November 5, 2019
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SANTA ARRIVAL PARADE

November 29th, 6:30pm

Theme
"O' Christmas Tree"
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November 14, 2019

BUSINESS AFTER HOURS

Business After Hours is an opportunity for an informal get-together with other Chamber investors. It's a chance to make new business contacts, meet new and prospective chamber investors, and talk with friends.
Next Event Details.....
Sponsored By:
State Bank
Held At: Jackie Blu's
Time: 5-7pm
Jackpot: $100
November 8, 2019

LEADERSHIP WILLIAMS COUNTY GATHERING

ATTENTION LWC GRADUATES!!!
This Friday, November 8th, 4:30 to 7pm, at Stoney Ridge Winery is the 4th Quarter LWC Alumni Gathering. This is OPEN to ALL LWC Graduates.

Notification has happened through FaceBook, but not every past graduate is on this private page.... So if you know of someone who is a graduate of LWC, be sure to invite them to the "Gathering" this Friday!!!
Pre-Order for your employees or that
"Hard to buy for individual"
Chamber Gift Certificates!

Order ahead and your certificates will be ready for you to pick up. Call the Chamber Office 419-636-2247 or
2020 CHAMBER BOARD OF DIRECTORS ANNOUNCED
The nominations committee of the Bryan Chamber is happy to announce the following names being submitted for the 2020 Slate of Officers.

2020 President
Robert Golding / Daavlin
1st Vice President
Steve Collins / Huntington Bank
2nd Vice President
Jim Kozumplik / Fluid Handling Dynamics
Ex-Officio
Rick Thormeier / Community Hospitals of Wms Co.
Board Members
Daniel Fernihough - New Hope Community Church
Mary Leatherman - Elwood Staffing
Stacy Swary - Andres, O'Neil & Lowe Agency
Ashley Epling - Republic Services
Michelle Gibbs - Ohio Art Company
Dustin Schlachter - A.R.T.
Derek Allen - Current Office Supply
(Treasurer)
Shawn Stark - Starks Plumbing & Heating
Rod Saunders - Bryan Theater
Under the Chamber By-Laws, Article IV, Section 2-C:
Additional names of candidates may be nominated, by contacting the Executive Director of the Chamber. If no such nomination or petitions are received within 10 days of the 1st publication of the above list, this list will become closed and the nominated slate of candidates shall be duly elected .   
Tell 'em You Read it in the Buzz....
First Church of Christ is hosting a FREE Holiday Piano Concert on November 10, at 4:00 PM, 129 N. Walnut, Bryan, OH -- This Free Holiday Piano Concert will feature pianists Dawn Buskirk, Vickie Rhodes & Judy Yahraus. Donations will be accepted to benefit Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Project.

The 2019 Toys for Tots is now under way in Williams County. Coldwell Banker Classic Properties, Farmers and Merchants Bank and Grace Community Church are leading the effort. Cash collection cans and toy collection boxes are located throughout Williams County.  CLICK HERE  for a list of toy drop off locations. You can also go to this site to apply for toys. Organizers noted that all toy and cash donations are used in Williams County and that 100% of all monetary donations collected are used to buy toys. Distribution of toys will be at Grace Community Church on Monday December 16 th . As usual, the Toys for Tots committee will be offering cookies and hot chocolate for a free will offering on Friday November 29 th  during the Santa Arrival Parade.

Bryan High School Theatre is hard at work again this fall to bring a Christmas classic to the stage. Most families in America make it a tradition to watch Ralphie Parker and his hilarious quest for a Red Ryder BB gun every holiday season in the movie, A CHRISTMAS STORY.  This well-loved classic comes to life on stage this November. Audiences will be delighted when they see all their favorite scenes and hear their favorite quotes. Whether it’s “FRAG-EE-LAY” , “Oh Fudge, or “You’ll shoot your eye out”, the cast brings all the iconic moments to life. Performances are: 7 PM on Friday, Nov. 15 and Saturday, Nov. 16. and 2 PM on Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Bryan Arts and Education Auditorium. $5.00 general admission tickets are now on sale at Bryan High School. They will also be available at the door before performances.