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Highlights shown for each newsletter may not be a complete list of the issue's contents. Archives are kept online for a period of one year. Newsletters are distributed through e-mail to Chamber members each month, and made available here on our website.

 

2018

APRIL
Administrative Professionals Luncheon - April 25; Relay for Life; Trash Pick-up events; Tall Ships 2018 coming to Galveston; Lee College events; Harvest Event Center nearing completion; Liberty County Resiliency Workshop for long term community growth and planning.

MARCH
(Note: The correct date for the Monthly Business Luncheon is Wednesday, March 21st).
Monthly Business Luncheon - guest speaker Wesley Wells, Education Center Director for Lee College Education Center of South Liberty County; Chamber Banquet recap; summer employment for students at Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge; Memorial Hermann opens three new sports medicine and rehabilitation clinics; LifeShare blood drives; Chamber representatives attend Gulf Coast Chamber Executives Annual Leadership Conference; local businesses announce Third Thursday on Sam Houston Street event; Administrative Professionals Luncheon reservation form available.

FEBRUARY
42nd Annual Chamber Awards Banquet with guest speaker Art Rascon; 2018 Chamber Board of Directors and Executive Officers; Chamber volunteers attend travel show; updated Visitors Brochures for 2018; tax season scams and frauds; door prize donations for January luncheon.

JANUARY
Monthly Business Luncheon - guest speaker Gary McHenry, Firm Administrator, Sullins & Johnston, Attorneys at Law; 2018 Chamber Awards Banquet coming up in February; Hurricane Harvey Counseling Services available; Coats Jewelers celebrates 85 years in business; Texas unemployment rate lowest in four decades (November 2017).


2017

DECEMBER
Monthly Business Luncheon - guest speaker Frank Jordan, Nutritional Scientific Corp., showcasing his Christmas collection of unique, one-of-a-kind items from all over the world; Chamber Gift Certificates; Annual Chamber Awards Banquet coming February 27; 2018 Chamber activities; secure holiday shopping; area unemployment rates.

NOVEMBER
Monthly Business Luncheon - guest speaker Pi-Yi Mayo, elder law attorney; public input meeting on Grand Parkway project aesthetics; clean-up event in downtown Liberty; two free courses offered to the public through Lee College; Country Christmas and Citizen of the Year information; Health Claims Plus celebrates 20 years in business.

OCTOBER
Monthly Business Luncheon - Stuart Marcus, Refuge Manager and Bonnie Campisi, Administrative Officer from the Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge; books for sale at the Chamber; Country Christmas parade form; City of Liberty shred event; Citizen of the Year forms.

SEPTEMBER - no newsletter sent.

AUGUST
Monthly Business Luncheon - program by Chamber members talking about their businesses; Chamber Auction recap; hunting opportunities at Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge; Walk With A Doc event; 10-week series for families and caregivers coping with dementia; Small Business Administration workshops; 5th Annual Patriot Day Golf Tournament; community blood drives.

JULY - no newsletter sent.

JUNE
Please note: the Monthly Business Luncheon will be held Wednesday, June 21st. The date in the newsletter is incorrect.
Monthly Business Luncheon guest speaker: Rosanna Kallay with Mont Belvieu Urgent Care; Annual Chamber Auction update; new and renewing members; June event highlights.

MAY
Monthly Business Luncheon - County Judge Jay Knight; Chamber Radio Day; Chamber Gift Certificate program; Distant Travel - new Baytown location; new members, ribbon cuttings & events.

APRIL
Administrative Professionals Day luncheon; detailed Grand Parkway map available for download; Chamber Radio Day coming up in May; summer employment opportunities at Trinity River National Wildlife Refuge; Business Expo 2017 recap; videos of 2017 Chamber Awards Banquet available; Liberty Spring Fling trash removal and beautification event; rededication for Parker Children's Park in Dayton.