The Chamber - Who We Are & What We Do
The Chase & District Chamber of Commerce is dedicated to Community, Business and Tourism. With the support of our invaluable volunteers and membership, the Chamber has been successful in supporting and organizing a multitude of events and programs ...
Visitor Information Centre
Serving Chase and the North & South Shuswap as the 'Western Gateway' to the Shuswap. The Information Centre houses a wealth of information and is an invaluable resource for local and regional maps and brochures. An ideal location to 'rack' your business brochure for high visibility reaching over 7,000 visitors annually!
"stop by for works by local artisans, photographers, writers, aboriginal artisans and visit George, our Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep!"
Our community is blessed by the Dedication Tree Program as it continues to enhance, beautify and greet family & friends, new and old as they enter and explore the Village of Chase. Trees planted along Shuswap Avenue boulevard, serve both as a village enhancement and perhaps more importantly these trees have been marked as a dedication to someone dear or for recognition of local organizations.
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Adams Lake Indian Band, Little Shuswap Indian Band, Neskonlith Indian Band,
Chamber Website Project
We are GROWING! a work in process ... our new website is a vehicle for small and medium businesses, not only in Chase & District but expanded to support the North and South Shuswap region ~ we are all connected!
Now is the time for creative, proactive methods and tools for businesses to realize operational sustainability and to foster economic growth and diversity. This site will enhance our community's ability to:
Contact the Chamber today to see how your business will benefit!
"a project made possible with the support of
Community Futures Thompson Country"
2013 Chamber Board of Directors
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Chase & District Chamber of Commerce
Citizen of the Year 2012 to
Billie has earned this honor by volunteering her time to every non-profit organization in Chase for the past 30 years. She is treasurer for both Creekside Seniors and the Chase & District Museum. She is a life member of Creekside, the RCL #107 and the RCL Ladies Auxiliary, where she dedicated 25 years as a treasurer, cooked, cleaned and served TGIF dinners, was entertainment and decorating go-to person, made sandwiches for Giant Crib, and so the list goes on.
Billie is a quiet, unassuming person with a heart of gold. She is ready to help anyone with everything.
The Chase Museum is now the main focus of her attention. The fire devastated all of the community and Billie has worked tirelessly, side by side with others, helping to restore the archives and artifacts, helping to get everything out of the damaged building and of course, fundraising, lots of fundraising.