Chamber hosts Greater Vernon's elected leadership
VERNON – The Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce is bringing the region’s elected leadership together to discuss common issues and challenges.
On June 17, the Chamber will host its annual State of the Region town hall, and it will feature representatives from Coldstream, the Okanagan Indian Band, Regional District of North Okanagan and Vernon.
“This is a tremendous opportunity to hear directly from our local jurisdictions about the services they provide, the economy and their vision for the future,” said Dan Proulx, Greater Vernon Chamber general manager.
“As our region moves towards post-pandemic recovery, it is important to understand the distinct qualities of each area but also where cooperation can flourish for the good of all residents.”
Participating in the virtual town hall are:
Victor Cumming, City of Vernon mayor
Jim Garlick, District of Coldstream mayor
Ryan Oliverius, Okanagan Indian Band councillor
Rochelle Saddleman, Okanagan Indian Band councillor
Amanda Shatzko, Regional District of North Okanagan vice-chair
The town hall runs from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. and is open to Chamber members.
Registration is at https://business.vernonchamber.ca/events/details/chamber-town-hall-state-of-the-region-4735?calendarMonth=2021-06-01
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Dan Proulx, General Manager
Greater Vernon Chamber of Commerce
P: 250-545-0771 E: firstname.lastname@example.org