Stop into the Chamber for a Membership Packet or print off below. Turn it in to the Membership Director if you can, if not, you can give it to the office front desk to be turned in.
Next, since the Clinton County Chamber has a board of directors a vote to accept the membership has to be made during our monthly board meetings. Once the application is accepted, you will be notified within the week of the meeting and will be added to our Chamber Member Master site.
Being apart of the Clinton County Chamber means you are apart of something bigger and better for the community.Take advantage of our Partnership Programs. You will be listed in the Chamber of Commerce Membership Directory for individuals to pick from for service and business. Multiple advertising opportunities, social media presense on our media platforms. Legislative access on the Local, State and Federal level. You and your business will be apart of the great economic opportunities Clinton County has to offer.
The Clinton County Chamber of Commerce runs on a highly selected Board of Directors. All Board Members are volunteer based, great role models in the community, and have high goals for Clinton County. The Chamber Board meets once a month to discuss various matters involving the community and the county. All Chamber Board Members are voted in by our Board and with the approval of our members. Our Chamber Board changes every year, to keep a fresh outlook with generating new ideas, and our board members have a set amount of years they can hold.
I see myself as a community promoter, highlighting the positives and finding solutions for the negatives. While working alongside community members to make a positive change and hopefully help write a narrative for Clinton County. Ensuring that every citizen is proud to call Clinton County home! One goal I have is to increase involvement in the Chamber and the community. United Way supports 19 organizations and most need volunteers and board members.
There are lots of organizations outside of United Way that need volunteers. We are fortunate to have so many opportunities to serve and take care of our own. The more people serve and give their time, the stronger we become as a whole. Secondly, I want us all to start engaging the younger generation, mentoring and encouraging them to not only step up, but step out and help. With this, Clinton County can reach its full potential. We are better together and they need to know we want them involved!