Community chambers – GF Chamber http://gfchamber.com/ Sat, 22 Jan 2022 10:58:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://gfchamber.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-1-120x120.png Community chambers – GF Chamber http://gfchamber.com/ 32 32 Boone and Blowing Rock Chambers of Commerce Host 6th Annual Economic Launch Breakfast https://gfchamber.com/boone-and-blowing-rock-chambers-of-commerce-host-6th-annual-economic-launch-breakfast/ Fri, 21 Jan 2022 15:51:04 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/boone-and-blowing-rock-chambers-of-commerce-host-6th-annual-economic-launch-breakfast/ Performing to an audience of more than 200 Watauga County business leaders in attendance in both in-person and virtual formats, the Boone Area and Blowing Rock Chambers of Commerce hosted the 6and Annual High Country Economic Launch Breakfast, Thursday, January 20and, at the Grandview Ballroom on the campus of Appalachian State University. The event was […]]]>

Performing to an audience of more than 200 Watauga County business leaders in attendance in both in-person and virtual formats, the Boone Area and Blowing Rock Chambers of Commerce hosted the 6and Annual High Country Economic Launch Breakfast, Thursday, January 20and, at the Grandview Ballroom on the campus of Appalachian State University.

The event was presented by Peak Insurance Group with additional sponsorship support from Allen Wealth Management, The Horton Hotel, Appalachian Commercial Real Estate and National Bank Skyline.

Dr. Harry Davis

In his annual remarks on the state of the economic situation of the Haut Pays, Dr. Harry Davis, professor of banking and regional economist at the North Carolina Bankers Association, said, “every piece of economic data that you can look at for Watauga County is solid, and it will continue. We are lucky to live here and to be in an area with such constant growth.

As part of his 2022 economic forecast, Dr. Davis predicts that GDP growth will occur at a rate of 4.5% for 2022, combined with an inflation rate that will fall to 4.5%. He predicts that local and state labor markets will remain tight and that workers will see 4 to 4.5 percent growth in their wages over the coming year.

“North Carolina is the nation’s sixth fastest growing state with tremendous economic development. We have low corporate and personal tax rates, which lead to continued economic strength and growth.

Christopher Chung

The presentation also included remarks from Christopher Chung, CEO of North Carolina Economic Development Partnership (EDPNC). As the state’s chief business recruiter, Chung shared observations on North Carolina’s economic trajectory through the COVID-19 pandemic and how the state overcame obstacles to maintain its position as an attractive landing place for new business while serving its existing business interests in a way that promotes future expansion.

“Last year, we saw 174 situations in which companies made commitments to locate or expand their business in North Carolina,” Chung said. “This resulted in 28,000 new jobs being advertised statewide, in both rural and urban markets. We’ve seen $10 billion in capital investment. When that money comes into the state, it appears as property taxes for communities, which helps fund infrastructure, education, and social services. All of the things that make our communities great depend on a tax base, and that $10 billion mark has broken all records in North Carolina for the past 25 years.

Chung shared his outlook for 2022, including thoughts on how rural communities, such as Watauga County and the High Country, can better position their assets to attract future employers and employees.

“The opportunities for places like Boone are about building places and making it an even more attractive destination, not only for people to move there, but also to create a place where people want to start businesses, start commerce and employ other people in these small businesses. “Each of the small businesses you honored today are great examples of the kinds of businesses that every community (across North Carolina) should aspire to help.”

The Boone Area Chamber of Commerce awarded its 2021 Watauga County Business of the Year Award. Appalachian FC was voted Startup Business of the Year. Mane Habit Salon was voted small business of the year and Mustard seed market was named Big Business of the Year.

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Sexsmith council eyes return to chambers after two years https://gfchamber.com/sexsmith-council-eyes-return-to-chambers-after-two-years/ Thu, 20 Jan 2022 18:16:34 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/sexsmith-council-eyes-return-to-chambers-after-two-years/ The Sexsmith Municipal Building (mygrandeprairienow.com staff) It has been nearly two years since members of Sexsmith Town Council were unable to attend a meeting in council chambers, but a return to their traditional home could be finalized by the end of the year. Currently using space in the municipality-owned community centre, Mayor Kate Potter says […]]]>

It has been nearly two years since members of Sexsmith Town Council were unable to attend a meeting in council chambers, but a return to their traditional home could be finalized by the end of the year.

