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Holden Area Chamber of Commerce Holds February Meeting

The Holden Area Chamber of Commerce heard a number of updates and discussed upcoming events at it’s monthly meeting Thursday, Feb. 1.

After the Pledge of Allegiance, a prayer and approval of minutes and financial statements the Chamber heard a presentation from Tamera Mortenson, President of the Holden Area Ministerial Alliance (HAMA).

Mortenson noted the officers and members of the Association and left posters to be distributed at local businesses and said all were invited to stop by the new food pantry building Saturday, Feb. 10 during the Chocolate Crawl.

In old business, it was reported that the newly refreshed Chamber website is live and looked great. Everyone was asked to use the web address, when sending emails to get the word out.

Helen Shoemaker then added that some of the membership funds had started flowing through the website.

It also was reported Holden is still in need of a Base Community Council (BCC) representative as a liaison to Whiteman Air Force to help support military families. The deadline to turn in a name as the BBC Representative was February 3, 2024.

In other reports, Holden Mayor Ray Briscoe said the City of Holden website is in progress, and the Chamber will be added to the website.

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