Announcement of 2014 Ted Robertson Community Service Award
Press Conference Invitation:
The Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a press conference in the Chamber “Mercy Leadership Center”
10 N. 9th Street, Tuesday, July 29th at 10:00am to announce the recipient(s) of the…
2014 Ted Robertson - Community Service Award
The Ted Robertson Community Service Award was established in 1989 by the Past Chairs of the Board of the Greater Yakima Chamber, to honor a person each year who has made significant contributions to the betterment of the Yakima Valley.
Ted Robertson, publisher of the Yakima Herald Republic from 1938 to 1972, believed that “good fortune earned in a community should be shared with that community.”
He was a major contributor to worthy causes in Yakima in an effort to improve the quality of life for all the citizens of Yakima. Ted believed in honoring individuals for their distinguished commitment to community service.
The Ted Robertson Community Service Award recipient(s) will be honored at the Annual Greater Yakima Chamber Awards ~ Black &White Gala, Thursday, October 9th, at the Yakima Valley Sundome at State Fair Park. Celebrate with us as we present Yakima’s most prestigious Community Service Award. For ticket information call the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce: 509.248.2021 online www.yakima.org
Government Affairs Committee - 7/22 Auditor Candidate Forum
Yakima County Auditor Candidate Forum
Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce - Government Affairs Committee Meeting. Members in good standing are encoraged to attend, 4th Tuesday of the month at noon.
Government Affairs Committee
Government Affairs Committee Meetings are open to all members in good standing, 4th Tuesday of the month at noon at the Chamber - Brown Bag lunch Meetings
Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce -- Government Affairs Committee
WA 14th Legislative District Position 2 Candidate Forum
Paul George -- Gina McCabe -- Ben Shoval -- Adam Yoest
This is a portion of the candidate forum held at the Chamber on June 24th 2014
(In this video)
1. Opening Statements and Introduction
2. If elected what will you do to improve Central Washington Business Climate?
3. How would you close the gap between State revenue and planned spending?
4. What is your position of the Governor's proposed carbon cap and trade system and the low carbon fuel standard?
Leadership Yakima Class of 2014
The Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce and Yakima Chamber Foundation Congratulates the Leadership Yakima Graduates of 2014
Yakima, Washington (June 18, 2014) - The Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce our 28th graduating class of Leadership Yakima.
Leadership Yakima is a program designed to develop future leaders for our community. Participants learn about our valley’s history, learn many rea-sons to be proud of our valley, build relationships with their classmates, and learn how our community gets things done. The program was designed to teach our current and emerging leaders the skills necessary to serve our diverse community and provides an opportunity to discover many different organizations and agencies that need volunteers and board members.
Leadership Yakima Class of 2014
Ben Beckman - Solarity Credit Union
Justin Bellamy - Huibregtse, Louman Associates, Inc.
Evan Casteel - Yakima Valley Memorial Hospital
Adam Coe - Yakima Federal Savings and Loan Assoc.
Jeff Cowman - Memorial Hospital/Sleep Center
Amanda Cutter - Avail Home Health, Inc.
Carly Faul - Central Washington Home Builders Assoc.
Kelly Fox - Tacoma Goodwill
Scott Haney - Shields Bag and Printing
Christie Herbst - Yakima Waste Systems, Inc.
Charlotte Hinderlider - Yakima Valley Libraries
Alex Juarez - Banner Bank
Linda Leavitt - WA State Dept. of Corrections
Eva Lounsbury - Tree Top, Inc.
Luz Monroy - La Casa Hogar
Lacey Offutt - Halverson Northwest Law Group
Stephanie Ray - Huibregtse, Louman Associates, Inc.
Tricia Robertson - Memorial Physicians
Chelsea Marie Snodgrass - Perry Technical Institute
Jon Trenkenschuh - Evergreen Financial Services, Inc.,
Sara Willson - Solarity Credit Union