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Keep....Start....Stop.....

Your input is valuable to us! We truly want to know how we can better support you and your business. Please help us help you by filling out this short 3 questions survey. We are asking what should we START doing, STOP doing and KEEP doing! Thank you for you time.
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October Chamber Luncheon & Candidate Forums

This is your opportunity to be an informed voter. There are multiple opportunities to hear from the candidates running for Black Diamond City Council, Maple Valley City Council and Tahoma School Board. October Chamber Luncheon Wednesday, October 16th - Candidate Forum for Black Diamond & Maple Valley City Council Candidates as well as Tahoma School District Candidates. Evening Candidate Forum on Thursday, October 17th 6:45pm at Tahoma High School Performing Art Center.
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Chamber Sponsored Candidate Forums - Be An Informed Voter!

This is your opportunity to be an informed voter. There are multiple opportunities to hear from the candidates running for Black Diamond City Council, Maple Valley City Council and Tahoma School Board. We kick off the Chamber sponsored forums on Tuesday, October 8th with the Black Diamond City Council Candidate Forum held at the Black Diamond Community Center. The Forum will start at 6:30pm with a Meet and Greet and then move into the program at 6:45. The next opportunity to hear from the candidates will be on Wednesday, October 16th at the monthly Chamber Luncheon. All candidates running for Black Diamond and Maple Valley City Council along with the Tahoma School Board will be in attendance. For meeting details click here. And finally, the Maple Valley City Council and Tahoma School Board Candidate Forum will be held on Thursdays, October 17th at 6:30pm at the Tahoma High School Performing Arts Center. The Meet and Greet starts at 6:30pm and then moves into the program around 6:45pm.
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"We must all suffer from one of two pains--the pain of discipline or the pain of regret. The difference is discipline weighs ounces while regret weighs tons."   . . Jim Rohn

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