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History: The Chamber was there

Chambers of Commerce have been around for more than 400 years and pre-date the Declaration of Independence and Revolutionary War in the United States. Arcadia Chamber of Commerce CEO Scott Hettrick's "The Chamber was There" presentation at the … (More)

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Helms icon at April’s Net Breakfast

Longtime Arcadia attorney James R. "Jim" Helms will be honored as an Arcadia Business Icon at the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Networking Breakfast on April 16, sponsored by Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary. The monthly tribute is a … (More)

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Invitation to Installation Dinner

This is the formal invitation to the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce's annual dinner on March 26 at the DoubleTree by Hilton for the installation of board members and officers for the coming year and the honoring of Citizens of the Year Jim and Terry Leahy and Corporate Community Contributor Foothill Credit Union, and … (More)

Sue Cook

Performing Arts at March Gov Affairs

Sue Cook, Executive Director of the Arcadia Performing Arts Foundation, will be the guest speaker at the next Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Forum sponsored by Singpoli. The Forum is scheduled for 8 a.m. Thursday, March 5, 2015, in the Chamber's conference room at 388 W. Huntington … (More)


Somogyi tells City Rec/Services story

More than 1,500 classes at the Community Center, 75 senior hot lunch meals served each day, 20,000 hours of volunteer work by 400 volunteers and 200 "volunteens," after-school activities at all six elementary schools serving 500 kids per week; programs at Wilderness Park that draw 120 kids per … (More)