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Jefferson County Realty expands with auction services; Alliant brings theatre to Pence school; Entrepreneur leadership seminar set

Mar 11, 2013

Jefferson County Realty expands to include new auction services

 

Jefferson County Realty of Fairfield has expanded to include auction services to its clients.

The additional service is known as Jefferson County Realty Auction Service and will include auctions in real estate, land, estate and household items. The auctioneer duties will be handled by Jeff Alexander and Scott Watson.

Alexander is a November 2011 graduate of the World Wide College of Auctioneering in Mason City, which has trained the most World Champion Auctioneers of any auctioneer school in the world. Alexander is the office manager for Jefferson County Realty.

Watson is a February graduate of the World Wide College of Auctioneering and has announced auto races for 23 years.

“We are very excited to add the auction services to our realty company,” said Doug Alexander, broker/owner of Jefferson County Realty. “This has been something we planned to do, and with our business growing, we are ready to help our clients with their auction needs.”

 

Alliant brings theatre to Pence school

 

Interstate Power and Light Co., an Alliant Energy company, brought The National Theatre for Children to Pence Elementary School this afternoon.

Pence Elementary School Principal Christopher Welch said, “Our school, as a part of Alliant Energy’s Hometown Rewards program, is making a real effort to reduce our building’s energy use. That involves the students, teachers and the administration working together. The performance of The National Theatre for Children coming to our school is one more way we are getting the kids excited about saving energy.”

During the free show, students learned about energy efficiency, renewable energy and energy conservation with the help of characters like Nikki Neutron, U.R. Fired, Bert the Dirt Expert, Thunderstorm and the devious super villain The Sneaker.

“The community of Fairfield is working with us to save energy through the Hometown Rewards program. We are happy to bring this opportunity to learn about saving energy in a fun and engaging way to the students of Pence Elementary School,” said Robin Sempf, senior product manager of Alliant Energy.

The National Theatre for Children is the largest touring children’s theatre in the world.

 

Entrepreneur leadership seminar set

 

The Fairfield Area Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a seminar focusing on entrepreneur leadership from 8:30-10 a.m. March 19 in the upstairs meeting room of Revelations Cafe and Bookstore.

The cost is free for chamber members and $15 for nonmembers. Registrations are encouraged.

Presenter Brian Ziegler will focus on customer service, strategy and the future of business. He emphasizes leadership and will introduce the idea of visionary leadership — a method used to identify and implement business strategy.

Ziegler has helped small businesses implement marketing and sales strategy as the director of the Indian Hills Community College Small Business Development Center for 27 years. He has been teaching for Buena Vista University Ottumwa Center since 1986 and provides instruction for business managers in several seminar topic areas. Ziegler has a masters degree in business administration from Western Illinois University.

For questions or to register, contact Lori Knox at the chamber at 472-2111 or lknox@fairfieldiowa.com.

 

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