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Next Rockford November 13th General Membership Meeting Follow-up

Next Rockford held their General Membership meeting on November 13th at the Chicago Rockford International Airport.  Executive Director, Mike Dunn, gave the organization an update on the history of the airport, road and facility upgrades, and the exciting MRO opportunity. Mike Dunn @FlyRFD tells @Next_Rockford members that the group needs to be heard. @rrstar — Anna Derocher (@annaderocher) November 13, 2014 Partnership with @rvcgoldeneagles critical to landing the coming MRO @FlyRFD. @Next_Rockford — Wester Wuori (@WesterWuori) November 13,...

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Next Rockford to Hear About Rockford Airport MRO Project

Next Rockford Meeting Thursday, November 13, 2014 Chicago Rockford International Airport Auditorium 7:30-8:30 am Topic: Rockford Airport MRO Project Twitter Hashtag: #nextmro   Please join Next Rockford on Thursday November 13th at 7:30am at the Chicago Rockford International Airport Auditorium for the General Membership meeting.  Airport .  RFD Executive Director, Mike Dunn, will speak to the organization about the exciting new Maintenance Repair Operations (MRO) project involving the airport, AAR (a global MRO company), and Rock Valley...

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Springer Supports Next Rockford Platform

Bob Springer, running for Winnebago County Sheriff, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative to...

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Caruana Supports Next Rockford Platform

Gary Caruana, running for Winnebago County Sheriff, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative to...

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Mullins Supports Next Rockford Platform

Margie Mullins, running for Winnebago County Clerk, has endorsed Next Rockford‘s platform of advocating for improvements in the region’s business environment, education, urban development, cultural offerings, and civic engagement. “We are actively seeking candidates and elected officials who share our group’s vision for the Rockford region,” says Scott Anderson, Next Rockford facilitator. “We are focused on a number of key areas and are pleased that candidates continue to sign on to the platform.” Next Rockford has this initiative to...

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Next Rockford Boots and Coats Drive for Kids in Need

With a chill in the air the last couple of weeks, I’m willing to bet you’ve been going through closets trying to check the status of winter wear for your kids. It’s amazing how quickly mine are growing, my son’s coat made him look like the state puff marshmallow man last year and this year it’s too tight for a runway model? Let Next Rockford help you put those outgrown coats and boots to good use in the Rockford area… Every year Next Rockford collects: new and gently used winter boots, winter coats, socks and undershirts for underprivileged...

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YES on Nov. 4 School Referendum Will Continue Positive Momentum

Momentum. Progress. Transformation. Community “wins.” Those are just a few words and phrases that are being tossed around our region lately. On November 4, we’ll have the opportunity to add “new schools” to that list. On Election Day, there will be a referendum asking voters in the Rockford Public School District 205 to vote for or against authorizing the school board to use funds existing in the Capital Projects Fund to “build and equip one or more school buildings” in the district. If approved, it would allow for the reallocation of some of...

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