Chamber Committees

Implementation of the Chamber's strategic plan is facilitated by member volunteers who serve on various committees at the direction of the Chamber's governing board.

Economic and workforce development interests are served by two main committees, each responsible for keeping up on issues within their purview at the local, state and federal level:

      -Workforce Development, and Education

The Chamber encourages participation by members who choose to use the Chamber to channel their resources in order to ensure that the community is a vibrant place to live and conduct commerce.

In addition, the Chamber finance, audit and nominating committees meet annually as needed. Periodic ad hoc committees are formed for specific purposes such as By Laws review.  

Special Interest Councils:
HR Council
Administrative Professional Council
Non-Profit Agency Council

Be Seen and Contribute
The Chamber’s mission is fulfilled through the work of its committees. Committee members are Chamber volunteers. By working together, committee members get to know each other and form relationships that translate into business lead

The Chamber values its members for the resources they are and the way in which they contribute their time and talent to the mission, vision, and value of their organization.

For more information email Holly Quaine


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