The Crown Point Chamber of Commerce will meet Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the Knapp Senior Center to make plans for the spring and discuss other business. The meeting will include a pot luck dinner.
The Crown Point Chamber of Commerce is looking forward to spring.
The group will meet Tuesday, Dec. 6, at 6:30 p.m. at the Knapp Senior Center to make plans for the spring and discuss other business.
“The focus of the meeting will be coming up with a community project for the spring,” said nancy Ockrin, chamber co-chairwoman. “We’re looking for idea; something the we can do as a chamber to improve the community.”
The meeting will include a pot luck dinner. People attending are asked to Email Ockrin at firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate if they are bringing an appetizer, salad, casserole or desert.
Frenchman’s Restaurant will provide a ham for the meal.
Door prizes from Norm’s Bait & Tackle and Stone Bridge and Caves will be given away.
Those attending are also asked to consider bringing canned goods or unwrapped toys that will be donated to area needy families.
Ockrin said the chamber’s newest member — the Knapp Senior Club — will be recognized during the meeting. The chamber, which formed last February, now has 39 members.
“We welcome any prospective business, interested community group or individuals to join the chamber,” Ockrin said. “Anyone interested in the community is welcome.”