Carroll County Chamber of Commerce

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HISTORY AND FUTURE
The Chambers integral role to protect and preserve our free enterprise system has not changed since it was established in 1976. We are largely a volunteer business organization, marshaling the energies and efforts of our membership toward the accomplishments of common goals.

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Address PO Box 277 61 North Lisbon Street Carrollton Ohio 44615
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Find local businesses, trade shows, conferences, speaking events, professional networks, roundtables, and leadership seminars.
Carroll County Chamber Of Commerce
61 N Lisbon St
Carrollton, OH 44615
Phone: (330) 627-4811


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... HISTORY AND FUTURE The Chambers integral role to protect and preserve our free enterprise system has not changed since it was established in 1976. We are largely a volunteer business organization, marshaling the energies and efforts of our ...

... Membership.Services.Demographics.County Government.Map/Directions.Quality of Life.Products.School.Scenic.Real Estate.Accommodations.Upcoming Events.Press Releases.Workers Compensation.Click here to E-mail us.Websites by Jennifer. ...

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By Phone 330-627-4811 Toll Free 1-800-956-4684 Fax 330-627-3647

Carrollton Business and Retail Merchants Association Meeting.January 6, 2011 at 8 am.Held at Virginia Restaurant.If you need support from the Chamber we can be contacted in any way convenient to you.By Mail,.Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.PO Box 277.61 North Lisbon Street.Carrollton, Ohio 44615.By Phone 330-627-4811.Toll Free 1-800-956-4684.Fax 330-627-3647.Click here to E-mail us.Executive Director;.Wayne Chunat.Executive Secretary;.Pam Grim.Chamber Officers.Board of Directors.Jeff Ohler, President. DEMOCRATIC VOICE:.The united voice of Chamber members provides an effective call for action when a single voice has often gone unheard.PRESTIGE:.The enhanced status of Chamber membership instantly conveys to your customers and potential customers that you believe in the surrounding community, and work to support and enhance the economic benefits for all.FUNDING:.The Chamber is financed primarily by its members through annual dues, which are based on the number of employees. Every member can contribute a mutually beneficial attitude, helping to overcome todays challenges with a vision toward future enterprise and economic wealth. WHEN SHOULD YOU JOIN?. Now. The sooner you invest in your business future, the sooner you can see immediate results and continued returns. If you're committed to ensuring your business's success, contact your Chamber office today.Dont Wait. Contact the Chamber 330-627-4811.Board Meeting.December 16, 2010 at Noon.Held at Chamber Office.Chamber Meeting.December 9, 2010.Held at Bluebird.Call Pam to make your Reservations Today!.Agricultural Committee Meeting.January 5, 2011 at 8 am.Held at Virginia Restaurant.

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Demographics. Membership. Services.

The Algonquin Mill historical village is south of Carrollton in Petersburg Landing. It was originally built in 1818 as a water powered mill, which operated commercially until 1938, but is now steam powered along with the sawmill. The Algonquin Mill, operated by the Carroll County Historical Society, also features an arboretum, one room schoolhouse, railroad station, and several restored cabins. The Mill comes to life during the Fall Festival, the second full weekend of October. All historical buildings are open and operating with homemade foods and over seventy different select craftsmen for visitors to enjoy. Carroll County Chamber of Commerce.Membership.Services.Demographics.County Government.Map/Directions.Quality of Life.Products.School.Scenic.Real Estate.Accommodations.Upcoming Events.Press Releases.Workers Compensation.HISTORY AND FUTURE. The Chambers integral role to protect and preserve our free enterprise system has not changed since it was established in 1976. We are largely a volunteer business organization, marshaling the energies and efforts of our membership toward the accomplishments of common goals. The Carroll County courthouse, constructed from Berea sandstone in 1885, replaces a brick structure built in 1835. The bell in the tower is from the original brick courthouse. Today, after adding a modern addition for the sheriffs department, the courthouse remains fully functional with its 19th century charm and craftsmanship intact. A visit to the historic McCook House at the top of Carrollton Public Square takes you back in time to 1837 when it was constructed as a home and store for the Daniel McCook family. The federal style home is now a museum operated by the Ohio Historical Society and is open to the public. Daniel, his eight sons, his two brothers, John and George and their six sons were called The Fighting McCooks, and fought for the North during the Civil War.

