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Business as Usual, Despite Sparsely Attended Chamber Meeting
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The Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce meeting of April 17, 2019 was sparsely attended, having just enough officers and board members to complete a quorum. Vice-President Mike Bowler good-naturedly filled in, both officiating the meeting and taking notes.

The treasurer's report was given by Carlie Leach and approved by all present. Leach asked about having the Chamber telephone forwarded to her number so she can help callers. A motion was made and voted in to have her contact Rye Telephone Company about having it forwarded. A discussion was also held about methods of processing credit card payments. Leach and past treasurer, Kourtny Quillen, expressed dissatisfaction with the Square currently being used as it does not give a report with a name associated with the payment, and the amount of the payment differs from what is originally processed after the Square Company takes its cut. This is confusing and makes it hard to match up payments and payees. Quillen will look into payments being processed through the Bank of San Juans' system.

A brief discussion of the Business Expo that was held on April 6 determined that most of the Chamber members were satisfied with it, although they felt it was not very well attended. Several ideas to increase traffic for next year were suggested and discussed. Other community events that Chamber members are interested in doing were also discussed, including possibly reviving Greenhorn Valley Days. These events were scheduled to be put on next month's agenda for discussion.

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