovation, Technology Efforts

Tee Times Available for Golf for Kids Outing at Orchard Valley on June 26

With Groundbreaking Event, Construction of Blackhawk Park Begins

VNA Health Care and Fox Valley Park District host “Summer HealthFest” on June 21

CMT Employee Anniversaries

Aurora Chamber Awarded Five-Star Accreditation by U.S. Chamber

Mayor’s Transition Team to Host Town Hall Meetings

Meyer Wealth Honors Two East High Grads with Scholarships

You’re Invited: Mayor Irvin to Make Special Announcement

Park District, City, Illinois DCFS Team Up to Promote Water Safety, Prevent Drowning

VNA Health Care Announces New Chief Financial Officer Don Klink

Community Initiative to Combat Gangs and Drugs

Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce | 43 W. Galena Blvd. Aurora, Illinois 60506
Phone: (630) 256-3180 Fax: (630) 256-3189 | www.aurorachamber.com
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May Unemployment Drops Slightly

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

The Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES) announced Thursday that the unemployment rate declined -0.1 percentage points to 4.6 percent in May and nonfarm payrolls increased by +2,400 jobs over-the-month, based on preliminary data provided by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) and released by IDES. April job growth was revised little to show a decrease of -7,300 jobs rather than the preliminary estimate of -7,200 jobs.

May’s modest monthly payroll gain kept over-the-year job growth well below the national average. Payroll growth has been sluggish thus far this year.

“Illinois remains -23,300 jobs short of reaching its prior peak employment reached in September 2000,” said IDES Director Jeff Mays. “If Illinois had grown at the National average over that time, the State would have an additional 650,000 jobs.”

“We hear from companies every week that are concerned by the current business climate in Illinois,” said Illinois Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity Director Sean McCarthy. “We need to implement common sense reforms that would lead to booming job growth and expansion of opportunities across our state.”

The state’s unemployment rate is +0.3 percentage points higher than the national unemployment rate reported for May 2017, which decreased to 4.3 percent. The Illinois unemployment rate is down -1.3 percentage points from a year ago when it was 5.9 percent. At 4.6 percent, the Illinois jobless rate stands at its lowest level since February 2007, after having decreased for four consecutive months and is down -1.1 percentage points since January 2017.

The number of unemployed workers decreased -2.9 percent from the prior month to 298,100, down -23.0 percent over the same month for the prior year. This brings the number of unemployed workers to its lowest level since December 2006. The labor force decreased -0.3 percent over-the-month and declined by -0.9 percent in May over the prior year. The unemployment rate identifies those individuals who are out of work and are seeking employment. An individual who exhausts or is ineligible for benefits is still reflected in the unemployment rate if they actively seek work.

Higher Education, No Budget Impact

Sunday, June 18th, 2017

Moody’s downgrades seven Illinois public universities. Moody’s Investors Service announced sweeping credit downgrades for seven Illinois universities on June 9 over concerns about the state’s nearly two-year budget impasse. Five of those seven – Southern Illinois University, Northern Illinois University, Governors State University, Northeastern Illinois University and Eastern Illinois University – now have junk credit ratings.

Moody’s downgrades come less than a month after S&P’s own mass downgrade of six universities in April.

Eastern Illinois University was the lowest rated university, downgraded from B2 to Caa2 with a negative outlook. That denotes speculative-grade credit quality. It is the lowest of the universities according to a separate Moody’s rating research document.

The University of Illinois’ new rating is A1 with a negative outlook. That’s down from Aa3 negative and still considered superior credit quality.

Check Out Chamber News for Members

Friday, June 16th, 2017
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June 12, 2017
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95.9 The River
Above Board Indoor Environmental
Accurate Personnel
Advance Auto Parts
Alarm Detection Systems, Inc.
Aurora Bank & Trust
Aurora University
Baird & Warner – Holli Thurston
Caterpillar, Inc.
ComEd
Company 251
Copy King Office Solutions, Inc.
CyrusOne
Do or Dye Designs
Dolan & Murphy
Downtown Auroran Magazine
Eagle Digital Marketing
Endiro Coffee
First Secure Community Bank
Ice Miller LLP
Kluber Architects & Engineers
Konen Insurance Agency, Inc.
Magnetrol International, Inc.
Meyer Wealth Advisors
Mitutoyo America Corporation
Mooney & Thomas P.C.
Old Second National Bank
Painters District Council 30
Paramount Arts Centre
Pilmer Real Estate
Pipe Fitters Local 597
Plum Landing Retirement Community
Presence Mercy Medical Center
R.C. Wegman Construction Company
Rasmussen College
Rich Harvest Farms
Rush-Copley Medical Center
S&S Metal Recyclers II
ServPro of Aurora
Sign*A*Rama
SmithAmundsen, LLC
State Farm Insurance Companies
Steffes & Associates Language and Translation (SALT)
Two Brothers Roundhouse
Valley Fastener Group, LLC
The Voice
Waubonsee Community College
Weldstar Company
WSPY

