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Chamber Today: Spaces still available for free digital skills training classes

View the Chamber’s Recorded Webinar: Federal Stimulus –
How to Fill Out the Small Business Loan Form
This morning, Mike Sweeney, Esq., Founding Partner and Shareholder at Duffy & Sweeney and Anthony Mangiarelli, CPA and Partner at KLR joined with the Chamber to share their expertise in how businesses can best fill out the loan applications for the federal Paycheck Protection Program and SBA Disaster Business Loans.
With Easter Approaching: Pre-Order
Three Courses for the Family from Fleming’s

Celebrate with Fleming’s new three-course family-style menus. Check out their Easter at home packages. Want to make a toast? Add a bottle of wine too.
Easter Lamb and Ham Menus,
Nightly Dinners and More! at Fire Works Catering

In an effort to continue to provide their customers with some of their excellent food amid cancelled meetings and postponed events, Fire Works Catering is proud to present their Daily Take Out Menus, which are available for curbside pick up.
Spaces Still Available for Free Virtual
Digital Skills Training Classes for Excel and Data Literacy

The Chamber and the Community College of Rhode Island are partnering to offer Chamber members access to free in-demand tech skills training. Seats are still available in the following classes: Data Literacy 101: April 13 – May 15 and Advanced Excel for Business: April 15 – June 17
SBA COVID-19 Economic Recovery Webinars
The SBA Rhode Island District Office will host a series of Small Business Recovery webinars to provide the latest information on how the SBA is helping small businesses with their economic recovery from the effects of COVID-19.
Citizens to Fund $465,000 for Rhode Island
Community and Small Business Support

Community organizations and small businesses in Rhode Island will receive $465,000 in funding as part of a previously announced initiative through which Citizens Bank will direct more than $5 million to support relief and recovery across communities it serves, including $340,000 that will go directly to small businesses across the state.
Thundermist Respiratory Clinics to
Help Patients with Symptoms of COVID-19

Thundermist Health Center is providing care for patients with symptoms of COVID-19. Thundermist established a respiratory clinic at 450 Clinton Street in Woonsocket. Doctors and nurse practitioners will care for patients who do not need hospital care but will benefit from an in-person outpatient medical evaluation, testing, or other intervention.
Arden Engineering Constructors Awarded
Plumbing Contract for B.M.C Durfee High School

Arden Engineering Constructors is pleased to announce they were awarded the plumbing contract for the new B.M.C. Durfee High School in Fall River, Massachusetts. The new school will replace the existing building and will be a three-story, 501,330,000 square foot building that will accommodate 2,570 students in grades 9 through 12. The project is currently underway.
Multi-Media Company Steer LLC Teams with
Family Service of Rhode Island to Deliver Supplies

Steer LLC, a Providence-based multi-media company, has teamed with Family Service of Rhode Island’s BE SAFE campaign to deliver disinfecting wipes, hand sanitizers and other items to help the state’s low-income residents “be safe” from COVID-19.