Glenns Ferry Chamber of Commerce Newsletter

Glenns Ferry Chamber of Commerce Newsletter
January 2017

Activities Update:

The results of the election of officers for 2017: President Michael Huskisson, Vice President Heidi Hersey, Secretary Kateera Glison, and Treasurer Dale Smith. Board Members for the year will be Billie Dillon, Jimi Orr, David Payne, Connie Crawshaw and Jessie Gydesen. Officers and Board Members will be installed at the Chamber Banquet on the 28th of January.
Over 4 tons of food was distributed to 135 families during the Glenns Ferry Food/Toy Basket Program. Many thanks to all of the volunteers who made this possible.

Upcoming Activities:

Chamber Banquet is the 28th of January.

Monthly Meetings will be February 7, March 7, and April 4.

The next Quarterly Blood Drive is March 14th.

The annual Glenns Ferry Wooden Bat Baseball/Softball Tournament will be the 6th thru the 8th of April.

Chamber Dues: Chamber dues for 2017 cover from 1 January – 31 December 2017. Dues will remain the same as in previous years – $50.00 for businesses with the web-site – $45 without. $30.00 for individuals. Dues may be mailed to the GF Chamber, PO Box 317, Glenns Ferry, ID 83623.

Chamber Banquet: This year’s banquet will be on Saturday, the 28th of January. Cocktails and Social Hour starts at 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM Dinner, held at the Veterans Hall. Dinner will be provided by the Crossings Winery with a cost of $28.00 per person. If you wish to sponsor a table or make reservations contact Jean Mullen at 208-366-2433 or 208-863-3072. Dinner reservations should be made no later than January 25th.

Citizen of the Year nominations are due by January 18th. They can be turned in to a previous Citizen of the Year or one of the Chamber officers.

President’s Comments: Well, if you’re anything like me, you are still in shock that 2016 zipped by so fast and has taken its place in the amazing history of our little town. It is always such a joy to see everything lit up for the holidays. Congratulations to Tom & Julie Carpenter and Crossings Winery for winning the “Decorate the Town” contest. I can’t wait for the Chamber banquet and announcement of Citizen of the Year. Those are always so much fun! Call & get your tickets now.

I am honored to have been your Chamber President for a short time. Although it was a surprise, I learned a lot and discovered what a treasure we have in our citizens and some of our “Old Timers”. They really have seen it all and have a wisdom & determination that I truly admire. We could all use some lessons while they are still teaching.

I appreciate what David Payne accomplished while he was our President and I am looking forward to supporting Mike and the new Chamber Board this coming year. I hope you will join me in finding the time to volunteer and do what can be done to improve our community. Wishing you all a healthy, happy and prosperous 2017.

Julie Winter

The will of God will never take you where the Grace of God will not protect you.