Norm’s Bait and Tackle will host the Crown Point Chamber of Commerce June 25 meeting. This will be a appetizer, salad and dessert pot luck.Norm’s Bait and Tackle will supply the food for grilling. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.
Crown Point Norm’s Bait and Tackle will host the Crown Point Chamber of Commerce June 25 meeting.
This will be a appetizer, salad and dessert pot luck.Norm’s Bait and Tackle will supply the food for grilling. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.
“All members and prospective members are encouraged to attend,” said Nancy Ockrin, chamber co-chairwoman. “This is a chance to network with old friends and meet new ones. The business community, local non-profits and invested community-minded individuals have been working well together for the past two years for the benefit of Crown Point and surrounding locale.
“We are here for you,” Ockrin said. “This is a labor of love and our desire is to simply continue to promote all the benefits and beauty of living in this section of the Adirondacks.”
The chamber slogan is “Building a Bridge to a Strong and Dynamic Community,” which was adopted during the construction of the new Lake Champlain Bridge. The Crown Point chamber was formed two years ago while the bridge was being built.
The group has two new officers this year — Cindy Bodette as treasurer and Wendy Terbeek as secretary.
”We continue to grow,” Ockrin said, ”and most recently welcomed Adirondack Dental Health Associates, Wagon Wheel Restaurant, Lakeside Regional Church and Mountain Petroleum.”
The Crown Point Chamber of Commerce has contributed to school scholarships, the annual community Thanksgiving dinner, Relay for Life, Hammond Library outreach, Crop Walk, Penfield Museum and its events, town beautification, the New York/Vermont Bridge 5K race, Monitor Bay fishing clinic, Monitor Bay Park celebration, Memorial Day events, Crown Point Trunk or Treat, Crown Point Bridge celebration and the Crown Point Visitor’s Center renovation celebration,
The June 25 door prizes will be provided by Norm’s Bait and Tackle, Stoney Lonesome Bed and Breakfast and McDonald’s.
“Besides the regular business meeting, food and fun, members will begin to put together the signature chamber welcoming baskets for new to the area Crown Point residents,” Ockrin said.
For information about the June 25 meeting or the chamber, contact Ockrin at firstname.lastname@example.org. or 597-3754.