From Enterprise Staff
The Livingston-Polk County Chamber of Commerce is currently updating its database with ChamberMaster and QuickBooks. Once the update is complete, chamber members will be able to update, correct or change their information; register for chamber events; add events to the calendar; set up reminders; and see what invoices payments are applied to.
“As we move forward in 2022, I would like to thank you for your support, as we continue to strive to enhance the success of business, tourism and civic interests of Polk County,” President Yvonne L. King said. “I ask you, ‘What can the chamber do for you today?’”
Upcoming ribbon cuttings include Worthy Soft Wash at 10:30 a.m. May 11 at the chamber office and First Community Financial Group at 115 W. Polk at 1:30 p.m. on May 18.
The chamber’s next learning lunch is slated for May 17. The program will be “Tips on Making Your Business Grow” and will be presented by Jessica Andreas of TheraCare Home Health and Christina Wood of Kindred Hospice.
The next Power Hour with the Chamber is slated for 8-9 a.m. June 7 at The Bull Shack. It’s a time to network over coffee so bring your business cards and mingle.
The next quarterly membership meeting is scheduled for June 28 at Cho-Yeh Camp & Conference Center. Polk County Emergency Management Coordinator Courtney Comstock will be the guest speaker.