The video of Mayor Hall’s presentation at the last Public Forum session of the September Chamber meeting is now available here.
On June 23, representative of River RIdge Commerce Center made a presentation in Charlestown about activity at the site. That video is now available for viewing here.
December 15 – A&E Center
NOTE: Due to a scheduling conflict, the December meeting has been changed from Dec. 8 to Dec. 15
In a departure from our normal schedule, the next meeting of the Charlestown Chamber will be held at noon on June 23. The meeting will be held at the A&E Center, 999 Water Street.
A public information session about developments at River Ridge Commerce Center will be held at 12:30 PM. Everyone is invited.
Our newest member.
We welcome Jay C Foods to membership and urge you to visit them for all your grocery needs. And don’t forget the pharmacy, deli and bakery in the store. 🙂
Magnolia is the newest member of the Charlestown Chamber. They provide distribution services for Toyota. Watch for a future profile of Magnolia!
The December quarterly meeting of the Charlestown Chamber of Commerce was held on Thursday, December 10, 2015 at the Arts & Enrichment Center. Lunch began at 12 p.m. with sandwiches, chips, cookies and drinks from Subway of Charlestown. President Patrick Fleming opened the meeting with a brief recap of the year’s activities. John Spencer provided a brief update about goings-on in from the city’s perspective.
Ron Repp presented a detailed summary of the Chamber’s Job Fair that was held in October. A treasurer’s report was made available by Treasurer June Kruer. The 2015 Business of the Year Award was presented to NIBCO. Mr. Doering, plant manager of the Charlestown facility, received the award and followed with an outstanding PowerPoint presentation about NIBCO.
Mr. Ron Repp, long time member of the Chamber, was given a Lifetime Achievement Award. The meeting was adjourned.
This is a major article featuring Charlestown and the development that completion of the East End bridge will bring.