Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce seeks applicants for seats on board of directors

The Auburn Area Chamber of Commerce is taking applications for openings on its board of directors.

For those interested in running for a seat on the 2017-2020 board, please submit an application before Friday, May 19 at 3 p.m.

Download the application with a photo and short bio. Send them to: julia@auburnareawa.org, attention: Nomination Committee.

Board nominees must know:

1. Three meeting misses for the entire year allowed.

2. Board members are expected to financially support the chamber for fundraisers and promotions.

3. Must attend chamber functions and support the chamber mission, vision and the staff.

4. Attend the mandatory strategic planning retreat (all day); date and place to be announced.

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