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Chamber Chat

Ponca City Now - January 21, 2019 8:55 am

Rich Cantillon

Have you purchased tickets to the 125th Annual Chamber Banquet? If not, you sure don’t want to miss this fun evening. Tickets are now available at the Chamber office located at Fifth Street and Grand Avenue. They are $40 each.

The Chamber banquet will be held on Thursday, Jan. 31 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Phillips 66 atrium. You enter through Gate F. To purchase your tickets just phone the Chamber Office at 765-4400 and we will mail them to you. Or you can come by the Chamber office at Fifth Street and Grand Avenue to purchase your tickets.

RCB Bank will host a reception for all Chamber banquet ticket holders from 4 to 6 p.m. at their downtown location. It is always a lot of fun.

Senator Bill Coleman is our master of ceremony. Pastor Glenn Nestlerod with the First Christian Church will give the invocation. We will recognize our Business of the Year, Industry of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and our Outstanding Citizen of the Year. Kerri Bowman, David Myers, Dr. Bill Stuever and Diane Anderson will all make these presentations.

Both 2018 Chamber Chair Mandy Morris and 2019 Chamber Chair Erik Peitz will speak. Rich Cantillon, President of the Chamber, will give the State of the Chamber address. Dinner is provided by Sodexo.

This week our Finance and Executive Committee will meet, along with our Tourism Bureau and Ponca Politics Committee.

 

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