The SEDCOR team is committed to the health and safety of our community. We are monitoring the current health climate and following recommendations as they are made by the Oregon Health Authority.
(past events and resources at end of page)
AUGUST 10. 2020 - Cancelled for 2020
Annual Golf Tournament
Every since the outbreak of COVID-19, our team has thought through nearly every scenario where we could successfully and safely hold our annual SEDCOR Golf Tournament.
We understand the Golf Tournament was only partly about playing golf; more than anything, it about a day together, connecting, laughing, enjoying the sunshine, breakfast, lunch, and some refreshments.
Now, we could put on a spread-out, all-day, socially-distanced day of golf, but we knew the experience would not be nearly the same.
Instead, the SEDCOR team and Executive Council has decided to cancel the Golf Tournament this year.
Yes, we are definitely sad, but we are even more excited to come back in 2021 better than ever!
If it’s golf that you’re after, we have seen a few of our local friends/partners moving forward with area golf events, with some program adjustments. Please check out these other local events:
• Home Builders Association of Marion & Polk County, Annual Golf Tournament – Monday, July 13
• Oregon Aglink, Friends of Oregon Agriculture Golf Tournament – Friday, August 7
• Family YMCA of Marion & Polk Counties, Camp Silver Creek Fundraising Golf Tournament – Monday, August 17
• Salem Chamber, McLaran Classic – Monday, September 21
• Mid-Valley Literacy Center, Hits & Giggles 2020 Golf Tournament – Friday,October 9
We look forward to seeing you all again for a great 2021 event!
SEPTEMBER 18. 2020 (Rescheduled from May 20)
Oregon Economic Forum
We have worked with the Salem Convention Center to reschedule this event for Friday, September 18, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and follow all current guidelines as the event nears and will make appropriate adjustments if necessary.
Details, registration and sponsorship information coming soon.
DECEMBER 11. 2020 (Rescheduled from September 18)
Annual Awards Celebration
We have worked with the Salem Convention Center to reschedule this event for Friday, December 11, 2020. We will continue to monitor the situation and follow all current guidelines as the event nears and will make appropriate adjustments if necessary.
Details, registration and sponsorship information coming soon.
PAST EVENTS & RESOURCES
AUGUST 12. 2020
August Economic Business Forum Webinar
During times of turmoil, our region’s traded-sector businesses have demonstrated the importance of innovation. Our farmers, manufacturers, producers, shippers, and more have all pivoted, stepped up production, and kept pace with a rapidly changing market.
There is no way to tell what will be coming next for our region’s economy. But we do know that technology and innovation will have to be at the center of everything we do here.
Cara will cover topics like:
• Data privacy
• Tech workforce
TAO is a major force behind the region’s tech industry. They support entrepreneurs and connect peers with decision-makers, establishing the Northwest as a global hub for innovation.
JULY 8. 2020
July Economic Business Forum Webinar
Great Work is Happening in the Mid-Willamette Valley!
This month, your SEDCOR team will share some of the exciting work happening in the region along with featured speakers sharing how they have re-tooled and adapted to changing demands, including the ongoing demand for Personal Protective Equipment.
● Mariah Robbins, A-DEC
● Bill Amos, NW Alpine
● Naoki Kuze, St. Cousair, Inc.
● Russ Monk, WaterShed
Presented by Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership (OMEP)
JUNE 11. 2020
Mid-Valley Ag Community: Farmer and Farmworker COVID Resources
Agriculture is a key industry in the Mid-Valley with our rich soil, diverse crops, and access to market.
COVID-19 has made an impact in our region and state agricultural sector. We understand the importance of timely information to help our farmers and farmworkers deal with the challenges of this pandemic.
In partnership with the Governor’s Regional Solutions team, SEDCOR will be hosting a webinar about how to access the Governor’s $30M Food Security and Farmworker Safety Project fund.
We will be presenting a local, regional, and state panel of experts. Learn about the multiple programs, the criteria, and application process.
● Eric Hartstein, Senior Policy Coordinator, Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board
● Jonathan Sandau, Special Assistant to the Director, Department of Agriculture
● Reyna Lopez, Executive Director, Pineros Y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste
● Martin Campos-Davis, Executive Director, Oregon Human Development Corp.
● Michael Keuler, Ag Coordinator, Marion County
● Jorge Martinez, Regional Outreach Coordinator, Oregon Health Authority
● Maria Elena Castro, Health Equity Program Analyst, Oregon Health Authority
Presented in partnership with the Governor's Regional Solutions team.
JUNE 10. 2020
June Economic Business Forum Webinar
June's educational event included presentations on two 'hot topics' for Oregon Businesses:
What You Need to Know about Oregon’s New Business Sales Tax
Speaker: Steve Elzinga, Attorney, Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt, LLP
Oregon’s still-evolving tax on commercial activity will impact your business, your suppliers, and your customers. Are you prepared?
- AND -
What now? What’s next? Recent Changes in Oregon Employment Laws
Speaker: Justin Thorp, Attorney, Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt, LLP
Reviewing recent changes in Oregon employment law including statutes regarding pay equity, workplace discrimination and harassment, and other recent and pending legislation.
Presented by Sherman Sherman Johnnie & Hoyt, LLP
MAY 13. 2020
May Economic Business Forum Webinar
Oregon Economic Update
Speaker: Tim Duy, Economics Professor of Practice, University of Oregon
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced an unprecedented sudden stop in economic activity, disrupting virtually ever segment of the economy. How long does the recession last? What does the recovery look like? Tim will explore these questions and more as
he describers the “Three D’s of Depression: Depth, Duration, and Deflation.”
Presented by Oregon State Credit Union
APRIL 8. 2020
April Economic Business Forum Webinar
What's Next for Manufacturers