Chamber News

Youth Leadership Edmond Class XVIII Graduates 41

Youth Leadership Edmond Class XVIII Graduates 41

05/21/2019

The Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce’s Youth Leadership Edmond (YLE) Class XVIII graduated 41 Edmond high school juniors on Monday, April 29 at the University of Central Oklahoma (UCO). Youth Leadership Edmond, under the direction of Amanda Bowen, works to motivate and equip high school juniors with leadership skills through activities and interaction with Edmond community leaders. The program is presented by Francis Tuttle Technology Center. Graduation was presented by UCO.

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Leadership Edmond Class XXXIV Graduates 32

Leadership Edmond Class XXXIV Graduates 32

05/01/2019

Leadership Edmond Class XXXIV graduated 32 local business people on April 25, 2019 at the Hilton Garden Inn and Edmond Conference Center. Leadership Edmond is a nine-session program, coordinated by the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce, to identify, educate and develop a select group of Edmond citizens for positions of community leadership.

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Meet Edmond's City Council Candidates

Meet Edmond's City Council Candidates

02/05/2019

Edmond residents will head to the polls on February 12 to vote in the primary election. Of the city council’s five seats, three are up for election, including the mayor. Learn more about each candidate.

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2019 Annual Awards Banquet

2019 Annual Awards Banquet

01/29/2019

The Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated the growth and accomplishments of Edmond businesses and citizens at the 2019 Annual Awards Banquet on Friday, January 25 at the Edmond Conference Center.

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Edmond Chamber Endorses Passage of School Bond Issue

Edmond Chamber Endorses Passage of School Bond Issue

01/24/2019

The Board of Directors of the Edmond Area Chamber of Commerce has unanimously endorsed the passage of the Edmond Public Schools bond issue. The $93 million bond issue is scheduled for February 12 and aims to increase school security, improve school buildings and fund the construction of additional classrooms and schools, specifically two new elementary schools.

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