A time to network

Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce held a Biz after Biz networking meeting compliments of Pownall Construction & Form Rental

Issy McLean pitches the Kettle River Seniors’ Association at the Boundary Country Regional Chamber of Commerce Biz After Biz networking session in the WBES gym last Saturday. BCRCC Executive Director James Wilson spoke to those attending about the benefits of chamber membership. Local business owners were given the opportunity to present a “show and tell” to the group and tables were set up for displays. Pownall Form Rental and Construction in Rock Creek sponsored the dinner that followed.

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