Currently using space in the municipality-owned community centre, Mayor Kate Potter says members of council, as well as staff across the municipality have tried to do the best they can with the hand they have been given, but the time for a more concrete plan has come.

“They don’t have an office, and we currently have a member of staff who has his office in the old council chambers, as there is no room for them due to COVID-19 restrictions” , she says.

“We went online when COVID-19 first hit, and it would have been in May [2020] when we got back together, but we couldn’t stay in rooms because the space was too tight,” she adds.

Potter says the plan at this point is to seek to create more office space in a vacant building near the municipal chambers, which will then allow municipal government to return to their pre-pandemic home. She adds that moving to a more suitable home will also free up the space truly intended for members of the public.

“We were at the Civic Center and then we moved to the Community Center because we could use it more permanently… but of course it takes rental space from the community and it’s for community use,” says -she.

“We end up having extra meetings for other things, and we try to work around those times, but if we can find a permanent solution that fixes the issues, and that gives space back to the community, that would be wonderful. “

No financial details on the office’s proposed move have been finalized, but Potter says the hope is to have construction and move complete by the fall.

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The Qatar Chamber participates in the annual coordination meeting of joint Arab-foreign chambers https://gfchamber.com/the-qatar-chamber-participates-in-the-annual-coordination-meeting-of-joint-arab-foreign-chambers/ Tue, 18 Jan 2022 05:10:00 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/the-qatar-chamber-participates-in-the-annual-coordination-meeting-of-joint-arab-foreign-chambers/ Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani, Speaker of the Qatar Chamber (QC), attends the annual coordination meeting of mixed Arab-foreign chambers at the League of Arab States headquarters in Cairo yesterday. Doha: Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani, President of the Qatar Chamber (QC), who is also Vice President of the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce […]]]>

Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani, Speaker of the Qatar Chamber (QC), attends the annual coordination meeting of mixed Arab-foreign chambers at the League of Arab States headquarters in Cairo yesterday.

Doha: Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani, President of the Qatar Chamber (QC), who is also Vice President of the Arab-British Chamber of Commerce (ABCC) and Vice President of the Arab-French Chamber of Commerce, said participated in the annual coordination meeting of the Mixed Arab-Foreign Chambers held yesterday at the headquarters of the League of Arab States in Cairo.

The meeting was chaired by Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary General of the League of Arab States, in the presence of Abdullah Mohamed Al Mazrouei, President of the Union of Arab Chambers, and Peter Ramsauer, President of the Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The meeting was attended by a number of Arab Presidents, Vice Presidents and Secretaries General of the Joint Chambers, the General Secretariat of the Union of Arab Chambers and the General Secretariat of the League of Arab States.

The agenda of the meeting included several topics, including the activities of the mixed Arab-foreign chambers over the past two years and the work plan for the current year.

He discussed the role of mixed chambers, which were founded in the 60s of the last century, in developing and promoting cooperation between Arab and foreign countries and serving businessmen on both sides.

The mixed chambers have been able to become economic institutions that play an active role in promoting Arab economic work with many foreign countries by creating a favorable climate, a strong network of communication and relations at the official and private levels, the meeting noted. .

With regard to future activities, the meeting reviewed the experiences of the mixed chambers in the field of the digital economy, as well as the digital platforms currently implemented by some of the mixed chambers with the aim of creating a base of solid and credible data that greatly benefits the Arab business community.

He further discussed the participation of the Union of Arab Chambers in Expo Dubai from March 28 to 30, 2022 as part of the “Joint Chambers Week”, with the aim of exchanging ideas and experiences between the Arab and foreign parties and to improve communication between the entrepreneurs of the two countries. sides.

The agenda of the meeting also touched on the participation of Mixed Arab-Foreign Chambers in the 4th World Entrepreneurs Investment Forum (WEIF2022) to be held in March 2022 at Expo Dubai and is organized by the Union Arab Chambers in cooperation with the League of Arab States, the Union of Arab Banks and the Arab Bank for Economic Development.

