MEET SOME OF OUR BUSINESS OWNERS AND COMMUNITY LEADERS
These businesses were Friday networking hosts when the Chamber moved to Virtual networking. Sign up today to be a business host for 2021.
CLICK ON THE LINK for a video from the featured speakers and businesses:
Oswego Wealth Management with Dave Riback (7.17.2020)
SQ Merchant Services with Steven Quick (7.24.2020)
Mt. Hood Territory / Tourism and Cultural Affairs with Samara Phelps (7.31.2020)
The Move Makers, Carolyn Rowe (8.7.2020)
Meadows Executive Office Suites with Jenna Young (8.7.2020)
Lions Club with Genevive Ford, plus 90 second business pitches by participating Chamber members (8.14.2020)
Zupan’s with Eleanor Wilkinson, and introducing Emma Burke, City Council (8.28.2020)
Hasson Realtors and Meals on Wheels, introducing Joe Buck for Mayor (9.4.2020)
LO Sustainability Network plus introducing Melissa Fireside for City Council (9.18.2020)
Arts Council of LO with Nicole Nathan (9.25.2020)
Meals on Wheels with Malcom Matthes, and Introducing John Lamotte for Mayor (10.9.2020)
JAG Forms with Sara Gundell (10.16.2020)
Oregon Health Authority with Kirsten Aird (10.23.2020)
Back N’Line Chiropractic with Dr. Rami Layous (10.30.2020)
Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies with Stephanie Vlahos (11.13.2020)
Lola’s Café Bar with Joe Buck and Katy Alstat (11.20.2020)
CloudMinders IT with Jeremy Davis (12.4.2020)
Samuels Yoelin Kantor LLP with Anastasia Yu Meisner (01.08.2021)
Homestreet Bank with Matthew Burford (1.15.2021)
Kamind IT with Mike Class (1.22.2021)
Arts Council of LO with Nicole Nathan (1.29.2021)
A Brief Overview
Link to the December 10 program click here.
This presentation focused on Oregon history. It was coordinated by the Oswego Heritage Council and the LO Chamber of Commerce in partnership with the City of Lake Oswego, LO School District, LO Review, Respond to Racism, LO Sustainability Network, Arts Council of LO, LO Corporation, LO Library, LO Rotary, African American Women of LO, Lakewood Center for the Arts, Hope Community Church, LO United Methodist Church.
2020 The Guide to Lake Oswego
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Whats Coming Up
This Chamber has been a driving force in the City of Lake Oswego for over 75 years, promoting success in the business community by fostering a supportive and diverse business environment.
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