Patti Hagata, Executive Director
The Chamber board elected Kerri Cobb, US Bank Branch Manager/Business Banking Officer, to the board at the May board meeting held last week. She applied to serve on the board because she loves this area and would like to be involved with a business organization that is working to promote Lassen County and would like to be a part of helping to bring new businesses to the community. Kerri is a long time resident of the community and is also involved with Soroptimist, Lassen County Food Council, and Student Turn 4 Greatness. Please join us in welcoming her to the board.
Mark your calendar to attend the Thursday, May 26th Chamber Mixer that will be hosted by Anytime Fitness, from 5:30 to 7:30pm, at 2635 Main Street, Susanville. You do not need to be a Chamber member to attend; everyone is welcomed to stop by to mingle with friends and business associates.
The Annual Main Cruise Classic Car Show n’ Shine is planned for Saturday, June 25, from 2 to 7pm. After many years of holding the event in Historic Uptown Susanville the committee has relocated the event to Susanville’s Memorial Park. The venue change will provide more shade and attendees are encouraged to bring a lawn chair to enjoy the day. In addition, the event will feature an arts and crafts show, live music featuring “Fourgery” and food and beverages will be available throughout the day. If you are interested in participating in this year’s event, as a car show participant, or as an arts and crafts vendor, applications can be downloaded at www.lassencountychamber.org or call the office at 257-4323 to have an application forwarded to you.
The Chamber office is open Monday thru Friday, 9am to 4pm. We are located at 75 North Weatherlow Street and can be reached at 257-4323. The Chamber staff is available to provide information to those visiting the community and who are looking for area, business, and event information. You can also check us out on the web at www.lassencountychamber.org and on Facebook, Lassen Chamber. We are a great place to obtain many community resources including maps, business information, visitor’s guides and phone books just to name a few of the many things available in the visitors information center.