Aim Roundtables

Regularly, Aim hits the road to talk with members about what’s going on in their communities.  In these regional roundtables, municipal leaders share their successes, bring up their concerns, and ask plenty of questions.  You return home energized, full of ideas, and ready to face your challenges.

Each edition of Aim roundtables  includes opportunities where you can network with your peers, get technical assistance, and feel camaraderie with other leaders from across your region.  We’ve got a new roundtable series in February with a program you can’t miss.

2018 Spring Roundtable Series

Regularly, Aim hits the road to talk with members about what’s going on in their communities. One of the ways we do this is via our Aim Roundtables. In these regional roundtables, municipal leaders share their successes, bring up their concerns, and ask plenty of questions. You will return home energized, full of innovative ideas, and ready to face your challenges. Each edition of Aim roundtables includes plenty of opportunities where you can get technical assistance and connect with other leaders from across your region. If you haven’t been to an Aim Roundtable, the time is now!

Locations

Contact us

Lesley Mosier
Events & Member Services Director
[email protected]
317-237-6200 x 223

  • Poseyville
    April 10, 5:30 p.m. Central
    The Red Wagon
    6950 Frontage Road
    Poseyville, IN 47633
  • Thorntown
    April 11, 5:30 p.m. Eastern
    Stookey’s Family Restaurant
    125 E Main Street
    Thorntown, IN 46071

  • Aurora
    April 12, 5:30 p.m. Eastern
    Third and Main Historic
    Restaurant and Tavern
    223 3rd Street
    Aurora, IN 47001
  • Schererville
    April 17, 5:30 p.m. Central
    Teibel’s Family Restaurant
    1775 U.S. Highway 41
    Schererville, IN 46375
  • Middlebury
    April 18, 5:30 p.m. Eastern
    Das Dutchman Essenhaus
    240 US 20
    Middlebury, IN 46540
  • Hagerstown
    April 19, 5:30 p.m. Eastern
    Willie and Red’s
    40 E Main Street
    Hagerstown, IN 47346
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