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Monday, June 27, 2016 VOLUME 18 ISSUE 72
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June
28
Beautiful Together, An Artistic Journey Toward Hope
You’re invited to join more than 50 local arts groups, led by Joshua Vickery of Central Florida Community Arts, Cole NeSmith of Creative City Project, Mitzi Maxwell of Mad Cow Theater, Robert Hill of Orlando Ballet and Eric Jacobsen of Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday, June 28, 2016, at 8 p.m., for benefit performance with all proceeds going to the OneOrlando Fund.

June
30
Dine Out for #OrlandoUnited
Led by the Florida Restaurant and Lodging Association in partnership with VISIT FLORIDA, the fundraiser, Dine Out for Orlando United, will be a day for Florida restaurants, their employees and guests to make a difference in the lives of those affected by the recent tragedy in Orlando. All proceeds raised will be donated to the OneOrlando Fund, which is designed to provide a way to respond to the needs of the local community, now and in the time to come.

July
19
Leadership Orlando Class 91 – Medical City Session
Our Medical City Session will focus on Central Florida and its potential as a global destination for cutting-edge medical research, medical treatment and medical tourism. We will hear from the visionaries and experts who moved this dream to reality and discover what the future holds for this new regional asset in Central Florida, along with those who are driving world-class healthcare delivery in our region. .

July
27
iConnect
Members of Orlando, Inc., are invited to enjoy breakfast and networking while exploring Citrus Club. As Central Florida’s premier private business and social club, Citrus Club embraces the highest standard of excellence and provides a venue where a diverse group of community leaders gather to elevate and enhance their business and social connections through exceptional educational and culinary experiences.

FEATURE STORIES
Opened by Orange County Government and City of Orlando
Orange County Government and the City of Orlando opened the Orlando United Assistance Center at 507 E. Michigan and announced the region’s long-term commitment to assist those adversely affected by the Pulse tragedy. Read more ...
Enroll in Leadership Orlando Class 92 Today
In bustling metropolises and in quaint small towns across America, communities are molded and sustained by leaders with a passion and a zest for a certain quality of life that they associate with their hometown. Whether they were born, raised, or migrated to their ‘hometown of choice,” community leaders have a great deal in common. Read more ...
Approval of SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Declaration
The U.S. Small Business Administration announced its approval of an Economic Injury Disaster Loans Declaration in response to the violent attack and related investigation occurring on June 12, 2016, for Orange County, Florida; and the contiguous Florida counties of:  Brevard, Lake, Osceola, Polk, Seminole and Volusia. Read more ...
Orange County Charter Review Commission
As the 2016 Orange County Charter Review Commission concluded its work at its final meeting on June 21st, Mike Ketchum, Vice President of Advocacy for Orlando, Inc. appeared before the body to praise it on its process and its work product. Read more ...
Endorsed Candidates – Florida House, Orange & Osceola Commissions
The week-long candidate qualifying period closed at noon last Friday at elections offices across Central Florida and around the state and there’s a host of contested seats up for grabs. Currently, BusinessForce, the political action arm of the Central Florida Partnership, has chosen to publicly endorse and support state and local candidates in several races who, as public officials, will embrace free enterprise and sound, responsible business practices in government. Read more ...
IDEAS TO RESULTS
Leadership Orlando Explores Future Plans and Innovation
Regional Transportation was the focus as Leadership Orlando Class 91 gathered at the Hyatt Regency Orlando International Airport on Tuesday. The program included an insider’s look at the comprehensive transportation options that are, or soon will be, available in Central Florida. Read more ...
UCF Downtown: Becoming a Reality
The Business Leadership Roundtable, hosted by the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce, was held Wednesday, June 22, 2016. The guests in attendance had the distinct pleasure of hearing from Fred R. Kittinger, Jr. Senior Associate Vice President of University Relations and Director of State and Local Government Affairs for the University of Central Florida, who spoke about the future University of Central Florida (UCF) downtown campus and its partnership with Valencia College. Read more ...
Coping with I-4 Ultimate Road Construction
Local businesses and their customers are gradually adapting to I-4 Ultimate construction. The construction may cause employees and customers to use alternate routes to avoid road closures throughout the duration of the 21-mile improvement project, but they can still get where they want to go. Read more ...
FOCUSING ON WHAT MATTERS MOST
Phipps Reporting
Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of Phipps Reporting’s new Orlando office. Phipps Reporting will offer court reporting, videography and interpreting services as the industry leader in cutting edge technology – utilized by premier reporters and delivering the kind of service clients should expect. Read more ...
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