Welcome to this month’s member roundup post! We’re excited to share this resource with you and highlight the work Clearly Kosciusko members are doing to help you through these uncertain times.
Want to learn more about becoming a Clearly Kosciusko member? Keep reading to find out how!
Lilly Center For Lakes & Streams
Leopold Education Project Workshop
Calling all formal educators, informal educators and naturalists! The Lilly Center is partnering with the Leopold Education Project to showcase the foundation’s lessons in Land Ethic. This workshop also offers 4 continuing education credits for teachers.
How To Get The Most Out Of Your Social Media Marketing
1Eighty Digital recently published a series of blog posts written by Grace College students as part of their Writing For Publication class. This latest post, written by Samantha Shrock, is full of valuable information businesses and organizations can use to easily make the most of social media marketing every day.
Kosciusko County Convention and Visitors Bureau and Visitor Center
High On Biking – Mountain Biking, That Is
Anyone can use the Winona Lake Trails and participate in the Kosciusko County VELO (KCV) Cycling Club, a local nonprofit organization, and its mission to educate, promote, and oversee cycling events and activities and maintain the trails. KCV doesn’t require any dues or membership fees, and the trails are free and open to anyone, barring closures for weather-related repair!
Thank you for taking the time to read this member roundup post. We hope that you learned something you didn’t know before and found valuable information here.
We also want to say thank you to all of our Clearly Kosciusko members who are featured in this roundup. If your organization or business would like to be featured in a future roundup, contact Clearly Kosciusko today to discover how you can become a member for free!