On the sidelines of the forum, the second edition of the “Arab Gathering” competition for entrepreneurship, innovation and leadership among Arab youth will be launched.

In addition, the meeting discussed the European Union’s “Global Gateway” strategy and how Arab states are taking advantage of it.
The Global Gateway aims to mobilize up to 300 billion euros in investments between 2021 and 2027 and to develop the infrastructure of many countries to compete with the Chinese Silk Road.

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Carter announces candidacy for Chambers County sheriff – Reuters https://gfchamber.com/carter-announces-candidacy-for-chambers-county-sheriff-reuters/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 16:00:58 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/carter-announces-candidacy-for-chambers-county-sheriff-reuters/ Chambers County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Richard Carter announced his qualification for the Chambers County Sheriff’s Republican Party primary to be held on May 24. During his swearing-in speech in January 2019, Sheriff Sid Lockhart announced that he would serve his final term. Lockhart served as sheriff for a record seven terms. With more than […]]]>

Chambers County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Richard Carter announced his qualification for the Chambers County Sheriff’s Republican Party primary to be held on May 24.

During his swearing-in speech in January 2019, Sheriff Sid Lockhart announced that he would serve his final term. Lockhart served as sheriff for a record seven terms.

With more than 30 years in law enforcement, Carter has served at all levels, beginning as a patrolman with the Valley Police Department and progressing to Deputy Chief of the Lanett Police Department, where he served was the first National FBI graduate. Academy for the Lanett Police Department. Carter is an FBI Certified Firearms Instructor and holds multiple law enforcement and aviation certifications with a BS in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia Southern University in Orange Beach.

In 2007 Carter was hired by the Chambers County Sheriff’s Office and soon after became an investigator. After just two years, Chambers County Sheriff Sid Lockhart asked Carter to be his chief deputy, where he currently serves.

“In this position, I face the challenges of operating a budget-sensitive department while establishing new programs such as our aviation unit at very little cost to the taxpayers of this county,” Carter said. “I have tackled some of the toughest cases as an investigator and I continue to seek ways to bring justice on behalf of victims of crime. In an effort to maintain this spirit, we have strengthened our patrol division from two people per patrol shift to up to four and have increased our investigations from two investigators to now four.

Carter said whatever his role, his priorities are the safety and well-being of the citizens of Chambers County.

“I promise I will continue on this path regardless of age, race, gender, party affiliation, social status and belief system,” Carter said. “I will actively work within the community for everyone. I understand the diverse law enforcement needs in Chambers County as I have spent my entire career in law enforcement here. My goal will be to foster and build community partnerships, working with other Chambers County professionals in law enforcement, emergency medical services, fire and social services to benefit our whole community. We will have a Sheriff’s Office that will be strengthened through staff development, empowerment, retention and community interaction.

“I want to thank Sheriff Sid Lockhart for his outstanding service to Chambers County and wish him many years in retirement,” Carter said. “I will always owe him a debt of gratitude for the trust he had in me 14 years ago.”

Carter says he’s not looking to replace Lockhart, but his goal is to build on the platform he created and continue the legacy of serving the people of this county with integrity, honesty and courage.

“I ask that you compare my experience and training to any other potential sheriff candidate. You will find there is no comparison,” Carter said.

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Parksville and Qualicum Beach chambers ready to honor business – Parksville Qualicum Beach News https://gfchamber.com/parksville-and-qualicum-beach-chambers-ready-to-honor-business-parksville-qualicum-beach-news/ Sat, 15 Jan 2022 00:30:00 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/parksville-and-qualicum-beach-chambers-ready-to-honor-business-parksville-qualicum-beach-news/ Parksville and Qualicum Beach chambers are ready to honor business Applications sought for the Excellence Award The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce and the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce again recognize and honor businesses that excel in the community. The annual Business Excellence Awards celebrate outstanding business success in Parksville and District and Qualicum […]]]>

Parksville and Qualicum Beach chambers are ready to honor business

Applications sought for the Excellence Award

The Parksville and District Chamber of Commerce and the Qualicum Beach Chamber of Commerce again recognize and honor businesses that excel in the community.

