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The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe at the Carnegie Museum displays cultural and historical artifacts related to the history of the Tribe and other tribes on the Olympic Peninsula.
Learn about what‘s expected in the upcoming legislative session on the League‘s key issues from our lobbyist, legislators, and Advocacy Team. On the agenda:
Legislative forecast from LWVWA‘s contract lobbyist
Panel discussion with elected state legislators
Attend breakout groups focused on the League‘s key issues such as redistricting,
local news and news media literacy, health care, climate change & energy and housing & homelessness and more.
Registration fee $15. To register go to https://secure.everyaction.com/L5JMVbrd5ECwLPzp5ajEIA2
Peninsula College, PUB Building
Monthly meeting for DEI Committee on first Thursdays of the month at 5PM. Location is PUB Building on Peninsula College campus (location may change in future to alternate with someplace in Sequim).
The Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to announce a special luncheon presentation with Bruce Williams, CEO of the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce. Join us to learn how the Victoria Chamber reinvented itself post-pandemic to become a more proactive force in creating growth and opportunity for local businesses by better reflecting the diversity of its membership and creating a more inclusive environment that welcomes all segments of the business community. Bruce will also talk about the many challenges facing economic development in Victoria and the solutions they‘re developing to meet them, many of which are reflected in our own back yard.
The program will also explore future collaboration between our two chambers and the potential it creates for cross-border economic development and enhanced marketing to boost tourism and businesses on both sides of the Straits. Mark your calendars for this special luncheon presentation as we honor our Northern neighbors and celebrate the strength and boundless possibilities of an international partnership.
The Victoria Chamber recently earned a prestigious Inclusive Growth Award from the Canadian Chamber of Commerce for outstanding efforts to advance economic reconciliation and foster diversity, equity, inclusion and accessibility in the Canadian business landscape. Chamber CEO Bruce Williams was also honored by his peers as the nation‘s top chamber executive by the Chamber of Commerce Executives of Canada.
To register go to https://business.portangeles.org/events/details/december-chamber-luncheon-14778
Advance Member Purchase* $18
Member Door Purchase $22 (the LVWCLA is a member)
This is a drop-in pot luck event for members and their partners. Please bring a brunch item to share. Street Parking is available. Please park on the road completely. The ditch has a severe angle. If you have mobility issues, please park close to the house. Carpooling is recommended.
Also, please register for the event.