Welcome New Members

Call Flawless
Lillian Harris
Aurora, IL
(630) 742-6492
Janitorial Services

 

Contact Us

Mail: 43 W. Galena Blvd.
Aurora, Illinois 60506
Phone: (630) 256-3180
Fax: (630) 256-3189
www.aurorachamber.com

 

 

Aurora Chamber Awarded Five-Star
Accreditation by U.S. Chamber
Great news! The Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that after a comprehensive self-review, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has awarded us with 5-Star Accreditation. This prestigious honor puts us among the top 1% of chambers nationwide.

“Accreditation with the U.S. Chamber is the only program of its kind that defines excellence in chamber planning and recognizes chambers for outstanding contributions toward positive change in their communities,” explains Joseph B. Henning, IOM, CAE, president and CEO of the Aurora Chamber. “The purpose of the program is to facilitate continuing excellence in the industry and to foster a pro-business environment across the nation.”

For full article, visit the Aurora Chamber blog.

Register Today for July Golf Classic
Golf Sponsors
Jump Start Your Member Profile
Join us Tuesday, June 27, at 3:00 p.m. to see and hear about all of the benefits of your membership profile on AuroraChamber.com. Increase your visibility. Gain more referrals. Motivate your target audience.

This hands-on workshop will guide you through:

• Setting up your login with user name and password;
• Posting jobs to increase the candidate pool;
• Submitting events to increase traffic and sales;
• Offering hot deals to members and the community;
• Sending communications to others within the database;
• Making changes to your representatives and contact listings; and
• Tracking your ROI by reviewing available metrics.

We encourage you to bring your laptop, tablet, or smartphone to update your listing while at the workshop. We will answer questions and help trouble-shoot any difficulties you may encounter. This program is for new members as well as those who may want a refresher on using www.ChamberLogin.com.

For questions, contact Reba Morgan Osborne, director of membership, at (630) 256-3184.

http://business.aurorachamber.com/Events/details/jump-start-your-member-profile-14439

Behind the Scenes at the Chamber
Golfer registration remains open for the 2017 Golf Classic at Aurora Country Club presented by Meyer Wealth Advisors. Registration for members is $175 through June 30. For information on sponsorships, contact Maureen Gasek at (630) 256-3182.

Jump Start Your Member Profile” workshop is scheduled for June 27 at 3:00 p.m. Members – whether new to the Chamber or wanting a refresher – will learn how to maximize their directory listing and the additional benefits available online.

The Chamber team conducted more than a dozen visits with members to check in and ensure awareness of Chamber events, services, and benefits – to see how we could support their needs.

Oh, and just so we can say it one more time: We received notification from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that we were reaccredited with five-star distinction for another five years. Nearly 200 chambers throughout the country are accredited. In Illinois, there are only five other accredited chambers.

This week, join us for the Trade Forum on Thursday at Waubonsee’s downtown campus and at Sky Zone’s ribbon cutting that afternoon.

If you would like to know more about any of these activities – or more of what we are working on to support our business members, please reach out and let us know: jhenning@aurorachamber.com or (630) 256-3180.

Have a great week.

Did You Know?
Did you know research shows consumers are more likely to think positively of the reputation of businesses who are members of their local chamber of commerce? You can proudly display our member logo on your website and other promotional materials through your login profile. Under “company” on left-hand lists go to “membership badge” for instructions on how to download the member logo. This will be one of many topics covered in the “Jump Start Your Member Profile” workshop on Tuesday, June 27, at 3:30 p.m. Get more information at http://business.aurorachamber.com/Events/details/jump-start-your-member-profile-14439

For questions, contact Reba Morgan Osborne, director of membership, at (630) 256-3184.

Calendar of Events
Grand Opening: Sky Zone Aurora
Thursday, June 15, 4-5:30 p.m.
87 Executive Drive, Suite 100, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting: 4:30 p.m.

Grand Opening: AAA
Monday, June 26, 3:30-6:00 p.m.
35 S. Route 59, Aurora
Ribbon Cutting 4:00 p.m.