The annual Business Excellence Awards celebrate outstanding business success in Parksville and District and Qualicum Beach. Chambers ask the community to nominate their business or a business they like and believe worthy of recognition.

“Hosting the Business Excellence Awards is an honor for the chambers. It’s been months of work to make it perfect and something our community can be proud of, but in the end it’s worth it,” said Kim Burden, General Manager. “The finalists, winners, their families and colleagues are so supportive and it’s just a pleasure to be a part of them. It is important to us to honor and support great businesses in our community.

Chambers ask the community to nominate their business or a business they like and believe worthy of recognition. You can do this by going online at https://www.parksvillechamber.com/events/business-achievement-awards/business-awards-nomination

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Baton Rouge community activist Gary Chambers launches campaign for the US Senate https://gfchamber.com/baton-rouge-community-activist-gary-chambers-launches-campaign-for-the-us-senate/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 16:46:00 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/baton-rouge-community-activist-gary-chambers-launches-campaign-for-the-us-senate/ BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (WAFB) – Community activist Gary Chambers has announced he will run for the United States Senate. “Every day Louisianans across the state work hard to help their families make ends meet and build a better future for their children, and every day they run into roadblocks, especially last year. “said Gary Chambers. […]]]>

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (WAFB) – Community activist Gary Chambers has announced he will run for the United States Senate.

“Every day Louisianans across the state work hard to help their families make ends meet and build a better future for their children, and every day they run into roadblocks, especially last year. “said Gary Chambers. . “I am running for the Louisiana Senate because it is time for real change in Louisiana from a candidate who understands firsthand the challenges Louisianans face every day.”

Chambers previously ran for the 2nd Louisiana Congress and worked as a social justice advocate and community organizer in Baton Rouge.

If elected, Chambers says his priorities as a senator will be economic aid, voting rights and health insurance.

“No Louisiana is alone, more of us are ready to help our neighbors and uplift our communities to give all of us a chance to have a bright future and prosperous life here in this state,” Chambers said. on the spur of the moment. “If we work together we can make real change in Louisiana. “

Chambers is campaigning for the seat of the United States Senate currently held by Republican Senator John Kennedy. Kennedy announced he was running for re-election.

Chambers is running as a Democrat. The election is scheduled for November 8.

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pali: Tejkulpal Singh is the new chef of Bhopal Chambers | Bhopal News https://gfchamber.com/pali-tejkulpal-singh-is-the-new-chef-of-bhopal-chambers-bhopal-news/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 22:25:00 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/pali-tejkulpal-singh-is-the-new-chef-of-bhopal-chambers-bhopal-news/ Bhopal: Tejkulpal Singh Pali, a prominent hotelier from Bhopal, was elected president of the Bhopal Chambers of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on Sunday in controversial polls over the past six months. The ballot took place on Saturday. Although elections are scheduled to take place every three years, it took six years to organize the ballots […]]]>
Bhopal: Tejkulpal Singh Pali, a prominent hotelier from Bhopal, was elected president of the Bhopal Chambers of Commerce and Industry (BCCI) on Sunday in controversial polls over the past six months. The ballot took place on Saturday. Although elections are scheduled to take place every three years, it took six years to organize the ballots for the BCCI. Prominent businessmen and traders in the city are members of the prestigious organization.
Singhled the Pragatisheel panel and Sunil Jain ‘501’ and Aakash Goyal from the same panel were elected vice-chairs. Pali defeated Alok Panchratna of the Sadbhavna Panel. The counting of votes for the remaining board and executive members will continue until late at night. Pali said he would raise the voice of the business and business community and try to resolve their issues. “Like others, we are also living through difficult times. The pandemic has brought uncertainty to the market, resulting in huge losses, ”he told TOI. Scheduled for August last year, the BCCI elections have been postponed twice in the past six months. While the elections were marred by controversy, there were FIRs and counter-FIRs against each other.
More than 1,500 voters cast their vote to elect the president, three vice-presidents, a secretary general, two secretaries, a treasurer and co-treasurer and 15 executive members. Local leaders of the BJP and Congress showed immense interest in the elections from behind the curtain.


