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Executive Committee Chairman Bob Tinsley
First Vice Chairman Tom Hoegerman Treasurer Carol Thomas Keefer Secretary Janice Moore Past-Chairman of the Board Bob Tinsley
Welcome to Spring! As you all well know by now we recently lost a Very Good Friend, Humanitarian, Rotarian and Long time member of the Chamber, Mr. Don Allen. R.I.P Sir, we’ll all miss you and your “Epistle” Thanks very much to his Wife Vickie for making his life so happy and pleasant in his last years! This year Your Chamber of Commerce combined the annual Golf Tourney/ Networking event “Link Up” with the Rotary of Apple Valley and had a very well attended fun time networking, golfing, winning prizes, one lucky lady one $1,000.00 Cash. June 15 is the “The Summer Hops Brewfest” it’s really coming together nicely, with 20 Breweries already signed up, again this year at Lions Park on Hwy 18. Beer tasting, food, fun and music by The “PHAT CAT SWINGERS! I hope to see you there.
When one door closes another usually opens, ie, the recent closing of the kitchen at the Apple Valley Golf Course has resulted in The Chamber being able to utilize local caterers to their and our advantage, the results have been very good, very often variety is the Spice of Life. The luncheons are on the 3rd Wednesdays, come out and join us. The Chamber is fast approaching the end of it’s fiscal year and the nominating committee is seeking potential board members. If interested in representing the business community and giving back a bit where you live and make a living please contact the Chamber office, it’s not very time consuming and is fun and gratifying. I hope to see ya all around,
Members of the Board Chris Ackerman Richard Bounce Amber Brendel Arlene Pence Bruinsma Isaac Cisneros Thomas Hallin Dana Hernandez Arsalee Morales Terry Saenz Sabrina Schneider Tessa Schutz Mike Thrapp
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Calendar May 2019 May 8th Executive Committee Meeting Chamber Conference Room, Spirit River Center 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Chairman: Bob Tinsley, BR Tinsley RE & Const. May 10th Ambassador Committee Meeting Chamber Conference Room, Spirit River Center 16010 Apple Valley Road, Apple Valley 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Chairman: Wendy Ramey, Agio Real Estate May 14th Board of Directors Meeting Chamber Conference Room, Spirit River Center 16010 Apple Valley Road, Apple Valley 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Chairman: Bob Tinsley, BR Tinsley RE & Const. May 15th 2018 General Membership Luncheon Apple Valley Golf Course Check-in begins at 11:15 a.m. Luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 5200 Rancherias Rd., Apple Valley, CA 92307
June 2019 June 7th Government Relations Committee Meeting Chamber Conference Room 16010 Apple Valley Road, Apple Valley Noon – 1:00 pm Chairman: Pat Orr, Little Caesars June 12th Executive Committee Meeting Chamber Conference Room 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. Chairman: Bob Tinsley, BR Tinsley RE & Const. June 14th Ambassador Committee Meeting Chamber Conference Room, Spirit River Center 16010 Apple Valley Road, Apple Valley 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. Chairman: Wendy Ramey, Agio Real Estate June 18th Board of Directors Meeting Chamber Conference Room, Spirit River Center 16010 Apple Valley Road, Apple Valley 8:00 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Chairman: Bob Tinsley, BR Tinsley RE & Const. June 19th 2018 General Membership Luncheon Apple Valley Golf Course Check-in begins at 11:15 a.m. Luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 5200 Rancherias Rd., Apple Valley, CA 92307
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Apple Valley Golf Course 15200 Rancherias Rd. Apple Valley, CA 92307 Check-in begins at 11:15 a.m. Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m.
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Ambassador Chair Wendy Ramey, Agio Real Estate, Inc.