Jump Start Your Member Profile
Tuesday, June 27, 3:30 – 5:00 p.m.
Aurora Chamber offices, 43 W. Galena Blvd., Aurora

Fox Valley Networking Professionals
Thursday, June 29, 8-9:30 a.m.
Pomegranate Restaurant, 55 S. Commons Dr., Aurora
Sponsorships Available

Register Today: Chamber Golf Classic
Presented by Meyer Wealth Advisors
Monday, July 10, 2017
Aurora Country Club, 1548 Prairie St., Aurora

 

Premier Members
Premier Members
Public Policy Update
For the latest in public policy news, be sure and like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.

Visit the Chamber blog:

Minimum Wage Increase a Bad Bet for Job Creators

Local Government: Ill. Township Consolidation

Ill. Budget: Debt Rating

Budget: Ill. General Assembly

Pre-K effort that advances ’21st Century skills’

End-of-Session Wrap Up in Springfield

Ill. Chamber Shares Springfield Update

Ill. House GOP on Budget

Springfield Update

Illinois Budget: An Opion From State Rep. Keith Wheeler

Equal-Pay Act Changes Limit Employer Defenses

‘Grand Bargain’ Update

Member News
If you have news to share with your fellow members, please forward to info@aurorachamber.com. Be sure and check out our blog and social media for what’s happening in our region.

Mayor’s Transition Team to Host Town Hall Meetings

Meyer Wealth Honors Two East High Grads with Scholarships

You’re Invited: Mayor Irvin to Make Special Announcement

Park District, City, Illinois DCFS Team Up to Promote Water Safety, Prevent Drowning

VNA Health Care Announces New Chief Financial Officer Don Klink

Community Initiative to Combat Gangs and Drugs

Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce | 43 W. Galena Blvd. Aurora, Illinois 60506
Phone: (630) 256-3180 Fax: (630) 256-3189 | www.aurorachamber.com
This email was sent by Bee Atomic on behalf of Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Minimum Wage Increase a Bad Bet for Job Creators

Saturday, June 10th, 2017

Another piece of anti-business legislation heads to Gov. Rauner’s desk.

SB 81 would increase the minimum wage in Illinois to $15/hr by 2022. This would put Illinois’ minimum wage two-times higher than our neighboring states, continuing our trend of being noncompetitive and anti-business. No other state in the country has a wage as high as what’s been passed in SB 81.

Businesses are already being hit with too many regulations and mandates from Springfield and a minimum wage increase during this time, will only make it that much harder for businesses to thrive in Illinois.

This minimum wage increase will hit small businesses the most, who are already surviving on the slimmest of margins to keep their businesses afloat here in Illinois. Job creators need the flexibility to increase jobs but this bill will crush any job growth that’s expected.

Jobs for young workers will get harder and harder to find as businesses will favor more experienced workers to justify the higher wage.

Springfield has created a hostile business climate in Illinois and an increase of this magnitude to the minimum wage will only add to the hostility.

We need pro-growth reforms that will allow businesses and Illinois to flourish. We need to reject anti-business legislation that will force more and more job creators out of Illinois.

Visit Illinois Prosperity to share your thoughts.

Pre-K effort that advances ‘21st Century skills’

Friday, June 9th, 2017

The following appeared in the June 5 issue of the Daily Herald and penned by Aurora Regional Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Joseph Henning, IOM, CAE.

 

They’re known by many names: Soft skills, character skills, employability skills, social-emotional skills. I prefer “21st century skills,” because they’re as current and meaningful to workforce success as the so-called hard skills.

Initiative and creativity, flexibility and perseverance, collaboration and good communications – whatever you call them, they’re tough to measure, but impossible to do without. And nearly every manager seems to have a story to demonstrate.

An IT worker with the sharpest computer skills still can be a major detriment to his office if he can’t work well in teams and manage his frustration with colleagues. Voices are raised, meetings are called, warnings are issued – and too often, the cycle repeats itself, burning-up time and money until the employee exits, one way or another. Then come the costs of turnover, from lost productivity to recruiting and any necessary training.

In a new, national poll of 300 executives, conducted for the ReadyNation business leader network, almost two-thirds reported knowing someone who’s lost a promotion – or a job – due more to poor social-emotional skills than technical capabilities.

Furthermore, more than three out of five reported bigger challenges finding workers with adequate social-emotional skills than with good technical expertise. Ninety percent of business leaders said it’s harder to develop those 21st century skills among adults entering the workforce than among the young. Nearly as high a percentage indicated support for doing just that: focusing on children – our future workforce – through greater public investments in early learning supports.