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Community rooms combine to create the very first chocolate party https://gfchamber.com/community-rooms-combine-to-create-the-very-first-chocolate-party/ Thu, 06 Jan 2022 20:11:00 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/community-rooms-combine-to-create-the-very-first-chocolate-party/ January 6 – It’s not “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, but it’s pretty close. The Tipton County Chamber of Commerce Triad, Westfield Chamber of Commerce and Zionsville Chamber of Commerce have come together to create the inaugural Hoosier Chocolate Fest to be held February 11-12 at Bridgewater Country Club, 3535 E 161st St., Carmel. “This […]]]>

January 6 – It’s not “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, but it’s pretty close.

The Tipton County Chamber of Commerce Triad, Westfield Chamber of Commerce and Zionsville Chamber of Commerce have come together to create the inaugural Hoosier Chocolate Fest to be held February 11-12 at Bridgewater Country Club, 3535 E 161st St., Carmel.

“This is an event that will become a new tradition for people to attend before Valentine’s Day,” Zionsville House executive director Allyson Gutwein said in a press release. “Our chambers are working collaboratively with the business community to create an event that not only showcases the best of Hoosier chocolates, but creates a strong connection with the communities we serve.”

The chocolate-filled exhibit features various local businesses that distribute sweet treats, including cakes, donuts, truffles, mousses, brownies, and chocolate drinks.

“We are delighted to partner with Zionsville and Westfield Chambers at this event to showcase our local chocolatiers,” said Kegan Schmicker, Executive Director of the Tipton County Chamber. “While this is only an event, we hope this will be the start of a greater collaboration between Tipton County and the communities of Zionsville and Westfield.”

Westfield Chamber Executive Director Steve Latour expressed similar sentiments, saying, “We are delighted to be highlighting the City of Westfield and businesses in North Hamilton County. We look forward to the success and continued growth of this event with our fellow Chambers. “

Tickets, commercial supplier registration and more information can be found online at hoosierchocolatefest.com.


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Questions and Answers with Poet Jason Chambers | Community news https://gfchamber.com/questions-and-answers-with-poet-jason-chambers-community-news/ Wed, 05 Jan 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/questions-and-answers-with-poet-jason-chambers-community-news/ Local musician and actor Fleming Moore told me about his friend, poet Jason Chambers, who grew up here. Last fall, the Book Bar on East Doty Avenue held an open mic on a Thursday night where Chambers read his works, but they have since closed. Jason has lived on Johns Island for about eight years […]]]>

Local musician and actor Fleming Moore told me about his friend, poet Jason Chambers, who grew up here. Last fall, the Book Bar on East Doty Avenue held an open mic on a Thursday night where Chambers read his works, but they have since closed.

Jason has lived on Johns Island for about eight years now. During the day, he works in erosion control. Chambers was heavily influenced by his high school English teacher at Pinewood Preparatory School – Colleen O’Connell – who was the first person to take her writing seriously. He’s a calm person who enjoys seclusion and nature, so playing in open mics seems foreign to him although he has been doing so for about four years now.

Lowcountry writer Josephine Humphreys praises Chambers’ poetry: “I’m just blown away by these haunting and brilliant poems. Their message is one of despair that turns into surprise, mystery and hope, anchored in nature and countryside, family and love – and capable of levitation. I want more.”

Régan: When and how did you start writing poetry?

Bedrooms : I started writing poetry in 2017. It was a total surprise because it just wasn’t something I had dreamed of doing. Yet, it was a time of profound change in my life, and I needed a way to make sense of it all and, more importantly, to give thanks. Poetry gave me a way to do it.

A: How would you classify your type of poetry (rhyme, other)?

VS : The free verse is probably the closest description to my style. I am not any formal structure such as prescribed form, tape measure, or rhyme scheme, although reading it I was told it could sound that way. My poems are generally narrative, in the sense that they tell some story.

A: What do you think of the poem of Amanda Gorman, the first national American youth poet, “The Hill We Climb”, read during the inauguration of President Joe Biden?

