Whitefish Chamber Thursday Update: Jan. 28, 2021
In this issue
  • Glacier Supt. Jeff Mow meets with local business owners tomorrow
  • Chamber's new '12@12' series begins next week ... and you're invited!
  • Applicants needed for subsidized Workforce Housing vacancies
A look ahead at Summer 2021
Glacier Park superintendent to host
virtual business meeting Friday at 10

       Glacier National Park Superintendent Jeff Mow will be hosting an online meeting with local business owners and managers tomorrow (Friday) morning at 10 a.m., to share thoughts on the upcoming 2021 Summer season in Glacier and the Flathead.

     To sign-up for the meeting, email teagan_tomlin@nps.gov, include the name of your business in the email, and indicate whether you'd like to attend the meeting via computer or phone.
RSVP now to attend next Wednesday's roundtable
Chamber to launch '12@12' membership meetings next week

     If you've been missin' Gone Fishin' -- and the opportunity to network with other small business owners and the Chamber stff -- we've got great news ... the Chamber's new "12@12" member roundtable series!

     The concept is simple -- bring together a dozen different members each month to share a virtual lunch, talk a bit about their business and the issues they're facing, and get a quick update from the Chamber staff on what's happening in the business community.

     The first 12@12 of the year is set for next Wednesday -- February 3 -- from 12 noon to about 1:15 ... if you'd like to attend, call the Chamber at 862-3501 or email kevin@whitefishchamber.org to reserve your spot.  Attendance is limited to the first 12 businesses to reply ... after that, we'll put you on the list for our March 3 meeting.
Tell your staffers to apply online ...
Workforce housing available at Alpenglow Apartments

     The first building at the new Alpenglow Apartments -- a workforce housing development spearheaded by the Whitefish Housing Authority -- is ready for occupancy, and a limited number of two-bedroom units are available to those who meet income guidelines.

     The apartments will rent for between $751 and $917 a month depending on the tenants' income.  In order to qualify, two person households must have a combined annual income between $29,000 and $35,000 per year; 3-person households must earn between $33,000 and $40,000, and 4-prson households between $37,000 and $44,000 annually.

     For more information or to apply online, visit Rent.Cafe.com or CLICK HERE to download an application.