Retreat Program Description

"Alpine" is a business retreat (Apr. 27-29) that gives you the opportunity to assess how your business has been going up to this point, while also visioning for the future. This process, offered within a peer-to-peer learning environment, will reconnect you to the “why” of your venture and help create in-roads to meeting both your short- and long-term goals. This three-day version of a longer course (description here) also provides the opportunity to determine if and when to scale your business model.

Annie Milroy Price, founder of Birdseye Business Planning & Adventures and lead designer of the Business Foundations curriculum, will lead the retreat. NEOEDD staff will be in attendance as well.

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* 1. Please enter your contact information:

Participants will only be accepted from Baker, Union, and Wallowa counties.

Location: Wallowa Lake Camp, 84522 Church Ln., Joseph 97846 
Most sessions will be located in Hill Hall; meals will be in Bailey Lodge.
The buildings are ADA accessible; travel between buildings is on rough ground. Expect to walk from place to place in potentially rainy or cold weather. If necessary, you may drive from one building to another.

Arrive and Check-In: Thursday, April 27, 1 to 2 p.m.
Thursday, April 27, 2 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday, April 28, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, April 29, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

You will receive a retreat agenda once your registration is confirmed.

Meals are included in the registration fee;  on-site lodging is optional. See below.

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* 2. Please answer the following questions for CDBG requirements:

Alpine is subsidized by a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), which requires NEOEDD to collect information about household income and size in order to confirm that a majority of participants have a low-to-moderate income per HUD guidelines.

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* 3. On-site meals are part of the retreat experience. There will be a $55 charge for meals. Choices:

The meals are:
Thursday: Dinner
Friday: Light breakfast, brunch, dinner
Saturday: Light breakfast, brunch

The camp does not allow meals to be brought in.

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* 4. On-site lodging (optional; $90 per night):

Lodging will be provided in yurt-like cabins that have beds, a private bathroom, a microwave, and heat. This is a somewhat rustic camp environment; please dress accordingly and bring a flashlight. The shared rooms will only be an option if enough people agree to share rooms--you may be charged more if you end up without roommates.

The registration deadline is Wednesday, April 19. Once you complete this form, NEOEDD staff will generate an invoice that will be payable via Square using a credit card by Apr. 19. You may also mail or hand-deliver a check to NEOEDD, but we must receive payment by Apr. 19. Our address is 101 NE 1st St., Enterprise OR 97828.

Requests for refunds made by Apr. 19 will be honored minus a 3% processing fee for payments made electronically. No refunds will be given after Apr. 19.

Any questions may be answered by calling the NEOEDD office at 541-426-3598. Thank you!