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Sparwood Chamber AGM well-attended

Starting from the back row from left-right: Sharon Strom, Alex Millar, John Baher, Karen Sheets and Ryan Doehle. Front Row left to right: Sandy Storey, Norma McDougall, Tammie Davy, Marjorie Templin, Rosa Gilmar.                  Photo by D. Hamilton -
Starting from the back row from left-right: Sharon Strom, Alex Millar, John Baher, Karen Sheets and Ryan Doehle. Front Row left to right: Sandy Storey, Norma McDougall, Tammie Davy, Marjorie Templin, Rosa Gilmar. Photo by D. Hamilton
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Sparwood Chamber of Commerce doubled its attendance from last year at its annual general meeting last week.

Forty people attended the event at the Causeway Bay Hotel last Wednesday and a new President and board was announced.

“It was a huge success,” said Michael Decker, Sparwood Chamber of Commerce Manager.

“I think the attendance was a recognition of our process of renewal and the new direction the Chamber is heading.

“People came from outside Sparwood to attend, and I think this shows Sparwood’s is the chamber to be a part of now and going into the future.

“I think the new management is showing a willingness to work with businesses and this is really pushing us forward.”

A.T.

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