112 E. Paul Ave.
P.O. Box 638
Pauls Valley, OK 73075
All Aboard for our Nautical Adventure!
Here's your checklist for the spirited Chamber Celebration banquet that sets sail Tuesday, April 21.
What to Wear on Our Cruise
Why Join the Chamber?
“I joined the Pauls Valley Chamber going on 6 years ago, and have done very little advertising. Many of my initial customers came from people using the Chamber’s website that lists the various area business. Most of them said they wanted to support local small business, and used the website and other Chamber events to discover who the local people were. To me, this Chamber represents the best that Pauls Valley and the surrounding area has to offer ... always positive, always progressive in helping develop business, and helping to make this area a great place to live.”


Get involved with the upcoming events that draw people to Pauls Valley. There are plenty of opportunities for everyone.
Wild Hog Hunt, March 20 & 21
>>Register by March 20<< ( MORE)
Chamber Banquet, April 21 -- See above
Pockets of Progress Pauls Valley
Clean-Up Day -- May 2 ( RSVP)
Okie Noodling Festival, June 19 & 20. Vendor applications now accepted ( MORE)
13  - Legislative Committee Meeting, 8:30am
16-20  - Spring Break for local schools
17  - Chamber Meeting & Lunch, Noon  ( RSVP for lunch  ($))
21  - Annual Wild Hog Hunt 
27  - Deadline for Citizen of the Year and Corporate Citizen of the Year nominations
AllState Termite & Pest Control
Apple Ridge Senior
Susanne Blake
Comfort Inn
Days Inn
Burns Densmore
Edwards Canvas, Inc.
First Baptist Church Pauls Valley
Jet Stream Casino
Masonic Lodge #6 of Pauls Valley
Sen. Greg McCortney
Oklahoma Natural Gas
Pauls Valley Democrat
Pauls Valley Round-Up Club
Pauls Valley Tag Office
Physical Therapy Central
Red River Credit
Rotary Club of Pauls Valley
Restored Hearts & Soles
State Farm Insurance -- Charlie Weeks
Subway Restaurant
Town & Country Insurance
The White Feather
Williamsburg Animal Hospital
Yeatts Finance & Furniture
See You at the March Meeting!

The next Chamber Meeting & Lunch is Tuesday, March 17. (Remember to RSVP for $ lunch.) In addition to conducting business contributing to the health of Pauls Valley's business community, we will hear from Chamber member Kelly Reed, who will speak on the Leadership Program at Mid-America Technical Center.

"Leadership Mid-America" is a program designed to seek out area leaders and potential leaders and prepare them for positions of responsibility in their profession as well as in their community.

LMA is a non-profit organization supported by area businesses and organizations.

The goals are to:
  • Acquaint individuals with area agencies’ needs and opportunities
  • Develop and sharpen leadership skills and techniques
  • Promote regional collaboration and cooperation

Since its beginning, the program has graduated more than 300 leaders. Graduates of the program come from and currently work in financial institutions, libraries, healthcare, public service, fundraising, manufacturing, the oil and gas industry and many more.
Post-Session Reca p

Some 18 communities or entities participated in the annual Legislative Breakfast. The attendance count was 75. Thanks again to our sponsors:
The Importance of Resilience

The Potts Family Foundation has joined with the the Chamber of Commerce and the Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs to host a screening of the film Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope.

The event is designed to educate parents and others about adverse childhood experiences. A panel discussion on how to mitigate childhood trauma will follow the screening.

The date is 6 pm Monday, April 6, at Valley Life Church, 113 W. McClure, Pauls Valley.

RSVP is required and details are to come.