April 20, 2010
Weekly Chamber Broadcast Email ~ The Chamber Means Business

Calendar of Events

Health and Business Fair Coming Your Way

Save the date of May 15th and plan to join us at the Boulder City Rec. Center for the Annual Health and Business Fair sponsored by the Boulder City Hospital and the Boulder City Chamber. 

Just as in previous years, many health related services will be offered and you'll have the opportunity to browse booths in the expo hall for all your families needs.

If you'd like to have a booth at this event, please contact the Chamber for an application.

Do you want to be a part of all the fun?

We're looking for volunteers and you're the right fit!!!!  We have the time slots listed below that we'd love to have you join us helping to make Spring Jam a great success in BC.  Just reply or call the office and let us know where you'd like to bee a part of the winning team.  Please click on the link below.


Community Sign Meeting

Mary Martini, from NDOT, will be at City Hall on May 11th at 1:30pm to review signage questions and presenting ideas regarding NDOT signs in Boulder City.   This is your opportunity to express your solutions and concerns.

Member News

Ribbon Cutting

Be sure to stop by Paradise Tans for their ribbon cutting on Thursday, April 22 at 5:30pm.  They are located on Nevada Highway behind Adobe Realty.  Come meet Doug and Slade and take a minute to try the Turbo Sonic!!

Seussical the Musical

The Boulder City High School will present Seussical the Musical this Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the High School Auditorium.  The Chamber now has tickets for this event on sale in our office.

AAUW Fundraiser

Saturday, May 1, 2010: 6-9 PM. "Chocolate and Wine Tasting" on the patio of the Boulder Dam Hotel. Help AAUW raise money for local scholarships, $10 for all the chocolate and wine you can consume!

Exchange Student Families Needed

CETUSA, a State Department approved organization,  is looking for a family to house a foreign student for the academic year. These students have been carefully screened and it is a chance to show how friendly we Americans can be.  Life long friends have been made in this way. Students from Germany, France, Italy, Thailand and a total of 50 different countries want to come to America for an academic year at our local schools. If anyone is interested contact Gordon Ball at 293-4147.

National Letter Carriers Annual Food Drive

This will take place this year on May 8, 2010 and Albertsons has partnered with Goodwill, United Way and the Girl Scouts to make this event an overwhelming success. All food donations will stay here in Boulder City and the recipient is Boulder City Emergency Aid. The girl scouts will be in front of Albertsons, but instead of selling cookies will be asking for donations for money to buy food with or non-perishable food donations.

All food is welcome, so look in your pantries and find that food you wanted to try but never ate. Foods from other retailers will be accepted and of course you can give the food to your letter carrier, but Albertsons will serve as a central location to drop off.  Boulder City Emergency Aid could use your support.

Constable Candidates

Five candidates for Boulder City Constable will talk and meet with interested voters at the Boulder City Library, April 20, 6:30-7:30 p.m. The program is sponsored by Boulder City Republican Women evening group. Light refreshments will be served and the public is invited to attend. For further information, call the BCRW information hotline at 393-1228.

Chamber Happenings - April 20, 2010

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