Ambassadors Linda Martin, Linda’s Tailor Shop Jacqueline Eldredge, Massey Insurance Services Tiffani Calvert, Oggi’s Pizza & Brewery Brittany Depezynski, High Desert Shuttle Secily Valdovinos, High Desert Shuttle Anita Holmes, California Writers Club John Wales, John-Wales Farmer Insurance Alba M. Murcia, Bounce Realty Richard Bounce, Bounce Realty Jackie Bounce, Bounce Realty Randi Hunt, Inland Empire United Way Irene Gaulke, Daily Press/High Desert Media Group Barbara Smith, Mohahve Historical Society Joan Phelps, Hi Desert Center for Spiritual Living
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SWING INTO THE SUMMER WITH CRAFT BREW, WINE, FOOD AND A PHAT CAT The 2019 Summer Hops Brewfest returns to Lions Park in Apple Valley on June 15th with double the breweries, double the shade and double fun. The event will run from 12pm (11am for VIP ticket holders with doors opening at 1030 am) to 4 pm. SHBF is once again partnering with Off the Grid Brewing Company of Apple Valley and will feature a wide variety of local and regional micro breweries, such as Stone Brewery, Stone Church Brewery, Fire Stone Walker, Belching Beaver and so many more! There will also be several wine and food vendors to accompany the sensational live music from non other than PHAT CAT SWINGER! Also, for a first this year KTLA will be joining the fun and be in attendance to support the event of the Summer in the High Desert. This year we will have a corn hole competition to win the exclusive Ultimate Corn Hole Champion Growler that can be filled at Off the Grid Brewery. This competition will pit beer connoisseur against breweries to declare the winner. There will also be a variety of other games such as Giant Jenga, Giant Battleship and other surprises from our vendors. VIP Packages are $60 and include: onehour early entry to the festival, a special VIP Signature Glass, designated shade and goodie bag. VIP packages are limited to 100 passes only. Event Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 at the gate on the day of the event. A $5.00 discount will be offered to all active duty military. Designated Drivers are $10, but your entry fee will be paid for by Valley Hi Honda with the accompaniment of a paid admission recipient. Tickets will be available on through Eventbrite.
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760.247.7474 13609 Hitt Road, Apple Valley, CA Serving the High Desert since 1964 The Summer Hops Brewfest is the only event of its kind in the High Desert. Sabrina Schneider, SHBF Committee Chair & Marketing Director of Off the Grid Brewing Company says, “Off the Grid Brewery is excited to once again partner with the Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce to continue to grow the High Desert’s only Brewfest and ensure it’s the place to be to kick off the Summer. The returning and new Southern California micro breweries are unlike anything we’ve had before and all vendors attending are thrilled to be a part of this unique and fun afternoon in the park.” Please visit facebook.com/summerhopsbrew for more information or download the Summer Hops Brew App for iTunes and Android. Please contact the Apple Valley Chamber of Commerce for available sponsorship opportunities at (760) 242-2753 or email@example.com
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Christopher Porter, Representing Congressman Paul Cook, takes the prize!
Congratulations to Bobbie Willis & Jake Jesser of Hub International Insurance Services
Cindy Toms, announces Desert Community Bank’s 30 year birthday celebration!
Photos By Chris Ackerman & Joy Adkins
“There is always an annual Steak Fry at the Apple Valley Legacy Museum” says curator Marcy Taylor.
CEO/President Janice Moore welcomes our Membership!
Chairman Bob Tinsley pushes our Tee Signs for the inaugural Apple Valley Rotary and Apple Valley chamber LinkUP Golf Tournament.
Kirk Riding, Capstone Consulting Group, keynotes our luncheon with How to Retire in Style!
Arsalee Morales, Apple Valley Communications, kicks off the June 15, 2019 Summer Hops Brewfest with the Phat Cat Swingers!
It is always a pleasure to hear from Irene Gaulke, High Desert Media Group.
Chairman of the Board Bob Tinsley, welcomes new member, Rachel Cardenas of Valentina’s Super Cleaners. Apple Valley Mayor Larry Cusack can fill the house with Town information!
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Mohahve Historical Society
Mohahve Historical Society (MHS) is a non-profit organization formed in 1964 whose members research, record, teach and publish the history of the people of the Mojave Desert. The spelling ‘Mohahve’ comes from the journal of the explorer John C. Fremont who explored this region during 1843-1844. Monthly meetings feature experts on local history, early settlers and indigenous people. MHS goals are to preserve historical locations, relics, artifacts and documents of the entire Mojave region and to educate residents about these historic places and events. The artifacts are collected from local longtime desert residents and not taken from public lands. MHS has placed historical markers at significant locations such as Lane’s Crossing, Hesperia Lakes, Holcomb Valley Trail, and Camp Cajon in the Cajon Pass. Meetings are held on the fourth Thursday (except third Thursday in November and dark in July and August) at Redeemer Church, 22434 Nisqually Road, Apple Valley. Public is invited.
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