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The next Inventors and Entrepreneurs Club meeting is Nov. 11 at the Food Enterprise Center, 1201 North Main St., Viroqua. Networking starts at 5:30, the program begins at 6 p.m.

The topic will be “Where Did the Money Go?” to learn about getting a handle on your spending and budget. Speaker Al Lorr, owner of Lorr Computer Solutions, will demonstrate online tools and apps such as that automates the creation and tracking of your home or small business budget. It can automatically download your spending details from participating banks, categorize, and alert you to irregularities within your budget. If time allows, we will also explore, which could help you stay on top of business interactions within email, Facebook, and Twitter.

Lorr has 20+ years providing solutions to technical issues. He has conducted demos and trainings for Workforce Connections and Western Technical College and now has his own business. Lorr Computer Solutions specializes in one-to-one training and computer wellness checkups. He also offers computer and home Wi-Fi set up, and special event assistance such as slide-show creation, power-point help and PC projector setup. Bring your questions. There will be plenty of time for discussion.

The I&E club is organized jointly by the Crawford County Economic Development Corporation, Vernon Economic Development Association and Viroqua Chamber Main Street. Visit the website at or contact David Connolly at or 326-0234, Sue Noble at or 638-8332, or Nora Roughen-Schmidt at or 637-2575.