Breakfast serves up business talk

The second in the Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce’s fall Business-4-Breakfast networking seminars focuses on Community Futures.

The second in the Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce’s fall Business-4-Breakfast networking seminars focuses on Community Futures.

Joining members of the chamber on Wednesday will be Community Futures general manager Norm Metcalf and Leigha Horsfield, business services coordinator.

The duo will be in attendance to provide information about the various ways in which Community Futures help businesses start up and expand in the North Okanagan.

They will also discuss many of the regional economic development projects that are happening and explain how Armstrong-Spallumcheen can benefit.

“This will provide an educational opportunity  to our members and local businesses designed to assist them in ensuring their businesses have the information they need to prosper, while providing important networking opportunities,” said Armstrong Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce president Sandra Starke. “We look forward to having Norm and Leigha join us for this event, and provide information to help our local businesses, especially as October is Small Business Month.”

The event will take place at Glad Tidings Church  Hall, 2570 Pleasant Valley Road.

Doors open at 7 a.m. Breakfast is served at 7:15 a.m., followed by the presentation from 7:30 to 9 a.m.

Pre-registration is required for this event. Tickets are $6 for chamber members, $10 for non-chamber    members and includes breakfast.

To reserve space or for more information, call 250-546-8155 or e-mail



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