There will be a Lunch n’ Learn Seminar on May 21, from 12 noon to 1 p.m. in the Chamber Board Room. Participants are asked to bring their lunch. The topics will include requirements for being a town vendor, how to respond to solicitations, and how to host a special event on town-owned facilities.
The presenters will include: Pamela Black, Management Analyst; Matt Egan, Operations Manager; Katie Davidson, Special Events & Rental Facilities Manager- RSVP by May 18 to the Chamber (928) 684-5479.
The Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce is pleased to recognize the efforts and contributions of dedicated information specialists, ambassadors, and newsletter volunteers. Last year, the in-house volunteers donated 12,118 hours to the Wickenburg Chamber of Commerce, which equals a total value of $292,529.00 at the federally established rate.
The Wickenburg Way spirit is immediately recognizable in and around the Chamber Office and Visitor Center, thanks to the skills, talent, knowledge, and enthusiasm of our volunteers.
Volunteers of the Year Announced
On Saturday, May 4 during the Spring Street Dance and Food Truck Fest, the chamber acknowledged over 200 volunteers during the evening with ‘Operation Thank You.’ The volunteers were given meal tickets to purchase their own dinner from their favorite food vendor.
Five volunteers were chosen as this year’s recipients. They were: Mike Heath, Geri Fair, Paul Hughes, Molly & Richard Atwood. We sincerely thank you for your generous time and support throughout the year!
Arizona Diamondbacks – Wickenburg Day
Wickenburg Day will be Sunday, July 7 at Chase Stadium as the D ’Backs take on the Colorado Rockies at 1:07 p.m. – tickets are on sale now at www.dbacks.com/Wickenburg. For more information call the chamber at 928-684-5479.
Business after Hours Mixer – TODAY
Members and their guests are invited to attend our BAH Mixer, hosted by Gila Monster Eatery on West Wickenburg Way. Meet the owners Justin and Kendra Escamilla and their staff and learn about their services. The mixer is from 5:30 - 7 p.m. The cost is $7.00 per person.
Historic Depot Renovation Update
The Round Up Foundation has been finishing the interior restoration of the 1895 Santa Fe Depot in the theme of the film 3:10 to Yuma. A donation of $310 will help reach the goal of raising $163,000 but a contribution of any amount is welcome. The Round Up Foundation is matching dollar for dollar contributions. Stop in the chamber office to see the progress of this landmark to historic downtown.
Graduations are underway for colleges, high schools and eighth grade promotions. Local merchants can assist you with selecting a perfect gift.