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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 21:13

Get involved with the Bobcaygeon chamber

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President Kent Leckie (left) and vice-president Max Miller, present Crazy Monkey Tree Services owner Aaron Shaw with a plaque on behalf of the Chamber recognizing his leadership and work in organizing the Tragically Hip simulcast concert in Bobcaygeon last August.

By Kent Leckie

            I can’t believe an entire year has passed since I started as your new president in the Bobcaygeon and Area Chamber of Commerce. Wow, what a terrific summer.

            Thank you everyone who took the extra time out of your busy schedules to contribute and volunteer in some kind way. You have all helped to make our community flourish.

            Your chamber board is very energized. And we are currently working on some great ideas for the 2017 campaigns and events.

            Just a last-minute reminder: If you haven’t renewed your membership for next year, now is the time. If you are thinking about becoming a member, we encourage you to do so. Get involved in your community by joining the Bobcaygeon and Area Chamber of Commerce and discover membership’s many benefits.

            Please mark your calendars for our upcoming Annual General Meeting, to be held at the Bobcaygeon Service Centre on Nov. 8 at 7 pm. Come and learn more about how the chamber is serving our area businesses, associates and tourism.

            We are currently seeking members to become chamber directors, and really get involved by volunteering their skills and working as a team on the 2017 board. If interested, please contact us today, or even better, drop by the Chamber/MTO office at 21 Canal St., and say hello. We always appreciate hearing from you.

            Our website and Facebook pages are constantly being updated with the latest news and events, so please visit us often at bobcaygeon.org.

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