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Hello All!

Our Board of Directors recently held its annual organizational meeting.  During this meeting we talk about the state of the Chamber.

Good news!  Our membership has increased 20 percent this year! Thus leading to a small profit, that we can put to use for you!  We are so happy to serve you!  I will serve one more year as president, Jim Frazier as our vice president, Kris Soenen as our treasurer and Rose Middleton as our secretary.

We are knee deep in our Christmas event!  I saw many of you during Open House Weekend.  Next up is the parade, but also don't miss Small Business Saturday!  We also have a breakfast with Santa this year. Thanks to the Elks for hosting and letting us join in the fun!

Max Sala is a co-chair for the parade this year.  We are really happy to have him back and his great ideas!  Serving as Master of Ceremonies will be Angela Frazier Roberts and Steve Arseneau.  

We have many new entries as well as some returning.  Pre-parade entertainment starts at 6 with the introduction of our Grand Marshal, a dance troupe, Christmas carols and the lighting of the tree.

See you then!

 

 

 

Latest News from your Chamber

  • November 19th, 2017

    From the Desk of President Kim MacGregor

    Hello All!

    Our Board of Directors recently held its annual organizational meeting.  During this meeting we talk about the state of the Chamber.

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  • November 19th, 2017

    Grand Marshal of Parade Announced

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    Chamber Spotlights ACTION

    ACTION (Area Churches Together In One Network) began in 2009 as a group of pastors and church leaders wanted to gather for the common goal of serving Christ and ministering to the people around them.  Their vision was to become more than a “ministerial association” and that hope began to materialize and is still growing. 

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