• The Okray Centennial Mural in Plover, WI
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial- Lake Pacawa

CELEBRATE PLOVER

Saturday, July 30, 2016

Lake Pacawa Park

Live Entertainment Scheduled:

Relentless, Pat Keller and Grand Union

Point in Common: 

Educational Focus Event, 8/25/2016:

Come learn about 21st century learning tools and engagement strategies:

Join 'Point in Common' group as they host speaker, author & teacher Kevin Honeycutt for his message:  "Preparing Students for the Digital Age" August 25,  7 p.m. at Sentry Theatre @ 1800.  Free & Open to the Public  Register now

SPAHRA All-Day

Conference

Wed., Sept. 14

(Stevens Point Area Human Resources Association)

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

SentryWorld Atrium

601 N. Michigan Avenue

Stevens Point, WI 54481

Cost: $75 SPAHRA members

$100 non-members

Register by 8/31/2016

Highlights:

* Top 10 HR Mistakes from

a Legal Perspective 

(review of significant legal issues that affect every employer and tools and hints to avoid legal quagmires)

*Interviewing for Success (conducting effective interviews)

To Register, use link below:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spahra-all-day-conference-tickets-26454306543 

CELEBRATE PLOVER

Tentative Date - 

Saturday, July 29, 2017

Lake Pacawa Park

POST ROAD CORRIDOR - CONSTRUCTION UPDATE:  July 18, 2016

Crews continue concrete paving on southbound Business 51and placed concrete pavement at the intersections with Green Drive, Willow Drive, Chestnut Drive, Gilman Drive and River Drive and continued with sidewalk placement on southbound Business 51. Crews also started placing brown concrete with brick pattern between sidewalk, curb & gutter. 

Crews will be continuing concrete paving of the southbound Business 51 lanes, sidewalk work and the brown / brick pattern concrete

Business 51 remains open with one lane in each direction on the east lanes with an expectation to shift live traffic over to these completed southbound lanes sometime early in August. 

The overall phase one of this long-term project is scheduled for completion in November, 2016 with future northern (Whiting) phases (phase two: Elm Street to Minnesota Avenue (2018/19); phase three: Tommy's Turnpike to Elm Street (2018/19); and central Plover (phase four; Springville Drive to Tommy's Turnpike (2021).  

Welcome to PABA: Home of the Plover Area Business Association! 

The Plover Area Business Association was established in 1979 to give Plover businesses a stronger voice in the Stevens Point Chamber of Commerce. Today PABA continues to be the voice of the business community. The purpose of the association is to foster and advance business and community interests throughout the Greater Plover Area.

PABA works with the Village of Plover to develop a stronger community, retain existing businesses, and draw new businesses to the area. PABA draws on its alliances with the Portage County Business Council, the Stevens Point Area CVB, and Portage County Planning & Zoning.  PABA events, webinars and group activities provide both educational and social opportunities within the PABA membership. These events are great networking tools to help businesses develop new prospects while learning about their fellow Plover area business partners. 

PABA prides itself in giving back to the community and members through grant and scholarship programs as well as working with Operation Bootstrap with our Brat Fry and Christmas Presents from the Heart campaigns.

Membership investment levels in PABA are open to any individual, organization, or firm which has commercial interests in the Greater Plover Area.


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