Chamber AGM set for Armstrong area

The 2015 annual general meeting of the Armstrong-Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce is Oct. 28.

The 2015 annual general meeting of the Armstrong-Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce is set for the Royal York Golf Club Oct. 28.

Members will receive the report of the manager and the financial statements of the society, elect directors and conduct other business.

All members in good standing are invited to attend.

The meet and greet starts at 5 p.m., with dinner provided by Fairways Bistro at 6. That is followed by the AGM at 7 p.m.

Following the AGM, Melinda Stickney, chief administrative officer for the City of Armstrong, and city planner Hazel Christy will speak to chamber members about the current review process for city zoning bylaws, and answer any questions from the floor pertaining to running a business within the city.

New members of the Armstrong-Spallumcheen Chamber of Commerce are encouraged to showcase services with a small display at the event.

If you’ve thought about becoming more involved in the chamber, board of director nomination forms are available at the office.

Nominations for board members from the agricultural, industrial and young entrepreneurial sectors to round out current board representation are encouraged.

If you would like more information on what the commitment as a director would be, contact the chamber office at 250-546-8155.

Tickets for the evening are $25 per person and that includes dinner, coffee, tea, or non-alcoholic drinks.

RSVP to before Oct. 22.


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