VS : The poem calls us to elevate ourselves to our best natures and emphasizes that we have the power to do so. Although I have no interest in political theater, Ms. Gorman’s words offer hope. What more could a writer ask for?

A: Is there a certain type of poem or idea (s) that you like to try to express?

VS : My writing tends to follow my life quite closely. When my life story unfolds in a way that offers a glimpse of light, of a way forward, I try to put it down on paper – in case that helps someone else, or in case I forget.

A: Other writers in your family?

VS : My great aunt Bertha Chambers wrote a book called “Homesteading with the Elk”, about my ancestor’s adventures in Jackson Hole.

A: Do you have a favorite writer and / or poet?

VS : I don’t read a lot of poetry, to be honest. Fiction writer Cormac McCarthy (who wrote “The Road”) is an absolute favorite, however. His fluency in the language, his imagery, is miles beyond anyone.

A: What’s next for you? Contests, books?

VS : The Poetry Society of South Carolina has some great competitions that I will be entering this year. I am also actively exploring my posting options. I am very grateful for the encouragement I have received from so many new friends and readers. It has really been a great process so far, without forcing anything. Of course, I’ll keep reading when I get the chance. There’s a great open mic at Chico Feo on Folly Beach every Monday night, for example.

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Fremont County Chambers of Commerce Co-Hosting Legislative Session Preview Luncheon https://gfchamber.com/fremont-county-chambers-of-commerce-co-hosting-legislative-session-preview-luncheon/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 18:55:36 +0000 https://gfchamber.com/fremont-county-chambers-of-commerce-co-hosting-legislative-session-preview-luncheon/ Ahead of the 2022 Budget Session of the Wyoming State Legislature, to be held in Cheyenne in February, the Lander, Riverton and Dubois Chambers of Commerce are co-hosting a Legislative Session Preview Luncheon on Friday the 14th. January at the Lander Community & Convention Center. The six state legislators in Fremont County have agreed to […]]]>

Ahead of the 2022 Budget Session of the Wyoming State Legislature, to be held in Cheyenne in February, the Lander, Riverton and Dubois Chambers of Commerce are co-hosting a Legislative Session Preview Luncheon on Friday the 14th. January at the Lander Community & Convention Center.

The six state legislators in Fremont County have agreed to participate in the luncheon, where they will highlight their interim legislative activities and share the issues they expect from the entire legislature in February. The redistribution has been a prominent interim issue, which will be finalized during the session, and several tax increase proposals will also be considered. A general question-and-answer session will follow individual comments from lawmakers.

“I am delighted to be working with my counterparts – Janet (Winslow) in Riverton and Jennifer (Marshall Weydeveld) in Dubois – on this lunch,” said Owen Sweeney, executive director of the Lander Chamber of Commerce. “We want to give our members and the public the opportunity to hear all of Fremont County together in one room and also to build relationships with the business community from across the county. More and more of our members have offices in more than one municipality in Fremont County, and we believe it is time to start building partnerships on certain issues with a county-wide mindset. .

WHO – Senators and representatives of the County of Fremont

  • Case of Senator Cale – R (District 25)
  • Senator Tim Salazar – R (District 26)
  • Representative Lloyd Larsen – R (District 54)
  • Representative Ember Oakley – R (District 55)
  • Representative Andi LeBeau – D (District 33)
  • Pepper Ottman Representative – R (District 34)

WHAT – Preview lunch of the 2022 legislative session

OR –Lander Community & Convention Center, 950 Buena Vista Drive

WHY – Inform yourself / Inform your business / Network with the business community

WHEN – Friday January 14, 2022, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

TICKETS – $ 25 members / $ 35 guests / $ 500 table (members) / $ 600 table (guests) ~ Buy here

SPONSORSHIP – 4 levels available here Call 307-332-3892

  • Thank you, GOLD LEVEL sponsors!

BUFFET LUNCH OFFERED BY – Catholic College of Wyoming catering services

HOSTED BY – Lander Chamber of Commerce, Riverton Chamber of Commerce, Dubois Chamber of Commerce


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