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Lenox Chamber planning activities for 2023

The Lenox Area Chamber of Commerce is busy planning activities and events for the new year.
They started the year out with a members meeting on January 4 with a catered meal. Dennie Elliott was the keynote speaker and talked about his memories of growing up in Lenox.
New officers joining the executive board are Kathy Achenbach as vice-president and Tarran O’Riley as member-at-large. Becky Smith advanced from vice-president to president and Taylor Maynes will go from president to past president. Alison Larsen and Denise Robinson continue as members-at-large.
The Chamber will once again have their Valentine basket give away. They plan to have four baskets filled with donated items from local businesses. Sign up to win one of the baskets at AgriVision Equipment Group, Café Sign, CHI Health Clinic, Donald Keast CPA, City of Lenox, Chub’s Chicken, Chamber Office, Iowa State Savings Bank, Lenox Family Hardware, Lenox Medical Clinic, Lenox Municipal Utilities, Lenox Neighborhood Center, PCSB Bank, NuCara Pharmacy, Ramsey’s Ace Hardware, Tiger Den. Those entering must be at least 21 years of age.
The Fun Pianos Show will be back again this year for the annual Chamber meeting. It is planned for March 24 from 6-10 p.m. Tickets are available from the Chamber office or from executive board members. Cost is $35 each or a table of eight for $280. El Guero will be catering a taco bar and DMT Golf will run a cash bar. There will be award presentations and speakers during the night.
A ribbon cutting will be held for Fuller Family Dental at their open house on Tuesday, Jan. 31 at 207 N Main St.
Volunteers are always needed for committees that have events throughout the year. Committees include Membership, Promotion, Bright Lights, Depot Welcome Center, Old-Fashioned Fun Night, annual August Golf Tournament, June Par 3 Golf Tournament, Spotlight of the Week, Annual Meeting/Banquet, Light Pole Decorations, Ambassadors, Pocket Park Markets, Tourism, and Trunk or Treat Parade.
If you would like to volunteer on one of the committees, contact Sheila O’Riley at the Lenox Area Chamber. It’s a great way of giving back to your community.

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