The Wilsonville Area Chamber of Commerce invites you to join us for the 6th Annual Chamber Charity Golf Tournament, presented by Tualatin Auto Body.
Langdon Farms Golf Club, one of the premier golf courses in the Willamette Valley, will play host to our 2022 Workforce Scholarship Tournament. We are proud to feature our Gold Workforce Scholarship Sponsors, Republic Services, Eaton and DWFritz, and the Silver Workforce Scholarship Sponsors, Wilsonville Subaru, Pacific West Bank and Dick’s Auto Group. Their support helps to raise the funds for the WACC Trade & Workforce Scholarship Program that addresses current and future workforce shortages in the community.
Schedule: (May Be Modified)
6:45 AM • Registration
7:00 AM • Grab n’ Go Breakfast (Sponsored by Qdoba) • Driving Range & Putting Green Open
7:45 AM • Modified Shotgun Start • Fun “test your skills” contests will be held between the end of the tournament and lunch.… Read the rest
Besides being part of an exclusive networking event and a premiere round of golf, this event is filled with great opportunities to promote your business. This is a tournament you won’t want to miss!
This year’s tournament will be held on July 28, 2021, at Langdon Farms Golf Club, one of Oregon’s premier award-winning golf courses. We are expecting over 100 business professionals for this fun day on the course that includes networking, golf, food, and drink.
Guest Blog Contributed by Chamber Member Oregon Eye Specialists and the American Academy of Ophthalmology
Every year, about 10,000 people are rushed to the emergency department for fireworks injuries. Ophthalmologists – physicians who specialize in medical and surgical eye care – treat thousands of patients who suffer a range of fireworks-related
injuries, from cuts and bruises to damaged corneas, retinas, and ruptured eyeballs. Many people believe that consumer fireworks are safe. But here’s the explosive truth: Most injuries are caused by legal fireworks parents buy for their children, such as sparklers,
firecrackers, bottle rockets, and Roman candles. To help reduce the number of potentially blinding fireworks accidents this holiday, Oregon Eye Specialists and the American Academy of Ophthalmology are sharing these tips:
•Wear protective eyewear when igniting fireworks: Ophthalmologists recommend that every household have at least one pair of ANSI-approved protective eyewear.… Read the rest
Guest Blog Contributed by Chamber Member: Daniel Lacy, Executive Director Bob’s Auto Cafe
Hard to believe but self-driving cars are right around the corner. Meanwhile, siblings, parents, and grandparents will continue to chauffeur kids in their vehicles. All the while, guess who is watching you drive?
A couple of weeks ago I was behind a vehicle turning right from a four-way stop… but they never stopped, rolled through the intersection at over 5mph. They then proceeded to make an unsafe lane change and go way below the speed limit.
Their head was bobbing around distracted by something else. Next turn was into a Kinder Care where they were about to drop off a child. And guess who was watching and learning from the backseat?… Read the rest
Guest Blog Contributed by Chamber Member: Safe & Hound Doggy Daycare
Summer is right around the corner and all of us here at Safe & Hound are excited for the warm weather ahead! Summer is a great time for outdoor adventures or get together with your friends and family members. Being able to take your canine companion with you on your summer adventures is always a blast! Here are some tips to keep things safe for your four-legged family members so the adventures are safe and memorable!
Plenty of Water
Dogs need access to fresh water throughout the day. Having unlimited access to water is especially important on hot days. Just like humans, dogs can get dehydrated too. Always take water with you on your outdoor adventures, whether you’re on a hike or hanging out in the backyard.… Read the rest