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Chamber’s Women’s Council, ambassadors, leads groups meet Economic update includes wealth management info


Women’s Council meeting “Sell Yourself … Love Your Clients” is the title of


the Women’s Council meeting from 8 to 9:30 a.m. Tue., March 6 at the Chamber office. Speaker Victoria Trafton of Sell Yourself Smart will discuss the principles of effective self-promotion, including “mindset, what to say and how to say it.” Sponsored by Keller Williams Realty East Valley –


Nora Ellen, Everybody’s Auto Buyer & Consignment and Chandler Regional Medical Center, there is no cost to attend and door prizes are welcomed.


Ambassadors Learn more about the Chamber’s ambassadors, who


serve as hosts for Chamber events and are liaisons between the Chamber and the business community. The next meeting, sponsored by The Stadium Club, is 11:50 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tue., March 6 at the Chamber office for those who have been Chandler Chamber members for at least three months.


Business after Business Help kick off the Ostrich Festival and network with


other Chamber members in the next Business after Business meeting 5 to 7 p.m. Thu., March 8, hosted by Thorobred Chevrolet., 2121 N. Arizona Ave., north of Warner Road in Chandler. Bring business cards and door prizes. The


“Chamber Pot,” sponsored by Jeremy McClymonds, CRPC FORM Prosperity Wealth Advisors, is $200; members must be present to win. Cost is $5 for


members, $15 nonmembers and Chairman’s Circle Passes are accepted.


Economic Update Forum Luncheon “Generational Change: Back to the Future - How to


Perceive the Next 20 Years” is the subject of the next Economic Update Forum Luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wed., March 28 at Hilton Phoenix/ Chandler, 2929 W. Frye Rd. in Chandler. Sponsored by SRP, the East Valley Tribune, Rogers Corporation and in partner- ship with the City of Chandler, guest speaker is Wayne Strutzer, senior vice president of Advisor Consulting Group, RBC Wealth Management. Strutzer, who hosts a Sunday morning radio talk show and is on Fox 10 News daily, will discuss cur- rent events impacting the market. Cost is $20 for Chamber members, $25 for nonmembers.


Centennial Celebration The Chandler Chamber of Commerce turns 100


this year, and the Centennial Celebration will be at 4 p.m. Fri., April 27 at Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, 20000 S. Maricopa Rd., Gate 3 in Chandler. The celebration will feature food and fun. The Chandler Chamber of Commerce is at 25 S.


Arizona Pl., Suite 201 in downtown Chandler. For more information or to register for all events, visit the website at www.ChandlerChamber.com, con- tact the Chamber at info@chandlerchamber.com or call 480-963-4571.


www.SanTanSun.com


Downtown Gilbert to get history walk


A series of commemorative plaques created by Gilbert Leadership,


a program of the Gilbert Chamber of Commerce, will be placed on the historic sites of downtown Gilbert. About 15 to 17 plaques will include a picture of the building from


the past as well as a brief description about the building, location or event. Brochures with a map will be available at the Gilbert Historical Museum and Gilbert Heritage District merchants to guide participants through the Heritage District of downtown Gilbert. The History Walk will be in place by the end of April. In addition to the historical plaques, the Gilbert Historical


Museum will have updated landscaping installed in the front of the museum building to increase curb appeal and sustainability. The goal of both enhancements is to encourage residents and others to visit the museum and the downtown area. As a part of the Gilbert Leadership Program, each year the class is


required to complete a project that will benefit the town. In its 20th year, Gilbert Leadership elected to celebrate Gilbert’s early history when Gilbert was known as “The Hay Shipping Capital of the World.” Gilbert Leadership, through the Gilbert Historical Museum, is cur-


rently raising funds for the project with an estimated cost of $20,000. A number of corporate sponsors have committed to donating monies or materials; however, additional funds are needed and individuals may contribute to this exciting celebration of Gilbert’s history. Donations can be made to the Gilbert Historical Museum’s website at www.gilbertmuseum.org/getinvolved, where donors can indicate that the funds are to be used for this project. For more information about the fundraising efforts, contact Aimee


E. Ghimire at 480-516-1819. For more information about Gilbert Leadership or program spon-


sorship opportunities, contact Adrianne Lynch at 480-570-0600 or visit www.gilbertleadership.com.


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