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Feb05

Pendleton Chamber Names Megan Lauer as Interim Executive Director

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Pendleton Chamber Names Megan Lauer as Interim Executive Director

Pendleton, Or, February 5, 2018- The Pendleton Chamber of Commerce has announced that Megan Lauer has been named Interim Executive Director effective immediately. She has been with the Pendleton Chamber since October of 2014 as the Membership Coordinator.

Jan04

Letter from the President

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2018 will bring some changes for the Chamber, and some of those changes will be difficult for us, but we’re ready for it.

Letter from the President

2018 will bring some changes for the Chamber, and some of those changes will be difficult for us, but we’re ready for it. When I signed up to become president of the Chamber - I don’t think I could imagine inheriting it in a better position! Everything was setup to be a reaping year, and we had all the perfect staff to keep the organization ticking along, I didn’t expect to have much to worry about. Just when you think you have it all figured out, something changes and those great staff members that support your organization evolve into something new and decide to apply those talents to something new.

Jan04

New Year, New Endeavors.

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As 2018 begins, I find myself saying goodbye to the Chamber and hello to a new position with Umatilla County.

New Year, New Endeavors.

As 2018 begins, I find myself saying goodbye to the Chamber and hello to a new position with Umatilla County. I have mixed emotions. I have spent 10 years with the Chamber. Almost 4 years as the Office Manager, 3 months as the interim Executive Director and 6 years as the Executive Director. Wow! Hard to believe. The time has flown by and the Chamber has been constantly involved with the community and working hard to promote Pendleton and its businesses. It has been a privilege to work for the Chamber and for you, its members!

Jan04

Megan's Musings - January

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Megan's Musings - January

The Chamber works hard to get people, both tourists and locals, to our member businesses. There are three special programs that we run that our members have the option of participating in: Dine Around, Shop Around; Pendleton Bucks; and the Charm Trail. 

Jan04

Economic Development Committee January Notes

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Economic Development Committee January Notes

Last year, I challenged people to be curious and step outside their comfort zones. Hopefully, you did and learned something new about yourself or your community.  This year, I have a new challenge for you—What do you love about Pendleton?

Upcoming Events

Legislative Update

  • Measure 101 Brief +

    We have had several inquiries from OSCC members who have been contacted by proponents/opponents for Measure 101. Chambers need to understand the tension surrounding this issue as individual chamber members will likely have strong feelings on both sides of the debate. Read More
  • OSCC prepares for 2018 Legislative Session +

    As OSCC prepares for the upcoming 2018 Legislative Session, here are a few items to be aware of and ways you and your members can get involved. Read More
  • Cleaner Air Oregon comments deadline extended +

    We can't stress enough how important it is for your chamber, and your members, to provide comment to DEQ on the new 'Cleaner Air Oregon' regulations. Read More
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Member News

  • Be A Vendor at the Hermiston Home & Outdoor Show +

    Remodelers, Builders, Kithchen & Bath, Custom Cabinets, Fence & Decks, Spas, Windows & Doors and MUCH MORE!!! Read More
  • Pendleton Center for the Arts Winter Classes +

    FREE FOR ALL! (UP TO AGE 12 OR SO)EVERY SATURDAY, 9:30 – 10:15 AM.   Stop in for a fun, free Saturday morning art project with one of our creative and enthusiastic staff members. Pop your head in or stay for the whole session! Kids under 8 must be accompanied by a parent or older pal to help them with the project. Read More
  • BMCC CPR & First Aid Class Schedule for 2018 +

    BMCC Class Schedule for January-June 2018 Read More
  • Blue Mountain Wildlife Newsletter +

    Blue Mountain Wildlife is the largest rescue, rehabilitation, and education organization serving Eastern Oregon & South Eastern Washington. Read More
  • Notice of Election of City Officials +

    This is a four-year term ~ If you or someone you know has interest in running for the Ward III position please stop by the Administrative Office located at City Hall to pick up an application Read More
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