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Chamber welcomes new board members, officers
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Posted: 2012 Sep 21 - 00:36

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SEBASTIAN - At the September chamber luncheon held at Captain Hiram's, the chamber installed newly elected board members, Kim Ellis, Kim Ellis Insurance; Cynthia Hall, Law Office of VandeVoorde; and Hall and Sandi Gerhke; TD Bank.

The Chamber's Officers for 2012-13, include Debbi Vickers, Scripps Treasure Coast Newspapers, chairwoman; Theresa Tolle, Bay Street Pharmacy, vice chairwoman; Bob Daberkow, Southern Fulfillment Services, treasurer; and Sandi Gerhke, secretary.

Additionally the chair's appointments to the board include Chuck Mechling, Christy Lenz, Ali Qizalbish, Sue Tyson Parker and Patti Jamar.

Margie Duffell, past president of the chamber explained the duties and commitment of the board members at the luncheon and welcomed everybody to the organization.

The Sebastian River Area Chamber of Commerce was first organized in 1958 and serves the communities of Sebastian, Fellsmere, and unincorporated areas in northern Indian River County and Grant, Barefoot Bay, Micco and Little Hollywood in southern Brevard County.

The chamber is a pro-active member supported association of businesses, organizations and individuals, united in their efforts to support a healthy business environment, promote business development, encourage growth of tourism and use its collective strength to enhance the quality of life in the community.




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