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Deadlines for the fall

There's so much going on, we don't want you to miss out! Here's a run-down of upcoming deadlines that you notice in the next month:

Cheyenne Christmas Parade: Christmas Around the World

*Float registration is Friday, November 2nd. To expedite the process, register your float online here:

*Poinsettia purchase has been extended until sold, but purchases after Wednesday, November 14th will need to be picked up in our office. There is a limited quantity available, so reserve yours now! Purchase yours here:

*You can also support the Parade by signing up to volunteer by Wednesday, November 21st. Register to volunteer throughout the month here:

*Come out to vist on Saturday, November 24th!

Women's Leadership Award: VOTE NOW

*Women's Leadership Nominations will be accepted until Friday, November 2nd. The

sub-committee will focus on selecting finalists, announcing finalists thereafter. Nominate a deserving leader here:

*Deadline to register for Women's Leadership luncheon, where the winner will be announced is Wednesday, December 5th. Register here:

Shop Small Saturday: Register your business

*Register your business' promotions so that we can share on behalf of your business.

This is a FREE service that we provide businesses each year as a Small Business Saturday Neighborhood Champion. It's our mission to make sure our community Shops Small, and Shops Local. Register your business happenings here:

*Shop Small Saturday is Saturday, November 24th, immediately preceding and following the Cheyenne Christmas Parade. Make sure to get out and support your local economy!


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