This subject is as important in Illinois as anywhere else in the country. Our state ranks 11th nationally in the number of youngsters under age 5 who’ve encountered two or more Adverse Childhood Experiences, or ACEs. These range from poverty to parental divorce to parental addiction problems – circumstances that, individually or collectively, can sadly stunt a youngster’s learning and development in long-lasting ways.

We can help to rein-in the effects of such experiences, setting children on a course toward success in school and careers, through better investments in high-quality preschool and similar supports. Research has demonstrated that participation in high-quality preK can curb problematic behavior and improve kids’ self-control. And one longitudinal study of kindergarteners showed that, for every one-point increase in “character skills” scores, a child was 54 percent more likely to graduate from high school and 46 percent more likely to have a full-time job at age 25.

These are reasons I’m proud of our preK efforts in Aurora – one of nearly 20 Illinois communities that are combining state and federal preschool resources in a new way, extending Illinois’ typically half-day preK program into a full day of developmental services for thousands of the most at-risk 4-year-olds statewide. This initiative already has opened 170 such classrooms in the past couple of years – but it requires further state investment to continue.

Similarly, our state should bolster child care and birth-to-3 efforts that are vital components of the early learning system. Examples include the home-visiting services that provide “coaching” to new parents of at-risk infants and toddlers. Dozens of those programs have gone without state funding since last July, and many are slashing services or closing entirely.

Stabilizing such programs ultimately means stabilizing our economy by helping to shape the skills – technical and otherwise – that will form the bedrock of our 21st century workforce.

 

Meyer Wealth Honors Two East High Grads with Scholarships

Friday, June 9th, 2017

Seeing East Aurora High School’s Class of 2017 take the stage brought back happy memories to local businessman Jack Meyer, a 1971 graduate.

This time, Meyer and Craig Anderson, owners and consultants of Meyer Wealth Advisors, an Aurora-based wealth-consulting firm, awarded two $500 scholarships to new EAHS graduates Oscar Zepeda and Jonathan Ojeda, both of Aurora.

“With these scholarships, we are interested in people who are going into the business field; show some interest in coming back to Aurora; and become impactful and influential in the business community,” Meyer said. “We want to help these kids get started with their careers just as people did for me 45 years ago. There’s a lot of people who helped me, not so much in a monetary way, but gave me encouragement to pursue my career and opened doors for me.”

Along with the application process, the students wrote essays. Zepeda, whose family came from Mexico, described how he viewed his family as role models and how his father started his own business.

“As a child, I wanted to be like my dad, and one day run my own business,” he wrote. “I would go on client meetings with him and see how professional one had to act in order to make business, and I saw the art of negotiation. I have always enjoyed making a sale in some way or convincing a buyer to make a purchase. Given the chance to be selected for this scholarship, it will be a reminder for me to continue to grow and be a leader in Aurora.”

Meyer added that he will continue with the scholarship program not only at East Aurora High School but also next year at West Aurora High School, Anderson’s alma mater.

Ojeda, whose family also comes from Mexico, envisioned himself helping his family, especially after his father’s death in 2014. Jonathan Ojeda became interested in a business career after taking a consumer education class that taught him about budgeting and investing in stocks and bonds.

“Throughout the semester, I learned how money works and I, one day, want to be my own boss,” he wrote. “Having this knowledge will help me be prepared to learn in college and get

Zepeda and Ojeda are members of the Waubonsee Community College’s Upward Bound Program, a college completion program based at East Aurora High School. The program gives first-generation, low-income high school students the motivation and support necessary to go to college.

Jesus Arceo, Upward Bound Educational Specialist, knows these students and their passion for a career in business. He feels that the students will be successful especially with the help of this scholarship.

Arceo explained that scholarships like the ones given by Meyer Wealth Advisors, helps “motivate our students so that they see the opportunities that are available to them for continuing their education and become roles models for East Aurora High School and their families.”

About Meyer Wealth Advisors:

Meyer Wealth Advisors has been serving their clients for 40 years as a trusted CFO by providing education, resources and careful planning and implementation of programs and products that are long-term, logical and efficient. The knowledgeable wealth consultants help meet the needs of their clients by helping to reach strategic financial goals. Meyer Wealth Advisors is located at 2000 W. Galena Blvd., Suite 305 in Aurora. For more information, call 630-896-7770 or visit http://www.meyerwealth.com. Securities offered through Triad Advisors, member FINRA/SIPC. Advisory Services offered through Meyer Wealth Advisors. Meyer Wealth Advisors is not affiliated with Triad Advisors.

You’re Invited: Mayor Irvin to Make Special Announcement

Friday, June 9th, 2017