New Staff at Wetaskiwin Chamber

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Chamber President Randy Plant welcomes new Executive Director, Judi Best 

    The Wetaskiwin & District Chamber of Commerce staff, Executive Director Judi Best and Jennifer Schmidt hosted an Open House on Tuesday May, 28th from 4:00 – 6:30 pm. The event was a perfect opportunity for members and non-members of the Business community to network, renew or sign up for membership as well as meet Judi and Jennifer. Guests were welcomed with an abundant supply of smiles, refreshments and greetings from President, Randy Plant.

    Other features of the Open House included, “Dean Chapman — Chamber Plan adviser who was present to display what the Chamber Plan can do for members. The Chamber Plan addresses the needs of small to medium businesses, boasting more guarantees, more stability, more flexibility, and more than just financial support. It may be more than you expected.”

Chamber announces upcoming events

    Pioneer Days – June 14-16 and Parade – Saturday June 15. “The Chamber invites you, the businesses, community groups, agricultural groups and just about anyone else to join the Chamber to give our families, friends and visitors a great parade. Fill out the entry form and submit it to the Wetaskiwin & District Chamber of Commerce office before June 11, 2013.”

Corporate Challenge – Friday June 14.  

    “Looking to find a cure for the Friday drag?  On June 14, the Chamber of Commerce is inviting you to the perfect Friday therapy: the Corporate Challenge! Don’t know what a Corporate Challenge is? It’s a chance for you and two other coworkers to spend time outside on a Friday afternoon and play games, gain points and compete against other businesses in our community for the title of Corporate Challenge Champions! Dressing up in costumes is strongly encouraged! Prizes will also be awarded for the best team costumes!”

Midway – Friday, Saturday and Sunday.  

    The Pioneer Days midway is being held in the parking lot of the Wetaskiwin Mall. Wristbands allow for unlimited riding for Friday ONLY can be purchase for $25 at the Chamber office (4910 55A Street — across from the water tower) or at City Hall. Wristbands will be sold on site as well for $30. Tickets to ride on Saturday and Sunday can be purchased at the midway ticketbooths. 

Stage - 

    The stage line up will be posted on the Chamber website soon!”

For more information contact : Wetaskiwin & District Chamber of Commerce Office (4910 55A Street —  south of the Water Tower) 780-352-8003.

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