Chamber News

Lunch ‘N Learn

Held the 4th Wednesday of the month, 11:30 to 1:00, at the Snowflake Social Hall, 111 W Center Street.

Schedule for 2018:

January 24, February 28, March 2,8
April 25, May 23, August 22,
September 26, October 24, November 7

Note: There is no Lunch ‘N Learn in June, July and December. For June head on out to the Chamber’s Dinner & Auction on June 22 (see calendar for details). November is earlier in the month due to Thanksgiving.

June and July

There will be no Lunch ‘N Learn for June or July; however . . .

You won’t want to miss the Chamber’s Cowboy Dinner & Auction on Friday, June 22 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Taylor Rodeo Pavilion.

Auctioneer, Dan Turley, will be on hand to take your bid on a wide variety of great items. There will also be a Chinese Auction and Spin the Wheel for a prize. Come join the fun!

The ticket price of $15 per person includes a fabulous dinner with all the fixings plus dessert. All proceeds benefit the Snowflake Taylor Chamber of Commerce.

For more information or to purchase tickets, contact the Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce at 928-536-4331 or visit the office at 113 N Main Street in Snowflake.

May

Bruce Lawler of Smithfield Foods talked with us about the different divisions within Smithfield as well as programs available to employees and employee participation in giving back to the community through various projects and donations.

A big thank you to Smithfield and staff for the wonderful lunch provided: grilled pork chops and ham, beans, potatoes, salad and fruit pizza.

 

Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce Annual Awards Banquet

The suspense is over. Here are the 2017 Award Winners:

2017 Business Man
of the Year

Terril Kay
All Custom Exteriors

2017 Business Woman
of the Year

Frances Valdez
Emalee’s Carniceria

2017 Non-Profit
of the Year

ChangePoint Integrated Health

2017 Large Business
of the Year

All Custom Exteriors

2017 Medium Business
of the Year

Black Diamond Auto Glass

2017 Small Business
of the Year

Emalee’s Carniceria

Additional Recognition

In appreciation of outstanding service in our communities and/or for support of the Chamber, the following awards were also given:

Executive Director Award: Silver Creek Herald

Shining Star Awards: Dr. Chad Brimhall and Cathie McDowell

President’s Award: Sarah Brimhall

The Golden Apron Award: Jon and Bev Kay

The Board Award: Patti Matyas, Outgoing President

Small Business of the Year: Emalee's Carniceria

Medium Business of the Year: Black Diamond Auto Glass

Large Business of the Year: All Custom Exteriors

Business Woman of the Year: Frances Valdez

Business Man of the Year: Terril Kay

Executive Director Award: Silver Creek Herald

Shining Star Award: Dr. Chad Brimhall

Shining Star Award: Cathie McDowell

President's Award: Sarah Brimhall

The Golden Apron Award: John and Bev Kay

The Board Award: Patti Matyas

A Big Thank You to Our Sponsors: The Carriage House and The Morning Rose

Ribbon Cuttings

Happenings

White Mountain Tees Open House

Visitors to White Mountain Tees Open House on February 9 were treated to tours of the newly remodeled showroom and facility, along with gifts, prizes and free tacos. Emalee’s Carniceria was on hand with their food truck to serve up the tacos.

Snowflake Taylor Chamber of Commerce Awards Scholarships

The Snowflake Taylor Chamber of Commerce recently awarded two $500 scholarships to Snowflake High School seniors, Tyree Hancock and Taylor Lopez.

Interested seniors were asked to submit an application and essay describing their pursuit of a future career path, the next steps toward their success in that field, and how the assistance would impact their plans. Tyree and Taylor were chosen from 10 applications submitted.

The Chamber’s scholarship fund was started to support students who have been working toward their future profession. The purpose of the Chamber scholarship fund is to identify students who have demonstrated initiative in pursuing their post high school vocation and to support them in the pursuit of their passion.

This was the first year for the scholarship program; the Chamber will be continuing the program annually. All scholarship funds are derived from local Chamber member businesses through various Chamber events.

Chamber Sponsors

Snowflake/Taylor Chamber of Commerce
113 N Main Street, Ste. A
Snowflake, AZ 85937

Office: (928) 536-4331

Hours:
Monday through Friday
9am to 4pm

Executive Director:
Charlotte Hatch, IOM

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