A Brief Overview
Join us for a no-charge, virtual community experience Thursday, December 10 from 6-7 pm. Please register by Noon, December 10. Neighbors, family and friends are invited to hear Oregon history together from one of Oregon’s most engaging speakers: Kerry Tymchuck, Executive Director of the Oregon Historical Society. He is joined by Eliza Canty-Jones, Editor of the Oregon Historical Quarterly. This presentation focuses on Oregon history. It is 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.
Small Business Administration – Friday, December 18 – 8:30-9:30 am: REGISTER HERE
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.
Education, Visibility, Advocacy, and Networking
Even if your business does little or no business in the community, our efforts still provide you with value in government advocacy and quality of life issues.
This Chamber works to keep our community strong.