Debbie Haugh, Bruce Burgett, Chris Jones, Janet Smith,

Economic Development;

Board Meeting

The Carroll County courthouse, constructed from Berea sandstone in 1885, replaces a brick structure built in 1835. The bell in the tower is from the original brick courthouse. Today, after adding a modern addition for the sheriffs department, the courthouse remains fully functional with its 19th century charm and craftsmanship intact. A visit to the historic McCook House at the top of Carrollton Public Square takes you back in time to 1837 when it was constructed as a home and store for the Daniel McCook family. The federal style home is now a museum operated by the Ohio Historical Society and is open to the public. Daniel, his eight sons, his two brothers, John and George and their six sons were called The Fighting McCooks, and fought for the North during the Civil War.The Algonquin Mill historical village is south of Carrollton in Petersburg Landing. It was originally built in 1818 as a water powered mill, which operated commercially until 1938, but is now steam powered along with the sawmill. The Algonquin Mill, operated by the Carroll County Historical Society, also features an arboretum, one room schoolhouse, railroad station, and several restored cabins. The Mill comes to life during the Fall Festival, the second full weekend of October. All historical buildings are open and operating with homemade foods and over seventy different select craftsmen for visitors to enjoy.

Upcoming Events. Real Estate. Accommodations.

HISTORY AND FUTURE The Chambers integral role to protect and preserve our free enterprise system has not changed since it was established in 1976. We are largely a volunteer business organization, marshaling the energies and efforts of our membership toward the accomplishments of common goals.The Carroll County courthouse, constructed from Berea sandstone in 1885, replaces a brick structure built in 1835. The bell in the tower is from the original brick courthouse. Today, after adding a modern addition for the sheriffs department, the courthouse remains fully functional with its 19th century charm and craftsmanship intact. A visit to the historic McCook House at the top of Carrollton Public Square takes you back in time to 1837 when it was constructed as a home and store for the Daniel McCook family. The federal style home is now a museum operated by the Ohio Historical Society and is open to the public. Daniel, his eight sons, his two brothers, John and George and their six sons were called The Fighting McCooks, and fought for the North during the Civil War.The Algonquin Mill historical village is south of Carrollton in Petersburg Landing. It was originally built in 1818 as a water powered mill, which operated commercially until 1938, but is now steam powered along with the sawmill. The Algonquin Mill, operated by the Carroll County Historical Society, also features an arboretum, one room schoolhouse, railroad station, and several restored cabins. The Mill comes to life during the Fall Festival, the second full weekend of October. All historical buildings are open and operating with homemade foods and over seventy different select craftsmen for visitors to enjoy.

Carrollton Business and Retail Merchants Association Meeting

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Legislative;

Rosemary Brace, Linda Shotwell,Dusty Findling,Melanie Campbell, Marilyn King

Quality of Life. County Government. Map/Directions.

McCook House. Websites by Jennifer. CourtHouse.

Bill Wohlwend, Vice-President.Cyndy Wells, Treasurer.Michele Catlett, Secretary.Rosemary Brace,.Linda Shotwell,.Dusty Findling,.Melanie Campbell,.Marilyn King.Debbie Haugh,.Bruce Burgett,.Chris Jones,.Janet Smith,.2010 Committee Chairmen.Membership;.Cyndy Wells & Janet Smith.Economic Development;.Wayne Chunat.Agriculture;.Bruce Burgett.Fair Booth;.Transportation;.Dusty Findling & Lester Dodds.Legislative;.Bill Wohlwend & Rich Jones.Copyright Carroll County Chamber of Commerce 2010 .Websites by Jennifer.

