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Chamber Selects New Directors, Officers

The Wolf Point Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture is featuring a bit of a new look. Three individuals were appointed as new directors during a meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13.

Selected as new directors, on a vote by current directors, were Easton Copenhaver, Keith Higgins and David Perkins.

The election of new officers was also conducted. Jerald Petersen noted that he wished to step down as president.

Scott Keen was selected as the new president. Nicole Miller will serve as vice president. Arlyss Long will remain as secretary/treasurer.

It was announced that Penny Presser will serve as the organization’s interim executive secretary.

The chamber’s tournament committee received a check of $10,075 from Wolf Point School as part of concession sales from last year’s Eastern C divisional basketball tournament.

Great Northern Development Corp. sent a request for a donation for the organization’s Minnow Tank Business Plan Competition. The Minnow Tank Competition aims to unite communities with a common goal of economic development by attracting new entrepreneurs and supporting existing businesses. The chamber didn’t take action on the request.

Chamber directors discussed fee of the use of the arena for a circus. It was decided to charge $2,000 and have the circus add the chamber to its insurance policy for the event.

It was mentioned how keeping track of hours can benefit the chamber through the Volunteers in Action program.

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