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RSVP TODAY! October 2015 Membership Luncheon

Wednesday, October 21st, 11:30 AM
King County Assessor Lloyd Hara will touch on many subjects including what affects both your commercial and residential property values, how to navigate...


Candidate Forum - Black Diamond

Wednesday October 21st, 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Get to know the candidates for the Mayor and City Council of Black Diamond. The moderator is Grifan Cayce, M. Ed. Associate Attorney, Cayce Grove Law Offices.
 

Accelerator Business Discussion Group Series

THURSDAY, October 22nd: 10:00 AM - Noon Rescheduled in the Chamber Office!
Accelerator Business Discussion Group for High Growth Businesses Kirk Davis, Advisor Green River SBAC Watch the video   Program includes: Monthly discussion group Books titles for...
 

1st Annual Pumpkin Decorating Contest

Thursday, October 22 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Grab your pumpkins at Fountain Court Senior Living on October 22nd then return them on the 31st for expert judging by our residents! We will have prizes and treats for all who participate. ...
 

Free Docent Tours of Lake Wilderness Arboretum

Saturdays thru October
Free educational tours of Lake Wilderness Arboretum led by trained volunteers called docents leave from the gazebo at 10 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month. Free to the public, the Arboretum’s docent...
 

Ribbon Cutting - Ting-Wimberly CPA, PLLC

Tuesday, October 27th, 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM
We love our members so it's always exciting when we get to welcome another new member to our communities.  We'd like you to join us in welcoming Ting-Wimberly CPA, PLLC to the Chamber at...
 

City of Black Diamond Calendar


Invitation to Green River Small Business Center Webinar - Insights From Taiwan: Best Practices and Response to COVID-19

Join Green River Small Business Center and Continuing Education as we welcome Taiwanese officials in sharing what they have learned and how they have applied their knowledge to minimize the impact of the pandemic on their community. This event is free. Register today to learn how: How opening your business can be done in a safe and welcoming manner Procedures that allowed students to return to the classroom quickly Impactful efforts that minimized confirmed cases of Covid-19, such as protocols for airports, community spaces, and mass communication Best practices to implement and share locally to protect ourselves and others
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Invitation to Webinar with Senator Mark Mullet

You are invited to attend a Webinar with Senator Mark Mullet (hosted by the Issaquah Chamber) on Wednesday, June 3rd from 1pm to 2pm. State Senator Mark Mullet sits on the Economic Development & Trade Committee. He will be joining us in his official capacity to discuss what the state is doing and can do to support our economic recovery from the COVID pandemic.
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Inslee announces new SAFETY PLAN for reopening

Governor Inslee announced a new safety plan for reopening the State of Washington. The HEALTHY WASHINGTON plan replaces the old SAFE START plan. The state will be divided up into 8 regions based on health system resources. In order to move to a new Phase (currently we are in a Phase 1), regions will have to show a 10% decrease in trends in case rates; a 10% decrease in COVID hospital admission rates; an ICU occupancy rate that's less than 90% and a test positivity rate of less than 10%. In Phase Two, restaurants can open indoor dining at 25% capacity, fitness centers can open at 25% capacity and other increases in capacity for events can increase. You can read more about it here (Governor's COVID page - new info isn't out just yet) https://www.governor.wa.gov/issues/issues/covid-19-resources#Latest_news (New info will show up on this page when posted)
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Working WA Business Grant Round 3 Applications Opens TODAY!

Round 3: Working Washington Business Grants - $50 million Who can apply? These grants are prioritized for: Small businesses with annual revenues of $5 million or less in 2019 AND Businesses in the sectors that are most impacted by the recent public health measures as well as businesses in sectors that have experienced significant, cumulative impacts. Examples include full-service restaurants, fitness centers, bowling alleys and music and event venues. Certain nonprofits may also be eligible if they have a primary business activity that falls into a similar category as noted above. Example - a nonprofit full-service restaurant or nonprofit music venue. http://startup.choosewashingtonstate.com/working-washington-round-3/
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Chamber Signs on to AWB Letter to Senator Murray - Requesting Action on Economic Recovery For Businesses

Our Maple Valley Black Diamond Chamber of Commerce has joined other Chambers in the State and signed a letter that was transmitted Wednesday to Senator Murray with Association of Washington Business and the Grassroots Alliance. On behalf of the nearly 7,000 members of the Association of Washington Business, and the thousands of additional businesses represented by the undersigned organizations, we write today to ask for your help and for your leadership in Congress to take action to on the economic recovery for business in our state. The attached letter outlines the recommendations for your consideration. See letter in full blog.
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