Agriculture;

Executive Director;

Board MeetingDecember 16, 2010 at NoonHeld at Chamber OfficeChamber MeetingDecember 9, 2010 NoonHeld at Bluebird Call Pam to make your Reservations Today!Agricultural Committee MeetingJanuary 5, 2011 at 8 amHeld at Virginia RestaurantCarrollton Business and Retail Merchants Association MeetingJanuary 6, 2011 at 8 amHeld at Virginia Restaurant

We represent and promote the area's self-image in economy, and encourage industry investments to broaden our county tax base, and provide employment and opportunities for our residents. Chambers of late are increasingly involved in non-commercial ventures as well: that is, education, environment, government, and cultural and social concerns. They have become a viable force in seeking solution to today's social and socioeconomic problems and influence national, state, and local legislation, which effect businesses. Bluebird Farm on Alamo Rd features a restaurant, gift shop, and a Toy Museum, all constructed from pre-Civil War homes and barns. Home cooked meals, old-fashioned tea parties, rustic and elegant gifts, and toys from every childhood are all to be found in a beautiful wooded setting. During the summer, the grounds come alive with music when the Bluebird Amphitheater presents local and regional artists performing folk, bluegrass and pop music under the stars. Bluebird Farm also has one of Ohio's newest covered bridges and the only one in Carroll County. WHAT DOES THE CHAMBER DO?. The Chamber gathers statistics, prints brochures, visits new businesses, answers inquiries and advertises what a great place Carroll County is to work, live, and enjoy life. To accomplish this goal the chamber acts as a catalyst for business professionals to work together for the common good of the community. A better community means better business conditions for everyone. The chamber does whatever is necessary to keep the area's economic development at a high level where businesses find it profitable to operate.

HISTORY AND FUTURE The Chambers integral role to protect and preserve our free enterprise system has not changed since it was established in 1976. We are largely a volunteer business organization, marshaling the energies and efforts of our membership toward the accomplishments of common goals.The Carroll County courthouse, constructed from Berea sandstone in 1885, replaces a brick structure built in 1835. The bell in the tower is from the original brick courthouse. Today, after adding a modern addition for the sheriffs department, the courthouse remains fully functional with its 19th century charm and craftsmanship intact. A visit to the historic McCook House at the top of Carrollton Public Square takes you back in time to 1837 when it was constructed as a home and store for the Daniel McCook family. The federal style home is now a museum operated by the Ohio Historical Society and is open to the public. Daniel, his eight sons, his two brothers, John and George and their six sons were called The Fighting McCooks, and fought for the North during the Civil War.The Algonquin Mill historical village is south of Carrollton in Petersburg Landing. It was originally built in 1818 as a water powered mill, which operated commercially until 1938, but is now steam powered along with the sawmill. The Algonquin Mill, operated by the Carroll County Historical Society, also features an arboretum, one room schoolhouse, railroad station, and several restored cabins. The Mill comes to life during the Fall Festival, the second full weekend of October. All historical buildings are open and operating with homemade foods and over seventy different select craftsmen for visitors to enjoy.

Fair Booth; Transportation; Dusty Findling & Lester Dodds Legislative; Bill Wohlwend & Rich Jones

2010 Chamber Officers and Board of Directors

If you need support from the Chamber we can be contacted in any way convenient to you.

Transportation;

