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Small-business workshop offered at Apollo library

| Monday, January 11, 2010 12:00 a.m

Apollo Memorial Library will present a small business workshop beginning Wednesday at Apollo Memorial Library.

“Start Your Own Business for Fun and Profit,” a six-part workshop, will be from 7 to 9 p.m. and include topics such as preparing a business plan, acquiring capital, understanding legal matters and reviewing financial forms.

John Chernega, owner and operator of Cherry Wood Golf Course in Bell, will lead the program.

Chernega received a bachelor’s degree in business management at Indiana University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in accounting and labor economics.

Cost is $10 for the introductory session; $45 for the remainder of the course. Alternate means of payment, including volunteering at the Apollo Memorial Library, may be substituted for the fee.

The program’s goal is to transform the Alle-Kiski Valley into an entrepreneurial success story by enlisting the talents and dreams of local residents in creating a business model that’s effective across a wide range of products and services.

Enrollment is limited. Contact the library at 724-478-4214 to register.

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