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  Chamber news
  By Brandon Shaw
  Chamber secretary

   The Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce held its monthly meeting Oct. 3; it was a full meeting with 30 members and several guests were present. The chamber would like to thank the guest speaker for the October meeting.
   The mission of Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce is to develop and maintain a nonprofit organization made up of area business professionals, and to promote and market the services of its members. As an organization of professionals, the chamber will use its resources and talent to support worthy community projects.
   If you or your organization would like to be part of the Eastern Plains Chamber or you would like to be a speaker at an upcoming meeting, contact us at
   The Eastern plains Chamber of Commerce meets the first Wednesday of each month, from 7 to 8:30 a.m. at Grace Community Church, 9475 Grace Church View in Falcon.
   Special parents night at Falcon High School
   Falcon High School, along with Eastern Plains Chamber of Commerce, is sponsoring a parents night with Value Up Nov. 5 at 6 p.m. at Falcon High School. 
   The cost to sponsor this event is $500, and for those interested in helping with the cost for this worthwhile program, contact the chamber or just drop off a check at Falcon High School (made out to Falcon High School).
   Value Up, which is based in Colorado, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reaching out and enriching the lives of young people worldwide.
   The presenter for the evening is Mike Donahue, the executive director and founder of Value-Up. Mike is one of the most sought after speakers in the country on the subject of respect, bullying, and diversity. His candid style and authentic persona keep the students engaged right from his first words. Mike hails from Boston and was a member of the United States Air Force; he began his career as a youth director and youth pastor. He is the father of four children.
   Mike Donahue has spoken to more than one million students. He has spent the last 25 years working with young people all over the world, helping them find purpose and define themselves as they navigate the often- difficult transition from childhood to adulthood. In addition to traveling the United States, Asia, South America and Europe speaking to young people, Mike has authored four books: “Reinventing My Normal,” “Hidden Scars,” “Talking to Brick Walls,” and his newest book, “Value Up.”
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  Falcon Broadband rebrands
  Press release Oct. 22

   With 15 years of history providing service in El Paso County, many residents and businesses believed Falcon Broadband only provided services in the Falcon area. To address this confusion and introduce new services, a decision was made to change the name. Falcon Broadband is now StratusIQ. With the new name, StratusIQ is introducing new services such as 1 Gigabit residential Internet, along with the TiVo VU-IT platform for a complete entertainment solution.
   “The new StratusIQ will offer residents and businesses quality and capacity of fiber Internet and the best value in communication and entertainment,” said Ben Kley, president.
   StratusIQ specializes in telephone services and digital TV and bringing superior capacity and reliability of Fiber-to-the-Premises Internet services to as many residences and businesses as possible, with a fiber network that reaches from Monument all the way to Fort Carson. Residential services are in select areas but are expanding.
   “Our customers have a fiber Internet provider they can rely on, with support from our local customer service team,” Kley said.
   For further questions about the re-branding of Falcon Broadband, email, call StratusIQ at 719-573-5343 or visit
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