WHAT DOES THE CHAMBER DO? The Chamber gathers statistics, prints brochures, visits new businesses, answers inquiries and advertises what a great place Carroll County is to work, live, and enjoy life. To accomplish this goal the chamber acts as a catalyst for business professionals to work together for the common good of the community. A better community means better business conditions for everyone. The chamber does whatever is necessary to keep the area's economic development at a high level where businesses find it profitable to operate. We represent and promote the area's self-image in economy, and encourage industry investments to broaden our county tax base, and provide employment and opportunities for our residents. Chambers of late are increasingly involved in non-commercial ventures as well: that is, education, environment, government, and cultural and social concerns. They have become a viable force in seeking solution to today's social and socioeconomic problems and influence national, state, and local legislation, which effect businesses. Only by succeeding in these fundamental goals can we provide the jobs that produce the means to enjoy the standards of government, education, culture, and charitable institutions we aspire to. WHO IS THE CHAMBER? You are. Chamber members are area business professionals who provide the ideas, incentive, ambition, goals, funds, and voluntary services required to keep the Chamber committed to its standards of excellence. POLICIES AND PROGRAMS The Board of Directors are elected by the membership and determines the policies and programs. They, in turn, employ a paid director, whose responsibility is to organize and execute those policies and programs.

GOALS, VISION, AND LEADERSHIP Our Chamber is an organization of leading business professionals in the Carroll County area whose vision lays the groundwork for our common economic goals: t TRAFFIC PATTERN ACCESS:We've initiated the Route 30 Committee-whose job is to track state and federal funding, and to get this vital trade route (which connects Canton industry with Carroll County's) accessed through the northern part of Carroll County. t AN INFORMATION CENTER: Inquiries about our local activities, schools, businesses, and economic possibilities are answered daily through our office. t VALUABLE INFORMATION: We write and circulate a monthly newsletter to all our members on various business topics, along with legislative updates that may affect area businesses. t MONTHLY MEETINGS: Opportunities for one on one communication and forming business networks are only one benefit of the monthly meetings. Each month guest speakers with various areas of expertise strengthen your business knowledge. t STRENGTH: The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce collectively accomplishes what no one can do individually. t DEMOCRATIC VOICE: The united voice of Chamber members provides an effective call for action when a single voice has often gone unheard. t PRESTIGE: The enhanced status of Chamber membership instantly conveys to your customers and potential customers that you believe in the surrounding community, and work to support and enhance the economic benefits for all. t FUNDING: The Chamber is financed primarily by its members through annual dues, which are based on the number of employees. Every member can contribute a mutually beneficial attitude, helping to overcome todays challenges with a vision toward future enterprise and economic wealth. WHEN SHOULD YOU JOIN? Now. The sooner you invest in your business future, the sooner you can see immediate results and continued returns. If you're committed to ensuring your business's success, contact your Chamber office today. Dont Wait. Contact the Chamber 330-627-4811

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Agricultural Committee Meeting

Membership;

By Mail, Carroll County Chamber of Commerce PO Box 27761 North Lisbon Street Carrollton, Ohio 44615

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VALUABLE INFORMATION:.We write and circulate a monthly newsletter to all our members on various business topics, along with legislative updates that may affect area businesses.MONTHLY MEETINGS:.Opportunities for one on one communication and forming business networks are only one benefit of the monthly meetings. Each month guest speakers with various areas of expertise strengthen your business knowledge.STRENGTH:.The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce collectively accomplishes what no one can do individually. Only by succeeding in these fundamental goals can we provide the jobs that produce the means to enjoy the standards of government, education, culture, and charitable institutions we aspire to.WHO IS THE CHAMBER?. You are. Chamber members are area business professionals who provide the ideas, incentive, ambition, goals, funds, and voluntary services required to keep the Chamber committed to its standards of excellence.POLICIES AND PROGRAMS. The Board of Directors are elected by the membership and determines the policies and programs. They, in turn, employ a paid director, whose responsibility is to organize and execute those policies and programs. GOALS, VISION, AND LEADERSHIP. Our Chamber is an organization of leading business professionals in the Carroll County area whose vision lays the groundwork for our common economic goals:.TRAFFIC PATTERN ACCESS:.We've initiated the Route 30 Committee-whose job is to track state and federal funding, and to get this vital trade route (which connects Canton industry with Carroll County's) accessed through the northern part of Carroll County.AN INFORMATION CENTER:.Inquiries about our local activities, schools, businesses, and economic possibilities are answered daily through our office.



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