Ice House returns to county

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An 8-week Ice House Entrepreneurship Program in Cherokee County starting March 25 sponsored by the County Economic Development Committee. The program is designed to help attendees develop an entrepreneurial mindset and is a great fit for those who’ve been considering starting a business, existing business owners, students, and others interested in learning to approach problems as opportunities.

The Ice House Entrepreneurship Program is a great fit for those who’ve been considering starting a business. But, the program is also appropriate for existing business owners, students, and others interested in learning to approach problems as opportunities.

The course will be offered from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday evenings from March 25 through May 13 and participants will have the option of attending inperson in Columbus or via Zoom.

Class sessions will include: discussion of eight life lessons that allow entrepreneurs to be successful, conversations with local entrepreneurs, and the opportunity for participants to explore their own ideas. In addition, each week there will be an average of 60 minutes of video content for participants to watch on their own.

Registration cost is $100 for adults who are Cherokee County residents, $75 for high school and college students from Cherokee County, and $150 for non-Cherokee County residents. But, those registering by the end of the day on March 11 will receive $25 off their registration cost. And, if cost is the only thing keeping someone from registering, Economic Development encourages them to reach out as they may be able to help. You may register by calling Janet Miller at 620-762-0717. Miller is also available to answer any questions you may have about the program.