The North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce announced the 2014 Director of the Year and Volunteer of the Year award winners at last week’s Business After Hours.
The Betty Alcorn Memorial Award for Director of the Year has been awarded to a director of the North Bay and District Chamber of Commerce since 1977, and the Mary Ellen Horner Memorial Award for Volunteer of the Year has been awarded to a committee volunteer since 2002.
With changes occurring at the Chamber with regards to our AGM which has traditionally seen the awards presented in the fall and now moved to spring, the January Business After Hours was determined the best location this year to present the 2014 awards.
Special thank you to the Rotary Club of North Bay, hosts of the Business After Hours event in January at Osprey Links Golf Course Clubhouse, for … Read More »
Mallory Chaput is a graduate from the Bachelor of Commerce program of Nipissing University, with a focus on financial management, and partaking in managerial accounting. Mallory also has two diplomas, one for Small Business Management from Canadore College and the other for Cosmetic Techniques and Manage-ment from Sheridan College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning.
In addition to her role as Project Coordinator at Karen Jones Consulting Inc., Mallory is an Events Coordinator for the Downtown Improvement Area of North Bay. Working in partnership with the City of North Bay, Mallory has coordinated a series of events, one including the Cruisin’ Downtown 6 car show and the upcoming Vacant Building Tour event. She works closely with the Economic Development Department within the City of North Bay, doing research and presentat … Read More »
Dear Chamber Member:
United Way Sudbury and Nipissing Districts is about to embark in the planning process for a new three year Strategic Plan and we want to hear from you! Our Board of Directors and staff are looking forward to preparing the Strategic Plan with the feedback we receive from donors, partners, volunteers, leaders as well as citizens in our community.
United Way’s current mission, vision and values are as follows:
Our Mission is to create opportunities for a better life for everyone in our communities.
Our Vision is to improve lives and build community by engaging individuals and mobilizing collective action.
Outlined in our survey is a series of questions that we would appreciate your answers to. This survey should only take 10 minutes of your time and will serve as an important to … Read More »