Chamber of Commerce makes building improvements

The Dickinson Area Chamber of Commerce celebrated Chamber of Commerce Day on Oct. 16 by hosting its own ribbon-cutting ceremony to show off recent building improvements. “With the help of the state of Michigan, we were able to completely replace our U.S. 2 front entrance and doors, which was a large project many years in the making,” said Suzanne Larson, chamber executive director. “I’d like to thank the many people who came to the Open House to help us enjoy the improvements and celebrate the day.” From left are chamber ambassadors Teresa Schettler, Karen Blackhall and Denise Lind; Jordan Stanchina, Iron Mountain city manager; ambassadors Trisha Peterson and Ray King; Nina Garcia-Locke and Tasha Weber of building tenant Michigan Rehabilitation Services; Kevin Hanson, chamber board of directors; Larson; Jean O’Dette, chamber board; Tony Edlebeck, Kingsford city manager; Ray Anderson, Norway city manager; ambassadors and chamber board members Matt Lutz and Donna Rahoi; Jill Mondloch, chamber office manager; Leah Tramontine, welcome center building tenant; Amber Pipp, Iron Mountain Downtown Development Authority; ambassadors Elissa Howe and Robert Whitens; Kristine Schroeder, chamber executive assistant; Rebecca Strini, Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center; Earl Annear, chamber custodian; and Megan Barglind, VA Medical Center.


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