[Belmont Chamber] Event/Activity Reminder

  • From: "Charmaine Hope" <director@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "Chamber Subscribers" <belmontchamber@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 16:52:54 -0800

Econ forumDear Chamber member:

This is your event/activity reminder for the week of Jan 19:

Monday, January 19

The Chamber office as well as Belmont City Hall will be closed in observance of 
Martin Luther King Jr. Day.

Wednesday, January 21

Look Good! Feel Good! Business Showcase Organizing Committee Meeting, 2:30 pm, 
San Carlos Chamber of Commerce. Look out for information regarding how you can 
participate in this exciting event.


Thursday, January 22

Bayside Chiropractic hosted mixer, 5-7 pm. Please support this event hosted by 
Chamber members Dr. Arlan and Joan Young. Bayside Chiropractic is located at 
1200 Brittan Avenue, San Carlos, at the corner of Brittan and Laurel. There 
will be some great door prizes!

Saturday, January 24

City of Belmont Economic Development Summit, 9 am - 1 pm, Twin Pines Senior & 
Community Center. Your Chamber representatives will be active participants in 
this summit.


Planning Ahead

February 3: Economic Forum featuring Doug Henton, CEO of Collaborative 
Economics. Mr. Henton has more than 20 years' experience in economic 
development. He will be giving us an economic update as well as forecasts and 
projections for the coming year. This Forum is jointly sponsored by the San 
Carlos Chamber of Commerce. A flyer with more information is attached. (Please 
use this flyer instead of the one in the newsletter since there is a date 


Special Announcement

The City of Belmont is currently recruiting Belmont residents interested in 
serving on various City Commissions.  The deadline to apply is 5:00 P.M. 
Friday, January 23, and the application is available on the City's website: 
www.belmont.gov under "City Clerk Homepage, by calling (650) 595-7413, or in 
person at the City Clerk's Office, 1070 Sixth Avenue, Suite 301.

There are three openings on the Parks and Recreation Commission.

Two openings for Youth seats on the Parks and Recreation Commission, ages 

There are three openings on the Arts Commission.

There are two vacancies and two seats set to expire on the Finance Commission.


This is a wonderful opportunity to make a contribution to your community.

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